May 27, 2024

The U.S. House of Representatives Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government released a report revealing broad surveillance of private financial transactions of millions of Americans following the events of the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol “attack”. The U.S. government asked major banks to identify transactions related to firearms or sporting goods stores. This broad surveillance, conducted without lawful process, violated constitutional rights and targeted individuals based on their political and religious expressions.

Editor’s Note: The fact that such surveillance was conducted without legal process and targeted individuals based only on their political and religious expressions is a clear violation of constitutional rights and a serious breach of personal privacy. This situation highlights the reality that the government can overstep its bounds and trample on the human rights of private citizens. We cannot help but notice the parallelism between this and the Freedom Convoy protests in Canada. [Read Canadian experience shows glimpse of totalitarian future we can expect if citizens do not pushback.]

Both instances highlight the willingness of governments to suppress dissent and impose authoritarian measures under the mask of national security or public safety. The attempts to marginalize dissident voices, whether in the context of COVID mandates or protests against government policies, reveal a disturbing disregard for democratic principles and individual rights. This is the look of an unchecked government. [Now imagine if the world has switched to fully digital transactions, including CBDCs. Read IN NEW WORLD ORDER, CENTRAL BANKS WOULD GAIN UNPRECEDENTED POWER OVER YOUR SPENDING, Digital Society: Easy to Takedown and Control, Why a move towards a cashless society should concern us all, CBDC DIGITAL PRISON SLATED FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN 2024].

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