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UN Digital ID To Enslave Us All

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Ever notice how a globalist plan never tells you the “how” about anything? It’s done intentionally because all globalist plans seek to use humans as some type of commodity – a “thing” to be bought, sold, or traded. Otherwise, what’s the purpose?

While everyone is distracted with the geopolitical Israel/Gaza war, the Ukraine/Russia war, and the next planned scam-demic, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), on November 8, 2023, “launched its new initiative promoting digital public infrastructure (DPI) in cooperation with countries claiming to ‘commit to sharing learnings, best practices and technologies’.” The supposed purpose of this “dubbed 50-in-5” program is to “ultimately reduce costs, build local capacity, maximize impact and help radically shorten the implementation journeys for DPI in 50 countries in the next five years.”

From NewsTarget.com:

DPI refers to a secure and interoperable network of components that include digital payments, ID and data exchange systems, which globalists have been asserting to be essential for participation in markets and society in a digital era. “DPI is needed for all countries to build resilient and innovative economies, and for the well-being of people,” the program’s website declared.

The initiative is also supported by GovStack, the Inter-American Development Bank and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) as well as Co-Develop, which was founded by ultra left-winger Rockefeller Foundation. It seeks to have the countries design, launch and scale at least one component of their DPI stack in a safe, inclusive and interoperable manner in the next five years. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Center for Digital Public Infrastructure, Digital Public Goods Alliance and United Nations Development Program were also involved with the program.

According to Melinda Gates, who represented the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation at the launch event, “Digital Public Infrastructure will help us accelerate progress across all the health and development goals.” She means the UN Sustainable Development Goals pertaining to health and development. “By 2028”, she added, “more than 500 million more people will have a digital identity that allows them to access employment and education opportunities more easily, as well as financial services, healthcare and government programs.”

How does a “digital ID” allow access to employment, educational opportunities, financial services, healthcare, and government programs? Have we not been able to do all of that without a digital ID? Isn’t that what the pesky Social Security Number (SSN) in the united States has been all about? What form doesn’t require one to put the “tracker” SSN on it when dealing with any of these items?

With this “digital ID”, it allows foreign governments, globalists, and whomever else to track everything about you and you, most of all.

Moldovan Deputy Prime Minister Dumitru Alaiba stated at the launch that his country was modeling its “government super app” after Ukraine’s, which will aim to “enable all life situations” with digital ID. Makes you wonder if one will be able to feed your chickens, gather eggs, engage in a relationship of any kind, or brush your teeth without some form of “digital ID”.

Estonia’s ambassador-at-large for digital affairs, Nele Leosk, said the aim for digitalization for his country has always been to “make a strong economy, to create a more open government and effective government, with the true inspiration being to build our democratic state.”

Notice, it is not explained how digital ID will accomplish any of this. Also, notice no pitfalls are ever mentioned.

What does digital ID have to do with a “strong economy” or any economy whatsoever? Does anyone actually think digital ID will “create a more open and effective government”? Does anyone really want a “democratic state” of mob rule instead of a republican form of government where the God-given rights of the people are to be protected from all encroachments?

Reading into this, one can see how digital ID will be used across the nations in some type of exchange or between local, State, and federal governments in an exchange of some type. Ethiopia’s National ID program executive director even admits such.

Yodahe A. Zemichael, Ethiopia’s National ID Program executive director, had this to say about digital ID. “In a country like ours, where there are federal and regional governments, each keeps data separately and has a mandate. You have to keep fences to be able to talk to each other across geographies and jurisdictions it’s very easy to learn from countries like Sri Lanka and Singapore. We don’t have to reinvent the wheel, especially when there is no need to reinvent it.”

So, according to Zemichael, it’s a bad thing to keep federal and regional government data separately with a mandate on that information. All tyrants seek to obtain as much information as possible about the people they seek to abuse.

Naturally the European Parliament and Council of Europe are “all in”.

Meanwhile, on the same day the 50-in-5 program launched, the European Parliament and Council of Europe agreed on a new framework for a region-wide European Digital Identity (eID) system. An official press release included: “The revised regulation constitutes a clear paradigm shift for digital identity in Europe aiming to ensure universal access for people and businesses to secure and trustworthy electronic identification and authentication.”

It further indicated that member states will offer citizens and businesses digital wallets that will be able to link their national digital identities with proof of other personal attributes. This would be how citizens could prove their identity and share electronic documents from their digital wallets via their mobile phones.

“With the approval of the European digital identity regulation, we are taking a fundamental step so that citizens can have a unique and secure European digital identity. This is a key advance for the European Union to be a global reference in the digital field, protecting our democratic rights and values,” Nadia Calvino, acting Spanish first vice-president and minister for economy and digitalization, stated.

“Access for people and businesses to secure and trustworthy electronic identification and authentication” is a recipe for disaster. In the age of “digital piracy”, identity theft, etc., large databases of personally identifiable information have been compromised at most, if not all, united States government databases. And, let’s not forget that the information is only as good as the one who inputs it. How many times have you had to correct information in some “database” housed by any entity because something was wrong? From address to name to birthdate to phone number, one could guess there are very few who have found all their information correct. From what is said, numerous “entities” will have access to that information. What could go wrong with “sharing electronic documents” with someone else from your mobile phone using some digital wallet?

One can be sure that law enforcement authorities will be able to access all of it – whether foreign or domestic.

Nadia Calvino, acting Spanish first vice-president and minister for economy and digitalization claims this “digital identify” will protect our democratic rights and values. She never explains that statement. It is to be taken as “fact” just because she said so.

It wasn’t that long ago when there was very little “digital” anything. Some of us can remember days without computers, mobile phones, GPS devices, and the like. The world operated just fine without it. In fact, one could say we were all better off without these technological chains that have been created for us. Think of what was accomplished by mankind because of the sheer gift of intelligence from God – no electronic technology required. Cars, washing machines, clothes dryers, stoves, ovens, refrigerators, heating and air appliances, televisions, lights, homes, and meters, etc. worked just fine without being “smart”.

Granted, technology has assisted mankind in many ways, which should be the purpose – to “assist” mankind. However, technology is being used to enslave mankind to the oligarchy controlling the technology, which provides that technology and ideas for use to nations’ governments. It creates a web where we the people are caught into it – at least our information is – to be bought, sold, or traded between those who control it. Moreover, one can be assured this information will be used against you in one way or another.

While the “talk” is promoting digital information for identification to be housed on mobile devices, the next step is to implant a “chip” housing this information into human beings to be scanned by whatever and whomever is continually monitored by the “chosen ones”. No one will be able to engage in any type of private activity, which is the ultimate goal. This is all hidden in the flowery language of economy, protecting rights and values, safety of information, and access to services.

Regardless of the flowery language, it is slavery with invisible chains disguised as some type of “freedom”.

Suzanne Hamner

Suzanne Hamner (pen name) is a registered nurse, grandmother of 4, and a political independent residing in the state of Georgia, who is trying to mobilize the Christian community in her area to stand up and speak out against tyrannical government, invasion by totalitarian political systems masquerading as religion and get back to the basics of education.
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