Harvard economist Larry Summers says “it’s time to go after big money,” and he wants to start by banning the $100 bill. But critics say he and other globalist elites may have an ulterior motive for such a move. The former U.S. Treasury secretary and chief economist of the World Bank recently penned an op-ed in the Washington Post calling for removing the 500 euro and $100 bills from circulation.
“He’s been writing forcefully about that for the past six months,” said Patrick Wood, an economist and expert on the Trilateral Commission, technocracy and global governance. Summers is a member of the elitist Trilateral Commission, co-founded in 1971 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski, and has operated at the highest echelons of global finance. The argument being parlayed by global elites is that high-denomination bills are often used by crime syndicates and terrorist cells. FULL REPORT