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Cash bans turn Australia into financial surveillance state

The Reserve Bank of Australia and global accounting giant KPMG are coordinating a program to turn Australia into a financial surveillance state. The Morrison government’s cashless welfare card, and draft $10,000 cash ban bill, are part of the program to force Australians into a cashless economy system that will enable the private banking cartel and government to “monitor and measure”—their words—the financial activities of every Australian.

What the banks call the 'black' economy is the normal system of trade between people with real money that worked well for thousands of years. It's black because it excludes the banker's fees.

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