The constant need for daily firefighting puts me in mind of the game of Smack A Mole to be found in seaside amusement arcades. Each time the mole pops up you have to hit him on a head with a mallet … only for him then to pop out of a new hole and need whacking all over again.
It’s that way with control-system agendas. In spite of the psychopaths unleashing new ones every day, however, some significant victories on our part can be seen.
Meanwhile, the moral degradation of popular culture continues to sink to new depths with 64-year-old Madonna – or should that be “Madonna” – announcing her upcoming tour with an orgy of depraved filth. Just what the hell is going on with “her” these days?
Subject: Response to the consultation on the data sharing for identity verification services
UK Government’s Digital Identity Survey
I am sending you my comments in the form of an email, rather than answering the multiple choice questions in your survey. This is because I find your survey to be rather opaque and confusing to say the least. Many of the questions are either loaded or exceedingly tricky to interpret. The scope of the survey also seems to be extremely limited. I can only conclude that no meaningful survey was ever intended.
A digital ID raises serious human rights issues. These must be seriously addressed when Government desires one single digital identity used for authentication in multiple contexts, which can lead to excessive and all pervasive profiles on individuals.
From a privacy angle there are serious concerns about the centralisation of such large amounts of personal information. This would be an attractive target for cybercriminals. Governments might well promise protection against data breaches, but prove to be all too fallible in this regard. Not long ago the world’s largest digital ID framework in India was shown to be compromised. Consequently, it should be basic common sense that for a digital ID system to work effectively without becoming prey to hacking that it should be decentralised as well as also observing sound digital security policies.
A digital ID should not be mandatory. Any individual should have the right to opt out of the digital ID, without prejudice or negative repercussions. Whilst the UK Government document does say that it will not be mandatory, this is not necessarily reassuring. The UK as well as other governments around the world has demonstrated all too clearly in the last few years just how willing they are to break promises. Trust in government has collapsed for many people. The digital ID must not become compulsory in all but name, in which people increasingly find it difficult to access services if they do not actively consent to it.
A much wiser approach in regard to any role-out of any digital ID technology would be to observe the following four core principles. Firstly, ensure decentralisation. Secondly, ensure data minimisation. Thirdly, ensure consent at all times, not merely during the onset of the program. Fourthly, ensure limited access to the data. I can see no obvious signs at the moment that the UK government is at all capable of grasping any of these core principles.
We should not be in any rush to follow the example of the Australian government’s myGov mobile app launch, with integrated biometric facial recognition log-in capabilities and a digital wallet. The app is designed to become a single ‘digital wallet’ to manage identity and provide mobile access to both government and private sector services. Biometric checks such as fingerprint verification, QR codes and six-digit pins are also involved here.
Where do we go next (in the UK as well as other countries) in the fast march to a centralised digital ID? Some might fear, with some justification, that the digital ID would before too long be linked to a Chinese-style social credit system, determining who would have full participation in society and those who would have restricted participation.
In conclusion, I am emphatically opposed to the digital ID system that the UK government seems to want to bring in.
Alternative Beatles researchers Matt Sergiou and Desiree Hall join host Mark Devlin for another chat exploring occult and conspiratorial aspects of the most fascinating pop group of them all.
Up for discussion this time around:
The 60th anniversary of both the first Beatles single and the first James Bond film and the crossover between these two British institutions; Beatles affiliates still being used to further social engineering agendas several decades on; the new deluxe release of ‘Revolver’ and how this album signalled the significant turning point in the Beatles’ sound; the group’s place within London’s counter-culture and “avant-garde” art scene of the 1960s; Stella McCartney helping to push climate change and her Establishment connections; Julian Lennon and Paul McCartney waving the flag for Ukraine; Who is Chris Holmes? A study of McCartney’s enigmatic tour DJ and his unsettling affiliations.
Desiree and Matt’s blog sites can be found on the following links:
ANTONELLO FERRARI & ALDO BERGAMASCO: KEEP ON PUMPIN’ (CLUB MIX)
STAXX FEAT. DR. PACKER: JOY (DR. PACKER EXTENDED MIX)
KATHY BROWN FEAT. JET BOOT JACK & RICHARD EARNSHAW: BRINGING THE GOOD TIMES BACK
MIND STREET FEAT. ANDREA LOVE & RICHARD EARNSHAW: CELEBRATE (RICHARD EARNSHAW EXTENDED REVIBE)
DROP OUT ORCHESTRA FEAT. MISHELL IVON: HE’S ALWAYS THERE (K-KLASSIC MIX)
YOOKS & TASHA LARAE. THE QUESTION
ARNAUD D FEAT. MISS FLY & REELSOUL: TO THE SKY (REELSOUL SUMMER RAIN VOCAL MIX)
PAT BEDEAU FEAT. HANNAH KHEMOH: DANGEROUS (MAIN MIX)
BRUTHA BASIL FEAT. KELVIN SYLVESTER & JUSTIN DANIELS: THANKFUL (BRUKEL SOULFUL HOUSE MIX)
SEBB JUNIOR FEAT. KARMINA DAI & MR. V: THE MENU (CLUB MIX)
DENNIS FERRER FEAT. MIA TUTTAVILLA: TOUCHED THE SKY (UNRELEASED CASSIMM DUB)
GUEST DJ MIX: ANDY SPENCER (UK)
AARON K. GRAY & DJ GOMI: CELEBRATE YOUR LIFE (ORIGINAL MIX)
SHELMANEIK WATSON: I BEEN BLESSED EVERYDAY (D SHARP REMIX)
NORTH N SOUTH & VANESSA HAYNES: SWEET LOVE (MAIN VOCAL MIX)
CAFE 432 & LOUISE MARSHALL: HEAVENLY LOVE (ORIGINAL EXTENDED MIX)
THOMMY DAVIS & TASHA LARAE: FOR EVERY MOUNTAIN (KENNY CARPENTER REMIX)
KNOX & AARON K. GRAY: HALLELUJAH (JOSH EMMAN VOCAL MIX)
DAVE ANTHONY & DAWN SOULUVN WILLIAMS: BETTER DAYS (CLUB VOCAL MIX)
JOIODJ & TOMMIE COTTON: I BELIEVE
RICKY MONTANARI & HOLLY: LAND OF FREEDOM (ORIGINAL MIX)
CHILDREN OF THE UNDERGROUND: OH HAPPY DAY (D’S FULL LENGTH CLASSIC MIX)
Well-known researcher and speaker Max Igan returns for a wide-reaching discussion considering many aspects of life in the 2020s.
Along the way we discuss: Jacinda Ardern’s resignation; international travel restrictions and relaxations; the power and influence of music; why popular culture has been so effectively used for societal mind-control; the ability to spot agendas with life experience; young people who “get it”; NPCs, or “backdrop people”; bringing children into the world in these perilous times; balancing ‘dark’ information alongside empowering messages.
Rhys Dawney had me on his Schism podcast for a free-flowing, far-reaching and very intensive chat about dark occult and conspiratorial aspects of music and popular culture, and how everything slots together within the big picture.