Participate in a Survey & Sound the Alarm About the Globalists’ Planned Digital Currency

o you wish to participate in a survey initiated by the Bank of Canada?

There are about 20 questions, some requests for opinions and your background. It is said to be confidential, but your IP address may be a consideration for some.
The Bank of Canada wants to know what Canadians think about the possibility of a digital loonie.

Survey found through the link just below. Scroll to the page bottom and click on “NEXT”

We’re exploring the possibility of issuing a digital form of the Canadian dollar, also known as a central bank digital currency (CBDC).

In 2022 during the trucker rally in Ottawa, Trucastreau jr. gave us a glimpse of how centralized digital currencies could effect individuals. Numerous individuals involved with the trucker protest rally in Ottawa had their stored savings in private banks frozen by the central government. With a centralized digital currency, having your monies deliberately locked away from you would be much much easier to do. Also consider your privacy. With electronic money, or currency, every deposit and expenditure would be recorded. Do you want to have all of your financial transactions available for viewing? This is not an issue of “Well, I don’t have anything to hide”. Of course you don’t. Not having anything to hide is not and issue for most people. At issue is snooping, surveillance, centralized control that is out of your hands, and compliance to receive “an allowance”.

Besides the aforementioned and much more, an electronic, or digitized, currency is not necessary for the common person. The egregious abuses of currencies are already apparent and enacted through private usurious financial institutions, with illicit organized crime conducting the lesser.

Privacy versus high probability of being anonymously surveyed. Anonymity in spending versus transactions being recorded. Freedom to choose versus limitation. 

If you’ve paid attention to what our successive governments have done to our culture, and particularly for the last three years – government involvement in our day-to-day financial lives is something not to be trusted.