China Links Social Credit Score to CBDC: ‘My Child Can’t Go to Private School’

The Chinese Communist Party has reportedly linked its radical social credit score system to the state’s central bank digital currency (CBDC).

Citizens have begun raising the alarm over the situation to warn the West about the dangers of “cashless societies.”

One Chinese social media user has gone viral for detailing how his life has been turned upside down by his low social credit score.

Chinese journalist Leo Hu has a low social credit score which places him on a list of “untrustworthy people.”

Because of this low score, he faces a range of penalties that block him from enjoying a normal life.

Hu says he is now banned from flying due to his score.

However, the penalties don’t end there.

“I can’t buy property, my child can’t go to private school,” Hu told CBS.

“You feel you’re being controlled by the list all the time.”


Experts in the region believe the CCP keeps secret how the scoring truly works so the system can go on as long as possible to “impact behavior.”

Stateside, more Americans are beginning to realize that the transition to a cashless system allows them to be easily controlled in a similar manner.

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Nevertheless, the globalist elite is pushing hard for the West to be tied down with a similar system.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) and teh United Nations (UN) are pushing for the public to be issued mandatory digital IDs and CBDC.

Before the systems have even been rolled, the WEF and UN have been pushing for the systems to be integrated.

During this year’s annual WEF summit last month, the unelected organization’s members pushed the system to also include a person’s “vaccination status.”

WEF members frequently gloat that the plan would give the global elite “absolute control” over the general public.

READ MORE – WEF: Digital Cash Can Be Used to Block Citizens from Buying ‘Less Desirable’ Items

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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