I think the “Pandemic” and the ultimate abuse of power has led these psychological infants to even greater abuses of power.
Those who want to control humanity are working tirelessly behind closed doors to make sure they sell the slave system to the population. The goal is to track and trace and surveil every person on this globe.
As we are endlessly distracted, they are saying the quiet part out loud. They are selling this shit as “Financial Inclusion” especially for women. Because we all know that “inclusion” is the only thing that really matters. This piece of work is gushing as she introduces “Queen Maxima” who is actually a real person of the “Netherlands”.
Note the triple pearl necklace. Kamala loves wearing 2. And please do not forget the “inclusion” aspect of these discussions.
On Friday 14th October, the IMF streamed a meeting called “Central Bank Digital Currencies for Financial Inclusion: Risks and Rewards.” The live stream of this meeting went under the radar for many but a video surfaced of Bi Li, the Deputy Managing Director of the IMF, explaining how CDBSs can be programmed.
He said: “The smart contract would allow targeted policy functions, like welfare payments, consumption coupons, food stamps, etc.”
“With CBDCs, we can precisely control what people can and can’t own. Also, what kind of use this money can be programmed for, like food only.” – Bi Li
He went on to say that: “CBDCs can’t solve every financial inclusion challenge, but they can work together with financial literacy and digital literacy.” So, a CBDC would work with other policies like digital identities and digital wallets. This goes hand in glove with what the World Bank Group described in November 2021. “Digital identity verification is essential to the operation of CBDCs, particularly in cross-border transactions. “
“Tradable digital assets must be tied to a digital identity system, which in turn should be tied to an automatic KYC and AML/CFT verification system.“
“This is a foundational step to the potential use of CBDCs, and emerging developments in regulatory and compliance technology may benefit central banks’ experiments in the digital currency space.” –Open Knowledge