[T]here’s another article, even more egregious, more stupid, and more destructive, that the Journal recently ran, by Kenneth Rogoff, called “The Sinister Side of Cash.” He is, of course, a Harvard “economist.” You’ll have to get hold of it yourself, because of the newspaper’s reprint policy. But I urge you to do so. It lays out—in clear and well-written English—the “elite” rationale for negative interest rates, and the abolition of cash.I haven't attempted to psycho-analyze Rogoff myself, but in a review of his book I did write:
It literally beggars belief and makes me think the author is criminally insane. I mean that literally, in the clinical sense. Criminal because he actively advocates aggression against other’s property, and in effect, their lives. And insane because his thoughts and beliefs are completely delusional and divorced from reality.
This is a scary book in that it informs on the thinking and plotting that is going on. It is thorough, though, in recounting the theories of every lunatic that has ever advocated negative interest rates or the banning of cash.-RW
If you need an encyclopedic summary of this lunacy, this is the book. If you are interested in learning the high-level changes in technology and cash that are in our future, this is the book.
Keep in mind, nothing will stop them, not even nuclear attack.