Klaus Schwab is the president and founder of the World Economic Forum, which recently held its annual meeting in Davos. Photo: AP / Markus Schreiber / NTB
document.no - By: Erling Marthinsen June 4, 2022, 10:25
The Chinese tech giant Alibaba has developed technology that is used to monitor everything we do. Such technology is already in use in China. At the WEF meeting in Davos, we heard how the same technology can be used on us, to measure our CO2 emissions.
The dystopian opportunities were presented to participants in the World Economic Forum (WEF) by Alibaba Group Chairman J. Michael Evans. He has introduced a project designed to track individuals' personal climate footprint.
The intention is to get people to measure almost everything they do in relation to how this affects the climate. Then you can be rewarded with "climate credits" if you act in the way the authorities expect, writes Reclaim The Net .
Here are two things to note: First, the system is almost identical to the system introduced by the Communist dictatorship in China, only that they call it social credit and focus more on acting law-abiding, healthy and loyal to the Communist Party.
The second thing to note is more of a question: Who are the authorities? Evans uses the term "state", but in climate issues there is already a strong sense of supranational. That is precisely why the WEF is so concerned about climate and so-called pandemics.
As is well known, global challenges must be solved globally, is the argument these forces use. Then the conclusion follows quite logically: The situation requires a global government.
Here you can see a short clip where Evans shamelessly tells what this is all about. He actually seems quite happy with himself.
The technology is not fully developed, but Alibaba is working on the case. So it's just to enjoy.
Those less enthusiastic who are commenting about this news on social media believe trackers like this have less to do with reducing people’s carbon footprint, and more with simply tracking them.
Many skeptics believe that it is not about "saving the climate" by tracking and monitoring individuals. It is the surveillance itself that is the goal; the climate is used only as an excuse.
In March, Alibaba itself wrote that the goal is to train people to behave in a certain way, in order to reduce their CO2 footprint. The target is Net Zero, ie zero emissions.
Alibaba gives some examples of what actions will result in you being granted these credits.
Seriously? They are going to monitor us in such detail that we can earn credits for licking our plate clean?
Alibaba further writes that "the trick is to develop a model that transforms individual activities into climate credits, and build a society that promotes a life with low climate emissions based on the climate credit system."
The tracker itself has not been fully developed, but the platform is already in use in China. 1492 companies and other communities are involved. Students also participate.
– We’ve been trying to combine behavioral science with technology to change people’s perceptions and make low-carbon fashionable, sa Xiao Lei fra Alibaba Cloud.
In good Norwegian, they will try to combine behavioral science and technology to change our perceptions and make low emissions fashionable. Brainwashing using tech.
Klaus Schwab must be rubbing his clammy hands.
For the moment, using the platform is not mandatory.
Until further notice, it is voluntary to use the platform. Here is an expectation that volunteering is something temporary.
Russel Brand, the British rabble-rouser and YouTube star, describes it as if we are being transformed into rats that are being tried. Brand is a counter-voice that reaches millions of people. You can watch the video of him below, it is quite entertaining.
The rest of us just have to get ready to lick our plates.
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
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