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Canada’s Emergencies Act underscores the dangers of a cashless society

Life Site News: 'The extraordinarily aggressive financial measures by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and finance minister Chrystia Freeland have underlined the dangers of a cashless society. They have demonstrated that any form of digital money can be abused by tyrannical overlords. The best way to get funds to the truckers without being attacked by authorities remains the old-fashioned one: physical notes.

'What Freeland has outlined is an unprecedented incursion into financial activity that is designed to lock the people whom the government deems to be undesirable out of the system entirely. The measures “cover all forms of transactions, including digital assets such as cryptocurrencies,” the minister stated. The government, she said, is “following the money,” which includes freezing corporate accounts and suspending insurance on vehicles. Personal financial accounts are to be included in the order.

'It confirms what many have been warning about for some time: that one of the core elements of the so-called Great Reset is to enslave populations by surveilling and controlling their transactions. China has already implemented its version of digital tyranny with its Social Credit System, which it will combine with its Central Bank Digital Currency [CBDC]. Now Trudeau and Freeland have drawn back the curtain in Canada to reveal their version of digital despotism.'

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