Japan Launching Orwellian 'All-Purpose' ID Card Called "My Number" October 2015

Ready or not, government will soon have your My Number

[excerpted] Starting in mid-October, the government will send all residents in Japan, native or foreign, a randomly generated 12-digit identification number that will in principle remain unchangeable in their lifetime. The program will officially commence in January, when people will be asked by employers and city officials to present their My Number ID when conducting administrative matters related to taxes and social welfare benefits.

The government claims the unprecedented identification system, similar to the Social Security number used in the United States, will help reduce red tape and paperwork.

The notices for My Number will also include an application form for what the government terms an “Individual Number Card (My Number card)” — an IC-equipped card that, from January on, could work in lieu of driver’s licenses, passports and other forms of identification.

Obtaining the My Number card is not mandatory, but to maximize its prevalence the government wants it to function as a health insurance card, credit/cash card and employee ID card at private companies in the coming years.

In one potential scenario, the Finance Ministry is thinking of launching a tax refund program to ease the impact of the scheduled consumption tax hike to 10 percent from 8 percent in April 2017. As part of the plan, the ministry would require consumers to present the My Number card wherever they shop to claim the refund on the 2-point hike for food and drink.

Another big concern in Japan, he said, is abuse of authority — namely the police.

A law grants the police free rein to use My Number to access and collect whatever private information they need for “investigative purposes,” he said. What’s worse, police can do so unsupervised by the monitoring committee. The impunity suggests police activities are virtually “untouchable,” he said, adding that the day may be approaching when police ask pedestrians to present their My Number cards during routine stops.

“In this regard, for the police, My Number will be like a master key through which they can identify their target with unprecedented speed and ease.”

666 or bust, the would-be masters-of-the-universe are giving it all they've got to get their 'human-cattle' planetary management system up and running.

Tax ID, drivers license, health insurance, credit and other bank cards, passport, company ID #, shopping discount card, and who knows what else...all rolled up into one...and government controlled. And police can access it all at will. Names no longer necessary...just "your number". This is Japan. You don't have to be Japanese though. Residents foreign or national to be assigned their #'s beginning next month October, program officially begins January 2016. Anybody in Japan will be officially numberized from there on out. First phase makes it mandatory for certain government matters, everything else to be phased-in "in the coming years". Coming to your country somewhere along the way.

And then...if they can just get everybody on the new personal-data collection system known as Windows 10 [link] - and no doubt they'll be tickled transgender-pink if they can...that'll be all she wrote. Owned like, well, like a herd of cattle.
 see: Agenda21 'Blue Zones'; see also: "because you're a minion"

Unfortunately for the self-proclaimed super-master 'ranchers', the grand plan, although it will run it's course (that's what the Book of Revelation is all about)...will utterly fail in the end:

Isaiah 14:12-15 'How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High. Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit. '

It is written.  Rev. 18:4

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