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The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives’ (BAAC) labour union raised concerns about the government’s plans to borrow 172.3 billion baht (US$4.7 billion) from the bank to fund a digital wallet handout scheme. The union is questioning the legality of this plan and has sought guidance from the State Enterprise Policy Office, the Bank of … …

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This reeks of a con job to get people signed up for Digital IDs and ESG behavioral scoring as predecessors to implementing the final step to enslave the people, a Central Bank Digital Currency(CBDC). Once a CBDC is in place whoever is controlling it will be able to deny purchases not approved by the master, and confiscate all funds in bank accounts as Trudeau did in Canada during the Freedom Convoy..  Freedom will become a word that loses all meaning, and it is not only happening in Thailand but in most countries in the world, unless it is stopped. 

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On 4/14/2024 at 1:35 PM, Thaiger said:

This is not the first time the union has voiced its concerns. They previously opposed the bank’s decision to approve 50 billion baht (US$1.4 billion) to pay farmers who pledged their paddy under the financially challenged rice-pledging scheme in 2014

These guys know a scam when they see it. 

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