A Crucial Note To Everyone In IT

The central banks of the world are getting more and more serious about Central Bank Digital Currencies, CBDCs. And that means they are hiring.

Today I’m going to play the conscience of IT, and of engineering in general. That’s openly arrogant on my part, but I’m not seeing anyone else doing it, and it needs to be done. So be it.

Central Bank Digital Currencies are the most direct threat to human liberty – and to the human mind – that has ever come along. Consider, please, that they directly correspond to the “mark of the beast” in the Bible. Even if you think the Bible is foolishness, there’s no doubt that whoever wrote Revelation was a supremely imaginative and creative person… and this was the most powerful dystopian scenario they could imagine.

In practice, a CBDC gives an overlord (pick your favorite type) 100% control over not just your life and death, but everyone’s life and death. They wouldn’t need a law or even a policeman to kill you: you just couldn’t buy anything or sell anything. More than that, they could instantly – and with programmed responses rather than human choices – penalize or flatly cut-off any friend or neighbor who helped you out.

Please conjure an image of the politician you hate the most, from the party you hate the most. Now, understand that you’re handing them precisely this power by building a CBDC. The party in power changes all the time, doesn’t it?

Friends, we cannot do this. No paycheck is good enough.

I wrote a book that illustrates all of this, called The Breaking Dawn. If you’re in IT and unsure about what I’m saying, please get the book. And if you truly can’t afford to buy it, email me and I’ll have a copy sent to you. It’s that important.


Paul Rosenberg


6 thoughts on “A Crucial Note To Everyone In IT”

  1. I started reading it a week ago. Didn’t understand where it was going at first, but it hit me about 2 days ago. God help us Paul. Every person should read this.

  2. I agree! I am a software developer (a good one). I got invited to join Google, Facebook. I would never work for these companies and never work for the banker cabal!

  3. Few weeks ago my brother who is tech geek told me how he makes a decent money in crypto because others are spending there millions. I decided to get into cryptocurrency world. I thought that I start my journey by buying some cryptos worth $100 to see how it works. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to create account on any of the major crypto exchanges. They all wanted me to scan my id and do some wird stuff (known as KYC) in front of my smartphone camera. I checked crypto community what is KYC all about, to my shock most of the people there, accept and deal with KYC – it’s a new norm. Ofcourse there is way to buy bitcoin without KYC, you can do it on decentralised exchange but this is very expensive and time consuming option.

    My conclusion is that after 13 years of bitcoin experiment what we have is: most people use cryptos for gambling, ideals of Satoshi are gone, people of the system make billions in cryptos, centralised digital currencies are booming.

    1. No one should “try buying a few cryptos.” Those are simply distractions from the real game. The ideals of Satoshi are still very much in play, but not where people are gambling on coins with no serious purpose, on KYC exchanges.
      Bitcoin is about honest, censorship-resistant, and non-evil money. Bitcoiners accumulate because it’s the right thing to do. They hold and try to avoid selling, because they know they’re laying a foundation for a better and saner world. The fact that the exchange rate of Bitcoin rises is a pleasant side-effect, but it is a side-effect.
      Young people no longer believe that hard work can get them ahead, and for legitimate reasons. And so they go out looking for unicorns, like magic “cryptos.” My suggestion to them is to start patching together Lightning nodes, take whatever they can trade for in Bitcoin, and put their energies into a better world. They can do better than chasing unicorns, inside a system racing toward its end.

Comments are closed.