The Dutch and Canadian governments have already partnered with the insidious World Economic Forum (WEF) to roll out a digital ID required to do or buy anything (if you want to see how that turns out, look at Communist China). India is now fully on board with digital IDs too, apparently. Meanwhile Google is trying to get access to 31 million military human tissue samples so it can digitize them all. Because we can totally trust Big Tech and Big Government to have our best interests at heart.
The Indian government has warned its citizens that failure to link Permanent Account Numbers (PANs) to Aadhaar biometric identification numbers by April 1, 2023, will cause the PAN to become non-operational. The problem with government digital IDs is that if a person says or does something the government doesn’t like, the person is effectively unable to purchase necessities. That’s exactly what happened to the anti-regime protesters in China.
Meanwhile, Google continues its quest to get a hold of the Defense Department’s (DoD) massive collection of troops’ tissue samples. While it might be useful to digitize some tissue samples, I hardly think globalist, authoritarian Google is a trustworthy candidate. On the other hand, neither is the DoD…
“‘The chief concern,’ Google’s liaison in the military warned the leaders of the repository, ‘is keeping this out of the press.’”
Facebook is also making tech to read brains and Elon Musk is developing brain microchips.
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