Sign the Petition asking the House to enshrine the use of cash in law, stop CBDC

https://www.aph.gov.au/e-petitions/petition/EN4638

60,493 have already signed. It closes on December 21

Petition Reason

As Australian citizens we should be concerned about the disadvantages of a Central Bank Digital Currency. Traceability: In the case where physical cash is eliminated entirely this eliminates our ability to transact in a fully anonymous manner. Negative Rates: With CBDCs, you cannot withdraw your digital tokens and hold them under the mattress. If there is no option for physical cash this gives central banks ability to implement negative interest rates. Programmability: CBDCs give central banks a unique opportunity to make money “programmable”. For example: Expiration, with a direct relationship with your central bank, CBDCs could permit a currency expiration policy. Your money could be programmed so that if you don’t spend the $5000 in your account by next Saturday, it will expire. Personalised monetary policy: With a bank of Big Data on individual spending habits, coupled with digital identification infrastructure, the central bank will have enough information to tailor its monetary policy personally. For example if it is known that lower earners have a higher propensity to consume, stimulus can be directly delivered to those people. Personalised monetary policy could even become politicised. A government could segment its voters, identify communities where it is behind in polls, and deliver stimulus to these groups.

Petition Request

We therefore ask the House to enshrine the use of cash in law.

Principal petitioner is Daniel Warner

https://www.aph.gov.au/e-petitions

About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on December 10, 2022, in ALP, Anthony Albanese, CBDC and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 28 Comments.

  1. The article says – “We therefore ask the House to enshrine the use of cash in law.”

    … and D Johnston said – “LMAO!! A government generated petition against a government driven agenda?? Seriously?!! Funniest thing I’ve heard all year.”

    … and old kodger said – “Please Mr Fox, will you look after the chickens?
    Since when did an employer beg his employees to do something?”

    To which I say – exactly.

    Petitions are a complete and utter waste of time – diverting constructive energy into the completely pointless act of the chickens trying to negotiate in good faith with the foxes. Little Johnny always dreamt of doing something useful with his life when he grows up – instead, he now routinely responds to genocidal psycopaths with petitions asking the psycopaths to be nice.

    Keep the petitions rolling in – it ensures that the beauracrats planning our demise have an endless supply of toilet paper. Depending on what they’ve had for dinner last night or breakfast this morning (and as any intelligent Australian knows, our beauracrats and political class eat very well indeed), just three or maybe four petitions should cover each trip to the VIP toilet nicely.

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  2. Cash is already in law but the law seems to be ignored . We should have the alternative of using cash instead of digital .

    What it does appear to a large part of the community is control and supervision .

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  3. Petitions

    A petition is basically a request for action. The right to petition Federal Parliament has been one of the rights of citizens since federation, and it is the ONLY WAY an individual can directly place grievances before the Parliament.

    Has anyone ever tried to send them a mail? Registered mail? You will be surprised lol

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  4. We reserve the right to use cash .

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  5. Don’t sign this petition, it is a waste of time. If you want to be effective, email the Treasury. Tell them you object the Pilot roll out of RBA’s CBDC programs and the reasons why.

    Subject line: I OBJECT CBDC’s

    Here is there email. blackeconomy@treasury.gov.au

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  6. The bank workers had better sign it, or they’ll soon be out of a job.

    https://expose-news.com/2022/12/11/a-third-of-all-jobs-will-disappear-by-2030/

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  7. Pure evil rules us. From the City of the Little Horn who stated that no private citizen should own a gun. I’ve signed.

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  8. Yep daviddd2 – Good one!

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  9. D Johnston: “Has been surreptitiously going on for absolute decades – way before most of us were even born.”

    I reckon you could definitively say since the Papacy was bought out after the Dark Ages in the 15th century and when the rules were completely re-written and the “Reformation” and the “Renaissance” were kicked off together with the occult Big Bang Theory!. 🙂

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  10. Hi Tracey, re: “Covid was just the beginning.” Nup – that was just when *they* finally showed *their* hand. Has been surreptitiously going on for absolute decades – way before most of us were even born.

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  11. We need to stop the government from taking away all of our freedoms. Covid was just the beginning.

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  12. Keep cash as legal tender

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  13. Keep cash as and alternative – what happens if our internet crashes?

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  14. A definite no to the cbdc system!
    Retain the use of cash.

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  15. We have written to the Petitions office asking who is the promoter of this petition. Ed

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  16. Try cutting and pasting. Ed

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  17. Do you know how to get this onto FB?

    Regards

    Eon Radley
    0416-007-619

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  18. The Gov has no power, we the people have the power if we act together. If we all withdrew our cash and only used cash to transact, we take the power from the Gov. If they change to CBDC we refuse to use the system. If we ALL do this then the Gov will be broke very soon and they do not have the resources to prosecute everyone. At this stage we tell the Gov to remove CBDC permanently. P.S. Coin is the only legal tender in our Constitution, so cash is already enshrined in our law.

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  19. I will use cash for my purchases.
    If any store refuses my cash i will walk out & refuse to give them my business

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  20. CBDC = Carbon Footprint = Social Credit Score = Complete Control = NWO

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  21. Why is the public petitioning public servants? We need to beg our public servants to do what we require or not to do what we don’t want?

    We Aussies have got things arse over tit. No wonder the country has gone to the dogs.

    Any politician or bureaucrat not happy to carry out the wishes of the people they’re supposed to be serving should be sent to Siberia where they can fantasise about their “leadership” all they like.

    It’s time, folks! It’s still not too late to unshackle ourselves from our foolishness.

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  22. We should be demanding, not asking.

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  23. Hi Joey, re: “It’s more likely about harvesting names & personal details etc.” YES thank you! that’s EXACTLY what it is!! In what freakin’ alternate universe would a government generate a petition for the people to sign against that which they are trying to implement?What is wrong with everyone 🤨

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  24. old kodger

    From another old kodger, spot on, they are supposed to work for us but they don’t.

    Furthermore we only petition the sovereign and by petitioning them we grant them authority to act as a sovereign. That position is rightfully ours not theirs.

    They work for the business of government a private foreign owned US entity registered on the stock exchange and evidenced by the copyright logo on all their legislation and regulations. Don’t believe me just look at any regulation, last page, bottom of the page. If it is not there then there will be a reference to the Parliamentary Commission and when you track that down you will discover the copyright logo. That logo only exists on private copyright material not public, as public is just that…

    Since when are we citizens anyway…

    Lawful money is called legal tender and that is gold and silver, where is it, who stole it?
    They are trying to remove the evidence of their crime against the people by removing military script [debt notes] [counterfeit legal tender] commonly known as dollars and cents. Cunningly they adopted that form in favour of the lawful legal tender, all done without a referendum and a long time ago.

    Jefferson summed it up when he said, in the end it will come down to the People verses the bankers, and here we are.

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  25. @D Johnston

    Even if 100.000 people signed, it’s unlikely they will take any notice + still ignore it.

    It’s more likely about harvesting names & personal details etc.

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  26. LMAO!! A government generated petition against a government driven agenda?? Seriously?!! Funniest thing I’ve heard all year.

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  27. Please Mr Fox, will you look after the chickens?
    Since when did an employer beg his employees to do something?

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