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President Biden Signed the Death Warrant on American Freedom on March 9, 2022. A System of Absolute Enslavement is Coming Soon

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# President Biden Signed the Death Warrant on American Freedom on March 9, 2022

 

They Are Not Coming for your Guns, but for Your Money.

 

POLITICIANS NEVER ASKED IF YOU WANT IT

YOU PERMISSION IS NOT ASKED FOR

IT WILL BE SHOVED DOWN YOUR THROAT

 

You will be Completely Subject to the Power and Authority of a Corrupt and Incompetent Government

They Will Have Control Over Everything You Do

They Will Have Control Over Life and Death

BIDEN EXECUTIVE ORDER ON DIGITAL CURRENCY

EXECUTE ORDER #14067

(See at Bottom)
 

Thanks to Section 4 of Biden’s Order 14067 ordering urgent research into developing the digital dollar… The US dollar, the standard of the world since 1792… will be REPLACED by a new currency, the DIGITAL DOLLAR.

 Rickards: US Dollar Replaced with Trackable “Spyware” Version

The language in Section 4 makes Order 14067… …the most treacherous act by a sitting President in the history of our republic.

Because Section 4 sets the stage for… Legal government surveillance of all US citizens…

Total control over your bank accounts and purchases…

And the ability to silence all dissenting voices for good.

In this new war on freedom, the Dems aren’t coming for your guns. No, they’re thinking much bigger than that… They’re coming for your money. And it’s already started.

My name is Jim Rickards. I’m a former advisor to the Pentagon, the White House, Congress, the CIA, and the Department of Defense. I’m also an attorney, investment banker… …and author of 7 books on currencies and international economics.

When places like Fox, CNBC or Bloomberg want to know what’s about to shakeup the global economy, they call me. #jimrickards @jamesrickards #usdollar #useconomy #stockmarketcrash #inflation2022 #fed #economiccollapse

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CENTRAL BANK DIGITAL CURRENCY IS A NIGHTMARE

Freedom Dies with the Central Bank Digital Currency  Mar 26, 2022

A CBDC is a controlled and centralized cryptocurrency. Over 90 nations around the world are currently in development of a CBDC, and in this video the dark side of central bank digital currencies gets explained

Central Bank Digital Currencies Will Steal Your Freedom & How To Protect Yourself  Apr 29, 2020

MORE VIDEOS BELOW

The Impending Dark Horse of Central Bank Digital Currencies

Streamed live on Apr 26, 2022

The world sleeps amidst record money printing and whispers of a Great Reset. Central Bank Digital Currencies are a completely new form of money where each individual has an account that is tied to their medical, financial, educational, racial and criminal records. The justification for central bank digital currencies is said to fight crime, fight climate change, and allow for a more efficient management of society. Is this really true? Or is this actually a dark horse that allows authorities to obtain full compliance with the threat of cutting people off of money.
 

BIDEN BUCKS = CENTRAL BANK DIGITAL CURRENCY (CBDC)

This insane System is NOT CURRENCY

It is DIGITAL FASCISM

IT IS A SYSTEM OF TOTAL ENSLAVEMENT

It is Pretend Money.

It is not only Fake Fiat Money Created out of Thin Air-

IT IS THE COMPLETE AND ABSOLUTE SURRENDER OF CONTROL OVER ALL OF YOUR MONEY

The Government will ENFORCE ABSOLUTE CONTROL in the  Administration of Everyone’s Money

THEY WILL CONTROL ANY AND ALL ACCESS TO YOUR MONEY

It will NO LONGER BE “YOUR MONEY”

It will be “THE GOVERNMENTS MONEY”

You will be Subject to and Subservient to a Corrupt and Incompetent System of Digital Fascism

The Government can Do Anything They Want, at Any Time.

The Government can Restrict Your Access to Your Own Money.

THE GOVERNMENT CAN TAKE YOUR MONEY

BECAUSE THEY ALREADY HAVE IT

Biden Bucks is Not Money-

It is SPYWARE That will Track Every Purchase and Transaction Made

IT IS A SECRET ARMY OF GOVERNMENT SURVEILLANCE

Every Financial Transaction will be Tracked, Documented, Analyzed and Archived.

An Automated System Using Artificial Intelligence will Track and Evaluate Each Individual

This will leave a Permanent Record that can be used against you at any time in the future, or Instantly Respond and Administrate a Judgement Over Your Financial Status.

Bureaucrats can Intervene, Override and Enforce Control Over Your Assents as well at Any Time.

Biden Bucks is Not Currency-

It is a Digital Token that Can Be Reprogrammed at Any Time

This means it is SOCIAL CREDIT SCORE SYSTEM CAPABLE

This is the Ultimate Intention.

TO HAVE A COMPLETE SOCIAL CREDIT SCORE SYSTEM-

THAT IS JUDGE AND JURY

OVER ALL OF YOUR MONEY AND FINANCES

AN EVIL SYSTEM OF DIGITAL FASCISM

THAT HAS CONTROL OVER LIFE AND DEATH

@OratorBlog. 8-14-2022

 

Why China’s New Digital Currency Raises Privacy Concerns | WSJ  309,784 views  Mar 17, 2021

SO SORRY, YOUR MONEY HAS EXPIRED

The WSJ fails to mention, everything is Tied to Social Credit Score
 

Economist James G. Rickards:

Biden Bucks will usher in an era of Total Government Control and Surveillance.

Biden Bucks will Dramatically Expand the Power and Influence of the Federal Government… Essentially Acting as a New Type of “Spyware”.

 

The Government will be able to Force YOU to Comply with its Agenda.

 

Because if you don’t, they could TURN OFF YOUR MONEY.

Biden Bucks will be “Digital Tokens” Programmed at the Source they could be “Turned ON or OFF” At Will, With Just a keystroke.

 

And they could be Reprogrammed at ANY TIME.

 

With Biden’s secret surveillance army running the show, the anti-freedom implications are almost limitless.

See Full Article:

What Are Biden Bucks? Jim Rickards Latest Prediction

https://www.stocktrendalerts.com/what-are-biden-bucks-jim-rickards-latest-prediction/

Table of Contents:

 

What’s in Section 4 of Biden’s Executive Order 14067?

 

What are Biden Bucks?

 

What is the Gov’t planning to do with Biden Bucks?

 

What could happen with Biden Bucks?

 

How can you protect yourself from this Executive Order?

 

Thanks to Section 4 of Biden’s Order 14067 ordering urgent research into developing the digital dollar…I believe the US dollar, the standard of the world since 1792… will be REPLACED by a new currency, the digital dollar.

 

These new electronic currencies are called CBDCs – or “central bank digital currencies”.

 

(I call the digital dollar “Biden Bucks” because I want him to take full credit for what I consider to be crimes.)

 

This is not like the money in your online bank account…

 

No, this is new and different.

 

Every digital dollar will be a programmable token, like bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies.

 

But there’s a big difference…

 

Cryptocurrencies are decentralized digital currencies. Instead, if it plays out the way I see it…

 

Biden Bucks will have the full backing of the U.S. Federal Reserve.

 

They will REPLACE the cash (“fiat”) dollar we have now…

 

And will soon be the sole, MANDATORY currency of the United States.


THE DEATH WARRANT FOR AMERICA

This is not hyperbole.

 

This would dramatically expand the power and influence of the federal government… essentially acting as a new type of “spyware”.

 

With Biden Bucks, the government will be able to force you to comply with its agenda.

 

Because if you don’t, they could turn off your money.

 

This won’t be like freezing a bank account, it will be so much easier.

 

Because Biden Bucks will be “digital tokens” programmed at the source they could be “turned on or off” at will, with just a keystroke.

 

And they could be reprogrammed at any time.

 

With Biden’s secret surveillance army running the show, the anti-freedom implications are almost limitless…

 

For example, Biden Bucks could be programmed to allow only certain kinds of purchases…

 

Imagine what this new world could look like…

 

You want to keep your internal combustion engine car?

 

Your digital dollars suddenly won’t pay for gas.

 

Instead, you can be forced to buy an electric vehicle…

 

That’s just the tip of the fascist iceberg…

 

They can force you to get vaccinated…

 

They can force you into solar…

 

They can force you to use less water or heat…

 

They can force you to eat fake, plant-based meat…

 

They can control where you are allowed to travel…

 

They can stop you from purchasing certain items – like guns, ammo, or survival supplies.

 

They can control to which candidates you are allowed to donate.

 

And they’ll know every single place you ever spend money. Forever.

 

America would become a surveillance state like China or North Korea.

 

Every single aspect of your life could be controlled…

 

Because they’ll control your money.

 

In fact, I fully expect them to implement a “social credit rating” like in China.

 

Say the “wrong” thing on social media…

 

Buy the “wrong” thing…

 

Subscribe to the “wrong” news channel…

 

Give money to the “wrong” candidate…

 

And your rating drops…

 

Suddenly, your Biden Bucks are frozen or disappearing from your account…

 

This is already happening in China.

 

There, a low social score gets you officially labeled “untrustworthy”.

 

They can take away your ability to travel, restrict your internet access, deny your family the best schools or jobs… They may even take away your pets.

 

I’m not kidding.

 

All of this is going on today.

 

But that’s China… an oppressive, communist country.

 

Could this really happen in a democracy?

 

Just ask the truckers in Canada.

 

James G. Rickards Economist

Welcome to “Biden Bucks” the New Digital Dollar

https://breakthroughinvestors.com/rickards-biden-bucks/

 

Thanks to Biden’s Order 14067…

 

I predict the US will soon be a surveillance state like China.

 

On March 26, 2022, Fox News sounded the alarm:

 

“[Biden Order 14067] is a truly remarkable and deeply troubling development.”

 

“If a [digital dollar] were to be created, it would dramatically expand the power and influence of the federal government and Federal Reserve…

 

“… in ways most Americans won’t understand until it’s too late to roll it back.”

 

With “Biden Bucks” as our mandatory currency it would be so easy for the government to confiscate assets and freeze accounts at will.

 

In fact, Biden Bucks could allow one party to hold on to power… forever.

 

This is not far-fetched.

 

Friend, all of this is underway right now.

 

I believe we are at the dawn of the total surveillance state.

 

There’s no stopping it.

 

There’s no escaping it.

 

Unless you know how to legally “sidestep” Biden Bucks… And protect your savings and your freedoms.

 

And that’s what I’m going to show you right now.

 

The Full Video Is Completely Free To Watch.  Enter Your Email Below For Access.

How Fraction Reserve Currency Works is a Nightmare itself.

BUT CBDC WILL BE 10,000 TIMES WORSE

Central Banking Explained (SATAN’S MONETARY CONTROL) Part 1 of 26  5,543 views. Jan 9, 2011

Executive Order on Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets

 

MARCH 09, 2022 PRESIDENTIAL ACTIONS

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2022/03/09/executive-order-on-ensuring-responsible-development-of-digital-assets/

Sec. 4.  Policy and Actions Related to United States Central Bank Digital Currencies.  (a)  The policy of my Administration on a United States CBDC is as follows:
                          (i)    Sovereign money is at the core of a well-functioning financial system, macroeconomic stabilization policies, and economic growth.  My Administration places the highest urgency on research and development efforts into the potential design and deployment options of a United States CBDC.  These efforts should include assessments of possible benefits and risks for consumers, investors, and businesses; financial stability and systemic risk; payment systems; national security; the ability to exercise human rights; financial inclusion and equity; and the actions required to launch a United States CBDC if doing so is deemed to be in the national interest. 
                          (ii)   My Administration sees merit in showcasing United States leadership and participation in international fora related to CBDCs and in multi‑country conversations and pilot projects involving CBDCs.  Any future dollar payment system should be designed in a way that is consistent with United States priorities (as outlined in section 4(a)(i) of this order) and democratic values, including privacy protections, and that ensures the global financial system has appropriate transparency, connectivity, and platform and architecture interoperability or transferability, as appropriate.
                          (iii)  A United States CBDC may have the potential to support efficient and low-cost transactions, particularly for cross‑border funds transfers and payments, and to foster greater access to the financial system, with fewer of the risks posed by private sector-administered digital assets.  A United States CBDC that is interoperable with CBDCs issued by other monetary authorities could facilitate faster and lower-cost cross-border payments and potentially boost economic growth, support the continued centrality of the United States within the international financial system, and help to protect the unique role that the dollar plays in global finance.  There are also, however, potential risks and downsides to consider.  We should prioritize timely assessments of potential benefits and risks under various designs to ensure that the United States remains a leader in the international financial system.
             (b)  Within 180 days of the date of this order, the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the Director of National Intelligence, and the heads of other relevant agencies, shall submit to the President a report on the future of money and payment systems, including the conditions that drive broad adoption of digital assets; the extent to which technological innovation may influence these outcomes; and the implications for the United States financial system, the modernization of and changes to payment systems, economic growth, financial inclusion, and national security.  This report shall be coordinated through the interagency process described in section 3 of this order.  Based on the potential United States CBDC design options, this report shall include an analysis of:
                          (i)    the potential implications of a United States CBDC, based on the possible design choices, for national interests, including implications for economic growth and stability;
                          (ii)   the potential implications a United States CBDC might have on financial inclusion;
                          (iii)  the potential relationship between a CBDC and private sector-administered digital assets;
                          (iv)   the future of sovereign and privately produced money globally and implications for our financial system and democracy;
                          (v)    the extent to which foreign CBDCs could displace existing currencies and alter the payment system in ways that could undermine United States financial centrality;
                          (vi)   the potential implications for national security and financial crime, including an analysis of illicit financing risks, sanctions risks, other law enforcement and national security interests, and implications for human rights; and
                          (vii)  an assessment of the effects that the growth of foreign CBDCs may have on United States interests generally.
             (c)  The Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Chairman of the Federal Reserve) is encouraged to continue to research and report on the extent to which CBDCs could improve the efficiency and reduce the costs of existing and future payments systems, to continue to assess the optimal form of a United States CBDC, and to develop a strategic plan for Federal Reserve and broader United States Government action, as appropriate, that evaluates the necessary steps and requirements for the potential implementation and launch of a United States CBDC.  The Chairman of the Federal Reserve is also encouraged to evaluate the extent to which a United States CBDC, based on the potential design options, could enhance or impede the ability of monetary policy to function effectively as a critical macroeconomic stabilization tool.
             (d)  The Attorney General, in consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury and the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, shall:
                          (i)   within 180 days of the date of this order, provide to the President through the APNSA and APEP an assessment of whether legislative changes would be necessary to issue a United States CBDC, should it be deemed appropriate and in the national interest; and
                          (ii)  within 210 days of the date of this order, provide to the President through the APNSA and the APEP a corresponding legislative proposal, based on consideration of the report submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury under section 4(b) of this order and any materials developed by the Chairman of the Federal Reserve consistent with section 4(c) of this order.

 

Section 1.  Policy.  Advances in digital and distributed ledger technology for financial services have led to dramatic growth in markets for digital assets, with profound implications for the protection of consumers, investors, and businesses, including data privacy and security; financial stability and systemic risk; crime; national security; the ability to exercise human rights; financial inclusion and equity; and energy demand and climate change.  In November 2021, non‑state issued digital assets reached a combined market capitalization of $3 trillion, up from approximately $14 billion in early November 2016.  Monetary authorities globally are also exploring, and in some cases introducing, central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). 
While many activities involving digital assets are within the scope of existing domestic laws and regulations, an area where the United States has been a global leader, growing development and adoption of digital assets and related innovations, as well as inconsistent controls to defend against certain key risks, necessitate an evolution and alignment of the United States Government approach to digital assets.  The United States has an interest in responsible financial innovation, expanding access to safe and affordable financial services, and reducing the cost of domestic and cross-border funds transfers and payments, including through the continued modernization of public payment systems.  We must take strong steps to reduce the risks that digital assets could pose to consumers, investors, and business protections; financial stability and financial system integrity; combating and preventing crime and illicit finance; national security; the ability to exercise human rights; financial inclusion and equity; and climate change and pollution.

Sec. 2.  Objectives.  The principal policy objectives of the United States with respect to digital assets are as follows:
           (a)  We must protect consumers, investors, and businesses in the United States.  The unique and varied features of digital assets can pose significant financial risks to consumers, investors, and businesses if appropriate protections are not in place.  In the absence of sufficient oversight and standards, firms providing digital asset services may provide inadequate protections for sensitive financial data, custodial and other arrangements relating to customer assets and funds, or disclosures of risks associated with investment.  Cybersecurity and market failures at major digital asset exchanges and trading platforms have resulted in billions of dollars in losses.  The United States should ensure that safeguards are in place and promote the responsible development of digital assets to protect consumers, investors, and businesses; maintain privacy; and shield against arbitrary or unlawful surveillance, which can contribute to human rights abuses.
           (b)  We must protect United States and global financial stability and mitigate systemic risk.  Some digital asset trading platforms and service providers have grown rapidly in size and complexity and may not be subject to or in compliance with appropriate regulations or supervision.  Digital asset issuers, exchanges and trading platforms, and intermediaries whose activities may increase risks to financial stability, should, as appropriate, be subject to and in compliance with regulatory and supervisory standards that govern traditional market infrastructures and financial firms, in line with the general principle of “same business, same risks, same rules.”  The new and unique uses and functions that digital assets can facilitate may create additional economic and financial risks requiring an evolution to a regulatory approach that adequately addresses those risks.
           (c)  We must mitigate the illicit finance and national security risks posed by misuse of digital assets.  Digital assets may pose significant illicit finance risks, including money laundering, cybercrime and ransomware, narcotics and human trafficking, and terrorism and proliferation financing.  Digital assets may also be used as a tool to circumvent United States and foreign financial sanctions regimes and other tools and authorities.  Further, while the United States has been a leader in setting international standards for the regulation and supervision of digital assets for anti‑money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT), poor or nonexistent implementation of those standards in some jurisdictions abroad can present significant illicit financing risks for the United States and global financial systems.  Illicit actors, including the perpetrators of ransomware incidents and other cybercrime, often launder and cash out of their illicit proceeds using digital asset service providers in jurisdictions that have not yet effectively implemented the international standards set by the inter-governmental Financial Action Task Force (FATF).  The continued availability of service providers in jurisdictions where international AML/CFT standards are not effectively implemented enables financial activity without illicit finance controls.  Growth in decentralized financial ecosystems, peer-to-peer payment activity, and obscured blockchain ledgers without controls to mitigate illicit finance could also present additional market and national security risks in the future.  The United States must ensure appropriate controls and accountability for current and future digital assets systems to promote high standards for transparency, privacy, and security — including through regulatory, governance, and technological measures — that counter illicit activities and preserve or enhance the efficacy of our national security tools.  When digital assets are abused or used in illicit ways, or undermine national security, it is in the national interest to take actions to mitigate these illicit finance and national security risks through regulation, oversight, law enforcement action, or use of other United States Government authorities.
           (d)  We must reinforce United States leadership in the global financial system and in technological and economic competitiveness, including through the responsible development of payment innovations and digital assets.  The United States has an interest in ensuring that it remains at the forefront of responsible development and design of digital assets and the technology that underpins new forms of payments and capital flows in the international financial system, particularly in setting standards that promote:  democratic values; the rule of law; privacy; the protection of consumers, investors, and businesses; and interoperability with digital platforms, legacy architecture, and international payment systems.  The United States derives significant economic and national security benefits from the central role that the United States dollar and United States financial institutions and markets play in the global financial system.  Continued United States leadership in the global financial system will sustain United States financial power and promote United States economic interests.
           (e)  We must promote access to safe and affordable financial services.  Many Americans are underbanked and the costs of cross-border money transfers and payments are high.  The United States has a strong interest in promoting responsible innovation that expands equitable access to financial services, particularly for those Americans underserved by the traditional banking system, including by making investments and domestic and cross-border funds transfers and payments cheaper, faster, and safer, and by promoting greater and more cost-efficient access to financial products and services.  The United States also has an interest in ensuring that the benefits of financial innovation are enjoyed equitably by all Americans and that any disparate impacts of financial innovation are mitigated. 
           (f)  We must support technological advances that promote responsible development and use of digital assets.  The technological architecture of different digital assets has substantial implications for privacy, national security, the operational security and resilience of financial systems, climate change, the ability to exercise human rights, and other national goals.  The United States has an interest in ensuring that digital asset technologies and the digital payments ecosystem are developed, designed, and implemented in a responsible manner that includes privacy and security in their architecture, integrates features and controls that defend against illicit exploitation, and reduces negative climate impacts and environmental pollution, as may result from some cryptocurrency mining.

Sec. 3.  Coordination.  The Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (APNSA) and the Assistant to the President for Economic Policy (APEP) shall coordinate, through the interagency process described in National Security Memorandum 2 of February 4, 2021 (Renewing the National Security Council System), the executive branch actions necessary to implement this order.  The interagency process shall include, as appropriate:  the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of Defense, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of Labor, the Secretary of Energy, the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the Director of National Intelligence, the Director of the Domestic Policy Council, the Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, the Director of the National Science Foundation, and the Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development.  Representatives of other executive departments and agencies (agencies) and other senior officials may be invited to attend interagency meetings as appropriate, including, with due respect for their regulatory independence, representatives of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and other Federal regulatory agencies.

Sec. 4.  Policy and Actions Related to United States Central Bank Digital Currencies.  (a)  The policy of my Administration on a United States CBDC is as follows:
                          (i)    Sovereign money is at the core of a well-functioning financial system, macroeconomic stabilization policies, and economic growth.  My Administration places the highest urgency on research and development efforts into the potential design and deployment options of a United States CBDC.  These efforts should include assessments of possible benefits and risks for consumers, investors, and businesses; financial stability and systemic risk; payment systems; national security; the ability to exercise human rights; financial inclusion and equity; and the actions required to launch a United States CBDC if doing so is deemed to be in the national interest. 
                          (ii)   My Administration sees merit in showcasing United States leadership and participation in international fora related to CBDCs and in multi‑country conversations and pilot projects involving CBDCs.  Any future dollar payment system should be designed in a way that is consistent with United States priorities (as outlined in section 4(a)(i) of this order) and democratic values, including privacy protections, and that ensures the global financial system has appropriate transparency, connectivity, and platform and architecture interoperability or transferability, as appropriate.
                          (iii)  A United States CBDC may have the potential to support efficient and low-cost transactions, particularly for cross‑border funds transfers and payments, and to foster greater access to the financial system, with fewer of the risks posed by private sector-administered digital assets.  A United States CBDC that is interoperable with CBDCs issued by other monetary authorities could facilitate faster and lower-cost cross-border payments and potentially boost economic growth, support the continued centrality of the United States within the international financial system, and help to protect the unique role that the dollar plays in global finance.  There are also, however, potential risks and downsides to consider.  We should prioritize timely assessments of potential benefits and risks under various designs to ensure that the United States remains a leader in the international financial system.
             (b)  Within 180 days of the date of this order, the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the Director of National Intelligence, and the heads of other relevant agencies, shall submit to the President a report on the future of money and payment systems, including the conditions that drive broad adoption of digital assets; the extent to which technological innovation may influence these outcomes; and the implications for the United States financial system, the modernization of and changes to payment systems, economic growth, financial inclusion, and national security.  This report shall be coordinated through the interagency process described in section 3 of this order.  Based on the potential United States CBDC design options, this report shall include an analysis of:
                          (i)    the potential implications of a United States CBDC, based on the possible design choices, for national interests, including implications for economic growth and stability;
                          (ii)   the potential implications a United States CBDC might have on financial inclusion;
                          (iii)  the potential relationship between a CBDC and private sector-administered digital assets;
                          (iv)   the future of sovereign and privately produced money globally and implications for our financial system and democracy;
                          (v)    the extent to which foreign CBDCs could displace existing currencies and alter the payment system in ways that could undermine United States financial centrality;
                          (vi)   the potential implications for national security and financial crime, including an analysis of illicit financing risks, sanctions risks, other law enforcement and national security interests, and implications for human rights; and
                          (vii)  an assessment of the effects that the growth of foreign CBDCs may have on United States interests generally.
             (c)  The Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Chairman of the Federal Reserve) is encouraged to continue to research and report on the extent to which CBDCs could improve the efficiency and reduce the costs of existing and future payments systems, to continue to assess the optimal form of a United States CBDC, and to develop a strategic plan for Federal Reserve and broader United States Government action, as appropriate, that evaluates the necessary steps and requirements for the potential implementation and launch of a United States CBDC.  The Chairman of the Federal Reserve is also encouraged to evaluate the extent to which a United States CBDC, based on the potential design options, could enhance or impede the ability of monetary policy to function effectively as a critical macroeconomic stabilization tool.
             (d)  The Attorney General, in consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury and the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, shall:
                          (i)   within 180 days of the date of this order, provide to the President through the APNSA and APEP an assessment of whether legislative changes would be necessary to issue a United States CBDC, should it be deemed appropriate and in the national interest; and
                          (ii)  within 210 days of the date of this order, provide to the President through the APNSA and the APEP a corresponding legislative proposal, based on consideration of the report submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury under section 4(b) of this order and any materials developed by the Chairman of the Federal Reserve consistent with section 4(c) of this order.

Sec. 5.  Measures to Protect Consumers, Investors, and Businesses.  (a)  The increased use of digital assets and digital asset exchanges and trading platforms may increase the risks of crimes such as fraud and theft, other statutory and regulatory violations, privacy and data breaches, unfair and abusive acts or practices, and other cyber incidents faced by consumers, investors, and businesses.  The rise in use of digital assets, and differences across communities, may also present disparate financial risk to less informed market participants or exacerbate inequities.  It is critical to ensure that digital assets do not pose undue risks to consumers, investors, or businesses, and to put in place protections as a part of efforts to expand access to safe and affordable financial services. 
             (b)  Consistent with the goals stated in section 5(a) of this order:
                          (i)     Within 180 days of the date of this order, the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of Labor and the heads of other relevant agencies, including, as appropriate, the heads of independent regulatory agencies such as the FTC, the SEC, the CFTC, Federal banking agencies, and the CFPB, shall submit to the President a report, or section of the report required by section 4 of this order, on the implications of developments and adoption of digital assets and changes in financial market and payment system infrastructures for United States consumers, investors, businesses, and for equitable economic growth.  One section of the report shall address the conditions that would drive mass adoption of different types of digital assets and the risks and opportunities such growth might present to United States consumers, investors, and businesses, including a focus on how technological innovation may impact these efforts and with an eye toward those most vulnerable to disparate impacts.  The report shall also include policy recommendations, including potential regulatory and legislative actions, as appropriate, to protect United States consumers, investors, and businesses, and support expanding access to safe and affordable financial services.  The report shall be coordinated through the interagency process described in section 3 of this order.
                          (ii)    Within 180 days of the date of this order, the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy and the Chief Technology Officer of the United States, in consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, and the heads of other relevant agencies, shall submit to the President a technical evaluation of the technological infrastructure, capacity, and expertise that would be necessary at relevant agencies to facilitate and support the introduction of a CBDC system should one be proposed.  The evaluation should specifically address the technical risks of the various designs, including with respect to emerging and future technological developments, such as quantum computing.  The evaluation should also include any reflections or recommendations on how the inclusion of digital assets in Federal processes may affect the work of the United States Government and the provision of Government services, including risks and benefits to cybersecurity, customer experience, and social‑safety‑net programs.  The evaluation shall be coordinated through the interagency process described in section 3 of this order. 
                          (iii)   Within 180 days of the date of this order, the Attorney General, in consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury and the Secretary of Homeland Security, shall submit to the President a report on the role of law enforcement agencies in detecting, investigating, and prosecuting criminal activity related to digital assets.  The report shall include any recommendations on regulatory or legislative actions, as appropriate.

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      Sorry, you called him “president” when he is not. If you can’t get that right you don’t know NOTHING! :lol:

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