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[–] ReAwakened 0 points 50 points (+50|-0) ago 

... and to be able to shut you off at the tap if you don't toe the party line.

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[–] Gargilius 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

...and/or as a means to de facto ban legal activities that they cannot make illegal via due process. This has already happened (think commerce of firearms and ammunitions); what’s next? my own guess : books, the hard copy version, not eBooks that can easily be banned or modified after purchases... or perhaps as a means to banning some people from traveling, etc. it will not come all at once, but in increments.

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[–] RealBiggly 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

They're already doing that in China.

In some ways, as a 50+ man, I envy my 22 year old daughter, as she's just becoming an adult in an exciting, fast-paced world that is going to change dramatically, with incredible technology, social shifts, understanding and enlightenment.

On the other hand I'm glad I have lived the life I did, when I did, driving the cars I have, the bikes I've ridden, the music, and tapes, then CDs then MP3s, the stickypaged porn mags, the VHS porn, the DVD porn, the free gigabytes of porn.. the relatively free and fun society I lived in, with cash and freedom and hunting rabbits and all sortsa shit. Because long before she reaches my age I don't think driving your own car, when you like, where you like, how you like with the route you like, will be allowed. In fact pretty much everything, from the moment you wake up to the moment you sleep - and maybe even your dreams - will be monitored, inspected, assessed, measured, and ultimately judged by people and software that absolutely disrespect the very concepts of freedom, privacy or being left the fuck alone.

At the end of this month I'm taking a big black 4x4 truck, with all the off-road goodies, on an adventure through some SE Asian jungles and logging roads. I'll be camping overnight for a few nights, tackling some of the toughest terrain, doing my best to beat it into submission with the roaring growl of a stage-3 turbodiesel and mud terrain tires. My truck will belch black smoke, make a lot of noise, rip and shit upon nature and at times literally bulldoze its way through some rainforest.

Why?

Because I can. Because it's fun, it's exciting, it's a fucking adventure, and because it's exactly what limp-wristed cunts want to make impossible, what already IS impossible in most of the world.

And because its a fucking rainforest; give it a week and you'd never know I was there. And if I don't come back you'll never, ever, find me.

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[–] drysoup333 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

tow or toe? I'm imagining a world where I have to stick my toe in a bunch of holes (biometric security) to make a withdrawal.

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[–] bowyang 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

Toe. It means to keep your toe on the line.

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[–] ALIENS2222 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Either is correct actually... Tow the like is like.. dragging a line (non-steel rope) burdened by a large weight. TOE the line is what you do whe someone draws a 'line in the sand'. You put your toe accross it and raise your fists to fight them. In the first you are a slave and in the second you are a man.

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[–] MuricaPersonified 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Toe. As in you keep your toe strictly on that side of the line. Towing the line is something you do during bridge construction.

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[–] robot7247 ago 

"Oh, but venmo & apple pay are so convenient..."

/until you lose your phone after a night of bar crawling, no uber, no food, no nothing...

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[–] Xax 0 points 26 points (+26|-0) ago 

Cashless society is bad. Every transaction is transparent to big brother and allows banks to rob you of your savings through negative interest rates.

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[–] Gorillion 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago 

Yep, and certain people will be banned from buying certain things.

Red Flag Laws won't be just for guns, but for everything.

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[–] d33t 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Negative interest rates, like compulsory health insurance, is an end-run around the rule of law: "no taxation without representation".

Others have correctly pointed out avenues for abuse, such as cutting off access to goods and conducting exjudicious surveillance.

The US already has laws that discourage large cash payments. I believe $10,000 is the magic number that requires the seller to report the transaction to the feds, which may result in that cash being seized under civil asset forfeiture laws until you prove that said cash was legally obtained.

It is of paramount importance that awakened whites form a parallel society before things like this come to pass, so that we have the capacity to opt out of ZOG currency to the greatest extent possible.

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[–] GinTrain 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Look into XMR, not all things are created equal.

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[–] Trash_Panda 2 points 1 point (+3|-2) ago 

Crypto

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[–] Planetoftheclown 1 point 1 point (+2|-1) ago 

Sure. Lets go buy some groceries.....oh damn....they don't accept crypto. Now you're going to tell me some internet site accepts crypto that I can buy groceries from......but what happens when they "deplatform" you?

Out of all the payment options, crypto is the most cumbersome to use and the least reliable. And since IPv6 is used to key a device to your identity it'll be easy to cut you off from it.

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[–] Neongreen 1 point 1 point (+2|-1) ago 

That's all good until they turn the internet off.

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[–] BlackSheepBrouhaha 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago 

Negative interest rates are the number #1 reason you should hold some cash and metals.

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[–] anticlutch 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago 

... and some lengths of rope, and a few thousand rounds of ammo per gun.*

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[–] ChaosCrusader 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Rifle plates in a carrier and a modern helmet. Some basic trauma supplies like pressure dressings and tourniquets.

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[–] ChickenYiddle 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

Pro tip:

A hole in the ground is mother natures interest free bank.

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[–] ALIENS2222 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

It is robbed by making up paper derivates and selling them as if they are the same as whatever you put in the hole thus decreasing its value. Imagine that... Stealing from you with out ever even knowing where your hole is... Advanced Kikery.

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[–] prairie 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

You really have to blame the (relative) masses for valuing the paper the same as the real thing.

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[–] totallynotFBI 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Then they get it via inflation.

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[–] senpaithatignoresyou 1 point 7 points (+8|-1) ago 

Ok then...

Welcome to the tide pod economy.

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[–] persiangovernment 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I’ve heard about the Tide Pod Challenge, but not the Tide Pod Economy. What’s that about ?

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[–] senpaithatignoresyou 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Tide has a black market value. You can be civil forfeitured for cash, but not the goods you are carrying. So people trade goods instead of cash for other goods. Tide is a big one because you always need detergent.

Lego is another big one.

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[–] Nebor 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Jesus christ, something nogs actually invented.

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[–] Gorillion 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

That and Jenkem.

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[–] shrink ago 

I don't think crypto will go very far in a true SHTF scenario. Imagine a crash so bad that internet and phones are cut, or worse yet, all power altogether. Just hypothetically. Your massive investment means nothing unless the power is on, and you can't exchange it or use it for anything whatsoever until it is. Add to that the fact that crypto is super volatile: imagine you sink 100k into crypto, then a collapse of society comes, and you now attempt to use your crypto to get any goods but it's now worth 50k. Again, hypothetical, since you'd assume crypto would increase in worth IF people used it in place of trading goods during a collapse. Still, you'd need power and an internet connection to make crypto any good and it's beyond the ken of most people, so in such a collapse, your neighbor is going to look at you like an alien if you try to give him 1/32 BTC for a shotgun of his.

You can make a lot of money predicting trends and speculating, but I am severely skeptical of any pragmatic use of crypto in a serious scenario where electronic social connectivity is all cut off. I'd much rather bank on precious metals and goods, and even precious goods that become worth their weight in gold (like gasoline, lighters, cigarettes, liquor, etc.)

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[–] d33t 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I would invest in this order: weapons, goods, skills, and metal.

Weapons allow you to safely participate in trade and protect your goods at rest.

Survival goods for yourself (clean water and food) and luxury goods for trade (as you mentioned, liquor, lighters, etc). I rank goods higher than skills because, while skills are absolutely essential, the act of buying goods is a minimal time investment for the security you receive. Also, books on edible wildlife, survival, trades/skills, etc.

Skills: your survival goods will not last forever; you must learn how to generate clean water and food yourself or you must learn a useful skill others will be willing to trade goods to receive.

Metals are the lowest priority: "you can't eat gold" Eventually, they may be useful for trade once the post-industrial society takes shape, but you will not live long enough to see that if you do not have those other prerequisites.

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[–] WickedVocalist ago 

The irony is the power would default way before the us treasury.

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[–] Gorillion 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago  (edited ago)

Nobody is giving you squat for your crypto if financial markets collapse. And the second you flash some shiny metals, ten guys each with claw hammers they got for $5 ten years ago will follow you home and take the rest of your stash. Or just hold you down and break your bones until you tell them in return for a speedy death.

Anybody who thinks they have a big collapse figured out isn't paying attention. There are multiple fracture points in play right now. Financial shit will just be the excuse everyone has been waiting for to act out. Whites didn't stop having children because they're "infertile". They stopped having children because they're subconsciously gearing up for war/a return to a (hopefully brief) savage state.

Anyone attempting to "play merchant games" and profit from the chaos will be treated like a merchant (ie: as a member of a hated out-group while people become exclusively fixated on their own in-groups).

And if you're just bragging "Hey, I got mine" and thinking you've got a "partial collapse" figured out, you're likely still only gonna breed distrust and hate within your chosen social grouping.

Basically, shut the fuck up. If you got a stash, all power to you. If you prepped, same. But the first rule of Preppers Club is that you don't talk about it. The whole point is to keep that shit a secret. Which you can't seem to do. So enjoy your eventual routing.

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[–] Doc_Shotgun 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

This is the absolute most kiked thing I have ever heard. Only kikes would think of negative interest rates and think, "This is a good idea."

Especially since this just pushes you to consume, consume, consume(!) because holding on to money doesn't help you in the long run it actually costs you. Fuck kikes, they seriously need to be purged.

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[–] liberal_cat93 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

More Jewish number games lol

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