Karen Hudes Whistleblower: When Board of Governors fires and bankrupts Okoro, agent of Banking Cartel & World Bank’s Sr. VP & General Counsel & nobody defends Okoro

25 Apr

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When Board of Governors fires and bankrupts Okoro, agent of Banking Cartel & World Bank’s Sr. VP & General Counsel & nobody defends Okoro         https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/dctvteleprompt4.18.17.1.pdf  We are at checkmate. Tonight, 6pm EST War on Cash: http://www.dctv.org/live
Broken link means Banking Cartel agrees we are at checkmate


Good evening, I am your host Karen Hudes. This show is a weekly Series called the Network of Global Corporate Control that has been coming to you from DCTV for nearly two years. Today’s segment is pre-recorded and is about the “War on Cash.” Thanks to DCTV, Carmen Stanley, Studio Producer; Maurice Jackson, Audio and Prompter; and __________ Floor Director.

Australia is setting up a taskforce, to be headed by former KPMG global chairman Michael Andrew, to draw on the experience of France, where the government is banning cash payments of over 1000 euros, and Sweden, where businesses that trade in cash are required to use a certified cash register that is seen by tax authorities. Harvard professor and economist Ken Rogoff is once again leading the chorus of high-level academics and officials who declare cash is only for criminals. He made his case in a recent Wall Street Journal editorial called the “Sinister Side of Cash.” The solution, he declares, is to simply get rid of anything but the smallest bank notes. What is coming next? Microchips. These are already in used by some companies in Sweden: The syringe slides in between the thumb and index finger. Then, with a click, a microchip is injected in the employee’s hand. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/sweden-workers-microchip-implantcash-card-id-pass-replace-employee-hand-epicenter-rice-grain-size-a7670551.html

At the Swedish company Epicenter, the company implants its workers with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers, or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand.

“The biggest benefit I think is convenience,” said Patrick Mesterton, co-founder and CEO of Epicenter. As a demonstration, he unlocks a door by merely waving near it. “It basically replaces a lot of things you have, other communication devices, whether it be credit cards or keys.” Credit cards are replacing cash, the US Federal Reserve has shown in a study: The monthly shares of three payment instruments continued to be largest: 31.1 percent for debit cards, 25.6 percent for cash, and 23.3 percent for credit cards, while the share of electronic payments rose a significant 1.2 percentage points to 10.5 percent. https://www.bostonfed.org/publications/research-data-report/2016/2014-survey-ofconsumer-payment-choice-summary-results.aspx

What is wrong with this? With cash purchases, there is no control. There are no privacy issues. There is freedom. We have been showing the corruption in our money system. Getting rid of cash is the last frontier of freedom.

I found out recently that the International Monetary Fund has disclosed plans for a cashless society. After I tweeted the IMF’s paper, the document was removed from the internet. This only confirmed people’s worst fears. I will read you from the pdf document that I emailed to the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and mission to the UN, and then tweeted on April 14th. Three days later the blog disclosing the IMF’s study was taken down from the internet.

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