The totalitarian endgame is going to be a central bank digital currency. A world where we will own nothing and those who rule over us will own everything, merely allowing us to exist, as long as they need us. If humanity allows a central bank digital currency or CBDC to come to fruition, frankly, we deserve to be slaves for eons.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said the war in Ukraine could accelerate the adoption of digital currencies by central banks. This is what they want and need for complete control over every human being on this planet. “The war will prompt countries to re-evaluate their currency dependencies,” he said. “Even before the war, several governments were looking to play a more active role in digital currencies and define the regulatory frameworks under which they operate.”
The rulers are going to sell it to the public as something great when in reality, it will be used to permanently control and enslave those who are not paying enough attention and get involved in this slavery scheme.
The reason the “invasion” will be a catalyst is because it adds pain at the pump and grocery store as prices soar and supply dwindles. The central banks are going to try to step in and say they are “saving” everyone. The inflation and inability of people to be able to buy basic goods and services like food will be an excuse used to usher in the central bank digital dollar. The last lock on our permanent cage. This is it, humanity. If they (the central banks) have absolute control over the money supply, they will have absolute control over the world.
BlackRock President Rob Kapito warned that a “very entitled” generation of people would soon have to face shortages for the first time in their lives as some goods grow scarce because of rising inflation, according to a report by Forbes. “For the first time, this generation is going to go into a store and not be able to get what they want,” Kapito said Tuesday at the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association conference—an annual oil and gas industry convention.