FedNow: A Gateway to the New Global Order?

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Founded by by David Rockefeller, the trilateral commission has been an arm of the globalist deep state since 1973. Last week, at their annual meeting a speaker, who cannot be identified according to commission rules said that we are now in a period of structural inflation that will last for decades.


They said that the free market is over and industry now sets policy. And they said “this year, 2023, is Year One of this new global order.”

Days later, the Federal Reserve announces a July launch for their new FedNow service, which was first announced in October 2021.

The too big to fail banks and all the large processors are already on board. And so is the U.S. Treasury.

The first week of April, the Federal Reserve begins the FedNow Pilot Program for early adopters to become certified participants to help the Fed confirm readiness for their July launch.

FedNow is an instant payment processing system that seeks to be the base of all digital transactions, acting as an umbrella company to manage all financial payments.

This has been shown to be the gateway to a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).

FedNow is much like the Reserve Bank of India’s instant payment system, the Unified Payments Interface (UPI).

UPI has had huge success in converting rural communities into a complete cashless society.

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), UPI democratized the payment system and paved the way for CBDC’s.

Central Bank instant payment processing is also how the Central Bank of Nigeria introduced it’s CBDC, eNaira, which has been, so far, violently rejected.

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