National ID: The Time to Resist is Now

April 24, 2010 at 10:20 pm 5 comments

April 24, 2010 ·

Submitted by DancingCzars
by John Whitehead
I‘m in no way an advocate of the Government having the ability to monitor U.S. citizens with the card in question. As the article clearly states below, we are already being monitored and tracked: through our Social Security numbers, bank accounts, purchases and electronic transactions; by way of our correspondence and communications devices – email, phone calls and mobile phones; through chips implanted in our vehicles, identification documents, even our clothing.

To think we are not monitored in any way should the government choose to do so is absolute folly.  Efforts to work with the proposed legislation should center on guarantees that personal information such as tax, banking and medical dats will not be included in the chip.  For non citizens, those on student visas, here legally or otherwise, financial information would be available.  Of course the entire idea is a slippery slope, we cherish out individual freedoms and anonymity but in doing so we are laboring under a delusion.  The real advantage of this technology is that it might help in the war against Islamic Jihad. When  we avoid another 9-11  as the result of this technology or even a more catastrophic event would it be worth it?

As technology grows more sophisticated and the government and its corporate allies further refine their methods of keeping tabs on the American people, those of us who treasure privacy increasingly find ourselves engaged in a struggle to maintain our freedoms in the midst of the modern surveillance state.

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  • 1. paleryder  |  April 26, 2010 at 8:24 pm

    If there is someone out there that actually believes the bs that the government will in any way keep our info private and secure,then they probably work at msnbc. There is zero track record of being honest,fair and ethical with anyone’s records. Obama got someones divorce records forced to be made public to eliminate an opponent from one of his campaigns. To assume your records will never be used against you and kept private is completely assinine.

    This has to be stopped now. The excuses used for national security are coming from people who have continually proven they are not capable of defending America and are actively seeking it’s destruction. This is how they work everything they do. They create the crisis to justify the loss of liberty and freedoms. The left is all to eager to enslave themselves,their problem,and that is where it needs to stay. There are some on the left who deserve to get exactly what it is they are seeking imposed on themselves. Then and only then will they MAYBE come to realize the rights they have freely surrendered. It seems to be something they rather enjoy….surrendering.

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  • 2. dancingczars  |  April 26, 2010 at 11:54 pm

    Paleryder:

    I just received word earlier this evening from a woman who spent the last 4 years working on this is a done deal. The Military as been using a CAC for a couple of years, All new passports have them in them. It was started under the Bush Administration. J.C

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    • 3. GoodOleBoy  |  April 27, 2010 at 1:06 pm

      Mark of the Beast?

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  • 4. 1dragon  |  May 11, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    Best of Luck to you my Friends, it’s going to get real ugly.

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  • 5. DKruse1969  |  May 19, 2010 at 10:30 am

    I feel that the time to prepare for the worst is upon us. I have been putting money away for buying supplies (food/water). There are many places out there selling freeze dried food with a 25 year shelf life. I think that it is time to buy.

    ~GOB “Mark of the Beast”? They are saying that in order to get food for your family, you will have to hold the NIC. That sounds like it is getting there. There is a RFID chip developed by Motorola that will replace the ID Card and it goes into the hand.

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