Monday, July 20, 2020



What do the following quotes really mean?

That in order to have a "One World Order Digital Currency", a VACCINE, laced with nanotechnology, must be injected in every human being on this planet. The required "mining technology" that will be part of the vaccine, was patented and made public by Bill Gates only months ago. The nanotechnology-laced vaccine will algorithmically mine your body for crypto-currency or digital currency, based on pre-programmed "life guidelines" and your overall behaviour. Individuals who pose a threat to the new technocracy will be eliminated (i.e. killed). Many billions will likely be eliminated before the remaining few will be allowed to live as subjects of the new technocracy (i.e. The Brave New World).

Why would Covid-19 have to be behind us? The vaccine becomes the final hammer against free speech and free thought. It is global slavery. Billions will be eliminated with the flick of a switch. The link between consciousness and the brain (i.e. the mind) will have been completely hacked and under the control of the technocrats. It is conceivable that machine learning and artificial intelligence will overtake the technocrats to erase all human life, or transhumanistic life, on this planet.

If this is allowed to happen, Satan will have won the battle to destroy humanity. Why do human beings not realize what is happening, and not stopping the political and technocratic demons behind this plan to over-take humanity? They must be imprisoned and executed, before they do the same to us.

Justinian, I suggest you stick the vaccine up your ass.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

We are looking at the question of, should we create a Bank of England digital currency. We’ll go on looking at it, as it does have huge implications on the nature of payments and society. I think in a few year's time, we will be heading toward some sort of digital currency.
The digital currency issue will be a very big issue. I hope it is, because that means Covid will be behind us. Quote by Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey
We are told at every turn that life cannot possibly go back to how it was pre coronavirus, including our relationship with money. Predictably, it did not take global institutions like the BIS long to begin reaffirming the cashless agenda. In April they published a bulletin called, ‘Covid-19, cash, and the future of payments‘ where they stated:
In the context of the current crisis, CBDC  (Central Bank Digital Currency) would in particular have to be designed allowing for access options for the unbanked and (contact-free) technical interfaces suitable for the whole population. The pandemic may hence put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payments, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.


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