Is a digital identity for your own safety?
), there will come a social credit score. When everything is connected (dubbed "internet of things"), such as "smart homes" and vehicles which can talk to your phone, does anyone wonder who is in control?
Outsourcing your personal security and finances is a dangerous game.
It is bad enough that we leave our money in banks, which then use our money to make profit for themselves.
But with a "smart home", maybe it's not so smart?
We have seen how a government has tried to "lock people out" of society unless they bend the knee to their agenda.
Who is really in control of these "digital" things that connects aspects of our lives?
What if we "do the wrong thing" in the eyes of corrupt politicians?
I do not believe I am alone in sensing tremendous danger with a digital identity, which will bring with it a system such as the social credit score.
People are already being trained to normalise facial recognition technology, by using it to access bank cards on their phones.
It's all well and good to believe it's "for your safety" until that moment when you realise your freedom is gone.
I urge people to use a real bank card rather than a digital one. Better still, use cash.
I also urge all people to attend the next council meeting.
If you can't book a ticket, turn up anyway as there's a large foyer.
We need to make the council (which consists of one person: state-appointed "administrator" Mr Rik Hart, who just does the government's bidding, regardless of the will of the people) aware that we see their plan to push ahead with "smart cities" and "digital identity" which will result in the loss of true freedom for all.
Be there at the Wyong council chambers on Tuesday, November 22.
Email, 11 Nov 2022
Mike Gallagher, Ettalong