Americans are being terminated for ‘thought crimes’ for ‘voicing their opinions’: With ‘truth now treason in the empire of lies’, prepare for a full-scale communist-China style social credit system being imposed upon America

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With America looking more and more like Communist-China every day and for good reason, with the UN’s former ‘Climate Chief’ Christiana Figueres claiming “democracy is a poor political system for fighting global warming while Communist China is the best model”, we’ll be taking a look within this ANP story at another direction America is being herded that looks a lot like Communist-China; towards a draconian ‘social credit system’ that will run and guide almost every detail of our future lives.

(Article by Stefan Stanford republished from

As The Hill reported days ago in this story titled “Coming soon: America’s own social credit system”the new domestic “War on Terror,” kicked off by the riot on Jan. 6, has prompted several web giants to unveil predecessors to what effectively could become a soft social credit system by the end of this decade.

Warning within that story that a Communist-China-style social credit system in America is ‘coming here and sooner than you think’, imagine ‘the most profound changes our society has seen during the internet era’ being dead ahead, with China’s social credit system ‘a combination of government and business surveillance that gives citizens a “score” that can restrict the ability of individuals to take actions — such as purchasing plane tickets, acquiring property or taking loans — because of ‘behaviors’.”

As Dr. Mercola recently warned in this story from his website saved at titled “Mass Protests Can End Vaccine Passports”, such passports’or any other type of certification are part of a much larger plan to implement a global social credit system, which would rely on the interconnectivity of thousands of databases. That’s right, ‘vaccine passports’ would be heavily tied to the ‘social credit system’.

So with it looking more and more like some kind of a social credit system is coming to America in our near futures, curious as I always am, I decided to take a social credit quiz to see if I ‘COULD YOU SURVIVE THE SOCIAL CREDIT SCORE.’ And to report I failed horribly would be an understatement.

With the introduction to that quiz stating “Social Credit Scoring is a way for governments, banks and insurers to grade you by your actions both on and offline. Overspending or associating with the wrong people could lower your score and lead to financial and social restrictions. Starting with an average social credit rating of 475, find out if your actions would lead to rewards or punishment“, the following are the questions they asked, along with some of my answers, as well as their ‘explanations’ for why I had answered ‘correctly’ or ‘incorrectly’.

1) Have you ever criticized the government on social media? My answer: Yes. (As ANP readers know, I never hold back from speaking what I see to be ‘truth’ and will ALWAYS ‘speak truth to power’.)

Their explanation for why I answered ‘incorrectly’:

We may take the ability to speak our minds for granted, however, social scoring considers things as seemingly harmless as complaining about the governmentWould a social score penalty stop you from your online critiques? 30% of people chose the same answer.

And the fact that only 30% of people responded that they would criticize the government, even when government is corrupt, speaks volumes in this day and age of government-sponsored universal deceit!

2) Would you change your day to day behavior based on what would give you a better social credit score? My answer: No.

Their explanation for why I answered ‘incorrectly’:

The thought of someone monitoring your on and offline behavior is enough to make most people think twice before acting. Your choice to ignore this could lead to a lower social score. 34% of people chose the same answer. (ANP: So that means roughly 66% of respondents WOULD change their lives to get a better ‘social credit score’. Talk about completely controlled ‘sheep’.)

3) Have you ever shared an article online without checking that it’s factual? While I answered ‘No’, and the quiz responded that 75% of Americans chose the same answer, what ‘version’ of truth are they referring to? With most Americans NOT believing the msm while they continue to peddle their lies, lies still believed by 10’s of millions, the ‘version of truth’ offered by govt will always be looked at as ‘truth‘ by the globalists, even when those ‘truths‘ are lies.

4) How many hours a day do you spend streaming TV, films and playing video games?

5) Have you ever disobeyed traffic laws when driving?

6) Have you ever crossed the road without looking both ways? My answer: Yes. (Up here in the mountains, we NEVER look both ways before we cross the road!)

Their explanation for why I answered ‘incorrectly’.:

It may seem ridiculous but one of the incidents that has seen people receive social credit score penalties in China is failing to look both ways before crossing the street. You may want to think twice before you cross next time. 54% of people chose the same answer. 

7) Would you accept military service if it was requested of you?

8) Have you ever missed a payment on a bill?

9) Are you good at saving money?

10) Would you associate with people who were likely to lower your overall credit score? My answer: Yes.

Their explanation for why I answered ‘incorrectly’.:

Although it may seem rather harsh, cutting ties with people that could potentially lower your social credit score is common practice in the existing Chinese system. Your choice to stay in touch with these people could negatively affect your social rating. 25% of people chose the same answer.

With that answer also showing that 75% of those polled would cut ties with friends or even family so that they could positively affect their ‘credit scores’, would you, too, ditch friends and loved ones so that you could get more ‘free stuff’, better jobs or the best schools for your children?

After answering all of their questions as truthfully as I could, I got the following response.:

Unfortunately, your social credit score would be considered bad to terrible. Based on existing versions of the scheme, this means that you may have to deal with penalties including.:

Being publicly named and shamed as a ‘bad citizen’ 

Stopping you from securing the best available jobs 

The inability to apply for credit cards 

Your children being prevented from attending the best schools and further education 

Limited public transport and airline access 

Throttled internet speeds

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