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Public Who Refuse WEF Digital ID’s Will Be Excluded From Society




EU Chief Says Public Who Refuse WEF Digital ID’s Will Be Excluded From Society

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has warned that people who refuse to accept the WEF’s new digital ID scheme will be excluded from participating in society.

During an appearance at a G20 Summit session, dubbed “One Future,” Von der Leyen declared our collective future to be digital, governed by globalist organizations such as the WEF.

Summit.news reports: Von der Leyen, in her position as the EU Commission President, touched on AI and the digital landscape in her address. She acknowledged the potential dangers and gargantuan opportunities linked with advancing AI technology and emphasized the importance of channeling such explosive technology.

“Today I want to focus on AI and digital infrastructure. As it has been described, AI has risks but also offers tremendous opportunities. The crucial question is how to harness a rapidly changing technology.

“In the EU, in 2020, we presented the first-ever law on artificial intelligence. We want to facilitate innovation while building trust. But we need more. What the world does now will shape our future. I believe that Europe — and its partners — should develop a new global framework for AI risks,” von der Leyen said.

 Von der Leyen praised the European Union’s move in 2020 to introduce the first legal framework on AI, a step taken with the intent of fostering innovation alongside trust. However, she insisted that this wasn’t sufficient. She suggested a multinational adoption of a coping mechanism for managing AI risks.

The EU Chief also stressed that globally accepted standards must be created under the purview of the United Nations, akin to their Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Humanity stood to benefit, she argued, if an international authority could clarify the risks and rewards related to AI, akin to the IPCC for climate concerns.

Concurrently, von der Leyen championed the concept of digital public infrastructure similar to the coronavirus passport system – a system developed by the EU as a response to the Covid saga. The World Health Organization embraced it with open arms as a global standard for combating health threats.

“Many of you are familiar with the COVID-19 digital certificate. The EU developed it for itself. The model was so functional and so trusted that 51 countries on 4 continents adopted it for free. Today, the WHO uses it as a global standard to facilitate mobility in times of health threats,” von der Leyen continued.

Alarmingly, von der Leyen praised the EU’s strides towards a bloc-wide digital identity app capable of storing a citizen’s personal information, including credit cards, driver’s license, and passport data.

These developments ring alarm bells for individuals and nations valuing free speech and privacy.


  1. Ask yourself this, why does a small country like ours need a massive reinforced concrete information gathering apparatus such as is being built at Whenuapai airforce base with its own high security guarded entrance road? That facility is balls deep in this rush to digital currencies and governments tracking every move the citizens of this country makes , , it’s simply to large and will be filled with supercomputer equipment that could gather the information of the team of 5 million 500 times over but never fear the cnut Ardern assured the team it was going to keep us all warm and secure in our beds at night .
    A mate who is involved reckons it is already operational on a small scale.
    There is a silver lining though, like everything the bandy legged pig was involved with it probably won’t work.



  2. That European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen pushes her controlling tyranny into everything then hides it all.
    March 2, 2023 …… Ombudsman says secrecy over SMS exchange fuelling suspicion
    EU contract with Pfizer-BioNTech biggest of vaccine deals
    EU public prosecutor probing bloc’s acquisition of vaccines
    – European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s silence about her dealings with drugmaker Pfizer (PFE.N) leading to the EU’s biggest COVID-19 vaccine contract is hurting public trust and is a problem that will not go away, its ombudsman said.
    ….. [Ursual] von der Leyen revealed she had exchanged texts with Pfizer Chief Executive Albert Bourla for a month while the contract was under negotiation, prompting calls to publish the exchange. ….

    One can see the continuing intent here on a renewed contract for covid vaccines, which will tie in with the binding UN WHO Global Pandemic Treaty.
    May 26th 2023 ….. In theory, the Commission is still touting the contract as a success.
    In its public announcement Friday, it writes that “the implementation of our EU Vaccines Strategy exceeded all expectations.”
    But the way the news was delivered speaks to a certain embarrassment. …

    How Ursula wriggled & slimed her way out of this, probably is through other good mates & influencers to keep that agenda rolling & now seeking another term.
    That will seal all of Europe into the binding WHO Pandemic Treaty sovereignty.
    Who in New Zealand will stop this next year will at least more than question that binding Treaty, and stop any NZ representative signing this.
    Where mandates, masking, lockdowns, quarantines, media controls, health passports etc., will come under the auspices of the Comrades like Tedros of WHO.



  3. It’s becoming annoying that the list of people who need ‘taking out’, is getting so long I may need another sheet of paper – and most of them have such ridiculous names. Almost pleasant to be able to add a nice simple name like Ardern to the Schwabs, Soros’, and von der Leyen’s.



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