Cash Rebellion – The Small but Powerful Response to Social Credit, Mandatory Vaccination and Communism in General

I don’t have a reference for it, but in the heat of leftists doxxing “insurrectionists” in the days after January Sixth, I distinctly recall that CREDIT CARD COMPANIES were assisting in the “rounding up” of patriots.

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That sure went well with COVID-19, where businesses were throttled of all cash over a FAKE PLAGUE, so everybody was using their credit cards for what would have otherwise been small cash purchases.

Now, people are talking about social credit and vaccination.

And we see communism in general descending upon this nation everywhere.

This – stupidly and with great evil – as vaccines are showing all the hallmarks of ADE – making them completely unethical to give, yet in surreal fashion these Marek-bound, antibody-addictive vaccines are heading toward almost certain FDA approval.



Andrew Torba of Gab has warned about the coming of social credit via vaccination. I am convinced that he is quite right – social credit will be used to beat us down politically very soon.

Torba has advocated a separate economy for Christians – not a bad idea, IMO, as Christians become the “Jews of Bolshevik America”, and the old Jewish wisdom of keeping money “ready to flee” makes more and more sense.

At the high-tech end of that separate economy is CRYPTO – and Torba has paid a lot of attention to it.

Indeed, right now, Gab is working on GabPay – an alternative to PayPal.

But we need something else. Something that removes ALL THE CRAP that social credit is meant to give the communists.


I am finding that CASH is now much more available, and I believe we can force it back into availability by simply using it more.

What are the advantages of CASH?

  • anonymity for patriots
  • degradation of social credit systems
  • consternation of Nancy Gambino’s new KBG
  • annoyance of Dodge and FIB traitors
  • a growing economy free from Biden’s insanity
  • and my favorite part…….

Every cash purchase is an ACT OF REBELLION.

Rebellion against TYRANNY.

It’s psychological. It’s a reminder that we CAN rebel. Just one little act every day. Does the heart good.

Think about joining me.

Next time, pay in cash.


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Deplorable Patriot

This sort of dovetails with a Grace Force video I watched/listened to while I was chopping veggies last night. The guest is a pro-life advocate who gets all sorts of crap for standing for the vulnerable. On the back of his cap was “Be Vulnerable.” IOW, put yourself out there and dare to stand up for what is not popular and for those who need advocacy.

With social credit, we all need to be vulnerable and dare to go against the swarm.


>>”put yourself out there and dare to stand up”<<

Best to do this with frens. The isolated are easy prey.

Ethics / principles must meet reality / facts … in that order (in the practical world).

Deplorable Patriot

One of the things this episode in human history has emphasized to me is how non-social, if you will, the strong minded are. I work and play better semi-isolated. Most other people out there, don’t. You see it at the grocery store with the number of people walking around talking on the phone. Mine’s usually buried in the bottom of my purse.

Some people out there just can’t cope with being alone or standing alone. I’ve done it for decades. Just being female and not giving in to wearing pants and jeans, and cutting hair short takes strength. I get “I never see you wear pants” and “I don’t understand why you don’t cut your hair short” all the time. Resisting that has been good practice for the times we are now experiencing.


Knowing Americans, the lower your score, the more street cred you have.

We also need Christians willing to start banks and such to subvert the social credit system.


Credit unions were started for much the same reasons.


My husband has been saying this for several months now. Pay cash, leave no trail to follow.


Years ago, I read an article about a study done of cash vs. paying with plastic.

People who only used cash spent about 25-30% less money, all the time!

I don’t know if it is still that high, but at the time, the more I thought about it, the more sense it made. So, I developed myself a “cash economy” system to do just about everything.

Every time a paycheck comes in (every two weeks), it all gets withdrawn from the bank. I have envelopes for every bill; half of the amount of the bill goes in the envelope. When its time to pay the bill, the money goes in the bank, I pay it, and out it goes again. There is a place in the house where we keep the “money for the week.” When it’s gone, no more eating out or anything else. Oh, and the three-paycheck months are like a bonus, because that money isn’t allocated in the “half in the envelope” plan. It’s “extra.”

I figured out that if my money is in a checking account, or even a savings account in the bank, that only benefits the bank. Nothing pays any kind of interest anymore; it’s ridiculous how little they pay, based on what I know they are doing with our money. Fuck banks.

I know I spend less money this way. And I get to screw the “system” that wants to use my money, track my spending, and rule my life.

Cuppa Covfefe

Great idea. Every time someone uses plastic, either Credit Card or just debit card, they’re being sold and penalized. First, the interest and service charges, which get silently added to the price of goods (and “courtesy” and “payback” cards and the like are even worse), and then the fact that names and purchasing habits and every other iota of information they can glean are then sold to the info warehouses (whorehouses: I’m looking at YOU Google, Amazon, and Farcebørk) and combined/collated with other information to create/modify/add to a profile (Farcebørk, I’m looking at YOU) that folks neither applied for nor would allow if they knew it existed.

Yep. If you’ve EVER clicked on a Farcebørk “Like” button, logged-in or not, you have a Farcebørk profile.

The internet is a promiscuous, diseased, gossipy, and unforgiving “partner”…

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Cuppa Covfefe

Remember the Logo of Apple: the apple of “The Tree Of Knowledge [of good and evil]”, bitten into by a disobedient Eve, having fallen to temptation from the Devil. Fittingly, the first Apple was sold for $666.66, cleverly sliding by the number of the BEAST, but indirectly acknowledging him anyway…

Then again, a number of OSs have daemons and curses and sometimes permissions of rw- rw- rw- (6 6 6) and no-one bats an eye.


No doubt!


Took me a long time to get used to. Cards are really handy, and I think addictive.


Do you ever shop online?
If yes, do you use some kind of electronic payment method?

I do occasionally see businesses that allow online orders that are not completed until your check arrives.


I do shop online. When I do, I deposit the money and use a card attached to the account. There really is never much money in my bank. They must hate me!

Gail Combs

Gal, after my own heart.
I never had a credit card until I HAD to get one to travel out of town for a company I worked for in the 80s. You CAN NOT RENT A CAR WITHOUT A CREDIT CARD!

I CAN NOT break hubby of the habit. He wants MONEY in the BANK and since Covid he uses a credit card to pay for gas (Usually at home station) and also a lot of groc.

Me? I take the money OUT OF THE BANK.


I love cash and prefer it to credit card.


Singingsoul, I suspect you and I live a lot alike. Throwbacks to earlier times, I think.

Gail Combs

I think that goes for a lot of us here.

If you HAVE to carry a cell phone (Worried about vehicle breakdown, check in with spouse…) You might want to use a bag to shield the phone from snooping. I just pick these off the internet. (I think I would rather buy from the local gun shop.)


“Security Grade RF Shielded Pouch”

When it absolutely, positively has to be shielded! Goodnight Bag is a double-layer, Nickel and Copper metalized fabric, shielded pouch made to industrial specifications for forensic quality shielding. Field tests have shown 99.99% RF signal attenuation.

Prevents most phones from receiving or making calls and protects the contents from RF radiation. Plain styling so it doesn’t attract attention. Double fold-over and Velcro-sealed opening is completely reusable and can hold many items:



EMP Faraday Bags are designed to protect against damaging EMP current, static discharge, microwave transmission, RFID snooping and moisture damage. Protect your sensitive electronics (laptops, cellphones, iPads etc), precious memories (flash drives, floppy disks, tape recordings, etc) homeopathic remedies and medications, passports, credit cards and other devices from damage and spying. Could make all the difference if there is an EMP event or solar flare. Opening can be heat sealed with a hot iron for security reasons or long term storage. Manufacturer recommends that you “nest” items inside multiple layers of protection (double bagging) for best results.

The Small 6×8″ bag is perfect for your cell phones, ipods, MP3, thumbdrives, GPS and smaller cameras. Large 16×18″ bag is perfect for your laptop, gaming systems, radios and extra accessories.

Features an outstanding 38-pound puncture resistance. The multiple layer construction provides full protection against ESD, EMI/RFI and tribocharging. Because its moisture barrier performance exceeds foil laminates for low Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate (MVTR), particularly after flexing, whatever you place in the bag and seal properly is going to stay dry also! Does not provide magnetic shielding.??? HMMMmmmm????


Nice! Thanks for the tip! I need the EMP bag for something important.

Valerie Curren

The local bakery where we’re ordering some items for my daughter’s wedding encouraged us to pay by cash or check to avoid a 4% upcharge when using credit. That little tip saved us some decent money given the size of the order!


lotsa gun shows give discounts for cash purchases…some firearm shops also…for obvious reasons, no one needs their arms twisted.

Valerie Curren

No doubt!


My father, aunt and uncle all taught the value of cash transactions to me as a kid. Not to say that I don’t use a credit card for certain things or a debt card.

I have, however, always laid in a stash of cash for whatever situation. It has come in handy from time to time.

I also feel that whatever one can do to be more self sufficient is always a plus. Garden, farm, or hunt if you are able. Barter with neighbors for goods, trade work with other people…”I’ll help you with your mowing if you’ll help me with my canning…”

Do whatever is within your ability to not rely on the official system is the best way to throw sand in their gears.


I would also add, live debt free. Dave Ramsey is a good listen if you need to get yourself out of debt.


I combine old school with new age as I see fit. When it comes to the mark of the beast, I use cash on many purchases. Keep some in my safe, take it on vacation and use it much of the time. Do all small purchases with cash. Do just enough debits to get better interest on the checking account, a feature our bank has. Never do it the same way, keep ’em guessing.

You will spend less money this way. Forces you to think more about purchases and paying bills. Keep the cash in circulation and support its use if you want less control over your life.


Just got home … how about this?

Gail Combs

THIS is why they are trying to get corporations to INSIST ON THE JAB!


Yep…cash is the way to go.

I like using cash and have been using it as much as I can, for a long time.
They can’t track your purchasing if you use cash.

We don’t use banks, either.
We’ve been using a credit union for nearly two decades now.


This is a really good point, Wheatie. We only use locally owned, community banks that we know the ownership and employees – but credit unions are also excellent. Do your business local and with small business as much as possible. Stay away from the big banks and businesses whenever possible.

And use cash every chance you get that makes sense. I usually hand the small change back to the cashier if they will accept it to keep them stocked with change for the next customer.


Don’t forget barter.
Do you remember the video of the guy on the sidewalk in front of a coin shop?

He offered people the choice between a free gift of
a bar of silver or a bar of chocolate.


If you are want a good currency in a short period of disruption,
chocolate may just be the thing.


Or bacon


Liquor — it’s traditional.

Gail Combs

Used to be cigarettes too.

Do not forget SALT, SUGAR and spices.

No electric means you can or dry or SALT down your food.


Not many people know the value of silver or gold. It’s not readily divisible to a specific amount for person to person exchange. Food, tools, fuel have a solid tangible, measurable value that will vary in desirability depending on who’s exchanging what.
id love to cut up my credit cards but due to the covid shit we have had to use them a lot.
the black economy is also the real measure of a nations wealth. When the ussr was going down the toilet the black economy was thriving. People who wonder why the Soviet Union got taken over by Soviet crims 5 mins after the fall of the union don’t realise they were not only the only functioning economy but were absolutely killing it financially. The last tiny shackles enabled the rise of the open oligarchs


The removal of

Gail Combs

How Big Is America’s Underground Economy?

  • The underground economy includes any paid work or transaction that is not reported to the government and therefore is not taxed.
  • During economic downturns, the underground economy grows as more workers unable to get legitimate jobs turn to working off the books.
  • Countries with high levels of taxation, government corruption, and regulatory barriers tend to have the largest underground economies.

Cooking a meal for your family or driving your neighbor’s kids to school is typically not considered underground economic activity. But food service workers, housekeepers, and construction workers who get paid under the table definitely are in this category, as are self-employed people who work for cash.

Basically, any economic activity that generates unreported income is considered to be underground. 

How Big Is the Underground Economy?Estimates vary widely, but some put the underground economy at 11% to 12% of U.S. gross domestic product (GDP). In 2018, GDP was $20.8 trillion, so that puts the underground economy at about $2.25 trillion to $2.46 trillion.…”

Notice they use 2018, but it was the Obama years that got the US Underground Economy going.

From the People’s Cube in 2013:

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Imagine if the Government could tax the 2 trillion dollar underground economy. At 50%, we would almost be able to pay off the yearly deficit! This underground economy MUST BE ENDED!! For the children of course.

$2 Trillion Underground Economy May Be Recovery’s Savior

“You normally see underground economies in places like Brazil or in southern Europe,” said Laura Gonzalez, professor of personal finance at Fordham University. “But with the job situation and the uncertainty in the economy, it’s not all that surprising to have it growing here in the United States.”

Congrats idiots. We now really are Europe. And not the industrious, profitable, job generating northern part. We are more like the welfare, broke and in debt up to our eyeballs part. SI SE PUEDE!.…”

This is WHY they want us ADDICTED to Cell phones. IT LET’S THE CABAL TRACK US EVEN IF WE USE CASH!
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Good video onCell Phone Addiction!!


There’s a reason for the phrase “Cash is King”.

Gail Combs

I rebelled many years ago.



“It has been called “the most astounding piece of sleight of hand ever invented.” The creation of money has been privatized, usurped from Congress by a private banking cartel. Most people think money is issued by fiat by the government, but that is not the case. Except for coins, which compose only about one one-thousandth of the total U.S. money supply, all of our money is now created by banks. Federal Reserve Notes (dollar bills) are issued by the Federal Reserve, a private banking corporation, and lent to the government.1 Moreover, Federal Reserve Notes and coins together compose less than 3 percent of the money supply. The other 97 percent is created by commercial banks as loans.2…..

To everyone’s surprise, Morgan admitted that the bank routinely created money “out of thin air” for its loans, and that this was standard banking practice. “It sounds like fraud to me,” intoned Presiding Justice Martin Mahoney amid nods from the jurors. In his court memorandum, Justice Mahoney stated:

Plaintiff admitted that it, in combination with the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, . . . did create the entire $14,000.00 in money and credit upon its own books by bookkeeping entry. That this was the consideration used to support the Note dated May 8, 1964 and the Mortgage of the same date. The money and credit first came into existence when they created it. Mr. Morgan admitted that no United States Law or Statute existed which gave him the right to do this. A lawful consideration must exist and be tendered to support the Note.

“The court rejected the bank’s claim for foreclosure, and the defendant kept his house. To Daly, the implications were enormous. If bankers were indeed extending credit without consideration – without backing their loans with money they actually had in their vaults and were entitled to lend – a decision declaring their loans void could topple the power base of the world….”

A friend who has a law degree did the same with a credit card.

“𝕆𝕗 𝕒𝕝𝕝 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕔𝕠𝕟𝕥𝕣𝕚𝕧𝕒𝕟𝕔𝕖𝕤 𝕗𝕠𝕣 𝕔𝕙𝕖𝕒𝕥𝕚𝕟𝕘 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕝𝕒𝕓𝕠𝕣𝕚𝕟𝕘 𝕔𝕝𝕒𝕤𝕤 𝕠𝕗 𝕞𝕒𝕟𝕜𝕚𝕟𝕕, 𝕟𝕠𝕟𝕖 𝕙𝕒𝕤 𝕓𝕖𝕖𝕟 𝕞𝕠𝕣𝕖 𝕖𝕗𝕗𝕖𝕔𝕥𝕚𝕧𝕖 𝕥𝕙𝕒𝕟 𝕥𝕙𝕒𝕥 𝕨𝕙𝕚𝕔𝕙 𝕕𝕖𝕝𝕦𝕕𝕖𝕤 𝕥𝕙𝕖𝕞 𝕨𝕚𝕥𝕙 𝕡𝕒𝕡𝕖𝕣 𝕞𝕠𝕟𝕖𝕪.” — Daniel Webster

Funny how that famous saying is NOT available as a ready-made jpg on Duck-duck-go…
Telling isn’t it.