UN Advances Plan to Link Digital ID to Bank Accounts

The unelected United Nations (UN) is advancing its plans to usher in digital IDs for the general public that will be linked to individuals’ bank accounts.

Despite the serious controversies arising from Big Tech/government collusion, plans are still moving forward for technology controlled by private companies and foreign bureaucrats to play a critical role in the everyday lives of people around the world.

In the UK, the concept seems to be taken as normal behavior as the government joins forces with Big Tech companies to test out the UN’s digital ID plans on the British public. 

Currently, Home Secretary James Cleverly (whose department is in charge of the police) is in Silicon Valley for meetings with Big Tech companies.

Cleverly is holding talks with representatives of Google, Meta, and Apple.

He will also be visiting New York City to meet with reps from X.

According to reports, the purpose of Cleverly’s U.S. trip is to “discuss how the UK government and tech players can work together to tackle a number of challenges facing democracies in the digital age.”

As global governments are pushing to get election narratives under control, the UK’s Under-Secretary of State for Tech and the Digital Economy Saqib Bhatti said:

“I’m confident we can come up with a mechanism to help mitigate the risk of misinformation in elections.

“I think everyone will have a role to play in that.”

The rush to normalize such behavior has to do with the UK’s general election later in 2024.

This does give credence to those who believe Big Tech’s de facto status in the world can be described as a semi-governmental player.

Various governments talk to and collaborate with Big Tech as they would with each other.

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What those governments are asking from Big Tech is to control messages and narratives via censorship and bans.

The way they present it is as something quite the opposite.

They claim these censorship efforts are actually meant to be “safeguarding” societies from things like “disinformation, “misinformation,” “hate speech,” “malign influence,” and “threats to democracy.”

However, there are plenty of reasons to describe policies like the UN’s Global Digital Impact as a malign influence on any society, specifically on any democracy.

But it’s not beyond the realm of probability that Cleverly could be discussing this scheme, too.

After all, the UK has been very active in working with the UN on this.

The corporate media’s “newspeak” definition of Global Digital Impact is; ensuring digital technologies “are used responsibly for the public’s benefit.”

But few things scream, “public benefit” less than what the initiative aims to achieve in reality.

In summary, the plan is essentially the introduction of mandatory digital IDs which are linked to user bank accounts.

For both liberty and free speech advocates, and repressively acting governments, the 2022 trucker protest in Canada was an excellent showcase of how legitimate dissent can be stifled by cutting people off from their money.

However, as experts are increasingly warning, a bank-linked digital ID system would make that process more efficient and “streamlined.”

READ MORE – Democrat Pushes WEF’s ‘Biometric Digital ID’ for American Public

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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