The elimination of cash from our economy threatens our personal and financial freedoms
If you don't prepare for a CASHLESS financial system now, you will pay a heavy price for it the day it happens...
As cash money has almost been banned and more and more countries automatically exchange financial information, gold owners are NOT safe.
The elimination of cash from our economy threatens our personal and financial freedoms.
These threats include:
Loss of Privacy - there will be a digital trail of all your purchases and transfers.
End of Dissent - the government can use any data it gathers against you.
Endangers Freedom - a single keystroke can freeze access to your account or transfer your money to the government.
Negative Interest Rates - the government could effectively tax every dollar you own by charging you to keep your digital currency in the bank.
Government will in due time tax windfall profits on gold. This will make it much easier for the government to accomplish something similar to its 1933 heist.
There’s precedence for it, too. In 1980, Congress passed the Crude Oil Windfall Profit Tax Act, which taxed up to 70% of “windfall profits” of domestic oil producers.
A windfall profit is whatever politicians decide it is. It’s completely arbitrary. The whole concept is a scam—a word trick to camouflage legalized theft.
If the price of gold explodes, I wouldn’t be surprised if Governments passes a Fair Share Gold Windfall Profit Tax Act levying a tax of 80%, 90%, or more on gold profits.
As you are already forced to sell and buy Gold & Silver through official metal merchants and through the banking system, every ounce Gold you sell will automatically be subject to the tax. The tax will be paid directly to the Authorities and the seller will only receive the balance...that is unless you know how to avoid this trap.
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