Thursday, 13 June 2019

What has happened to Bernice Bartelds?

Don't worry, I am still here even if I haven't posted anything for a while. In fact, if anything crops up that is so different and newsworthy from everything I have already mentioned on this blog, then I will certainly do a write-up again. But for now, this Global Citizen News blog has, and still is, serving its purpose to inspire others to do their own research.

Stealing children to become Global Citizens
But right now a new project is requiring my urgent attention: globalist plans for child stealing, child monetising, and shaping the Global Citizens of the future through a system that is known in Scotland as the Named Person Scheme. It involves putting a state guardian between every child and his or her parents. Public opinion is currently being softened through the media to bring this scheme into Dutch society. Here in the Netherlands, people are totally in the dark about what is hanging over their heads and worse, what is hanging over their children's heads right now. So I need to redirect my focus to a Dutch blog as a starting point to shed some light on the issue in the Netherlands.

If you're interested, you can click here and be informed about globalist plans to separate Dutch children from their parents. I have no doubt that in time, it will come to a place near you.

Thursday, 20 December 2018

Yellow Vest Riot Police: Licensed To Kill


Are you unhappy about fuel prices and unreasonably high taxes? Do you feel angry at the power of big corporate giants? The Yellow Vests in France certainly are, and it looks as if there are a lot more people preparing to start similar protests all across Europe if they aren’t in progress already.

Your rights as a protester? Not what you think
You may be applauding the current protests in France. You might consider joining a group near you. You may even have a road or a roundabout in mind to set up your own Yellow Vest protest. And you may even feel upset enough to blow a fuse and be planning to really let it rip. If you do, then you need to read this article. Because there is something you need to know. Your rights as a protester are not what you think.

No legal constraints whatsoever
I first wrote about this situation in 2015 when Boris Johnson, then Mayor of London, decided to buy some heavy equipment to deal with potential future rioting in the city. Boris’ water cannon were a hugely expensive mistake: they were sold for scrap by the current London Mayor Sadiq Khan. But today’s politicians’ worst fears are becoming reality as the Yellow Jacket protests are beginning to spread, and they are thinking: how can they quell a protest once it gets out of hand? How tough, how hard hitting are riot police allowed to get? How far are they allowed to go to strike down an angry crowd of protesters in hi viz yellow? The answer may surprise you: very, very hard. With no limits, and no legal constraints whatsoever.

The reason for this can be found in the small print of the Lisbon Treaty which refers to a different document: the European Convention on Human Rights, which became legally binding for all signatories of the Lisbon Treaty. In case you thought that it is your human right to protest freely in the EU, and that have freedom of opinion, you need to read what this charter really says.

License to kill
This European Convention on Human Rights state that the state is legally entitled to use potentially lethal force against rioters.

 Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights:

Deprivation of life shall not be regarded as inflicted in contravention of this article when it results from the use of force which is no more than absolutely necessary:

(a) in defence of any person from unlawful violence;
(b) in order to effect a lawful arrest or to prevent the escape of a person lawfully detained;
(c) in action lawfully taken for the purpose of quelling a riot or insurrection.

In other words, if riot police decided that the Yellow Vest protests had gone far enough, they would be allowed to use lethal force. Because thanks to this document our politicians and the police are quite safe by hiding behind the Lisbon Treaty and the European Convention on Human Rights.

So before you put on your yellow vest, be aware that the Lisbon Treaty gives riot police the license to kill.

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Mastercard and Microsoft to bring the universally recognized digital identity

I am currently working on another bomb shell: how IBM and a US presidential candidate are working together with the United Nations, banks, NGOs, religions and corporate businesses to create a new cryptocurrency as new world reserve currency. So watch this space.

But I am not the only one hinting at new developments. Major ID2020 partner Microsoft has some news too. From the Microsoft blog

Mastercard, Microsoft join forces to advance digital identity innovations

PURCHASE, N.Y. and REDMOND, Wash. – Dec. 3, 2018 – Mastercard (NYSE: MA) and Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq “MSFT” @microsoft) today announced a strategic collaboration to improve how people manage and use their digital identity.

Currently, verifying your identity online is still dependent on physical or digital proof managed by a central party, whether it’s your passport number, your proof of address, driver’s license, user credentials or other means. This dependence places a huge burden on individuals, who have to successfully remember hundreds of passwords for various identities and are increasingly being subjected to more complexity in proving their identity and managing their data. Working together, Mastercard and Microsoft aim to give people a secure, instant way to verify their digital identity with whomever they want, whenever they want.

The answer to these challenges is a service that would allow individuals to enter, control and share their identity data their way – on the devices they use every day. That’s Mastercard’s intention, working closely with players like Microsoft.

“Today’s digital identity landscape is patchy, inconsistent and what works in one country often won’t work in another. We have an opportunity to establish a system that puts people first, giving them control of their identity data and where it is used,” says Ajay Bhalla, president, cyber and intelligence solutions, Mastercard. “Working with Microsoft brings us one step closer to making a globally interoperable digital identity service a reality, and we look forward to sharing more very soon.”

Access to a universally-recognized digital identity could unlock new and enhanced experiences for people as they interact with businesses, service providers and their community online, including:

  • Financial Services: Improve and speed the applicant identification process for establishing a new bank account, loan or payment service account
  • Commerce: Enable a more personalized and efficient shopping experience online and in stores, regardless of the payment type, device or service provider
  • Government Services: Simplify interactions with government agencies and services – such as filing taxes, applying for passports or securing support payments (e.g., Social Security)
  • Digital Services: Streamline and provide easier use of email, social media, movie/music streaming services, and rideshare platforms

“Digital identity is a cornerstone of how people live, work and play every day,” said Joy Chik, corporate vice president, Identity, Microsoft. “We believe people should be in control of their digital identity and data, and we’re thrilled to first work with Mastercard to bring new decentralized identity innovations to life.”

This digital identity initiative could also help solve for common challenges:

  • Identity Inclusion: More than 1 billion people, a majority of them women, children and refugees, are not officially recognized; a digital identity can improve their access to health, financial and social services.
  •  Identity Verification: A single, reusable digital identity can help people interact with a merchant, bank, government agency and countless other digital service providers with greater integrity, lower cost and with less friction.
  • Fraud Prevention: A single digital identity can help reduce payments fraud and identity theft of various forms.

This initiative will serve as the foundation for new Mastercard services powered by Microsoft Azure and built-in collaboration with leaders in the banking, mobile network operator and government communities. Microsoft and Mastercard are bringing together their respective strengths – Microsoft’s expertise in identity technology and Mastercard’s expertise in securely orchestrating digital interactions in a complex, multi-stakeholder ecosystem.

Additional details on these efforts will be shared in the coming months.

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

With This Ring I Thee Wed

A marriage between husband and wife is a mini version of the covenant system, like a little seed by which a kingdom is sown: from two people a whole nation can come into being. A dynasty, a house, a family, a clan with a name and an identity.

Suzerains and vassals
Persian King Darius receiving his vassals
In ancient times, strong ties between nations were created through marriages. A suzerain state would take a vassal state under its wing, put into effect by marrying one of its princes or even the king himself to a wife from the royal house of the vassal state under the eyes of a deity, whose images and statues were wheeled out and put into a semi-circle around the actual nuptials in the dominating nation’s temple. 

Thus, a weaker nation could seek protection from a stronger nation, or a stronger nation could add resources and expand its empire through this instrument of forced international marriage. History tells us of some of these arrangements where this worked out well, but more often these marriage covenants ended in disaster and war.

Covenant of Death
The Global Covenant is a twisted and perverted version of this ancient system. It aims to cajole, dupe and ultimately force everyone into an abusive marriage between mankind and a spiritual entity who goes by various names and genders. Today we see the leaders of our world bowing down to Lucifer, its male manifestation, or Gaia, its female manifestation. All the elements of a marriage can be found in this Global Covenant with Satan: the deceptive oath based on a lie, the fake identity, fake protection, fake provision, fake welfare, and fake spirituality: the whole Global Covenant is fake from top to bottom. It is one big scam to ultimately destroy mankind through slavery, famine, sickness and disease, war and death.

The Ring
So here is the latest development: to be wedded into this covenant of death there is now a ring called Token. It locks the wearer into a digital financial world of the identity of a Global Citizen. This biosensor ring will be the key to what they call inclusion and connectivity: modern words for becoming one in a digital marriage covenant. 

“What if your identity was in your own hand(s)?” asked David Treat, MD of Accenture, a so-called management consulting firm with its powerful corporate fingers in many globalist pies. "I appreciate the point that biometrics is on the way out", he said in his 2017 presentation at the ID2020 Platform For ChangeSummit, after which mentioned a better idea: “a token like a necklace as a device”. 

So here it is: the Token Ring, a digital gadget, heralded and lauded by the other major ID2020 partner:
"We’re thrilled to work with Token to make the Windows Hello experience even better. With its simple design, Token – a biometric identity ring changing the way you prove and protect your identity by streamlining the process of authentication throughout your day – logs you into Windows 10 seamlessly in a way that feels natural and familiar." Microsoft Windows Blog

Note also the knock, another biblical reference to covenants: "Behold, I stand at the door and knock". My advice: don't answer the Global Covenant's knock on your door.

Monday, 11 June 2018

I am so happy with my new car

I bought a new car yesterday. Freedom at last! Now I can drive wherever I want, whenever I want. And be safe as well, because this car comes with a whole host of new services. I am so lucky.

Free Car Key Deposit
First of all, the dealer keeps my car keys for my own protection. This service is called MyKey. I have full control: I can pop into the dealership any time I want to collect the keys. This MyKey service is free, I don't have to pay anything. In addition, I have the freedom to block the dealers from giving the keys to other customers under the GlobalKey plan for Saving the Earth. Admittedly, it can be a bit tricky to locate the correct web page to remove my supposed consent, but I have full control.

Improvements Every Year!
They regularly update this wonderful free service for improved experience. At least once a year! If I want to change from no key sharing to opting in to GlobalKey Share again, I don't need to do anything - it's automatic! And if I want to stay opted out, all I would need to do is find the right web page again, give my mobile number and my Global ID again and tick the box after receiving the safety code on my mobile. And they make it so easy! They have a Customer Service phone number with a computerised chat function for standard questions relating to the improved and personalised service. This service is really really great, and best of all:  I am in control.

Full Control
The car comes with an Easy Locator Function. Should I ever forget where I parked it, all I need to do is to log in to secure MyCarLocation account, and hey presto! They can send me a message on my pre-registered mobile phone with a snapshot from the street camera nearest to where my car is. And a picture of where I am standing as I request this personalised-for-my-better-experience information. Again, I am in full control, because I can opt out from this service. This is so wonderful!

Opting Out: Sure. Easy.
Another feature is the valuable information the dealer now has on me: conversations that are recorded in my car, and facial recognition of anyone who has been in the car. I can re-live what great times I have had with my passengers, and enjoy our conversation again and post them on social media- this is great! Opting out here is not so easy, because it is tied in with the MyKey service. If I opt out, I won't have access to my car keys any more. So that's a tricky one.

But on the whole, I have never felt so free and in control. And safe! We are living in wonderful times. I am so happy with my new Ford Orwell.

Image source: Deviant Art