Digital ID, or digital identification, is a way to prove who you are using electronic means, such as through a smartphone or computer.
It is similar to having an ID card, but in a digital format, with all your personal information – such as meat consumption, fuel usage, vaccine status and voting habits – stored in a central database.
Akin to CBDC being more dangerous than current money, digital ID is more dangerous than current ID systems.
CBDC stands for Central Bank Digital Currency. It is a digital form of a country’s currency, issued and regulated by the central bank. CBDC is designed to be a digital equivalent of physical cash, allowing people to make transactions and store value electronically, but it is different from existing digital payment methods like credit cards or mobile wallets because it is issued and backed by the central bank and not the government, giving the central bank increased control over the monetary system.
Furthermore, CBDC is programmable.
The connection between digital ID and CBDC lies in their integration for digital transactions and mass surveillance.
Meanwhile, Robert Kennedy has been a vocal critic of Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute Of Allergy And Infectious Diseases.
In his book The Real Anthony Fauci, he shows why Fauci is guilty of a wide range of wrongdoing, including the following.
- Fauci suppressed the use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and ivermectin, two drugs that Robert believes are effective in treating COVID-19. Fauci promoted the use of remdesivir, a drug that that has been linked to increased mortality.
- The book argues that COVID-19 originated in a lab in Wuhan, China, and that Fauci knew but lied to the public about it. The book also claims that Fauci was involved in a cover-up of the origins of the virus.
- Fauci profited from the COVID-19 pandemic through his ties to pharmaceutical companies. He used his position to enrich himself and his family.
Catherine Austin Fitts and Robert Kennedy chatted to me about all of this.
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