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Going back to the Great Reset how would you describe it?

basically to me it’s a centralised world government where all money is digital. 

 

Own nothing etc and all that stuff is that part of it? Iv read through the beginning of this thread but a lot of the videos linked are no longer available.

 

just wondered what everyone’s take on it is.

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4 hours ago, Mazthehobo said:

But you have to pay back the £200 electric and gas amount.

 

the 5p in fuel will help but not when you consider fuel has gone up 40% in last year.

 

and the £150 is basically a free month of council tax. Once that month has passed the average joe public will have to deal with the price increases head on.

its the developing UBI 

 

pretty soon there will be food topup payments, water rates payment, mortgage etc

 

unless you are in the top 1% earners wages will be pathetic compared to living costs but working and kowtowing  to government requirements will be essemtial to receive the topup payments 

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23 minutes ago, zArk said:

its the developing UBI 

 

pretty soon there will be food topup payments, water rates payment, mortgage etc

 

unless you are in the top 1% earners wages will be pathetic compared to living costs but working and kowtowing  to government requirements will be essemtial to receive the topup payments 

 

Great excuse to go back to nature. The hunter gatherers may rise again.

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6 hours ago, Mazthehobo said:

Going back to the Great Reset how would you describe it?

basically to me it’s a centralised world government where all money is digital. 

 

Own nothing etc and all that stuff is that part of it? Iv read through the beginning of this thread but a lot of the videos linked are no longer available.

 

just wondered what everyone’s take on it is.

That is, very briefly summarized the gist. Own nothing refers to rental systems for as many things as possible. There is the option of enforced compliance to climate stuff, and automated censorship working through the CBDC's (this and that book cannot be bought, or even found in the first place). It can work to fully canalize culture through the same channels; assigning you a budget for it, and pre-selecting what is, and what is not appropriate (for you). Of course some pigs are more equal then others so these measures will not apply to the ones that would 'manage' things. If the required systems come to pass that is the sort of stuff you can expect, because it all expresses control and authoritarianism through and through.

 

Start localizing today, which can literally be as simple as talking to your neighbors about something meaningful :)

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On 3/27/2022 at 10:49 AM, Mazthehobo said:

But you have to pay back the £200 electric and gas amount.

 

the 5p in fuel will help but not when you consider fuel has gone up 40% in last year.

 

and the £150 is basically a free month of council tax. Once that month has passed the average joe public will have to deal with the price increases head on.

You’ve got to be in a low band for the council tax £150 so it’s a bag of washing 

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Britain being forced to go cashless 'against its will'

One in five would struggle in a cashless world and prefer notes and coins

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/consumer-affairs/britain-forced-go-cashless-against-will/?utm_content=telegraph&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1648654791

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Britain is becoming a cashless society against the public’s will, a major new study has found, after the pandemic accelerated the switch to card and digital payments.

Around 10 million people, or one in five adults, would struggle to manage in a society without cash, a report from the Royal Society of Arts commissioned by cash machine network Link found.

The older generation in particular is being left behind. One in three people dependent on cash are above 65. Some four million of those who would struggle most without cash are over 65 years old. 

This section of society would face increased isolation, difficulty budgeting and a greater risk of being defrauded without access to physical currency, the report warned. A further 2.5 million of the most vulnerable were between 55 and 64. 

This comes after the pandemic dramatically accelerated the country’s move away from notes and coins. The public now withdraws around £100m less from cash machines each day compared to before the pandemic, according to Link.

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Meanwhile banks used Covid as an opportunity to accelerate their branch closure programmes. Last summer 99 branches closed their doors on average every month, according to Which?, the consumer group. 

Cash machines are also disappearing. The number of free cash points has fallen by a quarter since January 2018, with fewer than 50,000 remaining. Some machines have started to charge for withdrawals, causing usage to fall.

The lack of bank branches has made it more difficult for retailers to deposit or access notes and coins which in turn has "nudged" some retailers and restaurants into refusing cash altogether, Natalie Ceeney of the Access to Cash review said.

Meanwhile the proportion of the population wholly reliant on physical currency has remained strong in the past three years, despite cash’s decline in that time, according to the RSA’s Mark Hall. 

Mr Hall said: “For millions of people, their relationship with cash is critical to the way they manage their weekly budget. It’s vital that the dash to digital doesn’t disenfranchise anyone, especially with the cost-of-living crisis putting such significant strain on family finances right now.”

Around 80pc of people most dependent on cash use it to budget, with seven in 10 claiming they rely on cash to prevent them from falling into debt. Some 90pc of this group were concerned they would leave themselves open to fraud if they were forced to switch to digital payment methods.

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The survey found the wider public also worried that a cashless society would reduce their control over finances and debt, lead to higher exposure to fraud, lower their privacy, and increase isolation.

Rural and remote communities were particularly concerned that poor broadband and mobile connectivity would make it harder for them to go fully digital, the report found.

Overall, 23 million people said that using cash made them feel more in control of their finances. Two-thirds were concerned about fraud when making payments and 57pc were concerned about privacy.

Meanwhile separate research commissioned by the Telegraph earlier this year found that six in 10 shoppers would support a move to make cash acceptance compulsory.

The survey, of more than half a million shoppers, also found that nearly half of the British public purposely avoid retailers that do not accept physical currency and that more than half of people believe the country is being pushed into cashlessness against its will.

 

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Cost of contactless payments? Call it £2billion for cash... On top of soaring bills the dash from using notes and coins will hit you all the harder in the pocket https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10674019/RICHARD-LITTLEJOHN-Cost-contactless-payments-Call-2billion-cash.html

 

The cost of living continues to rocket and things are about to get worse. On top of soaring gas and electricity bills, and the controversial 1.25 per cent National Insurance hike, council tax is going up, too.

From today, the average Band D property will get a demand for more than £2,000 from their local authority.

Also today, the temporary cut in VAT to help the hospitality industry comes to an end. So the cost of eating out or drinking in the pub will rise significantly. Dishi Rishi’s Money For Nothing And Your Chips For Free bonanza is but a distant memory.

By the end of this year, we could be clobbered by double-digit inflation, the highest level since the dark days of the strike-prone early 1980s. Phone and broadband charges are also increasing. Whichever direction you look, prices are rising remorselessly.

 

As we warned 2 years ago id2020 blockchain, Luciferase digitial tattoo..is all being forced on us now at an alarming rate.

 

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16 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Britain being forced to go cashless 'against its will'

One in five would struggle in a cashless world and prefer notes and coins

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/consumer-affairs/britain-forced-go-cashless-against-will/?utm_content=telegraph&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1648654791

 

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Cost of contactless payments? Call it £2billion for cash... On top of soaring bills the dash from using notes and coins will hit you all the harder in the pocket https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10674019/RICHARD-LITTLEJOHN-Cost-contactless-payments-Call-2billion-cash.html

 

The cost of living continues to rocket and things are about to get worse. On top of soaring gas and electricity bills, and the controversial 1.25 per cent National Insurance hike, council tax is going up, too.

From today, the average Band D property will get a demand for more than £2,000 from their local authority.

Also today, the temporary cut in VAT to help the hospitality industry comes to an end. So the cost of eating out or drinking in the pub will rise significantly. Dishi Rishi’s Money For Nothing And Your Chips For Free bonanza is but a distant memory.

By the end of this year, we could be clobbered by double-digit inflation, the highest level since the dark days of the strike-prone early 1980s. Phone and broadband charges are also increasing. Whichever direction you look, prices are rising remorselessly.

 

As we warned 2 years ago id2020 blockchain, Luciferase digitial tattoo..is all being forced on us now at an alarming rate.

 

This is phase two odds spot on thanks 

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Heads up was at a wedding in a hotel last year didn’t take cash was like hold Fck kicked up a storm they didn’t give a fck

im a builder jewsons last year stopped taking cash I don’t use them anymore they can go stick there nwo up there own ass

only way to fight back is avoid the cashless depots 😈

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Just now, Celticdevil said:

Heads up was at a wedding in a hotel last year didn’t take cash was like hold Fck kicked up a storm they didn’t give a fck

im a builder jewsons last year stopped taking cash I don’t use them anymore they can go stick there nwo up there own ass

only way to fight back is avoid the cashless depots 😈

Holy not hold lol 

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1 hour ago, Celticdevil said:

Heads up was at a wedding in a hotel last year didn’t take cash was like hold Fck kicked up a storm they didn’t give a fck

im a builder jewsons last year stopped taking cash I don’t use them anymore they can go stick there nwo up there own ass

only way to fight back is avoid the cashless depots 😈

 

Is a blatant coup as we warned from 2 weeks to flatten the curve.

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My apologies if this has been posted before. I had a look round but couldn't see it. I know the title may put people off but there's a lot more interesting stuff in it. It's six hours long eeek! I've watched it all and I'm feeling a bit weird about it. Had to watch it on the fastest speed, he talks very slow. The only reason I'm putting in this thread is because there's a lot in this about the last reset.

 

 

 

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On 3/28/2022 at 6:24 PM, Celticdevil said:

I don’t really want to be out hunting rabbits with a spear bud lol 

Want a laugh was at a job to quote the other day and the customer breeds rabbits.

I said to my work budy at least sha can eat them if they don’t sell 😂😂😂

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I feel if the sicko's feared we could sustain ourselves with such as rabbit meat, they'd introduce 'rabbit flu' as an excuse for compulsory culling. 

 

I'm (no longer shocked, but) disappointed at how many people think all the bad stuff is behind us now. We'll see more businesses crash and costs rocket in the next 2 years than we've seen yet, in my opinion. All we can do is hold on tight, and keep exercising our own judgement and resisting the evil in any small way we are able to. 

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On 4/2/2022 at 5:47 PM, Puzzle said:

My apologies if this has been posted before. I had a look round but couldn't see it. I know the title may put people off but there's a lot more interesting stuff in it. It's six hours long eeek! I've watched it all and I'm feeling a bit weird about it. Had to watch it on the fastest speed, he talks very slow. The only reason I'm putting in this thread is because there's a lot in this about the last reset.

 

 

 

Excellent video. Thanks for that.

 

I was going to watch a few snippets but ended up watching all 6 hrs! (at 1.25x speed).

 

 

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