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UN Hints it will 'Redistribute' Your Money When it Gets Access to Your Bank Account via Digital ID


They're coming for your money.


The United Nations have revealed their plans for a universal Digital ID that will not only be linked to your bank account but also your sustainable city living and your 'responsible consumption'.


But even more worryingly, the document hints that the money that is in YOUR bank account will be 'redistributed' to those it decides are more in need of it than you. Digital IDs linked to bank accounts come under the title of 'No Poverty', already setting the tone for what follows.

The document then states:

"Digital IDs linked with Bank and Mobile Money accounts can improve the delivery of social protection and coverage and serve to better reach beneficiaries. Digital technologies may help to reduce leakage, errors and costs in the design of social protection programmes."

Giving YOU a Digital ID, linking it to YOUR bank account will, according to the UN, make it easier for them to use your money for 'social protection programmes'. That's YOUR MONEY given to other people. People that they decide are more worthy of it than you.


Your Digital ID will also be linked to your carbon budget. Under the heading 'Climate Action' The UN claim:

'Information and Communications technology can help to cut nearly 10 times more carbon dioxide than they emit. Digital technologies combined with eco design can help to reduce natural resources used in products by up to 90% lessening the impact of material extraction.'

According to experts, this is actually a description of a Carbon Credit Score. This will be the mechanism that allows authorities to steal your money. You will be allocated a carbon credit score which will be reduced over time, if you exceed the score (and you will just to live) you will be heavily 'taxed'.


This document shows up among a flurry of proposals and initiatives described by opponents as “chilling,” included in three policy briefs titled, “A Global Digital Compact, Reforms to the International Financial Architecture, and The Future of Outer Space Governance.”

The purpose of the briefs is to work out what’s known as UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ “vision for the future” – “Our Common Agenda” – that should be given the green light in September 2024 during an event dubbed, “The Summit for the Future.”

From the report:


Not unlike their unofficial counterparts over at the WEF, the UN also speaks about basically regulating global digital future, and uses phrases such as international cooperation and many stakeholders, who will advance principles, objectives and actions, in other words, rules – for – wait for it – “an open, free, secure and human-centered digital future.”


Critics, however, firmly believe, and continue to make their case, that the digital future as envisaged by these groups – official or informal – is going to be quite the opposite of open, free, or human-centric.


As far as the UN’s “vision” for a future global financial system, it is supposed to be harmonized with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and would be governed by something called “the apex body” that is yet to be set up.


The key actors here would be the UN chief, as well as the Group of 20, Economic and Social Council, and “heads of international financial institutions.”


Within this, the UN sees “visions” of “a Global Digital Compact” – sounds innocuous enough, but what it’s supposed to achieve is not. It’s having people, devices, entities, all tied up in a connected network be centrally administered. There is nothing in any of these documents for the individual. It is Communism with an AI face.


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