THE NEW WORLD ORDER IS NOT PARANOIA, IS A REALITY, A DEFINABLE AND QUANTIFIABLE POLITICAL MOVEMENT

IMG_0385.JPGThe phrase “New World Order” is so loaded with explosive assumptions and perceptions that its very usage has become a kind of journalistic landmine. Many analysts (some in the mainstream) have attempted to write about and discuss this very real sociopolitical ideology in a plain and exploratory manner, using a fair hand and supporting data, only to be attacked, ridiculed, or completely ignored before they get a chance to put forward their work. The reason is quite simple; much of the general public has been mentally inoculated against even the whisper of the terminology. That is to say, they have been conditioned to exhibit a negative reaction to such discussion instinctively without even knowing why……Read More

Damascus Destroyed-Mark of the Beast- World War III Is Knocking On the Door

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Every week, I get approzimtely 1-2 notices of massive troop and equipment movement. Now, I am getting 9-10 notices per day. Yesterday, I received 3 notices about the extreme uptick in fighter aircraft landing at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Another armored division is going to Europe. Putin is drafting 150,000 men this Spring. Clearly the world is on a path for war. I am now of the opinion that the globalists (ie Deep State) are ridiculously investigating Trump’s (non-threatening) ties to Russia so that he cannot diffuse the march to war. The globalists want war and Trump is being neutralized as instrument of reason and compromise. He cannot appear to be soft on Russia. Where will the war start? It will begin in Syria. Why? Because the Bible tells us so! The winds war are blowing. Syria looks like and feels like Sarajevo prior to the commencement of World War I in which one assassination set up a war that killed millions. This conflict, which will go nuclear, looks and feels like World War I from our past. However, these events and their outcome have been foretold thousands of years ago in the Bible. As I review the relevant passages, perhaps you will get the same sinking feeling in my stomach that I did when I began to realize the inevitability of it all…..Read More

War On Cash Turns To $20, $50, And $100 Bills

imageHarvard professor and economist Ken Rogoff is once again leading the chorus of high-level academics and officials who declare cash is only for criminals. He made his case in a recent Wall Street Journal editorial called the “Sinister Side of Cash.” The solution, he declares, is to simply get rid of anything but the smallest bank notes. In his vision, drug dealers, human traffickers, and tax cheats are everywhere, but they are reliant on cash. Our benevolent central planners can largely incapacitate them by ridding society of anything larger than a $10 bill. Kingpins won’t know what to do when a single-engine Cessna full of cocaine requires a Boeing 747 full of $1s, $5s, and $10s to make payment. Read More

Report: Buying & Selling Via Biometric Scanning As Main “Identity Authorization Method” Starting In 2016 And Then Global 3.5 Years Later

biometric-capabilityGoode Intelligence published its “Analyst Report, Biometrics for Banking; Market and Technology Analysis, Adoption Strategies and Forecasts 2015-2020,” which forecasts that there will be over one billion users accessing banking services through biometric systems by 2017. In the report, Goode Intelligence predicts that by 2020, bank customers will use biometrics as the predominant identity authorization method to access bank services. By the end of 2015, there will be approximately 450 million bank customers using biometrics in various bank scenarios including withdrawing cash from ATMs, proving identity when telephone banking, and authenticating into their mobile bank app using fingerprint. “Read Article

Giant Artificial City Being Constructed To Test Future Technology

FutureCityA planned city-sized laboratory will integrate real-world urban and suburban environments along with all the typical working infrastructure elements that make up today’s cities. The idea is to provide a unique opportunity to test and evaluate technologies in conditions that most closely simulate real-world applications. Self driving cars, drones, robots, smart grid technology, and new wireless communication technology—what will all of these developments mean for us? A technology development firm has a big plan in place to test out these technologies and more. Pegasus Global Holdings, a global IP development firm that develops technologies in order to meet requirements from our commercial and military customers, is financing an entire test city in the New Mexico desert. Read Article

Mark of the Beast: Microchips ‘Trending’ to Become Essential Keeper of Passwords and Digital Currency

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Today, mandatory RFID microchips for humans are still a distant and creepy possible future, with a handful of tech-trendy volunteers trying to revolutionize use of the icon of the tracked and traced society. Many see microchips becoming not only mandatory under an Orwellian super-surveillance state – but utterly indispensable to modern life, as dozens of hard-to-remember passwords, payments and transactions for online business and leisure become not just commonplace but overwhelming and pervasive. The chip might become too necessary not to take. How will you keep track of all your online keys, and how will they know you are who you say you are? Read Article

Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide: Tomorrow’s Biometrics Will Scan Your Eyes, Hands, Ears, Heart, And Even Track You Down Through Your Scent Like A Bloodhound

biometric-capabilityApple’s fingerprint recognition is on the home button – the button most users hit many times a day. It’s meant biometrics have become about convenience rather than just security, which is speeding up acceptance. It also significantly reduces fraud as applications can send out small challenges to the user anytime and get a confirmation that the phone hasn’t been stolen.” Emilio Martinez, chief executive of Madrid-based biometrics company AGNITiO, says: “Biometrics always start with law enforcement. Fingerprints took 100 years to reach the private sector. Now things are speeding up.”Read Article