“What’s really terrifying about the war on cash,” warns former Congressman Robert Bauman, “is that the average American will be blindsided by the dire consequences of a ‘cashless society.’”
As Bauman explains: “If all your money is simply digits in a computer system, the IRS and other government agencies can legally tap into your savings when they deem it necessary and take as much of YOUR money as they want.”
Bauman isn’t alone in his warning.
Ron Paul scornfully said: “There’s an attack on cash right now … This is something very serious economically, it’s an issue of liberty, it’s an issue of privacy.”
And former CIA adviser James Rickards wrote in his book, The Death of Money, that cash will soon be worthless.
Unfortunately, this covert plan to kill the dollar is nearly complete. A mere 13.6% of our currency is now physical dollars.
Wall Street and political elites are celebrating. Harvard economist and Democratic Party favorite Larry Summers already declared: “It’s time to kill the $100 bill.” And former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich announced: “Physical money is just going to cease to exist.”
And when paper money ceases to exist, look out!
With the push of a single button, Washington will be able to steal the wealth of any hardworking American who does not learn how to legally hide their wealth from the U.S. government.
Don’t think a government would steal wealth from its citizens?
“Look, for example, what happened in the Mediterranean paradise of Cyprus in March of 2013,” Bauman points out. “The government seized 40% of all bank deposits over €100,000.”
More recently in Greece, innocent citizens were locked out of banks for weeks and were limited to withdrawals of €60 per day. In Argentina, bank accounts were frozen for a full year. And in Iceland, the government manipulated the currency, causing a 50% drop.
Of course, this will never happen in America, right?
Buried on page 49 of a white paper, the Washington D.C. – based International Monetary Fund (IMF) stated…
Did you see that?
A “one-off tax on private wealth … to restore debt sustainability … if implemented BEFORE avoidance is possible…”
Former Congressman Bob Bauman is right. This is terrifying.
With over $19 trillion in federal debt and $100 trillion in unfunded liabilities (Social Security, Medicare, etc.), it’s a matter of when, not if, our government will take extreme measures to confiscate wealth.
Of course, confiscating wealth is tough if everyone has cash, but it can easily be done when everyone’s assets are simply digits in a computer system.
Hence, why Washington wants to euthanize the dollar.
However, former Congressman Bob Bauman is fighting back.
At 78 years of age, Bauman has served our country under every president from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Ronald Reagan.
Indeed, Bauman has found unique places to stash one’s cash through silent, offshore bank accounts and other little-known money havens. He even discovered a $5.3 trillion “401(k)” and a $201,600 tax exclusion. (To see details, go here.)
“There are practical ways to stash your cash,” Bauman explains vigorously. “It’s really not complicated. Best of all, your money is protected from the IRS, NSA and the various other three-letter government agencies looking to seize your wealth and invade your privacy.”
In a desire to show other Americans how they too can protect their wealth, Bauman and his son —Ted — wrote a book called Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally).
The 584-page guide is a culmination of over 40 years of research. As you flip through its pages, you’ll see that fighting for your wealth and freedom is easier than you ever thought possible, and costs less than you ever imagined to get started.
Tens of thousands of copies of Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally) are flying off the shelf at $79.
However, Bauman and his son put up a special site for friends and family that allows them to get the book free of charge. With his permission, Bauman said I could link to that exact website. [Click here to get a free copy of Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally).]
So, before you fully enjoy the conveniences of a cashless society, seriously consider the consequences as well. You are giving up control of your wealth. I’m personally putting some of my wealth in cash and other forms of REAL wealth (as revealed by Bob Bauman in his new book), far out of the reach of Washington.