(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) A former member of the World Economic Forum who became a whistleblower warned people that the global elite made a plan to coerce everyone to take implantable microchips so that the population would be able to access digital currencies, Universal Basic Income and other services.
During last year’s discussion at the International Science Summit 2022, German economist and former WEF “Global Leader for Tomorrow” Richard Werner told people to be very cautious about emerging technologies, saying that the globalists purposely stopped short of showing people what a Central Bank Digital Currency [CBDC] would look like because it will involve an under-the-skin implant about the size of a grain of rice.
When an interviewer asked him if that “grain of rice” would be a person’s entire wallet, Werner confirmed that it was the case, adding that it could be even more than that.
“Yes, it’s your digital ID, your wallet. It can be your passport, your key,” he replied.
Former WEF ‘Global Leader for Tomorrow’ turned whistleblower, economist Professor Richard Werner, explains how—according to his sources—CBDCs will ultimately be held on small microchips implanted under the skin, and Universal Basic Income will be used to entice people into… pic.twitter.com/ynBoAPhDRY
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Werner also added that radio-frequency identification [RFID] technologies that are used in both debit and credit cards to allow data to be transferred via a swipe are used by the globalists to “condition” people to gradually accept “contactless” interactions as an everyday part of life.
“Now, of course, what we found with our debit cards or credit cards is they’ve already now moved to the system in RFID chips, RFID technology where you just wave the thing. Contactless. That is sort of conditioning us in this direction that in the future you’ll just wave your hand because you’ve got the microchip implant under your skin,” Werner said.
He also said that the globalists use a rational way to explain each step that leads to slavery, using the rationale that waving your card instead of swiping it is faster as an example.
“But the next rationalization would be, well, but you can lose your card, somebody can steal your card. And then you’re just waving, it’s kind of risky. Wouldn’t it be nice if you couldn’t lose it and nobody could steal it?”
The good news is that people would naturally be inclined to resist any form of a “violation of human dignity” such as injecting something under one’s skin, Werner said, adding that the globalists would fight that urge by using UBI to entice and persuade populations to receive the injections.
“Since 2015, they’ve all [billionaire elites] come out [to support] universal basic income. Well, why suddenly now? Because now we have the technology for the microchip implant,” Werner said.