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Low "social credit rankings" in China prevent millions of "untrustworthy" citizens from traveling – how soon until the same tyranny is unleashed in the USA?

Published: December 28, 2018
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Source: S.D. Wells

Step inside China’s “social credit laboratory” and imagine your life and liberties being controlled and severely limited exactly this way if the Democrats and Globalists, who currently control all of social media, Google, YouTube, and Apple, take complete control of the U.S. Government in 2020. Communist-controlled China has already begun their massive experiment in monitoring and ranking their citizens by what they post on social media. Got some negative things to say about your government and how the system is run? If so, you will be banned from traveling, and that’s just the beginning (think of “hate speech” on social media here).

If you think this sounds too far-fetched and Orwellian to happen in America, think again. We already know every video, social media post, email, and phone call you make is illegally monitored and recorded by NSA and the U.S. Government. It’s only a matter of time before the corrupt FBI, CIA, Obama, the Clintons, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and George Soros run America the same way as China.

The future is not what it used to be – in China, your social credit score dictates your liberties

Glass buildings and neon signs envelop China’s futuristic city of Rongcheng. At the flying-saucer-looking city hall, citizens can visit with a government official to pick up their “social credit score.” In America, we have three credit scores to determine if you can obtain a loan for a car, home, or even just a credit card, but in China, your “social credit score” is calculated by rankings that monitor, gauge and judge your behavior at businesses, with neighbors, and online.

That’s right, Beijing’s Communist Party has already documented and rolled out a controversial “national social credit system” for its 1.3 billion citizens (officially announced back in 2014) that can deem any person or business “untrustworthy” and then publicly disclose those records, while further tightening and denying what little freedoms remain. China has already blacklisted millions of citizens from booking flights and high-speed train trips.

Got an attitude problem? You’re banned! Did you just post that you don’t like something the government implemented? Did you just make fun of the President or the Emperor’s clothing? No more traveling for you. You won’t just lose your rights either, you could be punished too, according to the new credit blacklist system, if you are determined to have created a pattern of distrust, as the Chinese police-state plan states. You won’t be able to travel anywhere at all, in some instances. Other disobedient citizens will be sent to re-education centers (think Holocaust camps here), along with the one million religious “offenders” already rounded up.

Eleven Million Chinese have already been blocked from booking flights, and over four million blocked from high-speed trains

The State Council has already barred over three million people in China from purchasing business class tickets due to their social credit rankings. What’s the end goal, you may be wondering? The State Council wants to bankrupt anyone who is discredited by the social credit system. As easily as you might be rewarded points for volunteer work or giving blood, you can lose merit quickly for traffic tickets, charging “under-the-table” fees at your business, smoking in non-smoking zones, posting “fake news” online, or even just buying too many video games.

The government won’t just ban your travel abilities either, they’ll slow your internet speed, ban your kids from decent schools, keep you from getting jobs, stop you from booking nice hotels, and even prevent you from owning pets. Still thinking about voting for Socialism in America anytime soon? You know Socialism is just Communism in sheep’s clothing, right?

If you’re not already aware, the evil Mark Zuckerberg has Facebook secretly tracking “trust ratings” for users out of China. Pretending to be regulating “fake news” (which is any news that uncovers Democrat corruption or that promotes independent, healthy living), Facebook has already unveiled their speech censorship scheme that penalizes users based on “trustworthiness,” depending on what you browse, “like” or share. So-called “malicious actors” can be anyone Facebook determines to be spreading news they don’t like, yet all the fake news releases spread by CNN, NYT and WAPO are never flagged, banned, or censored at all.

How does the social credit ratings system in Communist China work?

You start off with 1,000 points. Do something magnificent, like save someone from drowning or earn an award from the city and your score skyrockets 30 points. Get an award at work or donate to a charity and you get a whole 5 point boost. But there’s a catch. All boost points must be documented and backed by official facts with official documents all regulated through bureaucratic controls. Good luck with all that.

Scores are then graded from an A+++ on down to “D.” Get a speeding ticket or run a red light and down your score goes. Get caught drinking and driving and you can go from an A+++ to a C overnight. No more rental bikes or bank loans for you. Also, companies are rated, and those that pay taxes late or sell unsanitary products are punished (that’s just about every restaurant and vendor in China). The controlling arms of government run very deep, and it’s about to get a whole lot worse, in China and the USA.

Ever heard of a show called “Black Mirror?” It’s a British television series going on its 5th season that can be watched as a streaming download from Netflix. Dozens of stand-alone episodes feature suspense, satire, and techno-paranoid drama in the vein of “Twilight Zone.” Much like George Orwell’s 1984, certain episodes not only resemble what might become reality in the near future, but the embedded scene below reveals a shocking reality that’s taking place right now in China, and what’s soon to be another feature of P.S.A. – Police State America.

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