WEF Pushes ‘Surveillance System Plan’ to Track Everyone’s Carbon Footprint

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WEF Pushes 'Surveillance System Plan' to Track Everyone's Carbon Footprint

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has published new ideas to track everyone’s carbon emissions and carbon footprint with the help of advanced surveillance technology.

According to a WEF website post penned by the director of India’s Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs Smart Cities Mission, the new surveillance system, dubbed “My Carbon initiatives,” is all about the “inclusivity of citizens” in reducing carbon emissions.

Despite the aggressive push for such “personal allowance programs,” they have seldom succeeded. But as tracking and surveillance technology continues to advance, the “climate change” narrative is aiding the group in getting vast amounts of the population to accept the idea of being tracked and surveilled while having less freedom.

The WEF focuses on what they identify as roadblocks to their agenda, social and political resistance, a lack of awareness, and “fair mechanisms” to track individual emissions.

The post, which says the views are “those of the author alone and not the World Economic Forum,” sees “an improved” world in not just technology but also society while mentioning catastrophic pandemic restrictions in a positive tone – proof the population can be trained to show “individual social responsibility.”

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“A huge number of unimaginable restrictions for public health were adopted by billions of citizens across the world,” the WEF blog piece says.

The result is billions are also now more likely to accept restrictions in other areas of their lifestyle.

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The plan is to use surveillance technology to track the carbon emissions of every individual, as well as give “individual advisories on lower carbon and ethical choices for consumption of product and services.”

Moreover, the costs for “carbon-intensive” activities and goods should be increased – while offering economic incentives to reduce demand – in other words – a “low carbon emissions social credit system.”

The creation of new social norms is also recommended.

This would redefine what “a fair share” of personal emissions is and set “acceptable levels” of personal emissions.

Free Speech

But it’s not just how you travel, eat and heat your home – the WEF wants to control what you say.

Last month we reported the WEF’s plan to combat “disinformation and hate speech” by using “human and artificial intelligence” in the group’s so-called battle against “the dark world of online harm.”

Vice president of Trust and Safety at ActiveFence, Inbal Goldberger, published an op-ed on the global organization’s website outlining a solution to online abuse.

One solution would enable a combination of AI and “subject matter experts” to “detect nuanced, novel online abuses at scale before they reach mainstream platforms.”

Goldberger adds the AI approach to content moderation would allow human and AI teams to flag and remove items deemed high risk after transmitting millions of sources through training sets.

“Supplementing this smarter automated detection with human expertise to review edge cases and identify false positives and negatives and then feeding those findings back into training sets will allow us to create AI with human intelligence baked in,” Goldberger wrote.

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MaxMaxExtreme
MaxMaxExtreme
1 year ago

They would first need to ban all elections, and arrest all dissenters. It only works in China because they have no free speech or voting rights.

MaxMaxExtreme
MaxMaxExtreme
1 year ago

Plausible deniability ~ what they call blaming the AI for taking your rights and destroying your freedoms. AI is programmed and controlled by man, it’s not AI and there will never be true AI ~ we are the AI.

emmanuelozon
emmanuelozon
1 year ago

I expand my “carbon footprint” every winter by burning dirty, filthy, deep mined Kentucky coal to heat my home.

Why, you ask?

Because carbon is the element of life here on this planet we call earth. Without carbon there is NO life on earth, period!

Doug
Doug
1 year ago

Ha !
Klaus Schwab wants us to “hurry into the showers”…we’ve heard that one before.

Marilyn Crawford
1 year ago

It appears that the WEF wants into all of our b******s…while personal privacy gets trampled by their globalists. I always remember the names, Fauci, Gates, and Brix, because what they are birthing in this nation, is the destruction of freedom, hope and prosperity. And all while keeping an innocent look on their faces.

michael savell
michael savell
1 year ago

Well,there’s one sure thing.AI won’t be around for the benefit of the plebs and anyone who thinks differently needs their heads examining.What it will do however is to lessen the chances young people
have of getting on in life by being smart.Why bother to be quick thinking,you won’t beat AI.Look at what the bookmakers have done to horse racing.HUTBERS adage is correct—progress means deterioration.

LongTimeTexan
LongTimeTexan
1 year ago

Tesla said it best when they called it an Energy Storage System. That’s important.
They do not make electricity– they store electricity produced elsewhere, primarily by coal, uranium, natural gas-powered plants, diesel-fueled generators or minerals. So, to say an Electric Vehicle (EV)
is a zero-emission vehicle is not at all valid.
Also, since twenty percent of the electricity generated in the U.S. is from coal-firehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSm7bjGjEwMd plants, it follows that forty percent of the EVs on the road are coal-powered, do you see? If not, read on.
Einstein’s formula, E=MC2, tells us it takes the same amount of energy to move a five-thousand-pound gasoline-driven automobile a mile as it does an electric one. The only question again is what produces the power? To reiterate, it does not come from the battery; the battery is only the storage device, like a gas tank in a car.

There are two orders of batteries, rechargeable, and single-use. The most common single-use batteries are A, AA, AAA, C, D. 9V, and lantern types. Those dry-cell species use zinc, manganese, lithium, silver oxide, or zinc. Rechargeable batteries only differ in their internal materials, usually lithium-ion, nickel-metal oxide, and nickel-cadmium. The United States uses three billion of these two battery types a year, and most are not recycled; they end up in landfills. California is the only state which requires all batteries be recycled. If you throw your small, used batteries in the trash, here is what happens to them.
All batteries are self-discharging. That means even when not in use, they leak tiny amounts of energy. You have likely ruined a flashlight or two from an old, ruptured battery. When a battery runs down and can no longer power a toy or light, you think of it as dead; well, it is not. It continues to leak small amounts of electricity. As the chemicals inside it run out, pressure builds inside the battery’s metal casing, and eventually, it cracks. The metals left inside then ooze out. The ooze in your ruined flashlight is toxic, and so is the ooze that will inevitably leak from every battery in a landfill. All batteries eventually rupture; it just takes rechargeable batteries longer to end up in the landfill.
In addition to dry cell batteries, there are also wet cell ones used in automobiles, boats, and motorcycles. The good thing about those is, ninety percent of them are recycled. Unfortunately, we do not yet know how to recycle single-use ones properly.
But that is not half of it. For those of you excited about electric cars and a green revolution, I want you to take a closer look at batteries and also windmills and solar panels. These three technologies share what we call environmentally destructive embedded costs.
Everything manufactured has two costs associated with it, embedded costs and operating costs. I will explain embedded costs using a can of baked beans as my subject. In this scenario, baked beans are on sale, so you jump in your car and head for the grocery store. Sure enough, there they are on the shelf for $1.75 a can. As you head to the checkout, you begin to think about the embedded costs in the can of beans.
The first cost is the diesel fuel the farmer used to plow the field, till the ground, harvest the beans, and transport them to the food processor. Not only is his diesel fuel an embedded cost, so are the
costs to build the tractors, combines, and trucks. In addition, the farmer might use a nitrogen fertilizer made from natural gas.
Next is the energy costs of cooking the beans, heating the building, transporting the workers, and paying for the vast amounts of electricity used to run the plant. The steel can holding the beans is
also an embedded cost. Making the steel can requires mining taconite, shipping it by boat, extracting the iron, placing it in a coal-fired blast furnace, and adding carbon. Then it’s back on another truck to
take the beans to the grocery store. Finally, add in the cost of the gasoline for your car.
A typical EV battery weighs one thousand pounds, about the size of a travel trunk. It contains twenty-five pounds of lithium, sixty pounds of nickel, 44 pounds of manganese, 30 pounds cobalt, 200 pounds of copper, and 400 pounds of aluminum, steel, and plastic. Inside are over 6,000 individual lithium-ion cells.
It should concern you that all those toxic components come from mining. For instance, to manufacture each EV auto battery, you must process 25,000 pounds of brine for the lithium, 30,000 pounds of ore for the cobalt, 5,000 pounds of ore for the nickel, and 25,000 pounds of ore for copper. All told, you dig up 500,000 pounds of the earth’s crust for just one battery.”
Sixty-eight percent of the world’s cobalt, a significant part of a battery, comes from the Congo. Their mines have no pollution controls, and they employ children who die from handling this toxic material. Should we factor in these diseased kids as part of the cost of driving an electric car?” And the Chinese just bought most of these mines!
I’d like to leave you with these thoughts. California is building the largest battery in the world near San Francisco, and they intend to power it from solar panels and windmills. They claim this is the ultimate in being ‘green,’ but it is not! This construction project is creating an environmental disaster. Let me tell you why.
The main problem with solar arrays is the chemicals needed to process silicate into the silicon used in the panels. To make pure enough silicon requires processing it with hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, nitric acid, hydrogen fluoride, trichloroethane, and acetone. In addition, they also need gallium, arsenide, copper-indium-gallium-diselenide, and cadmium-telluride, which also are highly toxic. Silicone dust is a hazard to the workers, and the panels cannot be recycled.
Windmills are the ultimate in embedded costs and environmental destruction. Each weighs 1688 tons (the equivalent of 23 houses) and contains 1300 tons of concrete, 295 tons of steel, 48 tons of iron, 24 tons of fiberglass, and the hard to extract rare earths neodymium, praseodymium, and dysprosium. Each blade weighs 81,000 pounds and will last 15 to 20 years, at which time it must be replaced. We cannot recycle used blades. Sadly, both solar arrays and windmills K**l birds, bats, sea life, and migratory insects.
There may be a place for these technologies, but you must look beyond the myth of zero emissions. I predict EVs and windmills will be abandoned once the embedded environmental costs of making and replacing them become apparent. “Going Green” may sound like the Utopian ideal and are easily espoused, catchy buzzwords, but when you look at the hidden and embedded costs realistically with an open mind, you can see that Going Green is more destructive to the Earth’s environment than meets the eye, for sure. We have been lied to and hoodwinked all through two years of this so-called pandemic. A lot of people, like the supreme liar Fauci and others should be in jail.

Roy
Roy
Reply to  LongTimeTexan
1 year ago

I agree. I was about to say the exact same thing.

Arben Bajra
Arben Bajra
1 year ago

These people need to be overthrown or there is no way out. Look at what starts worldwide in November with the money

linguist1010
linguist1010
1 year ago

Schwab and the globalists are creepy. They are trying to drain the USA, and really, all countries of their sovereignty to seize control. This is a setup for the Antichrist.

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