This is an extremely brief and basic overview of some of the mechanisms being developed and implemented under the guise of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, Agenda 21, Agenda 2030, Vision 2050 “utopian” worldview that “the powers that be” are envisioning, and actively working towards. The ultimate vision is to create an all-encompassing data stream on all living things, resources, land, water, energy, minerals, all construction, plants, animals, all means of production, all information, and all human beings in the world. All things inventoried and controlled by them, algorithms, smart contracts, and ultimately AI.

Globalization, artificially created boom-bust economic cycles, and the debt-money system have been central to the accumulation of immense wealth by the monetocracy, i.e., a small group that owns and controls the privately owned banking system, the money creation process, world finance and associated mega-corporations.  These schemes and processes have all been utilized for the purposes of greed, power and authoritarian control to the general detriment of the overwhelming majority of the world population. The United Nation’s Agenda 21/2030, the Paris Climate Agreement, the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the proposed WEF ‘reset’ offer an insight into how a small group of extremely wealthy globalists want to further control and dictate the lives of all people over the course of the next decades as part of a plan for world governance.

More in-depth information can be found in the posts below this video, and I encourage those who wish to learn more to explore the wealth of info provided, and follow the links and source materials to see for yourselves the scope of the agendas, the Governments, companies, NGO’s and individuals that are involved in attempting to scale these things through policies and technological advancements.

This isn’t “conspiracy theory”. This is all documentable, provable research and developments that have been in the works for decades, at least.

The Internet of Bodies, Social Impact Finance, Pay For Success… This is what’s being built – new markets created to further enslave humanity and biological life by capturing data and turning everything into debt products.

A Ticket To Digital Serfdom

What is blockchain?

Those in power will say

Blockchain is a secure way for people to own and control their digital footprint, the data they create living through devices and wearable / implantable / ingestible technology in “smart” environments. In essence, it is a digital ledger that keeps track of EVERYTHING across a decentralized computer network that is said to be permanent and secure. Picture a real time account book that keeps track not only of your monetary assets (bitcoin – this is how much folks understand blockchain); but also civil records like birth certificates, marriage certificates, and court proceedings; voting records; property ownership; certifications and education credentials; health information, including DNA, bioinformatics, and data from wearable technologies; public benefit access like food stamps; and now even one’s movements (geolocation data) and social interactions via QR code health passports and contact tracing.

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Who Voted In Davos? How Data-Driven Government and the Internet of Bodies Are Poised To Transform Smart Sustainable Cities Into Social Impact Prisons

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which has been planned out by Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum, seeks to replace human labor with artificial intelligence and robotics, a problem has arisen as to how life can be made profitable for transnational global capital interests once the poor have no buying power and are drowning in debt. The solution? Human capital bond markets, but first everyone must be tagged and trackable for “impact.” That’s where biometric Covid health passports come in.

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How Your Carbon Footprint And Your Carbon Wallet Are Really Going To Work In This Dystopian World The WEF/UN Have Planned…

Let me introduce you to Barbara Baarsma. Barbara is the CEO of Rabo Carbon Bank. Yes, you read that right. Not Rabo Bank but Rabo Carbon Bank. In this 53 second video interview below she is advocating for a “Personal Carbon Wallet”. That may not seem like a big deal but when you hear what she has to say you should be concerned, very concerned in fact.

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Questioning Blockchain, The Spatial Web, and Digital Health

While more people are starting to talk about geo-fencing and medical passports, not enough grasp how blockchain identity and digital currency will interface with social impact investing to create an augmented reality prison-planet structure to profit the global elite. Their transhumanist “game” intends to harvest natural life forces as data in a misguided quest to trigger the singularity and turn us into cyborgs. The inability of people active in the blockchain space to engage on the topic of the spatial web and the environmental and psychic costs associated with the roll out of Internet of Bodies and the 5/6G infrastructure that will fuel it continues to be a source of frustration for me. I know I need to be more patient as everyone gets up to speed; but please, I’m asking folks to put in some serious time so you, too, can understand their game.

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The New Surveillance Capitalism

Every time I talk about the Great Reset or the Fourth Industrial Revolution or the Internet of Things or Bodies to friends that are unfamiliar with these terms, I get blank stares or disbelief.  My view that we are rapidly heading into a new era of a globalized biodigital security state, in which daily life for most occurs in a panopticon of surveillance and control, seems like a paranoid stretch to many.   One reason for this dismissal is that a lot of background goes into seeing and understanding the shift, the “Great Reset” that is underway and people don’t have the background.  To many, it seems like the business models and technologies involved in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), the tools for the Great Reset, have come out of thin air, and they have no context to comprehend what is happening.

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Conditional Cash Transfers and Cybernetic Futures

There’s much discussion of central bank digital currency these days, of its future implications and its technological origins. I’ve noticed, however, there are not many examining its roots in social policy. The concept of programmed money didn’t show up center stage in time for the Fourth Industrial Revolution without considerable advance planning. Social scientists and behavioral economists used impoverished communities as testbeds for unscrupulous experimentation in the decades leading up to the crypto-bait and switch. Illustrious academic careers have been built on investigations into evidence-based public assistance “reforms” including Mexico’s Progresa and the World Food Program’s refugee iris-scan payment system.

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DeFi For the People, Life For the Machines

The Atlantic Council published a report titled Designing Decentralized Finance For Financial  Inclusion. They specifically note how DeFi projects need to expand their reach to mobile users and improve internet access to achieve financial inclusion. According to their report 90 percent of people who access the internet do it through their smartphone. They note how public private partnerships are essential to this process. Celo’s approach with mobile-first technology, and embedding itself in governmental, corporate and social organizations follows the recommendations the Atlantic Council set out.

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Extropian & NSA Roots of Bitcoin, Cypherpunks, Wikileaks + UNICEF

At some point last year, while I was reading a blog post by Vitalik Buterin about Futarchy — a theoretical government controlled by speculative markets — I came across Robin Hanson and the extropians. In the post, Buterin claims that a long-term benefit of technology and the concept behind decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) is that it allows humans to quickly “prototype and experiment with an aspect of our social interactions that is so far arguably falling behind our rapid advancements in information and social technology elsewhere: organizational governance.”

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Interoperable Identity Tokens and the War for Our Soul

– Social validation for identity is becoming increasingly popular due to its game theoretical security properties. A concept gaining traction called “Soul Bound” tokens expands the concept of digital identity significantly, and reveals the dangers of interoperable digital identity.

In a May 2022 paper titled Decentralized Society: Finding Web3’s Soul Vitalik Buterin, Glen Weyl and Puja Olhaver describe the potential of “Soulbound tokens”. Their significance as plumbing for the crypto hive minds proposed by Melianie Swan, sinks in as we investigate the details.

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Building Sanctuary: A Dystopian Future We Must Fight To Avoid

The next wave of education reform is one part of a much larger societal shift that hinges on the use of Big Data, predictive analytics, and digital profiling to control populations in a world of growing economic uncertainty and unrest. What follows is a speculative dystopian scenario, a world that could very well emerge from systems being put in place right now. It centers on two sisters, Cam and Li, who live in a near future New York where authorities have come to view human life primarily as a source from which to extract financial profit. Many elements of the story read like science fiction, but they are not. I’ve included links to sources at the end of each post so you can explore this reality for yourself.

The future is uncertain and unlikely to play out exactly as described. Nevertheless, we must begin to comprehend how technological developments combined with concentrated power and extreme income inequality are leading us to increasingly automated forms of oppression. My hope is that communities will begin to incorporate an understanding of this bigger picture into resistance efforts for public education and beyond. Let us join together, embracing our humanity, to fight the forces that would bring us to “lockdown.” How can we preserve our lives and those of our loved ones outside the data stream? How can we nurture community in a world where alienation is becoming normalized? What do we owe one another? What are we willing to risk? I have divided my story into seven parts. I hope you’ll read along and consider sharing it with others.

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