16 June 2022 | Those who are pushing for the abolition of cash and the surveillance and classification of people with artificial intelligence like to pose as helpers of those previously excluded from the formal financial sector. They talk of financial inclusion. A recent economic study shows that the few disadvantaged people who are helped by the advertised methods are vastly outnumbered by those, whose situation continues deteriorates.
9 June 2022 | In Italy, half the population already has the new biometric digital IDs, which allow people to conduct their affairs with the notoriously inefficient administration online. But the new digital identities are supposed to be used for a lot more. Italians may soon be some of the supervised apeople in Europe. Continue reading “Italians go for the biometric digital ID”
8 June 2022 | Nigeria’s government has recently started requiring all SIM cards to be linked to the National Identification Number (citizen number). 73 million SIM cards were blocked in April. This is how the global surveillance programme ID2020 is enforced. Thanks to support from the IMF, Nigeria is also the fist major country with a digital central bank currency. They will not be satisfied with having pushed these things thorugh in Nigeria. It will come to you, too.
7 June 2022 | Warnings that government social engineers could soon determine what kinds of food we be allowed to buy have seemed far-fetched, until now. Currently, the first European government is working on getting the necessary data. It is collecting all payment data and cash register receipts and merging them with data on households.
7 June 2022 | It has been Bilderberg meeting time again. Behind closed doors, from June 2 to 5, the heads of the CIA and Pfizer, a vice president of Facebook and top people from Microsoft and Google sat together with top representatives of the EU and NATO and journalists. All supposedly as private citizens, so that the participants do not feel bound by any transparency rules of their offices.
4 June 2022 | Social credit and digital central bank money are tools of technocratic social engineers. They want to turn societies into social mega-machines. To prevent this, it is not enough to defend individual freedom against powerful corporations or an encroaching state. We need a vision of a better alternative to social engineering.
2 June 2022 | A radical proposal by the US government to tighten the International Health Regulations (IHR) has failed at the 75th World Health Assembly of the WHO in Geneva due to the resistance of African and other countries, which did not want to submit so easily to a health dictatorship from Washington and Geneva. Negotiations about a strengthening of the IHR will continue until 2024 in parallel with the global pandemic treaty.