Blog note: This article provides technological proof and supports the prophecies in the Bible’s book of Revelation that a one world government and cashless, electronic financial transaction system will be implemented by a coming world leader. A digital surveillance technological infrastructure is part of the puzzle that enforces the future policy that no one will be able to buy or sell without a special “mark” or signature guaranteeing compliance and endorsement of the world leader and his government. Most verses in the book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ deal with the subjects concerning rampant evil, the world leader (antichrist) a false “prophet,” and one world government and an economic system that requires “approval” of people in order for them to buy and sell (financial transactions). The technology outlined in this article, along with many others that I have blogged about, are all coming together in a CONVERGENCE that will soon enable ALL of the prophecies in the Bible’s book of Revelation to come to pass. Connect the dots of technology, natural disasters and other current events with dots of Bible prophecy and you will notice (if you are awake) that both sets of dots are lining up. How long will it take until both sets of dots are perfectly aligned? I don’t know. That is not the point. The point is, if you believe this … what should your reaction be? (Hint: understand the gospel of Jesus Christ). End of note.
New ID rules at the airport are pushed back to 2020 U.S.
Jessica Dickler | @jdickler. Published 12:30 PM ET Wed, 10 Jan 2018. Updated 2:25 PM ET Wed, 10 Jan 2018 CNBC.com
Starting Oct. 1, 2020, every adult boarding any federally regulated aircraft — including domestic flights — will need a Real ID-compliant license or they will need to show an alternative form of identification (such as a passport, “enhanced ID,” Global Entry card or other acceptable forms of ID) at security.
Enhanced Drivers Licenses: What Are They?
State-issued enhanced drivers licenses (EDLs) provide proof of identity and U.S. citizenship, are issued in a secure process, and include technology that makes travel easier. They provide travelers with a low-cost, convenient alternative for entering the United States from Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean through a land or sea port of entry, in addition to serving as a permit to drive.
The Department has been working with states to enhance their drivers licenses and identification documents to comply with travel rules under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), effective June 1, 2009.
Enhanced drivers licenses make it easier for U.S. citizens to cross the border into the United States because they include a vicinity Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip that will signal a secure system to pull up your biographic and biometric data for the CBP officer as you approach the border inspection booth, and a Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) or barcode that the CBP officer can read electronically if RFID isn’t available.
The top 39 land ports of entry, which process more than 95 percent of land border crossings, are equipped with RFID technology that helps facilitate travel by individual presenting EDLs or one of the other RFID-enabled documents.