#230 Are We Sleepwalking Into a Tech-Enabled Tyranny? (With Nick Corbishley)

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This week I spoke with Nick Corbishley, writer, journalist, teacher, and translator. He is author of Scanned: Why Vaccine Passports and Digital IDs Will Mean the End of Privacy and Personal Freedom; he also writes for the online blog “Naked Capitalism.” In this episode Nick enlightens us about the long-standing plans to introduce Digital IDs to every citizen in the world by 2030 (plans that pre-dated the pandemic). We discuss the push towards biometric control of populations, the power of the World Economic Forum, and the ties our global leaders have with this entity. Are we sleepwalking into a tech-enabled tyranny? Who is in control? What does this mean for the ordinary citizen?

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Naked Capitalism: https://www.nakedcapitalism.com/author/nick-corbishley

Nick’s Book “Scanned:" https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/scanned/

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