Monday, June 27, 2011

Google Wallet and the Folly of Central Economic Planning


SHYLOCK: "This kindness I will show.
Go with me to a notary, seal me there.
Your single bond, and in a merry sport,
If you repay me not on such a day,
In such a place, such sum or sums as are
Express'd in the condition, let the forfeit
Be nominated for an equal pound
Of your fair flesh, to be cut off and taken
In what part of your body pleaseth me."


- excerpt from The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare




(picture right, man in front of Obama's caravan, Chicago 2010)


Many people are awakening from their slumber in which they have allowed themselves to be deceived and led down the road to financial ruin. Still, the economic leaders, those who print the currency out of thin air and refuse to let others trade as they please, have promised "catastrophic consequences" if people deny their authority. The crucial purpose behind the existing economic structure has been to perpetuate the power and authority of the economic planners, therefore, change will be painful for many.

But economic change must happen, for a currency crisis is not only imminent . The central economic planners have assured the federal reserve debt note failure. Their wish is to exact more control. Their greed is not of material wealth. Their motive is power- eternal power over the human soul.

That is why the power-hungry central planners' answer to the currency crisis will not be yet another paper currency, which the people now understand will only be seriously debauched by war mongers and traitorous politicians. No, what they want is patronage based on lies and fear. With the help of advancements in RFID technology, central economic planners with their legislative lackeys hope to steer the masses toward a cashless society through cell phone technology.

The National Pulse has already exposed the provision for implantable radio frequency identification in its landmark article Mandatory Health Care and The Mark of the Beast.

This summer, Google has teamed up with Mastercard, First Card, and Citigroup. Android smartphones and Nextel are also in on the scam to desensitize patrons of the dangers of a cashless society. So, as Ben Bernanke ends the Quantitative Easing (money printing) program #2 and continues to flat-ass lie about the threat of inflation, the large corporate interests who are dependent on the protection of the Federal Reserve's protection racket, are trying to organize a system to allow the banks and themselves to survive while stealing freedom from the people. (picture left: Avarice, Albrecht Durer)

More curious is what Forrester Research analyst, Charles Golvin had to say about the partnership. "Google's interest here isn't in the payments, it's in the data that underlies the complete chain of commerce including consideration, promotion, transaction details, coupons and receipts."

At a time when hackers are able to infiltrate the most impenetrable data systems, why would anyone trust Google with all their information about their likes and dislikes and how much they will pay for goods and services?


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