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 December 18 - Visa survey shows consumers are ready for biometrics
 Article: Technology For A Global Monetary System

Comment from UTT:
Credit card transactions will soon be shifting to a biometric means for personal identification. This is one more step towards a cashless global society that will monitor and control all transactions as foretold in the Bible.
Consumers are ready to give up passwords for biometrics, according to survey results from Visa which show 86 percent are interested in using biometrics for identity verification or to make payments.

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 December 18 - Yale Humanists Seek To Unite New Haven Community With Holiday Obelisk
 Article: Miscellaneous

Comment from UTT:
Read this article to see how a group of humanists are expressing a way to unite people who do not believe in Jesus Christ and Christmas, to have something to believe in during the Christmas season.
Every holiday season, New Haven's Town Green lights up with festive cheer. Passers-by flock to the green space at the center of this Connecticut city to admire a Christmas tree, a nativity scene and a Hanukkah menorah. This year, another temporary structure is making a mark on the green, and its secular creators hope people with and without religious belief can appreciate the message. The "Lighthouse" is a 12-foot, nine-sided obelisk created by local artist Ted Salmon for the Yale Humanist Community, a group composed of secular Yale University students and secular residents of the greater New Haven area. The steel structure, which was officially dedicated on Sunday, attempts to encapsulate the hope, beauty and light that emerges when people of different beliefs and values come together.

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 December 14 - India Creates The Largest Biometric Database In The World
 Article: Technology For A Global Monetary System

Comment from UTT:
Recent reports show that India and China now have the technology to implement biometric identification for citizens of both nations. Obviously other countries will follow their lead. For certain, we are living in the last of the last days as we watch Bible prophecy unfold

Indians are mandated to link all their financial services to the national ID card, making surveillance ubiquitous with over 1 billion already signed up. India has already been described as a Technocracy, but this will certify it. Surveillance like this, as well a similar program in China, is coming to America soon, and then it will be too late to escape. You should now see why India was the first nation to drive cash out of circulation. ⁃ TN Editor

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 December 14 - Humans 2.0: Let's Put A Chip In Your Brain
 Article: Transhumanism

Comment from UTT:
Implanting silicon chips that can be linked to computers has moved well beyond science fiction and is now a reality. This promises mankind a new potential and the ability to rise a step beyond humanity and a step closer to godhood. This was Satan's lie to Eve in the Garden of Eden.

Mapping the Human Brain project started by former President Obama is turning into a full-fledged industry, with just neuroprosthetics looking at $14.6 billion by 2024. Technocrats invent because they must, not because there is a legitimate need to do so. ⁃ TN Editor

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 December 13 - China Gathering DNA, Iris Scans For Massive Database Of Millions In Muslim Province
 Article: One World Government

Comment from UTT:
Read this article to see how Chinese medical authorities are gathering personal information that is being collected for a data base through the use of DNA and blood samples. While this is a violation of human rights, it will only be a matter of time when it will become the norm world wide.


Technocracy at work: China's massive surveillance operation masquerades as 'free healthcare' but collects DNA, blood samples and iris scans from everyone in the Xinjiang province.  ⁃ TN Editor

Chinese police have started gathering blood types, DNA samples, fingerprints and iris scans from millions of people in its Muslim-majority Xinjiang province to build a massive citizen database, according to report by activist group Human Rights Watch (HRW). The report, published Wednesday, said that officials are collecting the data from citizens between the ages of 12 and 65 years old using a variety of methods. Authorities are gathering DNA and blood types through free medical checkups, and HRW said it is was unclear if patients were aware that their biometric data was being collected for the police during these physical exams.

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