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They want to get rid of cash for a reason – Dr Vernon Coleman

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by Dr Vernon Coleman MB Chb DSc

The disappearance of cash is accelerating and is an essential step in the move towards a digital world. It was one of the things I warned about in my first video ‘The Coronavirus Hoax’ back in March 2020.

Small towns everywhere are now without a single bank. In Britain, half of the bank branches have closed. Nearly a quarter of free to use cash machines have gone. Seven Parliamentary constituencies in the UK have seen every bank branch close. Banks used the fake threat of covid (now proven to be nothing more than the rebranded flu) to accelerate closure programmes.

It is the elderly and those living in the countryside who suffer most. This is no accident, of course.

The plan is to get rid of the elderly. And to force country dwellers to move into high rise apartments in large towns and cities.

Moreover, thanks to the enthusiasm of the dim witted collaborators (many of whom are still wearing their stupid, deadly dangerous masks) there are now fewer shops which will take cash. It’s almost impossible to buy petrol or diesel without using plastic. The collaborators love their little cards because they don’t see where it’s leading.

As I warned last year, the Bank of England is introducing its own version of bitcoin. But this one is special. It’s all part of the digital currency world and the digital ID they’re forcing on us. They’re going to fix the fake currency so that you can’t use it to buy booze if you are an alcoholic and you can’t buy chocolate if you’re overweight. There will be no fast cars or racing bikes for anyone.

The digital currency will make it very easy for you to pay all your taxes and utility debts because they’ll just help themselves to whatever they want.

And the new government controlled digital money will mean that you can’t buy anything if you’re considered a bad person.

And just who is a bad person?

I’m afraid that’s easy to answer. A bad person is anyone who doesn’t have their jab or wear their mask.

Anyone who reads a banned book, visits a proscribed website or watches a video prohibited by the mainstream media is a ‘bad’ person.

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