The Organic Prepper
By Daisy Luther, July 22, 2023
CCPO Note: As this article reports, the Federal Reserve’s “FedNow” instant digital payment system is now “live.” This author and others have warned us previously that FedNow supports implementation of the central bank digital currency (CBDC), which provides the infrastructure for total tyranny in America. At the conclusion of her article, Ms. Luther writes, “You need a backup plan, and you need it now. FedNow is live, and I don’t believe that good things will follow.”
Bible believers and prophecy watchers agree that we are seeing in the race towards CBDCs is not “good,” but we know from Scripture that there will be no backup plan available to those on the earth once the CBDC systems of the world’s nations merge into the global currency of the soon-coming, evil totalitarian one-world government: “It [the Beast] also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name” (Revelation 13:16-17, NKJV).
The only backup plan is the one that assures you will not be here during this time, a future seven-year period in human history often referred to as the Tribulation Period. Christians know that Jesus will appear to take us to be with Him before this time. Will you be one? If you are unsure, please see “Normal” isn’t coming back, Jesus is” (calvarypo.org/normal-isnt-coming-back-jesus-is-are-you-ready/) or contact us (calvarypo.org/contact/).
Yesterday, with a bit of fanfare but not TOO much fanfare, a “wonderful” new product was launched. FedNow is live, and we can all transfer money to our heart’s content via the Federal Reserve. Wow, that sounds great, doesn’t it? Of course, that is a spot created by the Federal Reserve and up on the Federal Reserve YouTube channel. FedNow is live at 35 banks: Axios reports that 35 banks across the country are participating in the launch. By the numbers: So far, 35 banks have signed up as early adopters of FedNow, including JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo, but notably not including Citigroup or Bank of America. That number is rather lower than the Fed led us to believe as recently as recently as June. The U.S. Treasury is also signed up as an early adopter of FedNow. In order to use either service, both the sending and the receiving bank need to be signed up for the system. We are now officially on that slippery slope I’ve been talking about. I wrote about exactly this happening in my dystopian fiction, Good Citizens, and discussed how this could evolve to control almost every aspect of our lives.
Why I’m concerned that FedNow is live. A while back, I wrote an article discussing a payment gateway designed by the Federal Reserve called FedNow. This is a way to make instant transfers between accounts, sort of like PayPal or Venmo, but without the users having to move the money from various wallets. While it sounds convenient, the concern is that …