The Bank of England said they were not going negative on interest rates, but now they are considering the alternative. The push to go cashless is worldwide, and countries around the world are all working on their CBDCs. Now, the Bank of England in on the cusp of going negative with their interest rates, and once this happens (and it most likely will), the banks will be charging its customers to store their cash in their volts.
There will be a push for negative interests rates in the US as well, because it will bring more revenue for an inevitable failing banking system. Our current system needs to be restructured to stay relevant, with that being said, they know that the clients of these banks will begin to accept the idea of going cashless just to preserve their capital. This narrative has been developing over the last few years, and with the onset of the Covid 19 pandemic, going cashless has been put into hyper speed. If you don’t see what’s going on by now, I simply can’t make it any clearer.
The world is going cashless, and we will be completely cashless in the next 3-5 years. We will all have digital wallets that will connect to our countries currencies, and will be inner operable to other countries so that we can seamlessly conduct business across boarders. The fourth industrial revolution is set in motion and there is no going back.
The US dollar is being devalued on a monthly bases, and very few people are paying attention. The US dollar will not be the world’s reserve currency. The implications of this removal will inevitably devalue the purchasing power of the money sitting in your account right now. The proof is in the developments, and the recent laws and legislation being passed every week. It’s not on mainstream media because you are suppose to be focused on what they want you to focus on. Open your minds, your eyes and witness the greatest wealth transfer in the history of mankind. You are either going to be the victim or the beneficiary. The choice is yours. Welcome to the great global reset.