US quietly adopts social credit system via ESG standards, tracking purchase history.

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A social credit system has quietly been installed in the United States by banks and private businesses, based on “ESG” (environmental, social and governance) social justice standards.

Under this system, Americans are now being assigned ESG scores based on their purchase history, to gauge their impact on the environment and society.

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“Purchasing a gun, buying alcohol or other items, can affect your personal ESG score. Your sales history, your public records, including your credit reports—all of these are considered to gauge your impact on the environment and society.”

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