Where Are We Now? Humanity Is At Risk.
New: The ‘Unelected globalists’ and governments alike are pushing digital identity schemes through multiple entry points including climate, COVID, cybersecurity, and CBDC.
The deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) touts how Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) can be programmed to determine what people can own while highlighting the Communist China model of using the data for credit scoring.
Speaking at a high-level roundtable on CBDC in Washington, DC on Friday, IMF deputy managing director and former People’s Bank of China (PBoC) deputy governor Bo Li said that he believed CBDC programmability could improve financial inclusion.
The Ugandan Government wants to replace analogue IDs with smart digital ones that can identify people’s eyes and recognize their DNA.
A new biometric-based digital identity system dubbed NIS, currently being developed in South Africa, will go a long way in enhancing access to a variety of services for citizens and other foreign nations living the country, according to the Department of Home Affairs (DHA).
After the important 11-digit NIN has been obtained by an individual, a card comes next as an additional token. The National Electronic Identity Card (e-ID card) is a chip based card with multiple functions. As mentioned earlier, the card is a token given upon successful enrolment or registration into the National Identity System.
The globalists are working on a plan where you will accept a #CDBC with: Expiry Dates on Cash Payments, Tracked #UBI, Conditional Programmability, Purchases Denied, Quotas for Real Meat Zero / Negative Interest Rates on Savings, CCP Style Social Credit, Personal Carbon Tracking, etc. The parameters they set for digital currency will nudge your behaviour through social scoring, to control society and to control you.
Finally for today, The Great Reset “will happen with greater speed and with greater intensity than a lot of people might imagine.” – John Kerry Commits Biden Admin To WEF’s ‘Great Reset’