The last goal of the global agendas, the United Nations Goals of 2030, is #17 Partnerships for the Goals. Partnerships enable the coordination of government, business, education, media, and entertainment to implement action on all other goals. In addition to the United Nations, these partnerships work through non-governmental agencies such as the World Economic Forum, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Bilderberg meetings.
Here we will set out to see how these global partnerships relate to local partnerships. And, we will consider why digital identities and censorship of early treatment for COVID-19 may be related. Why does Rhodes Scholar, Naomi Wolf, describe our current rush to a digital identity – to a COVID-19 investigative panel – as, “the last frontier of what they can colonize as a financial model?” and Catherine Austin Fitts describes events as “building our own prison.”
- #16.9 Digital Identity via Covid-19 – On Friday, 20 May 2016, ID2020 – a strategic, global initiative launched in response to the Sustainable Development Goal 16.9: “provide legal identity to all, including birth registration, by 2030”, in collaboration with the United Nations Office for Partnerships, hosted the “ID2020 Summit – Harnessing Digital Identity for the Global Community” at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The outcome of this summit was the ID2020 Digital Identity Alliance. Their manifesto item #1 states that “The ability to prove one’s identity is a fundamental and universal human right.” Founding partners in the alliance are Microsoft, Accenture, Gavi-The Vaccine Alliance, The Rockefeller Foundation, IDEO.org, with one of the general partners, Mastercard. Comment and share on the local impact here, The Digital Wallet in Nebraska.
- Smart City, broadband over wireless, and internet-of-things… coming soon. CHD vs FCC: a recent win in court. How will Lincoln respond?