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    Default 100 dollar note tobe done away with?

    somewhat reciently the 500EU note was done away with
    and in keeping with the globalist agenda the US 100 dollar note too
    is tobe done away with as well. folks if you hav'nt noticed there is a
    war on cash likely due to the fact that it's much harder to trace
    than say a ditigal form of money. tptb want to track every penny
    you spend and on what you spend it on.

    thing is we live in a corparate state not a constitutional goverment.
    my guess is quite soon indeed people holding 100 notes will be asked to turn them in
    if were lucky most likely the bankers will crash the paper economy paper notes
    and screw us all just like that. remember there is nothing tangible backing our currency
    not for a very long time. with a total electronic currency they can control ALL>

    i say if you have them spend them while were still able to do so.
    socialism and the free **** army is all around us.
    look at venesuela and see how well socialism is working out for them.
    see artical at www.shtfplan.com people lineing up for miles and hours at a time to get basic goods.
    when they crash the dollar of course there will be no warning it will be to late to use those
    bennies. just saying.

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    Larry Summers Launches The War On Paper Money: "It's Time To Kill The $100 Bill"

    Well, not even 24 hours later, and another Harvard "scholar" and Fed chairman wannabe, Larry Summers, has just released an oped in the left-leaning Amazon Washington Post, titled "Itís time to kill the $100 bill" in which he makes it clear that the pursuit of paper money is only just starting. Not surprisingly, just like in Europe, the argument is that killing the Benjamins would somehow eradicate crime, saying that "a moratorium on printing new high denomination notes would make the world a better place."

    They have to ban cash to make NIRP work.......
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    There is no published plan to stop making the $100 bill. Larry Summers is just a teacher and has no power to do anything. Anyone can post an opinion.
    That said if they do go to negative interest rates here in a big way then I would guess the $100 bill would be in jeopardy

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    It seems like another ploy to get people spending as well, from what I've read. Most people know it's a lot easier to spend small bills than large bills. I saw that a lot working in retail, people are reluctant to break a 100 or 50 for a small purchase, but if all people have are small denominations they are probably more likely to spend them without thinking because it doesn't seem like a lot to them.

    Of course, going to cashless is the ultimate goal, I believe. In the short term, it's getting people to spend spend spend in a desperate attempt to make it look like the economy is improving....

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    Most places down here wont take a 50, much less a 100. Example of the brilliance , we were with grandkids and had several of their friends at a mall . Stopped by the cookie place you see in most malls to get everyone what they wanted. Ended up 32.00 worth, pulled out a 50 to pay, and the dudette behind the counter said they wouldn't take a 50. Have had same thing happen getting pizza 40 bucks worth, and they wouldn't take a 50. Now I don't carry anything but 20's.
    Last edited by jnr0104; 02-16-2016 at 02:56 PM.

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    Convenient for the ATM's. Makes a heck of a lump in your pocket all folded up like that.... hmmm wonder if I didn't fold them, some gal might think, ummmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiwall View Post
    There is no published plan to stop making the $100 bill. Larry Summers is just a teacher and has no power to do anything. Anyone can post an opinion.
    That said if they do go to negative interest rates here in a big way then I would guess the $100 bill would be in jeopardy
    No one said there was an actual plan...... But its being talked about more and more, just like NIRP.....
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    I figured they'd just replace it with the billion dollar note.
    Common sense is so uncommon nowadays it ought to be reclassified as a super power

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    I have a couple... They're not too bad if you don't mind carrying around a picture of Obama in your wallet...
    leave the gun... take the cannoli...

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    Roughly 80% of US currency is $100 bills. I do not think they will be getting rid of them anytime soon.

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