Thirty years ago our government tried to foist an ID card on New Zealand citizens. The IMF and NZ politician Jenny Shipley were behind that attempt, but TV3 News did it’s job, and warned the public. The ID card was scrapped after public outrage – just as it had been in Australia.
So what’s happening nowadays? Besides the fact that the news media no longer serves the public?
Did you know there’s a global digital ID being planned for everyone?
So who is this group, the ID2020 Alliance?
“ID2020, a US-registered non-profit based in New York, NY, is the Secretariat for the ID2020 Alliance, a public-private partnership that is ‘maximizing the potential of digital ID to improve lives.'”
A high level meeting of ID2020 employees. Notice the interesting object hanging on the far wall of the United Nations Council chamber.
ID2020 is a diverse lot of stakeholders. Bill Gates is a founding member. UN agencies, NGOs, governments, and enterprises are all very invested in developing this. It’s being foisted on vulnerable people like the refugees and homeless first.
The stakeholders are a mix of UN agencies, Blockchain companies, financial services to the developing world, vaccine makers, biometrics companies, refugee agencies, and lawyers.
Some of the stakeholders give me pause – like the UN’s ICC (International Computing Centre), Microsoft and the Rockefeller Foundation.
Bearing in mind the Rockefeller Foundation are involved in this, I have included a link from an interview with Aaron Russo which I believe is relevant now.
Aaron Russo was friends with Nick Rockefeller who wanted to recruit him for the Council on Foreign Relations during the tenure of their friendship. There’s a warning in this 10 minute clip from Russo about the end goal, “to get us all chipped.”
The Bible warns in Revelation 13:16-17 of a future where everyone will be forced to take a mark in order to buy and sell.
We’re not there yet, but I believe this is a precursor to that mark.
ID2020 will be sold to the rest of us as a secure online ID because it uses blockchain, a technology that can’t be tampered because it’s stored in different locations. The blockchain can’t be tampered with, right?
We’re told this is a mix of private-public-partnerships. These are used by governments for building infrastructure. Joan Veon, a journalist who attended over 100 UN meetings concerning world government wrote about PPPs. She said, before passing away in 2010 “I have seen world government in action and it is here, now.”
Here are some of the entities involved.
Accenture: think artificial intelligence, blockchain, robotics, drones with computer vision and virtual reality.
GAVI is the Vaccine Alliance, focusing their vaccines right now on the third world.
IDEO.og – customer service for refugees.
ICC – Information Technology and Communications (ICT) services within the United Nations System.
iRespond – Digital identity for everyone on the planet.
KIVA – Financial Services
Simprints Simprints is a nonprofit biometrics company that is building an affordable, secure, rugged, open-source fingerprint system that works in the world’s toughest settings. They are working with Gavi.
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Nicholas is a graduate of Yale University and of Yale Law School.