Final ‘New World Order’: What Life Will Become in These Last Days

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 0:51 AM
September 18, 2013

ElectronicTattoo        Nine characteristics will define the United States as it joins declines in the Western world in the next decade, including: 1) A cashless society; 2) Biometric identifications; 3) Police state control; 4) High unemployment and more poverty;

5) Robot increasingly taking over jobs; 6) Unbridled sexual activity of all types; 7) More illnesses and deaths from old and new diseases; 8) Powerlessness of government officials to change things; and 9) The push for a ‘One-World’ Religion.

Matt Cole writes in ‘Urban Intelligence II-A Cashless Society is Coming Soon’: “Most of the current transition to a cashless society is being done voluntarily.  Today only 7% of all transactions in the United States are done with cash, and most of those transactions involve very small amounts of money.

“Large banks want a cashless society because it is much more profitable.  Large banks earn billions of dollars in fees from debit cards.  A cashless society would give governments more control.  Governments would be able to track virtually all transactions and would also be able to monitor tax compliance.”

Matt adds that to alleviate security risks, banks will turn to biometrics for help with safer identification of, for example, ATM users.  Already in rampant use throughout Europe, biometric science claims 100% absolute factual identity!

Travel.State.Gov of the U.S. Department of State defines biometrics as:  “A biometric or biometric identifier is an objective measurement of a physical characteristic of an individual which, when captured in a database, can be used to verify the identity or check against other entries in the database. The best known biometric is the fingerprint, but others include facial recognition and iris scans.”

The U.S. is slowly creeping into types of biometric systems. I.D. cards are used at parking lots, toll booths, and biometric-identification-stock-lginternet accesses. Grocery and drug stores demand individual shoppers have numbered card membership status to receive discounted sale prices.  Social security numbers provide the start for such I.D. systems.  And according to Stephen Dinan, the government is contemplating using biometric I.D. for all visitors to the U.S., whether they are coming or going.

Invariably, U.S. cities will graduate from putting RFID I.D. microchips under  pets’ skins to putting them under their owners’ skin; employers will move from putting such microchips onto badges to putting them into their employees.  Not to mention cell phones and computerized automobiles now readily tracked.

More on other inevitable changes in these last days will come in the next few blogs. Since this will be an increasingly uncomfortable world to live in, it is time to redeem one’s time with God, and prepare for His coming rule on earth.

As Christian non-fiction prophecy books promise:  “And the seventh angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of Our Lord, and of His Christ; and He shall reign for ever and ever (Revelation 11: 15).”

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