The Final Step?
There is one more step that must be taken to ensure maximum convenience and ultimate financial security. As
convenient and secure as the cashless economic system will be, financial transaction cards can still be lost, stolen, or used
by unauthorized individuals. The remedy for these problems is that instead of issuing every person a financial transaction
card that has an imbedded RFID chip, an RFID chip can be implanted in each person‘s body.
This will maximize convenience for the individual because once the RFID chip is implanted in their body, they
will have immediate access to their financial accounts and all other information that has been stored in computers. Since
they will always carry their RFID chip in their body, it will be impossible for a person to leave their money or identification
at home. The RFID chip that is implanted in a person’s body cannot be misplaced, forgotten, or stolen. It cannot be
used by someone else. For these reasons the implanted RFID chip will also provide the ultimate in security.
This brings us to the very real possibility that the implementation of this new economic system could be the
fulfillment of Revelation Chapter 13 verses 16 and 17:
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.
The Authorized or King James Version states that the mark will be in their right hand, or in their foreheads.
This seems to indicate that the mark of the beast will be in a form that will be placed in, or implanted in, the body.
Perhaps the strongest scriptural indication that the mark of the beast could be a computer chip is that the
English word mark in the Authorized Version is translated from the Greek word charagma. According to Strong‘s
Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, the Greek word charagma means a scratch or etching.
Two ways the complex miniaturized circuitry of computer chips is created is by etching away layers of
silicon with chemicals, or by a plasma method. Since computer chips are small pieces of silicon that have been etched, either
by chemical or by plasma etching, it certainly meets the definition of charagma. RFID chips implanted in the body are
certainly a way to mark humans.
The Ultimate Weapon; A "Closed" Economic System
I use the term "open system" to describe our present economic system in which we can take physical possession
of our money. Our present economic system is "open" to us so that we can withdraw our funds from financial accounts and use
the money in private transactions, or we can simply keep our money ourselves without having to deal with any financial institutions.
However, we will soon see the transition to a cashless economic system completed, and this will be the end
of our present open system. I refer to the coming cashless economic system as being a "closed" economic system because, while
electronic credits may be moved from one account to another within the system, "money" cannot be removed from the system.
There will be a virtual wall erected between a person and their "money". A person will not be able to make withdrawals from
their financial accounts and take physical possession of their "money" since "money" will consist only of electronic credits
stored in the memories of computers. The transfer of credits can only take place within the computers of the system, therefore
all buying and selling must be done within the "closed system" where every transaction will be monitored and subject to approval.
Also, any individual who desires to buy or sell must do so through the system, and with each purchase or sale,
a record of the transaction is created and added to the person‘s profile. While we will be given many assurances concerning
the privacy of our buying and selling, the truth is that all information about our financial transactions will be open to
government agencies and those who market information to businesses. There will be no such thing as a truly private purchase
One way or another, we will soon find ourselves living in a world where physical money will be found only
in the hands of collectors and in museums. All trade will be conducted electronically using virtual money. We will no longer
be able to conduct our business in an "open monetary system" as we do today, but we will find ourselves trapped in the globalists'
"closed monetary system".
When the transition to the cashless society is complete, those who would control us by controlling our money
and the world's economy will have put in place one half of their equation for absolute power over the masses.
Controlling the Supply Side of the Economy
The other half of the Globalist’s plan to completely control the world’s economic system involves
controlling the supply side of the economy. While many steps have been taken to bring the world into a cashless monetary system,
steps are also being taken to establish the system in which every item that is produced or offered for sale will be inventoried,
marked, tracked and controlled. The control of the supply side of the world's economy is absolutely necessary if global domination
is to be achieved.
Those who would rule over us realize that it is not enough to just control the ability of people to buy goods
and services. The selling of goods and services must also be monitored and controlled. It is necessary that all transactions
be controlled to prevent the establishment of a black market that would enable people to conduct business apart from the system.
If people can buy and sell in a black market complete control cannot be achieved. Therefore, financial dealings outside the
closed system cannot be tolerated.
How it will be Done
The barcode system of inventory control that has been used for many years has become obsolete because it is
dependent upon human operators in order to function properly. The barcode system requires human operators because each item
must be physically handled so its own unique barcode can be optically scanned. Each item must be physically held within a
certain distance of the optical scanner, and the barcode must be positioned at such an angle that can be read by the scanner.
These requirements of distance and position in relation to the scanner slow the scanning process, and this frequently causes
errors. As we all know, an item that is being scanned sometimes must be passed in front of the scanner several times before
the proper distance and angle are achieved and the barcode is detected.
At the time of this writing it appears as though the technology that will replace the barcode system of inventory
control, and will eventually be used to control the supply side of the economy, is radio frequency identification, or RFID.
Many of the shortcomings of the barcode system are overcome by RFID.
One of the more significant advantages of RFID technology over barcode technology is that it enables items
to be scanned without having to bring them into close proximity to the scanner. Instead of using a visible mark to identify
an item, as is done with the barcode system, the RFID method of product identification uses a programmable microchip that
responds to a radio frequency signal. The microchip can be attached to or imbedded in the item to be scanned. Most of us have
already encountered RFID technology in the form of the security tags that are attached to items in order to prevent shoplifting.
These tags must be deactivated by a clerk or else it will activate an alarm when someone tries to leave the store with it.
Today, RFID chips are being used for many other purposes other that to simply activate an alarm. The RFID
microchip can be programmed, not only to provide security, but to identify a specific item for inventory control and other
purposes. RFID micro chips can also contain a great deal of other information about the product as well. Some of the information
stored in the chip could pertain to the place of manufacture, date of manufacture, expiration date of the product, serial
number of the item or any other information that might be useful in sales or maintaining control of inventory. If it becomes
necessary to store more information about a particular item than can be stored in the RFID chip itself, the additional information
can be stored in a computer and accessed using the identifiers which are stored in the RFID chip.
Another desirable feature of the RFID method is that since RF radiation passes through most
materials, it does not require that an item be positioned at any particular angle in relation to the scanner
as must be done with an optical scanner. Since RFID technology utilizes radio waves to retrieve information, it allows the
scanning of items from a considerable distance.
These features of RFID enable the scanning and tracking not only of individual items, but also of many items
at one time. For instance, even though many items may be grouped together, for example in a single container, each individual
item will respond to the radio frequency signal from the scanning device with its own unique identifying data. The data contained
in the signals sent by the RFID chips are received by the scanning device and processed by a computer, so inventorying and
tracking of each item can be accomplished simultaneously and almost instantaneously.
Since every item in a group can be scanned simultaneously, it is possible to scan each item in a customer's
shopping cart without having to remove items from the cart and placing them on the checkout stand. This eliminates the need
for the clerk to handle each item.
In fact, RFID can eliminate the need for clerks and check out counters altogether. Clerks will not be needed
to receive payment from customers because once the scan of merchandise has been done, the same RFID system can scan the customer's
financial transaction card, debiting the amount of the purchase from the customer’s account. This all can be done without
the customer having to remove their card from their pocket, or having to show any other form of identification. And of course,
once people are required to have the chip implanted in their body, there will be no card to carry.
Check out counters will no longer be needed because scanners can be installed at every entrance and exit of
a business. This will also allow for the tracking of customers who enter the store, whether or not they have made a purchase.
Upon completion of the transaction, the items that have been purchased will be automatically deleted from
the store's inventory and, if necessary, reordered. At the same time, the customer's shopping history is updated to include
these most recent purchases in his profile. All of this will be done without the assistance of a clerk and in a matter of
milliseconds. The customer will leave the store having paid for his purchase, not with cash, but with electronic credits --
and his privacy.
Such a system greatly increases the accuracy and speed of inventory control and at the same time reduces the
number of employees required to operate the system. Fewer employees with more precise control of inventory plus increased
efficiency equals more profit.
While at the present time the cost of RFID chips is too high to imbed or attach a chip to every item, many
manufacturers and retailers are beginning to use RFID technology to identify and track expensive items or quantities of inexpensive
goods. Soon the demand for this technology will become so great that it will cause the price of the RFID chips to decrease
to the point where it will be cost effective to use them to inventory and track every item that is manufactured or offered
Just as the transition to the cashless monetary system is nearly complete, the transition to the RFID method
of inventory control is already well underway and will soon be completed.
Those who wish to rule the world know that by controlling the individual's wealth and their ability to buy
is only one half of their power equation. The other half is absolute control of the ability to sell. When the closed monetary
system and an airtight system of monitoring and controlling the production and distribution of all goods and services are
put in place, the world will be operating in a completely closed economic system. No one will be able to buy or sell outside
of this system. The world’s economy and the individual’s ability to buy or sell will one day be controlled by
one person, the beast. At that time it will be required that everyone receive a mark in their right or in their forehead.
In that day the monetary system will be closed so that no one will have access to or be able to use their
"money", except when they become part of and operate within the system. With the closed economic system in place, the possibility
of a viable underground economy will be all but eliminated. All buying and selling will be controlled by a central authority
which will carefully monitor every transaction in order to ensure that everyone is operating within the closed economic system.
All exchanges of "money," goods, and services will be monitored and controlled by those who control the system. Since every
item will eventually be identified with an RFID chip, it will also be impossible to transfer ownership of any other form of
Every purchase and every sale will be subject to approval by the government. Every purchaser and every seller
will conduct their business under the watchful eye of the government.
What About Silver and Gold?
Some believe that if they convert a portion of their wealth to precious metals, then they can use the metals
to purchase goods and services on the black market. This might be possible for a short while immediately following the implementation
of the cashless/ RFID system, but once all goods have been identified by RFID tagging, the transfer of ownership of any item
must be approved by those who control the system. If a person’s possessions are inventoried by the government, and they
do not everything that is in their profile, they would be suspected of aiding an enemy of the state who has been shut out
of the system.
Precious metals will be worthless when it comes to buying food on the black market. This is because, as we
will see later, food will be rationed in specific amounts to each individual. This means that if an individual trades his
ration of food for gold or silver, then he will have to go without food.
Unless gold, silver, or other precious metal are surrendered to the system for conversion to credits that
will remain within the system, it will be almost impossible to use metals to purchase items of any kind, even food.
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