The COVID-19 pandemic literally made American billionaire Bill Gates the man of the year. His achievements and plans in the field of universal vaccination and digital identification of mankind floated out.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, created in 2000, is considered the largest charitable foundation in the United States with assets of $ 50.7 billion. Over the 20 years of its existence, the fund has spent $ 54 billion on various charitable projects. Most of these projects are aimed at building “brave new the world ". Thanks to vaccines developed with the participation of the Gates Foundation, the population of the future society should be drastically reduced.
The rest will be in an electronic concentration camp. Bill Gates' contribution to the creation of the future is expressed in the fact that his foundation is engaged in solving the problem of digital identification of people. In 2017, Gates created the ID2020 partnership, in which the UN and its specialized bodies, NGOs, business structures (Microsoft, Accenture, Cisco Systems, Pricewaterhouse Coopers) participate. The task is to carry out a complete digital identification of the world's population by 2030.
From the ID2020 documents, you learn that the program places a special emphasis on digital fixation of a person at birth (in maternity hospitals) and during mass vaccinations during pandemics.
There is one more area of activity of the Bill Gates Foundation, which is rarely mentioned. The Fund actively participates in campaigns to oust cash from circulation. After all, as long as cash exists, holes remain in the construction of the electronic concentration camp through which the "campers" can escape. Cash hoarding and cash transactions can elude Big Brother's eyes.
If all money becomes non-cash, control over people will be complete. And those concentration camp dwellers who will not live and think as Big Brother needs can be disconnected from non-cash money with obvious consequences for such "dissidents". In 2012, the Bill Gates Foundation initiated the creation of a partnership between BTCA - Better Than Cash Alliance.
The alliance's stated mission is to "accelerate the transition from cash to digital payments around the world." The headquarters of the alliance is located not just anywhere, but in the building of the UN Secretariat in New York, on the 26th floor of the famous tower. The executive director of the alliance is a lady from Australia, Ruth Goodwin-Groen. The partners in the alliance are very solid, today there are 75 of them.
First, these are international intergovernmental organizations: the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF); United Nations Development Program (UNDP); United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); The United Nations Secretariat; World Food Program and others.
Secondly, international financial institutions: European Bank for Reconstruction and Development; Inter-American Development Bank. This group could include the World Savings Banks Institute, which is an international banking association. It unites 109 members in 92 countries of the world, including about 7,000 savings and retail banks with a network of 209,000 branches and branches around the world.
Third, international non-governmental organizations. Most are based in the United States, usually in Washington or New York: the Clinton Development Initiative; Women's World Banking; Catholic Relief Services, etc.
Fourth, private companies: Gap inc. (USA); Grupo Bimbo (Mexico); H&M (Sweden); Inditex (Spain); Marks & Spencer (UK); Mastercard (USA); Visa (USA); The Coca-Cola Company (USA); Unilever (UK). Here is the World Cocoa Foundation - an alliance of about a hundred companies, including such large producers as Nestlé and Mars, Inc.
Fifth, governments: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Benin, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Ghana, Fiji, Jordan, Kenya, India, Liberia, Malawi, Mexico, Moldova, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Uruguay, Vietnam. A total of 25 states. Each year the list of member states grows with new ones. In the above list, all countries are developing, but the United States, represented by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is invisibly present in the BTCA.