Videocompilation on the real agenda of total control beyond the global implementation of the Digital Identity system March 2023)
The plan in Scotland - to be analysed
Temora Yuille looks at Liveable Neighbourhoods - mirror YT channel Temora Yuille (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMh0G4NEaeY)
See also: Scotland’s plan to implement 20-minute neighbourhoods nationwide https://expose-news.com/2023/01/16/scotlands-20-minute-neighbourhoods-nationwide/
mirror Temora Yuille (YT):
Short video encouraging people to attend the open meeting, (November 16th, 2-4pm), where the Scottish Government intend to "update you on the progress, as they prepare to go live" with Scotland's Digital Identity Programme. Engage before it is too late. The video may also be useful to people in other countries given that the introduction to the public of their own country's version of a pre-contrived digital ID system is intended to commence across the globe more or less simultaneously. Edit** I am speaking in Glasgow at the Pearce Institute in Govan, on the 20th of this month, (November 2022), 3-5pm, if anyone is nearby and feels like lending me some, much appreciated, support.
Subject line: Response to the consultation on a UK digital pound
I am a [member of the public/profession] writing to respond to the Bank of England and HM Treasury’s joint consultation on the development of a UK digital pound. The proposal outlines a new way for members of the public and businesses to make payments. Privacy, security, and autonomy are crucial to the way in which I spend money, so it is important that any digital pound is privacy-preserving and optional. As such, I believe that:
The Government have not demonstrated why we need a Central Bank Digital Currency in the UK. I do not understand why the Government is pursuing the introduction of a CBDC and do not think the case has been made to justify its creation. These plans would fundamentally change British society and come with a number of risks. Yet it is unclear for what purpose the Government is pursuing this policy and unclear whether it would be of real benefit to the Great British public.
The proposal for a new UK CBDC does not preserve my privacy and is not fit for purpose. The current proposals would mean that every transaction I make will be recorded and that anyone with access to the records – from public authority to hacker – could potentially see this information. I am incredibly concerned that the proposal permits third party providers to exploit my data for marketing purposes without my consent. CBDC systems and records would also offer hostile actors a massive platform to focus cyber attacks on. Any successful breach would put myself, and others, at risk. The new opportunities for surveillance from such a wide variety of actors is incredibly concerning.
Any future proposals for a digital pound should reject programmability functions. Neither the government nor third party providers should have control over how I spend my money. Financial programmability is an invasion of my privacy and could breach my human rights, such as freedom of expression, assembly, and protection from discrimination.
CBDCs risk exacerbating financial inclusion, not promoting it. Despite the consultation’s suggested aim to increase financial inclusion, I am not convinced that a UK CBDC is the appropriate method for doing so. The consultation sits against the backdrop of the increasing digitalisation of society and general decline in cash use. Introducing a new digital pound could push the UK further towards a cashless society, which would exacerbate financial exclusion for many who do not want or cannot use a CBDC. A digital pound would be spent through a smartphone, which would exclude people already impacted by the digital divide even further (e.g. people who cannot afford a smartphone, elderly people who do not own or cannot operate one, or people living in remote locations with lower levels of connectivity and access). It is important that I am able to choose how I engage with the economy, and that the development of a UK CBDC does not undermine or crowd out physical cash infrastructure.
CBDCs would mean the introduction of digital ID via the back door. Despite the inevitability that digital ID will be integral to the development of a UK CBDC, the consultation barely mentions it. Everyone should have the right to access the economy with or without digital currency, and with or without digital ID. It worries me that, as it is virtually impossible to develop a CBDC without a comprehensive digital identity system, my transactional data would likely be tied to my identity. The government must provide more information regarding how digital identification methods would be used in a UK CBDC, and provide reassurances that I will not have to trade my identity information in return for access to the economy (such as in the proposed “tiered wallet”).
I completely oppose the proposal, as it does not reassure me that my privacy would be protected to the degree that physical cash provides.
Further, it fails to offer any convincing reason as to why a CBDC is needed; especially when it would come at such a major cost to privacy, financial freedom, and equality.
Patrick Bet-David talks about the dark side of CBCD and what you should consider before buying into this concept.
Mayor will ‘robustly defend costly and misguided’ case brought by Tory councils (12.04.23, Evening STandard)
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"Confirmation that CLEAN AIR ZONES are totally unlawful .......
I spent most of yesterday contacting various councils across UK that are involved with the false imprisonment and prevention of travel and although i am not a lawyer, i have quoted several laws and pointed out the punishments that can be used to counter claim for all victims of these unlawful fines and i have numbered several laws below.
1, For a start the Wireless and Telegraphy Act 1947 makes it a criminal offence for threats and punishments to be sent via Royal Mail
2, Bill of Rights 1689 is very clear and says that the only body that has the authority to issue a fine is HM COURT , but as we know HM COURTS have no authority to issue punishment on mere RULES as RULES are not LAW until they have ROYAL ASSENT and as Clean Air Zone Rules don't have the mentioned Royal Assent they remain as RULES and HM COURTS have no authority to issue punishment without committing FRAUD.
5,Demanding Money with Menaces.
6.Falsly presenting these RULES as LAW and claiming that this will generate a criminal record and affect your credit score. when it wont.
7, Breach of our common law freedom to travel without interferance.
Now all the above are very serious criminal offences and certainly can lead to a CUSTODIAL SENTENCE for every single councillor and member of staff involved, with this form of FRAUD right down to the typist .
But there is more ....
7, Misappropriation whilst in public office will ensure the hunting down and immediate arrest of all councillors involved and this is probably the most powerful of all the crimes committed here and will certainly lead to a custodial sentence and criminal conviction and a FOI will ensure the full details of every single councillor that has implemented these measures will come before the courts forthwith.
Any one or certainly all of these can be brought as a Private Prosecution and I have emailed several councils involved in this FRAUD to advise them of the very serious consequences and you can bet your bollocks to a barn dance that there will be a very frightened bunch of these tyrants who so far have been bravely making these rules out of public view and without asking our opinion and this will stop here.
And before i go, Please be aware that any decent lawyer will find MORE LAWS as i only have the knowledge of my laptop.
PLEASE SHARE and FEEL FREE to quote and use these laws.
without prejudice vexation or frivolity."
The WHO broadly describes their areas of work as follows :
Universal Health Coverage (UHC).
General Health and Well-Being.
Further details pertaining to the overall agenda are available on these pages :
2. IHR / WHO CA+
The IHR amendments and the WHO CA+ provide the WHO with the legal framework to implement the agenda.
These instruments bind their signatories to the provisions and objectives established by the WHO and unelected member state delegates.
Both the IHR amendments and the WHO CA+ are integral to the WHO's Health Emergencies Programme (HEP), which sets the context for the implementation of the global architecture for health emergency preparedness, response and resilience.
This architecture is all-encompassing. The WHO is granted, among other powers :
Mass surveillance, power to detect potential or actual Public Health Emergencies of International Concern (PHEICs).
Authority to declare a PHEIC.
Power to manage PHEIC response and legally supersede national health measures (limiting movement, quarantines, lockdowns and forced inoculations.
Power to control speech.
As part of the WHO HEP, different initiatives and groups have been launched to render global surveillance possible.
The digitization of the healthcare infrastructure in all aspects, including vaccine passports, allows for mass surveillance.
5. Censorship & "Infodemic Management"
In order to further the agenda, the WHO aims to actively monitor, control and censor speech.
Immunization is at the center of the WHO's healthcare program and the motor for the digitilization of the healthcare infrastructure. Deployment of vaccine passports hinges on mass inoculation of the global population.
7. Sexualization of Children
Last but not least, the WHO and its mother organization, the United Nations, are the leading force behind the sexualization of children :