CBDC’s aren’t working in Nigeria, which means they’ll be rolled out harder elsewhere. Coming soon to a theater near you. From Nick Giambruno at internationalman.com:
The eNaira is Africa’s first central bank digital currency (CBDC).
Central bankers, academics, politicians, and an assortment of elites from over 100 countries hoping to launch their own CBDCs have closely followed the eNaira.
They used Nigeria—Africa’s largest country by population and size of its economy—as a trial balloon to test their nefarious plans to eliminate cash in North America, Europe, and beyond.
Are you concerned about CBDCs?
Then you should be paying attention to what is happening in Nigeria.
That’s because there’s an excellent chance your government will reach for the same playbook when they decide to impose CBDCs in your area—which could be soon.
CBDCs enable all sorts of horrible, totalitarian things.
They allow governments to track and control every penny you earn, save, and spend. They are a powerful tool for politicians to confiscate and redistribute wealth as they see fit.
CBDCs will also enable devious social engineering by allowing governments to punish and reward people in ways they previously couldn’t.
CBDCs are, without a doubt, an instrument of enslavement. They represent a quantum leap backward in human freedom.
Unfortunately, they’re coming soon…
Governments will probably mandate CBDCs as the “solution” when the next real or contrived crisis hits—which is likely not far off.
Brandon signed the CBDC proposal about this time last year.
It signs the orders with its pen or else it gets the stairs again.