50 in 5:  Digital Public Infrastructure

Date: May 8, 2024
Host: Jim Schneider
​Guest: Alex Newman
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Alex Newman is an award-winning international freelance journalist, author, researcher, educator and consultant.  He is senior editor for The New American.  He is co-author of Crimes of the Educators, author of Deep State: The Invisible Government Behind the Scenes and author of, Indoctrinating Our Children to Death.  He is Founder of Liberty Sentinel.

The propulsion toward global governance is rapidly advancing as it takes shape on many fronts.  For example, we know what’s taking place as it relates to climate change and taking control of energy and population control.  Then there’s the World Health Organization and its push to erase the sovereignty of nations so that they can have power to create a pandemic and have control over our nation’s medical supplies, finances, medical passports, vaccinations and health guidelines.  We also see the push for a so-called, “international justice system” and an education system controlled by globalists.  

Now being added to all this is a United Nations effort to impose what’s called, “digital public infrastructure”.  This is to be implemented on citizens within 5 years.  It’s a surveillance program that seeks total control for every human activity and it’s to be functional across national borders.

Alex was in-studio with Jim to discuss this latest development and as he spoke, he answered these and other related questions:   

  • Is there a correlation between the 50 in 5 program (50 nations involved in 5 years) and Agenda 2030?
  • What does a digital infrastructure look like?
  • How would a digital public infrastructure affect American farmers?
  • What part does central bank digital currencies play in DPI?
  • What’s the correlation between central bank digital currencies and racial equity?
  • Will central bank digital currencies be tied to personal I.D. accounts?

Become informed because as you’ll hear, digital public infrastructure is going to become so ubiquitous that life will be very difficult without participating in it.  

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