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originally posted by: MRuss
a reply to: PlasticWizard
I was in India last month for a few weeks. Complete chaos there.
No small change.
No Money at ATM's.
No money at many of the banks.
India’s banking system remains in chaos as huge queues form at banks and cash machines run out of money during panic over radical reforms. It came after the country's government withdrew 86 per cent of India’s bank notes from circulation in a “purification ritual” designed to clamp down on tax evasion and corruption. All 500 rupee and 1,000 rupee notes have been withdrawn.
The Indian parliament is preparing to make it a criminal offence to hold the old bank notes from April 2017 onwards.
Government ministers say the currency change has brought money into India’s banking system and helped reduce tax avoidance, but criticise say it has failed to achieve its goal and,has slowed economic growth.
What an education I've gotten here. I've actually stood tall and informed throughout these last few months---one step ahead of the game -and able to enlighten others. Whatever it is they want to talk about-----the Federal Reserve, the NWO, hidden agendas, the financial crisis---whatever.
originally posted by: ColdWisdom
a reply to: MRuss
A cashless society? Check!
These things and many, many more events and theories have come to pass.
When & where did this happen?