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Dystopian Consequences of the Social Credit Score System, Digital ID, & Cashless Society that Schwab’s WEF are lobbying to put in place as part of the plan for The Great Reset

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As critical thinkers, it is essential to remain vigilant and question the growing influence of a select few people and giant corporations in our society.

This article aims to shed light on the potential dangers of introducing a social credit score system, a digital identity that tracks everything you do online, and a cashless society.

These emerging trends have the potential to reshape our lives in ways that can erode our privacy, autonomy, and freedom.


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The Social Credit Score System

The concept of a social credit score system has gained traction in recent years, particularly with China’s implementation of such a system. In essence, it assigns a numerical value to each citizen based on their behaviour, both online and offline, impacting their access to services, jobs, and even relationships (1).

The dangers of a social credit score system lie in the potential for misuse and abuse. It can lead to discrimination against individuals with low scores, creating a society where people are constantly monitored and judged by an opaque algorithm.

This can also result in a chilling effect on free speech, as individuals may fear expressing their opinions due to the potential impact on their social credit score (2).

Digital Identity

A digital identity that tracks everything you do online is another cause for concern.

While proponents argue that such systems can improve security and efficiency, they also come with significant risks to privacy and personal freedom. Once all of a person’s online activities are tied to a single digital identity, it becomes much easier for governments or corporations to monitor and control them.

Edward Snowden’s revelations about the NSA’s mass surveillance program demonstrated the potential for abuse when governments have access to vast amounts of personal data (3).

A digital identity system could further exacerbate these concerns, enabling even more extensive tracking and profiling of individuals.

A Cashless Society

The move towards a cashless society is often touted as a way to reduce crime, increase efficiency, and provide more convenience.

However, it also has the potential to create a world where every transaction is monitored and recorded, eliminating the last vestiges of financial privacy.

In a cashless society, the government and financial institutions would have unprecedented control over people’s lives, with the ability to freeze assets or track spending patterns at will (4).

This could lead to a further concentration of power in the hands of a few, with ordinary citizens having little recourse to protect their financial autonomy.

Conclusion

The introduction of a social credit score system, a digital identity, and a cashless society all have the potential to reshape our world in ways that could undermine privacy, autonomy, and freedom.

As critical thinkers, it is essential to remain aware of these developments and push for transparency, accountability, and checks and balances to protect our rights and liberties.

Sources:

  1. Botsman, R. (2017). Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens. Wired UK. Retrieved from https://www.wired.co.uk/article/chinese-government-social-credit-score-privacy-invasion
  2. Ma, A. (2018). China’s social credit system has blocked people from taking 11 million flights and 4 million train trips. Business Insider. Retrieved from https://www.businessinsider.com/china-social-credit-system-blocked-people-taking-flights-train-trips-2018-5
  3. Greenwald, G. (2013). Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations. The Guardian. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/jun/09/edward-snowden-nsa-whistleblower-surveillance
  4. Rogoff, K. (2016). The Curse of Cash. Princeton University Press. https://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691178363/the-curse-of-cash/
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Paulhayes
Paulhayes
5 months ago

Use cash say no to digital currency.

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5 months ago

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Chris Elliott
Chris Elliott
4 months ago

As critical thinkers, it is essential to be aware of these developments but do all we can to thwart their development into a reality, and to use our sense of injustice to think outside the box until we can come up with a vision for a whole new way of doing things, and trust that our best intuition will not lead us astray. If the powers-that-be are behaving like spoilt, cruel children, it’s up to us critical thinkers to be the Adult in the room …..

Ken Hughes
Ken Hughes
4 months ago

In all that I have read on this, never once has there been mention of our individual, digital, economic and privacy rights or how they are to be protected under such a system. If we are to be living under this new world order, here MUST be an international charter under which we are protected against abuse and the penalties for abuse must be severe enough to dissuade anyone, no matter how powerful.

Chris Elliott
Chris Elliott
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4 months ago

Part of the problem is that the place where anyone can draw up an international charter to limit or prevent the activities of these tyrants has already been captured by them. If there are any kinds systems with any power to protect us, they are things like Common Law, Natural, or Living Lore/God’s Law, Article 61, personal sovereignty etc ….. these kinds of things. And then there are the natural, humane systems that we will create once we realise that we can. It’s where we’re going ….

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Moira
Moira
1 month ago

I agree that we must resist this as long as we are here, but these things will come – the Bible describes this in detail.
You can read about it principally in Revelation chapter 13 and 2 Thessalonians chapter 2.
There will arise a World Leader, (described in the Bible as ‘the beast’, ‘the man of Lawlessness’ or the ‘Antichrist’, who will set himself up as a god to be worshipped by all. People will be required to get a digital ID stamped on to their body, denoting their allegiance to this person, and without which they cannot buy or sell anything. This is where the cashless society and social credit system is leading.
The good news is that this man cannot arise until the Lord Jesus comes to take all those who believe in Him home to Heaven. (1Thessalonians 4: 13-18; 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12) So make sure you ask Jesus to be your Lord and Saviour while there is still time.