For now, conspiracy theorists are at a loss as the Brave New World that was promised for 1984 is finally arriving, although with some delay.
“Very bad news. The European Parliament and the Member States have just reached an agreement on the introduction of Digital Identity”.
This was stated by Dutch MEP Rob Ross and vice-president of the Group of European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR).
He said: “immediately afterwards, EU Commissioner Breton said: ‘Now that we have a digital identity wallet, we have to put something in it.’
They ignored all the privacy experts and security experts. Some are suffocating. I’m not optimistic. But it’s not too late yet. Parliament now still has to vote about this. Let your MEP know that you oppose Digital Identity and that you want your MEP to vote against it.”
The European digital identity will be available to EU citizens, residents and businesses who wish to identify themselves or confirm certain personal information. It can be used for both online and offline public and private services across the EU.
Every EU citizen residing in the Union will be able to use a personal digital wallet.
The European Commission will provide a prototype of an EU Digital Identity (EUDI) wallet, as defined in the proposed European Digital Identity Regulation. The aim of the proposal is to enable European citizens and businesses to exchange identity data in a secure and convenient way.
The original wallet, purchased under the Digital Europe program:
• serves to test and update the specifications developed by Member States in close cooperation with the Commission, as a common EU toolbox for the implementation of the EU digital identity wallet;
• will be tested in a series of large-scale pilot projects covering various sectors, such as healthcare, financial services, education and transport;
• will be made available for further use by Member States, pilot projects and other contributors as open source.
An initial version of the reference application is to be made available on Github together with the first full version of the EU common toolkit for implementing the EU digital identity wallet in September 2023.
Other Use Cases
1. Access government services: Secure access to digital public services, such as applying for a passport or driver’s license, filing taxes, or accessing social security information.
2. Bank account opening: Verify the user’s identity when opening an online bank account, eliminating the need for the user to repeatedly provide personal information
3. SIM registration: Proof of identity for the purposes of prepaid and post-paid SIM card contracts (registration and activation), reducing fraud and costs for mobile network operators.
4. Driver’s License: The storage and presentation of the driver’s license in both online and physical interactions of the driver in question who provides his license at the roadside.
5. Signing contracts: Create secure digital signatures for signing contracts online, eliminating the need for paper documents and physical signatures.
6. Claiming prescriptions: Providing prescription details to pharmacies and initiating the dispensing of medical products.
7. Travel: Present information from travel documents (eg user’s passport, visa and others), allowing quick and easy access when going through airport security and customs.
8. Organizational digital identities: As a wanderer you are a legal representative of an organization.
9. Payments: Verifying the user’s identity when initiating an online payment.
10. Education Credential: Proof of educational credentials such as diplomas, degrees and certificates that facilitate applying for jobs or further education.
11. Access to social security benefits: An EU digital identity wallet can be used to securely access a user’s social security information and benefits, such as retirement or disability benefits. It can also be used to facilitate free movement by storing documents such as the European Health Insurance Card.
The ultimate goal is to grant a secure European digital identity (e-identity) to all EU citizens, throughout its territory and for all their activities, which will include means of digital identification, electronic signatures, document validation, which will allow citizens full control over the management of their data, but the problem will be who will manage this huge amount of data and for what purposes.
Identities and 666
In the 13th chapter in the Apocalypse, the Spirit of God says that the beast, which rises from the sea (the sea is the people), will force “the small and the great, the rich and the poor, the free and the slave to make a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, so that no one can sell or buy except those who have the mark. And the mark will have the number 666.
Today, attempts are being made to do this in principle with digital identities. Those who do not have them will not be able to sell or buy. In other words, they become marginal in society. In addition, the IDs, like all products, contain the 666 in the barcode.
It is understood that the “identities” are the last step before the mark on the hand or on the forehead. If the “organization”, which until now was hidden from people and now wants to emerge as a world state, imposes the new identities from there on, the mark would be an easy task to follow.
For 1,900 years, exactly what is being practiced today has been described before. The description of the Apocalypse is so impressive that everyone should be concerned, not just conscious Christians. We are supposed to live not only in the age of science and knowledge but in the age of “information”. And yet such impressive and important information from experienced people not only does not trouble us as much as it should, but we try to discredit it as worthless and suitable for the dumb, regressive and reactionary.
Therefore, the new “luminaries” suggest that we believe them and forget the above. But if we accept this attitude, it means that we have divorced history and elementary logic.
Not knowing isn’t so bad. Thinking that you know and not asking and, moreover, vilifying those who know is a big cancel problem for democracy.
It goes without saying that the above does not exhaust either the subject of prophecy – Revelation or the subject of “new” identities. As far as we are concerned, we are contributing to the public what we know well and fulfilling our democratic duty. From then on, everyone is responsible for their choices.