Don't believe in climate change? doesn't matter, your life will still be run by it.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has published its plans for a carbon credit system which deploys a raft of surveillance technology that track every aspect of your life, 24 hours a day. The system is supposedly to monitor individual carbon emissions, the alleged cause of climate change, and, in order to do so, you will be required to give up privacy and personal autonomy to save the planet.
Of course the Marxist organisation used language that belies its true nature. The system is called " “My Carbon initiatives” and according to a post on the website is about “inclusivity of citizens” in reducing carbon emissions in urban areas.
“personal allowance programmes” have been pushed for several years but not received much success, so the World Economic Forum's answer to the lack of voluntary take-up is to make them mandatory. The system would be 'at a national level', combining both personal technology (your mobile phone and smart watch) with wifi-enabled devices, smart cameras, cctv, traffic cameras and even biometric data that will allow authorities to track you every second of every day.
The plan is to join up every device capable of capturing information about you will feed-back to a government held database that provides a real-time climate score.
Covid was the test of it, exactly as the 'conspiracy theorists' had warned. This, according to the WEF, was proof that billions of people can effectively be trained to show “individual social responsibility.”
A huge number of unimaginable restrictions for public health were adopted by billions of citizens across the world,” the WEF blog piece says approvingly.
The implication is that billions are also now more likely to accept restrictions regarding their lifestyle in other contexts. Then there’s the technology, “AI,” blockchain, digitization, “smart home” devices – all useful in advancing this specific dystopian agenda.
And the plan is to use surveillance tech to track in detail personal carbon emissions, along with giving “individual advisories on lower carbon and ethical choices for consumption of product and services.”
Further, costs for “carbon-intensive” activities and goods should be increased, while offering economic incentives to reduce demand – another way of saying, “low carbon emissions social credit system.”
And then, creating new social norms is also recommended. These would impose a new definition of what “a fair share” of personal emissions is, and set “acceptable levels” of personal emissions.
We're in deep trouble.