An Identity Crisis

Boy, I just can’t wait for the advent of a full digital identification system — chip implants, biometrics, CBDC, the works — which will make it so much easier and more convenient to forge identity documents.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Der Wochenblick:

Between WEF control and ID theft

Digital driving license is not forgery-proof

For the globalists, it is the next big step on the way to becoming a transparent citizen: the “digital driver’s license” should be the starting point for merging all ID cards and, in the final phase, for all administrative procedures. But a plan is only as good as the person who executes it — for example, due to security gaps in the implementation.

Blatant security flaws

While Austria is still working on its “ID Austria”, its German neighbors are already one step further; the “Verimi ID-Wallet” can already display the digital ID cards. But the whole thing has an additional catch: Because the “Foto Ident” system was not sufficiently secure. Photograph the front and back of the ID card and upload a photo.

This is checked by an artificial intelligence — without human intervention. Because counterfeits are easily produced, the IT expert Martin Tschirsich pointed out the blatant security gap on Twitter. After some trial and error, according to Tschirsich, he was “the proud owner of several digital driving licenses and Swiss citizenship.”

[Twitter link]

Choice between plague and cholera

While WEF & Co. are already dreaming of being able to monitor and control us via a single app, reality suffers from the basics. For the end consumer, however, both are a terrible idea: In one case, there is a risk of complete control by the elites; in the other case the danger that someone else could “only” walk around with their own identity…

Afterword from the translator:

In South Africa, when they introduced the Digital ID and Driver’s Licence, the people with the know-how defrauded thousands in a myriad of ways within the blink of an eye. People suddenly found out that they’d been married, bought furniture and appliances on credit or even borrowed money from banks. Not that something like this didn’t happen before, but now they didn’t have to go through a corrupt Home Affairs official first.

Just imagine what the Ukrainians and Romanians will be able to do with that in Europe.

10 thoughts on “An Identity Crisis

  1. The forest starts at the guard rail and gas line marker, and you can get 25 miles West or several counties out in two days by following the creek.
    Rural people don’t play and they will just feed grifters and bangers to the hogs.
    Welcome to Pineland.


    Many thanks to Hellequin GB
    for translating this article from
    The weekly view:

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    The newspaper was founded in March 2016. The media owner (publisher) and producer is Medien24 GmbH, based in Brunnenthal.[4] The owner, as a 100% shareholder, is Emotion Media GmbH.[5] The first editor-in-chief was Kurt Guggenbichler,[5] who had previously worked for 25 years at Oberösterreichische Nachrichten.[6] On May 4, 2018, Christian Seibert replaced him.[7][8] He held this position until March 2020, and was succeeded by Elsa Mittmannsgruber. At the end of January 2022, Bernadette Conrads was introduced as the new and current editor-in-chief.[9] The managing director is Norbert Geroldinger.[5] In the first weeks, the newspaper was distributed for free on the streets of Linz and Wels.[10]

    Offer and reach
    In addition to the print edition published every Thursday, the medium also operates a daily updated online portal. Themed issues are published at irregular intervals under the name Wochenblick Spezialmagazin, of which there are currently (as of September 21, 2021) eight issues. In August 2019, the medium also supplemented its portfolio with the currently inactive video portal Wochenblick TV,[11] on which content appeared several times a week, including live discussion rounds in addition to opinion pieces by editors. As an alternative to conventional subscriptions, readers can also become members of the so-called Wochenblick Club, which promises discounts on the paper’s events. Promotional subscriptions are also offered.

    According to the social media analysis tool Storyclash, Wochenblick was the 15th most important media on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube in November 2019.[12] More than half of the medium’s online users were from Germany in December 2019.[13] It continued to expand this reach: In May 2021, Wochenblick ranked 4th among Austrian media sites by social media interactions, according to Storyclash. According to the paper, during that year it was “at times the media with the widest reach from Upper Austria.”[14]

    Wochenblick’s editorial line is to produce “information, news, reports and features” for Upper Austria. One is committed to “journalistic ethics and freedom, pluralistic diversity of opinion and biodiversity, homeland and human rights, democracy, and Austria.”[4]

    Criticism and public perception
    The newspaper is said by the Falter to have a close relationship with the FPÖ, among other things the Wochenblick is said to be co-financed by it.[2] Both sides deny a connection. In the past, it has also been rumored that Wochenblick editors have worked for FPÖ organizations.[1]

    The Documentation Archive of Austrian Resistance calls Wochenblick a “disinformation project on the right-wing fringe.”[15] According to Falter, Wochenblick is said to regularly publish right-wing conspiracy theories and memes.[2] The Ruhr Nachrichten also raised the accusation that Wochenblick had distorted its coverage of the 2016/17 New Year’s Eve in Dortmund.[16]

    In March 2018, Wochenblick was ordered to pay 3,000 euros for defamation.[17] The verdict was upheld by the Linz Regional Court in July 2018.[18] In the same court case, it became known that Wochenblick received around 850,000 euros a year from unknown sponsors. According to its management, this sponsorship was also to be understood as researching and writing for certain people if they had a special request. However, those responsible did not see the independence of the paper compromised by this.[19]

    The newspaper was reprimanded several times by the Austrian Press Council for its reporting,[20] including in relation to articles on refugees,[21] Austrian domestic politics,[22] or colported consequences of the Corona measures policy.[23] On several occasions, the fact-checker portal Correctiv also took exception to Wochenblick’s reporting, most recently in an analysis on the reception of the Ukraine war, in which they accused the medium of making connections with conspiracy theories on the Great Reset. [24] However, the portal also attested to Wochenblick’s campaigning ability in the run-up to the 2021 German federal election, publishing “lurid to inflammatory articles about the Greens and their top candidate for the federal election, Annalena Baerbock,” in order to influence German politics.[25]

    • You mean Annalena Baerbock didn’t fellate a cacophony of roosters to get to where she is? Obviously she doesn’t have the charisma or intelligence for the position, and the looks are debatable.

      I think the roosters got the worst of the bargain.

    • I think those fools forget that the man who owns nothing has nothing to lose.

      I highly doubt that Klaus Schwab, George Soros, Bill Gates, Larry (Rat) Fink and countless other elite filth will have the opportunity to die peacefully in their beds. And I will most certainly give a toast to everyone who sends these evil parasites to their meeting with Beelzebub.

  3. Just imagine someone would steal the identity of Klaus Schwab /Yuval Noah Harari / Trudeau and do something stupid.

    Just sayin…

    • Stupid as in fornicating with underage girls on a pedophile’s private island?

      I think reality already has won in the stupid category vs anything some Somali or Roma could possibly do with a forged ID of one of those clowns.

    • Why would anyone go to that trouble when Schwab, Harari & Trudy do and say stupid things daily on their own recognizance, and how would you know the difference.

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