Saturday, July 31, 2010

Arizona's Law Blocked Now Feds can enforce Immigration Reform. National ID

Arizona's Law Blocked Now Feds can enforce Immigration Reform. National ID



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    I'm going back a few months here, even a bit further to talk about what is happening with Immigration Reform and the National ID plan the Government has in store for us all. Remember Real ID? We fought and won several times. Now with the Obama Administration we get to look at come full force now that so many Protested against Arizona's new law.


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    The Smoking Argus is the ever-watchful guardian and it was much to our dismay when news came across the wire late that Thursday from the White House Press Room that President Obama gave his stamp of approval to a National Identification card.1 Tucked inside an immigration amnesty proposal, first presented during a meeting at the White House last week with Senators Lindsey Graham (SC) and Charles Schumer (NY), the measure will require all working Americans to obtain a biometric ID via a thumbprint retinal scan or other measure before being granted permission to earn a living.
    As previously reported, Americans have successfully fought off several past attempts to saddle ‘We the People’ with the twenty-first century equivalent to East German PKZ papers, roundly rejecting such an affront to our Natural Liberties.


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    Just how long shall we sit idly watching our liberties disregarded like trash before we feel the urge to act?


    This President in one-year has accelerated even further the quickening begun after the attacks of September 11th, 2001. Whereby just two weeks ago and in addition to his approval of a National ID, he told opportunist John Walsh, who chose profiteering as his preferred coping mechanism, that upon arrest, even if later found innocent, he supports immediate DNA collection for submission into a National Database






  • The Democratic proposal includes increased money for border patrol and drug war agents, equipment, helicopters and unmanned drones. It would create a national ID -- which is dubbed a "biometric social security card." Though Democrats insist that it is not an ID card and can only be used for employment purposes.


  • The full summary can be read here.
    The bill would make it illegal for anyone other than an employer to ask to see the enhanced social security card: "Possession of a fraud-proof social security card will only serve as evidence of lawful work-authorization but will in no way be permitted to serve--or shall be required to be shown--as proof of citizenship or lawful immigration status. It will be unlawful for any person, corporation; organization local, state, or federal law enforcement officer; local or state government; or any other entity to require or even ask an individual cardholder to produce their social security card for any purpose other than electronic verification of employment eligibility and verification of identity for Social Security Administration purposes.


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    WASHINGTON D.C. – Senators Charles Schumer, Democrat of New York and Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina are meeting today with President Obama to discuss tactics on how best to orchestrate the appearance of bipartisanship regarding comprehensive immigration reform. However, immigration reform is not the sole reason for the Senators’ visit. Also on the agenda is the culmination of the plutocrat’s fetish like desire to track all Americans with yet another attempt at shackling us with a national identification card.


  • Analysis: States - cost of Real ID is $11B

    "The report says the biggest costs, nearly $8.5 billion, or 70 percent, are those associated with re-issuing all 245 million American drivers licenses so that they comply with the new standards." BlueBear Network Teams with VisionSphere to Target U.S. Real ID Act

    OTTAWA, Ontario, June 1, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- BlueBear Network International, Inc (Pink Sheets:BLBR) announced today it has extended its exclusive licensing of facial recognition and secure distributed search technology from Ottawa-based VisionSphere Technologies, to offer State motor vehicle agencies the ability to link driver's license databases between all U.S. states, Canada and Mexico -- as proposed by the sweeping REAL ID Act approved by Congress this month.


  • On the next post, I'm going to show you a lot more about Real ID, It's functions and how it is so easily hacked into with and 8 dollar RFID scanner anyone can get.
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