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Apr 21 2018

China’s Social Credit System

Progressives like Obama buddy Andy Stern often express admiration for how things are done in communist China. Given their proclivity for coercive social engineering, they will love China’s social credit system:

The ultimate goal is to hammer into citizens the idea that “keeping trust is glorious and breaking trust is disgraceful,” the Chinese government has said. Good scores get rewarded, and bad ones punished.

Penalties include being banned from taking trains, having your internet speed cut, and being publicly shamed.

The programme will be fully operational by 2020, but is being piloted for millions of people already.

Here’s how it will work when Fakebook teams up with the government to impose a similar system in the USSA:

On a tip from Anonymous.

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