In later posts today, I will share updates about thousands losing jobs over COVID inoculation mandates…nurses and medical workers, employees at the airlines and other companies, and even professional athletes are getting hammered for not complying with the new ideology. I don’t think its going to stop… the elite have committed to a new societal framework and increasing pressure will be put on all who don’t comply. I am very thankful that in Michigan we still have laws that protect people through medical and religious vaccine exemptions. I was able to obtain a religious exemption in my workplace.
The question that nags so many of us is this: Why is there this push to vaccinate the world against COVID when the illness is actually not all that serious for most people? Why not offer inoculations to protect the most vulnerable? Why the drive to inoculate everyone including children who have nearly a 100% survival probability? It is especially troubling because the experimental gene therapeutic “vaccine” is generating record numbers of injuries and deaths. The whole thing is seemingly bat shit crazy and yet it continues…why?
Here is my take answering this question. Imposing greater control on society through the merging of our physical selves with our digital selves is an essential part of the story. I think an integrated universal digital identification system makes adopting control mechanisms like digital currencies and digital health passports much easier. It really makes me wonder whether the injections include (or soon will) some sort of high tech tracking mechanism. There are reports of graphene oxide and strange metalic materials in the injections…I can’t verify these things but I wonder about it. However, I don’t think universal digital IDs are the end game.
I think the end game is about creating a whole new huge human capital market. Investors can throw their money into just about any kind of market: Stock markets, commodity/resource markets, real estate markets, and bond markets, etc. What is needed for an efficient market to exist? Among other things, investors need access to information and clear property rights. For the first time in history, we have the capability of tracking, compiling, organizing, and analyzing detailed information for each person on the planet–genetics, family background, adverse childhood events, innate intelligence, emotional propensities, etc. With digital tracking systems, people’s behavior and activity can be monitored and used by investors. This digital tracking mechanism provides greater assurance that when funders make an investment in a person or in groups of people, they will receive their proper returns (assuming they make a good bet based on information).
All the neccesary components required for this new human capital bond market are nearly in place. With a digital control grid that has the capability of monitoring everything about us, investors can potentially make bets on (or investments in) people and be promised a return from those investments based on the verifiable choices people make. Further, investors can strategically provide incentives to induce “desirable” behaviors and actions, as defined by them. Social credit systems coupled with universal basic income can be used as tools to encourage/discourage behaviors and decisions. Outcomes at the individual level can be monitored and incentivized…educational attainment, career decisions, life events, choices on how money is spent are all observable.
On the one hand, I could imagine such a market being used to “nudge” people to “good” things like eating healthier foods, drinking less alcohol, staying away from tobacco and drugs, staying in school longer, etc. On the other hand, such a tool could be used in ways that meet the objectives of investors but are not necessarily in the best interests of the people who are being incentivized. For example, suppose investors wanted to more strategically induce some to enter a transgender lifestyle…a decision that requires a lifetime of pharmaceutical support (and thus an ongoing revenue stream for the pharmaceutical industry), those with the “right” propensities could be identified and influenced to increase the likelihood that a person would respond to the nudging and choose that particular lifestyle, thus guaranteeing a new profitable revenue stream. Or perhaps investors wanted to create a whole new crop of techno-whiz-kids with a particular skill set needed for an emerging technological need. It would be possible to identify a set young people with the right propensities for meeting that need, and those children could then be specifically incentivized and groomed for that particular task (whether or not the child was inclined to move in that direction of his/her own volition). What if carrots and sticks were used to compel people to accept an unwanted medical intervention? Each of us could insert our own favorite dystopian nightmare here.
Among the questions I ask myself are: Do I have faith in the elite class to use such a tool for societal “good”? What ethical/moral guidelines would be used applying carrots and sticks to influence/coerce behavior and decisions? What happens to people who aren’t as strong a bet based on their observable characteristics? Is this the kind of technocratic string pulling system I want for my children and grandchildren? Is my pension fund investing in companies that are fully committed to this new paradigm.? Am I helping to create this new digital control grid?
It seems that puppets, I mean “leaders”, from nearly every industry have thrown their lot in with this new societal technocratic digital control model. If you aren’t buying into the new ideology, be prepared to make deep sacrifices for the principles that you believe in and are willing to stand for. You might be feeling alone, but I think more people are catching on…we may even have to create our own parallel society based on principles of freedom as intended by God.
If you want a glimpse at the control grid from the digital currency side of the framework, have a listen to a three minute clip from economist Richard Werner.
And for a view from the perspective of education, look to the work of Alison McDowell.