Another Piece in the Antichrist Identification/Control System is the Social Credit Score
This tracking and surveillance grid is not restricted only to China; it has become global, and is not only for individuals but also corporations.
Built with the assistance of U.S. based Google, the Chinese government rolled out its Social Credit System with a single system-wide social credit score for each citizen and business.
The system will manage the rewards, or punishments, of citizens on the basis of their economic and personal behavior. Some types of punishments include: flight ban, exclusion from private schools, slow internet connection, exclusion from high prestige work, exclusion from hotels, and registration on a public blacklist.
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Will social credit scoring come to America?
We have already accepted in America a credit scoring system that is used to determine if you’re eligible for a loan and at what cost. That same credit score is used to determine what you pay for health insurance and auto insurance. If your credit score is low, you are punished with higher interest rates on your loans and higher premiums for insurance. Hardly a system to help the poor or vulnerable.
It’s not just your financial transactions being recorded.
You are also being scored on your “risk” level to the government.
- What are you reading?
- What organizations do you belong to?
- Who did you vote for?
Surely these demographics will be included in whatever future digital identity card you’re required to carry. With the systems that are already in place, this social scoring system could be used to control all financial transactions globally.
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I suspect a social scoring system will be implemented in conjunction with the vaccine passports.
We already see a stratification of society between those vaccinated and not vaccinated. We are increasingly being required to show proof of vaccination in order to get a job, buy concert tickets, or enter a public space.
Another form of social credit scores in the corporate world are what investors use called ESG’s. These ESG scores influence how particular companies (and perhaps individuals) have access to finances and capital markets.
According to InvestOPedia, Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria are a set of standards for a company’s behavior used by socially conscious investors to screen potential investments. Environmental criteria consider how a company safeguards the environment, including corporate policies addressing climate change, for example. Social criteria examine how it manages relationships with employees, suppliers, customers, and the communities where it operates. Governance deals with a company’s leadership, executive pay, audits, internal controls, and shareholder rights.
MSCI Inc. is the world’s largest provider of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Indexes with over 1,500 equity and fixed income ESG Indexes designed to help institutional investors more effectively benchmark ESG investment performance and manage, measure and report on ESG mandates.
Great Reset’s ESG ‘Credit Scores’ could affect EVERY aspect of your life
At the 2020 Annual Meeting in Davos, 120 of the world’s largest companies supported efforts to develop a core set of common metrics and disclosures on non-financial factors for their investors and other stakeholders. This report presents the conclusions of their six-month open consultation process to define common metrics for sustainable value creation. The core and expanded set of “Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics” and disclosures can be used by companies to align their mainstream reporting on performance against environmental, social and governance (ESG) indicators and track their contributions towards the SDGs on a consistent basis.
During the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2022, the Forum announced that 70 companies have already included the Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics in their mainstream reporting materials, including annual reports and sustainability reports. Since January 2021, approximately 150 companies have shown their support for Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics. Firms which have adopted this approach include: Accenture, Bank of America, Eni, Fidelity International, HSBC Holdings, IBM, Mastercard, Nestlé, PayPal, Royal DSM, Salesforce, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Total, UBS, Unilever, Yara International and Zurich Insurance Group, among others.