In the meantime, allow me to share a snippet of the sort of Litmus Test agenda material that lands on my desk for proofreading and/or translation.
Long story short - the Ahrimanics still believe they will win the "long game" against Sorath.
Yeah, good luck with that!
Anyway, snippet below.
Bold and snark in brackets added.
In a presentation entitled "The Status and Development of Digital Central Bank Currencies (CBDC)", Prof. Dr. Krauty Von Krautface - Dean of Some Evil Citadel of Darkness in Germany - highlighted the many questions that will arise in 2022 regarding economic sustainability, one of which is the intensive research and possible introduction of digital central bank currencies.
The topic is vital and is a core project of many central banks today. A central bank digital currency is a currency controlled by a country's central bank
(You don't say?).
Several countries have already introduced it, and more than a hundred other countries are researching and developing the possibility of introducing digital currencies via central banks.
(Hey, everybody's doing it! Let's join the fun! These guys really think they're going to survive what they have helped unleash. On top of that, they honestly think they will be able to capitalize on it. How cute!)
Dr. Von Krautface stressed that this topic receives little publicity, even though introducing digital currencies will be crucial for the EU economy.
(Yeah, I wonder why it doesn't get much publicity. Must be because of Putin or something.)
He analysed the function of money, with particular reference to digital money, the medium of exchange, the accumulation instrument and the unit of account.
He also mentioned the possible "competitors" of the euro as a digital central bank currency.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I am going to wash my hands á la Mr. Jaggers and then repent my involvement in this bureaucratic malevolence.