The global establishment is increasingly pushing the notion of what it calls a “cashless society” — a world in which all payments and transactions would be conducted electronically, creating a permanent record for governments to inspect and track at will. Multiple governments from Africa and Asia to Europe and the Americas are explicitly working toward that goal, and in recent months, even more have joined the effort. Powerful globalist forces and organizations including the United Nations are helping. However, analysts are warning that the implications of such a shift would be nightmarish for liberty and privacy.
Climate scientists and noted researchers from a variety of disciplines will receive awards and present the latest evidence at the Heartland Institute’s 9th International Conference on Climate Change.
Yale Center advises a return to using “global warming” to stir more fear for political uses, as public concern fades and data show no warming over past 17 years.