Globalist Digital ID Agenda Moving Forward

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The United Nations Global Digital Compact zero draft was just released and it is littered with extremely concerning language about connectivity and the implementation of Digital IDs.

The zero draft comes after a meeting that took place in Washington DC last month called the Global Digital Summit where large corporations and institutions like Verizon and the World Bank were present. Both groups (and others) “agreed” that governments must make digital IDs a component of what’s known as the social contract with citizens.

The ramifications of such a “social contract” would come by citizens accepting digital IDs (sold to them as being for their own benefit) and thus deferring to the authorities on nearly every aspect of their lives.

What is interesting is the way groups at this meeting are explaining the push, and also how they propose to make mass, worldwide adoption of digital IDs a reality.

The list of objectives alone in the Zero Draft are filled with points about diversity and inclusion and accessibility, but for those who do not understand the veracity of UN lingo, they’d happily agree to this proposal.

For those who understand their deceptive speak, however, there is grave cause for concern.

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It makes sense for large corporations like Verizon and the World Bank to support the Digital ID agenda when you see past their false humility and humanitarian talk about wanting to improve the world through connectivity, and you see that they actually want humanity’s identities and financial assets centralized by various digital ID schemes for the purposes of control. But in order to establish this level of control, they would first require everyone to have access to the internet.

So, what did Verizon and the World Bank have to say? You may be wondering…

Well, the World Bank Group President Ajay Banga stated:

“I think that if governments embrace digital, they would create transparency, clean governance, and citizen engagement.”

The World Bank is most notably spending immense sums of money in Africa in a bid to “give” access to electricity to hundreds of millions of people who don’t yet have it. Connectivity is being sold to the masses by institutions as a means of getting them “connected” but in truth its purpose is to expand digital ID adoption.

Expanding digital ID adoption, however, should come from the “top-down” according to Banga. How would this be done? By ensuring as many governments as possible were on side who would then, thanks to the “social contract” idea, impose it on citizens – rather than wait for citizens to, if ever, warm up to the scheme.

Verizon’s CEO Hans Vestberg agreed with Banga that the world needs more connectivity – for the sake of “digital transformation.”

Again, both figures stated that having digital IDs would speed up “socio-economic” development globally.

Just as in times past, there seems to be a level of experimentation that is required in order to have whole societies adopt the very concept of a digital ID. Unfortunately, undeveloped and developing countries are being targeted and used to take part in this globalist utopian idea that en mass connectivity and digital IDs are a good thing! People are being lied to by being promised that the adoption of such ideas will provide them with economic progress.

Digital ID’s = slavery of the masses.

In order to control a group of people, their economic participation must be controlled and that only comes through the monitoring of their transactions and if we take it a step further, their movements and associations as we so readily see in places like the communist haven of China.

It is very easy to then see, based upon this premise, how a one world system of governance will come into place as spoken of in the Bible.

If everyone is connected to the world-wide web, they will have no choice but to fall in line with the dictates of the governing authorities and to abide by their every whim so as to escape persecution.

This is the reality of our times – the end times.

We must “watch and pray” as Jesus prophesied about in Luke chapter 21 which details many of the events which we have and are witnessing which Jesus warns would happen suddenly: “Be careful, or your hearts will be weighed down with carousing, drunkenness and the anxieties of life, and that day will close on you suddenly like a trap” (Luke 21:34). He then says, “Be always on the watch, and pray that you may be able to escape all that is about to happen, and that you may be able to stand before the Son of Man” (Luke 21:36).

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