(Before It's News)
666 is here! Actually, the format for its implementation is being configured with all the political correct language to ensure its global acceptance is here.
“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.” (Mat 7:15 NKJV)
The ID2020 project is an organization dedicated to identifying one-fifth, or 1.5 billion, of the world’s population using innovative technology to provide those without an identity with a form of digital identity. According to ID2020 it is estimated one-fifth of the world’s population do not have any form of identity which is necessary to access basic services.
ID2020 had their inaugural, invitation only summit May 20, 2016 hosted by the United Nations. The key points discussed at the summit to provide everyone a digital ID included:
Article 6 of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights stipulates that “.” The Sustainable Development Goals (2015-2030) include target 16.9 which aims to “Critically, this must include the >20M refugees worldwide.
- Necessary to access basic services
Individuals are required to show identification to access healthcare and education, vote, and access other social assistance programs.
- Critical for accountability and governance
Governments without an accurate system of identification struggle to provide well-coordinated social services, simply because the number of beneficiaries is unknown and precise targeting is impossible. And without clear registries, the risk of leakages and corruption are high – in Nigeria, enrollment of civil servants saved approximately $74M by eliminating “ghost workers” on payroll.
- A gateway to economic opportunity
More than 2.5 billion adults do not have a bank account or use formal financial services, making it difficult to move out of poverty or weather a period of hardship. Connecting people with digitally-based financial tools and services requires accessible, secure and verifiable ID systems.
- Important for gender equality
Women with an official identity are empowered to play a greater role in household decisions and maintain financial independence. Furthermore, identification can be an important defense against child marriage, exploitation and trafficking.
- Key enabler of global development
In addition to the intrinsic benefit of identity, it is a necessary prerequisite for achieving many of the other SDGs. International goals will be difficult to reach or measure without a way to identify beneficiaries.
The summit was attended by major technological giants like Microsoft and Cisco Systems among many others. The goal is to have the technology available by 2020, then by 2030 “roll out to at least 1 billion at risk people.”
The invitation-only summit will identify the problems, approaches and requirements necessary to move this effort from idea to reality.
All the key points are valid, important, and necessary in our technological advanced society. Human trafficking fuels the porn industry and is the modern day slave trade and that is an evil that needs to be stopped. But underlying all of this is a nefarious plan leading up to not only identifying 1 billion at risk people, but all 7.4 billion on Earth (8.5 billion by 2030) in order to track them and their allegiance to the one world government and ultimately to the Antichrist.
The blueprint for the mark of the beast have been made under the guise of human rights.