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Digital Identification Is Central To Total Control


The UN wants to change this. Everyone must be included in the legal system, but this also means that they themselves can be held liable if they violate international law and fail to obey the dictates from above. To remedy this, a digital legal identity is required. This also opens the door to a programmable digital currency, social credits and automated decision-making. The international law specifically refers to Agenda 2030. It should not be possible to escape fulfilling the sustainable development goals. This applies to nations, companies, and individuals.

As former UN Agenda 2030 coordinator David Nabarro stated in an interview with Swedish Radio 2016:

Agenda 2030 is not something you can choose to say yes or no to – it is mandatory, it is the key to the survival of humanity and the planet.[1]

As early as 2012, the UN held a High Level Summit on the Rule of Law, which stated in the resolution:

…our collective response to the challenges and opportunities arising from the many complex political, social and economic transformations before us must be guided by the rule of law, as it is the foundation of friendly and equitable relations between States and the basis on which just and fair societies are built.[2]

International law must be in tune with the great transformation (the post-2015 international development agenda).

To work, there must be a universal access to the Internet. Digitization is the key and forms a central part of the UN's partnership with the World Economic Forum. As expressed in the strategic framework 2019::

"Digital Cooperation – Meet the needs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution while seeking to advance global analysis, dialogue and standards for digital governance and digital inclusiveness."

A legal identity for all is closely linked to the development of a digital ID and is part of Agenda 2030 GOAL 16: Promote Peaceful and Inclusive Societies for Sustainable Development. This is the purpose of the public–private partnership ID2020 and in the long run means that everyone needs a digital ID and internet connection to access various forms of community service.[3] Behind this initiative are the Rockefeller Foundation, GAVI, Accenture and Microsoft, in collaboration with, among others, the United Nations International Computing Center (UNICC), Mastercard and Facebook. Their annual meetings have been held at the UN headquarters in New York since 2016. (I also describe this in the chapter "The Passport" in The Global Coup D'état).