Welcome to the Cashless Society Control Grid
From embedded microchips to RFID tracking, the cashless society roll out is going on in full force.
With children thumbscanning to get their lunches and amusement park goers biometrically scanning for entry, we are being trained to use our biometric signatures as payment and identification.
Trendy clubs around the globe have begun to surgically implant their VIP customers with microchips that they can use to pay for their bar tabs, making it "cool" to "get chipped." Now these "hip" and "elite" customers won't have to bring their wallet out with them to have a good time.
Soon RFID tags will be in everything from pharmaceuticals to clothing. Exclusive clothiers are already using the tags to recognize customers as they walk in the door from what they are wearing.
This is a global system. Our passports will now be biometric, the information stored on an RFID chip. National id legislation has been passed with the same big brother technology onboard.
With cameras (most biometric) already on almost every street corner and the ongoing media hurrah for all this "wonderful" technology that can "protect us" and "make life easier" ask yourself what is this all for?
The globalists are setting up the beast system so there is nowhere to hide. Cash itself will be traceable, so one day every transaction you make will be identifiable. You will be always be on camera and big brother will always know where you are and what you do.
This section is just a small cross section of the thousands of articles that we have come across related to the cashless society. Welcome to the cashless society. Welcome to the New World Order.
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Big Brother Articles
[03/08/2006] New Democrat Database Raises Privacy Concerns
In the wake of the NSA eavesdropping scandal and the Dubai Ports deal that threatened to cut short President George Bush’s second term, the Washington Post revealed today that a former Clinton Administration political operative and a foreign-born global financier have teamed up in a for-profit venture to build an unprecedented comprehensive database of American Democrats. » More
[11/23/2005] Science body urges data sharing
Sharing government-held personal information could bring huge medical and social benefits, a government group has said. » More
[11/21/2005] Israelis invent airport lie detector
ISRAELI scientists have come up with a non-invasive lie detector that can be used at airports and can tell if you are lying to security staff. Tested in Russia, the two-stage GK-1 voice analyser requires that passengers don headphones at a console and answer \"yes\" or \"no\" into a microphone to questions. » More
[10/20/2005] Big Brother can use printer to track you
It sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it isn’t. The pages coming out of your color printer may contain hidden information that could be used to track you down if you ever cross the U.S. government. » More
[10/19/2005] Is your printer spying on you?
RESEARCHERS hired by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) say they were able to break a code hidden in tiny tracking dots that some colour laser printers secrete in every document they print. » More
[10/18/2005] Government & Computer Manufacturers Caught Installing Hardwired Keystroke Loggers into all new Laptops
Devices capture everything you ever type, then can send it via your ethernet card to the Dept. of Homeland Security without your knowledge, consent or a search warrant each time you log onto the internet! » More
[10/18/2005] EFF Reveals Codes in Xerox Printers
Just because a document from a color laser printer doesn\'t carry your name doesn\'t mean no one can trace it back to you, privacy advocates warn. » More
[10/11/2005] California to try tracking parolees with GPS
Satellite tracking technology, a staple of weather forecasting and military operations for decades, is the latest tool California can use to ease its overburdened parole and probation system under legislation signed Tuesday by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. » More
[09/14/2005] Japan seeks intelligence service like MI6
The report by an advisory council, which had been discussing the matter since April, said the entity would be under the control of the foreign minister and would specialize in collecting information on international affairs. » More
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[12/28/2004] 30 million cars now record drivers\' behavior
It was only a matter of time. For several years, electronic devices in cars have monitored acceleration and braking to save fuel and improve safety. Now, they\'re saving some of that data to give automakers and police a better idea of how you drive. \n » More