LifeHakx - Global Policies
By Eva Wisenbeck 27/05/2022
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Change is Coming
Here is a selection of puzzle pieces, all ultimately leading to the introduction of things such as a 'One World Government' and Personal Global Digital IDs using Social Credit Systems with Programmable Central Bank Digital Currency.
There are many many changes happening in different countries around the world and sometimes it can be difficult to keep up to date and even more so to grasp the bigger picture of all the various puzzle pieces coming together.
Is this of concern? That is for you to decide. For me it certainly warrants public debate and honesty and transparency.
What is not enough is what we are currently offered, glib marketing slogans like, usability, ease, safety and "washing" words like save the world, address climate change etc and certainly not state or big tech censorship of discussions and differing views.
World Economic Forum (WEF)
Firstly let's address the biggest "conspiracy" elephant in the room - The WEF.
Now remember what was said above about slick and glib marketing and see what you will find "between the lines".
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
According to the WEF website, the Fourth Industrial Revolution “is characterized by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres.”
More specifically, it involves creating the infrastructure and technology for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Bodies (IoB). Proponents of this Revolution seek to create a system in which everyday appliances and even human bodies become manipulatable, data-generating nodes in a complex cybernetic nexus overseen by and integrated into overarching Artificial Intelligence networks through “data intermediaries” that are controlled by technocrats, central banks, increasingly centralized governments, megacorporations, international organizations such as the WEF, UN, WHO, and various NGOs.
At this point, it is worth remembering that no one voted this organisation into power. They chose themselves as better humans than you and so are doing all they can to reshape your life. At one stage, the World Economic Forum published an article on its website for which the headline was “The year is 2030, you will own nothing and be happy”.
The premise behind this was that you would rent anything you needed from the "them" (government?). So someone would own something...except you.
Many people regard transhumanism as turning human beings into robots, but it actually describes a social and philosophical movement that involves the development of human-enhancement technologies. In the future, it’s possible that transhumanism will use technologies that are physically embedded in the human body or brain to offer superhuman cognition or forms of mind control.
“By hacking organisms,” Yuval Harari said, “elites may gain the power to reengineer the future of life itself because once you can hack something, you can usually also engineer it.”
Soon, he says, some corporations and governments will be able to “systematically hack all the people.” And, if they succeed in hacking life, he describes it as the “greatest revolution in biology since the beginning of life 4 billion years ago.”
However, at this time transhumanism is already occurring, not from an implantable device but through mass formation psychosis and the manipulation of information.
A key example is the term “mass formation psychosis,” which Dr. Robert Malone, co-inventor of the mRNA and DNA vaccine core platform technology, mentioned on an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” December 31, 2021. January 2, 2022, "mass formation psychosis" reached a value of 100 on Google Trends, which means it had reached peak popularity, after previously being practically unheard of.
The technocrats including Big Tech quickly took action, manipulating search results and populating Google with propaganda to discredit Malone and the "mass formation psychosis" theory — even though Mattias Desmet, professor of clinical psychology at the University of Ghent in Belgium, who has 126 publications to his name, has been studying it for many years, and the phenomenon actually dates back over 100 years.
World Health Organisation (WHO) Pandemic Treaty
And not to leave the second largest "conspiracy" elephant out, let's address The WHO.
Now remember what was said above about slick and glib marketing and see what you will find "between the lines".
In short what are the potential implications of the proposed power shift from nation states to centralised unregulated power by the WHO?
Any vote in the World Health Assembly would be carried by a majority but all member countries would then be subject to the decision even if they disagreed due to a national democratic process.
Possible economic sanctions against any country not complying with WHO edicts.
The treaty would cover "pandemic" prevention, preparedness and response which provides for an extensive range of interventions even when there is no pandemic.
The WHO will have the ability to determine what ‘the science’ is. As with the Covid pandemic, experienced and qualified health practitioners with alternative views could be ignored and censored.
Matters such as testing, vaccinations, lockdowns, health ‘passports’, travel restrictions, surveillance are all factors which could be arbitrated by the WHO in order to achieve their new brief.
As an unelected body with immunity from challenge in any national court, citizens who disagreed with WHO policies or were injured by them would have no recourse.
As an example, in the United Kingdom, our Government would be subject to implement decisions made by the WHO, in relation to a pandemic (as defined by the WHO), and the WHO would override all our laws and bills no matter what our politicians, or we the people, were to say.
Also important to point out that the WHO are not an independent elected forum, it is sponsored by industry, heavily by pharmaceutical companies and non-accountable powers.
The WHO currently have a meeting in Geneva, May 22-28, at which modifications may be made to existing authorities, extending the power of the WHO prior to the introduction of the actual pandemic treaty. This may reduce individual rights.
Final voting on the treaty will be next year with implementation in 2024.
For more see Brownstone Institute - The WHO Treaty Is Tied to a Global Digital Passport and ID System
Social Credit Systems - Have you been good or bad?!
What is the infamous Chinese model of a Social Credit System? And is it coming to a town near you soon?
"Like private credit scores, a person's social score can move up and down depending on their behavior. The exact methodology is a secret — but examples of infractions include bad driving, smoking in non-smoking zones, buying too many video games, and posting fake news online, specifically about terrorist attacks or airport security.
Other potential punishable offenses include spending too long playing video games, wasting money on frivolous purchases, and posting on social media.
China has already started punishing people by restricting their travel, including banning them from flights. Authorities banned people from purchasing flights 17.5 million times by the end of 2018, according to the National Public Credit Information Centre, as the Guardian reported.
They can also clamp down on luxury options — many are barred from getting business-class train tickets, and some are kept out of the best hotels."
Central Bank Digitial Currency (CBDC)
What is CBDC?
And a most important question by The Pulse:
Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDCs) are a form of digital currency that central banks around the world are creating.
They are not the same as cryptocurrency and do not solve the problems cryptocurrency solves.
CBDCs are not on a blockchain and are fully controlled by governments.
CBDCs are programmable meaning the Central Banks and Governments will be able to decide exactly what your money can be spent on, when and with whom.
Will CBDCs be ushered in to increase the power and control the financial elite already have over the people?
For more details and how CBDC differ from cryptocurrency see, The Pulse, CBDC: Central Bank Digital Currency Is Coming
Personal Global IDs
A digital identity for every citizen on the globe has been identified by the World Bank and World Economic Forum as an important part in the realisation of the Sustainable Development Goals. The right to a legal identity is a part of Global Goal 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions). An effort to achieve this is the ID2020 Alliance. A Public-Private Partnership between United Nations agencies, World Economic Forum, Foundations and Big Tech-corporations. Their grand goal, however, raises some concerns about loss of privacy, mass surveillance and population control. It comes with a price that might have severe implications for the freedom of man.
Canada - Canadian Tresaury, Canada’s trusted digital identity vision
Ontario Party politicians fighting the introduction of Digital ID and centralised digital currency.
"Rick Nicholls and I presented a petition to the Ontario legislature, signed at the time with over 20 thousand signatures, calling for the banning of a digital ID system that is being implemented by the Ford government."
France - The Express, 'Resist!' Macron faces backlash as he launches digital ID days after French election win
"The “Digital ID Guarantee Service” (SGIN) was signed into decree following his victory over Marine Le Pen, which will allow France to be ‘compliant’ with the European Union’s digital ID.
The backlash from the ‘Les Patriots’ group, which seeks independence from the EU, was immediate. “Just after the election, the government announces the launch of ‘a digital identity application’!” “The goal: to put social credit in the Chinese way. Control and surveillance company!” [translated from French] said leader Florian Philippot."
According to an article from Corriere di Bologna, the municipal government is introducing a “smart citizen wallet” that can receive “digital points” based on whether a citizen has demonstrated “virtuous behaviour.”
Residents can then use these digital points for discounts and to make various purchases.
Unsurprisingly, actions related to one’s carbon impact are central to what’s considered rewardable “virtuous behaviour.”
“The citizen will [receive benefits] if he recycles; if he uses public transport; if he manages [his energy consumption] well; if he does not receive sanctions from the municipal authority; if he actively uses the Culture Card,” [translated from Italian] says Bologna councillor Massimo Bugani.
The City of Vienna is working on a reward system for its citizens. Those who save CO2 will soon be able to collect "Vienna tokens" and exchange them for admission tickets. The project is still in its infancy, but is laid down in the government program of the SPÖ-NEOS city government.
Incidentally, Vienna also sees itself as a “worldwide pioneer” when it comes to “Smart City”, according to Mayor Ludwig. Although this involves data and information from citizens, Steinhardt would not want to think of the smart city as a whole with a social credit system. In any case, Vienna has a clear goal: it wants to “become the digitization capital of Europe”.
"Under plans to tackle the country's obesity crisis, ministers will trial a project which will see users wear wrist-worn Fitbit-style devices that generate personalised health recommendations such as increasing their step count, eating more fruit and vegetables and decreasing portion sizes.
Users will collect points on an app for demonstrating "healthy behaviours" which will unlock rewards including gym passes, clothes and food vouchers and discounts for the cinema, shops and theme parks."
Removal of cash
Why is keeping cash alive important?
The European Central Bank shares: "The economy requires a certain amount of available cash to function. Cash is also essential for the inclusion of socially vulnerable citizens, such as the elderly or lower-income groups."
Cash offers other important functions and benefits:
It ensures your freedom and autonomy. Banknotes and coins are the only form of money that people can keep without involving a third party. You don’t need access to equipment, the internet or electricity to pay with cash, meaning it can be used when the power is down or if you lose your card.
It’s legal tender. Creditors, such as shops and restaurants, cannot refuse cash, unless both they and the customer have agreed on another means of payment in advance. For more information see the European Commission recommendation of 22 March 2010 (2010/191/EU).
It ensures your privacy. Cash transactions respect our fundamental right to have our privacy, data and identity protected in financial matters.
It’s inclusive. Cash provides payment and savings options for people with limited or no access to digital money, making it crucial for the inclusion of socially vulnerable citizens such as the elderly or lower-income groups.
It helps you keep track of your expenses. Cash allows you to keep closer control of your spending, for example by preventing you from overspending.
It’s fast. Banknotes and coins settle a payment instantly.
It’s secure. Cash has proven to be secure in terms of cybercrime, fraud and counterfeiting. And, as it’s central bank money, it doesn’t entail financial risks for either the payer or the payee.
It’s a store of value. Cash is more than just a payment instrument. It allows people to hold money for saving purposes without default risk. It is useful for small person-to-person gifts and payments. For example, parents can entrust small amounts of cash to their children for small purchases, or a person can give a friend or acquaintance cash to purchase something on their behalf. Cash also contributes to the financial literacy of children.
The are also many concerns around digital money and transactions, here one shared on how donated money was frozen illegally by the Canadian Government, by The Hill - Kim Iversen: GoFundMe SEIZES Millions In Freedom Convoy Money, Critics SMEAR Truckers As Nazis
Laws - Human Rights, Rights to Protest, Rights to Free Speech
Sadly a mere few examples. Looking around you will see most countries are currently looking at fundamentally changing and reducing citizens rights and freedoms.
UK Policing Bill
Amnesty Internationl UK "This is dark day for civil liberties in the UK. This deeply-authoritarian Bill places profound and significant restrictions on the basic right to peacefully protest and will have a severely detrimental impact on the ability of ordinary people to make their concerns heard.
The Policing Bill is part of a hugely worrying and widespread attack on human rights from across Government which will not only see basic rights reduced across the board, but will also strip people of the means to challenge or contest their treatment."
The European Commission (“EC”) has published a draft law that gives lawmakers the ability to monitor and scan EU citizens’ text messages and images to “combat child sex abuse” – the so-called “chat control” regulation. But instead of going after actual sex offenders, the EU will now treat all its citizens as possible sex offenders and scan all their chats and emails to confirm they’re not.
The stated aim: prosecute child pornography.
The result: mass surveillance using fully automated real-time messaging and chat control and the end of confidential and private digital correspondence.
35 civil society organizations, including the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), the German Bar Association, the European Digital Rights (EDRi), and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) have all been raising awareness about this invasive legislation.
The Swedish Constitution
Even in Sweden, whom for majority of the past 2 years followed tried and tested science rather than throwing out the pandemic guidelines which most countries did, the politicians are seeking to fundamentally change the constitution. This would mean that once passed (by 2 sitting governments with an election passed between, which is why they are pushing hard currently) no voting or governmental emergency acts would be necessary to in the future apply any possible restrictions, forced pharmaceutical interventions, mandatory quarantine camps etc.
Euthanasia - Canada, an example
The Spectator - Why are Canada euthanising the poor?
The slippery slope - "As with most slippery slopes, it all began with a strongly worded denial that it exists. In 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada reversed 22 years of its own jurisprudence by striking down the country’s ban on assisted suicide as unconstitutional, blithely dismissing fears that the ruling would ‘initiate a descent down a slippery slope into homicide’ against the vulnerable as founded on ‘anecdotal examples’.
The next year, Parliament duly enacted legislation allowing euthanasia, but only for those who suffer from a terminal illness whose natural death was ‘reasonably foreseeable’.
Despite the government‘s insistence that assisted suicide is about individual autonomy, it has also kept an eye on the fiscal advantages It only took five years for the proverbial slope to come into view, when the Canadian parliament enacted Bill C-7, a sweeping euthanasia law which repealed the ‘reasonably foreseeable’ requirement – and the requirement that the condition should be ‘terminal’.
Now, as long as someone is suffering from an illness or disability which ‘cannot be relieved under conditions that you consider acceptable’, they can take advantage of what is now known euphemistically as ‘medical assistance in dying’ (MAID for short) for free.
Next year, the floodgates will open even further when those suffering from mental illness – another disproportionately poor group – become eligible for assisted suicide, although enthusiastic doctors and nurses have already pre-empted the law. There is already talk of allowing ‘mature minors’ access to euthanasia too – just think of the lifetime savings. But remember, slippery slopes are always a fallacy."
In summary, yes, Change is Coming, and there are many global policies at play.
What we don't know yet is exactly how they tie together.
What we do know is that we should all stay curious and engage in what ever way works for us. We can join local groups and communities, talk to politicians, write letters, and it can be as simple as having chats with our family and friends.
So from us a LifeHakx, enjoy your summer, build community and keep asking questions!
The Spectator - Why are Canada euthanising the poor
The Express - 'Resist!' Macron faces backlash as he launches digital ID days after French election win
Brownstone Institute - The WHO Treaty Is Tied to a Global Digital Passport and ID System
Canadian Treasury, Canada’s trusted digital identity vision
Corriere di Bologna - Bologna, the "digital license" for virtuous citizens: points and prizes. And an app with all the services
England, Gov.uk - New pilot to help people eat better and exercise more
EDRi - European Commission’s online CSAM proposal fails to find right solutions to tackle child sexual abuse
Technocracy News & Trends - Global Digital ID Coming On Heels Of Coronavirus Panic Of 2020
Global Government Forum - Digital ID – what is it, why is it needed, and how are governments developing it
TruthUnmuted - The Global Digital ID Surveillance Plan Accelerates – Urgent Resistance Needed
Stand In The Park
World Wide Freedom Rally