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America Is Not the Land of the Free nor Is It Home to the Brave Anymore, Birth Pains….

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So you were worried about a national ID card, but forgot that basically you have that in a Social Security card, albeit a little outdated?  Well, not to fear, Big Brother is here and beginning next year, the feds are going to be requiring you to have your papers ready to board a plane or enter a Federal government facility.

The American Institute for Economic Research has the story.  Peter C. Earle writes:

The deadline of yet another, and perhaps the most insidious, element of the post-9/11 initiatives (a partial list of which includes the establishment of the Transportation Security Agency, the Department of Homeland Security, and a never-ending international war against a nebulously-defined, noncorporeal enemy, “terror”) is less than one year from coming to fruition. Beginning no later than October 1, 2020, citizens of all US states and territories will be required to have a Real ID-compliant card or US passport to board a commercial plane or enter a Federal government facility. Pundits citing the inevitability of what amounts to a national ID card have, regrettably, been vindicated.

To be sure, some states have resisted, but dependence upon Federal aid and other programs administered from Washington D.C. makes their ultimate surrender and compliance inevitable. 

Looking back, Social Security Numbers and the cards bearing them broke ground for the path to a national identification system — thank you, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. For decades there have been pointed reminders that the cards were intended to be account numbers and not integrated into a government registry of American citizens. 

Repeated efforts, starting in the 1970s, to forge identifiers from the Social Security system have been rebuffed: in 1971, 1973, and 1976. The Reagan Administration indicated its “explicit oppos[tion]” to a national identification system. Both the Clinton healthcare reform plan (1993) and a provision of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 requiring Social Security Numbers on driver’s licenses were rejected (the latter in 1999) to some extent upon the basis of tacitly constituting national identifiers for Americans.

There is any number of reasons why the alleged tradeoff between liberty and security that a national ID card represents is being misrepresented. Any system designed, maintained, and run by human beings is ultimately flawed, and in any case corruptible. The existing documents from which the information fed into the Real ID program are eminently vulnerable to forgery. To provide just one example: tens (perhaps hundreds) of thousands of Americans don’t have verifiable, “official” birth certificates.

And people can become radicalized after being issued their Real ID card. 

The Real ID also represents the “last mile” in the ability of the state to track individuals in real-time. With various electronic, social media, and cellphone tracking measures, there is always a delay; and one can choose not to use social media, not to own a cellphone, and opt into other methods of extricating oneself from the prying eyes of the NSA or other government agencies. But the Real ID — in particular, coupled with biometrics — fulfills Orwellian conceptions of the total surveillance state. 

The irony here? Conservatives used to oppose this kind of tyranny and government manipulation.  Not anymore.

They often side with their political idol in favor of tyranny believing that their guy won’t use it against them and that it will only be the “other” party’s guy that will do that.

Therein lies the trap that is set for Americans.

So, how did we get here?  Jason Litalien writes at Iapp:

On May 11, 2005, the ‘‘Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, 2005,” Public Law 109-13, was enacted. The law appropriated funding for the “Global War on Terror,” addressed various topics concerning the State Department, allocated funding for tsunami relief, and created a requirement that states comply with the Real ID Act of 2005.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security website states that REAL ID is a coordinated effort by the states and the federal government to improve the reliability and accuracy of state-issued identification documents, which should inhibit terrorists’ ability to evade detection by using fraudulent identification. The Secretary of Homeland Security reviews each state’s IDs and determines if they meet the minimum standard, and then the Secretary certifies the state as compliant.

The requirements include things we expect to see on an ID, like name, address, gender, signature, and a digital photo. The Act also requires that before a state issues an ID, they must verify the person’s lawful status in order to prevent undocumented aliens from receiving IDs. States are required to use a federal system called the “Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements” to verify a person’s status.

The Act also lists specific requirements the states must adhere to in order to have their IDs certified: States must take digital photos and store an electronic copy of the photo in a transferable format. They must retain paper source documents for seven years and electronic copies for 10 years. It is now mandatory to use facial recognition image capture for all applicants and the image will be stored even if the applicant is denied an ID. States must verify Social Security numbers, verify that applicants gave up their driver’s license in their prior state of residence, ensure the physical security of the location where IDs are produced, and require appropriate security clearances for anyone who produces the IDs.

That was only the camel’s nose under the tent….

While the Associated Press’ Ted S. Warren writes that you won’t need one of these domestic passports to travel by car, the qualifier for that is “yet.”

You can be sure that once people are comfortable settling into this, which will only take a couple of years, it will then go into effect in trains and buses and eventually your personal vehicle.

Earle warns:

Expect it, over time, to be leveraged against individuals with outstanding traffic tickets, tax disputes, child or spousal support arrears, or behind on loan payments. Access to national parks and historic sites may be tied to it. Recent proposals pushing compulsory voting are a step closer to realization and enforcement with the establishment of a mandatory government ID card.

Indeed: the worst US government infringements upon the lifeliberty, and the much referred to “pursuit of happiness” of American citizens over the last two centuries — and mostly within the last two decades — will be vastly easier and more efficient to accomplish with the imposition of a mandatory identification requirement.

The fact that a domestic travel passport is being forced on the populace without even a burp is a tale-tell sign that America is not the land of the free nor is it home to the brave anymore.  It has become an ignorant, group of sheep ready to be shared. Source

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“[G]overnment Tyranny Is Routine In Human History,” No Place To Hide – Facial Recognition Technology, The Beast?

Many people over the years have proposed that there would be an increase in technology as the end times approach. Among those espousing this view were renowned scientists Isaac Newton and Francis Bacon. On the frontispiece of Bacon’s Instauratio Magna, ships of learning were depicted passing by the limits of human knowledge, with a quote in Latin from Daniel 12:4. In more recent times, this belief has been supported in books like Future Shock by Alvin Toffler and The Bible Code by Michael Drosnin.

In Future Shock, first published in 1970, Toffler described the results of the rapid advancement of technology he had observed in the 1950s and 1960s. As technology brought ever faster changes in society, certain people were left on the sidelines, unable to cope with the speed of change. That stress and disorientation in people were dubbed “future shock.” Toffler did not attempt to use the Bible in his work, but the concept of future shock was alluded to in works like Hal Lindsey’s Late Great Planet Earth, which was also published in 1970. Mr. Lindsey has made frequent mention of Daniel 12:4 as a prophecy of this rapid technological advance.

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Facial recognition holds the promise of an incredible leap forward in law enforcement but backward in individual rights. No longer will oppressive governments need to employ human watchers to monitor video footage. 
Now highly accurate computer algorithms, monitoring tens or even hundreds of millions of video feeds, match patterns of facial geometry to identify individuals, even if beards or makeup are used. A criminal suspect shows his face on a public street, at a shopping mall, in a bank or at a bus stop and an alert can immediately go out to summon police for arrest. 


Tellingly, the same system can be used against terrorists, political dissidents, union leaders, human rights protestors, members of the press, the poor, or ethnic minorities. As Paul Harvey used to say, you can run, but you can’t hide.


Though China has made the hardest push for ubiquitous surveillance through its vast network of cameras linked in real-time to computer-based facial recognition, it is far from alone. The NYPD has been attempting to gain access to the state database of facial recognition information collected for driver’s licenses. 
The NYPD’s Real Time Crime Center and Facial Identification Sections are not satisfied with using only the facial scans of those it has arrested but wants to link every driving adult to its camera-equipped system, the vast majority without ever having been arrested. Thousands of cameras now installed at NYC intersections, tunnels and public buildings are feeding data into automatic facial recognition systems similar to those in Communist China.
As a precursor to real-time facial recognition powered by machine algorithms, Georgetown University’s Center on Privacy and Technology revealed in 2016 that 26 states are already sharing facial recognition data collected on driver’s licenses and 16 of those also share with the FBI, meaning that roughly half of the adult population can already be identified through facial recognition, though only upon arrest at this point. Source

As you step out of your apartment in the morning, the camera at the entrance records your departure. Cameras track you as you drive your car to work. As you walk down the street from the car park to your office, cameras track your movements. Monitoring software follows you from one camera to the next. You walk past a police officer. He wears sunglasses, not because it’s bright outside, but because the glasses contain cameras connected to facial recognition software.

Once at the office, a camera outside the building alerts both the government and your employer that you’ve arrived.

As you log on to your computer, the government records your web browsing. The information forms a “citizen score.” Your score suffers when you visit sites that criticize the government when you leave comments that are insufficiently supportive of government leaders and policies, or if you buy the wrong thing online.

This dystopian total surveillance state sounds far-fetched, like an idea for a fictional Hollywood movie. But it’s not.

Each of these surveillance tactics is being tested in pilot schemes in China right now. And the Chinese aren’t the only ones under surveillance.

Sharp Eyes

It may be hard to take the idea of such centralized control seriously; after all, we’ve heard warnings about it for years. George Orwell described “Big Brother,” the all-seeing government, way back in 1949. His book is titled 1984, but in 2018, Big Brother is still not here.

Those who lived behind the Iron Curtain, however, had a different experience. In East Germany, 2.5 percent of the population spied on the rest. Germans had to watch what they said in public, and even in private, in case the Stasi was listening. Say the wrong thing or hang out with the wrong people, and you could find yourself the victim of a government-sponsored harassment campaign. Or worse, in jail.

Now, however, we have reached a new era where technology has made mass surveillance easier than ever before.

1984-style surveillance state requires the linkage of millions of cameras and the transmission and storage of masses of data. Fiber-optic networks send data at light speed, and petabytes of information are stored with ease. Facial recognition software and machine learning mean that one person can track thousands.

And China is leading the way.

“Surveillance technologies are giving the government a sense that it can finally achieve the level of control over people’s lives that it aspires to,” said Adrian Zenz, a German academic who writes about China.

“Sharp Eyes” is the Chinese government’s most ambitious initiative. It aims to link up the millions of security cameras already present in China into a single nationwide surveillance platform. This includes the government cameras already on streets and shops, as well as private cameras. Official documents state that they aim for an “omnipresent, fully networked, always working and fully controllable” surveillance system by 2020.

China is running a pilot scheme for this “omnipresent” system in Chongqing. There, housing complexes unlock with a facial scan. The resident doesn’t have to fumble with his keys, but this means the government is tracking who goes in and out. Policemen at computer screens fellow citizens as they walk through the streets, using cameras and facial recognition software. They track criminals—and anyone who associates with them.

“Police Cloud” is a related project that aims to collect citizens’ online information and government data, and link it to their ID cards and their faces. An individual’s shopping receipts, browsing history, medical and criminal records, and social media comments are all collated and linked to his or her face.

According to Chinese government documents, these surveillance tactics will be used to monitor criminals, which include those who undermine Chinese stability or have “extreme thoughts.”

Another pilot scheme ties a lot of this data into a “citizen score.” A high score could result in better government services and more travel opportunities. And who determines the threshold below which the government may begin taking punitive measures?

The face-recognizing sunglasses are real, too. Railway police are testing them in Zhengzhou.

The Washington Post wrote in January that “the Chinese government is working hand-in-glove with the country’s tech industry, from established giants to plucky start-ups staffed by graduates from top American universities and former employees of companies like Google and Microsoft, who seem cheerfully oblivious to concerns they might be empowering a modern surveillance state.

“China seeks to achieve several interlocking goals: to dominate the global artificial-intelligence industry, to apply big data to tighten its grip on every aspect of society and to maintain surveillance of its population more effectively than ever before” (January 7).

In December, China demonstrated this technology to the BBC. In the city of Guiyang, police have the face of every resident on record. The police found and mock-arrested the BBC’s reporter: It took them only seven minutes.

This surveillance reaches its most extreme form in the Muslim-majority province of Xinjiang. Here the Chinese government struggles with some dissent. Xinjiang authorities have not implemented some of these measures, but they have cameras everywhere. In the provincial capital of Ürümqi, security checkpoints and id scanners guard the roads and train station. Cameras track citizens’ movements everywhere. Police carry devices to access residents’ smartphones and search them for dissenting content or banned chat apps. To fill up with gas, you must swipe your id card and look into a camera. To buy a knife, your identification information must first be stamped into the blade in the form of a QR code.

Fall afoul of the authorities and you could be barred from traveling or sent to one of the “study and training centers”—behind barbed wire, concrete walls, and watchtowers.

A Danger to the West

When a government possesses this kind of power, it is certain to abuse it. Orwell described his dystopian future as “a boot stamping on a human face—forever.” The increasing use of surveillance technology in China is curtailing freedoms, and indications are the trend will continue. How can there be real freedom of thought or association when the government tracks what you say and who you associate with, and punishes you if it does not approve?

But surely such a thing could never happen in the West?

China is and always has been different from the West in fundamental ways. Its 20th-century embrace of communism has given the government of the world’s most populous nation enormous powers over the populace. Freedom of speech, popular sovereignty, and individual rights are not a part of Red China’s mode of operation. Because of this, the government directly or indirectly runs most of the nation’s big businesses.

China claims to have facial recognition software far more sophisticated than that used by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. According to the Washington Post, experts believe this is probably true. “More than anything else, experts say, deep learning technologies need huge amounts of data to come up with accurate algorithms,” it wrote. “China has more data than anywhere else in the world and fewer constraints about mining it from its citizens.”

But in terms of surveillance hardware, the West is ahead of China. America has more Cctv cameras per head than China does. The United Kingdom stores 30 million to 40 million images of vehicle license plates every day, tracking the movements of most of the country’s population.

The biggest difference in the U.S. and UK is that surveillance is not used in the same heavy-handed way China does, even though your government may already be spying on you through your webcam, running facial recognition, and tracking your car far more than you realize (see Robert Morley’s article “Is the Government Reading Your E-mail?

Throughout history, governments have wanted to control their citizens—and have used every possible tool to do so.

As far back as ancient Rome, Cicero complained about the government reading his mail. Caligula and Nero both used surveillance as part of their reigns of terror over the Roman aristocracy. It’s easy to imagine either of these tyrants becoming a Joseph Stalin if he had Stalin’s highly organized state and the technology at his disposal.

“[G]overnment tyranny is routine in human history,” writes Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry in his booklet America Under Attack. “Let’s not be naive and think something like that could never happen here. Our forefathers weren’t stupid. They wanted to guarantee Americans’ freedom. They really knew that God is a God of freedom; He wants us to be free. That’s a gift from God, and they understood that!”

Man has never invented a weapon he has not used. And man has never invented a surveillance technique that governments have not used.

America’s Founders designed a Constitution that limited government power. They knew that the human heart is naturally evil and that those who hold the most power over other people’s lives would quickly turn this power into tyranny if they are not held in check by law. But most of that constraint has eroded. The philosophical, political and technological potential for a surveillance state exists in nations throughout the West.

‘The Mark of the Beast’

History and an understanding of human nature tell us that these techniques could be used anywhere. But biblical prophecy gives a more specific warning.

It tells of a time coming when no man can “buy or sell” without the approval of a central government (Revelation 13:17).

The Bible calls this stamp of approval “the mark of the beast.” It is a mark of religious observance—compliance with the state-approved religion.

It is easy to see how a China-style surveillance state could enforce such a policy. Refuse this mark, and you appear on the list of people not permitted to hold a job and unable to buy goods or food at the shops.

Herbert W. Armstrong wrote, “In this scriptural usage, the expression ‘buy or sell’ more literally indicates being able to buy—not that stores or those from whom one might make purchases of the necessities of life would refuse to accept the money, but that the one refusing the ‘mark’ would not be able to buy, would not be able to earn a living, to earn a wage or salary, or to engage himself in business” (Who or What Is the Prophetic Beast?). So this prophecy could be fulfilled without a surveillance state. But mass surveillance would make it much easier. And when you see how European powers have acted throughout history, a surveillance state is likely.

History is full of religions using surveillance to enforce their beliefs. The BBC even noted in its history of government spying, “In the Middle Ages, the Roman Catholic Church was more powerful than most governments—and it had a powerful surveillance network to match” (Nov. 1, 2013).

Nothing brings out a government’s passion to control what people say and think as religion does.

In A History of Christianity, Paul Johnson describes the Catholic Church’s dogged pursuit of “thought crimes”—another term popularized by Orwell. In this pursuit, the church violated “town charters, written and customary laws, and virtually every aspect of established jurisprudence,” he writes.

What would such an organization do with modern surveillance technology?

Mr. Armstrong proved in his booklet Who or What Is the Prophetic Beast?that this “mark” refers to Sunday observance. The religious power in Europe will require everyone to keep Sunday.

Imagine, then, this scenario. Cameras outside of churches record all who attend. Miss a service and you can expect to explain yourself to the authorities. The government monitors mobile phone signals: Too many in an office could mean that some are breaking the law and working on Sunday. Dashcams automatically record anyone spotted working outside.

Get caught, and your bank account is nullified. You lose your job. You cannot buy or sell. Try to get around this and the police will track you down. With cameras everywhere, there is nowhere to hide.

Phone signals are monitored every other day of the week. At large gatherings, the police can remotely turn on the microphone and listen to all that is said. If it’s an illegal religious service, the police are there within minutes.

Does all this sound like a dystopian nightmare? Again, today’s technology makes all of this possible already. Source

In December 2018, the White House announced that President Trump had sent Congress a  classified “National Strategy to Combat Terrorist Travel”.

Two months later, in February 2019, the White House released both this “National Strategy to Combat Terrorist Travel” (supposedly assigned in December 2018, and with no indication that it had ever been classified) and a companion “National Strategy for Aviation Security” (also unclassified and dated December 2018).

Together, these two documents give an overview of both the extent and the manner in which the US government intends — and believes that it has the authority — to surveil all travelers, monitor and log all movement of persons in the US and worldwide, and exercise administrative prior restraint over all such travel based on extrajudicial “pre-crime” predictions.

Nowhere in either of these vision statements is there any mention of the First Amendment, the right of the people peaceably to assemble, the right to travel, or international human rights treaties.

Nor is there any mention of existing legal means for restricting movement through court orders (injunctions or restraining orders), of judicial review of administrative controls, or indeed of any role at all for the courts.

While these documents were signed by President Trump, they express goals that have been pursued by both Republican and Democratic administrations.

Here are some of the main themes in these road maps for government action:

In December 2018, the White House announced that President Trump had sent Congress a  classified “National Strategy to Combat Terrorist Travel”.

Two months later, in February 2019, the White House released both this “National Strategy to Combat Terrorist Travel” (supposedly assigned in December 2018, and with no indication that it had ever been classified) and a companion “National Strategy for Aviation Security” (also unclassified and dated December 2018).

Together, these two documents give an overview of both the extent and the manner in which the US government intends — and believes that it has the authority — to surveil all travelers, monitor and log all movement of persons in the US and worldwide, and exercise administrative prior restraint over all such travel based on extrajudicial “pre-crime” predictions.

Nowhere in either of these vision statements is there any mention of the First Amendment, the right of the people peaceably to assemble, the right to travel, or international human rights treaties.

Nor is there any mention of existing legal means for restricting movement through court orders (injunctions or restraining orders), of judicial review of administrative controls, or indeed of any role at all for the courts.

While these documents were signed by President Trump, they express goals that have been pursued by both Republican and Democratic administrations.

Selling the Idea of the Mark of the Beast Moving into High Gear…**

This video offers the following advantages for anyone who has agreed to allow an RFID chip to be implanted.

  1. Doctors in an emergency room can quickly identify the victim and see his/her medical history, thus enabling them to more quickly take life-saving action
  2. For Elderly people who cannot remember to take their medications
  3. A grandfather declares that he took an RFID chip because he is “in love with his children’s children”! Tugging at the heartstrings.
  4. Because a young man wants to take better care of his elderly Mom
  5. A man with Diabetes touts the efficiency of RFID chip in helping him take his medicine as he is supposed to take it.
  6. Finally, the Emergency Room doctor comes on the screen to tell us all that he appreciates it very much when the people whose bodies land on the E.R. gurney have had an RFID chip implanted.

The Mark of the Beast (VeriChip) Can Detect Swine Flu…

(Reuters) – Shares of VeriChip Corp tripled after the company said it had been granted an exclusive license to two patents, which will help it to develop implantable virus detection systems in humans.

The patents, held by VeriChip partner Receptors LLC, relate to biosensors that can detect the H1N1 and other viruses, and biological threats such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, VeriChip said in a statement.

The technology will combine with VeriChip’s implantable radio frequency identification devices to develop virus triage detection systems.

The triage system will provide multiple levels of identification — the first will identify the agent as virus or non-virus, the second level will classify the virus and alert the user to the presence of pandemic threat viruses and the third level will identify the precise pathogen, VeriChip said in a white paper published May 7, 2009.

Shares of VeriChip were up 186 percent at $3.28 Monday late afternoon trade on Nasdaq. They had touched a year high of $3.43 earlier in the session.

MSN Money Says With the Mark of the Beast It Will be Easy to Pay with a Wave of Your Hand…

NEWS BRIEF: “Pay with a wave of your hand?”, MSN Money, 9/11/2009

It’s a simple concept, really: You inject a miniature radio frequency identifier the size of a grain of rice between your thumb and forefinger and, with a wave of your hand, unlock doors, turn on lights, start your car or pay for your drinks at an ultrachic nightspot.

The problem is, the whole concept is a little geeky for most of us, nauseating for some, Orwellian for a few and even apocalyptic for a smattering of religious fundamentalists.

Forget the science of it — and yes, it does work remarkably well. Forget the convenience of it. Forget that similar identifying technologies, from bar codes to mag stripes, overcame similar obstacles and are now ubiquitous.

Radiofrequency ID implants face a hurdle the others did not….

“There is sort of an icky quality to implanting something,” says Rome Jette, the vice president for smart cards at Versatile Card Technology, a Downers Grove, Ill., card manufacturer that ships 1.5 billion cards worldwide a year.

How RFID devices work
The RFID technology is un-yucky, however. The implanted tag — a passive RFID device consisting of a miniature antenna and chip containing a 16-digit identification number — is scanned by an RFID reader. Once verified, the number is used to unlock a database file, be it a medical record or payment information. Depending upon the application, a reader may verify tags at a distance of 4 inches up to about 30 feet. tldm.org

Here are some of the main themes in these road maps for government action:

  • Prohibition of anonymous travel and identification of all travelers: “GOAL 1: identity… TERRORISTS BEFORE THEY TRAVEL… Develop and maintain the equipment and technology necessary to validate passenger identities.”  Note that this goal extends to domestic travel, and is not limited to cross-border travel.
  • Dragnet (pervasive and suspicionless) surveillance of all movement of persons. Collect and retain as much information as possible, especially biometric, biographic,  and “derogatory” (but not exculpatory) information: “Improve and expand the collection of suspicious travel indicators and travel patterns; Improve functionality of identity-management systems and expand the collection and use of biometric, biographic, and derogatory data for vetting and screening.” “Domain awareness is heavily dependent on advanced information collection.”
  • Predictive “pre-crime” prior restraint and real-time control of travel: “Enhance and further automate recurrent traveler … vetting processes and capabilities … to accurately detect terrorists’ movements throughout their travel … lifecycle.” (“Vetting” is a euphemism for “fly/no-fly decision-making”.)
  • Seamless integration of government surveillance and control of travel with commercial transportation infrastructure. Sharing and common use of identification, biographic, and biometric data for government and commercial purposes. “[P]ublic and private sector entities must act in concert… [t]ogether, as one integrated system…. Domain awareness requires unprecedented cooperation and action among the public and private sectors.” The strategy documents say that the government should “reduce burdens on the private sector,” but there’s no mention of reducing burdens on individuals.
  • Unlimited extraterritorial jurisdiction over travel and travelers: “Guiding Principles: Identify and interdict terrorists as early as possible in the travel process to extend security efforts beyond the United States border.”
  • Globalization of US travel surveillance and control models: “Encourage and support efforts by foreign partners to bolster traveler screening, data collection, data analysis, and data sharing, including biometric and other traveler data, to improve capabilities to identify or detect terrorists.”
  • Policy laundering through international organizations: “The United States will cooperate with foreign partners to enhance international standards and best practices…. This will include initiatives pursued through international organizations that include private sector participation…. The United States Government will also promote the implementation of systems for the use of advance passenger information, passenger name records, and biometrics.” “Watchlisting” in this context is, as usual, a euphemism for blacklistingSource

The reality is that all our unique facial signatures are likely already in a database, whether government or corporate, and those databases are being linked, slowly at first, to automatic facial recognition systems through cameras popping up around major cities. 
There will soon be nowhere to hide. Comparisons to Orwell’s 1984 have become cliché by now, but what else can really be said except that Orwell never dreamed it would go this far.

Corruption is a state of decay, pollution, or incorrectness. In the Bible, corruption is one of the effects of sin that resulted from the fall of man. In the beginning, God created a perfect paradise, free of sickness, pain, and death. But when Adam and Eve disobeyed God by eating the forbidden fruit, sin entered the world, spoiling its perfection. That sin also brought contamination and decay to Adam and Eve and to the human nature of every person born after that (Romans 5:12). Thus, corruption in the Bible is the state of moral contamination and spiritual decay expressed through disobedience toward God.

Corruption is closely related to spiritual death. God told Adam that, if he ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, he would “surely die” (Genesis 2:17). Adam didn’t die a physical death that day but a spiritual one that involved separation from God (Ephesians 2:1–3).

 Matthew Henry’s Commentary (c. 1700) said, “Then this hidden treasure shall be opened, and many shall search into it, and dig for the knowledge of it, as for silver. They shall run to and fro, to enquire out copies of it, shall collate them, and see that they be true and authentic. They shall read it over and over, shall meditate upon it, and run it over in their minds.” 

Many passages of Scripture refer to what will happen at the end of the age, but no other passage seems to deal with increasing knowledge or technology as a sign for us. A greater sign is the advancement of the gospel which Jesus spoke of in Matthew 24:14 and which He commanded us to proclaim in Matthew 28:19-20. God’s goal for mankind isn’t to advance as far as we can or to know all we can discover, but rather that all should come to repentance (2 Peter 3:9). Source

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The Birth Pains Are Growing Stronger….

“Unless God has raised you up for this very thing, you will be worn out by the opposition of man and devils”…
My name is Steve Meyers and I need to share a vision and warning that the Lord showed me back in April 2007….

Many of you will ask why I waited so long to share the warning. I didn’t. I shared the story with everyone that would listen from pastors to friends to family to colleagues. Immediately following the initial vision, I called a close friend. I told him to sit down that I had something to tell him. I needed it documented as I knew this was supernatural and from God. As I witness events unfolding today, I need to share the vision again.

The risk of loss in trading futures and options on futures can be substantial. The author does not guarantee the accuracy of the above information, although it is believed that the sources are reliable and the information accurate. The author assumes no liability or responsibility for direct or indirect, special, consequential or incidental damages or for any other damages relating or arising out of any action taken as a result of any information or advice contained in this commentary. The author disclaims any express or implied liability or responsibility for any action taken, which is solely at the liability and responsibility of the user. Steve Meyers

The silencing of the American people before 2020?

“The human heart is an idol factory.”

The Un-Godly — Those That Suppress the Truth, the social media giants built multi-billion dollar empires by giving everyone a voice, but now that they have such a dominant position on the Internet they have decided that many prominent conservative voices should be completely silenced.

The Left, a broad term for Liberal Socialist Democrats that can only be explained fully by using the Bible explanation of the human race is as follows. A servant of Satan, because you are either saved or lost. This election has brought out the true nature of who you serve. Simply put, it’s Donald Trump, Conservatives, and Christians against the rest of the world. The Left’s Love applies only to those who believe as they do. They Love evil and commit Anarchy against those who love good. They are governed by lies and never tell the truth. On this Friday, Inaugural Day for the swearing-in of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States the Left wants to commit widespread Anarchy to shut down the swearing-in ceremony. Their goal of transforming America, which was founded in Judea Christian values into a Pagan Nation is almost complete. Their goal has always been the total removal of God from American society and the downfall of America. Donald Trump says he is a Presbyterian, but he left off the USA, an apostate church.

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Kanye West to Speak, Perform at Prosperity Preacher Joel Osteen’s Megachurch on Sunday

By StevieRay Hansen | November 13, 2019

The Bible tells us about a delusion, a delusion for those that worship a different god, in this case, the god of self… HOUSTON, Texas…

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As We, Witness Major Cities Throughout the World Come Undone, the stage is being set

By StevieRay Hansen | November 13, 2019

Next, the AntiChrist will appear with many empty promises, peace, and security, in reality, it’s the yoking of mankind… We are on the Doorstep of…

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Facebook Has Given Back the Narrative to the Global Elite

By StevieRay Hansen | November 12, 2019

The Elite meaning the Un-godly… For a technology and social media company that grew into a behemoth thanks entirely to the fact that it was…

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ONCE THE EVENTS OF THE END TIMES BEGIN, THEY WILL HAPPEN QUICKLY UPDATED: November 12, 2019, 12:11 PM

By StevieRay Hansen | November 12, 2019

As We, Witness Major Cities Throughout the World Come Undone, the stage is being set Next, the AntiChrist will appear with many empty promises, peace,…

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Fox News analyst Napolitano Questions Trump’s ‘Fitness for Office’

By StevieRay Hansen | November 12, 2019

They Want Pres. Trump Gone and Are Willing to Sell Their Souls for That Effort, the Ugliness Has Just Begun…. FNC’s Napolitano Questions Trump’s ‘Fitness…

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The “Ranch & Farm Apocalypse” Bankers Are Contributing to This Crisis…

By StevieRay Hansen | November 12, 2019

Banks are Denying Loans to Many of These Ranchers and Farmers, Meanwhile, money is flowing like wine on Wall Street thanks to the Federal Reserve….…

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Youtube Now Banning Doctors for Daring to Question Transgenderism…

By StevieRay Hansen | November 12, 2019

Trannies the New “Untouchables” Who Can Never Be Questioned…. Once again, the social media and tech behemoths, now that they’ve made it to the top…

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460,000 Missing Children in the USA Each Year — While the Entire Un-godly Media Protects Pedophiles

By StevieRay Hansen | November 12, 2019

America has lost its soul, its ability to fulfill its moral obligation, Children are a hot commodity in today’s society… Do you have any idea…

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LGBTQE – E for Evil, Now Claim That It’s “Bullying” to Not Want Young Children to Be Taught How to Have Anal Sex, Birth Pains

By StevieRay Hansen | November 11, 2019

Society has become so delusional that it stands idly by and watches parents abuse children in the name of transgender ideology. When societies’ moral compass…

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The Rank Hypocrisy of British and American Governments, they are going to kill Julian Assange like they killed Epstein

By StevieRay Hansen | November 11, 2019

Julian Assange exposes the corruption in our government, for that he must die…. A United Nations expert in torture diagnosis has in the past week…

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StevieRay Hansen

In his riveting memoir, "A Long Journey Home", StevieRay Hansen will lead you through his incredible journey from homeless kid to multimillionaire oilman willing to give a helping hand to other throwaway kids. Available on Amazon.

1 Comment

  1. Rocky on November 12, 2019 at 11:56 am

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A Long Journey Home

A book about a fourteen-year-old boy, the son of a Baptist pastor, thrown from his home at age 14. This boy, StevieRay, would later become a multimillionaire. Now he gives orphans a second chance at life.

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