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Cashless Society

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Cashless Society

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Date: Wednesday - January 5, 2005
Host: Hilly Rose
Guests: Michael Trudeau, Zecharia Sitchin

Guest Host Hilly Rose (email) talked with monetary specialist Michael Trudeau about the dangers of a "cashless society" during the middle two hours of the show.

According to Trudeau, we will be ushered into this cashless society by a mass distribution of smart cards (a plastic card containing a computer chip), which he speculates may be forced upon us under the Emergency Banking Act. He warned that smart cards will allow the government to track every financial transaction a person makes, and give them "complete control over the monetary system."

Trudeau believes the Federal Reserve controls the economy "for their own sake," and by adjusting rates and boosting the economy, lead consumers into extending their credit beyond their means. He argues that at any point they can "pull the plug" and "bankrupt everybody all in one shot."

Mars Structures

In the last hour, Hilly interviewed author and scholar Zecharia Sitchin about archeological artifacts on Mars. Sitchin believes Mars was inhabited for thousands of years by "others like us," and served as a way station between Earth and the planet of the Annunaki. He claims pictorial depictions on ancient cylinder seals show an astronaut on Mars greeting an astronaut on Earth. He also discussed stories from his newest book, The Earth Chronicles Expeditions.

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Bumper music from Wednesday January 05, 2005

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