WEF Admits Pandemic Was a Hoax to Eliminate Cash

WEF Admits Pandemic Was a Hoax to Eliminate Cash  CBDC
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The World Economic Forum (WEF) has admitted that the Covid pandemic was a globalist hoax that sought to eliminate cash and force the public to accept central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and digital IDs.

The WEF revealed that the global pandemic was merely a step toward ushering in the organization’s plan for a worldwide “cashless society.”

Interstingly, globalists have revealed that the coming single digital currency will have two tiers.

There will be one CBDC system for the general public to use and another that only global elites, corporations, and politicians will be able to access.

The WEF “globalism caravan” was in Saudi Arabia late last month.

During one of the WEF “special meeting” panels, global elites heard about the plan to force “behavioral population lessons” during the Covid pandemic.

Specifically, regarding the current push to introduce a single global CBDC for all citizens around the world.

The pandemic itself may have done a sudden “disappearing act” about two years ago – but it’s clearly seen by some as paving the way for a host of other things.

One – the vast majority of people responded to extreme movement and activity restrictions that profoundly affected their lives, plus vaccines – without basically any resistance.

And this by no means went unnoticed.

And that has clearly emboldened a certain class of policy-makers to make further assumptions, about other controversial policies (like CBDCs).

Central Bank of Bahrain governor Khalid Humaidan discussed plans for eliminating physical cash while speaking at the WEF’s “Special Meeting on Global Collaboration, Growth and Energy Development” on Sunday.

During a panel discussion, titled “Open Forum: The Digital Currencies’ Opportunity in the Middle East,” Humaidan told WEF elites that the goal of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) is to replace cash with “100% digital” payments.

He revealed that the pandemic was part of the plan to rapidly advance that goal.

Humaidan told WEF’s Riyadh “Digital Currencies” panel that his country is working to get rid of cash altogether.

He said they will soon replace it with digitally centralized, (therefore almost perfectly controlled and tracked) CBDCs.

Many governments around the world are alos preparing to do the exact same.

Nevertheless, Humaidan for some reason “went there” and actually made the link between what some theorists see as “the great social experiment” – namely, the pandemic – and how it has opened the path for, effectively, corralling billions of people into a certain pattern of thinking and acting.

Humaidan had an interesting take on what “control over cash” means – according to him, central banks were previously “very much in control with all aspects of cash.”

And now – “We’re comfortable to the point where the private sector plays a big role in the printing of the cash, in the distribution of the cash, and with the private sector we use interest rates to manage the supply of cash.”

That’s how the pioneers in the space now feel comfortable speaking, and – how about this take on “state-private sector collusion.”

This aspect is not something the US public is even aware of now – thinking instead of how that collusion affects social media accounts, etc.

Meanwhile, we also have Humaidan saying that CBDCs might shortly undergo a rebranding.

“The central bank will have a role, but at some point in time – the same way we don’t call it ‘central bank cash’ – we’re probably going to stop calling it central bank digital currency.”

As for why any of this clearly marketing and spinning would succeed, faced with an informed and critical thinking public – this central bank chief was clear he thought the ground has been tested with the pandemic, and the precedent (apparently) permanently reliably set:

“There’s less use of cash,” said Humaidan.

“The transition to fully digital is not going to be a stretch…

“People are used to it…

“Its adoption rates increased because of COVID.

“There is very little resistance.”