Technocracy: Gaining Ground with Blockchain

December 4, 2020 at 12:48 PM 1 comment

IceAge Farmer
I doubt seriously if I would have found this particular website if the URL had not been directly sent to me by a friend on Twitter. What is interesting about this particular site is the amount of actual research with accompanying links presented in fairly short video (or mp3) clips.

We know that CV-19 was telegraphed to the world in the sense of Event 201, involving Bill Gates. This of course, was a tabletop pandemic exercise to determine preparedness of the world in the event a pandemic broke out throughout the world. This exercise took place October 2019 and just several months later, lo and behold, a pandemic did break out throughout the world, starting apparently in China.

The mainstream media came out to denounce any belief that Event 201 exercises had anything to do with CV-19 exploding into society (USA Today, Fullfact, FoxNews, and others). However, we need to be ignoring the media and listening to what these superrich and very powerful people are telling us. By now, conservatives should be fully aware of the fact that the MSM is merely a mouthpiece for the Left.

A video on IceAgeFarmer highlights the fact that many of these same people connected to the World Economic Forum and Event 201, are also providing dire warnings of the “next” crisis that will make CV-19 pale in significance. These same people have been pumping up the idea of what they call the Great Reset due to CV-19. They tell us we must take the “opportunity” of CV-19 to bring the world together as one in order to combat all the things that are in danger of creating havoc throughout the world.

The video – “Next Crisis Bigger than COVID” – Power Grid/Finance Down – WEF’s Cyber Polygon – shows clips of people connected to the oligarchs at the World Economic Forum who believe that something far greater and more nefarious than CV-19 is coming to this world. What could it be? They’re absolutely not trying to keep it secret. They’re telling us that this coming major problem will be in the form of “large scale cyberattack on critical infrastructure that would unleash a Dark Winter and help to usher in the Great Reset.”

A cyberattack on critical infrastructure? What does that mean? Founder and head of World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab explains.

We all know, but still pay insufficient attention, to the frightening scenario of a comprehensive cyber attack could bring a complete halt to the power supply, transportation, hospital services, our society as a whole. The COVID-19 crisis would be seen in this respect as a small disturbance in comparison to a major cyberattack.

To use the COVID19 crisis as a timely opportunity to reflect on the lessons the cybersecurity community can draw and improve our unpreparedness for a potential cyber-pandemic. (emphasis added)

I don’t view CV-19 as having been a “small disturbance” because of how economies and people’s lives and livelihoods have been decimated. Schwab is trying to make a point that this coming crisis will simply make CV-19 appear as though it was nothing much by comparison.

The above video is relatively short – only about 15 minutes and it is very interesting. These world leaders are telling us how concerned they are that a cyber attack could take out critically important infrastructure that would affect banking institutions, electric power grids and much more. Obviously, if this were to happen, a lot would go wrong in society in a very short amount of time, wouldn’t it?

In another video on IceAgeFarmer, a discussion of how the “beast” system may well be coming to the fore is available. You can watch the video here called Architechting the Beast System: AI Control of Food Supply

In fact, there are a number of videos on IceFarmer that discuss what seems to be happening throughout the world with supply chain shortages starting with farmers. I won’t go into it except to say that my wife and I have noticed large empty spaces in grocery stores these days and I’m not simply talking about paper towels and toilet paper. I’m talking about canned goods and meat. I’m seeing empty shelves that used to contain canned vegetables and fruit. This is not limited to one particular grocery chain or store. It seems to be across the board. IceAgeFarmer offers one possible explanation that deserves consideration.

The just over 30 minute Architechting the Beast System video is enthralling in many ways because if it is true, the push for 5G, blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) is explained clearly. The system that ostensibly is being built will need all these these things in place.

Most of us are aware of 5G as being the next version of cellular transmission. It requires completely different cell towers and an upgrade of software that controls our phones. 5G is lightning fast compared to the current 4G and is already up and running in parts of the world, including some places in the USA. Here is a good, simple explanation of it: 5G Explained…

Most of us also know that AI stands for Artificial Intelligence and it is becoming a huge thing throughout the world. It will alter the way the world does business.

What about Blockchain? You may have heard the word and like me, may not know a great deal about it, but I’m learning. Like most technology, there is a good side and a bad side; things that can benefit us and things that can harm us by being used for purposes that take advantage of us, our safety and our privacy.

In this article, I’ll use the remainder of space to at least get some of the basics of Blockchain out there. You’ve no doubt heard of Bitcoin? If so, you know that Bitcoin is a type of digital currency, meaning it is not physical but it is valuable and can be used to buy things on or via the Internet. When a person buys Bitcoin, they are buying a piece of an entire digital “coin” based on the value of their country’s currency.

Because Bitcoin is digital, there has to be a system in place that keeps track of all the digital “coins” associated with Bitcoin – their value, who owns what, how it is spent, etc. That’s where Blockchain comes in.

Think of Blockchain as everyone involved having the same spreadsheet on their computer and everyone can see and work on that spreadsheet at the same time, unlike when you send a MS doc to a colleague for their comments or changes. You cannot do anything with that doc until they are done with it and send it back to you. Only one person can work on that doc at a time. Not so with Blockchain. It allows everyone involved to see the same “spreadsheet,” make adjustments, additions, deletions in real time and everyone’s spreadsheet is automatically updated and synced throughout all connected computers, each computer representing a “node” or “block” and connected together, they represent a “chain” hence a block of chains or simply Blockchain.

One of the major benefits of Blockchain is that it has no transaction fee to use it, though it does have infrastructure costs. This is good news for people who are denied service by banks and companies like PayPal. They deny service simply because they don’t approve of what that company might stand for or what they are selling.

Several online gun-related companies or auction services have been denied service by banks (or PayPal’s) because they don’t like what the fact that people can buy guns “online.” What is ridiculous about this is that if a person buys a gun online, that does NOT mean that the gun is sent TO that person illegally. It means the gun they purchased is sent only to a licensed firearms dealer in their area. The purchaser then must go to that dealer, pay the transfer fee (which varies), and if there is a waiting period in their state, they must wait until they can take that weapon home. It’s all very legit and legally follows existing laws.

But because banks/PayPal refuse their service to these companies, they’ve had to find other ways to fund their businesses. One of the ways to do that is through the use of Bitcoin because Bitcoin literally bypasses established “gatekeeper” financial institutions. People can buy what they need on the ‘Net without having to include financial institutions OR the transaction fees charged. This is certainly a huge plus for companies and individuals who are pushed out of the mainstream.

Blockchains are “distributed ledgers” that store digital data. Each participant gets a copy of the existing data and the opportunity to confirm new data. [1]

Unlike banks, who hold the centralized ledger, with Blockchain, the ledger used is not centralized, but called distributed (or decentralized) ledgers, meaning that everyone involved has an exact copy of the same ledger.

We can immediately see how mistakes can be avoided because a change in a distributed ledger must be verified before any global change is made to all associated ledgers. Each connected computer searches any new info to verify the information before updating/syncing. A hacker would have an extremely difficult time hacking into this type of system as opposed to hacking into a centralized ledger or a bank.

Each new transaction gets bundled up with many other operations from the same time period into a “block,” with each new block being stored in a continuous chain—a blockchain![3]

Obviously, there has to be a way to keep track of cryptocurrency (i.e. Bitcoin), how much a person has (normally kept in a digital “wallet” on computer or smart phone), how it is spent and how it transfers from one person’s wallet to another. Blockchain does this.

So again, the good side to Blockchain and Bitcoin is that people pushed to the periphery by financial institutions have a very viable option. The social network GAB, for instance, would be forced to close because there would be no way they could pay server fees for their social network because they are only able to use Bitcoin and Blockchain. There would be no way that people like me could partner financially with them to become “Pro” with my account. The financial institutions can choke the life out of a business by refusing to service that business.

Gone are the days when we bought things largely with cash. Since credit cards, then debit cards have been introduced, society has made the switch from cash to digital money. It’s easier to use and keep track of.

It is interesting how things have developed. Growing up, my parents paid for everything with cash or check. Credit cards were not easily available. Debit Cards came into existence in 1966, but I don’t recall using one until I was in my late teens/early twenties (late 70’s). Now, people use them instead of cash and checks.

Blockchain is getting us to the point where credit and debit cards, as well as checks will be a complete thing of the past. I’m surprised checks are still used today. Cash is becoming outmoded (due to CV-19). Digital cash and ledgers are the wave of the future.

Any problems with this? I see a few. If everything goes digital, tracking all purchases would be extremely easy because it would have to be regulated. People will be able to find out what you purchase and how often (even though now there is great anonymity).

Currently, there is no regulation of Blockchain. That can be good or bad, depending on how one views it. Here is a fairly in-depth article on the Advantages and Disadvantages of Blockchain, which can be downloaded as a PDF.

Ultimately, what concerns me is will Blockchain be part of the coming “great reset” so that our movements and purchases are much more easily trackable? Will Blockchain or something like it be the concrete segue way to a cashless society in the near future? Will it be easier for those in power to control and/or shut off a person’s ability to buy things?

Because Blockchain has little to no regulation now, that doesn’t mean it won’t have in the future. If that happens, will that regulation become the newest form of the “financial institution” with a centralized ledger? Will certain people be able to exercise more power on Blockchain than others?

I can see in the future when we get to the point of where someone could easily say, “Everyone needs to have this ‘mark’ embedded that will be scannable so that you can use the digital buying system we are creating.” Without it, you won’t be able to use the digital purchasing system.

It’s very possible and if society gets to a point where cash is literally outlawed (ostensibly due to its ability to transfer germs and viruses to other people), the same would hold true with credit/debit cards because they are physical items that people need to touch to use. Blockchain or something similar could ultimately bypass all of this and move everything to a decentralized ledger system on the Internet where all transactions would be stored and everyone would be able to see everything.

Unless I’m completely misunderstanding it, I can see how Blockchain, while it is unregulated now, could become the thing that truly regulates nearly all aspects of our lives. We’ll see how quickly life changes after this next “crisis” that our friendly oligarchs warn us is coming.



[2] Ibid

[3] Ibid


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