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Digital Identity and Digital Cash

Tools of Enslavement

How can you fight back, mail this letter to Stores:

Dear [Store Manager/Owner],

We hope this letter finds you well. As frequent patrons of your store, we wanted to express our concerns regarding the recent implementation of cashless purchases. While we understand the convenience and efficiency that electronic transactions offer, we believe it is essential to highlight potential risks associated with a fully cashless or less-cash society.

Our primary concern revolves around the increasing collaboration between governments, big tech companies, and social media platforms, which seem to lean towards authoritarian leftism. We fear that this alliance could pose a threat to individual financial autonomy. Here are a few points to consider:

  • Asset Control: In a scenario where a more tyrannical government emerges, there is a risk that they could utilize their influence over big tech and social media to cancel individuals’ assets. This could severely impact one’s ability to function financially in society, leading to potential exploitation.
  • Boycott Intention: As conscientious consumers, we are compelled to express our disagreement with the move towards credit card-only aisles. In light of the aforementioned concerns, we may have no choice but to boycott establishments that limit payment options, as it is a slippery slope towards potential enslavement through incrementalism.
  • Preserving Financial Freedom: We believe in the importance of maintaining financial diversity and safeguarding individual liberties. While embracing technological advancements, it is crucial not to compromise the fundamental right to economic privacy and independence.

Finally – Let’s discuss the law.   Look at a Jackson: This note is legal tender for all debts public and private.    Imagine a scenario in which I ring up a tab for $250 at your store.   You refuse to accept my paper currency.   I indicate the Federal law allowing paper currency to be used for all debts public and private.   I implore that if your store is making the claim that I have created a debt by purchasing your store’s items, that you must accept my currency.   If not, then obviously you are indicating that there is no debt, and therefore I can walk out with the product without further interaction.    You threaten to call the police, I indicate that if you do so you will be sued for not just defamation, but also penalties under Federal Code 18-242 Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law.

We kindly request that you reconsider the decision to, at any point of sale mechanism, exclude cash as a payment option. We firmly believe that offering a variety of payment methods is not only inclusive but also a safeguard against potential risks associated with an overly digitalized financial landscape.

Thank you for your attention to this matter, and we sincerely hope that our concerns will be taken into account in the interest of fostering a society that values both convenience and individual freedom.


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