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Well in an attempt to stop crime the Canadian government has decided to stop honouring the $1.00, $2.00, $25.00, $500.00 & $1000.00 dollar bills in the near future. They want everyone to bring in those bills so they can be destroyed at the central bank.

It just amazes me that our trusted and honourable government can just decided what has value and what does not. They said these bills had value so they allowed the people to have them at a cost and now they have decided they have no value.

I have an idea central bank. Maybe it’s the government that has no value???? Or I wonder how long it will be before they decided all paper and coins have no value?

The link is below if you want to catch up on the latest tactics by our government to keep control of our means of payment.





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So what note will be staying in circulation? The biggest organized criminals are the shit we call government.


I agree 100%!
We have in paper money the $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00 & $100.00. We also have the $0.05, $0.10, $0.25, $1.00 & $2.00 coins. They took away the penny or $0.01 years ago and use the round up system to cheat us out of even more money. It’s brutal. How’s things been going?


In Australia, we have the $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00 & $100.00 and coinage is .05, .10, .50, $1, $2.
We are getting the same bullshit rubbish down here, they keep talking about getting rid of the $100 note to stop crime. The only crime I see is people trying to hide their money from the real thieving scum they call gruberments, cheers mate.


Yes if we could get rid of government and kings and queens that would be the end of war and corruption. We would still have battles but they would have honour. Instead of what we have now which is killing poor people for oil and drugs. It makes me sick to think of the waste since 2001! Have a good one bud.