“The Bible clearly tells us that one day “the mark” will be required identification for everyone, the technology for it is already here.” Admin
Imagine a world where you can finally afford to ignore the famous old slogan “don’t leave home without it” when needing to shop, trashing your credit or debit card, forgetting your PIN codes, leaving even your cellphone banking and all identification documents behind. And of course, you can forget all about cash: all of these long-accepted payment tools and channels are now integrated into your body.
“Can’t leave home without it” will be the new slogan – just how many real people have succeeded in leaving their faces and hands at home when they go anywhere? As Michael Snyder recently explains in the truth wins.com :“We have entered an era where biometric security is being hailed as the “solution” to the antiquated security methods of the past… We are being promised that the constant “identity theft ” problems that hackers are causing through “cyber attacks” on our credit cards, bank accounts, ATM machines and Internet passwords will all go away once we switch over to biometric identification…But there is a price to be paid for adopting biometric identification.
Your face or your hand will be used to continually monitor and track everything that you do and everywhere that you go… and it is easy to imagine a day when none of us will any longer be able to buy or sell anything without submitting to biometric identification”.
Snyder further explains that although biometric security is not yet being forced on people, it will eventually be required by banks and government agencies, once it has been adopted on a widespread basis. And for those who think that this is a remote scenario that belongs to future generations to worry about, think again. Snyder gives a few of many very current and pertinent examples, all based on unique human biometric features:
• A Fox News article reported that an employee of FingerTech named Ryan King was “the most verified man in Brooklyn”, having been “Verified” by a fingerprint-recognition device after he placed his finger on the reader, and also after a facial-recognition device scanned his face.