Russia is still quietly chugging towards the totalitarian soy state…
Russian health minister shills digital identity to keep track of “all the vaccinations of each individual person throughout his life”:
Russia ahead of the West on implementing Central Bank Digital Currencies [an important part of the digital identity / social credit system]:
Deputy chair of Russia’s central bank claims that all “self-respecting” countries will have a CBDC within 3 years:
Russia has laid the technological groundwork for a social credit system by creating digital profiles of people based on their social media presence:
Sber (Russia’s biggest bank) committed to the UN’s ESG agenda:
Kremlin and various Russian state apparatus still have scamdemic restrictions:
Vaccine mandates return for Moscow cops because state wants “100% immunity” among police force; they’re banned from vacation without proof of “vaccination”:
Hospitals stopped enforcing face masks, so the government mandated them:
Face masks may return in Russian malls:
I stole all of this info from t.me/edwardslavsquat. You should follow them if you have Telegram. Seems like a good channel for technocracy news in Russia.
edwardslavsquat is a great source to steal from. Thanks for sharing it, and I also benefit from your own observations and analysis. Your channel was one of the first I discovered on Telegram.
another good account to follow is @echo_chamberz on twitter 🙂 . glad u appreciate my tg page!
I am uncertain of a specific aspect regarding the social credit system. Let’s say this system does get implemented in a more “self-respecting” country, would said country have the means of acquiring data of individuals previous to the adaptation of the system? Without exception of however “private” the platform’s activities were supposed to be?
A fairly frightening thought of what this system entails nonetheless.
I would suspect that they already have access to as much data as they need to build up profiles on people. In fact I would say that such profiles already exist. Russia recently announced that it has created them, and Google has done the same thing
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