Following “Terrorist-Fighting” Ban On Cash, France Passes “Le Patriot Act”

Following “Terrorist-Fighting” Ban On Cash, France Passes “Le Patriot Act” (ZeroHedge, May 5, 2015):

In its efforts to ‘protect’ its citizens from terrorists, France deemed it necessary in March to “fight against the use of cash and anonymity in the French economy,”  and drastically reduced the public’s freedom and privacy to spend. Today, that freedom and privacy took another blow as the French government passed “Le Patriot Act” dramatically beefing up the government’s spying powers.

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  1. It’s really starting then.
    I would like a ringside seat, as picking a Mediterranean “hothead” country to start it off with will most certainly be the best way to test the water.

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