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Australia sets a date to achieve the first goal of The Great Reset – nationwide digital IDs

Australia has become the latest country to delve head-first into the first goal of The Great Reset, which is to digitise its citizens.

When digitised identities get matched with central bank digital currencies, it’s game over for freedom of thought, movement, etc. All human behaviour will be monitored, assessed and scored 24/7.

The Australian government recently announced it has set 1 July as the tentative rollout date for its nationwide digital ID. The exact date will depend on the timing of its legislation which is due to be adopted by the federal parliament.

The UK has made similar plans, which were made public last year in a document titled ‘Enabling the Use of Digital Identities in the UK.

Ethiopia, Nigeria, China, the European Union and a host of other countries are in the process of digitising their citizenry.

reported last year that in the US, Senators Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming have introduced Senate Bill 884, which would offer digital identities for all Americans, but thus far the bill has not been advanced through Congress. They are likely waiting for the opportune time, probably after some major cyber-disruptive event like that which was predicted in the Obama-produced movie ‘Leave the World Behind’.

I have also recently reported how Americans are being conditioned at US airports to having their faces scanned, which is part and parcel to having a de facto digital ID.

According to a report by Biometric Update, Australia’s stakeholder-comment period for a sweeping Digital ID Bill came to a close in late January after receiving submissions from business and financial groups as well as civil rights organisations. The government is now consulting with the states, ChannelNews Australia reports.

The Department of Finance told ChannelNews that the new system will allow users to choose their preferred digital ID provider for accessing services from both the government and private sectors.

Private organisations can apply to be accredited as digital ID services from the government’s so-called ‘Trusted Digital Identity Framework’. Among companies that have already received accreditation are Australia Post, MasterCard and OCR Labs. Banks, retailers and other institutions will eventually all be co-opted into this system.

A government spokesperson told ChannelNews: “The legislation will enable the expansion of the Australian Government Digital ID System to include state, territory and private sector organisations that choose to participate.”

The national digital ID will function like an expanded version of MyGovID, which Australians already use to access the Australian Taxation Office, Centrelink (which delivers Social Security payments to Australians) and Medicare.

In other words, whether you need to pay the government or receive payments from the government, you will at some point be locked out of the system if you don’t have a digital ID.

All accredited digital ID systems will be expected to observe the same three levels of security standards with the highest one including registering user biometrics, such as a face, palm or eye scan.

According to ChannelNews:

A user will be able to generate a multipoint image on a device that will be checked against their passport photo and, in the future, driver’s license. Establishing your credentials only needed to be done once, officials say.
Once the legislation passes through Parliament, the new national digital ID will roll out in several phases, according to an explainer published by consumer protection group Choice.

During the first phase, the government will work on setting up a regulator and expanding its use.

In phase two, local state and territory digital IDs will be used to access Commonwealth services while phase three will see myGovID used in the private sector.

In the final phase, Australians will be able to use privately created digital IDs that have received accreditation for accessing some government services.

This is part of the global digital reset that is coming to all nations. They will sell it by saying it’s for your safety and security. Part A of the globalists’ plan is for people to accept a biometric digital ID, and Part B will be to get them to accept a central bank digital currency linked to their digital ID. At this point, cash is eliminated, along with all privacy, and the full infrastructure for a one-world beast system will be in place. In other words, there will be no turning back at this point, meaning it’s time to exit the system completely or become its slave. You will have a choice. If you choose to have your God-given identity as a human being digitised by the corrupt world system, then I see no reason why you would not accept the mark of the beast, if in fact this isn’t the mark of the beast.

If they require you to digitise your identity and use a digitised form of fake money in order to buy or sell, then your God-given free will has at this point been hijacked. It no longer exists under your control. You’ve forfeited your own free will to a demonic Tower of Babel system. Everything that is digital is virtual, not something tangible you hold in your hand like a coin, a card, or even paper money. It can be programmed, meaning it can be turned on or off at the whim of an AI-driven social credit system built upon demonic algorithms. You step out of line, perhaps refuse to stay up to date on your shots, and your money gets turned off. You criticise the government-corporate narrative online, and your money gets turned off. You buy more meat or gasoline than you have been allotted by the system, and your money gets turned off. No more buying and selling for you. If that’s not a beast system, I don’t know what is.

About the Author

Leo Hohmann is a veteran investigative reporter and author whose book ‘Stealth Invasion‘ spent the majority of 2017 among Amazon’s top 10 books on immigration. He has spent decades researching and writing about education, immigration, crime, politics and religion.

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