Kamala Harris says US must ‘reduce population’ to fight climate change in latest gaffe     (nypost.com)
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Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday called on the US to “reduce population” in an effort to combat climate change, but she meant to say “reduce pollution,” according to the White House.

The shocking gaffe happened as the 58-year-old vice president delivered remarks at Coppin State University in Baltimore, Md., on the need to build a “clean energy economy.”

lol these ppl
Tesla to produce ‘humanoid’ robots next year – Musk     (www.rt.com)
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Putin outlines new digital currency policy     (www.rt.com)
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The pilot launch of the digital ruble has been a success, the Russian president has said

The newly launched digital ruble should be fully incorporated into the Russian economy now that the test phase of its adoption is drawing to a close, President Vladimir Putin announced on Wednesday.

Speaking at a government meeting on economic issues, Putin said the pilot launch of the electronic currency had proved a success, and that the project is ready for wider implementation.

“The pilot launch of the digital ruble platform has shown its efficiency and functionality. And now we need to take the next step, namely to move toward a wider, full-scale implementation of the digital ruble in the economy, in business activities and in the field of finance,” the president suggested. He added that he plans to discuss the steps intended to speed up this process with regulators
ah, yes...     (pomf2.lain.la)
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Head Of Chase Bank Warns Customers: Era Of Free Checking Is Likely Over     (www.zerohedge.com)
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The 'problem-solving' elites in Washington, DC, who advocate interventionist policies and overregulate the economy into oblivion, often cause unintended consequences. The latest example comes from the head of America's largest retail bank, which has a warning for its 86 million customers: The era of free checking is likely over.

Marianne Lake, head of Chase Bank, a division of JPMorgan Chase, was quoted by The Wall Street Journal as saying the bank is preparing to charge customers for now-free services, including checking accounts and wealth-management tools, if new rules pushed by politicians in Washington are enacted. These rules include capping overdrafts and late fees.

"The changes will be broad, sweeping, and significant," Lake said, adding, "The people who will be most impacted are the ones who can least afford to be, and access to credit will be harder to get."

as the magic date of 2030 approaches these banks and institutions will nudge the public towards the anal schwab's (WEF) vision of the future for mankind
Common Sense and Memes Are Viruses to the New World Order (must read!)     (www.theburningplatform.com)
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Ex-Goldman Sachs MD: AI will eliminate junior coders by 2028     (www.efinancialcareers.com)
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Mastercard Launches Its Biometric Retail Payment System In Europe, Using Poland As A Testing Ground     (www.nakedcapitalism.com)
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After running pilot tests in Brazil and parts of the Asia Pacific for roughly two years, Mastercard is finally rolling out its biometric retail payments system in Europe. The world’s largest payment card company appears to be determined to wean consumers off not only cash, its eternal rival, but also credit and debit cards, its main line of business until now. To that end, it is piloting its Biometric Checkout Program in Poland in collaboration with local fintech company PayEye, which will be providing its iris and face biometric technology.
Cognitive Warfare, Mental Manipulation and the Tyranny of Digital Transformation     (www.globalresearch.ca)
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Sweden introduces draconian ‘security zone’ in gang crime hotspot, giving police indiscriminate powers to search anyone     (rmx.news)
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Swedish police have introduced the first “stop-and-frisk-zone” in the country’s history, giving officers the power to search any individual or vehicle without the need for reasonable suspicion.

The draconian measure is in response to a double shooting on Monday evening in the Hageby residential district of Norrköping, a city southwest of Stockholm. Two men were pronounced dead at the scene.

As of Wednesday, the authorities are introducing what is also known as a security zone or visitation zone in the area as officers continue to hunt for perpetrators. A man in his 20s has already been arrested on suspicion of murder

they created this prob by allowing the immigrant filth to come and now they are pushing their reaction/solution to their self created prob
russian book in english about the upcoming technocratic state      (link.springer.com)
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Climate Professor Thinks We Should 'Cull' the Human Population to Reach Emissions Targets     (pjmedia.com)
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digital ID in iceland      (x.com)
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I'm Australian, but live in Iceland: a country that already has an all-encompassing digital ID system. If you're wondering how Australia's new system will play out, I'll tell you here.

And also, how Australians who don't want a digital ID can attempt to protect themselves... at least for a short while.

In Iceland, the digital ID system is linked to each person's kennitala, or social security number.

I sign into everything with my electronic ID (rafræn skilríki) via my phone. Any time I access my bank account, phone services, accounting, tax, insurance, credit score, manage my assets (car/house), power bill, medical record, when I vote, or even want to pull up a store receipt of something I've bought, it's all linked to my digital ID.

Everything in one place. Everything.

You cannot NOT have a digital ID to live in Iceland. It's impossible.

You can't get power turned on, get a phone number, buy or register a car, rent or buy a house, or even buy certain items without having a kennitala or digital ID. You need one.

This has its benefits (it makes life more streamlined when you're trying to do something in daily life), but it also means there is no privacy at all in Iceland.

Anyone can look up where I live. The license plate of my car. How much tax I paid last year. My phone number. You name it. It's public and available--and all you need is my kennitala to find it all out.

But the government has access to more.

The Icelandic government and tax office has access to my bank accounts and knows every transaction I make, what I spend, and what I earn. They don't need a warrant, or anything else to access it--it's theirs. They just need probable cause to look at it.

Australians, this is what's coming for you.

Over the coming years, the government will make it impossible to opt out of the digital ID system. You'll need one for everything.

And most importantly, they'll coerce Australians into adopting it by creating laws that link it to the most important thing you need to survive in today's modern world: your bank account.

They'll do it on the grounds of anti-money-laundering and financial safety. The gov't will enforce laws onto banks (among the many ID and verification laws already mandated on banks) that if you don't have the digital ID, you won't be able to open, keep, or use a bank account.

If your refuse, you'll effectively be locked out of society. Because in today's modern world, you need access to banking services to survive.

Banking will be first. Then everything else in society will be linked to your digital ID.

Nothing will ever again be private. Just like in Iceland today, the government will know everything. Always. Forever.

So, are there ways to opt-out or protect yourself?

Yes, and also no.

It all comes down to having other options. If you're solely a citizen or resident of Australia and nowhere else, you will have no other options. You will be forced to stay in the ecosystem of Australia.

If you have a second passport however, you will have a second nation to fall back on to use its banking, economic, and social system if you don't want to be forced into adopting Australia's. You can still live in Australia, but potentially hold bank accounts in your other nation.

If you don't have a second passport, but know you're eligible for one via a parent, grandparent, or other means, I would seriously suggest taking action to claim it as soon as possible.

But what if you are stuck? Sure, you could leave Australia. But that's not for everyone.

One backup plan that may help you for a while, is becoming an eResident of another country.

eResidency (or digital residency) allows you to access the services of another nation (like banking, etc) without living there. The two major eResidency programs offered today exist in the Baltic EU nation of Estonia, and the island nation of Palau.

You never have to go to either country to claim eResidency. It's a background check, and a small payment, and you can be then sent a nationally-recognised ID card from that nation, that will allow you to among many other things, set up a bank account.

Simply search for "Palau digital residency" or "Estonia eResidency" online if you're interested in either.

It's not a perfect solution. It won't completely protect you if your decision will be to stay in Australia long-term. On a long enough timeline--like in Iceland--you will eventually have to get Australia's digital ID.

The government will make it impossible for you to live otherwise.

But having a backup plan--like a bank account, or money/assets in a location that is harder for the Australian government to access or block you from--might be something you are interested in.

And I'm all for having backup plans.

But again, the best backup plan will always be a citizenship/passport of at least one more nation, or at the very least, your having a permanent residency permit elsewhere. Somewhere that believed in citizens having freedom and privacy.

I hope this helps.

personally i think that once this is being adopted the people will be utterly fucked for good. the plan is to enable this shit worldwide
New “Guide” Teaches UK MPs to Spot “Conspiracy Theories”     (off-guardian.org)
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Unification Of CBDCs? Global Banks Are Telling Us The End Of The Dollar System Is Near     (alt-market.us)
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Unfortunately, I suspect the time is coming soon for the US and it may be in the form of a brand new Bretton Woods-like system that removes the dollar as world reserve and replaces it with a new digital basket structure. Global banks are essentially admitting to the plan for a complete overhaul of the dollar-based financial world and the creation of a CBDC-centric system built on “unified ledgers.”

Bank For International Settlements Unified Ledger

Not more than a day after the IMF announced their XC platform goals, the BIS announced their plans for a unified ledger for all CBDCs called the ‘BIS Universal Ledger.’ The BIS specifically notes that the project is meant to “inspire trust in central bank digital currencies” while “overcoming the fragmentation of current tokenization efforts.”

While the IMF is focused on international policy control, the BIS is pursuing the technical aspects for the globalization of CBDCs. They make it clear in their white papers that a cashless society is in fact the end game and that digital transactions need to be monitored by a centralized entity in order to keep money “secure.” As the BIS argues in their extensive overview of Unified Ledgers:

“Today, the monetary system stands at the cusp of another major leap. Following dematerialisation and digitalisation, the key development is tokenisation – the process of representing claims digitally on a programmable platform. This can be seen as the next logical step in digital recordkeeping and asset transfer.”

“…The blueprint envisages these elements being brought together in a new type of financial market infrastructure (FMI) – a “unified ledger”. The full benefits of tokenisation could be harnessed in a unified ledger due to the settlement finality that comes from central bank money residing in the same venue as other claims. Leveraging trust in the central bank, a shared venue of this kind has great potential to enhance the monetary and financial system.

As the IMF noted in a discussion on centralized ledgers in 2023:

“We could end up in a world where we have connected entities to some degree, but some entities and some countries that are excluded. And as a global and multilateral institution, we’re sort of aiming to, you know, provide a basic connectivity, a basic set of rules and governance that is truly multilateral and inclusive. So, I think that is—the ambition is to aim for innovation that is compatible with policy goals and that is inclusive relative to the broad membership of, say, the IMF.”

To translate, decentralized systems are bad. “Inclusivity” (collectivism) is good. And the IMF wants to work in tandem with other globalist institutions to be the facilitators (controllers) of that economic collectivism.

There are three major assertions made by the BIS in their program – First, the digitization of money is unavoidable and cash is going to disappear primarily because it makes moving money easier. Second, decentralized payment methods are unacceptable because they are “risky” and only central banks are qualified and “trustworthy” enough to mediate the exchange of money. Third, the use of Unified Ledgers is largely designed to track and trace and even investigate all CBDC transactions, for the public good, of course.

The BIS system deals far more in the realm of private transactions than the IMF example. It is the technical foundation for the centralization of all CBDCs, governed in part by the BIS and the IMF, and it is scheduled to go into wider use in the next two years. There are already multiple nations testing the BIS ledger today. It’s important to understand that whoever acts as the middle-man in the process of the global exchange of money is going to have all the power, over governments and over the populace.

If every movement of wealth is monitored, from the shift of billions between governments to the payment of a few dollars from an individual to a retailer, then every aspect of trade can be throttled on the whims of the observer.

SWIFT Cross Border Project – Another Way To Control The Behavior Of Countries

As we’ve seen with the attempt to use the SWIFT payment network as a bludgeon against Russia, there is an ulterior motive for globalists to have a high speed large scale monetary transaction hub. Again, this is all about centralization, and whoever controls the hub has the means to control trade…to a point.

Locking Russia out of SWIFT has done minimal damage to their economy exactly because there are alternative methods for transferring money to keep the flow of trade running. However, under a CBDC based global monetary umbrella, it would be impossible for any country to work outside the boundaries. It’s not only about the ease of shutting a nation out of the network, it’s also about having the power to immediately block the transfer of funds on the receiving end of the exchange.

Meaning, any funds from any Russian source could be tracked and cut off before they are allowed to get into the hands of, say, a recipient in China or India. Once all governments are completely under the thumb of a centralized monetary system, a centralized ledger and a centralized exchange hub, they will never be able to rebel and this control will trickle down to the general population.

I would also remind readers that the majority of nations are going right along with this program. China is most eager to join the global currency scheme. Russia is still part of the BIS, but their involvement in CBDCs is still unclear. The point is, don’t expect the BRICS to counteract the new monetary order, it’s not going to happen.

CBDCs Automatically Require The End Of The Dollar As World Reserve

So what do all these globalist projects with CBDCs have to do with the dollar and its venerated position as the world reserve currency? The bottom line is this: A unified CBDC system completely excludes the need or use-case for a world reserve currency. The Unified Ledger model takes all CBDCs and homogenizes them into a puddle of liquidity, each CBDC growing similar in characteristics over a short period of time.

The advantages of using the dollar disappear in this scenario and the value of currencies becomes relative to the middle-man. In other words, the IMF, BIS and other related institutions dictate the properties of CBDCs and thus there is no distinguishing aspect of any CBDC that makes one more valuable than the others.

Sure, some countries might be able to separate their currency to a point with superior production or superior technology, but the old model of having a big military as a way to ensure Forex and trade favors is dead. Eventually the globalists will make two predictable arguments:

1) “A world reserve currency under the control of one nation is unfair and we as global bankers need to make the system “more equal.””

2) “Why have a reserve currency at all when all transactions are moderated under our ledger anyway? The dollar is no longer any more easy to use for international trade than any other CBDC, right?”

Finally, the dollar has to die because it’s an integral part of the “old world” of material exchange. The globalists desire a cashless society because it is an easily controlled society. Think of the covid lockdowns and the attempts at vaccine passports – If they had a cashless system in place at that time, they would have gotten everything they wanted. Refuse to take the experimental vaccine? We’ll just shut off your digital accounts and you will starve.

This was even partially attempted (think Canadian trucker protests), but with physical cash there’s always a way around a digital embargo. Without physical cash you have no other options unless you plan to live completely off the land and barter goods and services (a way of life most people in the first world need a lot of time to get used to).

I believe that a sizable percentage of the American populace will go to war before they accept a cashless society, but in the meantime, there is still the inevitability of a dollar crash to deal with. Globalist organizations are pushing CBDCs to go active VERY quickly, and as this happens along with the centralized ledgers the traditional dollar will swiftly lose favor. This means that those trillions in greenbacks held overseas will start flooding back into America all at once causing an inflationary disaster well beyond what we are witnessing today.

As much as the economy has benefited from world reserve status in the past it will suffer equally as the dollar fades, only to be replaced by a framework even worse than fiat. That is, unless there’s a dramatic upheaval that removes the globalist order from the equation entirely…
To Appease Environmentalists, the FTC Will Cripple U.S. Energy     (realclearwire.com)
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New Biden climate rules could shutter remaining American coal plants     (www.sltrib.com)
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New regulations could spell the end for plants that burn coal, the fossil fuel that powered the country for more than a century.
while you were distracted by the middle east soap opera show, something else was brewing in the background. do a search for FISA 702 bill      (cointelegraph.com)
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The bill in question reforms and extends a part of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) known as Section 702.

Currently, the NSA can force internet service providers such as Google and Verizon to hand over sensitive data concerning NSA targets.

However, Goitein claims that through an “innocuous change” to the definition of “electronic communications surveillance provider” in the FISA 702 bill, the U.S. government could go far beyond its current scope and force nearly every company and individual that provides any internet-related service to assist with NSA surveillance.
Calif. fast-food chains slash workers as $20-an-hour minimum wage looms     (nypost.com)
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25 dollar burgers when? the country seems to want to replicate weimar
The BioRevolution of Humanity     (karenkingston.substack.com)
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Using synthetic biotechnologies, the BioRevolution will protect the environment and “ensure the sustainable development of human beings" by genetically modifying and controlling all life forms.

April 2, 2024: The BioRevolution uses synthetic biology and gene editing technologies, such as mRNA nanoparticles, to modify the genome of all biological life forms, including human beings. China is leading the global BioRevolution and the China National GeneBank (CNGB) has collected and digitized the DNA from billions of global citizens, including Americans. CNGB claims that genetically modifying humans is necessary in order to protect the environment and “ensure the sustainable development of human beings.”

its just not china doing this
BREAKING: CBDC Launch Date REVEALED, Prepare!     (www.youtube.com)
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according to lena petrova it will launch in 1-2 years time frame. she believes that there's an event coming that should propel its launch
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Global CBDC Rollout Continues Apace     (off-guardian.org)
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Terror attacks in Moscow, ongoing genocide in Gaza, and cancer in the Royal family are dominating the headlines.

Meanwhile, on the financial back pages, all over the world the implementation of Central Bank Digital Currencies draws nearer.
russia is marching along with the world elites vision for the future. scroll to the link and recognize the symbols      (xn--b1aahjdxrcj8iub.xn--p1ai)
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For our purposes, the notion of "future technology" encompasses science-intensive projects that can be implemented within three to ten years to significantly improve people's lives. Achievements to be acknowledged by this Prize are bound to shape the future and benefit various aspects of human life, such as health, communications, logistics, energy, etc

We humans start cognizing the world as soon as we are born.

As we cognize the world, we start asking questions.

Failing to find sufficient answers, we decide to change the world.

Obviously, we should not look up to science, hoping it will answer age-old questions like "What am I living >for?" Many mysteries of human life have, in fact, nothing to do with science and technology. And still, a >scientist's journey begins with a question.

At the turn of the millennium, the brightest minds of humanity thought it was crucial to find answers to the >following questions:

– What is the dark matter and dark energy of the universe?

– What is the physical nature of memory?

– How are the thinking process and the human brain organized?

– Can a "theory of everything" be devised?

– Will we ever run out of energy?

– Can natural intelligence and artificial intelligence be combined?

– Can we decipher the genetic code?

– How can we build a quantum computer?

Scientists continue to ask questions that will only be answered in the future. Their discoveries gradually bring all humanity closer to the coveted heights, opening new horizons before them. But is the public status and authority of the scientists strong enough in today's world? It is time for us to reflect. Throughout the twentieth century, resonating from its greatest historical upheavals, the world started rethinking the role of science and debated the public status of scientists. The most significant role in this process for many decades has been played by the first among scientific awards, the illustrious Nobel Prize, established in 1901.

Obviously, a significant discovery, let alone a real breakthrough, is not made with prestigious prizes in mind. Science is hard work spanning many years, filled with successes and disappointments, sudden enlightenments and years of wandering in the dark. As the great Max Weber admitted, "Every scientific 'fulfillment' raises new 'questions'... [and we] will be surpassed scientifically – let that be repeated – for it is our common fate and, more, our common goal... We cannot work without hoping that others will advance further than we have."

But no matter how inspired a scientist may be by the unachievable radiance of pure reason, public recognition is essential to both the development of their own unique career and the technological progress of all humanity. Let us cast a nostalgic glance back to our recent Soviet past – the early sixties: Gagarin is the first human in space; “physics is in favor", young people are flooding university admission offices inspired by charismatic Wits & Humor team captains; everyone's favorite movie characters are four-eyed nerds and nuclear physicists, scientists of world renown host popular TV shows.

Their challenge to the soon-to-be-over era was, “Being smart is in vogue!”

Our challenge is the VYZOV Prize for Future Technologies.
We challenge the established paradigm of the national science and socio-cultural space:

• It is the first national Prize designed to recognize fundamental breakthroughs, ideas, and inventions that change the landscape of modern science and the life of every single person.

• The Scientific Committee of the Prize, consisting of top Russian scientists of international renown, has developed impartial criteria and a transparent procedure for selecting the winners, ensuring the high credibility and prestige of the Prize.

• The Prize timely identifies and recognizes the contribution of scientists, inventors, and engineers to the most advanced technology, emphasizing Russia's commitment to being at the forefront of global technological innovation.

• The Prize is given out in five categories covering the full range of future technologies. A significant money prize will be awarded in each of the categories.

• The Prize ceremony will bring together top scientists, artists, politicians, and athletes, creating a community of future technology ambassadors.

As the eminent Soviet philosopher Merab Mamardashvili said, “Never be afraid of going too far because the >truth is still farther.”

Face the challenge
for farther means into the future.

*change the world is communist phrase for revolution. emphasis mine
Bezos Earth Fund Vice Chair Lauren Sánchez Announces $60 Million to Establish Bezos Centers for Sustainable Protein     (www.bezosearthfund.org)
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Miami, March 12, 2024 – Today at Aspen Ideas: Climate, Bezos Earth Fund Vice Chair Lauren Sánchez announced an initial $60 million commitment to establish Bezos Centers for Sustainable Protein as part of the Bezos Earth Fund’s $1 billion commitment to food transformation. In her remarks focused on the promise of possibility with innovation and invention, Sánchez said that we need to invent our way out of climate change and pursue advancements in technologies to find solutions for our future.

The Centers will target major technological barriers to reducing cost, increasing quality, and boosting nutritional benefit of alternative proteins by advancing science and technology. To date, challenges in biomanufacturing – the production, at scale, of sustainable protein products, whether plant based, fermented, or cultivated – are resulting in high costs and limited quality. There are also enormous opportunities to enhance the texture and boost flavor through innovation in cell biology and engineering.

by proteins they mean bugs for you but not for them