Goa goes cashless with SIM-sticker

The Indian state of Goa enforces people to use mobile-phone banking, to become the first cashless area from 31st of December.

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India is in the frontline in the last war on cash, a sign of the beginning of the Great Tribulation.

The Goa State Co-operative Bank (GSCB) in its endeavour to adopt cashless transactions will be launching  a mobile banking facility, based on SIM sleeve technology which can be used even without Internet connectivity.

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The SIM-card sticker will also work when placed on the forehand.
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The age of the final antichrist is about to begin.

Addressing the media, GSCB chairman Ulhas Phaldesai said that the cooperative societies in the state have resolved to achieve the target of commencing cashless transactions by December 25.

“The co-operative societies met on Monday and have unanimously resolved to proceed to achieve the target by December 25 to adhere to the given timeframe of December 31 by the Goa government,” he added.

SIM sleeve technology uses a thin sticker which is pasted on the SIM card being used in the mobile phone regardless of its size, nano, micro or standard. The sticker installs a SIM Tool Kit (STK)-based app which can be used on any phone and also without the internet.

Source: The Navhind Times

My comment:

India might become the first nation to enforce people to take a 12-digit number to be able to buy and sell.  After the Indian government nullified all 500 and 1000 rupee notes on 8th of November, the Prime Minister has promised to create a cashless economy. The state of Goa has been singled out as a model state. From 31st of december, the small state with a population of 1,7 million, shall become the fist cashless state.

My local banker said it bluntly. This is enforced digitization.  Cash is forcefully removed from the market. People shall feel the pinch, and will not be able to do purchases using cash.

The radical change in India is not only an example of despotism. It is apocalyptic. The book of Revelation tells us about a day when 3.000 years of use of cash will come to an end. And a number will be introduced, and made to monopolize all trade. In the Bible, this number is called the mark of the beast. The symbol of the last and final antichrist.  All who take it, will be demonized and eventually thrown into the everlasting fire of Hell.

Revelation 13: 15-17.

 The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.

The technology has been in place for some times. But no democratically elected government, have had the will power to enforce such a radical change as India. Now, all will be forced to take the “SIM-card-sticker”.  Since smart phones can be stolen or run out of battery, it will be better to have this sticker on the forehand. And to be able to open closed office doors, a sticker on the forehead will do the needful.

All Christians who believe in the Word of God, should be alarmed. If we don’t prepare for this ultimate age of evil, we will probably not make it to the kingdom of Heaven.  Do not believe in false teachers, who say we will we raptured away from the ultimate trouble. Rather believe in the Word as it is written, and prepare your self to be a part of an alternative economy, and a Church that will have to go underground. Jesus the Messiah will take care us us, also inside the Great Tribulation. Amen.

Written by Ivar

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3 thoughts on “Goa goes cashless with SIM-sticker

  1. It is now so evil in the world and we know it. G-d said: don’t worry about who can kill the body , but who can kill the body and the soul. The only real good news is that HE IS COMING SOON.

  2. Luke 21:28
    And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads, for your redemption draweth nigh
    AMEN

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