Question: Please comment on the Anonymous movement.
This answer was given by the Ascended Master Saint Germain through Kim Michaels at a conference in Holland, 2016.
A general comment is, of course, that in the Golden Age nothing will be anonymous because people will be willing to stand by what they stand for, what they mean, what they do. I have said before that there will come a point where what you have today will be unimaginable. What you today see as your right to privacy will be replaced by you taking responsibility for everything that you do, and therefore not needing to hide anything.
You could say that, while currently conditions are so that people need to hide, and they need to be anonymous and this is, of course, a practical reality. Nevertheless, what I want to give you as a vision is that any organization where people hide themselves, create a secret society (you have seen it in the Ku Klux Klan, you have seen it in the Freemasons, you have seen it in many others) that these kind of closed societies that are more or less secret and allow people to do something without taking responsibility for it, this is not the golden age model.
You can see, for example, on the Internet, how in so many comments and chat rooms and other things that people hide behind a virtual identity and then they say something that they would never say if they were to be exposed for who they are. This, of course, is not the golden age model. We look for a society where people are willing to take responsibility.
In fact, speaking in relation to this, there is already a great need to create a part of the Internet where you can actually validate people’s identity so they cannot create a false identity, they cannot create a virtual identity, but they stand out for who they are, and therefore can express themselves knowing that everybody knows who they are. They are also expressing themselves in forums and contexts where they are dealing with other people who are willing to stand forward. Instead of having this virtual debate between virtual people, we can have a real debate between real people who are not afraid to be known for who they are.
Copyright © 2016 Kim Michaels