Nothing was ever the same after a health crisis that hit our planet in 2020, millions of people died, and global security became a priority issue to safeguard the existence of humanity.
Thus, the UN and the WHO prioritized the creation of the World Organization for Security and Humanitarian Welfare (WOSHW) to integrate a Supreme Body for global surveillance, security and protection, with the support of the different countries and governments of the world. The key items of this organization’s bylaws enacted within the framework of the “Atlantic-Pacific” agreement are as follows:
1. Providing a link through a centralized “core” system with all the security and intelligence systems of the different countries.
2. The purpose of item 1 is to have real-time access to open and transparent information for the prevention of any kind of violence and insecurity worldwide. Wars are over.
3. Deployment of police robots, which use artificial intelligence in connection with the Central System to analyze and monitor violent habits, practices, customs, behaviors and thoughts in the population at a global level. These police officers will be installed at key points in each region.
4. Deployment of systematized alerts through a Central System to the different levels of government (Local, State, Federal), as well as to the NON-robot police officers of each entity, for the prevention of all kinds of crimes.
5. Connection with the different Global Health Systems through the Central System to detect information related to the purchase and sale of substances and formulas that might pose threats against humanity.
6. Real-time sharing of information about vaccines and drugs for the prevention and eradication of diseases that could potentially be pandemic and deadly for humanity.
Police robots may be assigned ground and/or air surveillance tasks.
The world has changed; the unilateral interests of the different countries are no longer the priority. Now the essential interest is to preserve the well-being and health of the inhabitants of our planet...