HE BUILDING BLOCKS
In October 2020, during the midst of COVID restriction madness, the federal government announced a new system would soon come that allows citizens ‘seamless access’ to services using biometric technology.
In a matter of years, this plan would become the government’s “go-to identity credential” moving forward.
The move comes almost a year after the government’s head of digital identity and ‘chief strategy officer’ revealed myGovID would phase out myGov’s existing authentication system.
Now, this shakeup will allow the biometric nightmare to come to life.
Developed under a Liberal government and fully realised by a Labor government.
Two wings of the exact same bird.
Under the guise of ‘improving’ the last government’s system, it merely advances further.
Just think of this again.
Biometric identification needed to access important government services.
Does it get any more dystopic than that?
The report itself states: “The myGov User Audit panel emphasised that myGov is the front door for the government and does not control the actual services that people experience.”
Key words: The front door.
What if you don’t want to scan your face to be let in the ‘front door’?
Combine this with the recent transformation of things like job seeker obligations, where those on benefits are required to earn ‘100 points’ a month by completing tasks and activities.
Are you starting to see the picture here?
Australia’s digital identity strategy has cost the federal government more than $200 million so far in hopes of making identities and individuals “more monitored, observable and accountable”.
For your ‘safety and security’, of course.
It is fast approaching. There is still time to take action.
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A part of the Australian Government agenda to follow the rules laid down by exterior non-elected groups such as the WHO, WEF and UN along with their myriad of compromised and highly remunerated advisors.
Recently, the insidious AU MyGov bureaucracy has offered the yearly carrot of subsidised travel that requires a MyGov digital card to access. Sign up or no freebies. Sort of reminisces what the Bank of England had planned for bank accounts coerced to digital card.
Read this closely between the lines; its like the UN flowery paper on Agenda 21/30 using the pet word of “sustainability”, their gift to us.
The same Au Governments sinister coercion used in the CoVid period; jab or no work! No mandates! Don’t turn up if you’re not jabbed. Maybe I should update my dictionary?
Coercion another favourite amongst these bureaucratic disciples who advise our Government on controlling the mob. There’s more Phd’s within this group than pubic hairs and fleas.
I oft wonder!
advise our Governments
We certainly have WW3 and that is Governments attacking their people.