IS UKRAINE THE BEDROCK OF THE WEF’S GREAT RESET ‘DIGITAL ID WALLET’ – BLUEPRINT FOR THE WEST?

IS UKRAINE THE BEDROCK OF THE WEF’S GREAT RESET ‘DIGITAL ID WALLET’ – BLUEPRINT FOR THE WEST?

#TheGreatReset: the same way Israel was chosen to conduct the largest experiment in gene therapy on its population without their consent, Ukraine was chosen to conduct the largest experiment in Universal Basic Income, Digital ID & Vaccine Passport without the people’s consent.

The same way Australia and New Zeeland were chosen to conduct endless imprisonment of their population (AKA lockdowns) without their consent, Ukraine was chosen to enforce a Universal Basic Income program run by #WEF alumni, that will only be given to vaccinated, obedient people.

Experimental gene therapy, Universal Basic Income, Digital ID/Vaccine Passport, and soon Social Credit System & CBDC are all being tested on a country level and then deployed rapidly around the world.

#TheGreatReset/#Agenda2030 methodological plan is to enslave humanity.

10 Signs the War in Ukraine is part of the Great Reset

A special correspondent

Welcome to the second phase of the Great Reset: war.

While the pandemic acclimatised the world to lockdowns, normalised the acceptance of experimental medications, precipitated the greatest transfer of wealth to corporations by decimating SMEs and adjusted the muscle memory of workforce operations in preparation for a cybernetic future, an additional vector was required to accelerate the economic collapse before nations can ‘Build Back Better.’

I present below several ways in which the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine is the next catalyst for the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda, facilitated by an interconnected web of global stakeholders and a diffuse network of public-private partnerships.

1. The war between Russia and Ukraine is already causing unprecedented disruption to global supply chains, exacerbating fuel shortages and inducing chronic levels of inflation.

As geopolitical tensions morph into a protracted conflict between NATO and the Sino-Russia axis, a second contraction may plunge the economy into stagflation.

In the years ahead, the combination of subpar growth and runaway inflation will force a global economic underclass into micro-work contracts and low-wage jobs in an emerging gig economy.

Another recession will compound global resource thirst, narrow the scope for self-sufficiency and significantly increase dependence on government subsidies.

With the immiseration of a significant portion of the world’s labour force looming on the horizon, this may well be a prelude to the introduction of a Universal Basic Income, leading to a highly stratified neo-feudal order.

Therefore, the World Economic Forum’s ominous prediction that we will ‘own nothing and be happy’ by 2030 seems to be unfolding with horrifying rapidity.

2. The war’s economic fallout will lead to a dramatic downsizing of the global workforce

The architects of the Great Reset have anticipated this trend for a number of years and will exploit this economic turbulence by propelling the role of disruptive technologies to meet global challenges and fundamentally alter traditional business patterns to keep pace with rapid changes in technology.

Like the pandemic, disaster preparedness in the age of conflict will rest significantly on the willingness to embrace specific technological innovations in the public and private spheres so that future generations can supply the labour demands of the Great Reset.

A recurring theme in Klaus Schwab’s Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is that groundbreaking technological and scientific innovations will no longer be relegated to the physical world around us but become extensions of ourselves.

He emphasises the primacy of emerging technologies in a next generation workforce and highlights the urgency to push ahead with plans to digitise several aspects of the global labour force through scalable technology based solutions.

Those spearheading the Great Reset seek to manage geopolitical risk by creating new markets which revolve around digital innovations, e-strategies, telepresence labour, Artificial Intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, the Internet of Things and the Internet of Bodies.

The breakneck speed in which AI technologies are being deployed suggest that the optimization of such technologies will initially bear on traditional industries and professions which offer a safety net for hundreds of millions of workers, such as farming, retail, catering, manufacturing and the courier industries.

However, automation in the form of robots, smart software and machine learning will not be limited to jobs which are routine, repetitive and predictable.

AI systems are on the verge of wholesale automation of various white collar jobs, particularly in areas which involve information processing and pattern recognition such as accounting, HR and middle management positions.

Although anticipating future employment trends is no easy task, it’s safe to say that the combined threat of pandemics and wars means the labour force is on the brink of an unprecedented reshuffle with technology reshaping logistics, potentially threatening hundreds of millions of blue and white collar jobs, resulting in the greatest and fastest displacement of jobs in history and foreshadowing a labour market shift which was previously inconceivable.

While it has long been anticipated that the increased use of technology in the private sector would result in massive job losses, pandemic lockdowns and the coming disruption caused by a war will speed up this process, and many companies will be left with no other option but to lay off staff and replace them with creative technological solutions merely for the survival of their businesses.

In other words, many of the jobs which will be lost in the years ahead were already moving towards redundancy and are unlikely to be recovered once the dust is settled.

3. The war has significantly reduced Europe’s reliance on the Russian energy sector and reinforced the centrality of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and ‘net zero‘ emissions which lies at the heart of the Great Reset.

Policymakers marching lockstep with the Great Reset have capitalised on the tough sanctions against Russia by accelerating the shift towards ‘green’ energy and reiterating the importance of decarbonisation as part of the ‘fight against climate change’.

However, it would be very short-sighted to assume that the Great Reset is ultimately geared towards the equitable distribution of ‘green’ hydrogen and carbon-neutral synthetic fuels replacing petrol & diesel.

While UN SDGs are crucial to post-pandemic recovery, more importantly, they are fundamental to the makeover of shareholder capitalism which is now being vaunted by the Davos elites as ‘stakeholder capitalism’.

In economic terms, this refers to a system where governments are no longer the final arbiters of state policies as unelected private corporations become the de facto trustees of society, taking on the direct responsibility to address the world’s social, economic and environmental challenges through macroeconomic cooperation and a multi-stakeholder model of global governance.

Under such an economic construct, asset holding conglomerates can redirect the flow of global capital by aligning investments with the UN’s SDGs and configuring them as Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) compliant so that new international markets can be built on the disaster and misery of potentially hundreds of millions of people reeling from the economic collapse caused by war.

Therefore, the war offers a huge impetus for the governments pushing the reset to actively pursue energy independence, shape markets towards ‘green and inclusive growth’ and eventually move populations towards a cap-and-trade system, otherwise known as a carbon credit economy.

This will centralise power in the hands of stakeholder capitalists under the benevolent guise of reinventing capitalism through fairer and greener means, using deceptive slogans like ‘Build Back Better’ without sacrificing the perpetual growth imperative of capitalism.

4. Food shortages created by the war will offer a major boon to the synthetic biology industry as the convergence of digital technologies with materials science and biology will radically transform the agricultural sector and encourage the adoption of plant-based and lab-grown alternatives on a global scale. 

Russia and Ukraine are both breadbaskets of the world and critical shortages in grains, fertilisers, vegetable oils and essential foodstuffs will catapult the importance of biotechnology to food security and sustainability and give birth to several imitation meat start-ups similar to ‘Impossible Foods’ which was co-funded by Bill Gates.

One can therefore expect more government regulation to usher a dramatic overhaul to industrial food production and cultivation, ultimately benefiting agribusiness and biotech investors, since food systems will be redesigned through emerging technologies to grow ‘sustainable’ proteins and CRISPR gene-edited patented crops.

5. Russia’s exclusion from SWIFT (The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) foreshadows an economic reset which will generate precisely the kind of blowback necessary for corralling large swathes of the global population into a technocratic control grid.

As several economists have opined, weaponizing SWIFT, CHIPS (The Clearing House Interbank Payments System) and the US Dollar against Russia will only spur geopolitical rivals like China to accelerate the process of de-dollarisation.

The main benefactor of economic sanctions against Russia appears to be China which can reshape the Eurasian market by encouraging member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) and BRICS to bypass the SWIFT ecosystem and settle cross-border international payments in the Digital Yuan.

While the demand for cryptocurrencies will see a massive spike, this is likely to encourage many governments to increasingly regulate the sector through public blockchains and enforce a multilateral ban on decentralised cryptocurrencies.

The shift to crypto could be the dress rehearsal to eventually expedite plans for programmable money overseen by a federal regulator, leading to the greater accretion of power in the hands of a powerful global technocracy and thus sealing our enslavement to financial institutions.

I believe this war will bring currencies to parity, therefore heralding a new Bretton Woods moment which promises to transform the operation of international banking and macroeconomic cooperation through the future adoption of central bank digital currencies.

6.  This war marks a major inflection point in the globalist aspiration for a new international rules-based order anchored in Eurasia.

As the ‘father of geopolitics’ Halford Mackinder opined over a century ago, the rise of every global hegemon in the past 500 years has been possible because of dominance over Eurasia. Similarly, their decline has been associated with losing control over that pivotal landmass.

This causal connection between geography and power has not gone unnoticed by the global network of stakeholders representing the WEF, many of whom have anticipated the transition to a multipolar era and return to great power competition amid America’s receding political and economic influence and a pressing need for what technocrats call smart globalisation.

While America tries desperately to cling to its superpower status, China’s economic ascent and Russia’s regional ambitions threaten to upend the strategic axial points of Eurasia (Western Europe and Asia Pacific).

The region in which America previously enjoyed uncontested hegemony is no longer impervious to cracks and we may be witnessing a changing of the guard which dramatically alters the calculus of global force projection.

Although China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has the potential to unify the world-island (Asia, Africa and Europe) and cause a tectonic shift in the locus of global power, the recent invasion of Ukraine will have far-reaching consequences for China-Europe rail freight.

The Ukrainian President Zelensky claimed that Ukraine could function as the BRI’s gateway to Europe. Therefore, we cannot ignore China’s huge stake in the recent tensions over Ukraine, nor can we ignore NATO’s underlying ambition to check China’s rise in the region by limiting the sale of Ukrainian assets to China and doing everything in its capacity to thwart The Modern Silk Road.

As sanctions push Russia towards consolidating bilateral ties with China and fully integrating with the BRI, a Pan-Eurasian trading bloc may be the realignment which forces a shared governance of the global commons and a reset to the age of US exceptionalism.

7. With speculation mounting over the war’s long term impact on bilateral trade flows between China and Europe, the Russia-Ukraine conflict will catapult Israel – a leading advocate of the Great Reset – to even greater international prominence. 

Israel is a highly attractive BRI market for China and the CCP is acutely aware of Israel’s importance as a strategic outpost connecting the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea through the Gulf of Suez.

Furthermore, the Chinese government has for many years acknowledged the primacy of Israel as a global technology hub and capitalised on Israel’s innovation capabilities to help meet its own strategic challenges.

Therefore, Naftali Bennet’s mediation between Moscow and Kiev is likely to factor the instrumental role of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in expanding both China and Israel’s regional and global strategic footprint.

Israel’s status as among the leading tech hubs of the future and gateway connecting Europe and the Middle East is inextricably tied to the web of physical infrastructures, such as roads, railways, ports and energy pipelines which China has been building over the past decade.

Already a powerhouse in auto-technologies, robotics and cybersecurity, Israel aspires to be the central nation in the millennial Kingdom and the country’s tech startups are predicted to play a key role in the fourth industrial revolution.

Strengthening its evolving relationship with China amid the Russia-Ukraine crisis could help propel Israel into a regional hegemon par excellence with a large share of centralised economic and technological power converging in Jerusalem.

As Israel embarks on efforts to diversify its export markets and investments away from the United States, it begs an important question.

Is Israel in the formative stages of outsourcing its security interests away from the US and hedging its bets on the Sino-Russia axis?

8. It is now common knowledge that Digital IDs are a central plank in the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda and are to be streamlined across industries, supply chains and markets as a way of advancing the UN 2030 SDGs and delivering individualised and integrated services in future smart cities.

Many have cottoned on to how such a platform can be used to usher in a global system of technocratic population control and compliance by incorporating humanity into a new corporate value chain where citizens are mined as data commodities for ESG investors and human capital bond markets and assigned a social and climate score based on how well they measure up against the UN SDGs.

This seamless verification of people and connected devices in smart environments can only take place once our biometrics, health records, finances, education transcripts, consumer habits, carbon footprint and the entire sum of human experiences is stored on an interoperable database to determine our conformity with the UN SDGs, thus forcing a monumental change to our social contract.

Vaccine passports were initially touted by public-private partnerships as an entry point for Digital IDs. Now that such a logic has run its course, how might the present geopolitical tensions contribute to scaling what is the key node in a new digital ecosystem?

Ukraine has traditionally been called Europe’s breadbasket and alongside Russia, both nations are major global suppliers of staple grains. Therefore, the war has all the makings of a black swan for commodities and inflation.

With an economy teetering on the brink of collapse due to a global supply crunch, I believe the resulting economic tremors will trigger wartime emergencies across the world and the public will be told to brace themselves for rationing.

Once this takes place, the multilateral adoption of Digital IDs which interface with Central Bank Digital Currencies can be touted as the solution to efficiently manage and distribute household rations under an unprecedented state of emergency and exception.

The Bank of England has already floated the prospect of programmable cash which can only be spent on essentials or goods which an employer or government deem sensible.

Once the issuer is granted control over how it is spent by the recipient, it will become nigh impossible to function adequately without a Digital ID, which will be required to receive food parcels and obtain a basic means of subsistence. Think UBI (Universal Basic Income).

If food inflation continues on an upward trajectory with no signs of abating, governments may institute price controls in the form of rationing and ration entries could be logged on blockchain ledgers on the Digital ID to track our carbon footprint and consumptive habits during a national emergency.

9. Europe is directly in the line of fire once a hybrid war between NATO and the Sino-Russia axis is underway.

It would be remiss to ignore the clear and present danger posed by a cyber attack on banks and critical infrastructure or even a tentative and tactical nuclear exchange with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).

I can’t see how any warring party will not be limited by the doctrine of mutually assured destruction so a thermonuclear fallout is unlikely.

However, the use of remote access technologies to erase system memory from the SWIFT banking apparatus or Cross-Border Interbank Payment System can potentially render much of the international economy non-operational and send the dollar into a tailspin.

If an event of such cataclysmic proportions was to occur, it will undoubtedly lead to increasing demands to overhaul cyber security.

The fallout from such an event could very well establish a new global security protocol according to which citizens must possess a Digital ID as a necessary national security measure.

One can imagine how accessing the internet or public services in the aftermath of a nationwide cyberattack may require citizens to use a Digital ID to authenticate that their online activities and transactions are from a legitimate and non-malicious source.

There are few coincidences in politics.

10. The economic implications of this war will be so disastrous that governments and the public sector will require a significant injection of private capital to address the financing shortfall. 

This will effectively render the traditional separation of powers between central banking institutions and governments obsolete, as the former will be positioned to disproportionately influence the fiscal trajectory of nation states, whose sovereignty will be hollowed out by the wholesale capture of governments by the central banks and hedge funds.

Therefore, the nation-state model is gradually being upended by a global technocracy, consisting of an unelected consortium of leaders of industry, central banking oligarchs and private financial institutions, most of which are predominantly non-state corporate actors attempting to restructure global governance and enlist themselves in the global decision-making process.

Therefore, the future of international relations and the social, economic and political transformation which the world is presently undergoing in light of the pandemic and Russia-Ukraine conflict will not be decided through multilateralism and elected representatives of sovereign states.

Rather, it will be decided through a network of multi-stakeholder partnerships which are motivated by the politics of expediency and not accountable to any electorate or beholden to any state and for whom concepts like sovereignty and international law are meaningless.

Originally published by Winter Oak

“The Bank of England and recently President Biden have floated the prospect of a programmable CBDC dollar which can only be spent on essentials or goods and items which an employer or government deem sensible. Once the issuer is granted total control over how it is spent by the recipient, it will become impossible to function adequately without this digital id, which will be required to receive government services, food and obtain a basic UBI, as in Ukraine.

If we are not too careful the outcome might be the rise of digital dictatorships just like in China, the globalists will use any emergency, real or contrived to push towards their technocratic controlled world order and those who control the data will ultimately control our future.

What’s happening in Ukraine in terms of its digital id infrastructure and the reliance it puts on millions of people has the possibility of becoming a reality in every country, this may be the blueprint for the West.”

IS UKRAINE THE BEDROCK OF THE WEF’S GREAT RESET ‘DIGITAL ID WALLET’ – BLUEPRINT FOR THE WEST?

Truthtalk.uk,

13 March, 2022

Let’s cover and provide some context for a tweet I put out recently which went super viral: It said Ukraine silently announces it’s the first country to implement the WEF’s ‘Great Reset’ by setting up a Social Credit Application combining Universal Basic Income, Digital Identity and Vaccine Passport within Diia app.”

The linked article is in French but can be converted into English, its coming from a mobile phone app news aggregation website which is run by several phone app bloggers. The article’s title is “In Ukraine, an air of Social Credit with the Diia App.”

It describes Ukraine as a “digital champion” in the logic of digitizing and centralizing everything, the government launched in 2020 an app called “Diia” which brings together identity cards, passports, drivers licenses, vaccination records, registrations, insurance, health reimbursements, social benefits, and a lot more under one centralised app. “A model that we only knew so far in China with the famous social credit.” The Article writes:

There are some elements to this that are true, certainly Ukraine is the champion of digital identity with the impressive Diia app, and on the back of the Covid crisis: “Governments want to move towards a digitization of everyday life by bringing together almost all services on the telephone.”

The article continues: “In all, nearly 50 services can be reached from the application and 9 official documents which have the same value as their paper counterparts. Eventually, it will soon be impossible to make an official request. Moreover, with COVID-19, the government has announced that the payment of benefits will be conditional on the presence of a vaccination certificate.”

Ukraine was certainly posed as the champion of digitalization even before the war broke out at the end of February and at the start of 2021, it had already claimed more than 4.5 million active users on Diia.

UBI: [UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME]

The premise of the “Social Credit with the Diia App” as mentioned in the French article, I believe is currently false, this premise came from the below video.

In this video message, the Ukraine cabinet announced a ‘War-Time Economy’ and that one-off payments to those who have lost employment. It was translated that these one-off payments were to be linked to the ‘Vaccination Status’. Then on Mar 6th 2022, the Ukraine Prime Minister denied what Shmyhal had said that state support amounting to 6,500 UAH would be available for: “Every employee, every self-employed person whose job was taken away as a result of the war” under their ePidtrymka program.

The Government message said: “Today the state will support you. On commission of the President of Ukraine, an updated ePidtrymka program will be launched next week. Under this initiative, every employee, every self-employed person whose job was taken away because of the war, will be able to receive UAH 6,500 each.”

In the Video, Shmyhal said, “The program will function by analogy with vaccination payments – that is, through the Diia application”.

And on Mar 8th, Digital Minister Mykhailo Fedorov announced that support can be received “within the framework of ePidtrymka”

What is the ‘ePidtrymka’? It’s a service portal in line with the ‘Action’ or ‘Diia’ Govt app, for Ukrainian citizens aged 14+ to receive a 1000 UAH incentive once they’re fully vaccinated, have a ‘green certificate’ and a special bank card.

However, a recent fact-check for the one-off wartime pay-out to unemployed Ukrainians by Reuters said this was not based on COVID-19 vaccine status and said that Ukrainians who had lost their jobs because of Russia’s invasion will be eligible for a one-off payment from the government.

People online have claimed the handouts will be dependent on an individual’s COVID-19 vaccine status. Reuters said that this is based on a misinterpretation of the prime minister’s speech announcing the new initiative. This is a misinterpretation of a snippet of a speech delivered by Shmyhal on March 6, 2022. So thus, Reuters declared this “Partly false.” And that Shmyhal’s speech has been misinterpreted and the COVID-19 vaccination is not a prerequisite to getting a wartime pay-out.

There is still some confusion here, but it does seem like it’s for everyone. We will continue to seek clarification on this position but here is what Stop Common Pass has to say on it.

 

*A SUMMARY NOTE FROM STOP COMMON PASS*

“Basically, the payments’ part is very specific, the 6500 UAH relief payment that incl. vaccination status as a pre-requisite is *separate* from other assistance to Ukrainian citizens out there. Therefore, pensions and other social assistance goes through the usual corridors, banks, post offices etc.”

“The targeted 6500 UAH money is for entrepreneurs, employed, self-employed, basically anyone who’s already registered within the ‘eSupport’ part of the system. If someone hasn’t registered, they’ve to provide proof of their green certificate. Over 2 million people have apparently registered for the war-time payment (eSupport) scheme since it was announced.”

“The UBI element, the backend is there. If the Govt can issue a specific physical or digital bank card via the Diia app & tell people what they can/can’t spend their cash on, well… there you have it. The Digital Minister relaxed the structure surrounding what the credits or incentive/relief money can be spent on.”

DIIA APP:

Mykhailo Federov is the Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine. The youngest minister in the history of Ukrainian politics, at the age of just 30 he succeeded with opening his own businesses as well as with leading the country’s digital revolution. His most important project is the “State in a Smartphone”, which aims by 2024 to have 100% of all government services available online including a CBDC, with 20% of services provided automatically without the intervention of an official.

 

“Our vision with President Zelensky — before the war — was to build the world’s most convenient country in terms of digitally available public services,” Mykhailo Fedorov said in an interview with TechCrunch. And I think that, in the future, governments will resemble tech companies, not classical governments.” – Mykhailo Fedorov.

Mykhailo Fedorov, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, was a panellist at the WEF “Scaling Up Digital Identity Systems” session on April 7th, 2021. He shared Ukraine’s progress in digitalization of governmental services. The blurb from the WEF session reads: “Digital identity has the potential to unlock access to banking, education, mobility, and other critical services. With an estimated 1 billion people still lacking identification, (straight out of UN SDG) how can businesses and governments work towards an interoperable, open, and inclusive identity system?”

The technology for digital identities is being used in several countries around the world. One of the most ambitious countries in this regard is Ukraine. “Our goal is to enable all life situations with this Digital ID” – Mykhailo Fedorov said.

Speaking in the WEF panel discussion Mykhailo Fedorov said that his government’s goal was to create a digital ID system that within three years would make Ukraine the most convenient State in the world by operating like a digital service provider and on 30th March 2021 the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, posted Ministry of Digital Transformation: Ukraine is the first country in the world to fully legalize digital passports in smartphones”

Specifically saying: “Ukraine is the first country in the world to launch digital ID passports and legally equate them to ordinary documents. Diia users will no longer face situations when the digital passport is not accepted. This is not just a landmark event in the history of modern Ukraine and a big step towards the introduction of the “paperless” regime. This is a unique global case that we can and should be proud of.” – Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov.

“[Ukraine] President Zelensky has tasked our ministry within three years to create one of the most convenient States in the world in terms of the State as a service provider.” said Fedorov.

After winning power with an unorthodox social media campaign, President Volodymyr Zelensky wants to transform the state’s relationship with citizens through technology. The slogan is the “State in a Smartphone:” with the aim to replace all Government bureaucracy with an app.

So, within five years, all the services of the country’s paper-loving bureaucracy are to be transferred online. The flagship of this initiative was an app, Diia, which simple means both “the state and me” in Ukrainian, and what the Ukrainian state has not historically been known for: “action.”

Launched in February 2020, the system encompasses a spectrum of state functions, from birth certificates and passports to business registration. According to the Ukrainian government’s statistics, more than 10 million people — nearly a quarter of the population — use Diia.

At the above WEF summit Mykhailo Fedorov added: “The Ukrainian Parliament has also adopted a draft law making us one of the first countries to legalize E digital passports, which means an ‘equal sign’ between plastic or paper passports and IDs and Digital IDs, and now they’re accessible in all life situations.” And “People have no choice but to trust technology” – Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation.

Ukrainians can already use Diia to apply for state payments to support new-born children, establish their tax status, and open a business. Officials say it has reduced the low-level corruption that used to be associated with applying for these services in person. In March, Ukraine became the first country in the world to give digital passports the same status as physical documents.

When it comes to winning trust in government-run digital identity schemes, Fedorov believes that if you give the people an overwhelming amount of convenience that is accompanied by strong cybersecurity, then they will have no choice but to trust the technology.

FEDOROV QUOTES:

“The pandemic has accelerated our progress. First, people are now demanding digital, online services. People have no choice but to trust technology. We see what kind of business developing and this business is is influencing the development of our services.” – Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation.

“We have to make a product that is so convenient that a person will be able to disrupt their stereotypes, to breakthrough from their fears, and start using a government-made application” – Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation.

“When we allow a person to register a business in three clicks; when we allow them to pay their taxes in two clicks — no matter how sceptical a person is about the technology, they will start using our services.” – Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation.

“Our goal is to enable all life situations with this digital ID.” – Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation.

The ambition to make Ukraine a world champion in being digital and are the first ones who can use digital IDs with no internal restrictions with over 50 government services available through the EID. Diia ID 2.0 allows Ukrainians to access 9 digital documents (ID card, foreign biometric passport, student card, driver’s license, vehicle registration certificate, vehicle insurance policy, tax number, birth certificate, IDP certificate) Ukraine has become the first country with a digital ID that is valid and can be used everywhere within the country and the fourth in Europe to launch a digital driving licence and they want to digitise 100% of all state services.

DIIA CITY:

The government also presented a new concept “Diia City”, a large-scale project which would establish a virtual model of a free economic zone for representatives of the creative economy. It would provide for special digital residency with lower taxation regimes.

 

Diia City is basically a special legal and tax regime that creates favourable conditions for the development of IT business, as well as introduces a set of incentives for Ukraine to become a high-tech digital state. The basic principles of functioning: voluntary entry, freedom of activity (all residents have the right to choose forms of cooperation with third parties), non-interference of the state, presumption of legality of residents, stability (special regime is introduced for at least 25 years), extraterritoriality – the regime will operate in any corner of the country.

According to Fedorov’s deputy, Alex Bornyakov, creating a technological ecosystem dependent on people, IT expertise, annual revenue, and business-friendly policies is crucial. He says: “Almost every great tech company in the world, when selecting their home base, focused on the protection of investment, low taxes, synchronization with global legislation, and human capital. We saw this, and we have tried to adapt it to the reality of Ukraine. That’s the foundation of Diia City.”

KIEF:

On October 7-8, 2021, the capital of Ukraine hosted the large-scale VII Kyiv International Economic Forum (KIEF), the strategic partner of which is traditionally the holding company UFuture. The main economic event of the year brought together government officials, thinkers, scientists, and entrepreneurs from all over the world — from Ukraine and France to Qatar and Hong Kong.

Chandran Nair (WEF), one of the leading thinkers of our time, an entrepreneur and president of the World Institute of the Future, noted that the world is moving towards a “Post-Western Order”. The dramatic changes that are so often talked about in Ukraine and around the world will look different in different parts of the globe.

“We are dealing with what I call the impossibility of accepting the post-Western world. The post-Western world is not the world where you think what the IMF, the World Bank or The Economist think of you,” said Chandran Nair.

At this event minister Mykhailo Fedorov said “We were the first in the world to do a lot: we introduced electronic passports, electronic business registration. In one and a half years of the pandemic, we will get +1.5 million users of e-government and the Diia ecosystem.”

Mykhailo Fedorov said he is grateful to the Swiss development partners for supporting digitalization in Ukraine. The Ministry of Digital Transformation cooperates with Swiss Confederation through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (WEF).

Most recently Klaus Schwab Founder of the World Economic Forum and Børge Brende the President have both said that they have lent their full support to Ukraine, promising to do “everything possible to help” the country against Russia “aggression.”

Mykhailo Fedorov has been urging chief executives of big businesses to cut ties with Moscow. He’s also taken the unprecedented move of setting up a volunteer “IT Army of Ukraine” to launch cyber-attacks against “the enemy”.

And the Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister recently called on Crypto Exchanges to Ban Russian Users. However, Binance and Kraken have rejected Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov’s request to ban Russian users from crypto exchanges.

 

CBDC:

We know the WEF, UN, World Bank and IMF want a new economy based on a new digital, programmable currency [CBDC], a Digital ID, connected Biometric AI Wallets and a global social credit WEF ESG structure based on their technocratic values. Covid, Ukraine, even a second pandemic or climate change is how they get there.

The Great Reset globalists may be playing ‘BOTH SIDES’ of the Ukraine conflict. This is the reality, it’s very important to understand and accept this fact otherwise we will not be able to grasp the events that happen next.

 

Ukraine May be the First Eastern European Nation with Its Own CBDC.

Alex Bornyakov, Ukraine Ministry of Digital Transformation Deputy Minister, and head of Diia City Project, in February 2022 discussed his vantage point in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine tensions and their impact on the local business climate and crypto community. In the above video he gave an outlook for a CBDC rollout in Ukraine with insights into linking it with the world’s first digital passport.

We know that Ukraine have already been piloting CBDC, the Ukraine Commercial Bank tested Digital Currency Built on Stellar last year. The pilot tested an electronic hryvnia in handling payroll for public employees along with peer-to-peer and merchant payments.

The National Bank of Ukraine’s objective was to set a dialogue between regulators and payment market participants to discuss prospects and opportunities for the introduction of central bank digital currencies (CBDC). Alex Bornyakov, Ukraine Ministry of Digital Transformation Deputy Minister, and head of Diia City Project, discussed the CBDC rollout in Ukraine August 2022 and this could potentially be linked within the Diia App.

The bank announced the pilot program on Dec. 14 2021, saying it would involve a test of the electronic currency at the payroll for employees of an IT company called Diia, as well as for peer-to-peer and merchant payments. And the reason they tested it on Diia first? Well, it’s because the CBDC will most likely be made available via the Diia app’s banking and connected payment services.

What about the recent announcement that Clear View AI would be deployed in Ukraine?

This is what Fedorov recently said about Clear View AI:

“I would start off by saying that most of these use cases would not be public, not something that we’d be able to share publicly. But something that I can just give you a sneak peek would be our work with the Ministry of Internal Affairs. We would be trying to identify Russian forces who have been killed or taken prisoner in Ukraine. As you know, the Russian government starts to deny their presence, send them without documents, etc. Another one would be checking people who cross our roadblocks. Another one would be looking for missing persons.”

I have a suspicion this technology will stick around even after the war is over and may even be incorporated within citizen checkpoints, by biometrically scanning people’s faces and checking their Diia credentials.

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Digital IDs are the central pillar of the WEF’s Great Reset, they are being streamlined across industries to advance the UN 2030 SDGs thereby delivering individualised Avatar like services in future smart cities and metaverses alike.

A global system of technocratic population control and compliance tying free humanity into a corporate value chain where we are mined as data commodities for ESG investors and human capital markets, assigned a social and a climate score on how we measure up against the UN SDGs.

Verification of people in smart cities can only happen once biometrics, health, CBDC, consumer behaviours, carbon offsets – the entire human experience is stored on the Blockchain to determine our conformity to UN SDGs.

Vaccine passports from the very beginning of the Covid hysteria were touted by NGOs and Big Tech as the key entry point for a broader based Digital ID wallets. Key nodes in a new digital technocratic ecosystem which is slowly being built around us.

Some point soon the economy may be on the brink of collapse due to a global supply chain triggered by the Russia war, and many believe these economic tremors will trigger further emergencies across the globe and the public may be told to brace themselves for rationing.

Ration like data entries could then also be logged on distributed ledgers and the Digital ID could also be used to track our carbon footprints, CBDC usage and consumption habits during this global emergency.

Once this takes shape, the adoption of Digital IDs which will interface with CBDC and UBI will be touted as the only global solution to efficiently manage / distribute rations under an unprecedented state of emergency.

Whatever is happening in Ukraine right now, we can see from the ashes will rise a phoenix that comes with the digital transformation of Ukraine, it is already happening, already underway, and it is being accelerated due to the war. Hence more and more users will become dependent on this digital identity tech to handle Government payments and potentially a new CBDC and to prove themselves at checkpoints via Clearview AI, this is eerily not too dissimilar to China is it?

The Bank of England and recently President Biden have floated the prospect of a programmable CBDC dollar which can only be spent on essentials or goods and items which an employer or government deem sensible. Once the issuer is granted total control over how it is spent by the recipient, it will become impossible to function adequately without this digital id, which will be required to receive government services, food and obtain a basic UBI, as in Ukraine.

If we are not too careful the outcome might be the rise of digital dictatorships just like in China, the globalists will use any emergency, real or contrived to push towards their technocratic controlled world order and those who control the data will ultimately control our future.

What’s happening in Ukraine in terms of its digital id infrastructure and the reliance it puts on millions of people has the possibility of becoming a reality in every country, this may be the blueprint for the West.

GREAT RESET UKRAINE   Vaccinated Ukrainian pensioners who receive a smartphone from the state free of charge will not be able to sell or pass it on to others.

He said that the Ministry of Digital Transformation will start accepting applications for smartphones in April, and devices will be distributed in the summer.

The ministry is currently discussing with banks the possibility of distributing mobile phones in the branches themselves, where they will immediately explain how to use them. Negotiations are underway with Samsung and Ukrainian domestic manufacturers.

The Ministry of Finance added that retirees will not be able to transfer or sell their smartphones to anyone else. The SIM card will be attached, for example, to the IMEI of the phone and registered on the passport. And the number will immediately become a financial number tied to the passport to minimize fraud, he explained.

When retirees will be given smartphones for vaccination

Коли пенсіонерам роздаватимуть смартфони за вакцинацію

Volin Post,

February 16, 2022

Vaccinated Ukrainian pensioners who receive a smartphone from the state free of charge will not be able to sell or pass it on to others.

This was announced by Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation Oleksiy Vyskub, Slovo i Dilo reports.

He said that the Ministry of Digital Transformation will start accepting applications for smartphones in April, and devices will be distributed in the summer.

The ministry is currently discussing with banks the possibility of distributing mobile phones in the branches themselves, where they will immediately explain how to use them. Negotiations are underway with Samsung and Ukrainian domestic manufacturers.

According to Vyskub, the cost of the devices should not exceed 5,000 hryvnias, the ministry even plans to invest 4,000 hryvnias.

The Ministry of Finance added that retirees will not be able to transfer or sell their smartphones to anyone else. The SIM card will be attached, for example, to the IMEI of the phone and registered on the passport. And the number will immediately become a financial number tied to the passport to minimize fraud, he explained.

“Mobile operators offer us to install a special application that will control the invariability of the use of the device. This is one of the approaches, “the deputy minister added.

Digital passports are back in action

Цифрові паспорти знову повернулися в Дію

The Unified State Demographic Register has been reconnected to Action. Since the beginning of the war, the register has been turned off so that the data of Ukrainians are completely safe. Connecting the registry means that digital passports are available again in the Action application.

Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov spoke about the resumption of digital passports in the Action application. He also reminded that digital documents are full-fledged and have the same legal force as ordinary paper copies.

From now on, digital passports and ID-cards are again available in the Action application for Ukrainians. These documents can be shown at the request of the police or territorial defense fighters at checkpoints.

How to Get Digital Documents in Action

As the state demographic register was disconnected from the Action at the beginning of the war in order to preserve the data of Ukrainians, digital passports in action after the update may become inaccessible to some users.

In order for the documents to reappear in the application, it is necessary to re-verify access to the program on the smartphone and the passports will be “pulled up” from the register – everything will work as before.

Mykhailo Fedorov also reminded that Ukraine was the first in the world to equate an electronic passport with an ordinary one . And now, even to cross the border with Moldova and Poland , you can use the documents in the application Action .

By the way, not so long ago Television and even radio started working in Action . This can be useful. Everything works very easily: go to the “Services” section and choose the right option.

On the evening of Jan. 24, President Volodymyr Zelensky announced in a video address that Ukrainians who receive the third vaccine shot (booster) will receive a state payment of Hr. 500. Before that, fully vaccinated people over the age of 18 could receive Hr. 1,000 for the first and second doses, thus increasing the total reward by half as much again.

What is “Covid’s Thousand”?

Covid’s Thousand, or Thousand from Zelensky, is money that the state provides to fully vaccinated Ukrainians over the age of 18 through the “Diia” application. Users can receive the payment on their bank card to spend on gym, cinema, theater, museum and concert spending, as well as on train and air tickets within the country. 

The program was launched for two reasons: to encourage Ukrainians to be vaccinated, and to support businesses that have suffered during the on-going pandemic.

Today, almost 9 million Ukrainians have already opened a special account to receive the benefits, and 7.5 million have even applied for assistance. A total of Hr. 8 billion was allocated from the state treasury for this purpose. To date, Ukrainians have spent more than Hr. 1.6 billion of their reward balance – mostly on books, followed by cinema and rail tickets. 

From Jan. 24, vaccinated Ukrainians over the age of 60 will be able to use their Hr. 1,000 from the state to buy medicine.

Under the new arrangement, individuals can use their reward to buy medicine in a physical or online pharmacy. In addition, people will not be required to show proof of age as the bank will automatically approve the transaction. If a person under the age of 60 attempts to make a purchase in the same way, their bank will block the transaction. 

The government introduced a new service to support pensioners in Ukraine. However, the Ministry of Digital Transformation, which developed the application “Diia,” says it is difficult to control what Ukrainians buy in pharmacies.

In the future, the government could expand assistance and open up the scheme to children aged 12 and over. How and when this might be enacted are not yet known. 

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has launched a pilot project to create digital ID for Ukrainian citizens – verification of the identity of users of electronic registers.

“For this purpose, the technical condition and security level as well as the reliability of the existing registers will be checked over the next six months, in particular by comparing the data of different registers,” the press service of the government said.

Digital IDs will also allow to detect and eliminate data duplication about one person or cloning of a unique user account.

“This verified data will be used to hold an All-Ukrainian population census. In addition, it will allow the government to simplify all the procedures for assigning and paying social benefits in the future,” reads the statement.

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