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“Social Credit” Chinese Style By Michael Ferguson

     We may not like it, but “social credit” is the actual  term being used to describe China’s policy of social control that would astonish even George Orwell:

“What may sound like a dystopian vision of the future is already happening in China. And it’s making and breaking lives. The Communist Party calls it “social credit” and says it will be fully operational by 2020. Within years, an official Party outline claims, it will “allow the trustworthy to roam freely under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step”. Social credit is like a personal scorecard for each of China’s 1.4 billion citizens. In one pilot program already in place, each citizen has been assigned a score out of 800. In other programs it’s 900. Those, like Dandan, with top “citizen scores” get VIP treatment at hotels and airports, cheap loans and a fast track to the best universities and jobs. “It will allow the trustworthy to roam freely under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.”

Those at the bottom can be locked out of society and banned from travel, or barred from getting credit or government jobs. The system will be enforced by the latest in high-tech surveillance systems as China pushes to become the world leader in artificial intelligence. Surveillance cameras will be equipped with facial recognition, body scanning and geo-tracking to cast a constant gaze over every citizen.”

     One needs to have a look at the site above to see the graphics to give you an idea of what the elites and Big Tech plan for the world, just around the corner. China is simply a testing ground. If they succeed, freedom as we know it will disappear from the face of the Earth. Their world  is just a few heartbeats away.



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