Biden is building Social Credit System…

The new domes­tic “War on Ter­ror,” kicked off by the riot on Jan. 6, has prompt­ed sev­er­al web giants to unveil pre­de­ces­sors to what effec­tive­ly could become a soft social cred­it sys­tem by the end of this decade. Rely­ing on an indi­rect hand from D.C., our social bet­ters in cor­po­rate Amer­i­ca will attempt to force the most pro­found changes our soci­ety has seen dur­ing the inter­net era.

Chi­na’s social cred­it sys­tem is a com­bi­na­tion of gov­ern­ment and busi­ness sur­veil­lance that gives cit­i­zens a “score” that can restrict the abil­i­ty of indi­vid­u­als to take actions — such as pur­chas­ing plane tick­ets, acquir­ing prop­er­ty or tak­ing loans — because of behav­iors. Giv­en the posi­tion of sev­er­al major Amer­i­can com­pa­nies, a sim­i­lar sys­tem may be com­ing here soon­er than you think.

Last week, Pay­Pal announced a part­ner­ship with the left-wing South­ern Pover­ty Law Cen­ter to “inves­ti­gate” the role of “white suprema­cists” and prop­a­ga­tors of “anti-gov­ern­ment” rhetoric, sub­jec­tive labels that poten­tial­ly could impact a large num­ber of groups or peo­ple using their ser­vice. Pay­Pal says the col­lect­ed infor­ma­tion will be shared with oth­er finan­cial firms and politi­cians. Face­book is tak­ing sim­i­lar mea­sures, recent­ly intro­duc­ing mes­sages that ask users to snitch on their poten­tial­ly “extrem­ist” friends, which con­sid­er­ing the plat­for­m’s bias seems main­ly to tar­get the polit­i­cal right. At the same time, Face­book and Microsoft are work­ing with sev­er­al oth­er web giants and the Unit­ed Nations on a data­base to block poten­tial extrem­ist content.


Big Tech is at war with you! They don't want you to see the truth.



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