A former executive for Pfizer is trending this week, warning of the United Nations push for digital IDs, Central Bank Digital Currencies and the Agenda for Sustainable Development 2030 plan.
“When the UN, and Bill Gates, and Klaus Schwab tell you that they’ve got a 2030 plan with sustainable development goals, you should assume that they’re serious about it,” former Vice President at Pfizer Dr. Mike Yeadon said.
Mike Yeadon (ex Pfizer CEO) - when people tell you what they're going to do , believe them. Covid was just the beginning of a 10 year plan to ease us into agenda 2030. pic.twitter.com/414XGrI1ch— Jessica Rojas 🇺🇸💪 (@catsscareme2021) August 14, 2023
Former vice president at Pfizer, Dr. Mike Yeadon, explains why digital ID, CBDCs and UN Agenda 2030 must be stopped at all costs:— Wide Awake Media (@wideawake_media) August 23, 2023
"Their plans, as you can see from the [UN Agenda 2030] Sustainable Development Goals, is that you will have as little mobility as possible, you’ll be… pic.twitter.com/5Ri4eFFJo5
Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) poses a serious threat to all digital assets. As I said at Flyover FinTech, many people wrongly conflate even BTC with CBDC.— Warren Davidson 🇺🇸 (@WarrenDavidson) August 14, 2023
At least most agree that CBDC is evil - the financial equivalent of the Death Star.
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While the digital ID has not been connected to banking in the West. It has been rolled out across the globe.
Biometric Update reports that “Ethiopia is implementing a World Bank-supported MOSIP-based digital ID project which intends to have all eligible citizens enrolled by 2025.”
Payments Journal reports that “The mandatory use of digital ID for banking operations in Ethiopia marks a significant step forward in the country’s pursuit of financial inclusion. Through Fayda and MOSIP-based technology, Ethiopia is joining a global movement towards secure, efficient, and inclusive digital identification systems. This transition holds the promise of transforming Ethiopia’s financial sector and empowering its citizens to access a wide range of services and opportunities.”
Australia has shelved its plan to create a CBDC after a pilot program to create smarter payments “helped to advance understanding of a range of issues associated with CBDC and the future of money in Australia.”
MIT Technology Review reports that “more than 100 countries around the world are exploring possible CBDC designs.”
Assistant Secretary for Financial Institutions Graham Steele spoke on the Digitization of Financial Services at the Transform Payments USA 2023 Conference.
“Many jurisdictions around the globe are also exploring Central Bank Digital Currencies as an option for upgrading money and payments infrastructure,” Steele said. “ To be clear, the United States has not yet determined whether it will pursue a CBDC.”