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Mark of the Beast the Chip

Willy

Pro Poster
The irony is … we have been put in a position where this has to be done.

We no longer go to a bank, where we are known.

So, if nobody knows you face to face, the only viable option is some way to identify you that is secure (supposedly) and that would be an implanted chip.

So, you become scan-able (you are known by the information on the chip) ... when you shop you are scanned and that gives them your bank account and personal information and your purchases are scanned as well and the cost is removed from your account.

You know … the pressure taking us in this direction is monumental and driven by greed and ignorance and a desire to control.

Remember, you don't have your money … they do ... and if we all wanted our money now, in silver and gold, there would be no banks, they would simply go offline and that would be it.

The tragedy is … the young people accept this because they have no sense of history or change …

:billcat:
 

CTZonEdit

Site Administrator
Staff member
To be fair the parents of this generation never truly prepared the young people for life.

When everything can be given to you either for free at a reduced cost or without working for it then what value does anything have?
 

Jessie

Pro Poster
most live in a dream land on many levels. reminds me of the scripture in the OT saying tell me pleasant things( not the truth when it hurts.)

spiritual deadness.

excuses excuses and God will not take that.
 

Willy

Pro Poster
To be fair the parents of this generation never truly prepared the young people for life.

When everything can be given to you either for free at a reduced cost or without working for it then what value does anything have?


Yep … good point … part of my thought was more like ... young people have not been here long enough to appreciate change. One has to live and experience life for a while to appreciate the momentum of change and where we are headed. … and, of course, there are certainly some parents raising their children properly (and that's a big subject on it's own) ...

perhaps we should raise our children the way God raises His … to help them survive the world ...



 
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