How African Leaders are helping western powers achieve the New World Order

In this article, I will explain in plain English how African leaders are helping the west create and enforce their new world order agenda, knowingly or unknowingly. But first, what is the new world order? The new world order is a set of rules/orders that countries must follow and abide by. 

These rules will be covertly created and managed by certain powerful Western elites. It will affect every sector of nations and come in various forms. People would think it would benefit them without knowing it would enslave them in the long term.

Critical thinkers have long posited that a cabal of elites working behind the scenes would start to usher in the new world by first orchestrating global events to instill fear, ultimately accelerating the drive to implement their plans, which will enslave the global populace.

Although this hypothesis has been dismissed as a conspiracy theory whilst labelling critical thinkers as "fringe conspiracy theorists". However, recent events around the world support the hypothesis. In a recent interview, President Biden of the United State confirmed that the new world order is on its way, and the US will lead it.

 Countries in Africa are grappling with the emergence and integration of new technologies, and the front runner to this is the digitization of nations.

The national ID scheme for Uganda was started in 2014 and will last until 2024. However, under newly disclosed plans by the government, Uganda will start collecting DNA and biometric data from its residents in 2024, when their identification cards are due to expire, for use in its revised digital identity programme. However, how the government will collect the DNA is still being determined.

Nigeria, the most populated African country, has been enforcing aggressive digitization strategies. For example, a recent approach led to the blocking of mobile phones of its citizens that failed to register their details into the network providers registry. Although some of these measures might appear promising, data security needs to be re-examined in Africa and, quite frankly, is absent in many African countries.

Undoubtedly, Organisation digitisation helps streamline job activities and boost productivity. However, human digitisation means personal data, including biological data, would have to be harvested and stored in a data bank. Unfortunately, data security is not well thought out in Africa and is absent in many African countries. As a result, data could be stolen and used for nefarious activities, including developing ethnic-specific bio-weapons towards Africans.

The financial sector is no different. Foreign Banks are gradually encouraging African central banks to introduce country-specific digital currencies. Digital currencies created by central banks differ from cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ether (Ethereum) and XRP. The value of a crypto asset can move up and down very quickly. The idea of digital currencies like crypto has been the concept of decentralisation, meaning no single person or organisation can control its creation and value. However, the central bank digital currency will be fixed and regulated by the governments that created it, which defeats the core aim of decentralisation of digital currencies. Furthermore, the central banks can now impose the condition of use on the money. People will now be mandated on what they can and cannot buy with it. Furthermore, If money is entirely electronic and issued by the government, there is no cap on the amount of control that may be imposed on citizens. Governments would ultimately control the money entering and leaving each person's account. Economic or political freedom cannot coexist with this degree of governmental control.

African leaders should wake up, think logically/critically and carefully before embracing what has been spoon-fed to them by western powers.

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