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Harvard economist believes we should eliminate bills worth more than 10 dollars

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Harvard economist believes we should eliminate bills worth more than 10 dollars

http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/barb...-larger-10

The goal is to weaken money laundering and strengthen central banks' ability to manipulate interest rates. 'Unintended' consequence is going to be a further reduction of civilian financial sovereignty and security.

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And the government shall have full insight in what the citizen buys. That's only the first step in full abolishment of paper and coin. Electronic only money is sooooo much better for government.


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adder Wrote:
And the government shall have full insight in what the citizen buys. That's only the first step in full abolishment of paper and coin. Electronic only money is sooooo much better for government.


And that's the underlying goal. It will do nothing to stop money laundering, they will just use different currency, most likely a good.

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