The United Nations already declared Fintech as the chosen financial system for Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. It is, of course, all digital and includes creative blockchain technology for management and control of everything. It also demands 100 percent inclusion of all citizens in the system. This IMF article shows how India is leading the way.
Fintech & Blockchain
China’s Technocracy is almost complete as it issues a digital, programmable currency where the location and ownership of each individual unit is recorded and monitored. It can also be selectively switched off for any reason. It is also rumored that China is stockpiling gold for a possible linkage to the digital Yuan.
China’s new digital Yuan supports its blossoming Technocracy by including an expiration date. Technocracy in the 1930s proposed money consisting of an energy script that would automatically expire at the end of the allocation period.
TN has covered the war on cash as a prime initiative of Technocracy. Technocrats cannot tolerate anonymity or lack of control over any segment of society. Thus, driving cash out of circulation and ultimately replacing it with a digital currency will force every human on earth to hook up to the “system”.
The global banks will be the principal fulcrum to lever the world into the Great Reset, which is Technocracy, a resource-based economic system where oligarchs own everything and citizens own nothing. The pandemic was merely a rehash of Greta Thunberg stamping her feet to get people to panic over climate change
Is the International Monetary Fund (IMF) trying to force China’s draconian Social Credit Scoring system on the entire planet? Who will decide what Internet “histories” are bad and which are acceptable? Google, which controls 95% of search engine traffic, is undoubtedly at the center of this.
Facial recognition is getting deeply embedded into consumer services where payment is required, eliminating the use of physical payment cards. While convenient for users, the amount of data collected is a a total penetration of personal privacy, in spite of promises to keep your data secure.
As described in Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order, FinTech is the chosen replacement for national currencies, and was always intended to be a system of mass surveillance of all financial transactions. Now the plan is clarified.
When the Federal government spies on and collects massive amounts of citizen data, it must attempt to “protect” it for their own use. It is now obvious that it is impossible to secure this data from hackers, but will the Feds stop collecting more personal data? No.
The World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’ is a new social contract for the entire planet and is based on Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. Financing the global transformation is now solved by pouring the last of capitalism’s remaining value into the new system. Then, they think, capitalism will finally be dead.