The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals claim to advance “peaceful and inclusive societies” and “justice for all,” but a closer look reveals the goals are really about consolidating authority, exploiting threats to advance regime hegemony, and implementing a centrally controlled global system of digital identity system.
Story at a glance:
- The United Nations’ (U.N.) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are not about sustainability. They’re tools to facilitate the implementation of a one world government.
- The term the globalist alliance uses to describe its network is a “global public-private partnership,” or G3P. The G3P is composed of most of the world’s governments, intergovernmental organizations, global corporations, major philanthropic foundations, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and civil society groups. Collectively, they are the “stakeholders” that are implementing the SDGs.
- While No. 16 SDG (SDG16) claims to advance “peaceful and inclusive societies” and “justice for all,” this goal is really about consolidating authority, exploiting threats to advance regime hegemony, and implementing a centrally controlled global system of digital identity (digital ID).
- A digital identity is not merely a form of identification. Your “identity” is who you are, and your digital identity will keep a permanent record of your choices and behaviors, 24/7. Universal adoption of digital identity will enable the G3P global governance regime to establish a behavioral-based system of reward and punishment.
- The COVID-19 pandemic was used to redefine human rights and to get people used to the idea that the rights of individuals are conditional and can be ignored or suspended “for the greater good.” The U.N. Charter establishes a global governance regime that stands against freedom, justice and peace, and all of the U.N. SDGs need to be understood within this context.
At this point in time, it’s crucial to realize that the U.N. SDGs (see video below) are part of the plan to implement a one world government, where the entire world will be run by unelected bureaucrats beholden to technocratic ideals.
In a two-part Unlimited Hangout investigative series (Part 1 and Part 2), independent journalists Iain Davis and Whitney Webb expose how SDG16, which claims to advance “peaceful and inclusive societies” and “justice for all,” is really about consolidating authority, exploiting threats to advance regime hegemony, and forcing a “centrally controlled global system of digital identity (digital ID) upon humanity.”
“The G3P is toiling tirelessly to create the conditions necessary to justify the imposition of both global governance ‘with teeth’ and its prerequisite digital ID system. In doing so, the G3P is inverting the nature of our rights. It manufactures and exploits crises in order to claim legitimacy for its offered ‘solutions.’
“The G3P comprises virtually all of the world’s intergovernmental organizations, governments, global corporations, major philanthropic foundations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and civil society groups. Collectively, these form the ‘stakeholders’ implementing sustainable development, including SDG16.”
The following chart, sourced from IanDavis.com, illustrates how the G3P operates:
What SDG16 is really about
The central objective of SDG16 is to strengthen the U.N.-led regime, and of all the subgoals included in this SDG, the establishment of “a legal identity for all” (SDG16.9), is the most crucial, as other goals rely on the use of digital identity.
As noted by Davis and Webb:
“Universal adoption of SDG16.9 digital ID will enable the G3P global governance regime’s to establish a worldwide system of reward and punishment. If we accept the planned model of digital ID, it will ultimately enslave us in the name of sustainable development. …
“SDG16.9 ‘sustainable development’ means we must use digital ID. …
“Otherwise we will not be protected in law, service access will be denied, our right to transact in the modern economy will be removed, we will be barred from participating as ‘citizens’ and excluded from so-called ‘democracy.’”
Understanding digital identity
The World Economic Forum (WEF), founded by Schwab, has for years promoted the implementation of digital identity. The problem with calling it “digital ID” is that people misunderstand it to be something it’s not. There’s a huge difference between identity and identification.
Identification refers to documents that prove you are who you say you are. A digital identity is NOT merely a form of identification. Your “identity” is who you actually are, and a digital identity will keep a permanent record of your choices and behaviors, 24/7.