As technology continues to advance at an exponential rate, the globalists and technocrats are rapidly moving towards installing a new global economic order. This shift towards a cashless society, 24/7 biometric surveillance, and fast-approaching beast system is marching us towards World War III and economic slavery. Unfortunately, while Americans become increasingly hypnotised by 2024 election coverage and theatrics surrounding Donald Trump, they are guaranteed to miss the bigger picture.
The perfect polarising figure of Trump distracts Americans from the bigger picture, but we must pay attention to the rise of cashless electronic payment systems that feed on personal biometric data. Last week, Panera Bread announced a new biometric payment option offered by Amazon that requires customers to have their palms scanned, eliminating the need for cash or credit cards. Now, JP Morgan is also rolling out a new biometric payment system, planning to make it available to all retail businesses it deals with.
Credit card companies, such as VISA and Mastercard, have introduced similar contactless payment systems that use facial recognition technology, and Apple has offered biometric log-ins for its cellphones for several years. With these systems in place, consumers can just point their phone or their Apple Watch at the contactless payment system, making checking out secure and convenient.
JP Morgan has recently launched a pilot program for a new facial recognition payment platform, which they plan to franchise to other banks and businesses to use. Its biometrics-based payment pilot includes palm and face identification for payments authentication in-store and works on an enroll-capture-authenticate-pay basis. Global biometric payments are expected to reach $5.8 trillion and 3 billion users by 2026, according to Goode Intelligence.
The globalists' plan is not only to remove cash from consumers' wallets, but also credit cards, debit cards, and even cellphones from pockets. The World Economic Forum (WEF) advisor Yuval Noah Harari has already warned us that the next stage in the global technocracy movement is for 24/7 surveillance tools to go “under the skin.” As debit cards were once controversial, now we are scanning people's body parts as a mode of payment.
The long-planned, incremental evolution toward the full-on cashless society has been warned about by "conspiracy factists" since at least the 1980s. However, they were not wrong, just ahead of their time.
The muslim world community must beware of these "contactless" payment systems and their ability to collect biometric data. While companies claim that these systems provide a safer, more secure, and convenient checkout experience, we must not compromise our security and privacy in exchange for convenience.
The way to defeat this "beast", or at least slow it down, is not politically through human will or government action, but by educating the masses on a grass-roots level and raising awareness. We must stay vigilant and resist the temptation to choose convenience over our privacy and security.