Ready to dive into the concerning world of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs)? Strap in because we're about to navigate through the key takeaways from a thought-provoking whiteboard video and discuss how we can safeguard our financial freedom in this strange new world.

In Part 1 of our journey, we explored the concept of CBDCs and their potential implications. We learned that CBDCs are digital versions of fiat currencies, aiming to streamline transactions and enhance financial surveillance.

However, their centralized nature poses risks to privacy, personal freedoms, and the potential for government control over our economic lives.

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Part 2 delved into the probable rollout of CBDCs and our challenges.

While the exact form of implementation remains uncertain, CBDCs will likely become a popular choice due to their attractive features.

The big question is whether we'll see a global unified ledger orchestrated by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and its puppeteers or a patchwork of domestic CBDCs connected through existing central banks.

Now, let's tie it all together in Part 3, where we explore actionable strategies to navigate the CBDC landscape.

We must acknowledge that most of us will likely earn tokenized dollars within the system, as alternatives like gold or Bitcoin won't be practical for everyday transactions.

But fear not, my friends, for we have options to protect our purchasing power and retain our financial privacy.

If we can, the ideal move is to convert our tokenized dollars into physical cash.

However, we must be prepared for the possibility that banks may not allow such a direct conversion. In that case, we can turn to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or the timeless value of gold.

These precious assets serve as stores of value, allowing us to preserve our wealth outside the prying eyes of the global elite.

But let's not forget the power of local jurisdictions! While the central planners may push for a social credit system, its impact will vary depending on where we reside.

Imagine living in a place like Texas, where local authorities couldn't care less about social scores. Your daily life wouldn't be burdened by such Orwellian systems.

Exploring emerging markets like Romania, Morocco, or even here in Colombia offers opportunities to escape centralized tyranny and enjoy greater financial freedom.

So, my fellow freedom fighters, don't hesitate, but navigate this CBDC world with savvy and determination.

We might not be able to prevent the rise of CBDCs, but we can adapt and protect our financial sovereignty.

Cash Matters ( is an organization fighting for your right to transact with physical cash, and they're worth checking out.

Now, I'd love to hear your thoughts on this pressing matter. How do you plan to navigate the CBDC landscape?

Are you considering alternative jurisdictions or exploring cryptocurrencies as a means of preserving your financial freedom?

Remember, my friends, the power lies with us, the people. Together, we can navigate the challenges that lie ahead and safeguard our financial future.

Stay informed, stay empowered, and stay rebellious!

Leave a comment below and share your thoughts on how you plan to thrive in a world of CBDCs.

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2 months ago

Thank you for the great perspective on what’s coming – there are a lot of great insights and ideas here. One thing I’m not sure about is the assumption that cash (in dollars, Euros, Pounds Sterling etc.) will be permitted to remain in circulation as a negotiable instrument. Recently I was in Amsterdam and already the city seems to have gone almost completely cashless. It was not possible to pay for a 2 Euro tram trip with cash, or to buy a coffee and croissant at a bakery – only digital payment is accepted.

2 months ago

To add to my previous comment, some folks are entertaining the idea of organizing a barter system within their community, which doesn’t involve cash but instead involves goods, services and skills that each person has which contributes something of value to the community.