Pastor says cashless society would fulfill Biblical prophecy
The concept of a cashless society where all financial transactions and purchases are strictly controlled and every nuance of a person's life is noted and recorded, in many cases by implanted chips, sounds like the perfect ingredients for a science-fiction thriller.
Yet the Rev. Glenn Guest envisions this apocalyptic scenario following the Bible's Book of Revelation that begins with the gradual disappearance of cash and checks and the increased reliance on debit and credit cards. And he sees it coming closer every day.
"Technology has progressed to the point where (becoming paperless) it can be implemented," said Guest, who has been pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in Danielsville for 25 years. "And I believe it is being implemented."...
I'm not sure that being a cashless society automatically means that we are in the end times. I am almost always cashless in one way or another. I use debit cards like crazy and at work we see it all the time they are just easier than cash and if they are stolen, one can quickly cancel the card and even be paid back any losses. Again, this ease of pay could be paving the way for the implants. The implant can be given as an injection and devices are already used to tag wildlife, and more recently commercially to pet owners. Imagine that everyone is given an injection as a baby, maybe as part of mandatory immunization. All important data could be stored in the chip and your kids won't get lost or kidnapped. I don't know if that means we are heading to the tribulation, but I wouldn't take an implant.
Hi John Yurich. So you are still coming back once in a while. I was wondering what happened to you. I believe the pastor featured in this article is correct. However, God will take care of his flock and see it through any trial.
Why was the cashing out of billions of dollars just before 9/11 never investigated?
Had an investigation been done into the crime of failing to file the "currency transaction reports" in August 2001, then we would know who made the cash withdrawals in $100 bills amounting to the $5 billion surge.
When reviewing the record of July and August of 2001, Bill Bergman noticed a $5 billion surge in the currency component of the M1 money supply‚ÄĒthe third largest such increase since 1947. Bergman asked about this anomaly‚ÄĒand was removed from his investigative duties.
Warning bells about anomalies in the fiscal sector were sounded in the summer of 2001, but not heeded.
It's been over six years since 9/11, but U.S. regulatory entities have been slow to follow through with reports about the complex financial transactions that occurred just prior to and following the attacks. Such research could shed light on such questions as who was behind them‚ÄĒand who benefited‚ÄĒand could help lay to rest the rumors that have been festering.