Economist Magazine 2015 Predicted India’s Cash Ban

                               By Tony K November 2015

The Economist Magazine of January 2015 predicted India’s cash ban – This is a big move towards a Global Cashless Society

The Rothschild owned Economist Magazine has yet again shown that the criminal banking cartel plans every move well ahead of time. The front cover of the January 2015 edition has many cryptic images on it which I won’t be examining in this article. Instead I am going to focus on just one part of the picture on that magazine cover. Notice that there is a piggy bank fleeing from under the “gold” coloured sleeves of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This picture I believe, shows an obvious reference given almost two years ago to an event that just happened in the last couple of days. There is a code of the Luciferian Elite to warn people ahead of time what they are going to do, but to have it disguised in a cryptic form that most people will not understand. That is exactly what they did here. They have now fulfilled the prediction given in that picture.

So what is the event I am talking about that just occurred to fulfill this? It is the insidious move by the Government of India to ban the Rs 500 ($7.50) and Rs 1,000 ($15) Indian banknotes. This is a huge move towards a cashless society in India. Make no mistake about it, this is just another step towards a global cashless society wherein the large criminal Central Banksters and Central Governments are seeking to control and monitor every transaction that people make. Ultimately this is leading to a World Government with a Global currency, wherein all cash will be banned

So let’s examine the picture. Firstly we see Prime Minister Modi with an outstretched arm. The colour of his sleeve is gold. Fleeing from underneath his outstretched arm is a piggy bank. It is no coincidence that Modi is a globalist puppet, and at the bidding of his puppet masters ( The Rothschild’s and other Illuminist families) he has just fulfilled another piece of the puzzle shown on the cover of the 2015 Economist Magazine.



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