The World Economic Forum (WEF) recently announced that, along with Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation, it will establish a GovTech Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR) in Ukraine to advance the nation’s role as the esteemed leader in the digitization of the global economy. That’s no small announcement. The WEF press release, dated January 18, 2024, praised Ukraine, remarking that—thanks to its U.S.-funded Diia app allowing Ukrainians to “access essential documents and government services”—it is the first country in the world to have a digital ID system that can be used nationwide.

Overlapping with the WEF news, USAID—the U.S. agency behind the implementation of Diia—declared that it intends to provide at least $650,000 to collaborate with Ukraine to bring its digital triumph to other “partner countries” who seek to accelerate their own digital transformation. Indeed, USAID’s funding in Ukraine is extensive—it provided funding to the Ukrainian government to develop Diia and has allocated another $8.5 million to help expand the app’s services during its war with Russia.

The move is a huge step forward in the WEF’s plans for a new dystopian future where, from birth, individuals must participate in a monitored social contract between governments, businesses, and citizens to live day to day. For those unaware that this scheme will control every aspect of daily life—it’s time to wake up. Think Hunger Games. Klaus Schwab’s beloved Fourth Industrial Revolution—which he peddles as a “holistic, well-intended progression that humanity must make for the greater good” is the exact opposite. The scheme is the criminal billionaire deep state’s Great Reset that fuses digital, physical, and biological systems into one, altogether blurring the lines between physical and digital realities. And can bring civilization to a screeching halt at any given moment. To quote Schwab, “It doesn’t change what we are doing, but it changes us.

Hence, the Diia app is a massive red flag. For context, the Diia app was launched in Ukraine in February 2020 and is lauded as “the State in a smartphone,” an essential part of President Volodymyr Zelensky’s election manifesto that helped him win a presidential campaign where he made no public speeches, held no rallies and gave no press conferences. Considering he’s now in charge of a political hotspot, his virtual crusade is all too familiar and is quite troubling.

But back to the Diia app. It is the focus of a five-year, $150 million award by USAID and UK Dev to the Eurasia Foundation. According to the Eurasia Foundation, the endeavor, dubbed the Ukraine Digital Transformation Activity (DTA), is “dedicated to enhancing Ukraine’s digital capabilities and building resilient systems for a secure, prosperous future.” Without question, merging humans with technology is an objective of the WEF’s 4IR. With Joe Biden as its ally for years and significant funding from George Soros’s Open Society Foundations, the Eurasia Foundation’s involvement builds on its “long-standing partnership with USAID, UK Dev, and the Government of Ukraine to advance the nation’s digital transformation.” 

Indeed, the perfect set-up for a social credit system, the Diia app currently connects more than 19 million Ukrainians with over 120 government services and the digital services that underpin them. Diia contains documents such as a person’s ID card (citizen’s passport), foreign biometric passport, student card, driver’s license, vehicle registration certificate, vehicle insurance policy, tax number, birth certificate, access to social aid, international and domestic vaccination certificates, and PCR test or recovery certificate (if applicable). Using the Diia app, Ukrainians can also share digital copies of the documents and pay debts or fines. In addition to the mobile app, the Diia web portal offers over 70 services, including COVID-19 vaccine certificates, certificates of income, issuance of a construction passport, registration of residence, housing loan for migrants, state registration of real estate rights, assignment of housing subsidy, and assignment of pension. All digital documents in Diia have the same legal force as their paper or plastic counterparts.

As Ukraine moves towards becoming a fully digitized nation—while claiming that the $130 billion it has received from the U.S. for its war against Russia is actually “benefiting American interests—Ukraine boasts that its IT sector is booming, despite its ongoing, U.S.-funded war with Russia. Two weeks before the war began, the Diia.City concept was launched to assist in its digital quest, offering “unique tax and legal space for IT businesses.” Ukraine declares that its IT sector provides about 4 percent of Ukraine’s GDP and nearly 40 percent of its exports of services, which has allowed it to deliver stable growth. With its low tax incentives and other perks, Diia.City’s aggressive goals seek to transform Ukraine into “the most prominent IT hub in Europe.” Diia.City is well on its way, hosting more than 400 companies, with 330 of them becoming Diia.City “residents” amid the war. In total, the Ukraine government reports that over 33,000 IT specialists work in Diia.City.

Of course, undoubtedly carefully devised, Diia didn’t appear out of nowhere. Almost a decade ago, the groundwork was laid for Diia to become a global digital powerhouse. According to USAID, in 2016, the Government of Ukraine, in close partnership with USAID and no doubt to the exhilaration of the WEF, took steps to enable Diia to become what it is today—”through investments in digital public infrastructure, cybersecurity and data privacy, laws and regulations, strengthening and expanding skills of government officials, and engagement with citizens and civil society.” In other words, the blueprint for the implementation of the 4IR. Oh, and Ukraine will receive tens of millions of dollars as other nations launch its Diia app.

Thus, with its Ukraine digital model in place and partners like Visa, Google, and Amazon on board, USAID asserts that Diia has distinguished Ukraine as a “world leader in e-government innovation.” Together, Ukraine and USAID—in an effort to “provide safe public and private services, reduce corruption, and foster citizen engagement in political processes”—plan to swiftly share their technology with other countries, including the underlying infrastructure, processes, systems, and approaches that have made it achievable. On May 23, 2023, speaking of the U.S.-Ukraine Innovation Partnership and the First Phase of Countries in its Digital Transformation Initiative, USAID Administrator Samantha Power (who served on the National Security Council and as the U.S. Ambassador to the UN in the Obama administration) remarked:

“Together, we are sending the world a clear message. When democracies are challenged—when we are tested—we work together, share great ideas, and invest in each other’s futures. We unleash the incredible innovation and insight of our citizens to solve tough problems and make people’s lives better. And in so doing, we emerge stronger than ever.”

Indeed, moving the world a step closer toward its target of a society manipulated by Smart Cities and, to a greater extent, the deep state, the WEF will establish its GovTech center in Kyiv, a deal signed by Børge Brende, President of the World Economic Forum and Mykhailo Fedorov, Deputy Prime Minister for Innovation, Development of Education, Science and Technology, and Minister of Digital Transformation, Ukraine. The objective to establish a GovTech center in Ukraine comes a day after the WEF and GovTech Campus Deutschland announced the establishment of a Global Government Technology Centre in Berlin. The partnership makes Ukraine the second country to host a GovTech center within the WEF’s C4IR Network. Fedorov explained that the digital transformation of Ukraine is focused on removing the role of human agency in services where corruption risks are the highest. In a presentation last year laying out “a utopian picture of a Ukraine transformed by Diia by 2030,” Fedorov described the WEF dream hereafter he envisions:

“Ukraine now has the most affordable e-residency. Ukraine ranks first in the world by the number of startups per capita. Ukrainian courts are guided by artificial intelligence, and all notarial acts take place online. Ukrainian customs is fully automatic and the fastest in the world. Customs clearance and car registration can now be done in three clicks from your smartphone. Because of war and internal migration, we have built…flexible modern digital education. Brave military and civilians get quality treatment with modern remote monitoring and e-health systems.”

The future Ukraine sure sounds like a state actor satisfying the WEF, UN, WHO, and Bill Gates (among others) deep state directives while marching toward transhumanism. Fedorov’s vision explains why the WEF and USAID are facilitating Ukraine’s march towards digitization as a prototype for the globe. But how does technology remedy corruption, especially in one of the most corrupt nations in the world? Noting that “the New World Order” runs through Ukraine, journalist Leo Hohmann perfectly summed up why we should all be doubting WEF’s 2024 Davos theme of “Rebuilding Trust,” which highlights Ukraine and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Importantly, USAID’s Ambassador Power worked hard under Obama to negotiate and implement the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (which count on the “Digital Age” for a rapid trajectory) and recently met with Bill Gates and Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla to accelerate obtaining them. Hohmann reminded his audience that WEF’ers are the “worst kind of globalist,” explaining:

“Is it making more sense now why the WEF Western puppet leaders in Washington, London, Ottawa, Paris, Geneva, and Berlin are so dead set on defending Ukraine against Russian “aggression?” The cumulative West led by Washington and London has invested in provoking this aggression since the early 2000s when George W. Bush began wooing Ukraine into the Western orbit of NATO.

The New World Order runs through Ukraine. It is one of the main nerve centers of globalism, sex trafficking, U.S.-controlled biolabs, and money laundering for the rich and powerful. They can’t lose it, and they will send millions of their own people into the meat grinder to die defending it. As soon as they run what’s left of the Ukrainians through that meat grinder, you will see them sending Americans, Brits, Germans, and Frenchmen—bank on it.”

Interestingly, in a move certainly intended to promote Diia to U.S. lawmakers last year, Power insisted that Ukraine’s Diia app—and the unprecedented insight it provided on how USAID funds are distributed—helped to ease lawmakers’ concerns over giving USAID over $20 billion in development and humanitarian assistance from Congress for Ukraine since “the invasion.” “One of the things Congress has given USAID since this full-scale invasion began is an unprecedented amount of money in direct budget support, which sounds kind of obvious—of course, we want to do that, we want to stand with Ukraine—but [this kind of investment is] totally unprecedented,” Power stated at the time, referencing the digital transparency trail supposedly provided by Diia, thus eliminating corruption. But can a digital app eliminate corruption when corruption is the motive in the first place? Seems unlikely. Unfortunately, the evil at play will no doubt flourish if and when society is digitally tied to a government-run app. And this dystopian nightmare is right around the corner.

With eyes wide open, the Diia app’s diabolical targeted use is already conspicuous. For example, despite being developed by the U.S. for Ukraine to digitize Zelenskyy’s nation and then transform the world, the Diia app is only used for some U.S. aid to Ukraine (according to Power, it tracks USAID funding). Yet, a January 10, 2024, watchdog report disclosed that the Pentagon failed to properly track more than $1 billion of military equipment sent to Ukraine. And although USAID reports Ukraine’s Diia.City and IT sector is flourishing and the all-encompassing Diia app is a huge success, the war-torn nation was also delinquent in updating its database to monitor what it received from the U.S. accurately.

If eliminating government corruption and transparency is the objective—and Ukraine is the glorious model—the writing is on the wall. We are being played. What’s more, this failure to report American taxpayer money is despite the cutting-edge abilities of uber tech-savvy digital Minister of Digital Transformation Fedorov. None of it makes sense. It’s pure chaos. Hohmann was right when he remarked:

“Make no mistake: the “GovTech” agenda is the same as the Luciferian agenda to create a high-tech oligarchy on a global scale. This system, if successful, will mean human beings get massively depopulated and those who are left are transformed into totally controlled transhumans living under the 24/7 watchful eye of the digital beast system run by artificial intelligence and WEF’ers associated with Big Government and Big Corporations.”





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Tracy Beanz is an investigative journalist with a focus on corruption. She is known for her unbiased, in-depth coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. She hosts the Dark to Light podcast, found on all major video and podcasting platforms. She is a bi-weekly guest on the Joe Pags Radio Show, has been on Steve Bannon’s WarRoom and is a frequent guest on Emerald Robinson’s show. Tracy is Editor-in-chief at