Banks say "Cash no more"

Discussion in 'Events' started by Abdicate, Apr 30, 2015.


    While they do this to "protect" us, and maybe that's true to a certain degree, the fact is, now anyone who wants to use cash will pretty much have prove you're not a terrorist by showing your ID. So now ID fraud will explode and the banks will have to develop other means of fraud prevention - implanted chip? That's what the new Net Neutrality law wants...

    A few years back, the White House had a brilliant idea: Why not create a single, secure online ID that Americans could use to verify their identity across multiple websites, starting with local government services. The New York Times described it at the time as a “driver’s license for the internet.”

    Estonia already has one and it's so popular, they're issuing them to foreigners too!

    Very sad. Guilty until proven innocent.
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  2. Mmmm, and so we get closer and closer...
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  3. Wow... what the bible says about the end times is really starting to come together now.
  4. It is scary, but we need to make sure we don't turn into the people who were scared of 2000. We can only assume, but we can't say this is end times since only God (YHVH) knows when that time is. Maybe it'll be a tool, or maybe there will be something different used.

    Whatever it is, I think there needs to be less technology. I don't want to have a chip in me.

    I'm glad I won't be around to experience the horribleness on earth after we go to YHVH.

    But I'm glad its happening. Living life in heaven will be so wonderful.
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  5. As someone who this year is the victim of tax identity theft - someone efiled a false tax return with the IRS using my SSN - I don't have a problem with a standardized way to prove our identity in cyberspace. Something has to be done. Identity theft is rampant. As long as it is not a mark on or in my person. Just because I am a Christian doesn't mean that I have to fear science and technology. As a matter of fact, I am in the technology field. There were Christians back in the 70's who feared the bar code too, saying that it was going to be the mark of the beast. For or against it, I don't see how anyone can equate the Net Neutrality law with implanted chips. The FCC ruled in favor of net neutrality by reclassifying broadband access as a telecommunications service.
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  6. I don't fear technology either, just having something in me like that! I don't have 100% trust in the system, so I would be scared the wrong people would get my information or be able to track me if something happened. Though my phone might be trackable, I can easily toss it aside.

    I would be worried to that putting something in the body like that could hurt us, though people do get pacers in their hearts
  7. Technology isn't the mark of the beast...
  8. That's good, because I'd be screwed if it was.
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  9. No, not technology, but something in technology can be used by the beast. I do not care of the world turn to one monetary system, or one requiring you to have the mark of the beast to trade. I know that the God who loves me, the one who brought me this far will lead me and all the others like me forward, and provide a way. No need to worry about food or clothes, He has it for us already.
    The devil's teeth have been taken out long ago, is he going to gum you to bits? That old serpent stands defeated, no matter what the conditions on earth.
  10. It already happens today, to millions of people, of which I am one. Even if you don't personally use any of the technology yourself, your information can still be obtained. My SSN and other info got compromised as part of a breach of my health insurers computers by hackers. Even if I didn't have a cell phone or use a computer or credit cards, I still would have been compromised, just from my having health insurance.

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