A Dutch political commentator hits out at EU banking CEOs for pushing personal ‘carbon wallets’ 

Last night on GB News, Dutch political commentator, Eva Vlaardingerbroek, laid into the banking giants’ CEOs in the EU who are now pushing personal electronic “carbon wallets” which would give banks access and control over what you eat, how you travel, and your lifestyle.

Their aim is to use the green agenda to digitally control access to your money [carbon credits] and any reluctance to follow their rules would see sanctions on your account. This system is similar to the social digital credit system in China. 

In the discussion with Mark Steyn, Eva said, “We should cancel these communists immediately and say get out of my private life”

Even the WEF [World Economic Forum] are allowing their platform to push the idea of a carbon footprint tracker. 

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