Well Now There's a Thing...

Did you know that one company, Loomis, (or is that two?) manages the supply of cash in society in Argentina, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States.

G4S used to do it in France, but  in that country they sold that part of their operations to Loomis. Wow! Just one or two companies running the cash supply across loads of countries across the World. That's amazing! Amazing, too, that G4S, that plucky bumbling British company are also playing a role in the management of cash in China and a host of other countries across the World! I'll supply you with links soon. How did Loomis and cash supply buddies G4S get so big that they're running the cash supply across the World?

Talk about a red rag to those conspiracy theorist bulls!

Let's do some digging...

Comments

John said…
They don't 'control the money supply', that is done by central banks. They are a subcontractor paid to oversee the printing of notes. The machined ate owned by the central banks who can still print their own currency, they just choose not to (it's far more efficient to use one type of paper and ink - think of how many bank notes are printed globally!) also, think of how necessary it is to keep costs down by outsourcing. A note has to be as cheap as possible or currency wouldn't work very well (a large part of the value of an exchange note would be bound up with the note itself). It's not really a conspiracy, it's just most people who follow cconspiracy stories don't understand how things work. Here's one for you though: an ex-nazi living in a tax haven mansion that claims nation status and is exempt from international law hides a load of pedophiles who he empowered to abuse boys and then blocks UN policy affecting billions of people because it would mean his business lost money.
The Bones said…
When I say 'running the cash supply' I mean running it around in vans and stuff. I understand the CBs say how much.
John said…
Well if you understand that you understand it's a trivial point. They deliver paper to CBs that then stamp it with value and control the value. It's like saying the tin mines of Cornwall used to control British monetary supply because the provided the raw materials
Anonymous said…
G4S is hardly a little company. It employs 657,125 people according to Wikipedia; the world's largest security company.