Get ready for a Chinese-style social credit system scoring when it comes to your personal spending habits and how they impact “climate change.”
A new credit card called Doconomy, has launched that is “working in tight collaboration with Mastercard” and an alliance with the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is now available so you can monitor your personal CO2 budget on every purchase you make.
The new CO2 monitoring Mastercard called Doconomy debuted in order to enable “all users to track, measure and understand their impact by presenting their carbon footprint on every purchase.” …
The Doconomy credit card website explains: “With fat, sugar and salt levels labeled on food we buy, why shouldn’t our CO2 emissions be just as visible?” asks the Doconomy website. …
This new CO2 monitoring credit card follows on the heels of the new study in the Journal Nature in August 2021 calling for “personal carbon allowances” that would monitor individuals’ CO2 emissions through smart meters and tracking apps.
So when you exceed your CO2 allowance, your spending is cut off? You know it’s coming.
Shame the world didn’t pay more attention to the sensible climate skeptics a decade ago, before this thing got so big. But you don’t hear from us anymore because we are now on a global blacklist, and propaganda drowns out real science. And yes, I mean real science — not the “science” bought and paid for by whoever funds it, which in this case is the western bureaucracies.