In 1988 the Rothschild owned Economist had come up with a 30 year prediction Get ready for a Global Currency The Economist named this future hypothetical one world currency the Phoenix
The phoenix zone would impose tight constraints on national governments. There would be no such thing, for instance, as a national monetary policy.The world phoenix supply would be fixed by a new central bank, descended perhaps from the IMF. The world inflation rate – and hence, within narrow margins, each national inflation rate- would be in its charge. Each country could use taxes and public spending to offset temporary falls in demand, but it would have to borrow rather than print money to finance its budget deficit.
Ten years down the line ie in 1998 there was the Economist again with another title on One World Currency called One World One Money
Weighing all this, most economists conclude that the 11 countries that are about to adopt the euro are not in fact an optimal currency area. The world as a whole is not even close. So what has changed? The main thing is the current global emergency. This is so serious a crisis that it is likely to prove a paradigm–shifting event, though straws were in the wind already. But what does that leave? Let’s see. Pure floating is no use. Semi-fixed is no use. So there are two possibilities. One is to turn back the clock on financial integration: then pure-floating or semi-fixed systems might once again be used successfully. Otherwise, it seems, the remaining course is to combine increasing integration with perfect fixity of exchange rates—meaning currency union.
On January 1 1999 the Euro was born It was a limited version of the glonal currency union envisaged
The euro (sign: €; code: EUR) is the official currency of the eurozone, which consists of 19 of the 28 member states of the European Union: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.
Within the European Union area itself three nations UK , Denmark and Sweden refused to accept the Euro
In 2016 theres an article about how in UK One in seven Brits no longer carries cash In 2015 2015Denmark moves closer to a cashless society In 2016 The Guardian (another Rothschild newspaper) informs us almost gleefully that Sweden leads the race to become cashless society Thus all three of the countries that refused to convert to a common currency the Euro have had their national currencies almost rendered redundant by plastic money or digital money
In May 2007 nearly 20 years after the first Economist article one of the main Globalist Think Tanks came up with this
Global financial instability has sparked a surge in “monetary nationalism” — the idea that countries must make and control their own currencies. But globalization and monetary nationalism are a dangerous combination, a cause of financial crises and geopolitical tension. The world needs to abandon unwanted currencies,(I suspect thats a polite way of describing currencies the Jews dont control) replacing them with dollars, euros, and multinational currencies as yet unborn. Source CFR
In 2008 twenty years after the first One World Currency article there was the Financial Crisis of 2008 crash caused in large part by Subprime lending Growth of the housing bubble and Overleveraging The Paradigm shifting event the 1998 article spoke of was here on us
One of the giants and mainstays of the digital economy is VISA This is what Sarah Perry Director VISAnStrategic Investment Program had to say on VISA and a Single Global Currency
“When VISA was founded twenty-five years ago, the founders saw the world as needing a Single Global Currency for exchange. Everything we’ve done from a global perspective has been about trying to put one piece in place after another to fulfill that global vision.”— Sarah Perry,Director of VISA’s Strategic Investment Program.2001 Source The Single Global Currency (Single Global Currency Association, 2006), p.7.
There can be a new form of Global digital money transfer systems whose main players will gradually coalesce into a handful of quasi monpolistic digital pay systems
Ownership of VISA Mastercard and smaller digital payment gateways is anyway securely in the hands of Globalists Smaller national payment gateways can always be bought out or financially destroyed
Another important aspect of a cashless or a digital economy is the use of smart phones The operating system used by 85 % of smart phones is Android which is a proprietary software developed by Google As of July 2013, the Google Play store has had over one million Android applications (“apps”) published – including many “business-class apps” that rival competing mobile platforms– and over 50 billion applications downloaded.
Its this Android platform and its apps which will drive the so called cashless economy in countries like India China and other Asian and African countries
Once digitized money takes root the national currency will be used a lot less People will touch see and feel these notes a lot less too Your salary will come directly to your bank ac Businessmen will keep less money at hand
People will lose touch and any sense of connection to the national currency Once that happens they wont care who controls its supply or where the notes are printed or who controls the interest rates
NO BODY WILL CARE IF THE CURRENCY IN USE IS CALLED A DOLLAR EURO RUPEE OR YUAN SINCE MONEY ITSELF IS NOT USED REGULARLY
A CASHLESS DIGITAL ECONOMY IS A GREAT WAY OF DESTROYING THE “UNWANTED CURRENCIES” JEW BEN STEILL SPOKE OF