FedNow is something you’ve probably heard of. FedNow, the first new banking platform for over 40 years to be launched nationwide in July, is scheduled to launch on a national scale.
This might not sound particularly frightening.
Andrew Zatlin, a world-renowned economist, believes FedNow’s goal is deeper, darker and even downright menacing.
Zatlin’s chilling investigation of the new toy from the government reveals that “FedNow is designed to destroy the U.S. Dollar as a paper currency.”
FedNow, which launches in July 2013, could bring every dollar of yours under Fed control.
Zatlin, who has been announcing FedNow for Breitbart’s readers for some time now, has agreed to air his entire FedNow exposé.
History has shown us that every new technology can be used for either good or evil.
Drone technology can, for instance, be used to perform surveillance on a harvest in a region, or equipped with missiles that can destroy the same harvest.
The user’s intent is everything.
FedNow is a net benefit to society. Is FedNow a net good for society or a negative?
Zatlin, one of the world’s top FedNow experts, reveals in the video his controversial answer.
Here’s a quick summary on Zatlin’s good/evil perspective.
FedNow is about speed and efficiency.
We should be very clear in our description of FedNow. Let’s start with the Federal Reserve’s own description of this era-defining platform.
It’s pretty straightforward, right?
FedNow, the Federal Reserve Bank’s new platform for banking, is poised to replace the outdated clearinghouse system.
Here’s how Fortune describes FedNow:
Why are instant payments so important?
Zatlin writes in his investigation of FedNow that “Transactional delays — such as e.g. Waiting for funds to clear can have a crippling impact on GDP growth.
Paychecks are a good example. Even though your account shows a deposit, the funds won’t be available for withdrawal until they have cleared, which can take up to five days.
Credit card transactions are no different. Visa transactions are not instantaneous, as most people believe. All credit card transactions are also required to settle.
FedNow’s real-time network of settlement eliminates “bank float”, the typical three-day period required to settle or clear cash deposits.
FedNow is able to increase the velocity of money by facilitating instantaneous transfers of funds without transactional delays. It does this without clearinghouses from the 1960s and without requiring funds to be settled.
Do you appreciate the moment now?
Humanity has laboriously and painstakingly worked towards a digital economy, i.e. Since the first coin was made in 600 BC, Zatlin reports in his FedNow exposé.
FedNow is the beginning of a digital age.
Ask yourself these questions if you want to be wealthy in 2023:
Can I afford to miss a wealth event of this magnitude?
FedNow will be launched nationwide in July.
Click here to see Zatlin’s entire FedNow presentation.
FedNow is about government control.
Insiders are talking loudly and in alarming tones.
FedNow is a precursor to the U.S. central bank digital currency, also known as CBDC. FedCoin.
FedCoin (the future) must be able to run on a network that is real-time, capable of processing upwards of 1,7 million transactions per minute, and 99 percent of transactions are settled in less than a second.
FedNow is the first currency to be issued.
You might think, “Who cares that the Greenback of 231 years is replaced by a digital dollar?”
In a truly dystopian American Future…
The Fed’s digital dollar is equipped with a switch that allows the government to control our lives virtually.
Have you taken your 15th COVID booster yet?
We’ll hold your money until you can get the shot.
Want to give money to your Church?
We’re sorry, but we won’t pay you until your church accepts abortion.
You want to purchase a book which criticizes government?
We’ll stop charging you until you select better books.
When viewed through the lense of population control, an all-digital dollar is just the latest way for the government to exercise unrestrained power.