The Hightech Nazi papers movement won't be stopped...as in the revelation....it is being implemented at an enormous pace and is .a sign of the times. Like cockroaches coming out from every corner...healthcare, retail stores, drivers license, passports, implants as visa cards, etc are being employed nationwide. There are several major corporations including Microsoft and IBM that are creating the data bank for years now for "the Beast" as some people have called the Washington computers for years.
Minnesota Agribusiness’s (NAIS…National Animal Identification System..implants for animals) has been mandated. Minnesota rules and regulations detail not only the collection or data on animals but credit information on farmers and personal mental health. . Already meat packer “require” the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) a condition of sale” http://www.hpj.com/archives/2007/aug07/aug13/Majorityofswineproducershav.cfm
Real IDs and Travel within the United States: By and by those who do not comply with the Real ID regulations will 1) not be able to board a plane, 2)get a bus or train ticket, 3)enter a Federal office building, 4)enter a National park. The final regulations have not been published yet. If the government prevails, as soon as May 11, 2008, the compliant states may issue new driver's license to everyone at a cost to them of $200..You will need this ID to travel or receive benefits.
No fly regulations
Information was received this week about "no fly" regulations. Apparently,
by Feb. 2008 all airline reservations must be "approved" by the Department
of Transportation Safety before a ticket will issued. It will be a test run
of the Real ID regulations. http://www.rense.com/general78/tas.htm
Rep. Presidential Candidate Ron Paul who is our spokesman on the issues of National ID, implants, surveillance, and loss of liberties. We need to support Ron Paul with our resources whether financial or networking or otherwise, or all of the above in order to engage in a mobilization and national media attention on this issue. Additionally, we need to invite the Evangelical movement to get behind Dr. Paul.
ALERT: For the Primaries, you may temporarily jump into registration as a Republican even if you are a stalwart democrat. Deadlines for registration are coming up in the next few weeks depending on the State. (see attached)Find your County Board of Elections at this website
In addition, have suggested a strategy below for those who want to opt out !
A library of Ron Paul Speeches by topic can be found: http://ronpaullibrary.org/topic.php?id=14 (and see below for some excerpts)
1) Form the basis for action strategy on Agriculture and the NAIS
2) Why? As the beasts (animals) are marked first, then we can justifiably call the whole program in its multiple tentacled totality "The mark of the Beast".
3) By setting the logic up this way, all Bible adherents and evangelicals must by inspiration move towards State legislation based on Religious accommodations.
4) Citing groups like AMISH, Christian Science, Evangelicals
5) References can also be made regarding mixing of the seed (species)from Deuteronomy as it applies to the NAIS whereby Monsanto and biotech are mixing species in genetically engineering livestock (see my website: http://www.progressiveconvergence.com/cafo.htm) in terms of substantiating religious and spiritual violations.
"And he had the power to give life unto the image of the beast, (Computer- technology w/massive data collecting ability-The Beast) that the
image of the beast should both speak, (vocal, visual , touch technology, etc) and cause them as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. (That would be the dissenters, like us, the independent farmers) 16) and he causeth all ,both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond to receive a mark in their right hand, or their foreheads: (implants) 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. (binary code) 18) Here is wisdom, Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: (I wonder what this means?) for it is the number of a man; and his number is 666.
EXCERPTS: RON PAUL CONGRESSIONAL SPEECHES ON national IDs
Ron Paul Speeches by topic can be found: http://ronpaullibrary.org/topic.php?id=14
Ron Paul Speech to Congress, Sept 25, 200
“…We must not sacrifice the civil liberties that generations of Americans have enjoyed and fought for over the past 225 years. Unwise decisions in response to the terror inflicted on us may well fail to destroy our enemy, while undermining our liberties here at home”.
“…A national ID issued by the federal government would prove to be disastrous to our civil liberties and should not be considered. This type of surveillance power should never be given to an intrusive overbearing government, no matter how well intentioned the motives.”
“…The heat of the moment has prompted calls by some of our officials for great sacrifice of our liberties and privacy. This poses great danger to our way of life and will provide little help in dealing with our enemies. Efforts of this sort will only punish the innocent and have no effect on a would-be terrorist. We should be careful not to do something just to do something- even something harmful”.
Ron Paul Speech to Congress, Nov. 29, 2001
“…The bill also greatly expands the use of traditional surveillance tools, including wiretaps, search warrants, and subpoenas. Probable-cause standards for these tools are relaxed, or even eliminated in some circumstances. Warrants become easier to obtain and can be executed without notification. Wiretaps can be placed without a court order. In fact, the FBI and CIA now can tap phones or computers nationwide, without demonstrating that a criminal suspect is using a particular phone or computer”.
“…The biggest problem with these new law-enforcement powers is that they bear little relationship to fighting terrorism. Surveillance powers are greatly expanded, while checks and balances on government are greatly reduced. Most of the provisions have been sought by domestic law-enforcement agencies for years, not to fight terrorism, but rather to increase their police power over the American people. There is no evidence that our previously held civil liberties posed a barrier to the effective tracking or prosecution of terrorists. The federal government has made no showing that it failed to detect or prevent the recent terrorist strikes because of the civil liberties that will be compromised by this new legislation”.
“…The planned use of military personnel to patrol our streets and airports is another challenge of great importance that should not go uncontested. For years, many in Washington have advocated a national approach to all policing activity. This current crisis has given them a tremendous boost. Believe me, this is no panacea and is a dangerous move. The Constitution never intended that the federal government assume this power. This concept was codified in the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878. This act prohibits the military from carrying out law-enforcement duties such as searching or arresting people in the United States, the argument being that the military is only used for this type of purpose in a police state. Interestingly, it was the violation of these principles that prompted the Texas Revolution against Mexico. The military under the Mexican Constitution at that time was prohibited from enforcing civil laws, and when Santa Anna ignored this prohibition, the revolution broke out. We should not so readily concede the principle that has been fought for on more than one occasion in this country”.
“…The threats to liberty seem endless. It seems we have forgotten to target the enemy. Instead we have inadvertently targeted the rights of American citizens. The crisis has offered a good opportunity for those who have argued all along for bigger government”.
“…Almost all of the new laws focus on American citizens rather than potential foreign terrorists. For example, the definition of "terrorism," for federal criminal purposes, has been greatly expanded A person could now be considered a terrorist by belonging to a pro-constitution group, a citizen militia, or a pro-life organization. Legitimate protests against the government could place tens of thousands of other Americans under federal surveillance. Similarly, internet use can be monitored without a user's knowledge, and internet providers can be forced to hand over user information to law-enforcement officials without a warrant or subpoena”
Ron Paul Conngressional Speech January 1999
If man can achieve spiritual redemption through grace which allows him to use the released spiritual energy to pursue man's highest and noblest goals, so should man's mind, body, and property be freed from the burdens of unchecked government authority. The founders were confident that this would release the creative human energy required to produce the goods and services that would improve the living standards of all mankind.
Our constitutional Republic, according to our founders, should above all else protect the rights of the minority against the abuses of an authoritarian majority. They feared democracy as much as monarchy and demanded a weak executive, a restrained court, and a handicapped legislature.
Mr. Speaker, let there be no doubt. For the true believers in big government, they see this technology as a great advantage for their cause. We are currently witnessing an ongoing effort by our government to develop a national ID card, a medical data bank, a work data bank, `Know Your Customer' regulations on banking activity, a national security agent all-pervasive telephone snooping system called Echelon, and many other programs. There are good reasons to understand the many ramifications of the many technological advancements we have seen over the century to make sure that the good technology is not used by the government to do bad things.
Government officials oversee everything we do, from regulating the amount of water in our commodes to placing airbags in our cars, safety locks on our guns, and using our own land. Almost every daily activity we engage in is monitored or regulated by some Government agency.
If one attempts to just avoid Government harassment, one finds himself in deep trouble with the law. ...But any observant person must be annoyed by the ever-present Big Brother that watches and records our every move.
November 16, 2001
Statement for the Government Reform Committee Hearing on National ID Card Proposals
Mr. Chairman, thank you for holding this important hearing examining the question of whether national ID cards would enhance security. Protecting the security of the American people from foreign threats is the most important responsibility of the federal government, and there is much the government needs to do in this area. Among the steps the federal government should take is to restrict immigration from countries which support or harbor terrorists, and implement policies to effectively enforce existing immigration laws. Moreover, private property owners certainly can take steps to protect their property from terrorists and other criminals. For example, it is perfectly legitimate for airlines to issue private ID cards to passengers and perform background checks as a condition of selling them a ticket.
However, Congress should reject proposals which provide only the illusion of security, while in reality simply eroding constitutional government and individual liberty. Perhaps the most onerous example of a proposal that creates the illusion of security (yet really promotes servitude) is the plan to force all Americans to carry a national ID card. A uniform national system of identification would allow the federal government to inappropriately monitor the movements and transactions of every citizen. History shows that when government gains the power to monitor the actions of the people, it inevitably uses that power in harmful ways.
A national ID card threatens liberty, but it will not enhance safety. Subjecting every citizen to surveillance actually diverts resources away from tracking and apprehending terrorists toward needless snooping on innocent Americans! This is what has happened with "suspicious activity reports" required by the Bank Secrecy Act. Thanks to BSA mandates, federal officials are forced to waste time snooping through the private financial transactions of innocent Americans merely because their banking activities seem suspicious to a bank clerk.
Furthermore, the federal government has no constitutional authority to require law-abiding Americans to present any form of identification before engaging in private transactions (e.g. getting a job, opening a bank account, or seeking medical assistance). As we consider how best to enhance the federal government's ability to ensure the safety of the people, it is more important then ever that Congress remain mindful of the constitutional limitations on its power.
In conclusion, Mr. Chairman, I once again express my gratitude to the committee for holding this important hearing. I also would remind my colleagues that national ID cards are a trademark of totalitarianism that contributes nothing to the security of the American people. I therefore urge my colleagues to reject all proposals for a national ID, and focus instead on measures that will effectively protect both security and liberty.