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A control grid beyond even Hitler’s imagination

October 23, 2011
Brasscheck TV
10/23/2011

Over the last few days we’ve demonstrated that there is a plan to bring society into a cashless system run by the very banks currently being protested by the Occupy Wall St. movement.

We’ve even seen examples, like in Louisiana, where cash transactions are being banned.

Piece by piece, step by step, we are being led into a system where EVERYTHING you do is regulated, controlled, and tracked, by the banks.

This segment from the Corbett Report elaborates on what that society will look like, and it’s not pretty…

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  1. Rwolf permalink
    October 24, 2011 5:48 am

    Many Americans erroneously believe they can resist a Cashless Society by Bartering Goods and Services. It should be noted, U.S. Government has already shut down for the most part “Bartering” as a legal anonymous means to exchange goods and services. Below please see (IRS Topic 420 – Bartering Income) an IRS overview that mentions what Barter Activities & Transactions must be reported to the IRS to avoid committing a punishable tax crime, including money laundering of bartered goods and services. It is foreseeable Congress to raise tax revenues, will subsequently eliminate the remaining leeway currently given to Citizens bartering; require that all bartering activity be reported on a Taxpayers’ IRS Returns.

    It should be noted: it was U.S. Government’s Prohibition against Drugs that created the Drug Cartels, drug gangs, related violence that U.S. Government says that Americans can be protected from—by removing Cash from Society. Perhaps U.S. Government might instead end Prohibition not Cash.

    In a Cashless Society Americans will no longer be able to donate to any political or other cause without government knowing you’re involved; or pay for any items e.g., a medical prescription, a doctor’s services or even purchase a publication. Currently billions of dollars of services are cheaper because many Americans to survive now work for tips, perform side jobs; provide professional services from their house (off the books) for (cash) such as repairing automobiles. In a cashless society such payments could not exist. Would many crimes such as car thefts suddenly stop if America became a cashless society? How would a car thief fence stolen cars or parts in a Cashless Society? Could a corrupt U.S. Government in a Cashless Society, decide who can commit crimes and who can’t for kickbacks and other consideration? That is a fair question since U.S. Government police agencies are now repeatedly implicated in facilitating the sale of drugs, guns, accepting bribes and other crimes. A corrupt government would only need void-out a criminal’s digital records of criminal economic transactions. It is apparent, that once U.S. Governments completes its Total Surveillance and Cashless society to where Americans can’t move without being monitored or videoed, it is problematic a “Tyrant Government” will move to eliminate all forms of potential Citizen resistance; the First, Second, and Fifth Amendment; most expected: terminate Americans’ right to vote so that Citizens have no power to oust an oppressive government.

    Topic 420 – Bartering Income
    http://www.irs.gov/publications/p525/index.html
    Bartering occurs when you exchange goods or services without exchanging money. An example of bartering is a plumber doing repair work for a dentist in exchange for dental services. The fair market value of goods and services received in exchange for goods or services you provide must be included in income in the year received.
    Generally, you report this income on Form 1040, Schedule C (PDF), Profit or Loss from Business. If you failed to report this income, correct your return by filing a Form 1040X. Refer to Topic 308 for Amended Return information.
    A barter exchange or barter club is any person or organization with members or clients that contract with each other (or with the barter exchange) to jointly trade or barter property or services. The term does not include arrangements that provide solely for the informal exchange of similar services on a noncommercial basis.
    The Internet has provided a medium for new growth in the bartering exchange industry. This growth prompts the following reminder: Barter exchanges are required to file Form 1099-B for all transactions unless certain exceptions are met. Refer to Barter Exchanges in Publication 525, Taxable and Nontaxable Income, and the instructions for Form 1099-B for additional information on this subject. Persons who do not contract a barter exchange but who trade services do not file Form 1099-B. However, they may be required to file Form 1099-MISC. If you are in a business or trade, you may be able to deduct certain costs you incurred to perform the work that was bartered. If you exchanged property or services through a barter exchange, you should receive a Form 1099-B (PDF), Proceeds From Broker and Barter Exchange Transactions. The IRS also will receive the same information.
    Please refer to our Bartering page for more information on bartering income and bartering exchanges.
    If you receive income from bartering, you may be required to make estimated tax payments. Refer to Publication 525, Taxable and Nontaxable Income, for additional information.
    Page Last Reviewed or Updated: September 23, 2011

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