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[10/19/16]  It’s official Apple’s next goal is to eliminate cash, within the next few years. Tim Cook, Apple’s homosexual CEO, claims that Apple Pay could be the catalyst that ultimately gets the world to switch from cash to total digital payments, and the New World Order.

The late Steve Jobs brought the world a new way to look at technology, but Apple, under Tim Cook might just change how the world thinks about money.

“We would like to be a catalyst for taking cash out of the system,” Cook said. “We don’t think the consumer particularly likes cash.”

Apple Pay is a digital payment service which was released in 2014. Users who store their credit cards, debit cards, and gift cards with the service can pay at checkout in stores by waving their iPhones near a terminal. However, Apple is not the only company trying to bring about a cashless world; so are Google and Samsung.

The turning point for Apple Pay is to garner banks into their service, and within the last two years banks, stores, and ATM locations, have all begun to transition into the new era.

Currently, the world is in a transition phase, and one of the key transitioning points to bring about the New World Order is to remove the “need” for cash or real money.