Newspapers around the globe are telling us that contactless payments are thriving, cash is rapidly disappearing and cashless society is practically around the corner. Continue reading Cyber Risks, the Achilles’ Heel of Cashless Economies
Despite the rise of populism and a resurgence of American values, it has become more dangerous than ever to speak out. A new war on patriots has begun…
Some say that we are in constant exposure to a “divide and control” dialectic to limit the conversation into two, or more derivative narratives sowing disagreements and conflicts all the time while the controllers plot the real course for humanity, with their own interests properly served.
It used to be that the so-called economic hitmen were only targeting other countries outside of the West, but as these usual targets are slowly waking up to the scheme and started resisting the machinations, not without risk of course, those same economic hitmen are now targeting their own countries, too.
Some very striking developments between East and the West in the realm of economics are happening very recently. What we thought would take more years to start is already here.
The Silk Road is well on course and the first train of goodies from China has arrived in Iranian railway terminals to inaugurate post-sanction Iran.
There is now a growing body of evidence that the move towards a cashless society is still on track. In fact, with the ongoing fall of the Khazarian Empire, it might be its only option to remain in power in the West.
The highly anticipated elimination of cash in favor for full electronic transactions is about to be implemented in Norway, Denmark, and Sweden.
The G7 clowns will proceed to the annual secretive Bilberberg Conference this week at Telfs-Buchen, Austria, just about 20 minutes away from where the G7 Summit was held.