And how they’d do the same to comply with a social credit-style carbon rationing scheme.
An opinion piece published by the World Economic Forum lauds how “billions” of people complied with “restrictions” imposed as a result of lockdown, suggesting they would do the same under the guise of reducing carbon emissions.
The article is titled ‘My Carbon’: An approach for inclusive and sustainable cities’ and was written by Mridul Kaushik, Mission Director, Smart Cities Mission, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs of India.
The subject of the piece is how to convince people to adopt “personal carbon allowance programs” given that such schemes have so far been largely unsuccessful.
However, Kaushik notes that improvements in tracking and surveillance technology are helping to overcome “political resistance” against such programs.
Writing that “COVID-19 was the test of social responsibility,” Kaushik commends how, “A huge number of unimaginable restrictions for public health were adopted by billions of citizens across the world.”
“There were numerous examples globally of maintaining social distancing, wearing masks, mass vaccinations and acceptance of contact-tracing applications for public health, which demonstrated the core of individual social responsibility,” he adds.
WEF roadmap. They justify surveillance state, relay covid with blame on people and pseudo deductions like climate to produce political economical turmoil and take over https://t.co/FWO5RkQSh3 pic.twitter.com/nplwGIKh97 — Fomocap (@fomocapdao) September 15, 2022
In citing how so many people complied with lockdown mandates, despite overwhelming evidence of the harmful consequences such restrictions had on society, Kaushik implies that they’d behave in a similarly obsequious manner in other areas of life.
Such conformity would be encouraged via technology, including artificial intelligence, digitization and “smart home” devices, argues Kaushik.