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Schwab’s WEF pushing for Social Credit System involving Universal Basic Income & Digital Identity

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“A Universal Basic Income (UBI) is where a government pays all individuals a set salary regardless of their means. It guarantees a certain amount of money from the state without any requirement to work”

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By ThreadsIrish

In this article, I am not going to dig deep into the economic reasons for it as I am not qualified enough to discuss it from that viewpoint. I will, however, be looking at the countries implementing it and who the people behind the scenes pushing for it are.

What Has Universal Basic Income (UBI) To Do with Covid, War & Tony Blair?

In March 2022, The Irish Times called it A welcome step’: Ireland’s first basic income scheme on the waywhere artists will get €250 a week in a pilot scheme but many want to see it extended to all.

Five months later and it had increased to €325 with The Irish Times called it a ‘seismic leap forward’ where some 2,000 artists will be guaranteed that weekly wage amount.

In Ireland it is being promoted as “money for nothing” and “no questions asked”. It is the exact same when furlough money was being paid.

When in the history of time has there ever been a “free lunch” (I’ll get to that later on in the article).

Even one of Ireland’s most well-known economists who writes for The Irish Times thinks it’s a good idea. In an article in 2017 David McWilliams floated the idea on his own blog.  This was the same guy who was a huge fan of furlough money in 2020.

McWilliams also was a Young Global Leader but has now graduated to become a member of the World Economic Forum (“WEF”).

Coincidentally, his own podcast on 2 March 2021 was titled ‘Building Back Better’.  Where have we come across that before?

Just across the Irish Sea in the UK, a document was published on the UK Parliament website in June 2022 called ‘Potential merits of a universal basic income‘.

They are obviously taking the idea of UBI very seriously and moving it along rapidly. The links to the UK parliament and ex UK parliamentarians doesn’t end there however. That war-monger in chief and ex PM of the UK, Tony Blair, is also involved as this tweet shows from Tascha Labs.

Blair is a WEF member, has been financed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for tens of millions and has been pushing a Digital ID for years.

It is this institute which will be involved in “public policy recommendations for universal basic income.” 

We can now see how UBI jives with Central Bank Digital Currencies (“CBDC”). The dots are all being joined up.

Apparently “Brits support universal basic income by 20-point margin” according to a poll in the New Statesman carried out in July 2022.

Of course they do.

Wales though are a step ahead in the UBI stakes. In February, The Guardian reported:

“Young people leaving care will be offered £1600 a month for two years from the month after their 18th birthday. That works out at £19,200 per annum.”

A not insubstantial amount.

The country who is furthest down the track with UBI is Canada. Bill S-233 is: “An Act to develop a national framework for a guaranteed liveable basic income.” It says: “Every person should have access to a liveable basic income.”

You won’t be surprised to hear that the World Economic Forum are big fans of UBI. They have been pushing it since 2016.

In a video from 2021 at the height of the pandemic, they lauded it.

Subtitles from video:

This city in California trialled universal basic income and found a surprising result. Stockton gave 125 People $500 a month with no requirement to work and study them for one year to see what happened.

After 12 months, the rate of full-time employment shot up 12% with participants working more, not less. They also reported feeling less anxious and depressed and spent more quality time with our kids.

Some helped family members pay for medical care. Others time to study. The money improved their social relationships enabling them to pay for luxuries like meals out.

The project hoped to show that poverty results from a lack of cash not character. Researchers say that payments let people set goals, make choices and take risks leading to career opportunities.

The report covers November 2018 to February 2020. A subsequent one will show how they fared during the pandemic. This isn’t the first experiment with universal basic income.

From 2017, Finland paid 20,000 unemployed people $560 a month. After two years recipients were happier, healthier and more confident during the pandemic many nations have given cash payments to the poorest people, including the US, India and Spain.

Critics of universal basic income say it’s too costly to roll out permanently. Do you think universal basic income is a good idea.

So, there you have it. UBI is the panacea for everything – happiness, time with family, medical care, meals out. What more could you ask for. And apparently the trial in Finland was a huge success according to the WEF. Except it wasn’t.

According to Business Insider: “One of the world’s largest basic-income trials, a 2-year program in Finland, was a major flop. Critics did claim the test was flawed from the outset.”

That is often the case though when trail results don’t go the way you want them to.

UBI all sounds well and good.  What’s not to like about an unconditional liveable income. It is always sold as eradicating poverty as well as being a social safety net.

Allegedly people will be able to spend more, save more and invest more.

Except it’s never unconditional. What we should be asking is “Cui Bono” or who stands to benefit? Simple answer is “The Elite.”

In 2017 Mark Zuckerberg publicly extolled the virtues of social safety net programs that give free money to citizens regardless of employment status, see CNBC’s report ‘Alaska gives residents free cash handouts – here’s what Mark Zuckerberg thinks everyone can learn from it’, 5 July 2017.

He also gave a commencement address at Harvard where he said: “We should explore ideas like universal basic income to give everyone a cushion to try new things.”

Harvard University: Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Commencement Address, Harvard Commencement 2017,
25 May 2017 (33 mins)

Except it won’t be used for “new things.”

Further reading: Mark Zuckerberg’s Commencement address at Harvard, The Harvard Gazette, 25 May 2017

Of course, the WEF backed WEF member Zuckerberg after his student address.

Zuckerberg isn’t the only one though. In 2021 Elon Musk said we need UBI because “in the future, physical work will be a choice.”

Sam Altman who co-founded OpenAI (Artificial Intelligence) with Musk agrees.

Read more: Elon Musk says we need universal basic income because ‘in the future, physical work will be a choice’, Business Insider, 20 August 2021

One industry insider told CNBC that Altman:

“Envisions a world wherein he and his AI-CEO peers become so immensely powerful that they run every non-AI company (employing people) out of business and every American worker to unemployment. So powerful that a percentage of OpenAI’s (and its peers’) income could bankroll UBI for every citizen of America.”

Other very high profile entrepreneurs who have endorsed UBI are Pierre Omidyar (eBay founder), Andrew Ng, Bill Gross and Ray Kurzweil.

What Bill Gross had to say about socialism was particularly interesting and worrying, that we would have to “get used to it” with UBI.

I should have mentioned that Zuckerberg, Altman, Omidyar, Ng and Gross are all WEF members as are some of their respective companies, as is Kurzweil’s business partner of Singularity University, Peter Diamandis.

Go Figure…

A common thread seems to be appearing from all the UBI proponents. AI will eliminate jobs and people will need UBI to survive. If that sounds like the agenda being pushed by the WEF and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, that’s because it is. This is what they said in 2017: read Why we should all have a basic income

Never ones to miss an opportunity, in April 2020 the WEF published an article UBI is the answer to the inequalities exposed by COVID-19’. This was only a month after lockdowns started happening. Yet again they seemed to know what was going to take place.

Roll on 6 months and the WEF published an article called Don’t fear AI. It will lead to long-term job growth‘.

At the same time, they published a report called ‘The Future of Jobs’. They claimed 85 million jobs will be eliminated by 2025 but 97 million will be created.

UBI would seem to be the perfect solution from the WEF perspective. They would much rather have people sitting at home, drinking beer, watching Netflix (just like in the Covid lockdowns).

If we look back to the last 2.5 years, small businesses and entrepreneurs have been targeted during Covid lockdowns. Many lost their jobs.

Also, with the Ukraine/Russia conflict we are now seeing energy costs going through the roof. Naturally this will be passed on to consumers so we will also see the price of food increasing.

Many people are struggling to make ends meet and put food on the table. This is where UBI comes in. In all likelihood many people will be crying out for it and will do whatever it takes to receive it.

It’s the Hegelian dialectic. Problem Reaction Solution.

After the lockdowns and the plandemic hoax, business have and will continue to be destroyed through the climate/war hoax. They don’t want people earning their own money or employing other people. They want everyone reliant on a Universal Basic Income at the behest of the globalist government.

With rising energy prices and food prices about to jump to exorbitant levels what better time to bring in the UBI “free lunch” except there is no such thing as a “free lunch.”

So how would this work in reality. For the last 2 years we have seen vaccines and vaccine passports being used in order to gain access to pubs, restaurants etc. The exact same could be used for UBI.

If you don’t take your vaccine and booster then your UBI could be withheld. Your UBI will tie into your Digital ID which in turn will be connected to your social credit score. Your social credit score allows you to participate in society.

Your civil liberties and rights will be tied into your social credit score. If you criticise the government, you won’t receive your UBI which will be in the form of a digital currency. Your bank account could be shut down by the press of a button.

This probably all sounds very far-fetched but you don’t have to look far to see that the closing down of bank accounts and people being arrested has already happened when truckers protested in Canada.

The future is not looking rosy unless people begin to understand the bigger picture being played out.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

Same in Germany. Soros-founded NGOs started campaigning for this years ago. There were official test made with selected individuals to see how they fared, you were inundated with articles and studies, and until last year, they ran several petitions for it.
At first I didn’t understand what this means, now I know.

Online Harry
Online Harry
Reply to  Aluna
1 month ago

 My Companion mother makes 52 bucks an hour on the PC(Personal PC). She has been out of w0rk for quite some time however last month her check was 11,700 bucks only w0rking on the PC(Personal PC) for 11 hours per day. Go ahead and
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Janet Cutts
Janet Cutts
1 month ago

WEF unelected bureaucrats telling us we will own nothing and be happy about it UBI is the first step to this

1 month ago

I’m sick and tired of elite talking heads trying to dictate how the rest of us should live our lives. If these unelected know-all are convinced UBI is the answer to all our problems, let them give it a whirl.
I can just imagine how “happy” the likes of Gates, Blair and Schwab would be after a year of owning nothing, having no privacy and renting everything they need to survive out of a meagre monthly state handout!
Until and unless they are willing to take their own medicine, this bunch of would be petty tyrants should be told where to stick UBI, the Great Reset and the rest of their dystopian nonsense.

J Smith
J Smith
Reply to  Michael
1 month ago

The Wrath of the Many will find out all the perpetrators, and nothing we can do will save them.

1 month ago

universal basic income is probably successful when only a small minority of people actually use it – when everyone has it, it’s probably hyperinflationary and therefore inherently destructive of its own value

1 month ago

“The closer the collapse of an empire, the crazier its laws” – Cicero

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Anything Schwab recommends do the opposite, same as any of his mar riots or puppets, there here to create confusion and work for the devil, don’t forgive any of them, make them pay for the harm they have done, it’s a time when God almighty will look the other way for good reason

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Wall-e is coming

1 month ago

What a trap to prevent ppl revolting in mass for the demolition of the economy, furlough was the same.

WHY would they keep you alive if there is no use of you? Not for long that’s sure. While on the other hand accepting this secures your fate.

If you don’t see this you are an idiot.

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