Major Financial Epidemic Coming Out Of… India?

By Caroline Bledowski, staff writer

Take out those dollar bills you have hidden in your safe or in between your book covers…

Very soon, they might be worthless.

India just outlawed their 500 and 1,000 rupee bills. Here’s why you should pay attention to this…

As a country with more than a billion people, India makes up 15% of our entire world population. That alone should make us pay attention.

But that’s not why you should be concerned…

In fact, this problem has nothing to do with India.

This is just the latest step in a global development towards a world without cash. In other words…

A world built on money that doesn’t actually exist.

Take a look at some of the other disturbing developments around the world…

Italy and France made cash transactions over 1,000 Euros illegal…

The entire European Union announced they are getting rid of the 500-Euro-note…

And former U.S. Treasury Larry Summers suggested we do the same with the $100 bill…

Already, there are more and more places in the world where you simply can’t buy anything with real, hold-in-your-hand cash.

In Louisiana, you can’t buy gold with cash in some places…

England just opened its first cashless café…

Do you see where this is going?

This is not something that will happen in the distant future. It’s not a problem “our grandkids will have to deal with.” This is happening right here, right now.

And it will soon affect you and your family as well.

But why is living without cash a bad thing? First…

You can say goodbye to your privacy.

If you pay electronically, there’s a record of your transaction on your bank’s servers and with the IRS, since banks are required to share this information with them.

Which means both your bank and the government know more about intimate details of your life than your closest friends.

They know how much you earn… where you shop… what you buy… and how much money you spent on hobbies, those that you tell your family about and, well… those that you don’t.

Second, and this is more important…

The government has complete control over your life.

Or at least, it could if it needed to.

Just imagine being at the gas station, but suddenly your credit card doesn’t work. You call your bank and they tell you the government just froze your assets because you haven’t paid your back taxes…

What are you going to do?

How are you going to buy food for your family… your bills… and other life necessities?

Nowadays, we depend on access to our money more than anything else.

When the government controls your access to cash, they control your life.

What can you do?

There are, in fact, a few ways to “detach” yourself from this cashless system – and keep the government out of your life effectively.

I can’t get into all of them right here…

But there’s a video – available for free online – that financial research firm Casey Research put together. It explains what you can do to prepare yourself for a cashless world, and how to take advantage of the last remaining freedom refuges.

Click here to go straight to the video (it’s free)