How would it be if you and everything you did formed part of a government rating system, which affected what you could and couldn’t be, where you could and couldn’t go and what you could and couldn’t do? And that rating had the potential to make you expendable?
1984 on steroids? Wild nonsense? Read on.
Firstly, a diluted system already exists. It’s called your credit rating. It affects your ability to borrow money, and how much it costs.
Secondly, the government has ways of making you comply.
Don’t want a “Smart” (“War is peace, Freedom is slavery, Ignorance is strength.”) meter? You don’t have to have one:
“Three of Britain’s biggest power firms are reserving their cheapest deals for customers who agree to have a digital smart meter installed in their home. It means that loyal British Gas, EDF Energy and First Utility customers who do not want the new technology are being denied savings of up to £111 a year. Another supplier, EON is forcing customers who sign up to its deals to agree to being contacted about smart meters at any time. Experts say suppliers have started using smart meter-only tariffs as the latest tactic to pressure customers into changing their meters.”
Daily Mail, 24/4/2018.
In June 2014, China published “Planning Outline for the Construction of a Social Credit System”. It was about creating a national trust score that rated the kind of citizen you were.
So your daily activities, what you buy, where you are, how many hours you are on line, what you spend [bills] are constantly monitored and evaluated.
Far-fetched again? It’s not hard to picture, because most of that already happens, thanks to Google, Facebook and Instagram or health-tracking apps such as Fitbit.
Here’s the rub.
Imagine these behaviours are rated as either positive or negative and distilled into a single number, according to rules set by the government. That would create your Citizen Score and it would tell everyone whether or not you were trustworthy. Plus, your rating would be publicly ranked against that of the entire population and used to determine…
So it all boils down to whether you trust your [the UK] government. You know, the one that has been lying for over one hundred years…
“It’s incredibly sinister,” Charlie Brooker, the creator of Black Mirror, said of China’s social credit system in 2016. “Am I right in thinking that your ranking is affected by your friends, so if you hang with the wrong crowd, your social ranking will go down? Wow. It’s completely mental.”
Yes, even the lamestream media are objecting to it.
So, it could never happen in the “West” [it is doing] and this lie is so big almost everyone believes it:
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”
Joseph Goebbels, German Nazi politician and Reich Minister of Propaganda of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 (pictured above).
And when might your rating begin? At birth, because your parents and any siblings will be rated. But avoid being born Muslim.
At school. Testing, testing, testing…
At work, if your work hasn’t been taken over by a robot. And on state benefits, which will be rigorously tied in with your credit score.
And what happens if it’s cashless and all done electronically? And you are denied any support?
You starve. One less “useless eater” for culling.
(Visit the brilliant truth activist Ian R Crane’s site and watch this video here):
“New York entrepreneur and Democratic 2020 candidate Andrew Yang wants to implement a system in which a government-run mobile app rewards Americans with “digital social credits” (DSCs) for good behaviour. Yang’s social credit plan bears some similarities to the social credit system implemented by China’s authoritarian government.”
The Daily Caller, November 17, 2018.
You know it makes sense.
Be eternally vigilant, and love them all.
Jack Stewart, 20 November 2018.
* And Black Man Ray? China Crisis…
And there’s more.