Thrivetime Show: Latest monkeypox scare is a push for cashless money system, warns Clay Clark
The latest monkeypox scare
claiming that the disease can be spread through money and other objects is a push for a cashless system, according to "Thrivetime Show" host Clay Clark.
"This article that is written in People magazine
is starting the narrative that monkeypox is spread primarily through physical money. So this article says, 'Can monkeypox spread through objects like doorknobs?' It seems unbelievable, but it's a fact that this is a factual article. It did exist and they are trying to suggest right now that monkeypox can be spread through physical money and the solution would be to not have physical money," Clark said during the August 11 episode of his show.
"They are trying to say we should move into a cashless system."
quoted an expert named Dr. Linda Yancey, who said that monkeypox can be spread primarily through high-touch items like money, doorknobs and shopping carts that have the potential for transmission. (Related: Here it comes - Globalists call for cashless society in response to coronavirus, warning physical money is dirty
The organizer and host
of the ReAwaken America Tour also showed a video clip from "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast wherein host Joe Rogan and his guest British activist Maajid Nawaz talked about digital currency.
Nawaz quoted an article that said digital cash could be programmed to ensure it is only spent on essentials or goods which an employer or government deems to be sensible.
Precious metals may also play a role in cashless system
If people don't want to be held hostage by the government in a cashless system, they may consider investing in precious metals.
Precious metals expert Andrew Sorchini, one of Clark's guest during the show, said there are actually people bartering gold and silver for fun just to prove that it can be done.
"And when people press for a perfect example of how it would work, I just explain to them that we would have to be in a true emergency situation where the fiat currency that we call the dollar right now is not being used and truly not trusted by most where we would have some agreed value on each silver coin or gold coin that we use. And it would be in a place we'd have ways to communicate it and be able to pass it on to others and it wouldn't take long for us to set that up," Sorchini explained.
While the dollar remains strong, it's not exactly indestructible.
Retired United States Army Lieutenant General Michael Flynn told Clark that the U.S. dollar will lose its strength when other currencies like the Chinese yuan and Russian ruble start to rise. Flynn added that when the U.S. dollar weakens, the entire national security of America and every fabric of American society will also crumble.
And contrary to Biden's prediction, the Russian ruble has emerged as one of the world's top performing currencies in 2022
"As a result of our unprecedented sanctions, the ruble was almost immediately reduced to rubble," Biden said on March 26. "The Russian economy is on track to be cut in half. It was ranked the 11th biggest economy in the world before this invasion — and soon, it will not even rank among the top 20."
Two months later, the ruble surpassed Brazil's real to become "the world's best performing currency this year," according to Bloomberg
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