CBDCs, Digital IDs, Social Credit Scores
In early 2020, life as we knew it changed forever. What was sold to us as a fight against “a new and deadly virus“ soon revealed itself as merely the opening act of a Great Reset, in which we will “own nothing and be happy”. This film documents exactly who is behind it all, how long it’s been in the works, and how to stop it… before we lose our country, our liberty, and our humanity.
A number of coin shop owners in the United States have reported recently that their bank accounts have been shut down without explanation in what some are calling examples of what the future could be like if central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) are widely adopted.
On Monday, Gateway Pundit highlighted the cases of three separate coin shop owners in Ohio, Illinois, and Nebraska, respectively, who took to social media to share that their banks had canceled them without warning or details.
A quarter of mortgage holders, 24 percent, are having difficulty keeping up with monthly debt payments, says CMHC data. And barely half said they expect the value of their home to grow over the next year.
“The current economic context and rise of interest rates has had a significant negative impact on many consumers’ financial situation,” said the 2023 Mortgage Consumer Survey. “A significant proportion of mortgage consumers are struggling to make ends meet and fulfill their debt obligations, especially those under 35. This context is also affecting respondents’ general mood.”
The leaders of the Group of 20 nations have agreed to a plan to eventually impose digital currencies and digital IDs on their respective populations, amid concern that governments might use them to monitor their people’s spending and crush dissent.
The G20, which is made up of the world’s leading rich and developing nations and is currently under India’s presidency, adopted a final declaration on the subject over the weekend in New Delhi.
The group announced last week that they had agreed to build the necessary infrastructure to implement digital currencies and IDs.
While the group said that discussions are already underway to create international regulations for cryptocurrencies, it claimed that there was “no talk of banning cryptocurrency” at the summit.
The Digital Governance Standards Institute (DGSI) of Canada is proposing the adoption of a standard that specifies minimum requirements for age verification methods using biometrics.
Citing a list of risks to young people arising from inadequate, ineffective online age verification tools, the DGSI’s proposal pushes the federal government to add extra standards and technical safeguards to the age verification measures in its pending Bill S-210, also known as the Protecting Young Persons from Exposure to Pornography Act.
You will own nothing and be happy because everything you own will be on a network controlled by the Central Bank, where the government can turn off your ownership at any time. Brought to you, as so often, by Bill Gates.’
Digital travel credential pilots are set to expand beyond Europe, and forthcoming biometric scanners from Idemia will support such digital credentials, attendees heard during a recent Future Travel Experience webinar.
FTE’s “The Seamless Trusted Traveler Experience: What’s Next?” webinar brought together stakeholders from the U.S. government, airlines and Idemia to review the changes reducing ID document checks in the airport.
Bill Gates and other investors are betting Kodama Systems can reduce carbon dioxide in the air by chopping down and burying trees. The move will see 70 million acres of forests, mostly in the Western United States, cut down over the next decade.
After cutting down the trees, Kodama plans to bury them – to reduce global warming. However, “global warming” is a scam to enable the rich to become richer and the real reason for the destruction of forests is to reap saleable carbon offsets.
“An estimated 64 million small businesses use Square to facilitate credit card transactions, pull sales reports, review profit percentages, and manage inventory. A disruption that began midday on Thursday, however, left those customers without the ability to run their businesses effectively unless clients paid cash.”
There will be no recession, Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem yesterday assured reporters. Macklem quickly modified his remarks to caution there could be a “technical recession” but not what most Canadians “think of when they think of a recession.”
“I don’t think we are in a recession,” said Macklem, adding: “Where we are headed, of course no one can know the future for certain.”
“What are we expecting? We are expecting low, positive growth,” said Macklem. “If you take the average of the last three quarters, growth’s been a little less than one percent. We’ll put out a new forecast in late October. I expect it will be something around the recent trend for the next few quarters before it picks up once again.”
“Is that a recession? No