The Mark of the Beast System is Being Implemented Today

People are voluntarily getting chipped around the world.

The gradual roll-out of the Antichrist’s Mark of the Beast system is playing out before our eyes. In the video report posted below, Benjamin Knight highlights two separate stories (one out of Europe and another out of Wisconsin) on new RFID chips being offered for voluntary use.

What will start out as a voluntary procedure branded as a means to “make life easier,” will one day be a tool to persecute Christians around the world during the Great Tribulation.

The Bible says:

Revelation 13:16-17 King James Version (KJV)

16 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:

17 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.

A mark IN their right hand, or IN their foreheads. We’re seeing the normalization of this “mark” today as the devil works behind the scenes to establish his New World Order.

Watch the video report below:

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#NoG20 Protests: Live Updates from Germany

#NoG20 Protests: Live Updates from Germany

Hamburg, Germany – #NoG20 protesters are gathering to address the global exploitation of resources, wars and violence of the capitalist system, and make their criticism and voices heard. The G20 Summit is an international forum for the governments and central bank governors from the 20 major world economies. The 2017 summit is the twelfth meeting of the G20 and will last from July 7th – 8th, 2017, in the city of Hamburg, Germany. 

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WATCH THE LIVESTREAM FROM HAMBURG:

 

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UNICORN RIOT COVERAGE OF G20 PROTESTS:

July 4, 2017 – Article: #G20 Summit Police State Descends on Hamburg

Livestream Coverage:

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July 5, 2017 – Article: #G20 Summit – Demo Rave & Snatch Squads

Livestream Coverage:

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July 6, 2017 – Watch the livestream above


G20 SUMMIT FACTS:

  • 20,000 police to provide protection for State delegates, such as Trump, Putin, and Erdogan
  • 4,800 journalists
  • 6,000 State delegates
  • 130 million Euros cost to the taxpayer
  • 38 square kilometer security zone

ADDITIONAL CONTEXT

One of the co-organizers Michael Martin explains why they named the planned protests “Welcome to Hell.”

The world of the G20, capitalism and patriarchal relationships mean the hell on earth for millions of people today, but not only the commodity flows and markets have become globalized, but also our resistance Not to be intimidated by the violence and the legal crimes of the police in Hamburg.” – Michael Martin, co-organizer of “Welcome to Hell”


On Sunday, July 2nd, police attacked a large protest camp in Northwest Hamburg. Multiple injuries of protesters reported. Police also raided the home of at least one suspected militant protester in Rostock, Germany. The police claim to have found a cache of minor weapons.

Police have not allowed protest encampments across the city. Efforts for a legal encampment have already been squashed despite local judges siding on the side of the encampments, as police have eradicated at least two camps.

At 10:00 a.m. this morning the ultimatum against the senate in Hamburg passed. Autonomous activists demanded from the senate to allow a protest camps with tents to sleep until 10:00 a.m. this morning. Otherwise activists would start wild camps across Hamburg. The senate didn’t react so things might escalate today. First “wild” camps already started: https://linksunten.indymedia.org/en/node/217240

(Source: enoughisenough14.org)

 

Flight restriction have also been created because of #G20HAM17 from July 6, 6 o’clock. Drones are not allowed. Police have suspended the right to assemble from 06:00 on the 7th to 06:00 on the 8th of July.


Follow Unicorn Riot on social media for more updates, live video,

and other media coverage of the protests outside the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.

Below is a summary of media promoting each day of protest.

#NoG20 EVENTS

July 5th & 6th:

Summit of Solidarity


July 5th: 

night dance demonstration


July 6th: 

International anticapitalist demonstration “G20 – Welcome to Hell!” / St. Pauli Fischmarkt
4pm: Opening with cultural, musical and political contributions
7pm: Start of the demonstration




July 7th:


Hamburg City Strike
 – Disobedient mass actions against the G20-Summit
Block G20 – Colour The Red Zone
Shut down the logistics of capital!
Student’s strike – Youth against G20


July 8:

Mass demonstration with autonomous & anticapitalist blocs


MAPS


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Below are  live twitter updates following the hashtags

#NoG20, #NoG20en, and #G20Ham17

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Watch live: G20 host Hamburg braces for ‘Welcome to Hell’ protest

Live: Protesters gather for G20 demonstration in Hamburg

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Hamburg’s police forces are bracing themselves for violent anti-capitalist protests on Thursday as world leaders descend into Germany for the G20 summit.

The host city witnessed ugly scenes unfolded Tuesday night as riot police used water cannon and pepper spray to clear an unauthorised protest camp, leaving five people injured – driving fears of more trouble ahead.

Up to 100,000 demonstrators part of the ‘Welcome to Hell’ protest are expected before and during the two-day Group of 20 meeting that starts Friday and will bring US President Donald Trump, Russia’s Vladimir Putin, China’s Xi Jinping and other leaders to the city.

Donald Trump
US President Donald Trump will be attending the two day meeting in Hamburg that starts Friday Credit: Saul Loeb/AFP

Germany’s second city, hosting its largest-ever international meeting, has deployed some 20,000 police around the event sites, equipped with riot gear, armoured vehicles, helicopters and surveillance drones.

A holding centre for detainees has been set up with space for 400 people and detention judges are on hand.

Some 30 demonstrations have been announced before and during the meeting, organised by anti-globalisation activists and environmentalists, trade unions, students and church groups.

Late Thursday, police detained six people for throwing bottles at officers as about 11,000 protesters marched through Hamburg to techno music under the banner “I’d rather dance than G20”.

Police were also investigating a fire at a local Porsche dealership in which eight luxury vehicles went up in flames.

Most protests are expected to be peaceful but several will be spearheaded by radical leftwing and anarchist militants known as “black bloc” activists who have often clashed with police, hurling rocks, bottles or fireworks.

“Welcome to Hell” organiser Andreas Blechschmidt said the motto is “a combative message … but it’s also meant to symbolise that G20 policies worldwide are responsible for hellish conditions like hunger, war and the climate disaster”.

Blechschmidt told AFP that activists would seek to blockade access to the summit venue and, as usual, “reserve for themselves the option of militant resistance” against police.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that while peaceful demonstrations must be respected, “those who use violence mock democracy”.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said ‘those who use violence mock democracy’ 

 

Hamburg has banned rallies from the inner city and along access roads to the airport, forcing marchers into harbourside areas of St Pauli and Altona, away from the G20.

Protesters accuse the authorities of turning Germany’s second city into a “police fortress” and restricting their constitutional right to assemble and demonstrate.

The city says it won’t be taking any chances as it must protect leaders, some 10,000 delegates and almost 5,000 media workers from both the threat of terrorist attacks and the street protests.

Tourists Claudia Keller, 60, and her partner Werner Hofes, 57, tried to enjoy the downtown Alster lake view from a park bench Thursday as police sirens filled the air, the nearby railway tracks were sealed off with razor wire and helicopters buzzed overhead.

“Had we known this when we booked, we wouldn’t have come – we can’t really go anywhere,” said Keller, a medical lab assistant from a town near Essen, visiting Hamburg since Monday and happy to be leaving Friday.

“Yesterday we went to a theatre, and outside stood all these police and water cannon vehicles. It really darkened the atmosphere.”

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, center, holds the hands of his son Hadrien, left, his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau as they arrive for the G-20 summit in Hamburg
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, center, holds the hands of his son Hadrien, left, his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau as they arrive for the G-20 summit in Hamburg

Hamburg resident Mario Walke, 65, had a more positive take, saying “it’s right that the powerful of this world get together and discuss the big topics, like terrorism, poverty and misery”.

The retired educator added that he understands “if people want to demonstrate, but not if they want to riot”.

Mega-summits like the G20 have in recent years usually been held in remote locations, but Germany was forced by its logistical demands to host it in a large city with a big venue and dozens of hotels.

Hamburg is desperate to avoid a re-run of the kind of major urban clashes seen at the 2001 G8 summit in Genoa or the Frankfurt opening of the new European Central Bank building in 2015.

Neil Dwane, a strategist for Allianz Global Investors, said Hamburg was an “unfortunate” choice.

“The city will require a degree of protective measures, which may get more media attention than the meeting’s contents. Such a result would reinforce an increasingly negative impression of the summit.”

 

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