Veritas: (Eng) On Your Mark: Electronic Chains To Bind Humans To An Electronic System Of Slavery Forged In India

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On Your Mark: Electronic Chains To Bind Humans To An Electronic System Of Slavery Forged In India

Aadhaar logo

India implementing plan to biometrically tag entire population to “secure access” to “benefits and services” and “political and economic rights”

Twenty years ago, William Cooper warned that one of the goals of the elite was to shackle “the mob” (read: you and your family) to a system of cashless electronic slavery which would control your lives from cradle to grave. For as long as these warnings were issued they were ridiculed as being “paranoid”, “conspiracy theories”, et cetera, et cetera. The same can be said of many other similar warnings issued by Bill and others. As the years have gone by, and as prediction after prediction becomes reality, the shoe has shifted to the other foot. Those who once smugly dismissed these warnings are now being forced to suck down their own self-righteous pooh-poohing and choke on the fact that the folks they ridiculed were indeed correct after all. This, of course, is not news to anyone who has been paying attention, but serves as an important signpost along the road to an increasingly unpredictable future.

On July 30, 2010,  Satyam Computer Services Ltd. (a.k.a. Mahindra Satyam), a leading global consulting and IT services provider and Morpho, the “world leader in biometric technologies and identification solutions”, announced that their consortium has been selected as one of the key partners to implement and execute the new “AADHAAR” program developed by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

According to Mint-McClatchy-Tribune Information Services, “The nodal agency for India’s unique identity numbers project has selected three consortia to set up and run systems that will ensure the biometrics-based IDs are not duplicated. The consortia are led by Accenture Ltd and MindTree Ltd; Mahindra Satyam and Sagem Morpho Security Pvt. Ltd; and Hewlett-Packard Co., L-1 Identity Solutions Inc. and 4G Identity Solutions Pvt. Ltd… While Accenture, MindTree, Mahindra Satyam and Hewlett-Packard are information technology (IT) firms, L-1 Identity, Sagem Morpho and 4G Identity Solutions provide biometric solutions.”

The UIDAI (renamed “AADHAAR”) is the largest “identity program” in the world. It is designed to secure the identity of every single resident of India – close to 1.2 billion people. Based on the latest biometric technologies, AADHAAR aims to provide a unique identification number to each Indian resident. This number will provide them with “secure access to benefits and services (education, telecom, medical care, banking and financial services) as well as political and economic rights.” The UIDAI has set standards to cover the method of collection of demographics – name, age, gender, address and the guardian’s name – and biometric attributes like the face, all ten fingerprints and an iris scan. The iris scan is particularly important. “Many people have rough fingertips, a result of their jobs. Besides, babies don’t even have properly built fingers. Iris scan will ensure these challenges are taken care of,” RS Sharma, DG, UIDAI said. Heaven forbid they miss tagging babies. After all, this is what we mean by “from the cradle to the grave.”

On June 8, India’s largest life insurance firm, Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), signed on with the UIDAI to become a registrar for the delivery of a unique 12-digit identity number to the people of India. With this, the UIDAI will also have access to a database of 200 million policyholders of LIC. LIC has details like name, gender and sex of policyholders, as well as their parents’ names. The database only has to add the biometric details to it. The number itself will have an additional four digits “that will be hidden from the common man. … These four digits, which the authority terms a ‘virtual number’, will change as and when the resident changes his pin number or residence. The user, however, will only use the 12-digit number allotted to him.”

The UIDAI  plans to involve several of India’s major financial institutions in the project. The organization is in talks with India’s major banks regarding the development of “micro ATMs” for “financial inclusion”, one of the primary goals of AADHAAR. These micro ATMs would allow customers to perform basic financial transactions using only their UID number and their fingerprint.

The first set of Aadhaars will be issued between August this year and February 2011.

So, in light of all this “progress” there’s only one logical question: Where’s the microchips?


The esoteric significance of the logo (a sun in red and yellow with a fingerprint in the center) is immediately obvious to anyone with even a passing knowledge of occult symbology and this basic knowledge will not be repeated here. Instead, the focus will be on what those behind the program say about it. Longtime listeners of the Hour of the Time and other perceptive individuals will be able to recognize this for what it is.

One interesting aspect of this project is that the name and logo are specifically linked not necessarily to the program as a whole, but to the numbers themselves. And, according to the UIDAI’s announcement regarding the new logo, “The brand name and logo for the unique numbers to be issued by the UIDAI have been developed keeping the transformational potential of the program in mind.” Well, just like those famous alien robots, there’s more than meets the eye to this program’s “transformational potential.”

In traditional fashion, a lot of double-speak and gross distortions are being used to promote this new program. According to the UIDAI, “AADHAAR would also be a foundation for the effective enforcement of individual rights.” Really? Individual rights? Well, that sounds dandy (except for the enforcement part). What exactly does this mean? “A clear registration and recognition of the individual’s identity with the state is necessary to implement their rights – to employment, education, food, etc. The number, by ensuring such registration and recognition of individuals, would help the state deliver these rights.” And there it is. The same old story: your “individual rights” means the right to be electronically shackled to the state in a system of socialist slavery.

According to its founders, the logo “effectively communicates the vision for AADHAAR. It represents a new dawn of equal opportunity for each individual, a dawn which emerges from the unique identity the number guarantees for each individual.” (Emphasis in original) This just keeps getting better and better.

They continue, “[t]he idea of ‘light’ within the logo also communicates an important vision of the UIDAI – that AADHAAR’s uniqueness in identity verification would allow the governments to implement greater transparency in welfare programs, bringing more light into the delivery of services and resources.” Gee, doesn’t that sound great? “This idea of light can also be used to communicate another core promise of AADHAAR – that with this number, the poor will no longer be invisible to the state. AADHAAR would throw light on, and recognize the existence of each poor individual, by registering their identities with the government.” Wait. Stop the presses. I… I’m getting a little choked up. It is just hard to believe that any people in the history of the world have ever been blessed with anything more benevolent. “This, as Shri Nilekani [Chairman of the UIDAI] notes, ‘will be critical to recognizing and enforcing the rights of the poor – their right to work, right to education, right to healthcare, etc. in the country.’”

So, there you have it: a universal electronic mark to enforce the right to be a drone in a collectivist bee hive. Where would this plan be without such a nifty logo to embody its noble purposes? After learning about this milestone of magnanimity, let your humble correspondent be the first to shout from the rooftops, “We need REAL ID!” And don’t forget the microchips…

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