The Biden White House released a statement on Wednesday, stating outright that the current regime was dedicated to declarations made by leaders at the G20 conference that would see an increased use of Covid-19 digital identification.
Under the 23rd section of the statement, the White House says that it acknowledges the importance of "shared technical standards and verification methods," and specifically states that it will seek to build on the "success" of existing standards and digital Covid-19 certificates.
"We acknowledge the importance of shared technical standards and verification methods, under the framework of the IHR (2005), to facilitate seamless international travel, interoperability, and recognizing digital solutions and non-digital solutions, including proof of vaccinations.
We support continued international dialogue and collaboration on the establishment of trusted global digital health networks as part of the efforts to strengthen prevention and response to future pandemics, that should capitalize and build on the success of the existing standards and digital COVID-19 certificates," it states.
Recently, the B20 summit called on the G20 to adopt a global framework to track the vaccination status of individuals via a digital framework.
Indonesian health minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin called upon the G20 to use standards set by the World Health Organization (WHO) to "improve global health architecture."
Indonesian President Joko Widodo called on countries to fund his Pandemic Fund, which they say will be used to create a vaccination framework, reports Tempo.
"I express my gratitude for (countries') contributions to the Pandemic Fund. And by saying in the name of God, I am launching the Pandemic Fund today," he said.
So far, $1.4 billion has been raised from 15 countries and three philanthropic institutions. Australia, France, and Saudi Arabia have all expressed their commitments to the fund.
"I thank donors from G20 and non-G20 member countries, as well as from philanthropic institutions which have contributed. However, the funds raised are still insufficient. I expect for even greater support for this Pandemic Fund," he said, as the funds currently raised are not enough to create the desired framework. One WHO study said that it would require $31 billion annually to create a framework that would "prevent future pandemics."
If you think government autocracy is a risk for you right now, wait until you see all it can do to you to shut you out of your life entirely once money becomes fully digital.
By the end of 2022, there will be 1 billion data collecting surveillance cameras in the world, all connected to the internet and artificial intelligence (AI). Cameras and audio recording devices in cell phones, automobiles and smart appliances also collect and share data.
All these data are then used to give each person an individual score, based on their behavior, expression and interaction with the world. Ultimately, your social credit score, will dictate what you can and cannot do, what you can buy and where you can go.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is an absolutely crucial component, without which the control system cannot work. The easiest way to push against this system is to starve AI of data by refusing to use technologies that collect and share your personal data.
The Federal Reserve is sowing the seeds for its central bank digital currency (CBDC). It may seem that the purpose of a CBDC is to facilitate transactions and enhance economic activity, but CBDCs are mainly about more government control over individuals. If a CBDC were implemented, the central bank would have access to all transactions in addition to being capable of freezing accounts.
It may seem dystopian—something that only totalitarian governments would do—but there have been recent cases of asset freezing in Canada and Brazil. Moreover, a CBDC would give the government the power to determine how much a person can spend, establish expiration dates for deposits, and even penalize people who saved money.
Cashless society threat is a nightmare we must wake up to WILL a cyber attack lead to us waking up to a cashless society powered by Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) and a digital ID?
This might sound like the plot of a dystopian science fiction movie – but it could be our reality and the climax of ‘the great reset’.
CBDCs are digital fiat currencies issued by central banks. In practice, the daily user experience would be very similar to using a debit card or paying contactless with a smartphone. Beep the merchant terminal to pay and off you go. But CBDCs have a sinister iteration that should make you want to resist them at all costs. First, CBDCs are a direct line from central bank to the people, with no requirement for any intermediary banks. CBDCs operate on a blockchain which is an immutable ledger, meaning the record of transactions can never be changed.
By using CBDCs, a record of everything you ever purchased will be kept forever. Everywhere you went, every prescription, everything you ate, wore, or watched will be on a public blockchain forever. Worse still, CBDCs are programmable money. This means CBDCs can come with stipulations, e.g. you can only spend money if you have met injection requirements.
They can be product restricted, so that they only allow you to purchase pre-approved items. And they can even come with expiry dates e.g. spend within two weeks or two years, or lose it. These are not speculations; these are part of the design, and stated inside the white papers for each of the CBDCs. As if that’s not bad enough, expect to pay negative interest rates (yes, really, they want you to pay the bank to keep your money there). So how exactly are these to be rolled out?
No one will accept CBDCs unless there is no other choice. Central banks will continue to debase their currencies until the cost of living increases so much that the public will beg the government for a solution. That solution will be a monetary reset, with the roll-out of CBDCs, heading towards a cashless society and worst of all, digital ID and social credit scores.