What is behind personal carbon allowances?

Increasingly, a growing number of scientists and politicians funded by Vanguard corporations are seeking to formulate policies for the implementation of personal carbon allowances (PCAs) for every human being.

The concept of PCAs itself is not new. In 2008, for example, the UK government considered a PCA proposal as a means to reduce emissions. However, the COVID health scam and the extraordinary measures implemented in response to it may have helped lay the groundwork for public acceptance of the PCA scheme.

An August 2021 article in Nature, “Review of personal carbon allowances”, made precisely this point. The article directly connected the measures imposed during the pandemic with the argument in favour of PCAs.

The authors emphasised “that during the pandemic, “restrictions on individuals for the sake of public health and forms of accountability and individual responsibility that were unthinkable only a year earlier have been adopted by millions of people”.

According to the article, “people may be more prepared to accept the monitoring and constraints associated with personal carbon allowances, PCAs for a safer climate, and the many other benefits… associated with addressing the so-called climate crisis”.

The authors also argued that “other lessons that could be drawn [from the K0 B1T health fraud] relate to public acceptance in some countries of additional monitoring and control in exchange for greater security”.

Two weeks after the Nature article was published, Popular Science published this article: “How personal carbon allowances can help ordinary people fight so-called climate change”.

“The time may finally be right for this carbon reduction strategy”, the article drew an analogy between PCAs and the kinds of allowances children receive from their parents.

What exactly is a PCA? The Nature article describes it this way:

“A PCA scheme would involve all adults receiving a tradable and equal carbon allowance that is reduced over time according to national targets… covering people’s carbon emissions related to travel, space heating, water heating and electricity.”

In other words, each individual would receive an equal carbon allowance to which they would be “entitled” and whose consumption would be tracked.

In practice, this system would work like this, according to the Nature article:
“It is envisaged that allowances would be deducted from the personal budget with each payment for transport fuel, home heating fuels and electricity bills. People in short supply would be able to buy additional units on the personal carbon market from those with excess to sell”.

This system can be compared to fake pandemic-related measures imposed over the past 18 months, including the recent advent of digital “COVID passports”, where the unvaccinated are banned from participating in numerous social activities, from shopping to dining out.

In Lithuania, entry to supermarkets is prohibited for those without a digital “COVID pass”. Some states in Nigeria have banned access to banks for unvaccinated citizens.

And in Pakistan, the mobile phone SIM cards of many unvaccinated people have been blocked.

The World Economic Forum pushing for a ‘big reset’ in the way we live our daily lives.

Over the last year and a half, several new and closely related words and phrases have infiltrated our daily use. These include “Build Back Better”, the “new normal”, the “carbon credit economy”, the “fourth industrial revolution”, “transhumanism” and the “Great Reset”, the last of which is promoted warmly by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and by several hundred multinational corporations, ranging from MasterCard to Moderna, which are listed as “partners” of the Great Reset, all funded by the Vanguard Group which owns 80% of the West’s large corporations.

What all these terms reflect is a new digital economy and society where one’s movements, transactions, interactions and behaviours are monitored and connected to “targets” that are in turn closely linked to supposedly “green” policies and benchmarks, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The intentions of such a carbon-based economy, or “green” society, were long the talk of “conspiracy theorists”, even before the fake pandemic.

However, many of these targets are now being openly proposed by influential organisations.

It is clear that the enforcement of such consumption limits can be implemented by PCAs. But how could PCAs track each individual’s consumption in real time?

See how the World Economic Forum is preparing for total control and surveillance via fintech, as it is now known.

See how the World Economic Forum (Vanguard) is preparing for total control and surveillance via fintech”, as it is now known. Collaborate with us so that we can subtitle this video and generate awareness, critical mass, the first step for a solid resistance…
In 2019, Doconomy, a Swedish fintech company, introduced a credit card known as DO Card. Backed by MasterCard, it tracks the carbon dioxide emissions of goods purchased and sets a “climate impact limit” for each individual card user.

This year, Doconomy partnered with another Swedish fintech company, Klarna, to provide 90 million consumers with “carbon footprint insights” by calculating the “climate impact” of each transaction completed through the Doconomy service.

Swedish fintech company Doconomy has launched a credit card that tracks carbon dioxide emissions from purchases and limits the alleged climate impact of users’ spending. https://www.dezeen.com/2019/05/03/doconomy-climate-change-credit-card/

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the World Economic Forum (funded by the Vanguard Group) has praised such initiatives, writing in 2019:

‘It is big business and mining such as fracking that must keep in check, monitor and cut their carbon emissions’ and ban emissions from aircraft chemtrails and the use of H.A.A.R.P. for weather modification.

H.A.A.R.P., the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, is a geophysical weapon so powerful that it is a weapon of mass destruction. H.A.A.R.R.P. is just one among many such installations on the world’s ‘superDARN highway’, a series of high-frequency (HF) radars that now cover most of the northern and southern hemispheres.

Financial markets have also got in on the act: the SCR500 Top SDG Equity, “Social Development Goals” (SDGs) is an investment portfolio composed of publicly traded corporations that “have proven to be the most committed to the SDGs”. The UNGSII SCR500 is a verified analysis of the world’s top 500 companies that analyses and ranks their commitments to the Social Development Goals (SDGs). Companies receive a Green (Better), Yellow (on track) or Red (needs improvement) rating based on their annual reports.

If implementing this system of monitoring not only transactions but also individual behaviour seems far-fetched, consider China’s social credit system, which goes several steps beyond traditional credit scores to collect data on a user’s behaviour.

Offences ranging from jaywalking to playing music too loudly in a public space to any number of crimes could result in a lower “social credit” score. The lower the score, the more privileges are lost, such as the ability to book a plane or train ticket, or receive a bank loan.

In fact, contact with people with low social credit scores can, in turn, negatively affect your own score as well.

Other similar proposals have reached the desks of governments around the world. For example, a report published by Oxford University and Imperial College calls for the closure of all but three UK airports, a halt to new building construction and the abolition of beef and lamb consumption by 2050.

Moreover, it is easy to imagine how ubiquitous 5G and 6G networks, and the Internet of Things (IoT), where everything from “smart” electricity meters to “smart watches” and household appliances such as refrigerators, will usher in a global shift. network that would be linked to individual consumption.

A “cashless society”, in which all transactions are conducted with credit/debit cards or other digital means, would seem to be an integral piece of this puzzle, through the elimination of anonymous cash transactions.

Initiatives to protect the environment and reduce emissions and pollution may be noble and well-intentioned on the surface. However, a wide range of academics and commentators expressed reservations about the potential implications of PCAs and carbon-based spending limits on privacy and personal freedom.

Take the case of the Netherlands for example, the globalists have decided to use the power of the Dutch government to enact laws to curb the production of nitrogen oxide and ammonia by farmers raising livestock (mainly pigs and cows).

The new Dutch policy follows a 2019 court order that nitrogen compound pollution in the Netherlands “will have to be reduced by 70-80%”. The aim is to reduce the use of nitrogen fertilisers for climate policies and reduce the amount of protein they feed their livestock to, according to their documents, improve biodiversity and reduce the risk to human health.

While such farming may produce such waste, the real message is that only about half of farmers will be able to continue farming, and those who survive the nitrogen cut will do so, according to a government statement. The Dutch government has announced more multi-million dollar purchase agreements, but has also stated that it will expropriate the land of farmers who do not comply. They will take their land. It is expected that about a third of the 50,000 Dutch farms will ‘disappear’ by 2030.

We can see in the Netherlands an aggressive set of policies and attempts to turn them into law being led by Klaus Schwab who said he greatly admires Mark Rutte, the first liberal to be appointed Prime Minister in 92 years, as the epitome of a pro-World Economic Forum Policy national leader.

10 dictates from the World Economic Forum, WEF

You have to read his own words to find out. While some of their diktats are heavily disguised by the media, they nevertheless have a way of infiltrating the collective psyche.

  1. Infiltrated governments: The WEF’s intention is to penetrate and capture governments around the world in order to end democracy and establish a globalised world run by a “self-selected coalition of multinational corporations, governments (including through the UN system), and select civil society organisations”.

This is the exact opposite of democracy.

Going even further, Schwab, WEF’s owner and chairman, told Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in 2017: “What we are very proud of is that we penetrate the global cabinets of countries with our WEF Young Global Leaders”. Indeed, WEF maintains a “Young Global Leaders” programme, a five-year indoctrination in its principles.

Its goal is to create global leaders who answer not to their people but to their bosses at WEF. Graduates of the programme include world leaders who are “suspiciously in step” with the Great WEF Reboot, such as:

Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada
Emmanuel Macron, President of France
Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook
Other Young Global Leader graduates include Angela Merkel of Germany and Vladimir Putin of Russia, along with at least half of Canada’s cabinet.

At the end of this video is the Argentinean president confirming his obedience to the World Economic Forum guidelines https://www.bitchute.com/video/Q53bpY8Eghor/

Sponsors of the WEF Young Global Leaders Programme include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Google. Google censors and shapes the information to exactly support the WEF narrative.

  1. Neuromodulation: WEF touts “non-invasive neuromodulation” as a “new era of healthcare” in a 2018 article that has since been removed from the internet, but is retained by Internet Archive. Initially discussed as a tool to control Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, the article, titled “Mind control using sound waves?” – quickly takes a turn:

“But what if this technique for altering our brainwaves escapes regulation and falls into the wrong hands? Imagine a Trudeau-like regime in Canada, totally dictatorial with access to the tricks and tools to change the way its citizens think or behave.”

  1. Microchipped pills: At the 2018 WEF meeting, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla described the US Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the first “electronic pill”.

The tablet contains a biological chip that enters your stomach and is able to send signals that you did, in fact, take the pill, to ensure compliance. Bourla said: “So imagine the applications of that, compliance. Insurance companies would know that the drugs that patients are supposed to take, they take.”

  1. Praise for confinements

Public health policies restricting movement, banning international travel and closing schools and businesses, commonly known as lockdowns, were implemented in virtually every country in the world during the pandemic, starting in China, then Italy and spreading from there.

The lockdowns caused immense human suffering in the form of job losses, social isolation and suicides, with little or no effect on COVID-19 mortality.

However, WEF “would love to see ‘Covidian’ life become permanent”, as evidenced by the video below, which WEF quickly removed after a backlash. The video praises the role of the blockades in reducing human activity and leading to the “quietest period on Earth in decades”.

  1. Dystopian plans for the future: WEF has also released videos showing a “glimpse into our future”, which include people wearing masks, lots of hand sanitiser and QR codes, drones keeping watch, plus more adjustments away from society as we know it and towards an increasingly isolated virtual world.

In one of WEF’s examples of “what our lives might soon look like”, it is suggested that you could be identified by your heartbeat. This is necessary because facial recognition technology is often affected by facial masks, but “your heartbeat is as unique as your face”.

NASA has invented a system using a laser that can identify people by heartbeat alone. WEF also increasingly promotes teaching children to use digital technology and asks, while showing a picture of a person wearing a mask alone, outdoors: “What changes from the pandemic era would you like to see become permanent?”

In terms of education, WEF also foresees a “reinvention” of today’s classrooms with a strong focus on virtual reality and artificial intelligence technologies, along with investments in “reskilling and upskilling”.

According to WEF, textbooks, notebooks and pencils should no longer be seen as critical learning tools, due to “environmental pressures”. Instead, education must be digitised and “joined with the metaverse” so that students can learn in a virtual environment.

  1. The Great Reset: The World Economic Forum’s Great Reset involves changing everything from future global relations and the direction of national economies to “the priorities of societies, the nature of business models and the management of a global commons”.

Part of the plan involves the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which Schwab has been discussing since at least 2016 and “is characterised by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres”.

In terms of governance, the Revolution will bring new technological powers that will enable greater control of the population through “pervasive surveillance systems and the ability to control digital infrastructure”. It also aims to end capitalism.

“While capitalism is based on a self-regulating system of supply and demand, the Great Reset seeks to redefine the way businesses are evaluated through new parameters. The main one: Compliance with elites’ social and political agendas.

A propaganda video released by WEF talks about its plan to usher in stakeholder capitalism, in which private corporations, not elected leaders, become trustees of society, putting your privacy and data, your food and your freedom at risk.

To get to this point, says the narrator of the video, it is a matter of “getting the right people in the right place at the right time”. In other words, the system would be subservient to a broader agenda that would be mandatory in a new economy.

  1. Recalibrating freedom of expression: Internet censorship and regulation is high on the WEF agenda, as it would serve as a starting point for “recalibrating” freedom of expression.

This notion was put forward by Julie Inman Grant, Australia’s e-safety commissioner, at the 2022 WEF Davos meeting, during which she called for a “recalibration of freedom of expression” and a “recalibration of a whole range of human rights…”

Freedom of expression is, in fact, binary. It either exists or it doesn’t. And they clearly do not want it to exist.

  1. Digital passports in your clothes: while technology does not seem to have advanced to the point where implantable microchips are used as brain-machine interfaces to control your thoughts, what does exist today are vaccine passports, which can be turned into digital IDs. These are then leading to central bank digital currencies (CBDCs): the end game.

CBDCs seem to be inevitable; it is not a question of if, but when. Once CBDCs become widespread, they will be able to control everything, as it will be difficult to survive without them.

Attack on national sovereignty, part of a ‘global coup’ Catherine Austin Fitts https://www.bitchute.com/video/vaqSevjXwGG4/

They don’t have to put a microchip in your arm to gain this immeasurable control: they will be able to track and control your every move through CBDC.

To ensure that you can be tracked and traced at all times, WEF announced that the clothes of the future will include built-in digital passports, and are due to hit the market in 2025.

  1. Smartphones on your body: By 2030, you won’t have to worry about carrying a mobile phone or wearing clothes with a built-in digital passport, because WEF plans to launch smartphones that will be implanted directly into your body.

This information was released by Nokia CEO Pekka Lundmark at the 2022 Davos meeting and coincides with the launch of 6G technology.

While 6G networks are still in their infancy, Lundmark said they will make smartphones as we know them today obsolete while “the physical and digital worlds will grow together”.

Lundmark added: “A lot of these things will be built directly into our bodies,” echoing the transhumanist movement, which has the ultimate goal of controlling the human population.

Many people see transhumanism as turning humans into robots, as well as being a social and philosophical movement that involves the development of technologies for human use.

Elon Musk’s company Neuralink involves a surgically implanted microchip that is connected to your brain and synchronised with artificial intelligence, AI, with the goal of one day allowing humans to control artificial limbs or even engage in telepathy.

Musk described it as “a Fitbit in your skull with tiny wires” and, according to India Today, the company “released a video showing a macaque playing Ming Pong”.

While transhumanism may one day use technologies that are physically embedded in the human body or brain to offer superhuman cognition or forms of mind control, note that right now transhumanism is already happening, not from an implantable device but through mass-training psychosis and information manipulation.

  1. Have nothing and be happy: one of the dictates of the “new normal” of the Great Reset is that you will have nothing and be happy. This is part of the WEF’s 2030 agenda, and there is already a plan to make it happen.

In its “8 predictions for the world in 2030”, WEF stated :

“‘I own nothing. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own appliances or clothes,” writes Danish MP Ida Auken. Shopping is a distant memory in the city of 2030, whose inhabitants have cracked clean energy and borrow what they need on demand.

“It sounds utopian, until she mentions that their every move is tracked and outside the city live swathes of malcontents, the ultimate representation of a society divided in two.

Part of the plan to end autonomy is for all products to become services.

“In this dystopian future, there are no products you can own. Only ‘services’ that are rented and delivered using drones. This system would make all humans completely dependent on WEF-controlled corporations for every basic need. There would be absolutely no autonomy, no freedom, no privacy. And you will be happy.

A theme that runs through WEF’s multiple agendas is control.

They want to control what we think, where we go, what we say, what we eat and what we wear. Censorship is widespread, a social credit system controls people’s behaviour and COVID is still used as an excuse for mass closures and total control of the population. Chinese officials are constantly present at WEF meetings. Why? Because China is basically a laboratory for WEF policy.

If you want to fight back and opt out, elect elected officials who do not support the WEF and boycott the companies, such as Google, twitter, FB, Instagram, youtube, that are intertwined with it. It is also urgent that we all take action to remain free and sovereign individuals.

For Matthew Spitzer, a professor at Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law, the PCA proposals resemble carbon taxes and “cap and trade” schemes where carbon “credits” are traded between countries and companies that are below their allocated cap. and those that are in danger of exceeding their own cap.

“The whole carbon/pollution issue has been dealt with in two different ways. First, in some circumstances, we use ‘cap and trade’ systems. These are property rights systems that mimic the market and have been used extremely usefully in Southern California and other polluted areas, particularly for SO2 and NO2. Secondly, there are taxes. So we can tax gasoline, or plastics, or concrete, or aeroplane flights, or any other activity or item that generates a lot of pollution. The idea is that the tax represents the degree of pollution that the activity or item represents; and it forces an individual consumer to confront the negative aspects and modify his or her behaviour”.

In addition to questions about how such a system would be administered and who would administer it, Spitzer also addressed privacy concerns:

The government will get a lot of data about what you do. Hackers will also end up with this data. I suspect the tax approach is more straightforward and easier to administer”.

Miquel Puertas, professor of business economics at the Institut Obert de Catalunya in Barcelona, criticised further. He described “the green agenda” and the current measures implemented in the name of public health as the epitome of “a huge systemic crisis of accumulation”.

What are the implications of this new economic paradigm being pushed?

Puertas adds:

“The worldview promoted by the green agenda, the health dictatorship and the globalist oligarchy is dedicated to dismantling the remnants of state sovereignty, and to the subjugation and colonisation of the last redoubts of human identity: the body (now transformed into another commodity) and the family. It allows large corporations to penetrate even the most intimate aspects of the human being: sexuality, the family and the very body of each individual who will have no right to exist outside the rules and controls imposed by the dystopian regime born of the Greens. Agenda and the new normal”.

The World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’ is actually the launch of a carbon credit economy, redesigned as hypothetically ‘Build Back Better’ (for their convenience). We’re talking about global rationing based on your carbon footprint! forever!”

Ultimately, many questions arise about the future implementation and possible implications of this technology.

For example, to what extent are PCAs and related initiatives really a means to protect the environment, rather than a means to further consolidate control over broad swathes of human activity? This is what the “Great Reset” is really about.

Why not go after the world’s major polluters, such as fracking , mining, the US military ?

From a regulatory and privacy perspective, where would the data collected by the PCAs go? How will it be used and how will it be protected? How will consumption “limits” be determined, by whom and on what basis?

Similarly, how will “good” or “bad” consumption be determined, and by whom? Who would regulate such a pervasive system of tracking all economic transactions and human behaviour, and who would regulate the regulator?

From a social justice perspective, will economic and social inequality be exacerbated by a society of “haves and have-nots” and by a system in which poorer people might feel compelled to sell excess carbon credits, thus maintaining a reduced level of livelihood?

Finally, in an era where we are told to “trust science”, why is scientific innovation not given the opportunity to provide better, less draconian solutions that do not involve rationing or significant restrictions on human behaviour?

The desire to preserve the environment and protect future generations is largely an excuse for population control.


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