The unelected head of the European Union, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, has called on leaders around the world to begin ushering in a global “digital ID” system for the public.
The EU chief made the call during an address before the “One Future” session of the G20 Summit in India on Sunday.
The powerful bureaucrat gloated about the digital infrastructure that the EU created for “vaccine passports.”
She continued to note that the same system created for vaccine passports is now being updated to support global digital identification.
While declaring the “future will be digital,” von der Leyen also called for globalist institutions to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) and the coming global digital ID.
“Today I want to focus on AI and digital infrastructure,” said von der Leyen, the former German Defense Minister.
“As it has been described, AI has risks but also offers tremendous opportunities.
“The crucial question is how to harness a rapidly changing technology,” she said.
The future is digital. I passed two messages to the G20:
→ We should establish a framework for safe, responsible AI, with a similar body as the IPCC for climate
→ Digital public infrastructures are an accelerator of growth. They must be trusted, interoperable & open to all
— Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) September 10, 2023
Von der Leyen also said the EU and its allies should develop a “global framework for AI risks.”
While pushing for AI regulation, the Eurocrat also pushed for the technology controlled by the unelected United Nations.
“In the EU, in 2020, we presented the first-ever law on artificial intelligence.
“We want to facilitate innovation while building trust.
“But we need more,” she insisted.
“What the world does now will shape our future.
“I believe that Europe — and its partners — should develop a new global framework for AI risks.”
“We would need a similar body to the IPCC for climate, and here we need additional outreach to the scientists entrepreneurs, and innovators,” von der Leyen said.
“They need to provide the knowledge on the risks posed by AI – as well as the potential benefits for humanity.”
The EU chief went on to argue for the adoption of “digital public infrastructures.”
She cited the tyrannical vaccine passport system the EU imposed during the Covid pandemic.
The system blocked anyone from traveling if couldn’t prove they had been vaccinated with Big Pharma injections.
“Many of you are familiar with the COVID-19 digital certificate,” she said.
“The EU developed it for itself.
“The model was so functional and so trusted that 51 countries on 4 continents adopted it for free,” she gloated.
“Today, the WHO uses it as a global standard to facilitate mobility in times of health threats.
“I want to thank Dr. Tedros again for the excellent cooperation,” she added, referring to the WHO’s unelected director-general.
Meanwhile, the EU is already in the process of implementing a “digital identity” app.
The smartphone app will contain a citizen’s passport, driver’s license, medical history, other personal information, and a wallet for coming central bank digital currency (CBDC).
In the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) vision of a digital future, those who don’t use such an app will be locked out of society.
“Digital IDs” and related apps are not limited to Europe, however, as advocates of such systems insist that everyone on Earth will be required to comply.
Such measures are already being pushed in the U.S..
Last month, Bill Gates unveiled a digital ID system he claims will serve as “an effective tool against poverty,” as Slay News reported.
In announcing the system, Gates declared that his goal is to ensure that every single person in the world can “prove their identity.”
The state of California is also now testing a soft rollout of “mobile” driving licenses (MDL) for its residents.
The driver’s details are stored in a digital smartphone app that uses face-scanning technology.
The DMV claims the app is “an easy, secure, and convenient companion identification to your physical card.”
Meanwhile, the WEF and the globalist organization’s allies have been pushing such technology for some time.