The Sinister Side of Cash: Paper money fuels corruption, terrorism, tax evasion and illegal immigration—so the U.S. should get rid of the $100 bill and other large notes. By Kenneth Rogoff, major establishment economist and Harvard academic. The article presents the usual pretexts for banning cash. Really the globalists want everyone’s money in the banking system at all times, because they control the banking system. Imagine how much power they would have if they get to adjust your bank account depending on whether you please or displease them? And the economic control that comes from controlling all money?
More interesting is this comment:
Dear Professor Rogoff
1. How much of the Clinton fortune have been payed in cash ?
2. A major part of economic crime is committed by big banks, like Deutsche Bank. Since 2008 the big banks have payed $300 billion in fines to American and EU authorities for economic criminality.
3. The idea to ban cash is an old idea. It was first proposed by Herman Goering in 1938, in his role as head of the Nazi four year plan. The German people should only be able to use small IOU for petty transactions. This idea was opposed by the respected former head of the Reichbank, who was then fired and ended up in the concentration camp at Dachau.
4. Do you think all readers of WSJ are totally stupid and don´t know anything about German history ?
Now we can see old ideas from (socialist) Nazi Germany recycled by American university professors and sold as new.
Economic accountability is provided by money independent of government.