EU head Ursula von der Leyen calls for global implementation of Mark of the Beast – “future is digital”
By Ethan Huff // Sep 14, 2023

What the world needs now is not love, according to European Union (EU) chief Ursula von der Leyen. No, what the world needs in her eyes is an international digital identification system like Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccine" passports and artificial intelligence (AI) – in other words, von der Leyen is calling for the Mark of the Beast.

The current president of the European Commission, von der Leyen imagines that this new global digital ID system will be run by a powerful globalist body such as the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

"The future will be digital," von der Leyen proclaimed before the "One Future" session of the G20 Summit in India, adding that there needs to be more globalist institutions established to help set up all the boundaries and regulations for this new Mark of the Beast system.

Before ascending to her unelected role as EU Commission president, von der Leyen served as Berlin's Defence Minister.

"Today I want to focus on AI and digital infrastructure," von der Leyen said at the One Future session. "As it has been described, AI has risks but also offers tremendous opportunities. The crucial question is how to harness a rapidly changing technology."

"In the EU, in 2020, we presented the first-ever law on artificial intelligence. We want to facilitate innovation while building trust. But we need more. What the world does now will shape our future. I believe that Europe, and its partners, should develop a new global framework for AI risks."

In other words, von der Leyen is eager to install AI robots as the new global overlords to run her envisioned digital ID program. She wants it to span the entire world, which is why she wants there to be developed a "global framework for AI risks."

"We would need a similar body to the IPCC for climate, and here we need additional outreach to the scientists, entrepreneurs and innovators," she added at One Future. "They need to provide the knowledge on the risks posed by AI, as well as the potential benefits for humanity."

(Related: In late 2021, von der Leyen announced plans to force everyone in Europe to get jabbed for COVID.)

To function in public, everyone in the future will need to be merged into "digital public infrastructures," von der Leyen says

In von der Leyen's envisioned AI-run future, all people on earth will need to participate in accordance with the "digital public infrastructures" that she wants to see erected.

These digital public infrastructures will function in much the same way as the coronavirus passport system that existed in the EU during the "pandemic."

"Many of you are familiar with the COVID-19 digital certificate," von der Leyen told the room in India. "The EU developed it for itself. The model was so functional and so trusted that 51 countries on 4 continents adopted it for free."

"Today, the WHO uses it as a global standard to facilitate mobility in times of health threats. I want to thank Dr. Tedros again for the excellent cooperation."

Right now, the EU is trying its hardest to introduce a bloc-wide "digital identity" app containing each person's passport, driver's license, credit cards, and other important information. All such information would be available right in the app, and perhaps eventually in an implantable microchip for further security.

The move prompted Romanian Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Cristian Terhes to warn that the planned implementation of this bloc-wide digital ID system would result in the "Chinafication" of Europe, which nobody wants.

Just like von der Leyen is trying to do through the EU, China is busy trying to implement its own Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) to replace its existing fiat currency infrastructure.

"This megalomaniac is an unelected bureaucrat," one commenter wrote about von der Leyen, who is clearly on a rogue power trip – perhaps she would feel more at home if she simply moved to communist China rather than turn Europe into communist China?

"She can go straight to hell. Do not pass Go, do not collect $200."

Others wondered how easy it might be to hack a digital ID app, allowing people's personal information to flow into the hands of hackers.

"This is the face of the enemy," wrote another. "Do you get it now?"

"So a digital version of 'where are your papers?' is espoused," said someone else, noting the irony considering von der Leyen hails from Germany.

The latest news about the coming one-world order, Mark of the Beast, and fulfillment of Daniel's 70th week can be found at Revelations.news.

Sources for this article include:

Breitbart.com

NaturalNews.com



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