Last summer I posted about a new economic system over in India, called Aadhaar. The reason why this system caught my attention back then is due to the fact that it pretty much mirrors what the bible describes in the book of Revelation as being the “mark” of the beast. You know… the one that forces the “no one can buy or sell unless they have it” type of stuff.
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. – Revelation 13:16-17
Well, I am posting about it again because something rather exciting happened with it earlier this month.
Outlook India, a news website for that region of the world posted an article about the Aadhaar system that I think was rather titillating, if you ask me. In short, a Christian went to the Supreme Court suggesting that they could not participate in the program because it essentially lines up with how they view what is represented in the last chapter of the bible.
John Abraham (ironic name), the man and his family that were personally affected by this system (thus taking it to the courts), essentially states that his son was unable to attend school because he wasn’t participating in the system. But, don’t take my word for it. Here is a small expert from the article.
“The Supreme Court, which is hearing a slew of petitions on the Constitutional validity of Aadhar, was on Tuesday faced with a peculiar petition by a devout Christian’ seeking exemption from submitting biometric data citing “religious belief”.
Petitioner John Abraham, whose son was not allowed to enter school after he denied giving biometric details on the ground that their religion does not permit it, said it has become impossible for a person to go about their everyday lives without having an Aadhaar.”
I don’t know about you, but I find this type of news very exciting. The end of the modern era and the ushering in of the New Jerusalem is right around the corner. And it’s content like this that causes one to top, take in a deep breath, and know that what I am saying is true.
And with this excitement in mind, I can’t help but look at the statistics for how many people are actually participating in this system over in India.
As shown from the 2016-2017 Aadhaar ID insight report (directly from the horse’s mouth), 80% of India has enrolled into this program at more than 1.14 billion people in just two years.
It’s coming, people.
But hey, what do I know… right? I clearly must be ignorant.