Visa’s “Just Wave and Go” Commercial aka The Human Cattle in a Cashless Society

138

Yes, this is an ideal vision of the future. ** Takes deep breath ** A bunch of brain dead, robotic humans who move and act in sync, to the beat of conformity, giving the dirty look to whoever dares not to be part of the cattle by not using a credit card that is owned by a private company part of the Bilderberg group and that holds billions of people by the balls due to high interests fees on debt which is, by the way, the single most effective way to keep people subjugated to the rule of big bankers.

Other than that, I liked it.




Loading...

138 COMMENTS

  1. this ad will backfire on visa, its so obvious they're trying to make people like robots on a feeding assembly line. i will definitely boycott this technology.

  2. i hate this ad, "be robot or don't be at all" …those brainwashed fake-smiling zombies are looking at him like he is some dirrty criminal, silly empty shells of people!!!

  3. The private banking system only has control because of Romanus Pontifex of 1455, that is the Roman Empire declared itself to own all the land, all the bodies and all the souls. That's right, in it's bubble, we are it's Roman slaves. But Romanus Pontifex was collapsed June 12 2011. That's right, you are free to go now. Take those shackles off and toss the private bankers card into the Great Plastic Shredder. It is we who choose to give it life, by using it. Be the change you want to see. Stop perpetuating their slavery. Stop making them money so they can control you even more. This time is called 'The Waking of the Dead'. Wakey Wakey!

  4. I first saw this ad on Aussie TV here about 5-6 months ago and i thought it was very peculiar , i am glad that you have done an article about it as it is probably something most people would not get the chance to see with most people not having access to Australian TV commercials as much as we do here.

  5. When I saw this ad for the first time and it got to the punchline I instantly thought of it as another step towards everyone having chips implanted..

    Shopping, Minority report style.

    Electric scanners to get all your License, ID, Bank details or whatever needed at the moment. No more wallets required..

    Also, on an extra note, I know it's a cartoon, but season 6 of Futurama has an episode called Attack of the Killer App… Have a watch.. It's pretty good.

  6. I just happened to watch this video and I wanted to punch my computer. I work in retail and I work at a cash buisness a rarity in united slaves states of america. Look at all those robots owned by their bankmasters. Even the lady behind the register with her smug look giving him his change back, ha ha. She shouldn't even have a job they just really need a machine to do her job. At my job the sheep look so angry and inconvienenced when they have to pay cash. I laugh inside and know they are all slaves of the bank. One nation Under Debt, with misery and intrest for all

  7. I've never commented before, but this video made me think of something I watched recently. Did anyone happen to watch the new Disney (dead giveaway right there!) Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension? It just came out about a week ago. The boys, Perry the Platypus and Doofenschmirtz travel to an alternate dimension where another Doofenschmirtz (with a patch over one eye) successfully enslaves the "Tri-state area". The whole town is a complete police state. There are robot "Norms" running the streets ready to blast anyone who is caught outside without their identification. They are all forced to wear the exact same thing, dooferalls, and Perry from that dimension was captured and made into a cyborg. They even show a family portrait of the day they all conformed. Candace and the girl scouts lead the resistance. Perry and Doof join forces to beat the other Doof…The boys learn Perry's true identity, but have to choose between losing him as a pet or having their memories erased. I assumed VC would have covered this because the Disney channel made such a big production of it. And I know that ther has always been subliminal messages in cartoons, it's not even the first time I've seen it in that show, but there was nothing subliminal about that. It was clearly out in the open. They're gettin cocky with it!

  8. To be honest, this is frightening more than anything else. It's like they are all sitting around a table, watching this video, laughing so hard and saying "Look at the slavery and mind-controlled world we created… Hi five David!"

  9. Check this out!!!!!! Omgg the guys who uses the visa card after the guy who pays with cash the prise is 11:90$ (put it backwords) πŸ™‚ this is nuthing to joke around about people it's not that funny

  10. that commercial is complete buuuuuuuuuull S**T! I hate paying with a f*****g card, that s**t takes forever! you have to scan it and then the machine takes its f*****g time making sure im not a cheap ass with no money in the bank and then put in my pin and then sign my fucken name. i say this commercial is backasswards. I.M.O cards take longer

  11. I am close to paying off my last credit card & now pay cash or check (yes, real paper — wow, huh? As old fashioned as vinyl records!) for everything. I refuse to use plastic, credit or debit, for foolish items like coffee or movie tickets. People think I'm a loser for using real cash for everything, and keep telling me how clever they are to use plastic to buy foolish, trivial, unnecessary items, such as the coffee they pay almost five bucks for. They giggle and say, "Look, it's easy. You don't even need cash!" They ("they" being like a person I know, for instance) wander around town using plastic everywhere, then get to the grocery store and get their plastic rejected, try another card, get rejected, etc. & go through various cards, all getting rejected… Groceries they want to buy go into cold storage at the grocery store and they call the bank and "work things out." I say, "Why don't you just use cash?" She giggles, "Oh, you're so funny!" Late in the day the bank is calling about some problems…

    This is what people today don't get: They are living off debt! They take out loans for school and may or may not get a job after graduation. They take out a loan to get a car, and drive something they don't own. They use a credit card to buy clothes, and don't own what they wear. They use a credit card for food and don't own what they are eating, either! They don't realize it — but they own nothing. They have no cash for emergencies, no savings account, no IRA's, no CD's, no… no nothing. And they giggle and say, "But I have credit!" No. The banks own your rear end! Millions of young people today are wandering through life in a complete fog about their finances.

    And the sad thing is, they think all this massive debt that hovers over their heads is "normal."

    Previous generations did not have all this debt. If they had a loan it was for something useful, like a home or a car. Much of the time people worked and saved then got a second hand car and fixed her up. They paid their bills on time, and were responsible. They did not purchase frivolous, useless items like expensive coffee with "debt." They paid for what they had, and if they did not have much money, bought what was necessary, such as food.

    This generation truly needs to grow up about their finances. They don't even realize the banks are taking advantage of them with stupid credit cards and debit cards with interest and fees. The colleges are full of people offering credit cards and the kids sign up and start buying pizza and a coke with their shiny new plastic… eventually they run up a big balance and mom and dad end up paying it all off. When I went to college (as I went back to finish college in my 30's) they were giving free t-shirts and / or frisbees if kids signed up for credit cards.

    Unfortunately, I and many other people see the problem here… but I don't think we can fix the problem. The banks own society now, and have successfully brainwashed people that it's okay and good to spend-spend-spend and use plastic and have monstrous debt and keep on buying-buying-buying with plastic, shopping like an dumbass drug addict looking for the next dose of heroin.

    Sensible people are few and far between… (long drawn out sigh). Oh well.

  12. Great article VC.

    I am surprised that you have not posted a lot about the new commercials that have come out the last month or so.

    1. cashing checks by taking a picture of the check with an Iphone

    2. the new scan barcode stuff where you can use an IPhone- I forget what the commercial was for but you can use your Iphone to scan a barcode through the TV for a commercial. Today I received a verizon wireless bill that had the barcode scanner thing in the corner of the envelop.

    I'm sure these are just the smaller steps being taken towards a bigger agenda leading up to what was shown in this commercial as well as a few others. But it is definitely happening.

  13. Thanks Sarah Connor for the tips on ridding of EMF pollution. Might just start taking showers at night instead of morning… I just read the article about the electronic skin tattoo–very interesting! I think we are going to see some "mark" morphing for awhile–until it fully fits God's prophecy and meanwhile we become more and more used to all these different helpful human "accessories".

  14. They looked at the guy with Cash like he is the devil because the people in the commercial are stuck with enormous credit card debt and haven't touched a hundred dollar bill in about 5 years

  15. Shouldn't these idiots that run illuminati be glad that people are using money/ cash that has their number 1 emblem on the back of it! Let alone with the fact that it says IN GOD WE TRUST almost microscopic! above it!

  16. im actually the opposite, i hate when an establishment doesnt take credit or debit, or has a maximum amount you have to spend before they accept it, its annoying. for the record i dont own credit cards(which i believe is a scam) , just a debit. i prefer using a debit card because if i lose my cash, thats it, its pretty much gone, but if i lose my card , i can report it lost, the acct is frozen and my cash is still available from a teller…the benefit is the security, as long as the card is backed by cash you deposit in to your acct then its not really cashless. I cant spend when i dont put in.

  17. I'm so confused about the drive to only use credit as it’s supposed to be "quicker”. I always used my debit card because if I have money in my hand I will burn a hole in my pocket.

    But when I moved to New York, NO ONE takes debit. It is a cash only society. So it’s really confusing that they push that plastic is more convenient, while making it impossible to use.

  18. i work in this industry and can say with glee that the take-up of this technology is CLOSE TO ZERO!! outside of london no one uses it, the retailers don't want to risk taking these cards due to fraud risk being passed on to them.

    f**k you bilderberg.

  19. That's already happening. On a personal note, I don't own a credit card, nor credits. My co-workers, all of them own at least two credit cards and their incomes cannot afford them, creating them high rates of interest, they are and will be always in debt. My point is that they criticize people without credit cards, they think it is ridiculous not having one in these days. Further more, they argue it's completely necessary to have a credit card in order to get bails from banks. I've tried to tell them that it is just a bait, and they have absolutely bitten it. Every day, banks push people to own that kind of stuff, plastic money pretending it eases life, when indeed it just enslaves. I know what I am saying it's nothing new to you, just wanting you to know that VC is also and widely read in South America!

  20. Thank you VC for posting this and getting the awareness out. A few years back either Visa or Mastercard ran the same type of ad campaign. And now with apps available for selling/purchasing on 'smart' phone and everyone implanted with lovely RFID chips/tats, the cashless global society will be ushered in under the banner of safety and convenience. I was told about this in the early 90's and wrote the guy off as a conspiracy nut.

  21. Ya know, there was a time when the bible was what everybody had to have otherwise the authorities would punish you dearly. That conformity was applied to the entire planet hundreds of years ago. So what if there's a real god in the universe? Doesn't mean it's that one, or anyone of ours. Hell, every ancient deity on earth may well have been some alien visitor with a huge ego trying to push a global cargo cult scam. Since free will is a cosmic axiom, people MUST accept their own enslavement. There isn't any other way to conquer world.

    • Sorry, did I way world? I meant worlds. This primitive little rock is just one of many. Technology beyond your wildest dreams is everywhere, ideas written into the very fabric of reality. Anything is possible! But so many people are asleep that our civilization's potential is nominal.

  22. I just watched this & I'm nautious. I'm 18 years old, this is not how I want my future to be like just to get something to eat. I don't believe in credit cards so I pay with cash @ all times so that's how it's going to stay for me.

  23. Look on the prices on the display when the cattlepeople give their card. Sum always 13, at the end 11.

    Will they create a problem (11), maybe something out of the actual financial crisis, then this will be the solution they try to push?

    Let's do the same, create a problem for them – buy silver – then the reaction – their corrupt financial system will break, because of silver shortage and massive short sales in their books – then the reaction – use the silver we have as currency.

    Another positive side effect: we the smart and non corrupt people, who don't like their system, will be the one with money and therefore power.

  24. Have any of you heard the radio adverts for flu shots and the chip? I can't be the only one. Its becoming more and more blatant.

  25. i just got my first job and after watching this i don't think am ever gonna opt for any credit card. I buy everything with my own money, just like the guy in the ad. Even though he was given dirty looks he is waaaaaaayyy better off doing what he's doing!

  26. Hahahaha! I know the guy in the middle of the 3 tie flickers πŸ™‚ This ad was so obvious as soon as it came out, trying to make people feel stupid for using cash money. In Australia they are also running a series of ads for EFTPOS which is a completely fear driven, as if we need ads reminding us how we can use EFTPOS instead of cash! Like I said, the agenda here is so obvious if you didn't spot it a mile away your probably not a regular visitor to this sight πŸ˜‰

  27. I hope I never have to get/use a credit card… (I'm 19) I go with my mom to her bank to get my checks cashed. The tellers ask me every time if I want to open an account, and give me a guilt trip when I say no. Then I save half of my paycheck and put the cold money in my grandfather's 6ft safe, where he also keeps his guns, and important documents like deeds and such. This works for me now, but I don't think it will in the future…. ugh. ?:/

  28. This add be release a couple of profanities the first time I saw it. Seeing it again made me steups. Everyone wants to be cool but sorrry you can keep your credit cards.

  29. I believe there was a similar commercial like this years ago. I think it was the Visa Checkcard in fact. It was advertising the convenience of using a debit card rather than writing out a check. They would show the same kind of uninterrupted flow until someone decides to write a check out. Though they didn't really have the synchronicity that is shown in this commercial.

    I don't believe in so called "hidden messages" in advertisements or other media, rather the message is simply that instead of digging around for cash, or having to slide your card, it would be easier to use their card with that technology (don't know what it's called) and be on your way. As for the synchronization it's supposed to show how easy and fast using the card is rather than paying cash which "disrupts" the flow when the guy presents it to the cashier.

    It's just trying to get you to use their card, that's all.

  30. Wow. Thanks VC.

    Another example of the media (and those in control of it) pushing boundaries and their ideologies.

    I just wish people would wake up and see that they're all being led astray, even my Christian brothers and sisters.

    It's frustrating, and the biggest lie is that we can't do anything about it – because we can, and it starts small.

    If we all just told two or three people, which encouraged change in their life, and then they did the same with another two or three people, what a difference that could make in a short time.

    Don't get sucked into believing one person cannot make a difference.

  31. vc please please you need to watch a movie called ((southland tales )) it has alot of stuff about iraq syria iran the same stuff that news talk about and they mention a world war 3 its so complicated i didnt get it so please analyze the movie whats so weird the movie released in 2006

  32. I Love VC and majority of (if not all) the articles here are extremely thought provoking but i was wondering why VC never has any articles on symbolism in hip hop i listen to all genres of music but i find it to be overwhelming in hip hop videos and music today If anyone here listens to jay z or kanye west im pretty sure you know what i mean anyway they just shot a video for a song called otis where they tear apart a $350,000 dollar maybach also they rap in front of a huge american flag and do the baphomet hand signal repeatdly as they perform if anyone has seen the video look at there hands when they say certain rhymes like "cant you see we gettin money up under you"

    • I saw an article on MTV where they asked some industry folk what the thought otis meant….google search it…..we cant always just leave it to VC for intepretation, start to look up symbolism and try to decipher and draw your own interpretations..maybe .i can help you along.

      first off the video is directed by spike jonez, who directed kanye's flashing lights video, which if u remember mixed the whole sex and murder theme, a slow moving video of a sexy very vuluptous model,who strips down to lingerie burns her luxurious mink coat,and with shovel in hand murders kanye in the trunk of a luxury vehicle….look more into his work.

      ….i saw the video too and just thought it was typical brain wash the youth type video," oh look at how much $ we have, look how cool we look, we will destroy this very expensive vehicle(usually "worshiped" in rap videos,shown very glossy and sleek, check out some rick ross videos) get the kids focused on the destruction of self to get $$$

      they destroy the car chop shop style very rudely with no regard for the value of the car ..

      but then i got to the american flag and then it starts to make more sense:

      i think its more for public relations, this video will be shown around the world, and lately the US in the media has been getting a bad rap for being broke,being in debt, maybe its like a showing the sheep "hey were not broke,were still living up our dreams, check out these models!" models always flank the wealthy. its and advertisement of living the american dream, thats all these videos are they're commercials,but they're prsenting and idea,an agenda ,a program.WHATS THE IDEA THEIR SELLING HERE? Lets keep these kids, these foreigners "trying" to get rich in the US , the elite need consumers ,people who want to buy into the lies,keep the machine running with blood,sweat and tears,their god is mammon,or money they always want more n more followers…become the mindless zombies who get up everyday and work for way less than what their value is,trying to get a piece of the stale pie, imagine the average money worshiper has no idea what these guys HAD TO DO to even get to that level of fame n fortune! hence listen to jayz's rhyme

      "Political refugee, asylum can be purchased

      Uh, everythings for sale, I got 5 passports

      I’m never going to jail"

      then later he spits:

      "Viva Mexico, Cubano

      Dominicano, all the plugs that I know

      Driving Benzes, wit’ no benefits

      Not bad huh? For some IMMIGRANTS

      Build your fences, we diggin’ tunnels

      Can’t you see? We gettin’ money up under you"

      he means the US people in congress and senate you know the lying actors who make us believe there is a government body, are up in arms over illegal immigration and how to handle it , so jayz is saying the US is trying to build a fence to keepu out??!! just dig a tunnel underneath it and keep coming in to chase the dream and try to make that MONEY! . see how he mentions doiminicans,cubans and mexicans , those are some the people amoung many who come here and stay here illegally working and sending money home.leaving behind families,wives and children, so broken homes result in chasing $, they think its better to get money and feed my family , then struggle together as a family there at home and RAISE their family, give them spiritual,emotional wealth.

      Did u also check out the part where it looks like kanye is praying, he says

      " i made JESUS WALKS so im never going to hell" that was song he made yrs ago, and has since abandoned those christian religious values.

      which he proves because right after that sentence proceeds to just bombard the listener with high end luxary bragging materialism, so he's basicly sending the message our god mammon doesnt care if you're materialistic! later in the song Kanye makes a rhyme which can be either taken literal or metaphorically but consider this :

      "What more can I say? We killin’ ‘em

      Hold up, before we end this" campaign"

      As you can see, we done BODIED the damn lames (bodied is slang for killing someone)

      Lord, please let them accept the things they can’t change" (what lord? mammon? false god?)

      ending with a prayer to the dark lord ,right they're is the point of the song, thats how you get ahead, murder,blood sacrifice,allegance to darkness….thats the elite motto….whatever it takes to get this money, you do it! they tickled the nose of poor foreigners with the scent of possible success , so leave a family behind, kill, sacrifice,etc. you see? any one can interpret a video, u just need the tools like your mind sharpened, an overall idea of what is the purpose of "entertainment" in the media and the symbols used. all of that is available here VC has given lots of tools for us to do our own digging.

      • … ur good! I havent seen the video nor heard the song but you explained that so very well. Are you a teacher, if not u should be. I went to philly a little bit ago and noticed how EVERYBODY has a tat (tattoo). Man, woman and child. Can you help me with this one? Why the tats of evil look angels or demons with wings. I mean I think that this spanish old lady had the whole pic of hell on her back. Little girls with tats of their babies foot prints. You name it, somebody's got a tat of it. I looked like I had be locked away because I don't have any. tats of doors, chairs, prayers, stop lights, SS#'s commments, and I even seen one of a bar code on the neck. Is this some part of brain washing goin on? Why is it so wide spread? Help me understand please….

      • @ wow , thank you but no im not a teacher, i just read and research about alot of this stuff myself and have done so for many years, that was only my intepretation doesnt mean it was exact or anything, but its just putting 2 n 2 together,and trying my best to understand what its all about. now to question about tattoos, i would say just what i told the previous commenter, when you have a question first do your own research before you ask someone else , that way you can compare notes instead of just go off some ones eles's ideas.

        a good way to start off is with a search about "tattoos" or just google "how did tattoos get so popular" do some background reading about the origins of tattoos, who mainly got them in the past and what did they reprsent? theres nothing new under the sun and im sure you arent the first to question this practice:)

        now in my humble opinion the popularity is influenced by media and athletes,music celebrities and tv stars who were in turn influenced by what they see on the street,i remember the first athlete to really have tats was dennis rodman, before him i dont really remember seeing that kinda out thing on tv unless it was a movie about bikers and punk rockers , so he kinda broke the door down,made it mainstream and from there now every body and their mother gets a crazy amount of work done.

        for some tattoos are a way to express yourself on your skin, it shows you can take some pain, your tough and maybe counter culture ,its shows you dont give a rats ass about whats acceptable and you dont care what others think…i happen to have 3 tats myselfs,,am i brain washed? no, a lil sado masochistic? maybe…lol ….my tats represent meaningful things to me but for someone who has hell on their back or demons and angels wings obviously has some interest in those ideas or maybe just superficially thinks they look cool, next time u see one that sparks ur interest, just ask, ive had many people ask me why did i get mine, people are usually proud of their tats and would be glad to indulge the backstory.

        now for religious people its like sin, and to them reflects satans hold on the minds of men, our bodies are temples and shouldnt be defaced, tattooed or pierced ….i dont hold those views but if ask them they might give a whole different perspective…hope that helps, peace

  33. This commercial goes really well when ran right before the new armed forces commercial where they say they are a global force,, for good.

  34. Could they be any more subtle? How do people who have not read this article not get it after seeing something like this?

    A better question: How does Visa get the gall to even say it all so blatantly?

  35. Speaking of chips/technology/RFID and stuff, I learned something this last week that I did not know. The new passports have RFID. My husband works in high tech and did not fully understand the implications of this either. At a meeting he had recently they tested out the RFID reading apps you can purchase. Had my huband go to the other side of the room like he was walking in, passport in pocket, and the guy giving the demonstration activated the app. Voila!!! Had ALL his info!! SSN/DOB/Address etc…if freaked him out. He is now getting one of those passport and debit card protectors that can block them from being read. Maybe most of you already knew that? I'm a no-tech soooo……

    Also – the UK passport…what's up with that? The chakras and 11' and overall just looking like one big old baphomet? I feel like VC may have even shown this before? Just more proof to me the the new age movement will be used in the nwo/globalism = rule of the anti-christ.

    http://pigs-in-the-parlor.blogspot.com/2009/06/ch

    • Sarah, has your husband heard anything about the company that has developed an RFID tattoo? The company name is Somark, they were based in St. Louis but moved out or are moving out west to CA I think. This is scarey, I think the mark of the beast has to be visual–to indicate identity & worship of the beast–an RFID tattoo could fit that bill. They developed it for farm animals–but how easily that could translate to humans. People are getting so used to tats it wouldn't be such a jump to get an RFID tattoo as it would to get a chip injected. I think people would accept a tattoo much more easily. I wonder if all this other RFID embedded chipping in passports, state ID/drivers licenses could be trial and error for another more permanent ID program? Also, getting us used to RFIDs. Scarey UK passport.

      • Totally OT but Ij have a hummingbird all up in my business, what an amazingly neurotic little creature!!!

        Anyways, not sure but will ask and look into it! Of course in synch this is out in the newsworld today:
        http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.6e1e2

        My husband works with wireless LAN so you can thank our family for contributing to your EMF pollution. As a peace offering, few things to limit the effects:

        1. Walk barefoot on earth at the end of the day…or…take a shower. These both act as conductors to rid your body of the frequencies and you will sleep better!!!

        2. Always roll down your window after using your cell in the car, otherwise it is just pinging around on you and yours!

        3. Keep wireless phones and cells out of your bedroom while you sleep.

        Thanks doodles for the tip! Gonna look into it this weekend. See, sharing is caring πŸ˜‰

    • An Excellent Observation …… Devil signs everywhere but when you are not blinded they appear in plain sight!

      Thank you for noticing this too.

      God Bless

  36. It's easier to spend way more than you anticipate when you use a card instead of cash. I take out a certain amount of cash for gas/food each week and budget that way. When using cards, you are freer to buy extra and go over the top. Cash is more literal. You see/feel it leave your wallet. Credit cards are one of the main reasons everyone is in debt. They don't see the cash as it leaves their wallet–they can get instant gratification without the cash to back up their buying fulfilling "instant gratification." If you could only buy with cash, people wouldn't be so over-the-top in debt.

  37. I work in a bank in the credit card division and its the dumbest system I ever heard of. When I asked where the money comes from to give people credit no one could give me a sraight answer. Makes me wonder if the money even exists until you start paying it with interest and bullshit charges.

    • Working at a bank, surely you know that banks use the money from DEPOSITS to lend at higher rates. The spread (what they pay in interest on deposits vs what they receive in interest on loans) makes up the bulk of profits.

  38. @matmar and whoever else is freaking out about "the chip". It's not "the chip" you need to be worried about, it's what you have to profess/believe/submit to to get "the chip"/whatever this mark of the beast is. If you think about it, how much different is money from "the chip"? If you don't have money you cant buy or sell. Why aren't you freaking out about that? I think we need to stop focusing so much on "the chip" and start paying attention to what you have to believe/proclaim to get "the chip".

    The original hand and head mark is seen in Exodus 13:9 "It shall be as a sign to you on your hand and as a memorial between your eyes,"

    And Satan's attempt to copy God because that's all he can do Rev. 13:16"He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, "

    • Hey Clint,

      That definetly needed to be said. When I talk about the chip or the "mark" I assume people know what that means. I always wondered how that would work out, would they be very blatant about that at that point? Or will they try and mask what people will profess/submit to? I definetly feel like they are approaching people with the blatant route, music is getting really ballsy as far as Satanism goes, and it goes far in the pop industry now.

      A little off topic and I hate talking about Pop media but peep Odd Future and Terry the creator- This guy is really pushing the agenda of effed up morals and dissing Jesus onto hipsters and hip hop heads while advertising Allister Crowley tshirts. Then you have Jay-z's clothing line, The TISA clothing line. And t's all appealing to hipsters, hip hop heads, skateboarders, black youth and the youth in general. I see a trend being set right now and I think its going to get really blatant in 2012.

    • You know I've been hearing a lot about that too. The mark in the head being the brain and accepting the mark of God is his law. Forerunner777 did a video on the same thing and he asked 200 people about a rapper having a tattoo on his face and what was it. Everybody knew that it was a icecream cone but not one person knew the 4th commendment. Wow it was shocking to see that we know whats on a persons face and dont even know God's Laws. It's on youtube Christopher Hudson is his name.

      • @jade – Jesus' priest hood comes in the order of Melchizedek not in the order of Aaron. Therefore the ten commandments don't apply to those that believe in Jesus.

  39. There's the convenience of being able to flash a card/chip/iris and buying something on the card.

    There's also the convenience of being able to keep track of your finances and figuring out how much the stuff costs you. And while it may seem more like a pain in the butt, we're talking about control over one's self – something that simply passing a card in front of a scanner doesn't fit.

    I prefer the cash option, although I do do internet stuff for bills.

  40. Holy cow, that was so blatantly similar to all the things VC has been writing about. This actually made me kind of mad. I was rooting for the cash payer, that was just ridiculous!

    • Yes. Cash is definitely more intuitive. You can feel it leave your wallet, whereas a card you just can go on forever without realizing how much debt has been accumulated.

    • lol. You're right. It's like he's the only one who notices how weird the whole thing is. lol. They probably did so many retakes he just couldn't fake it anymore and the producers were like"fu*k it, good enough" and totally overlooked it. Oops.

  41. TBH this is a good advertisement. I think it's actually a few years old. It shows people happy, being an accepted part of the crowd, upbeat music playing and the card is clearly featured and put in a good light. Really it seems much more positive than what Vigilant describes in that they aren't cattle, which don't show emotion but are choreographed dancers, probably spent days re-recording this over and over again.

    Still I get what Vigilant means, plus it's unrealistic as not every place has card readers for this thing and likely you'll have to type in your password and wait for it to clear meaning you'll still have to wait, assuming it works like a normal credit card at times. Cards take up just as much time to use, sometimes more at checkout and with how much you see them being used here it's like everyone is rich. It also doesn't show drawbacks and technical details, like the interest rates you'll have to pay for this supposed convenience that would DON'T have to pay if you just use cash.

    Never trust a bank.

    • Actually, that commercial was first broadcast in April of this year (2011).

      I saw commercials before in a similar vein, but a lot less dance-like. The people tended to move along in lines, and when someone used cash it just stopped the line – no rear-ending, no spillage of food and drink, no absolute disruption of the environment, just a line stopped a few seconds more than "normal."

      Obviously they're pushing credit card usage for small purchases…seeing as we haven't embraced it as much as some other peoples….

  42. Why do you think the whole idea and pre-packaged term, "stolen identity", just popped up a few years back? It was predictive programming and the creation of a widescale problem that at the time was miniscule.

    They often create the social problems they intend to "solve" in a pre-planned way… never underestimate the forethought of the satanic elite.

    • Stolen Identity isn't as new as you think. I had someone do credit card fraud on me back in 2005 – It was actually rather funny what happened in retrospect (ever get a balm made to get you fuller, more luscious lips?), but amongst the items rejected (and there was a sizable list) was an attempt to buy my credit report. If that purchase had been successful, I may still be trying to clear the mess from that.

      I even know people who had troubles earlier. One lady had fraud done so long ago that the fraudsters were able to get away with it by declaring their right to privacy broken (how else would they have been found out?)! Needless to say, laws have changed since then.

      Don't overestimate the Elite's ability to plan. Better to watch their ability to improvise. They may have plans, but not every plan has a preceding situation to fit it.

  43. Don't worry this card will never be popular, at least not in my country, France. People will be scared to have their cards stolen as you can purchase stuff so easily (no pin number like we have in France, not sure if you have them in the US)

    So not worried about it πŸ™‚

  44. try looking beyond the smoke and mirrors of "convenience" and you'll see the real agenda buddy. otherwise you'll just run off the cliff with the other sheep…

  45. A few years back there was a similar one using the industrial music often heard on the Bugs Bunny cartoons. Thought that was well done, but it gave the same feeling about the herding and the cashless society leading to the mark of the beast.

  46. The whole point is, whether its a dollar, or a card, we all really out here workin for nothin. We are trying to get rich off illusions, the imagination of a group of individuals or a force that today, STILL has not been fully exposed. It all started with gold, and the fact that people always seem to need a visual aide for something that is not tangible to yhe eye, but is yet still very real. So gold was used as a representation of wealth. People slaved for it, and also did whatever else to get it. But why? If you peep the characteristics of gold, is it rare? Yes, can you eat it? No. Can it keep you warm? No. It grows from the ground like anything else, whats it that valuable? You dont need it to survive, over the centuries we have been tricked because of the closed mind. Now wealth is depicted as a plastic card? You cant actually see values, they just claim theres this much on there. If all the banks of the world went under and cpus crashed, people would panic thinkin bout money, when the land itself is the secret to maintaining life, and the actual soul itself is the wealth that this supernatural nemesis is after. All I can say is pray, and be not swallowed by the sites of this world. Take breaks from the tvs and radios and open your minds and spiritual eyes so you can see clearly. And remember, anytime you want to know what the oppressors are up too, just cut the tv and the radio back on.

  47. I'm about to be 18 in September and my bank keeps pushing me to get a credit card. I mean, I am going to a university in the fall too and i could use it to buy a laptop but then again I don't want let's say $800 to turn into $2000 worth of debt just by paying it off little by little. And I've been poor my whole life. I've never been shopping for clothes. Like I'll go to the mall and buy one pair of jeans and a tee or just a pair of shoes because that's all I can afford at one time. And I'm in need of new clothes. It's tempting to use it to go on a shopping spree.

    • Perla,

      Dont worry about buying stuff. If you cant afford it don't buy it on credit.( or maybe lets say the truth is that you don't even need it)

      I can very much relate to what you are saying…I came from a basic background as well in Africa and went to study for my college in the UK…..stuff was all over to buy (everyone was buying it, and i too felt like i needed it) but i just had to restrain.

      The good thing is for you to forget about these stuff (just now) i promise you if you work hard enough…it will all be yours later and guess what! you won't have to use credit then!! Good luck!

      • Good for you, Perla. Don't ever get sucked into a credit card; it may be pretty and shiny, but it will chain you down for life. That's their goal and plan, buy things you can't afford and be permanently subservient to them in the name of paying off this "debt".

        Without debt, there would be no need for currency.

        I myself have no credit cards, and no "credit rating" to speak of. Sure, it denies me housing and buying a car – but if you pay it off up front without the debtor's interest, then you'll never have to worry about how you're going to afford it the next month. I'm happier without a credit card.

        Probably should get rid of that stupid debit card too – that can also get you in trouble if you don't pay close attention to what you spend. My bank has made lots off of me due to overcharges..

        Overall, I think: bank-free is the way to be!

      • Don't do it. All it takes is one little thing to go wrong in your life, making you unable to keep up with payments and you're screwed. Your credit can be destroyed making it hard for you to do anything important (house, car, etc, even get a job sometimes) later in life. The same thing happened to me, and now I am $4000 in debt to the credit card company, my minimum payment being $600 JUST to pay off the interest. All that happened was I started getting less hours at work and had a hard time finding another job for half a year, fell behind, and now I feel like they own me. This is besides my student loans which I also owe payments, totaling 10's of thousands of dollars. If I don't get it under control (aka paid off) before the world goes down the crapper, I'll probably end up being owned by the government and be some kind of slave until my debt is paid off or something. Sounds dramatic I know, but I don't put anything past the government any more! At least for now, there are still companies willing to revise payment plans for those struggling to make payments… but still… a very slippery slope that I don't recommend for young people such as yourself!

    • Perla-

      You can also 'network'. Ask around for a laptop..alot of people that build computers will have parts and laptops just laying around. Ask your friends and family to ask around for you and maybe try craigslist.

      You can get clothes/kitchen items/desks/fun stuff at the thriftshop, plus you can decorate/fix up your place with more personal creativity as they have a much cooler selection and BETTER quality even. I personally don't dig giving my money to big corps but have still been able to get dressed, feel cute in what I'm wearing and nobody knows. I've never had a credit card and I do feel free and thankful.

      I know it's tempting if you begin thinking about all you can get with a credit card but resist those thoughts(all the 'stuff' + debt makes people depressed and oppressed) and get excited about getting more for your money and finding a real deal.

      I refuse to comform to society! ;p

    • Also, most university libraries have lots of computers, the only thing you would need to get is some flash drives or an external hard drive.

    • Perla dont ever get a credit card its the devils candy. I was 18, poor family, and in college. I made the mistake and gave in and now my life is ruined. Im in financial jail. It ruined my life. Please everyone dont use devil cards.

    • Never been shopping for clothes? Then you say you go to the mall and buy jeans and a t-shirt? Either you don't understand words or your priorities are well off.

      If I go and buy a pair of jeans then I have self-evidently been shopping for clothes.

  48. At least it's not hi-fiving a piece of metal with your hand of giving it a headbutt so your forehead gets scanned properly.But,transhumanism is transhumanism and just because this is external from the human body doesn't mean everything's erm A-OK(666-coincidently linked in with RFID).

    Also,is it just me or are they promoting homosexuality with this,cos that slaphead guy in the middle wearing the white is as gay as hell.NO offence intended,but the dude is camp to say the least.Anyway,Peace and Love ppl

  49. just wave and go? hows about we just go! this will make even the plastic card seem inconvinient…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eob532iEpqk&sn

    I believe that this may be their ultimate goal for the "mass herd". I dread to imagine the looks you'll receive for breaking out $20 when we get to this point, or worse yet, the type of apprehension that may follow…

    • this video just creeped me out IMMENSELY!!!!! I will be reading my Bible a whole lot this weekend!!!! Praying for everyone, especially those who do not believe!

      Love Lindsay

  50. And of course the human cattle in the video are charged "$11.90" … not once, but twice they show it to us…. 9/11 9/11 can't get enough of that 9/11 bullshit πŸ™‚

    thanks VC for making it so easy to see through the deceitful manipulation of our "elite" controllers, may they all bake in their own respective personal hells for as long as necessary

    ONE LOVE

    • Something to throw at ya:

      Only in America do we list dates as Month/Day/Year. Most places in the world (and the military, natch) do it Day/Month/Year.

      So 11/9 would be the 11th of September to the rest of the world, with us thinking it was November 9th.

      September 9th. I know you know, but now you know another way to look at it.

    • I absolutely noticed…in fact I was just scrolling through comments to see if anyone else caught it. The other three prices they show all add up to 13. Coincidence? maybe…

      • Reminded me of this: "I'm an outsider by choice, but not truly. It's the unpleasantness of the system that keeps me out. I'd rather be in, in a good system. That's where my discontent comes from: being forced to choose to stay outside." – George Carlin, When Will Jesus Bring The Pork Chops?

  51. There was one of these ads whether it was Visa or Mastecard, I am not sure and I have searched for it with not luck.

    Anyway in the ad, there is the guy running around to buy things quickly and he pauses a tv screen and I am 99% certain there is a pic of the traditional illuminati symbol- pyramid, eye on top etc etc. It is only a split second but I would swear it is there.

  52. Just stupid! It's the same old message: "You dont have it? YOU ARE A LOSER! Don't ruin the rest of the people's life, be like the others"

    In this society it's hard to stay off the wave, but not impossible!

    Stay strong peolpe!! God bless ♥.

    • Don't forget that staying in the wave is an unwinnable game. The bar rises… well lowers, limbo-style, each time enough people conform. Yesterday you can't change back the banknote for gold, today they want a bank account or CC to pay the bills, tomorrow you will have to be implanted stuff to be able to work at certain levels of efficiency.

      So technically it's better to exit the game early.

  53. That is a clever jab at us the "herd" and when commercials like this come on we just laugh or stare at it in a bored daze completely missing the message that they are trying to convey to us. I dont wana live in a society where there is no cash and we only have a plastic card owned by a private company. To me this is saying the whole time we spend on earth the money that we are working so hard to get legally or illegally, the money we stress over, die over, get robbed over, take, and pay out is not and will never be ours. We are trying to live up to a standard of living that will not be reachable because at the end of the day it isnt ours we're simply borrowing it til we die and even then we still owe somebody! Somebody told me its against the law to have over a certain amount of money in your home. How is that against the law? wth! is anybody scared? Because im terrified.

    • Had not heard it is against the law to have more than a certain amount of money in your own home–scaaaaaaaaarey! Have heard we are only allowed to stock pile a month or so worth of food in our homes. Considering when food becomes scarse (look at all of our disasters cutting into our ability to supply food) we aren't even allowed to prepare for it supposedly.

  54. The time is very near, when plastic cards will be cease to exist, and chips will be implanted in mankind, in order to aide the problem of lost and stolen cards. And I'm sure all of our medical records, financial information, passport, drivers license, etc will be "conveniently" incorporated into it. If you don't have one, well, you don't exist. Can't sell, can't buy. Scary times we're living in.

    • @Jake Watson…"If you don’t have one, well, you don’t exist. Can’t sell, can’t buy"

      Its in the bible Jake….it was predicted long before You and I walked this earth…it's called…THE MARK OF THE BEAST" Yeah indeed…these are scary times we’re living in….Have a happy weekend guys.

      • It's hypocrite that you wish us a nice weekend when you are prophecies of doom in your hand.

        Now, I'm not saying that the so called "end of the world" or "apocalypsis" as Christians know it is not going to happen, but first of all, its not an ending, it's a change, and second, don't go spreading your religion to everyone you meet, it's annoying.

      • right!

        I dont believe, well not in a church,,

        I believe in universe, astrology, energie. (zeitgeist 1)

        But still.. we are living in bad times.. but.. dont get frustrated..

        forgive everyone, smile, be happy, and be really happy, enjoy every single thing

        bucause the thing the illu wants is you to take part in the collective negative mind πŸ™‚

        so yes..

        have a nice weekend!

      • I'm not even sure if that god you talk about exists, but whatever.

        I find it amazing that we all have that positive vibe too! but I don't find it adequate to say that among fear, destruction, evil, judgement etc.

        I think something more like "but we all will be alright in the end" would be more suitable.

        Take care!

  55. Oh dear, I better get that Visa quick! I don't want to be that uncool cash-paying loser that everyone stares at with disgust!

  56. I remember those commercials. Seriously though, when has going through ANY line ever been that effortless, regardless of technology? There's always the bratty kid, the price checker, the return, the other co-worker that comes by and distracts the cashier for the next 30 secs for a question or to switch out for breaks. And let's not forget what computers actually do: crash every once in a while. Usually the day when you need exactly ONE item, and think you're going to get in and out of the store in 5 minutes or less.

    One of the local area grocery stores installed the self-check out lines a few years back. The first month or so, they were an unmitigated disaster. The sensors were too sensitive (i.e. accidentally having an article of clothing touch any part of the system would cause an error), and the scanners wouldn't always scan. The cashiers spend more time trying to correct the errors. They disabled them for a short period, but then reinstalled them so they worked more reliably.

    But no machine can predict all of human behavior.

    • Those fricken self-checkouts. Now everywhere I go they have 1-2 live cashiers out of 10 lanes, so naturally I walk over to the self-checkout and while I'm scanning and bagging my groceries I ask myself, "When the f*ck did I start working for this grocery store and where's my discount?"

      • Ha! That made me laugh. πŸ˜‰ I'm with you. I couldn't care less if people give me dirty looks for whatever I do in life. I'm used to them, having grown up in a rich, suburban town. F**k conformity.

    • I'm sorry, but with this economy I'm pulling PENNIES from my change purse to pay for things nowa days. This commercial is so out of touch with reality it's disgusting.

      And to paint the guy paying with cash like a loser is f*cking retarded. Like he's missing out on so much cause he hasn't been micro chipped like all the "cool" people.

      crap.

      • Cash is King – i feel like the money in my account is just numbers, and if there was an error and the bank system crashed, my account would be a big fat zero…

        whereas if i keep my cash physically, at least i can get to it and the bank cant get its greedy hands on it just like that (unless i get mugged lol πŸ™

    • The greedy Builderburg bastard banks always win at the end of the day…with their hidden fees and limited transactions BS they're slowly but surely robbing us. Yesterday a customer service rep with my bank told me i was charged 30$ in fees last month because i went over my limited transactions…yea 30$! for using their stinking cards!! and she told me they've up'd their fees from 65cents to 1$ recently! & oh I should have known ..because they sent me a letter in the mail, which they know many of us toss in the trash unopened (I'm an online banker ..so I argued they should have sent everyone e-mails..what? are they afraid we'd start a BBM riot or something? lol)

      ….Yea, i know.. its sort of my fault.. i kinda lost the feel for money recently and swipe away for almost every transaction…i mean even the parking meter machines take credit cards now lol…but i think by far the worst affected by this tech are the homeless. I think it was last week where i came out of a 7/11 and I told the homeless gentlemen who asked for change ..that i was sorry.. i only had cards on me…& when i got into my car I sat down and paused for a moment and thought WTF…imagine how many ppl didn't give him change because they "only have cards".

      I'm seriously thinking about going back to Ca$h.

      • they will not be afraid for that πŸ˜‰

        in london people are calling out for themselves

        here in the netherlands and in america people are f*****g cowards

    • I don't know why, but I didn't laugh with or w/out sound.

      Btw, If that is so futuristic, then why are they only reading Magazines?

      Aren't they supposed to be glued to their cellphones, iPod, laptops, or any gadgets?

      My guess is that they're already microchipped.

      • You know I am actually "chipped" too. Against my will or course.

        We have a card in Denmark that has become very popular over the past years. It is called NemID (Translated into EasyID or Easy Idea). Of course the media had to glorify these cards and therefore many danes has already made a card for themselves. Almost everyone has those cards nowadays.

        The card register all your information (adress, e-mail, phone number, bank information etc.) and store it in their database. It is illegal to give the NemID false information. It is up to you, whether you want the card or not, or so they SAY. I knew that this was just another step toward the NWO, so I didn't get this card.

        Yesterday however I found out that I couldn't enter the school I wanted, because I didn't have that card. Yup. In the end I had to make one. Many other things depend on this card in Denmark. Like the bus transport. The universities. So everyone in Denmark is basically forced to get "chipped". There is indeed something rotten in the state of Denmark.

    • Actually I sort of cried… πŸ™‚

      Hi VC! First time commenter but long time viewer of the site! Your research and analysis are definitely a cut above! Thank you for helping people comprehend this very real rabbit hole in such a thorough way.

      Somehow you've been 'touched' so I personally want to "thank you".

      P.S. Love the lead-in!! Humor is a very effective way to drive an important/vital message home, isn't it? πŸ˜‰

    • There's nothing funny about people becoming robots because they are fooled so easily by"updated" technology. And even if i knew nothing about all this stuff and muted it, it's still not funny to me!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment may take some time to appear.