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We’re almost at the end of the critique: Australia has begun!

We’re almost at the end of the critique: Australia has begun!

Our freedom has several conditions, most of which are included in lists of human and civil rights. But now we have to wake up to the fact that no previous international convention on freedom of expression included our right to freedom, which has now been revealed and will turn out to be the most important of course, in addition to our right to freedom. Right to life:

This is our right to use cash freely.

Naturally, this cannot be included in the Charter of the United Nations or the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the United Nations in 1948, nor can it be included in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of 1966. But even the Lisbon Treaty of the European Union, which entered into force in 2009, which brought into full force the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, which also deals with human rights, which was originally adopted in 2000, but amended in 2012.

It is quite understandable that the right to access and use cash freely is not included in these documents.

First of all, it is not because this crazy idea, an “invention” of the global elite, that cash should be replaced worldwide by digital money (CBDC, central bank digital currency), was not even on the horizon.

But it would be more accurate to say that the adults have not yet drawn our attention to their idea, and especially since they have not taken any steps towards it.

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Mainly after the global financial crisis of 2008-2009, they came to the conclusion that the financial system as a whole was in crisis, mainly due to the collapse of the reserve currency nature of the dollar, and from that time they began to think seriously about what kind of system could be used to replace the crumbling dollar system. .

But in recent years, the circles of the global financial elite have already decided on this matter, and the first statements were made accordingly, and then

In recent months, they have already taken the first steps in the direction of eliminating cash.

I have written and spoken about this many times before, so I mention it only in Telegraph style, because in the meantime another step has taken place, in Australia, which should be taken seriously.

In 2021, Agustin Carstens, President of the Bank for International Settlements, i.e. the Swiss Bank for International Settlements in Basel, announced, perhaps more clearly and for the first time that they already have the technology and intention to introduce central bank digital currencies worldwide (!) and yet eliminate cash in parallel. . He proudly announced that this would allow them to track everyone’s financial dispositions, giving them complete control…

Then came the statement of Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank, that a central bank digital currency (CBDC) should be introduced in the European Union within two or three years, but Kristalina Georgieva, President of the International Monetary Fund, and of course the World Economic Forum, therefore, cannot be ruled out. The “highly respected” president of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, who in June spoke with great agreement with the Chinese prime minister about the need for a digital currency. Of course, Larry Fink, head of the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock, supports this cause as well – and perhaps it is not even worth pursuing this line, as the coordinated intent is so clear.

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Furthermore, specific countries such as Great Britain, Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Israel are making rapid strides toward the lofty goal of eliminating cash, but they have not yet reached that point. And don’t be surprised: Ukraine under Zelensky has also set a goal – in cooperation with BlackRock and the World Economic Forum, of course – to introduce a central bank digital currency!

In parallel, news has just come: the Australian government and central bank are accelerating the transition from cash to digital money. Earlier – and it is no coincidence – trial operations were carried out with the Bank for International Settlements and MasterCard, but next year they want to introduce the new system, abolishing Liberty.

According to their justification, the Australian community’s use of cash has fallen from 32 to 16 percent, but they forget to mention that due to Covid, people have turned to digital payments in droves – and this was no coincidence either, let’s not be naive. ..

However, their plans don’t stop there: they’ve also set a goal for credit cards to be time-limited, so they must be spent within a certain period of time. This is shocking: they really take away all freedom from us, not to mention the fact that if we don’t have the right views, then suddenly we can’t even pay by card until we apologize to Big Brother…

In short, I would like to make two comments at the end.

The other thing is that we must realize: we must urgently include the right to use money among human and civil rights, as the most important basic condition for our freedom in the 21st century. a century. Let unlimited and unrestricted use of money be a basic human right!


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