Social credit system

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A system of reward and punishment mechanisms for the government to control its citizens.

A system of reward and punishment mechanisms for the government to control its citizens. The system is based on data collection, surveillance and combination of databases (including social media), leading to a final score, which resembles Facebook likes. Except, if nobody 'likes' you, you won't be able to fly, ride a train and you pay higher taxes. This has already been implemented in China[1].

With the introduction of vaccine passports the supranational deep state has essentially introduced a global social credit system starting in 2021.

Carbon limit reached

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The companu Doconomy together with Mastercard and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) created a credit card that works hand-in-hand with a phone app, launched in April 2019, that quantifies the CO₂ emissions generated from each credit card transaction, setting monthly CO2 limits – ensuring your carbon footprint is cut by 50 per cent – it will literally deny cardholders from spending once they have used up their allowance. Every purchase has a carbon footprint attached, which is displayed on the Doconomy app.[2]

"The core purpose is the ability, not only to measure the impact of your consumption, but also to bring it to a direct halt,” the company stated. The website currently features a sneak peek of the message the card user will be met with as soon as they hit their carbon max, warning: “Transaction denied! Carbon limit reached.”[2][3]

The DO card comes at the same time as an August 2021 Nature study “calling for ‘carbon allowances’ that would monitor individuals’ CO2 emissions through smart meters and tracking apps.”[4]



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