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^^^Coin shortage is just the beginning, at one point your plastic will be the only thing any place will accept, that way the government will know where and how much you spend and no more little cushion or stash for what ever you want to buy and no more under the table jobs or giving money to the homeless. Think of that when you pay with your card, it's part of the freedoms that will eventually go out the door
 

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Revelation 13:17 - And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
 

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^^^Coin shortage is just the beginning, at one point your plastic will be the only thing any place will accept, that way the government will know where and how much you spend and no more little cushion or stash for what ever you want to buy and no more under the table jobs or giving money to the homeless. Think of that when you pay with your card, it's part of the freedoms that will eventually go out the door
Yes digital money and wallets are coming and we can't stop it. It all started with FDR and then Nixon when he separated the gold from our money system. FDR started the Federal Reserve and regretted it as he said it will be the downfall of the U.S.
 

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What most of these leftists don't realize is just how important the underground economy is. In NYC in the 70s, the Underground Economy was worth over 2 billion that they wanted taxes on. However, that cash got spent all over in other places, most of who were taxed. All of the street vendors, flea markets, farmer's markets, etc depend on that type of economy, as did most wait staff in eateries.

And NO, FDR did not start the federal reserve, Aldrich and other high government folks did - Read The Creature From Jekyll Island; that lovely resort there is where it was all conceived
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1913: The Federal Reserve System is Born

1913: The Federal Reserve System is Born

From December 1912 to December 1913, the Glass-Willis proposal was hotly debated, molded and reshaped. By December 23, 1913, when President Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act into law, it stood as a classic example of compromise—a decentralized central bank that balanced the competing interests of private banks and populist sentiment.
 
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