Digital QR Code Is Needed For Gas In This WEF Backed Country

Digital QR Code Is Needed For Gas In This WEF Backed Country

The country of Sri Lanka which has been backed by the World Economic Forum is now only allowing “essential drivers” to get gas.

In order to distinguish between nonessential and essential drivers, the military is now issuing digital QR codes to citizens who are allowed to purchase gas under the current fuel quota policies.

Currently, there’s a major fuel shortage in Sri Lanka, and on top of that on July 11th protesters stormed the President’s residence which caused then-President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to resign.

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Now the country has a new President  Ranil Wickremesinghe who has vowed to make Sri Lanka a much more environmentally friendly place to live.

Look at the turmoil here:

Army in fuel stations in Sri Lanka after the govt. decision to

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