Central Bank Digital Currencies are already here, and they present the biggest threat to our freedom. Let's look closely to understand how this works.
The most concerning of problems is that when you are on a state pension, govt will make sure it only comes as CBDCs so instead of just saying 'what we can do to avoid it' - how about some concrete information and guidance on how those millions reliant on a pension from the state will survive?
Thanks for all the insights on this. Would it be ok to translate in italian some of "The Pulse" articles to post on my italian blog (not here on Substack) ? I'd like to help spread this information. I would put all the credits and link to you, of course.
Something like this: Something like this https://accademiainfinita.it/post/le-monete-digitale-bancarie-cbdc-la-piu-grande-minaccia-alla-nostra-liberta/
If you want me to remove it and not translate other articles in the future, please tell me!
Did you hear that the US announced the intra-central bank version of this for later this year? Seems like a slippery slope we are on.
Can someone direct me to how the banking system would profit from this and why would they support it?
Everytime, I shop at supermarket or any shop, I find myself that I am the only one that pays cash. Everyone uses their credit card or mobile phone to pay.....I am so angry with this nation of sheep! UK!
Very clear summary. Awareness is key!
Not too long ago, a friend learned the computer programme was already written by the central bank of banks with the CBDC, digital iD, cashless, etc. that there were maybe four categories of users, that the elites would be in the Sovereign category and not subject to surveillance, control like the majority of the population.
It is time to resist. We never voted for it no one asked for our approval.
Good thing we have Bitcoin as a way to opt out of this system..
This would be the end of anyone (other than the wealthy I imagine) hiding a bit of money from gov't for tax purposes lol. But maybe that isn't the most worrisome part. The potential to control spending habits is troublesome. I think 15 minute cities could also be possible with this... controlling the distance from their home that people could spend money at if they wanted. Perhaps that's 'too far', but it becomes possible.
And with the C02 discussion as you pointed out, we can't just brush this possibility off. Great article, thank you!