Aussie gov’t slowly easing in digital ID to gain more control over its citizens


The Australian government is slowly introducing the idea of digital identification to gain more control over its citizens.

A segment on 9 News which aired in 2021 said that in the near future, the ability to travel overseas or shop could depend on whether one has been injected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. The segment host remarked: “COVID vaccination could become our ticket to international travel and possibly determine where you can shop or eat. So how do you prove you have had it?”

 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.” Rev. 13:16

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Writing for LifeSiteNews, Australian journalist David James said nothing in the mainstream media should ever be trusted as most of them were churning out propaganda and manipulating facts about the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The fact that the story was aired makes it clear that there is a push by the federal government [in Canberra] to interlink an individual’s vaccine status and other areas of [the] digital ID, through what is called the MyGov system,” he wrote. James described MyGov as a “digital platform the federal government uses to communicate with citizens about social security and other functions.”

As of writing, two million Australians now have a digital ID. However, Canberra seems to be “ramping up” vaccination efforts to accelerate the tracking of citizens Down Under. The digital ID would be the “safest and easiest way to access MyGov,” said Australian Government Services Minister Stuart Robert.

However, the push for the digital ID elicited privacy concerns given that two companies – telecommunications company Optus and private health care provider Medibank – found themselves victims of data breaches.

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