by Patricia Harrity | The Exposé
Those who control the data, control the future and the control of data might enable human elites to do something even more radical than build digital dictatorships,
Last week on the 10th of March, the government announced in a press release New legislation set to make digital identities more trustworthy and secure, which attempts to incentivise the use of digital identities through its perceived convenience, stating its use will “reduce the time, effort and expense that sharing physical documents can…”
Cited in the response Heather Wheeler MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Cabinet Office states that the government is delivering “a number of ambitious and interlinked policy initiatives to prepare the UK for the digital world,”
Although nations worldwide, have been preparing for this digital world for the last two years it has been under the guise of a deadly virus, so clearly, there is nothing “trustworthy” about this legislation at all.
To their detriment the global masses have shown they were willing to give up their civil liberties and freedom, they were willing to be locked down, masked up, and compliant with all disproportionate measures, rules, and restrictions imposed on them without question. Yet they were not told that this was never about a virus, and the vaccine passports were never about public health.
The main reason was in fact to prepare for the orchestrator’s master plan, the setting up a permanent digital infrastructure for a central digital identity, to track, manipulate and control the world’s population.
Data Minister Julia Lopez states in the press release that the new legislation “is committed to ensuring digital identities are not compulsory and people will still be able to use available paper documentation. What this will mean, however, it is not compulsory if you don’t mind not being able to go on holidays, buy shopping, attend events etc.
An early example of requiring a digital identity was reported in the Daily Express yesterday, in an article titled “Payment warning: Shoppers may have their credit and debit cards declined from Monday”.
According to the Express, “credit and debit cards may be declined from Monday 14 March. The new changes coming into force will see cards declined if someone can’t prove their identity.” and “Retailers will be making additional checks before people can purchase items or take money from their cards.”
“Without the identification check to prove the transaction is genuine, the card payment may be declined”
Central Banks Digital Currency
The Financial Times also reported that Central banks are realising Central Banks Digital Currencies will have to be intimately linked to identity to deal with illicit finance and bank disintermediation risk, due to the status report this week from Goldman Sachs’ econ research division, headed by Jan Hatzius, on central bank digital currencies.
The FT advises us to consider the wider picture. what CBDC research and experimentation appear to be showing is that it will be nigh on impossible to issue such currencies outside of a comprehensive national digital ID management system.
This means that CBDCs will likely be tied to personal accounts that include personal data, credit history, and other forms of relevant information.
If we cannot access our money without a digital ID, how is it then not compulsory?
The World Economic Forum
Of course, the plan is for each and every person on the planet to have digital IDs and the implementation of this has been planned and promoted by the World Economic Forum (WEF) for years as part of the United Nations’ 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. By now we know there is nothing trustworthy about legislation that has been backed by the WEF.