Mark of the Beast chips and total control technology are getting closer by the day. A prominent German economist says central banks plan to concretize central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) in the form of microchips implanted under the skin, a technology that would enable absolute government control over personal finances.
“I was taught by a central banker [that] the CBDCs look like a small grain of rice that they want to put under your skin,” said professor Richard Werner, who devised the now widely used (and according to Werner, abused) bank practice of quantitative easing, in a recent interview.
Central bank digital currencies, in contrast with other forms of digital currency used today, require that individuals open bank accounts directly with central banks such as the Federal Reserve, giving governments control over citizens’ access to money.
“You have to think of CDBCs as a control system [or a permit system], not a currency,” Werner explained, adding that the level of control would be such that our money would no longer be truly our own.
Werner, who shared that he has spent time at various central banks, believes such planned implanted CBDCs are a “violation of human dignity,” adding that central bankers realize this common opinion among the masses “is a hurdle.”
“They say there’s a problem of trust because people suspect that governments and central banks are just trying to roll this out in order to monitor and control and restrict transactions. They’re absolutely right,” said Werner, adding, “That is the true attraction for central planners to this powerful technology.”
According to Werner, in the “initial phase,” CBDCs will be introduced through phone-based apps, as other forms of digital currency are currently used.
“Why hasn’t it been rolled out yet? There’s no actual need for it. That need has to be created,” Werner said.
He further predicted that central banks will use a carrot-and-stick approach to persuade people to adopt CBDCs under the skin, starting with generating economic crises that will induce a demand for universal basic income (UBI).