Prophetic Fulfillments of 2011 666 – The Mark of the Beast

November 29, 2011   |   Category: Endtime Magazine Articles   |   Tags: , , , ,

The prophecy of Revelation 13:15-18 clearly states that, under the endtime world government, every person will be required to have a mark or number in order to buy or sell. In the name of fighting terrorism, most nations are in the process of adopting a national ID system. When fully implemented, each citizen will supply the government with proof of citizenship.

 2011 – The Mark of the Beast

By Irvin Baxter

 

This information will then be implemented into a national database, and an identification card will be issued, which is machine-readable. This ID card will then be required to open a bank account, fly on an airplane, receive government benefits, or to hold a job. Once the government can deny the ability of a person to get a job, then they obviously control the ability of that person to buy and sell—just like the prophecy foretells.

 

One program is called E-Verify. In the US it is illegal to “knowingly” employ unauthorized workers. E-Verify is an Internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.

 

Laws are now being proposed to force all businesses to use E-Verify to check the eligibility of every employee to work. Republican candidate Mitt Romney is a strong advocate of making the use of E-Verify mandatory.

 

This entire immigration problem has been produced by the government refusing to protect our borders. Congress has appropriated money to build a fence along our Mexican border, but the administration has refused to build it.

 

In the end, E-Verify would produce the very same result as the Real ID. The government would control the ability of each person How close are we to such a system?

 

Most nations already have a national ID system. In some nations participation is mandatory, and in others it is voluntary. Even in those nations where it is voluntary, so many institutions require ID that it soon becomes virtually mandatory.

 

Developments toward national and global ID systems that occurred in 2011

 

Ugandans to receive mandatory ID

On April 28, 2011, the government of Uganda announced that all Ugandans would be required to get a national identity card. Any citizen of Uganda who does not register for the National Identity card risks facing legal action, according to the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The unregistered citizen will also not have access to the government services including education, health and employment opportunities and cannot stand for political office.

 

Heathrow Airport installs face recognition

Face recognition technology has been chosen as the biometric that will be used to establish a global ID system. On July 22, 2011, Heathrow, the UK’s largest airport, announced it would install facial recognition scanners by September for international and domestic passengers to prevent illegal immigration in the country.

 

A computer under your skin?

Steve Connor, Science Editor for The Independent, on August 12, 2011, wrote an article, “How computers will soon get under our skin.” He said that it might soon be possible to wear your computer or mobile phone under your sleeve, with the invention of an ultra-thin and flexible electronic circuit that can be stuck to the skin like a temporary tattoo.

 

This report is quite alarming when we realize that the 2,000-year-old prophecy of Revelation 13:16-17 states, “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” Could this be the technology that will be used to implement the mark of the beast?

 

Scared Mexicans get implanted GPS chips

The Washington Post reported on August 21, 2011, that scared Mexicans are trying under-the-skin tracking devices to provide security from the rash of kidnappings being experienced throughout the country. Xega is the Mexican company that markets the radio-frequency identification chip (RFID). The device is essentially a small antenna in a tiny glass tube. The chip, inserted into the fatty tissue of the arm between the shoulder and elbow, is less than half an inch long and about as wide as a strand of boiled spaghetti.

 

The chip relays a signal to an external Global Positioning System unit the size of a cell phone. But if the owner is stripped of the GPS device in the event of an abduction, Xega can still track down its clients by sending radio signals to the implant. Many global planners envision the day when human beings will be able to track everyone and everything…everywhere. Talk about a “Brave New World”!

 

India builds world’s largest biometric ID database

Facial recognition systems using high definition cameras to identify people in controlled settings such as a border post, or informal situations such as a crowd on a railway station platform, are underpinning a universal citizen ID system being rolled out across India’s 1.2 billion population.

 

The Unique Identification Authority of India’s (UIDAI) Aadhaar program will create the world’s largest database of individuals at an estimated cost of up to $4.4 billion. It will use multiple types of biometric data including retina scans, fingerprints and multiple facial images. The official rollout date for the system was January 1, 2012.

 

Greece going cashless

In an effort to prevent untraceable cash transactions designed to avoid taxation, Greece passed a law that all cash financial transactions exceeding 1,500 euros are illegal as of January 1, 2011.

 

World Bank provides financing for Bangladesh national ID

It was reported on July 21, 2011, that the World Bank provided $195 million to Bangladesh for the establishment of a secure national ID system. Why is the World Bank financing such projects? Could it be that giving every person on earth a number is part of the vision of the World Bank for the emerging world government?

 

Britain ‘to be cashless society by 2016’


November 25, 2011 – A new report suggests that Britain will be largely a cashless society by the year 2016, with contactless smart card technology widespread in shops and other locations. The document, compiled by Forrester, states that children born today will be the first cashless generation, open to paying for goods and services with a mobile wallet as a matter of course.
It was compiled by speaking to senior executives from UK companies, with nine out of ten saying they think a “digital switchover” will take place in four years’ time.

 

What about the United States?

The establishment of national ID systems by most nations is far advanced. One nation that has encountered great difficulty in instituting a national ID system is the United States. In spite of repeated efforts to implement a national ID, the people of the United States have steadfastly refused for the last 230 years. Americans understand that the purpose of the national ID is control. They also understand that control and freedom are opposite terms.

 

On May 11, 2005, President George W. Bush signed the Real ID Act. Its purpose was to turn the driver’s licenses of all Americans into a national ID card. Even those who didn’t drive were required to acquire the Real ID in order to fly on an airplane, enter a federal building, access federal services, or open a bank account. The government attempted to fool the American people into acceptance of the Real ID by saying that it was not a national ID card. However, the people quickly figured it out. Was it an ID card? Well, yes. Was it passed by a national law? Well, yes. Then it’s a national ID!

 

Privacy advocates quickly lined up against a national ID card and the database that would hold records on every American. The American Civil Liberties Union was in the forefront of the fight against Real ID.

 

States’ rights advocates protested that the federal government was taking over each states’ bureau of motor vehicles, while requiring the states to pay the bill for this unfunded mandate.

 

Religious organizations and churches came out fighting. This effort to number every person and to determine what they can do and where they can go by this number was so close to the mark of the beast described in the Bible that people wanted no part of it. It was apparent that the Real ID would ultimately be required to hold a job, thus controlling a person’s ability to buy or sell.

 

The states began to pass legislation against the implementation of Real ID. Soon 25 states had passed laws or resolutions against the Real ID.

 

The original deadline for implementing Real ID was May 11, 2008. However, the states refused to cooperate. The deadline was then pushed back to December 31, 2009. The states were told their citizens wouldn’t be allowed to get on an airplane if they didn’t cooperate. Still the states said “no.” The deadline had to be pushed back again—this time to May 11, 2011.

 

May 11, 2011 came and went, and a majority of the states were still not Real ID compliant. The deadline was moved for the third time to January 13, 2013. It appears the government believes that, if it keeps the pressure on, the states will eventually knuckle under.

 

The resistance to Real ID has been so great that some people think Real ID will never be implemented. They believe it’s dead in the water. Consequently, several alternative plans for the controlling and tracking of all Americans have been proposed.

 

One program is called E-Verify. In the US it is illegal to “knowingly” employ unauthorized workers. E-Verify is an Internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States. Laws are now being proposed to force all businesses to use E-Verify to check the eligibility of every employee to work. Republican candidate Mitt Romney is a strong advocate of making the use of E-Verify mandatory.

 

This entire immigration problem has been produced by the government refusing to protect our borders. Congress has appropriated money to build a fence along our Mexican border, but the administration has refused to build it.

 

In the end, E-Verify would produce the very same result as the Real ID. The government would control the ability of each person to make a living. The criteria for working might be a legal birth certificate today. Tomorrow we might be required to pledge allegiance to the New World Order or to a global belief system of some sort. Before you say it couldn’t happen, you better check with those who lived under Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin. You might also want to check the Bible that prophesies this is exactly what is going to happen.

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