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The cashless economy – an ‘unintended’ cost of avoiding contact? — Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

Posted by M. C. on June 23, 2020

Bank branches and ATMs set to close across Australia as the pandemic shifts Aussies into the ‘cashless economy’. Unintended? Not in my opinion. If you’ve had your finger on the Agenda 21/30 pulse you’ll know that’s always been the end game. That dear Kiwi man Barry Smith told those who would listen in the 1970s […]

via The cashless economy – an ‘unintended’ cost of avoiding contact? — Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

2 Responses to “The cashless economy – an ‘unintended’ cost of avoiding contact? — Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch”

  1. Banks are not closing in Melbourne, the hot spot of Australia Covid-19. They were open and had customers as usual this afternoon 2020 June 23rd.

  2. Kenneth T. said

    Not unintended by any means.
    All these things happening are planned far in advance.

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