Canada and EU Work On Digital IDs to Track People

To combat online “disinformation” and speed up the rollout of a digital identity system, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the European Union (EU) have struck a digital partnership.
According to reports, Trudeau unveiled the Canada-EU Digital Partnership on November 24, aiming to build digital identities for Canadians, combat “disinformation,” and collaborate on AI.
The Group of 20 (G20), the 19 most powerful nations plus the EU, has supported many plans to build a digital infrastructure, including public digital identity systems and a centralized digital currency.

Trudeau has consistently prioritized EU and UN aims above Canadian interests. Many worry that promoting digital ID might lead to a Communist China-style social credit system.
A report shows that when Trudeau’s administration passed the Emergency Act (EA) to halt the popular movement known as the Freedom Convoy in 2022, Canadians may have already experienced the risks of a digital ID system and money.

Donors to the 2022 Freedom Convoy, a protest against vaccination mandates and COVID rules, had their bank accounts frozen by Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland while the EA was in effect. Seven of Canada’s ten provinces were against Trudeau using the EA.

Days after the demonstrators were removed, Trudeau withdrew the EA.

According to LifeSiteNews reporter David James, many people are afraid of transitioning to a cashless, digital world because of this kind of financial crackdown.

An integral part of the so-called Great Reset is to regulate and monitor people’s financial activities to enslave them, which many have warned about. China has already executed its digital dictatorship by merging its Central Bank Digital Currency [CBDC] with its Social Credit System. Currently, Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland have their hand.

A nationwide credit rating and blacklisting system is being used by the Chinese government, known as the Social Credit System. It is the process of setting up a registry to track companies and citizens and assess how trustworthy and compliant they are.