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Hey guys, I've been mostly inactive here for quite a while but I really feel this so important that I'm trying to get it out everywhere. The Morrison gov. has drafted a new bill that will greatly restrict the use of cash and they're trying to sneak it through parliament without anyone noticing. The ban is pencilled in at a 10k limit but the draft is an open ended thing that can be changed at the drop of a hat after it gets passed by bureaucrats without going through the scrutiny of either the senate or the upper house. So this will almost certainly lead to the cashless society recommended by the IMF paper that has put this legislation into motion. If the bill gets passed we will be well on our way to a totalitarian fascist system of government.

 

There's still time to submit an objection to this legislation and this vid details the process to do so. I know most people here won't take the steps to make an objection but if this bill gets through and they do eliminate cash what would you give  for that chance to come back to this day and try at least try to stand up for your constitutional rights?

 

 

 

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Control.... 

 

Cnuts..... 

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Black economy... fuckn just legalise drugs and your black economy isn't so black anymore, ya fukns. Shades of green though :wink:

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The real black economy is the movement of money to offshore tax havens. Panama papers, anyone? 

 

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I'm thinking of Angus Taylor and Barnaby Joyce's water buy back scam when you mention offshore tax havens @Glaukus. Taylor registered a company in the Cayman islands and bled millions of taxpayers dollars out with that little gem. Farmers are begging for water and those bastards are cashing in on their misery. It's scary to think he's being shepherded in to be a future PM.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElZXI_C5mHI

That's trivial compared to some the rackets going on too.

 

Some countries in the EU already have cash limits around 1500 euros and that's one of driving factors behind the yellow vests in France. It's all being driven by the EU and the IMF, it's basically the fruition of the plans of the world banksters to implement socialism on an international level.

 

We were shown this vid by union leaders in the 90's it explains the whole plan of an international socialist system they were well on their way to implementing back then. Most of us didn't believe it at the time but it's here now. The vid is a bit slow going so watch it 2x or 1.5x if you've the time to waste.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_NCyGEwNV8&t=3969s

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On 09/08/2019 at 10:54 PM, Sallubrious said:

an international socialist system

^ that's my ideal system ☭ :P

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^ stoopid

 

there has been significant pushback to the cash transaction ban despite the sleazy way in which it was tabled. 

 

this short and sober video raises all the main points and is a good primer.

 

hey @Sallubrious return of the angry old men B)

 

 

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it isn't too late to apply pressure either, you can still phone or write lawmakers if that's your thing.

 

an interesting development recently was the RBA announcing that they were investigating some of the more radical monetary/fiscal measures used in other advanced economies.  what this could mean, um, NIRP or QE or both.  it could also mean further attacks on cash.  cash impedes NIRPs effectiveness.

 

we have the trade war going on, which i've begun to realise truly is necessary to curb china's unfair behaviour and sinister aspirations (world hegemony by 2049), and australia seems to be on board....  china is losing too, and an election upset in usa probably won't end the trade war anymore.  it's a lot of stress though in such shaky times.

 

it may have seemed like i was crying wolf in the past, but nay.  australia is routinely identified as one of the most fragile and indebted countries globally.  we continue to benefit from chinese capital outflow (well in terms of GDP, i don't know if perennial renters can say the same, or anyone that blew too much on a crumbling sydney unit or any dwelling of shrinking value), and china is really a focus of mine at the moment.  it's a case of who will collapse first, but it will be a domino effect regardless.

 

we already have bail-in legislation (and it's worth connecting the dots here; being shoe-horned into the banking system while grabbling your savings is their government-approved emergency lifeline).  what you need to understand in layman's terms is that the IMF, through bodies such as APRA, has governments put measures in place so that your wealth can be used to prop up a doomed system, whether it's saving the banks through a direct grabble-attack (extreme but happened in cyprus already) or via the usual shennanigans inflating away debt and fueling deficits and frankly turning what is natural and sensible onto its head to the detriment of purchasing power and confidence.  banning cash transactions is a part of this.  the aussie cash rate will likely hit zero in a year or whatever.  what comes AFTER zero will be bizarro world, which isn't new across the seas but australia hasn't gone bizarro yet. 

 

edit:  found this political cartoon, can't upload it (26mb) has to be downloaded.  it's high res intended for postering.

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/7kuwufwvy6uqvfj/Soviet_Liberal_4.jpg?dl=0

 

and i see @Sallubrious was already posting videos from walk the world.  good stuff!!!!!

 

 

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