TECHNOCRACY: How Wall Street is Using the Financial Industry to Enforce Submission to Big Brother
With COVID-19 mass hysteria still prevalent among the masses, Wall Street is working on exploiting the panic to institute social controls on an unprecedented scale. The ridiculously-overcentralized, government-backstopped financial industry is the mechanism that corporate capital is using to induce compliance.
Corporate banks have punished their consumers in order to enforce government mandates, such as the case of HSBC Bank, terminating customers’ accounts who refuse to submit to mask mandates. Banks have even worked with government officials to rob business owners of their savings for refusing to comply with shutdown mandates. These Draconian policies are growing in scope as it becomes clear that emergency measures emanating from the pandemic are meant to be permanent.
Bank of America even violated the privacy rights of its customers to discover who participated in the mostly-peaceful protests that happened in and around the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. They surrendered personal data of their customers to the FBI, in what could be considered a heinous violation of the spirit of the 4th Amendment.
These Orwellian trends show how the markets are no longer influenced by self-interested consumers. A cabal of technocratic globalists has usurped complete control over the world’s riches, and they are conspiring to devastate the rights of the common people. The COVID-19 crisis has given them the excuse to rip the mask off and proceed openly toward an authoritarian one world government.
One of the most influential globalist financial entities in the world, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has proposed manipulating credit scores based on social factors.
Big League Politics has reported on the IMF’s attempt to bring China-style social controls to the West by manipulating the financial system:
“A new white paper from the globalist International Monetary Fund (IMF) is calling for dissidents to have their credit score lowered if they view websites that are arbitrarily deemed to be harmful.
The plan is outlined in a blog written by Arnoud Boot, Peter Hoffmann, Luc Laeven and Lev Ratnovski. They are pitching the Orwellian notion as a breakthrough in financial technology (Fintech).
“Recent research documents that, once powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, these alternative data sources are often superior than traditional credit assessment methods,” they wrote, claiming that “the type of browser and hardware used to access the internet, the history of online searches and purchases” would determine a person’s credit score under their dystopian vision.
“Overall, while much of the technological progress in finance is evolutionary, its pace is accelerating fast. Fintech’s potential to reach out to over a billion unbanked people around the world, and the changes in the financial system structure that this can induce, can be revolutionary,” the authors wrote in their conclusion. “Governments should follow and carefully support the technological transition in finance. It is important to adjust policies accordingly and stay ahead of the curve.”‘
America will be replaced by a permanent scientific dictatorship if the people do not rise up to defeat this Beast System immediately.