CASHLESS 💲💰 🚫 SOCIETY Right In Your FACE! / Hugo Talks

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  1. At exactly the same time I received an email from Hugo, along came one from Toolstation with their wonderful machine for paying by card, along with some free Google crap: I sent them an email, pointing out what we face if we go cashless, and advising them to watch some Hugo videos. It will not matter how much money you have, you will not be in control of it.

    • Good for you making that email
      It’s something I am going be doing now
      I email my discontent to many theses days!

      My gp surgery has had a bettering lol

  2. I said this before when they were trialling the two point authentication for groceries a couple of weeks ago… If they decline the way you normally pay, then simply empty your packed bags at the checkout, walk out taking your empty bags, leave them to deal with the mess. If everyone does this it will cause absolute chaos at the checkouts, destroying their plan.

  3. I seen a guy pay with his watch today, I too only ever use cash and never ever save those nectar cards or similar. For you can bet they will be used against persons at some point.

  4. Ditchley/Governors
    < Ditchley

    The Ditchley Foundation is an Anglo – Canadian – American network similar to the Bilderberg Group, and has a significant overlap in membership. One will also find overlap with the Integrity Initiative, like Ngaire Woods.
    The Foundation

    It is based at the mansion Ditchley Park in Oxfordshire, aims to promote international understanding and relations, especially Anglo-American relations, through a programme of around twelve annual conferences on matters of international interest.

    The foundation was established in 1958 by Sir David Wills, descendant of the tobacco importing family, W. D. & H. O. Wills of Bristol.

    At each conference, around forty international invitees are drawn from senior levels of politics, business, the armed forces, media, and academia. The current director is James Arroyo OBE, previously director for data at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, charged with adapting the organisation to the digital age.

    The meetings
    Ditchley is one of the hidden gems of the Transatlantic relationship… its role as a clearing house for ideas; a forum for debate and discussion; and a magnet for policymakers gives it a unique status. It is the intellectual expression of 'soft power' and a tribute to the pre-eminence of reason and rational debate."”
    John Major [1]
    Discussion at each two-day conference begins with all members present, before participants divide into three sub-groups, each having its own chairman and rapporteur to summarise proceedings. Proceedings end with one more conference-wide session.

    Discussions are private and non-attributable, under the Chatham House Rule, but a full account is produced by the Director, and posted on the Foundations website. (This setup is similar to the Bilderberg meetings)

    A permanent secretariat works at Ditchley, organising about 12 conference weekends per year. It is run, usually, by a retired ambassador. Some 40 people come to each weekend: one-third from America, one-third from Britain and one-third from the rest of the world. They are chosen for being bright, informed or influential on the matter in hand. [1]
    Ditchley House

    The 250 year-old palatial country house is equipped with modem conference rooms, interpretation circuits and CCTV. It is elegantly decorated with valuable antiques and priceless paintings.

    Ditchley Park has been a center of intrigue since it was purchased in 1933 by Ronald Tree, who was Minister of Information Duff Cooper's advisor on American affairs. Tree made the estate available to Prime Minister Winston Churchill during the early years of World War II when it was feared that Chequers could be a target for German bombers.

    During these years Ditchley became a meeting place and retreat for British and American leaders. Roosevelt emissary Harry Hopkins was Churchill's guest at Ditchley in January 1941 for discussion on troop morale; details of the Lend-Lease program were worked out amid the serene surroundings of Ditchley.[2]
    Related Quotation
    Page Quote Author
    Cyrus Vance “Ditchley conferences seed ideas and deepen understanding. The consequences have often been significant and have engendered contacts, friendships and working relationships which have influenced events and policies in many fields.”
    All in the shaddows ….. The Digital cashless society ….. Nice

  5. Stick thier 1 world goverence central blockchain right up thier hairy arses…… & that includes Pippa Malmgren { that specimen looks like it was a Man }
    Pippa Malmgren…………………………Ditchley/UK (Deep state milieu) Formation 1958
    …Krause, Rachel Lomax, Pierre Lortie, Kevin G Lynch, Bronwen Maddox, Pippa Malmgren, Peter Mandelson, David Manning, Francis Maude, Michael Kevin Moore, Rajay Dr [[Pippa Malmgren]]
    The Council of Management (2019)

    Honorary Life President: Lady Wills, JP

    Chairman: The Rt Hon Lord Hill of Oareford CBE

    Vice Chairman: Mr Philip Stephens
    Governors (2019)

    The Lord Charles Aldington Chairman, Machfast Group Ltd

    James Arroyo OBE Director

    The Lord Bilimoria of Chelsea, (Karan Bilimoria) CBE, DL Chairman, Cobra Beer Partnership Ltd

    Sir Rodric Braithwaite, GCMG Formerly British Ambassador to Russia

    The Lord Bridges of Headley, (James Bridges), MBE Senior Adviser to the Group Executive Chairman, Banco Santander

    Sir Andrew Cahn KCMG Chair, WWF (UK); Non-Executive Director of Huawei Technologies (UK) plc.

    The Lord Chadlington of Dean Chief Executive, Huntsworth plc

    Her Excellency Mrs Janice Charette Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    Mr Robert Conway Senior Director, Goldman Sachs

    Mr Bill Emmott Chair, International Institute for Strategic Studies and of the Japan Society of the U.K.

    Mr Steven Erlanger Chief Diplomatic Correspondent in Europe, New York Times.

    Dr Jonathan Eyal International Studies Director, Royal United Services Institute

    Mr Nicholas Ferguson CBE Chairman, Savills plc

    Mr Francis Finlay, CMG, OBE Chairman Emeritus, EastWest Institute.

    Ms Stephanie Flanders Senior Executive Editor for Economics and Head of Bloomberg Economics, Bloomberg LP

    Mrs Marjorie Neasham Glasgow BEM CEO, Ridge Clean Energy. President, The Glasgow Foundation.

    Dr Nik Gowing International Broadcaster; Visiting Professor, Kings College, London. Founder and Director Thinking the Unthinkable

    Mr Charles Grant, CMG Director, Centre for European Reform

    Sir Bernard Gray Executive Chairman, New Scientist magazine

    Sir Jeremy Greenstock, GCMG Chairman, Gatehouse Advisory Partners Ltd. Former diplomat and Director of The Ditchley Foundation.

    Sir Christopher Greenwood, GBE, CMG, QC Member, Iran-US Claims Tribunal

    The Rt Hon. Dominic Grieve QC MP Member of Parliament for Beaconsfield; Formerly Attorney General

    The Lord Hannay of Chiswick,(David Hannay) GCMG, CH Formerly Ambassador and UK Permanent Representative to the EU and UN

    Dr Rita E. Hauser President, The Hauser Foundation.

    Professor The Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield (Peter Hennessy) FBA Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History, Queen Mary, University of London

    The Rt Hon Lord Hill of Oareford (Jonathan Hill)CBE Chairman

    Sir John Holmes, GCVO, KBE, CMG Chairman, The Electoral Commission. Formerly Director, The Ditchley Foundation.

    Mr Jo Johnson MP Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Orpington

    Ms Suzanne Ferlic Johnson Vice President, Corporate and External Affairs, LLoyd’s Register Group Limited

    Ms Roula Khalaf Deputy Editor, Financial Times

    Mr Andrew Knight Chairman, Times Newspaper Holdings Ltd

    Mr Axel Krause Paris-based author and Journalist, and formerly Ditchley Representative in France

    Ms Rachel Lomax Deputy Chair, British Council

    Mr Pierre Lortie CM, FCAE Senior Business Advisor, Dentons Canada LLP

    The Honourable Kevin G Lynch PC, OC Vice-Chairman, BMO Financial Group

    Ms Bronwen Maddox Director, The Institute for Government

    Dr Pippa Malmgren Founder, DRPM Group

    The Lord Mandelson, (Peter Mandelson) PC Chairman, Global Counsel. Formerly Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and European Trade Commissioner

    Sir David Manning, GCMG, KCVO Formerly British Ambassador to the United States of America

    The Rt Hon. Lord Maude of Horsham (Francis Maude) Formerly Minister of State for Trade and Investment, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

    The Rt Hon. Michael Moore Senior Adviser, PWC. Formerly Secretary of State for Scotland.

    Mr Rajay Naik Chief Commercial Officer, Study Group. Formerly Director, The Open University.

    The Rt Hon. Baroness Neville-Jones of Hutton Roof (Lilian Neville-Jones DCMG Formerly Minister of State for Security

    Mr Paul Newman Former Chairman, ICAP Energy; Director, JC Rathbone Associates Ltd.

    Mrs Elizabeth Padmore Emeritus Trustee, Women for Women International – UK

    Mr Trevor Phillips OBE Director, Webber Phillips Limited; Chair, Green Park Interim and Executive Search; Chair, Index on Censorship.

    Ms Emma Reynolds MP Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton North East

    General The Lord Richards of Herstmonceux (David Richards)GCB, CBE, DSO, DL Chairman, Equilibrium Global Ltd. Formerly Chief of the Defence Staff.

    The Rt Hon. Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, (George Robertson) KT, GCMG, Hon FRSE, PC Special Adviser to BP plc. Formerly Secretary General, NATO, and Secretary of State for Defence.

    Mr Roland Rudd Chairman, Finsbury

    Marquess of Salisbury KG KCVO PC DL Chancellor of the University of Hertfordshire

    Mr Jeremy Shapiro Director of Research, European Council on Foreign Relations

    Sir Nigel Sheinwald, GCMG Visiting Professor, King’s College, London; Director, Royal Dutch Shell

    Sir Martin Smith Founder of Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Oxford University

    Dr Constanze Stelzenmüller Robert Bosch Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution

    Mr Philip Stephens Director of the Editorial Board and Chief Political Commentator, Financial Times

    The Rt Hon. Rory Stewart, OBE, MP Formerly Secretary of State for International Development

    Ms Jo Swinson CBE MP Leader of the Liberal Democrats

    Mr Michael Tang Chairman, Tang Industries

    Sir Paul Tucker Chair, Systemic Risk Council; Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School

    Dr Diana Walford, CBE, MD, BSc MSc FRCP, FRCPath, FFPH Chair, Board of Trustees, Regent’s University London

    Mr John Weston, CBE, MEng, FRAEng, FRAes Chairman: 7 Technologies Group and Brittpac

    Dr Catherine Wills Trustee

    Professor Sir Robert Worcester, KBE, DL Chairman, Magna Carta 800th Anniversary Commemoration Committee. Founder, MORI.
    Honorary Governors
    The Rt Hon. Baroness Virginia Bottomley, PC, DL Formerly Secretary of State for Health and for National Heritage

    The Rt Hon David Cameron Formerly Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2010-2016). Honorary Governor, The Ditchley Foundation.

    Mr Robert Cooper, KCMG, MVO Formerly Counsellor, EEAS, Council of the European Union.

    Sir Simon Fraser, GCMG Managing Partner, Flint Global Ltd. Formerly Permanent Under Secretary and Head of the Diplomatic Service.

    The Rt Hon. Sir Lawrence Freedman, KCMG, CBE, FBA, FKC Emeritus Professor of War Studies, King’s College London.

    Professor Timothy Garton Ash, CMG Professor of European Studies, University of Oxford and Isaiah Berlin Professorial Fellow, St Antony’s College, Oxford.

    Professor Sir Malcolm Grant, CBE, MA, LLD Chancellor, University of York. Former Chairman, NHS England.

    The Rt Hon Lord Hurd of Westwell, CH, CBE Formerly Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

    Mr Will Hutton Principal, Hertford College.

    Lady Judge, CBE Chairman, Astana Financial Services Authority. Chairman, Cifas. Chairman, SNOMED International.

    The Honorable Roy MacLaren, PC Formerly Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Minister of Trade.

    The Rt Hon Sir John Major, KG, CH Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.

    The Rt Hon David Miliband President and CEO, International Rescue Committee. Formerly Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

    Mr Glen Moreno Director, Fidelity International Limited.

    Mr Edward Mortimer, CMG Formerly Chief Speechwriter and Director of Communications to the Secretary General of the United Nations.

    Sir Richard Mottram, GCB Visiting Professor, LSE; formerly Permanent Secretary, UK Civil Service.

    Judge Hisashi Owada Formerly President and Judge at the International Court of Justice.

    The Rt Hon Lord Patten (Chris Patten) of Barnes, CH Chancellor of Oxford University. Formerly Member of the European Commission and Governor of Hong Kong.

    The Rt Hon. Baroness Prashar of Runnymede, CBE Formerly Chair of the Judicial Appointment Commission First Civil Service Commissioner.

    Lord Rees of Ludlow, OM, FRS, Hon. FBA Astronomer Royal. Formerly Master, Trinity College, Cambridge University.

    The Lord Ricketts, GCMG GCVO Former Permanent Secretary in the Foreign Office, National Security Adviser and Ambassador to France

    The Rt Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind, KCMG, QC Formerly Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

    Sir John Sawers, GCMG Executive Chairman, Newbridge Advisory. Formerly Chief of MI6 (2009-14).

    The Rt Hon Jack Straw Formerly Foreign Secretary, Home Secretary and Lord Chancellor

    Sir Kevin Tebbit, KCB, CMG Former diplomat and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Defence.

    Sir Crispin Tickell, GCMG, KCVO Formerly United Kingdom Permanent Representative to the United Nations.

    Sir John Vereker, KCB, KStJ Independent Director, AXA-XL London Companies.

    Mr Simon Webb, FICE Executive Director, The Nichols Group.

    The Rt Hon. the Lord Willetts, FRS Executive Chair, Resolution Foundation; Visiting Professor, King’s College, London. Formerly Minister for Universities and Science.

    The Rt Hon Baroness Williams of Crosby Formerly UK Secretary of State for Education and Science. Emeritus Board Member, the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), Washington DC.

    Professor Ngaire Woods Dean, The Blavatnik School of Government.
    Link for more,,,, The UK branch of the transatlantic deep state Ditchley Foundation list,,, down side of page

    • Looks like a list for the High chief executioner

  6. Shit rolls down the hill 🔺 wallow in the pity or stack it up and raise above . The kingdom of heaven is within . Even the 1% elite 👁 ‘ dangle on strings ‘ 👽

  7. I am a Brit living in the states. That American woman talks utter bullshit. The states have only just in the last 5 years or so introduced debit card and PIN. Credit cards are still signature only. People still get paid by cheque here. i was amazed how backward the US financial systems is. IF its coming in in the states its a very long way off. I agree with Hugo but its not happening here anytime soon. Oh can someone lend me ten bucks lol.

    • geyorgawking

      As an American I have had a debit card and pin for probably 20 years.

      I live in a very rural small town and even at our small elementary school most of my daughters PTA forms, school picture order forms, spirit wear forms etc all had QR codes on them to pay with your phone instead of sending back the envelope with cash. More and more restaurants are pushing the QR code on the menu to pay instead of paying the server. I recently took my daughter to a Disney on Ice show and the venue required EVERYONE to download Apple Pay or Google Pay to their phones in order to get in. No paper tickets were allowed because the tickets were in your Google/Apple wallet and the entire venue had gone cashless. It was either have those apps on your phone or no entry.

      All across the US Wal-Mart’s have been closing for so called deep cleaning for several days, oddly enough when they reopen there are tv surveillance monitors everywhere, at every checkout, at every self checkout and probably half the checkouts now don’t accept cash. I’m sure these surveillance screens have facial recognition capabilities.

      So in my personal experience I see things shifting towards cashless in the states.

  8. I for one don’t ever remember voting for a world government
    When the F did this become a thing ???

    • @Ken “When the F did this become a thing ???” In 1649 when King Charles I was assassinated by the Jews, and the Jews took over England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland through the setting up of the Bank of England in 1694.

  9. Meant barely existing not living on UC – hate bloody touchscreen

  10. has anybody thought of this nightmare council tax rent gas elec etc etc etc ie bills in a cashless society will be forcibly taken from you by force especially if your on universal credit death sentence from death dole cunts and you won’t get a say in it those council & dole bastards are already taking £400 plus off o my UC leaving me living on fresh air the crumbs that’s left and if you refuse to pay those council tax bastards will send you – like they’ve done me – a bill for all yrs you don’t pay they’ve done it to me they want £2594.23 for bills going back to 2001 and that’s on top of council tax benefit etc and council tax is illegal obviously it’s voluntary and the money pays for illegal wars etc etc banks gov those council tax bastards are never done sending me bills and they expect me to pay more money £57 or £59 quid out of the fresh air £121.odds once every 17 days huh they can fuckoff and when this cashless shit starts for real and even more folk put on UC coz since 2020 the amount o folk on UC coz o covi crap has quadroopled it’s all gonna leed to fucking war bring it on n for folk that think folk on dole live like millionaires they deserve a big nasty reality check in the form of life on Universal credit hell bcoz UC is hell going without even the basics plus prices going sky high in April is gonna be unbearable having to fight to survive everyday barely expiating not living & yet refugees come to uk and it’s fucking party time no bills no debt not having to pay the sky high prices nxt month bills food elec gas etc etc for refugees it’s freedom for rest of uk it’s like it or lump it refugee kids comming here to Scotland trauma kids while – ( our kids ) – in care get ignored refugee kids get teddies while – ( our kids ) – in care get nothing absolutely disgusting saw that on newspaper headline reg refugee kids comming to Scorland in local paper in corner shop today they’re here in Scotland already- but – not in this house no fucking way never – plus – just had thought cashless society no money all digital then blackouts and you can’t pay your bills if you can’t get money out of a atm if there are no atm’s or money but don’t go cashless use cash – everybody needs the – death by thousand cuts book by Peter stone – Amazon it’s absolutely brilliant 100%

  11. Already when you take cash out of a cash machine you get a question air come up on the screen asking questions like should we stop using cash machines or should shops still be allowed to accept cash? So the pressure is on with these companies now to push this agenda fast. Now a the time to start using cash more when buying. Don’t let the parasites get their way.

  12. Thanks again Hugo. People are correct, these are the ends times, and we can have complete certainty that everything will ultimately be OK. However, it’s not an option to sit back & do nothing because there are people to wake up & save !!

  13. It’s the people who refuse to consent to this incoming system who must naturally suffer first, as the changes come into effect. But what I think will happen, as the years progress and “the angrier world” begins to manifest itself is; some who bought into the system and thought themselves above those “poorer classes” who didn’t or wouldn’t buy in, will begin to have the noose tighten around their digital necks and their freedoms, and will begin to feel the squeeze, realizing what an uncomfortable grip the world masters have over them, and the truths having been suppressed all this time will then have an outburst…

    This will then be the cross-over point, where the presently consenting masses will awaken and THIS will be the point at which the world will see it, and can’t so easily turn back… The world masters know this, and I believe this is why they are working OVERTIME to convince as many nations and people as they can with their mechanisms of control – Namely comfort, convenience, consumerism and the notion of a “Better World”; Especially the Tech, and the desired move to “Transhumanism”.

    Keep the minds of people preoccupied and enslaved, so that when and if that moment does come, those control mechanisms will have already worked so well that they’ll be too lethargic to even care.. Like ants on sticky pop…

    I think Western society in general is reaching its peak; this particular age of empire and civilization must necessarily undergo the revolutions of ages as history has apparently shown:

    Wars and conquests, rise of technological advancements, ease of living, mass migrations, perversion of inherently native/moral values, malleable and mixed populaces, destruction – Just it’s our turn now.

    But it ain’t over yet, and it’s how we come out of this that will determine the out come.

  14. 100% agreed with what you stated.

    I believe the solution however is not retreating to use of hard paper money.
    It all comes down to “what blockchain people use”
    This could be a lengthy discussion but I believe the solution could be along these lines:

    1-unblockable internet service supported by ordinary private individuals
    2-block chain services backed up by distributed private secure nodes with encrypted transactions
    3-encouraging people to migrate and trade in those assets

    we already have the blockchain technology working for people toward their transaction anonymity.

    Even from the early days, they were/are so afraid of the blockchain that they had to turn it against us.
    This is why they’re trying to make people think/believe that all blockchains are the same.
    Not all knives are the same, some could be used on our throats, but we can also use then to defend ourselves.

  15. You will have to have the quantum dot tattoo under your wrist to make a payment or access buildings , public transport etc. This will be under the wrist palm side up. You see , along with the tattoo you get a bonus of nano tubes and graphene particles. Be a bad boy or girl and the next time you swipe you get a small electric charge which causes teslaphoresis. This is formation of electrical wires at a distance. This will kill you within seconds. Think what happened at the Astroworld concert.

  16. this fight has properly been planned for decades Hugo…you say use cash but who owns money ? the government lol the day they declare cash is worthless…guess what.. its over. We play there money game. The only currency that held power to the people is gold an silver as thats true value! its the only way ahead if you want to fight the system! using cash wont work…its there money haha!

    • Had a look really Interesting mark

      Thank you for sharing

  17. Whilst we are here on Earth we can restrain evil by prayer and by doing practically what Hugo suggests. The Restrainer is The Holy Spirit. God is looking for those among us who will worship in Spirit and truth.
    We do have to choose sides we can’t have one foot in The Lord’s camp and one foot in the devil’s.
    14 “Now therefore, fear the Lord, serve Him in sincerity and in truth, and put away the gods which your fathers served on the other side of the River and in Egypt. Serve the Lord! Joshua 24:14 NKJV

  18. When cash first come out it was just like a credit note for the equivalent worth of gold/silver….but now cash is king when its just the way we’ve come to except it…
    I wonder when digital currency comes in maybe people will start doing black market deals with commodities…
    .like tabbaco, or weed…or homegrown food products or alcohol……I will have to get another water distiller so I can make some more ethanol lol..
    They will never take our freedom !

  19. Walking the coastal path recently the only toilets available required a card to enter. There was no cash option to enter the toilets.🤢💩

  20. For nearly two years now I have boycotted any establishment which does not offer the option of paying by cash. But just as important I inform the business owner or manager that they have lost my custom and the reason why. If we all do this those that currently don’t take cash will start to do so again pronto.
    The one that annoys me though is my local health club of which I am a member which will not take cash in payment at the bar/restaurant since the beginning of the scamdemic. I have emailed their head office and spoken to the manager locally all to no avail. I explained that it’s not like being on the high street where more than likely I have an option to go elsewhere – in the health club I have no choice. Accordingly I have boycotted buying any stuff there (club rules don’t permit you eating/drinking your own stuff in the clubroom although having checked the rules that doesn’t cover on the patio outside!).
    There a new gym opening up locally in May with much lower subscriptions to I plan to go there and cancel my membership at the health club – they hate people leaving (would you believe you have to give three months notice) and I will take great delight in telling them why I am leaving.

  21. ive said it all along no such thing as a free lunch £1000 phone £50 ….

  22. I have friends who are awake to all the madness and they still use their phone to pay for everything and they still use apps and scan QR codes. I’m the only one in my life who is awake and willing to drop the “conveniences”.

  23. cash is fookin king.. hardlys use my card..if ya dont listen sheeple were doomed so fookin wake up

  24. I used petrol station at sainsbury s this morning
    they now slowly making the pumps ‘card only’
    As only half the side was cash ? Rest was ‘card only’
    Same as Asda supermarket most them tills self serving are ‘card only’

    Horrible horrible control freaks

    Thank you Hugo
    Your a spot-on gezza trying help us All,
    Really appreciate it .

    • O and I took the time to wait for a cash pump I just sat listening to some music stayed chill lol

      It was bit longer but I rather keep cash a people!!!

  25. There are many people in this world who would not choose this route. The more we make the effort to use cash, as you say, the more it sends the message that we don’t want a cashless society. These governing institutions, as long as they wish to pretend to be democratic, need the vast majority of people and businesses to go along with the increasing digitalisation of money exchange. If people complain loud enough and with the choices they make themselves – it becomes more difficult.

    This direction of movement reminds me of trying to make human societies more like, for example, ant societies – where individuals no longer behave individually – but as dictated by chemical signals – for the benefit of the ‘whole’. You could take this further and look at it in the way of an organism, which has the cells of its body working ‘for the good of the whole’. Individuals become only worth the use they are to the whole colony/organism/system. Human beings are not made to live this way – or to be happy/healthy like this. Neither is it good for society to dumb people down into animals that are no longer allowed to think or act for themselves.

    I do hope the majority of people wake up to realise that they don’t want to live like this – and that the system will not look after those who are not able to look after themselves.

  26. better life huh is that bitch on crack or what seriously this is a huge mistake on every level I seriously can’t believe how gulable the uk has become it’s embarrassing and I really can’t believe it’s 2 yrs down the line n we’re all still in this covi crap the “ old normal “ seems like lifetime ago a mean are folk really that thick they can’t see the obvious a mean ya watch the movies it looks terrifying but ya go outside & nothing this cashless society is gonna lead to serious war it’s gonna tip everybody over the edge oh n as for the wealthy don’t need cash wtf am sick to death of those cunts dictating everything why doesn’t none of those hackers hack they’re fucking bank accounts ???? Hmmmm I can’t believe it’s even got to this stage already I remember when covi crap started a thought wtf now 2 yrs later am thinking ffs change the fucking record boring as hell now so pathetic blah blah blah

  27. You say you can only do so much Hugo; I think you do more than you realise. Keep it up!

  28. They want total control and this will be checkmate if and when it comes in. Imagine this scenario…You haven’t had your jab this month so you turn up for fuel and are refused service as a result, your power without cash has gone and it’s not coming back. As stated in the video they want to know who you are what your doing what your spending where you are and with whom 24/7/365. The next generation have been set up for this for the past 25years.

  29. Spot on Hugo but to late, they have all gone to the Fairies, I have tried and tried , the Narrative Followers are well gone and are sleep walking into a Totalitarian Society but 100% to you.

  30. Will drug cartels, mafia and organised crime be going digital?

  31. How true you are but why don’t normal people realise this. They no longer seem to have any common sense since they took the Covid jabs.

  32. I always pay by cash. Everyone should pay cash for items in shops, restaurants etc to make it more difficult to bring this in. It was the covid stuff that started the push by the government towards paying by card as they said cash was dangerous as it could spread disease. What a load of crap that idea is. I always paid cash in 2020 where possible. I didnt succeed when buying a train ticket in 2020 and had to do contactless as the guy in the ticket office was paranoid about handling cash and thought that my £10 note was covered in viruses despite the fact that it was brand new and clearly unused (at the time the new £10 notes had just been introduced) but I have managed to revert to using cash to catch a train now. Certainly

    • Well said Pete. I’ve realised over the last 2 years what these control freaks are doing, so I use cash as often as possible for fuel, in the supermarket, garden centre, restaurant etc. If an establishment doesn’t take cash, don’t deal with them and let them know. There is no evidence whatsoever that cash spreads disease either. It was a scam, as is Covid, to push the cashless society. I recommend everyone pay cash whenever possible, that’s what we used to do and it works fine.

  33. You can pray , repent of your sin and put your trust in the Lord Jesus Christ. We have a hope for the future. Is your sin so great that you want to hang on to it?

    • I stated on hear two yrs ago.. the cashless society will happen.
      This was at the beginning of the covid madness!
      It was and always has been about total control..
      People just don’t get it!! We are ruled by satanic whores. Media, politicians etc. Masonic junkies!!
      They banished God from the public square, they will persecute you, if you stand firm in the truth of our Lord!
      They promote all the perversions as normal, or equal rights, all from the bowels of hell!
      Once you accept this, they have you in their clutches! I choose! “JESUS CHRIST” come what may!
      Telling the little one’s they can change sex..
      “woe to those who lead the little one’s astray” No mercy!
      Unless repentance! God is good!
      Some sheep will never get it! Can’t see the forest for the trees!
      It’s all unfolding before our very eyes, as I said it would!
      “Jesus christ is the way the truth and the life, no one goes to the father except through me”
      Repent in Jesus Christ’s name! Believe and be saved.. There is no other way to God, whoever says otherwise is a liar…
      “Godless west has fallen into the pit” they chase the things of this world and the lusts of the flesh.. They will do..
      God bless!
      Christ is king!

  34. What a Pig – In your last few months of shopping freedom make sure you spend plenty of cash in Tesco – And while you are their at your local store see the new barriers and screens going in… complain to management and HQ.. educate our staff as to what is happening! if you don’t stop the government programming here we have had it! Your Tesco CEO maybe a raving demon lizard but most (99%) of our workers are not!
    Thank Our Staff for their hard work Today
    Shop in Tescos – Buy Shares in Tesco
    Join us at the

  35. The next vaxx will have the money chip in it? It looks like going that way. You cannot have a cashless society without the chip. Just as predicted decades ago.

  36. It’s idiotic. If money is digital then if the computer system goes down, or there is no electricity then everything stops, even buying food, and there would be instant riots. Perhaps this is why the food shortages and rationing are planned. Anyway, imagine an enemy dropping a weapon that creates a high altitude EMP. It would cripple an entire country instantly – kaput. The end.

    But people will accept it, they’ll probably think they’re getting free crypto and will become rich, rich, rich beyond their wildest dreams.

    • Even with cash, if the tills are down, you won’t be buying anything

  37. If you are wondering how this is all possible then here’s something for you. It is my conclusion that between 50-70% of the people in this country are non-sentient. This is not a joke although it does sound like one.

    • I agree, about 30-60% are non human.They simply grunt if you mention any of this or chemtrails or vax deaths or anything like that.
      I am sorry to say that if these get sick or die then we might make it but if they continue they will bring us down.
      Ole Dammegard talks about the Wallenberg family being a key in this NWO.
      I am trying my best but doing the shadow work and listening to Rupert Spira who is a great teacher of spirituality.

  38. Don’t just lie down & let them walk over you. I tell customers who praise the power of the card that it’s better than money, if you don’t use it you’ll loose it!!! Also, I still can’t get my head round the fact that coinage is the only Legal Tender, so how does digital work????

  39. They started off with the bullshit of notes spread infections and then said dont touch cash tills because of “spreading”😀….
    Its been bollocks anyway and the world economic forum clearly state they want digital ID and surveilance…
    What makes me laugh is people are so used to contactless that they forget there pun numbers for cash machines and when the contactless signal goes down….
    There fucked and i seen it happen in shops to people…
    Theres no future in it

  40. The world is quickly turning further and further away from the truth, further and further away from God.

    The world is being setup for the coming Antichrist and his One World Government, One World Currency (digital, “Mark of the Beast”), and One World Religion (headed by the false prophet), all of which is spoken of in the bible.

  41. once they take the cash option away, they have total control, over every aspect of our lives, do not let this happen.

    • We should use our own cash between us like minded people.

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