ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby Farmer » Fri Dec 04, 2009 11:15 pm

b) the provision of a secure and reliable method for registrable facts about such individuals to be ascertained or verified wherever that is necessary in the public interest.


So all the public has to register for their own interest. Its the fluoride in the toothpaste that does it.
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Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby sanctus clarus » Wed Dec 09, 2009 10:47 pm

I think with all the hype about these methods we should never forget what ...... Register ...... actually means.
This is just another invisible contract that makes the holder a second class citizen to the corporation. Allot of this nonsense is tied into the education system so children can be vaccinated, dumbed down and pushed out into to world with no escape but to join the armed forces. Even a school register has legislation tied to it forcing rights to be waived. Best just to say " NO '' to all their crap. There are two types of vaccine which tell me from the get-go never to have it. Germany have given their army and toy cops a vaccine without salene or mercury. Hmmm not sure about the salene spelling though.lol

but in the words of Cartman they had better '' Respect my authoritor "

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Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby kevin » Wed Dec 16, 2009 4:56 pm

Slowly slowly catchy monkey

People living in Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire and Merseyside will be able to apply for cards from 4 January next year, the Home Office announced yesterday.

ID cards minister Meg Hillier said in a statement: "Today's exciting announcement is the next stage in offering voluntary identity cards to everyone living in the UK."

The extension of the scheme across the North West of England will mean the cards are now available to a further 4.3 million people.


http://www.silicon.com/management/public-sector/2009/12/16/id-cards-now-coming-to-north-west-of-england-39709847/


Even though Liverpool City council has voted against ID cards they are still being offered to Liverpool residents

The cards have already received a hostile reception in Liverpool, where the city council last week voted to ban any activities that would promote the cards from public buildings in the city.

The council backed a motion stating it was "opposed to the introduction of ID cards and the associated database [the National Identity Register]" and pledged to work with ID cards pressure group No2ID to "raise awareness among Liverpool citizens about the dangers of the ID card".


INFORMATION THAT MAY BE HELD IN THE REGISTER, ACCORDING TO IDENTITY CARDS ACT 2006:

Personal information

# Full name
# Other names by which person is or has been known
# Date of birth
# Place of birth
# Gender
# Address of principal place of residence in the United Kingdom
# The address of every other place in the United Kingdom or elsewhere where person has a place of residence.

Identifying information

# A photograph of head and shoulders
# Signature
# Fingerprints
# Other biometric information

Residential status

# Nationality
# Entitlement to remain in the United Kingdom where that entitlement derives from a grant of leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom, the terms and conditions of that leave

Personal reference numbers

# National Identity Registration Number
# The number of any ID card issued
# Allocated national insurance number
# The number of any relevant immigration document
# The number of their United Kingdom passport
# The number of any passport issued to the individual by or on behalf of the authorities of a country or territory outside the United Kingdom or by or on behalf of an international organisation
# The number of any document that can be used by them (in some or all circumstances) instead of a passport
# The number of any identity card issued to him/her by the authorities of a country or territory outside the United Kingdom
# Any reference number allocated to him/her by the secretary of state in connection with an application made by him for permission to enter or to remain in the United Kingdom
# The number of any work permit relating to him/her
# Any driver number given to him/her by a driving licence
# The number of any designated document which is held by him/her and is a document the number of which does not fall within any of the preceding sub-paragraphs
# The date of expiry or period of validity of a document the number of which is recorded by virtue of this paragraph

Record history

# Information falling within the preceding paragraphs that has previously been recorded about him/her in the Register
# Particulars of changes affecting that information and of changes made to his/her entry in the Register
# Date of death

Registration and ID card history

# The date of every application for registration made by him/her
# The date of every application by him/her for a modification of the contents of his entry
# The date of every application by him/her confirming the contents of his entry (with or without changes)
# The reason for any omission from the information recorded in his/her entry
# Particulars (in addition to its number) of every ID card issued to him/her
# Whether each such card is in force and, if not, why not
# Particulars of every person who has countersigned an application by him/her for an ID card or a designated document, so far as those particulars were included on the application
# Particulars of every notification given about lost, stolen and damaged ID cards
# Particulars of every requirement by the secretary of state for the individual to surrender an ID card issued to him.

Validation information

# The information provided in connection with every application to be entered in the Register, for a modification of the contents of his entry or for the issue of an ID card
# The information provided in connection with every application confirming entry in the Register (with or without changes)
# Particulars of the steps taken, in connection with an application mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b) or otherwise, for identifying the applicant or for verifying the information provided in connection with the application
# Particulars of any other steps taken or information obtained for ensuring that there is a complete, up-to-date and accurate entry about that individual in the Register
# Particulars of every notification given by that individual for changing details in the register

Security information

# A personal identification number to be used for facilitating the making of applications for information recorded in his/her entry, and for facilitating the provision of the information
# A password or other code to be used for that purpose or particulars of a method of generating such a password or code
# Questions and answers to be used for identifying a person seeking to make such an application or to apply for or to make a modification of that entry

Records of provision of information

# Particulars of every occasion on which information contained in the individual's entry has been provided to a person
# Particulars of every person to whom such information has been provided on such an occasion
# Other particulars, in relation to each such occasion, of the provision of the information
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Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby Farmer » Wed Dec 16, 2009 10:29 pm

In Germany from what I remember, the information required for an ID card was not that much.

Photo
Name
Date of birth
Address
nationality
Matrimonial status

I think that was all. If not it was just a few more things. This UK ID card clearly has nothing to do with identification.

I have found that here in the UK that some businesses are not accepting my German passport as valid ID any more. I have also seen bank documents printed several years ago requiring the new ID card as identification. Why would a bank spend so much money unless it knew it would be forced through.
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Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby blake » Fri Jan 08, 2010 12:03 pm

Farmer wrote:In Germany from what I remember, the information required for an ID card was not that much.

Photo
Name
Date of birth
Address
nationality
Matrimonial status

I think that was all. If not it was just a few more things. This UK ID card clearly has nothing to do with identification.


That's right it's the T Tip-toe again.All that available space will accomodate our bank balances too-hey presto cashless society.
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Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby ellie12022 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:09 am

this made me laugh for some reason "date of death" :rotfl: I just can imagine a lot of zombies/vampires walking round with their updated ID cards

It's good to hear Liverpool ain't buying into it.
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Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby nameless » Fri Jan 15, 2010 4:01 pm

Did anything further happen about the proposed flyers?
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Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby rockinsoul » Fri Jan 15, 2010 5:12 pm

I was wondering the same thing, I pm'ed the guy who was gonna do it, no reply as of yet. I'm gonna have a go myself, there's bound to be some flyer designing freeware on the net. If I come up with anything I'll post em for you all. Meanwhile if anyone does any, please share them with the group!!

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Re: ID cards, RFID chip implants and "mandatory" vaccines

Postby kevin » Mon Mar 28, 2011 9:51 pm

The government has revealed that cancelling contracts agreed under the previous regime for the now-defunct ID card scheme has cost around £2.25m.

In a letter sent from MP Damien Green to MP Meg Hiller on 10 February (ZIP), but only released online now, Green explained that Thales had received £2m, Cable & Wireless £68,000 and 3M £183,000 for cancelled contracts.

Read more: http://www.v3.co.uk/v3-uk/news/2037107/government-reveals-cost-decommissioned-id-card-scheme#ixzz1Hvvj9oqs
http://www.v3.co.uk/v3-uk/news/2037107/government-reveals-cost-decommissioned-id-card-scheme
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