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- Sustainable Debt SlaveryIn this first instalment of a new series, Iain Davis and Whitney Webb explore how the UN’s “sustainable development” policies, the SDGs, do not promote “sustainability” as most conceive of it and instead utilise the same debt imperialism long used by the Anglo-American Empire to entrap nations in a new, equally predatory system of global financial governance.
- The “Synthetic Pretenders” Series by Alison McDowellThis series of blog posts from Alison McDowell at wrenchinthegears.com highlights various threads of research and pieces of the puzzle which overall begin to produce a larger picture of how these individuals and organizations are working towards accomplishing their objectives, and possible motives as to WHY they are so focused on doing so. I wanted to repost this entire series as one exhaustive post to have all of the information in one page, and easily accessible, while also sharing the information with more people and audiences who may not be familiar with Alison or the research into these topics. Last but not least, I wish to thank Alison McDowell for dedication to researching and seeking truth and knowledge. Without her commitment, much of this material would most likely have gone unnoticed, and while these agendas seemingly accelerate as we grow ever closer to 2030, this information is more relevant and important than ever. Thank you, Alison.
- Blockchain, Digital Twins, and Global Brain Economics (Part 1-3)A growing contingent in the crypto world focuses on a concept of ‘regenerative’ finance termed refi, which relies on the premise that social engineering, through economic incentives, smart contracts, mass data collection, and Artificial Intelligence, can create a positive outcome on society, and thus avoid the abuse of incumbent power centers through ‘decentralized’ digital organizations which implement the engineering and govern its evolution.