Spooky! Gates Foundation, UN Among Groups Pushing Digital IDs, Currency as 'Essential for Participation...in Society'

Nick Kangadis | November 8, 2023
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Why is it that everything Bill Gates does in the last 10 years or so makes him seem more and more of a creep than a philanthropist? Could it be his possible connection to Epstein Island? Could it be him talking about depopulation of the planet as if it’s a good thing? Those are to be talked about, for sure. But now, as if what Gates tried to do during the COVID pandemic wasn’t enough, he’s trying to help create a new way of life that would give people like him more power over people.

In partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, UNICEF and other groups, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is pushing a new “50-in-5” campaign to get 50 countries to launch a digital only “public infrastructure” (DPI) in five years, all in a “safe, inclusive, and interoperable manner.”

The supposed goal of “50-in-5” is as follows, according to the program’s website:

Demonstrating the potential and momentum for DPI through showing various approaches to DPI, their progress, and outcomes in countries across different income levels and digital maturity statuses.

Shortening the DPI learning and adoption journey for countries through facilitating learnings and best practice-exchanges, use of open standards and specifications, adoption – and sharing of – technologies as digital public goods, and evolution of local engineering capacity and vendor ecosystems.

Related: Bill Gates Calls For Global ‘Environmental Surveillance’

What people don’t understand is that programs like DPI, cultivated through the “50-in-5” initiative, will give government’s unprecedented access and control over the average person’s everyday life, especially when you enter the data sharing aspect of the program.

Besides the goal listed above, the motive behind the program is to make the average person’s involvement in the practice “essential for participation in markets and society in a digital era.”

If that doesn’t scare the bejeezus out of you, or at least wake you up to the nefarious nature of people and groups that are “too big to fail,” I don’t know what will.


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