Globalist Organizations Step Up Efforts To Make Digital IDs Mandatory For People To Participate In Society By 2030

Globalist Organizations Step Up Efforts To Make Digital IDs Mandatory For People To Participate In Society By 2030

[Mandatory still requires your consent; Don't give it.] | Ava Grace

The United Nations, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and partners of the Rockefeller Foundation are launching a campaign to accelerate digital ID, digital payments and data-sharing rollouts in 50 countries under the umbrella of digital public infrastructure (DPI).

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has announced plans to roll out digital IDs worldwide by the year 2030, and they will be mandatory for people who wish to participate in society.

The push for Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI), which includes digital IDs, vaccine passports and central bank digital currencies (CBDC), is being championed by the globalist World Economic Forum (WEF) and backed by Bill Gates along with the UN and the European Union (EU).

In Kenya, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is pushing further into the realm of digital identification through the country's controversial digital ID initiative called Maisha Namba.

The foundation is expected to liaise with integral tech moguls and specialists to ensure the success of the project even as it unveils support for similar initiatives worldwide. Designed as a unique identifier, the Maisha Namba will be allocated to every Kenyan citizen, effectively becoming their official digital ID, associated with a specially designed Maisha card.

Months of preparation and a budget of approximately $6.8 million had been set aside for the launch of this biometric-supported digital ID mechanism.

"Advocates are adamant that DPI is essential for participation in markets and society – just like we saw with vaccine passports – only on a much broader scope and, if successful, DPI will give governments and corporations the power to implement systems of social credit that can determine where and how you can travel, what you are allowed to consume, and how you will be able to transact with your programmable money," said Tim Hinchliffe, editor of The Sociable.
"Think individual carbon footprint trackers, Ultra Low Emission Zones (ULEZ) and CBDC programmed to restrict 'less desirable' purchases – all of which are being pushed by proponents of the Great Reset."

Globalists using children to push their agenda

DPIs are being sold as a mechanism for financial inclusion, convenience, improved healthcare and green progress. But it is an all-inclusive phrase applied to a looming technocratic governance system powered by three foundational components: digital ID, digital payments and massive data sharing.

The WEF published a series of articles in September essentially pushing for DPI enforcement.

According to the WEF, 2023 marks the halfway point for achieving the United Nations' sustainable development goals (SDGs). "This is an opportunity to 'assess and recalibrate' efforts to realize the rights of every child, everywhere," it noted.

But based on a new UNICEF report, two-thirds of child-related indicators are off-pace to meet their targets. Data shows that 600 million children and adolescents are not acquiring foundational reading and math skills and 11 million 10-year-olds lack foundational skills.

For the WEF, the digital public infrastructure is the solution to these problems as it has been identified as a "key transition required for accelerating SDG action and results for children by 2030."

Protecting the "rights or safety of children" has been a tactic used before by the unelected globalists, while promoting a technocratic system that will take away the rights of all individuals, including children. They are using that tactic again.


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