Okay, here's what I see coming.
The end of paper currency and coinage around the world.
Coins today are not worth what they used to be.
The metals used in coins today are not what they were years ago.
Maybe this was all planned to devalue coins decades ago, but its working.
And we all know how much the paper currency is worth.
With that being said, ask yourself this: What do you use almost everyday?
I'll give you a hint...it's plastic, it is accepted everywhere, and online.
Credit cards. You can add debit cards too, if it makes the circle larger.
These little pieces of plastic are what people have been getting used to using...
Decade after decade, they are slowly being implemented as "The only way to pay."
Kids are even allowed to have one, and it's become the norm to use them in schools.
Unemployment checks are deposited on them, same goes with welfare, or food stamps.
So the rich use them, the middle class lives off them, and the poor has to have them.
Do you see where I am headed here?
The next big thing will be credit or electronic currency.
It will be totally controlled by the same people who manipulate the currencies today.
Credit, or whatever name they want to call it, will be the one world currency.
You will have to have a card to get it, nothing will be paid for without it, the list goes on and on.
You won't get paper money anymore, instead credit will be deposited into your account.
Almost exactly how direct deposit works today.
Then you receive a card with access to that account, and no paper money is ever used.
Oh wait...that already takes place today, so there would be no drastic change.
Almost like TPTB are slowly guiding us into this pathway to their world.
Then, after a few years, maybe a revolt or two, people will realize that those little cards wear out.
They can be stolen, or copied, used from another persons wallet, etc.
The plastic becomed brittle from too many swipes, and will need to be replaced after time.
So what's next you ask?
The microchip...already being used in todays credit cards. You are already used to it.
It's almost infallible, can be safe and secure with a scanner, and never wear out.
Instead of something that cracks or breaks like a plastic card, a chip can last for decades.
So why use plastic when its so much more convenient to have a microchip swipe?
See where I am headed now?
Call it a prediction, call it evolution of money....whatever sticks.
It is inevitable the course of currency in todays world.
There's no other journey to be made.
Take it or leave it.
I, for one, will leave it.