Claire Wolfe: Shoving Us At Gunpoint Toward The Cashless Society

kenneth_rogoff(Kenneth S. Rogoff, author of The Curse of Cash; Rogoff wiki)

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The Elites want to silence, impoverish, and enslave all outside of their caste.

Make no mistake.

Learn their names.

Learn their whereabouts.

Know their vulnerabilities.

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7 responses to “Claire Wolfe: Shoving Us At Gunpoint Toward The Cashless Society

  1. Lol check the book reviews. The slaves know.

  2. (((Rogoff)))…(((Krugman)))…(((Summers)))…(((Fischer)))…(((Bloomberg)))…(((Soros)))…(((Yellin)))…(((Lew))). A coincidence, no doubt.

  3. Here’s a good start for the list. Jacket copy and blurbs from the back cover –

    “[A] fascinating economic manifesto. . . . [The Curse of Cash] is an absorbing exploration of the uses, and misuses, of currency, and its intractability in controlling modern economies.”–Publishers Weekly

    “Economist Rogoff, the former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, offers a detailed case for eliminating paper money. . . . For both the elimination of paper money and the employment of negative interest rates to combat deflationary recessions, Rogoff painstakingly presents both the advantages and the drawbacks. . . . Provocative.”–Library Journal

    “In a witty new book, The Curse of Cash, economist Kenneth Rogoff argues the human race would be better off without paper money. He’s onto something.”–Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe

    From the Back Cover
    “A fascinating and important book. Kenneth Rogoff sets out a compelling and wide-ranging argument for weaning our economies off paper money.”–Ben S. Bernanke, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve

    “Highly engaging, thought-provoking, and persuasive, The Curse of Cash makes the case that time is running out for paper money. As Kenneth Rogoff has done before, this book sets the standard on a problem that will only become more important; it is also sure to influence discussions about the ability of central banks to deliver growth and financial stability. This is a must-read.”–Mohamed El-Erian, author of The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability, and Avoiding the Next Collapse

    “Should we become a largely cashless society? Kenneth Rogoff makes a strong case that we should in this wide-ranging book, which touches on history, crime, technology, and monetary policy. Clearly and persuasively argued, this is a must-read.”–Linda Yueh, author of China’s Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower

    “In this fascinating and important book, Kenneth Rogoff argues forcefully that advanced economies should phase out cash because it facilitates crime and constrains policy. With a wealth of data and clear explanations, the book demystifies central banking and negative interest rates, thus elevating the discussion of both.”–Anat R. Admati, coauthor of The Bankers’ New Clothes: What’s Wrong with Banking and What to Do about It

    “Most people like cash. Not Kenneth Rogoff–for reasons ranging from its benefits to organized crime to the way it impedes antirecessionary monetary policy. He’s written a tour de force explaining why. Reading it will make you both smile and think.”–Alan S. Blinder, author of After the Music Stopped: The Financial Crisis, the Response, and the Work Ahead

    “Ken Rogoff led the way in stressing the now widely accepted public policy benefits of eliminating large-denomination currency. His new book provides cogent arguments for an even bolder step: eliminating cash altogether. The proposal could not be more timely, and his arguments deserve consideration by policymakers and the general public alike.”–Michael Woodford, Columbia University

    “The Curse of Cash is brilliant and insightful. In addition to giving a vivid picture of the cash-crime nexus, The Curse of Cash is the book everyone should read about negative interest rates.”–Miles Kimball, University of Michigan

    “Original and fascinating, The Curse of Cash makes a totally convincing argument that advanced economies have many good reasons for phasing out paper currency as soon as possible. More clearly and with more evidence than anyone before, Kenneth Rogoff makes the case that cash feeds illegal behavior–and that illegal behavior probably now accounts for the majority of cash in circulation. Raising challenging questions, this book will be of wide interest.”–John Kay, author of Other People’s Money: The Real Business of Finance

  4. Cashless society ? Tracking everything you buy and no buying or selling w/o approval ?
    I think I’ve read something somewhere about this before.
    It was in an old book.

  5. Alfred E. Neuman

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