The ever-encroaching push towards a cashless society is once again on display as NatWest has decided, effective Sept. 11, 2023, to reserve an "absolute right" to refuse the deposit or withdrawal of cash and checks that are deemed to be of too high an amount.
Farage has been keeping an eye on NatWest ever since the bank, via Coutts, removed him as a customer because of his political leanings. Now, Farage is on a crusade, of sorts, to let the world know what these corrupt banks are up to as they continually restrict customer access to banking services.
In the below video posted to X (formerly known as Twitter), Farage explains more about what NatWest and Coutts customers can expect starting on September 11, as well as the sheer number of both personal and business accounts that these banks have terminated without any proper explanation or deadline:
From September 11th @NatWestGroup will be limiting the amount of cash that you can deposit and withdraw.
They also have the right to refuse cash and even cheques on any basis in their new terms & conditions policy.
The banks are trying to force a cashless society upon us! pic.twitter.com/CTFDNPunBO
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) August 6, 2023
(Related: Coutts, NatWest, and other British banks caught canceling conservatives could lose their licenses to operate, we are told.)
In the last four years, just as a recap, Farage says more than one million banking customers in the United Kingdom (UK) have had their accounts terminated for no apparent or stated reason.
Farage says the UK government wants better rules and more transparency for personal accounts, which he supports, but says that British banks are not doing any of this voluntarily.
Meanwhile, the cashless push both in the UK and in the United States is reaching a fever pitch as it becomes apparent that the globalist financial house of cards is on its last legs and is about to collapse.
This is why the powers that be are racing to unleash central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and other cashless financial instruments to fill the void once fiat currencies are demolished and voided.
The banks are also doing their part to set the stage for what is soon to come as they systematically undermine the rights of citizens to control their own finances and assets.
Farage also warns that the new banking measures being taken in the UK are harming small businesses, many of which are being targeted with rule changes that function against their best interests.
In fact, a large number of the shuttered accounts that Farage mentions in the above video were owned by small businesses that, for whatever reason, the banking cartels no longer wish to serve.
Perhaps business owners were identified as having the "wrong" political leanings, and were thus punished by having their bank accounts terminated without notice or stated reason.
"Cash is legal tender," Farage emphasizes about how these banks are operating against the letter and spirit of the law with their cashless endeavors.
Right now, it is just cash limits and the occasional account closures. Eventually, it will be government control over how you spend your money. And after that, there will surely be "personal carbon limits" and other control mechanisms put in place to forever strip the populace of its financial freedoms and liberties.
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