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Australia is One Step Closer to WEF Tyranny as Digital ID Bill Passed in Parliament.



The WEF 2030 Agenda has accelerated in Australia as the people witnessed tyranny in action yesterday as the Albanese government passed the comprehensive Digital ID bill after being rushed through parliament without scrutiny or debate and despite public outcry.

The bill brings the potential for social credit and Co2 scores, CBDC’s, vaccine passports, and DBS all in one ‘handy’ digital form, it will be “A digital “papers please” every time you step out the door” opines former MP Chris Kelly.


The Labour Government’s hurried approach to this legislation was also lacking in transparency, allowing only a brief one-month period for public submissions” This expedited process culminated in a Senate Economics Legislation Committee inquiry, which unsurprisingly endorsed the bill despite significant public outcry and numerous submissions highlighting the potential for misuse and overreach” according to One Nation the political group founded by Pauline Hanson. (source)


One Nation posit “The trajectory towards a digital ID system in Australia should be a wake-up call for all who value privacy, liberty, and democratic oversight. The experiences of individuals in Canada and Western Australia serve as stark reminders of how quickly and easily personal information can be weaponised against citizens. The notion that financial institutions, already exposed for their (lack of) handling of personal data, could gain even greater access to our private lives is chilling. (source)







































Government Overreach and Misuse of Personal Information.

Pauline Hanson argues that the bill represents a shift in how Australians’ identities are managed and accessed, bundling personal details such as:


  • Driver’s licenses,

  • Passport details, and

  • Medicare cards,

  • Centrelink information into a single digital identity.


The risks associated with centralising and digitising personal information are manifold, including heightened vulnerabilities to cyber-attacks, privacy breaches, and unauthorised surveillance. These concerns are not merely theoretical; instances of government overreach and misuse of personal information are well-documented globally, underscoring the potential dangers of such a system.


“While Labor’s extremist totalitarian views of the world would tout the ease and efficiency this system promises, the reality is 100% far more intrusive and controlling than most Australians are comfortable with; (source)


Both Senators Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts, from One Nation have raised alarms about the potential for a social credit system-like scenario. Senator for Queensland for One Nation, Malcom Roberts spoke following the passing of the bill:


The Digital ID Will Change the Lives of Every Australian – For the Worse …


As much as the Government attempts to downplay the importance of introducing a single central digital identifier for all Australians, the truth is that this legislation is the most significant I’ve encountered during my time in the Senate.


It’s the glue that holds together the digital control agenda by which every Australian will be controlled, corralled, exploited and then gagged when they speak or act in opposition. The government knows Digital ID will be compulsory by the device of preventing access to government services, banking services, air travel and major purchases for any Australian who does not have a Digital ID.


The Digital ID will, in effect, create a live data file of your movements, purchases, accounts and associates containing reference to every piece of data being held in the private and government sector as a first step in a wider agenda. Tech giants have been building huge data files on every Australian for years.


Those huge data files that contain every website you visited, every post you made on their social media, everything you have ever bought online. Keywords scanned from conversations overheard by Siri and Alexa in your home are now unmasked. Until now, that data was anonymised using a unique identifier rather than name and address, which has always been there as well. However, tech companies were not allowed to use it or share data with others that included the person’s name and address. Until Now.


Look for the tech giants to ask for your Digital ID as a requirement of using their service. The point of that exercise is to ensure they put the right name on the right data treasure trove. This is why the Liberal Party have moved amendments to the Digital ID Bill to bring private corporations into this roll out earlier.


All those treasure troves of data worth billions, trillions, that have been accumulated for years illegally, by retailers, tech and data companies – all that unrealised profit just sitting there has been too much of a temptation for the Liberal Nationals to resist and is now joined with Labor in pushing Digital ID.


‘There will be no escape from the digital ID. Australians now have a digital version of “papers please” and Australians will never be the same.‘































Strong Opposition.


Strong opposition to the bill has also come from organisations such as the New South Wales Council for Civil Liberties, Digital Rights Watch, and Family Voice Australia where inadequate protections for sensitive data, the risk of “function creep,” have been cited.


Also there is the concern that there is the potential for the system to become mandatory in practice, even if it is nominally voluntary, there are fears that are compounded by the enthusiasm of entities like the National Australia Bank for a digital identity ecosystem, according to One Nation, who recognise that this could extend corporate access to personal information far beyond what is currently permitted.


The Law Council of Australia and the Green Party have raised concerns about the Digital ID bill’s implications for privacy, human rights, and the potential for exclusion of individuals lacking digital literacy. and as currently proposed, it seems poised to exacerbate existing societal divides, rather than bridging them.


Nevertheless, the Greens ultimately sided with the Liberals and Labour to pass the legislation!


One Last Chance


‘Australians will have one last chance to get rid of Digital ID by voting for ONE NATION at the next election,” says former member of Parliament Craig KellyOtherwise, it’s an electronic version of “papers please” every time you step outside your front door.’





























A Digital ID law was originally the idea of the Liberals. Ultimately, the Liberals are no better than Labor when it comes to controlling people’s lives. We can’t trust the Liberals to repeal this law if they win power. 



What is at Stake is Nothing Less Than the Nature of Our Society and the Power and Authority of the State Over the Individual”


There was a very real fear in the Australian community in 1987 that the fundamental balance of power was shifting due to the proposal of a national identity card in the 1980s namely the ‘Australia Card’ Justice Michael Kirby, President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal, observed: “If there is an identity card, then people in authority will want to put it to use….What is at stake is nothing less than the nature of our society and the power and authority of the state over the individual” Source.


One Nation have reflected on this warning which they say resonates now more than ever: the establishment of an ID card system bears the risk of incremental overreach, transforming a tool meant for efficiency into a mechanism for surveillance and control. and they also warn that:


“The Digital ID Bill 2023, with its vague assurances and broad potentials for abuse, stands as a threat to the fundamental values of privacy and autonomy. It is incumbent upon all Australians who cherish these principles to oppose this bill, advocating instead for a society that prioritises individual rights and freedoms over the convenience of a digital identity.” (source)


As Malcom Roberts has said, a digital ID will change lives for the worse, and although this may be referring to Australians today, soon it will be all of us, worldwide will be faced with have a digital version of “papers please’ forced upon us, by governing bodies that we already know are not to be trusted who will be given access to everything about us enabling a totalitarian control only seen in dystopian novels. – Welcome to the tyrannical Brave New World Order.

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