The Quantum Financial System: No Longer “If?” Rather, “When?”

It has been 6 ½ years since the World Economic Forum (WEF) released an article titled, Welcome to 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy, and Life Has Never Been Better.  At the time, it really gained no attention other then from those circles deemed to be filled with conspiracy theorists.  However, since the article was written almost 7 years ago a lot has changed in the world and many people have opened their eyes to the true nature of the system we all find ourselves in.  Many in that group of newly awakened people have also come to the realization that something is very wrong and have been actively trying to figure out how to protect themselves.  Those with a deep financial understanding of the situation at hand have been turning to precious metals rapidly (and in increasing numbers) to protect themselves and their wealth during these times of uncertainty.  Especially, when the quote from the end of the article becomes more and more apparent as a direct plan of the WEF (note, this article was written from our perspective): “Once in a while I get annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. Nowhere I can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me.”  It is hard to believe they actually published this article.

Getting back to the future blueprinted by the WEF for 2030 – I want to paint a mental picture for you followed by direct quotes from the current meetings that were held in Davos to discuss the future direction of world finance.  This should allow you to see the dire straits we find ourselves in and why protecting you and your families wealth has never been more important.

We currently find ourselves in a transition from physical cash based currency to what is called a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) in order to more efficiently operate in the Quantum Financial System that is being created.  At first glance, that may sound wonderful – sending e-transfers that take 30 minutes or cross-border payments that take 5 days and accumulate ridiculous fees along the way could certainly be improved upon.  However, that is only a by-product of the actual goal.  What the true genius (and I use that term tongue in cheek) is behind their CBDC creation is that the money now becomes programmable.  With cash, you earn it, you hold it, and therefore you can spend it wherever and whenever you so choose.  However, once CBDCs are introduced and all money is digital, there will be certain rules and regulations applied to your money – meaning: YOU ARE NO LONGER IN CONTROL.  You think this could all just be fantasy?  Read what the director of the Bank of International Settlements had to say about CBDCs, “there is a huge difference between cash and CBDCs, for example, with cash, we do not know who is using a $100 bill today… the key difference with the CBDC is that the [issuing] central bank will have absolute control over the regulation that determines its use… and we will have the technology to enforce that.”  As you can see, this is a reality all the way up to the most powerful banks in the world.  Some other key issues that need to be addressed with the CBDCs are below:


They can be programmed to:

  1. Only allow your currency to be spent in certain locations and at certain times
    1. This will be compounded with carbon credits that render your currency useless if you have gone over a certain threshold for the week. Want steak?  Can’t.  You should have biked to work and saved carbon credits.
    2. In addition, you may only be able to spend your currency within a certain geographic location. With their war on climate change heating up (pun intended), there is a large possibility you will be punished for travelling too far outside your registered zone.
  2. Currency can be auto-taxed from your account without user consent due to issuers having FULL control over rules and regulations
  3. Currency can be programmed to only be good for purchasing certain items.
    1. Remember, essential items during COVID-19? There will be no more circumventing the system – you can only buy what they deem necessary.  Otherwise, your purchase will be declined at checkout.
  4. Wealth can be effortlessly seized as a punishment shown in Canada during the Trucker Protests.
    1. This can be compounded with being fined automatically for speaking against authority on any of their regulated social media platforms.

If you feel any of the above seem extreme, read some of the quotes that are coming out of Davos from various world leaders and CEOs:

Alibaba Group President, J. Michael Evans

“We are developing through technology, the ability for consumers to track their own carbon footprint… What does that mean?  It means, where they are travelling?  How are they travelling?  What are they eating?  What are they consuming on each platform?  It is not operational, but it is something we are working on.”

DNB ASA CEO, Kjerstin Braathen

“We need to accept that there will be some pain in the process… it will open up the possibility for energy shortages, for inflationary pressures, and maybe we need to start talking about that the pain is actually worth it because without it there is no economy.”

Oxfam International Executive Director, Gabriela Bucher

The rise in billionaires has been unprecedented during the pandemic because COVID has been one of the most profitable PRODUCTS ever… Our report is called profiting from pain… There was a new billionaire minted every 30 hours during the pandemic.”

Australian eSafety Commissioner, Julie Inman Grant

“I think we are going to have to think about a recalibration of a whole range of human rights that are playing out online from freedom of speech to the freedom of being free from online violence.”

Senator Pat Toomey

“Full disclosure, I have drafted legislation that would create a regulatory framework that I think makes sense for stable coins that are in fact asset backed.”

“The programmable feature [of money] I think is huge.  We can’t even begin to imagine the applications that will come about from the ability to build into money itself a verifiable process – I think that is going to be a big deal.”

To me it is crystal clear that CBDCs are coming and the best way to protect our financial sovereignty is to hold wealth in silver and gold.  This becomes amplified when you hear a Senator of the United States mentioning asset backed stable coins rather than those backed by an algorithm.  Also, you must then reconsider the “you will own nothing and be happy” article – it appears they plan to own all the assets that back these coins themselves, leaving the public to transact merely with the digital version.  The future of money is digital, but I feel most comfortable knowing my wealth is preserved within those assets backing it like silver and gold, and because of that I will always make the final decisions on where and how my money is spent.