5 in 50: Digital Public Infrastructure Plan
Digital ID system.
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None other than Bill Gates
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is supporting the “50 in 5” program that aims to help 50 countries develop their own DPI by 2028.
Unelected globalists at the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) have been working on the Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) for the past decade, which is step one for the digital ID system.
Per usual, they are marketing this program as a convenient way for the modern-day man to access documents. Using the data from DPI, 100 countries are expected to progress toward Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
The plan is to track absolutely everyone
Forget clean water, food, or shelter – let’s waste resources to compile their data. Speaking of resources, they are already requesting more funding since the pandemic “widened the annual SDG financing gap in developing countries from $2.5 trillion to $3.9 trillion, and similarly, available funds for DPI fall short of the escalating global needs.” Yes, trillion.
DPI will enable globalists to promote SDGs in the following ways:
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