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“VOTE NO on SB-95” - PLEASE CALL on MONDAY, APRIL 10th; Hearing set for 4/11/23.
WE ALL NEED TAKE 10 mins to stop CA Senate Judicial Committee members from passing a bill that redefines MONEY and the control of it.
CA SB-95 URGENT CALL TO ACTION:
SENATE BILL No. 95 Commercial transactions.
Introduced by Senator Roth
January 18, 2023
What is this about? Why so URGENT?
For those that are living under a rock (or that have more interesting things to do than follow monetary policy) CBDC stands for Central Bank Digital Currency and it, along with gene therapy jabs, stands as the greatest threat to freedom on the planet. Digital currency is completely trackable and completely controllable. This means that the government and any corporation with the proper access will be able to know exactly how you spend every digital penny of your money. It also means that the government (or possibly global governments or global corporations) would have the ability to control what you spend your money on. Spend too much on gas they take some of your money for emitting too many greenhouse gases. Want to buy a gun… forget it.
If you think this sounds terrible you are not alone — nearly no one wants this. This is why it is now politically impossible to legislate CBDC into existence at the moment. Despite that, the control available to the many tyrants at the WEF, CCP, etc. is too tempting to resist so they are doing everything possible to leverage their control over crooks like Biden and the many ignorant elected officials in our government to make it a reality. So…. the question is, how are they doing it?
“The Fed just announced it will introduce its “FedNow” Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) in July. CBDCs grease the slippery slope to financial slavery and political tyranny.
While cash transactions are anonymous, a #CBDC will allow the government to surveil all our private financial affairs. The central bank will have the power to enforce dollar limits on our transactions restricting where you can send money, where you can spend it, and when money expires.
A CBDC tied to digital ID and social credit score will allow the government to freeze your assets or limit your spending to approved vendors if you fail to comply with arbitrary diktats, i.e. vaccine mandates.
The Fed will initially limit its CBDC to interbank transactions but we should not be blind to the obvious danger that this is the first step in banning and seizing bitcoin as the Treasury did with gold 90 years ago today in 1933.
Watch as governments, which never let a good crisis go to waste, use Covid-19 and the banking crisis to usher in a new wave of CBDCs as a safe haven from germ-laden paper currencies or as protection against bank runs.” —cnbc.com/2023/03/15/ -From Robert F Kennedy Jr.
Defeat SB-95 at all costs or we are doomed to a totalitarian existence!! 2 ACTIONS WE CAN TAKE ARE POSTED BELOW.
1. CALLS to make on MONDAY, APRIL 10th:
“VOTE NO on SB-95 in Senate Judical Committee, 4/11/23”
Judiciary Committee Members are listed here: please call after hours if you are not a constituent, or you can during biz hours stating that you are calling from within their District. Members to call on MONDAY, April 10th, 2023;
Senator Thomas J. Umberg (Chair) Santa Ana, CA 92701 Phone: (714) 558-3785
Senator Scott Wilk (Vice Chair), Lancaster, CA 93534 Phone:(661) 729-6232
Senator Benjamin Allen, Redondo Beach, CA 90278-3279 Phone: (310) 318-6994
Senator Angelique V. Ashby, Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 651-1529
Senator Anna M. Caballero, Salinas, CA 93901 Phone: (831) 769-8084
Senator María Elena Durazo, Los Angeles, CA 90026 Phone: (213) 483-9300
Senator John Laird, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 Phone: (831) 425-0401
Senator Dave Min, Irvine, CA, 92612 Phone: 949.223.5472
Senator Roger W. Niello, Roseville, CA 95661 Phone: (916) 772-0571
Senator Henry I. Stern, Calabasas, CA 91302 Phone: (818) 876-3352
Senator Scott D. Wiener, San Francisco, CA 94102 Phone: (415) 557-1300
Judicial Committee JURISDICTION: Bills amending the Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure, Evidence Code, Family Code, and Probate Code. Bills relating to courts, judges, and court personnel. Bills relating to liens, claims, and unclaimed property. Bills relating to privacy and consumer protection.
2. ALSO, PLEASE CALL IN ‘ON RECORD’ into the Judical Committee Hearing, on Tuesday April 11th @ 1:30PM.
CA citizens OPPOSING SB-95:
April 11, 2023 Bill Hearing | will begin at 1:30 pm on Tuesday, 4/11/23
Senate Judiciary Committee Details: 1020 O St. Building in Room 2100. Help Phone: (916) 651-4113
The public participation number for our hearing on April 11th (1:30pm) is:
CALL # : 877-226-8216
Access code: 6217161.
It says bills will be heard in file order and SB95 is currently listed as #14 in the Agenda so be attentive, and YOU MUST follow these call-in guidelines: /2023_updated_testifying_via_teleconference_for_instruction_link.pdf
Its going down all over US…. Here is what just happened in another state:
Last month Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD) vetoed a bill that would have classified a potential central bankdigital currency as money while excluding cryptocurrencies. Policymakers at the Federal Reserve have considered the adoption of a digital dollar over the last several years. Noem said in a veto letter to the South Dakota House of Representatives that the legislation “opens the door to the risk that the federal government could more easily adopt a CBDC, which then may become the only viable digital currency.”
“At this moment in time, such a government-backed electronic currency has not yet been created,” Noem told lawmakers. “More importantly, South Dakota should not open the door to a potential future overreach by the federal government.”
The bill would have defined money as a “medium of exchange that is currently authorized or adopted by a domestic or foreign government.” https://www.dailywire.com/news/south-dakota-governor-kristi-noem-vetoes-central-bank-digital-currency-bill
Click here for a map showing which states are proposing a CBDC Bill and which states have already passed a CBDC Bill.
Thank you for your time.