March 14, 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. — This blogger, on another website, wrote about the patent application for Microsoft’s “cryptocurrency system using body activity data” on April 18, 2020.
Vaxx zealots often make jokes and mock the non-vaccinated regarding microchips being implanted into them. There is now indisputable proof that all of the injections contain the quasi-metal graphene oxide, known for its ability to transmit radio signals. Further, VeriChip implants were approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2004. VeriChip manufacturer, Digital Angel Corp., has been partners with Microsoft since 2008.
The Microsoft body activity data system rewards people with cryptocurrency when they accomplish certain tasks. The system can also disable your ability to buy and sell goods if you disobey orders. It’s a slick system that aims to control all financial transactions for every human being on the planet. But first every human needs the software installed inside them for it to work. Those invasive nasal swabs and the injections took care of that step. Then the global banksters need a centralized cryptocurrency system that they have 100% control over. That process commenced last week.
President Joe Biden issued a vague, but very telling Executive Order (14067) on March 9. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who was also Federal Reserve Chairwoman from 2014 to 2018, said that the Executive Order “calls for a coordinated and comprehensive approach to digital asset policy.” But its primary goal is to create a digital currency administered by the Federal Reserve.
Web 3.0 and controlling humanity
For those unfamiliar, blockchain is a component of Web 3.0. The earliest internet, Web 1.0, was a read-only platform in the 1990s. There were few content creators, most of whom were companies. You could search and read content, but you could not interact with said content (e.g. comment, like, etc.). Web 2.0 came along at the turn of the millennium. Yahoo! and AOL chatrooms, along with the blogosphere, were the biggest changes early on. Social media is the primary component of Web 2.0 now. Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft, and a few other companies essentially own and control the entirety of Web 2.0.
Web 3.0 (circa 2014) allows individuals, via cryptocurrency, to, theoretically, own a piece of the underlying network. Thus the internet is “decentralized” and not controlled by a few companies. Digital tokens (“coins”) are the assets that represent ownership stakes in networks. These networks all have apps built on their respective technologies. All the Layer 1 tokens, like Ethereum, Solana and Elrond, are jostling for position to be the one that comes out on top. Those who buy the tokens directly are essentially investing in the network that they believe will ultimately win out.
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The main idea behind cryptocurrency is decentralization. Those who own the tokens and maintain the network control it, as opposed to Google and Facebook controlling Web 2.0. Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey obviously has conflicts of interest on the subject matter. But he pointed out how nearly all Web 3.0 companies are owned by venture capitalists and their investors. Thus the technology isn’t truly “decentralized.”
Further, there are drawbacks to a decentralized internet even if it is 100% possible. Cyber-crimes will be near-impossible to prosecute. Child pornography will flow more freely. And instead of Facebook and Google policing the internet, it will be Binance, Crypto.com, Coinbase and Ripple.
Facebook rebranded its company name to “Meta” in anticipation of Web 3.0 and the “metaverse” taking over soon. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has also been talking about the metaverse a lot lately. In other words, the old guard are positioning themselves to maintain a stake in information control when Web 3.0 becomes the norm. The fact remains, nobody can truly say who “owns” Web 3.0. So don’t expect the definition to get any clearer when the technology takes over.
What the Biden Executive Order says
The Biden Executive Order directs several U.S. government agencies, including the Department of Commerce, the Treasury Department, and Financial Stability Oversight Council, to develop policies for regulation and oversight of digital currencies. But it’s the last provision of the Executive Order that has drawn the most attention.
“Explore a U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) by placing urgency on research and development of a potential United States CBDC, should issuance be deemed in the national interest. The Order directs the U.S. Government to assess the technological infrastructure and capacity needs for a potential U.S. CBDC in a manner that protects Americans’ interests.”
The People’s Bank of China is already using a digital version of the yuan. TechCrunch reported in January that 260 million Chinese citizens (about 25% of the country’s population) have downloaded the e-CNY wallet for the digital yuan. The app had already facilitated 87.5 billion yuan (about $13.8 billion) in transactions through January. China banned all other cryptocurrencies in September, eliminating any potential competition. India imposed a 30% tax on all cryptocurrency gains in the country. The United States is under pressure to keep up with other countries adopting and regulating the technology.
Of course CBDC’s completely fly in the face of the decentralization concept that is supposed to be the backbone of digital currencies. Regardless, cryptocurrency enthusiasts are mostly excited about a potential government-owned digital currency. Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital currencies rose by 8% or more after the Executive Order was announced. It will take upwards of three years for the U.S. government to launch something like this. But if the government really expends the resources necessary, it could happen much quicker than that.
History of U.S. Presidents interfering with international banksters
Many Americans believe President Abraham Lincoln was an altruistic man who loved all people. The Civil War was fought to end the enslavement of Black people, according to many narratives. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact President Lincoln made clear that he was indifferent about chattel slavery in the South during his Inauguration Address on March 4, 1861:
“I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the States where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so.”
A news clip from The Daily Intelligencer, August 23, 1862, quoted President Lincoln saying, “If I could save the Union without freeing any slave I would do it, and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it.”
The Union instituted tariffs on European imports, making said goods more expensive and less attractive to the Confederacy. Europe stopped importing American cotton from the South in retaliation, which crushed the Confederate economy. The U.S. had been without a central bank, controlled by unelected, nefarious people, for decades. The country was becoming too independent, and was showing the rest of the world that it could thrive without the funny money of central banks as long as slavery existed. But war is expensive, and the banksters knew Lincoln would need them.
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The banksters approved loans for the Union at upwards of 36% interest. Lincoln declined and instead printed interest-free money from the Treasury to pay soldiers. He was worried that people wouldn’t accept the new “greenbacks” as real money. But the Constitution, Lincoln believed, gave him the authority to do it. Lincoln printed $450 million in greenbacks by 1862. Lincoln had to be killed if the international banksters were to regain control of the entire global financial system. They also needed to end chattel slavery to divide and conquer the country, not out of good will.
Long story short, Lincoln was assassinated by bankster mercenary John Wilkes Booth, chattel slavery was abolished, and the U.S. was in massive debt to the banksters. President John F. Kennedy did something similar in 1963 with Executive Order 11110. It gave the U.S. Treasury the power to print debt-free currency in lieu of the Federal Reserve. He was assassinated just a few months later.
The point is that U.S. Presidents are not allowed to mess around with the bankster’s money system. That brings us back to Biden’s Executive Order. If a centralized digital currency benefits the general populace in any way, then Biden will be dead by the end of this summer for even proposing the idea. But it appears the international banksters are in full support of it. That means a centralized digital currency benefits the fraction of 1% richest people in the world, and nobody else.
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Nothing good can possibly come from this Executive Order or a centralized U.S. digital currency. But now it’s inevitable. President Franklin Roosevelt issued Executive Order 6102 in 1933. It ordered all Americans to surrender their gold to the Federal Reserve right before the government suspended the gold standard. Granted forcing Americans to surrender cryptocurrency would be logistically tougher to enforce and execute. But if that step is necessary to continue a monopolized financial system, they will find a way.
We knew a government-sanctioned cryptocurrency was coming. Now it’s official. All we can do is wait-and-see how it impacts everyday life. The world has already changed dramatically since 2020. But government cryptocurrency is the final step in The Great Reset. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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