by Jessica Rose
Perhaps the best question we all need to ask ourselves in times of late is this:
“Are you a 1, or a 0?”
A ‘1’, in my mind, equates to one who knows themself or, at least, aspires to, through learning and knowledge acquisition. ‘1’ who knows of inalienable rights to existence and freedom of being. ‘1’ who knows history, especially the tales of humanity. ‘1’ who connects to the ‘real’ world, in, and around them.
A ‘0’, in my mind, equates to ‘1’ who forget they are a ‘1’ and in doing so, switched to a ‘0’. By the way, also in my mind, a ‘0’ can always revert to a ‘1’.
Check this site out. You may not be aware yet, but the Known Traveler Digital Identity program which is a partnership with the World Economic Forum (WEF) – a non-Canadian privately-funded lobbying organization1 – is morphing into something called the Federal Identity Program to invoke the following strategy to stretch out over 2022-2025 in Canada:
Our strategy: transitioning to a more digital government to improve client service.
“The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the need for government services to be accessible and flexible in the digital age. The next step in making services more convenient to access is a federal Digital Identity Program, integrated with pre-existing provincial platforms,” a report published by the government reads.2
Let’s say I want to mandate a vaccine. Your financial transaction ability can be turned off; your access to your financial assets can be denied or stopped if you don’t do what you’re told.
And I also had some words to say on the digitization of the human in my interview with the Geopolitics and Empire podcast. You can skip to 44 minutes in to hear some focused words.
“One of these days, they’re going to tighten the noose in a way that you’re not going to like. You might be fine with it now, but what about when, not if, when, whether or not you get to buy food depends on your score. What if your score isn’t high enough because you did something that they didn’t like.” Which literally, could be anything.
I’m all for solutions. I love being able to contribute to the growth of my species, if I can, and the well-being of the planet. Of course, I think we all feel this way. But there is a right way (probably a few right ways) to do this. Digitization by private entities of every living human being is not the way.
https://www.canada.ca/en/government/system/digital-government/government-canada-digital-operations-strategic-plans/canada-digital-ambition.html#toc5 (Priority 2.2: build and use secure common solutions for digital service delivery)