Congress prepares for a 'cashless society'

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  • bob j Bli Bli, Queensland
    July 10, 2012 5:32 p.m.

    Further to my previous comment: --- The Mark and the Chip.
    How long will it be before the proposed use of Smartphones, etc. as buying articles become obsolete ? I can visualise the time when they will longer be used for the passing over a recorder, but a small Chip will be embedded into each person's hand and the hand used. For a person minus hands, will the chip in the forehead suffice ? What does the Good Book say about the Mark and what does it mean ? I cannot see what happened in the movie / dvd Logan's Run coming into place, but ?

  • bob j Bli Bli, Queensland
    July 10, 2012 4:45 p.m.

    Progress marches on but will the old fortified walls totally withstand It might be quite some time before everybody has an I phone or the equal

  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    July 10, 2012 5:52 a.m.

    This proclamation of 150 years later and in a less dire circumstance it time to let the banks take control of the countries financial system in a society where debt forced on to its customers as destroyed the economic basis of our country?

    Banks are trying to take over control of our Treasury department is not sound. Our economy has been destroyed and dysfunctional because of bank takeover and so much debt we are an insolvent nation.

    The ramification of this idea is a disaster without care or thought of the rights of individuals and their earnings. Banks should not be allowed to proceed in this thought, we must have and maintain and tangible monetary systems or it will destroy the banks and the country, not to mention the economy. People have finally leaned the true intentions of the banking industry. To break this style of economy they must have cash and only cash to break away from more debt than they can ever pay.

    You'd think the Mortgage industry and housing collapse was a disaster, this is a devastation idea with so many criminal implications of government indiscretions of fraud and waste its scary to think about.