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Airlines forced to fingerprint passengers on behalf of USVISIT

Thursday, October 18th, 2007

The Homeland Security Department is trying to squash criticism of its slow development of an exit piece to the U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology program. Robert Mocny, US-VISIT director, said yesterday the agency has decided a piece of the exit program will require airlines to collect biometric data of visitors leaving the country […]

The true purpose of USVISIT / REALID / Quantized Human Pleb Grid / Concentration Camps begins to emerge

Saturday, August 11th, 2007

New immigration rules will force undocumented workers to be firedCarolyn Lochhead, Chronicle Washington Bureau(08-11) 04:00 PDT Washington – — People clamoring for a crackdown on illegal immigration got their wish with the Bush administration’s announcement Friday of sweeping new enforcement measures that will force employers to fire the millions of illegal workers they now employ. […]

Connecting the dots for US, instead of THEM

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Laura Margottini at the NewScientist.com news service wrote the following: Snoop software makes surveillance a cinch “THIS data allows investigators to identify suspects, examine their contacts, establish relationships between conspirators and place them in a specific location at a certain time.” So said the UK Home Office last week as it announced plans to give […]

See the evil coalesce and solidify

Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

WASHINGTON A German graduate student in oceanography at M.I.T. applied to the Transportation Security Administration for a new ID card allowing him to work around ships and docks. What the student, Wilken-Jon von Appen, received in return was a letter that not only turned him down but added an ominous warning from John M. […]

Uncle Sham to push burden of fingerprinting onto airlines

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

U.S. to Insist That Travel Industry Get Fingerprints By Spencer S. Hsu and Del Quentin Wilber Washington Post Staff Writers Tuesday, April 22, 2008; Page A08 The U.S. government today will order commercial airlines and cruise lines to prepare to collect digital fingerprints of all foreigners before they depart the country under a security initiative […]

The most stupid people on planet earth

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Do you know what I hate the most? People who cannot see the world through the eyes of other people: EU visitors to have fingerprints taken This title is backwards. It should read, ‘Visitors to EU to have fingerprints taken’. But I digress. Rory Watson and David Charter BRUSSELS Every visitor to the European Union […]

Fascist Franco Frattini

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

EU plans to require biometrics of all non-European visitors By Stephen Castle Sunday, February 10, 2008 BRUSSELS: All non-Europeans would need to submit biometric data before crossing Europe’s frontiers under sweeping European Union proposals to combat illegal migration, terrorism and organized crime that are to be outlined this week. The only reason why this is […]

V for Vindication, part two

Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

Everyone now seems to be waking up to what we and other people have been saying for four years. What they are NOT doing, is going far enough. Once again the following must be totally SCRAPPED in order to protect the privacy of the British Public: The NIR – the National Identity Register that backs […]

US Hegemony Spawns Russian-Chinese Military Alliance

Thursday, August 9th, 2007

Paul Craig Roberts Lew Rockwell.com Thursday Aug 9, 2007 This week the Russian and Chinese militaries are conducting a joint military exercise involving large numbers of troops and combat vehicles. The former Soviet Republics of Tajikistan, Kyrgkyzstan, and Kazakstan are participating. Other countries appear ready to join the military alliance. This new potent military alliance […]

The island prison that Britain will become

Monday, August 6th, 2007

Unpaid fines may stop people leaving UK Home Office plan outlined in ‘e-borders’ scheme Huge amounts of data likely to be produced Alan Travis, home affairs editor Tens of thousands of people who have failed to pay court fines amounting to more than 487m would be banned from leaving the country under new powers outlined […]

Coming to America – NOT!

Wednesday, July 25th, 2007

A lurker writes via email: >for your post tipping points! Whether due to stringent security measures long lines or general distaste for our elected officials, British tourists are staying away from American soil just as that moment they should be most ready to pounce on it. The number of Britons travelling to the US has […]

Heathrow Terminal 5: Architectural Disaster

Sunday, July 22nd, 2007

Heathrow to check fingerprints Last Updated: 12:01am BST 21/07/2007 Terminal 5 passengers will have fingers and faces scanned, says Jeremy Skidmore. Fingerprinting of passengers, a process that has irritated many visitors to the United States, will soon be happening on some domestic flights within Britain. Domestic passengers departing from Heathrow’s Terminal 5, which opens in […]

The first ‘post tipping point’ post

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

This is the first ‘post tipping point’ post. It is about the absurd ‘Department of Homeland Security’, USVISIT and their true purposes; to control the united states population, and to intercept ‘criminals‘. Like the Germans that they are emulating, uncle sham’s obsessive record keeping will come back to haunt them, and in twentieth century style, […]

Fear of the innocent: the insanity behind ‘clean skins’

Saturday, April 7th, 2007

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Michael Chertoff, who arrives in Britain tomorrow for talks with John Reid, the Home Secretary, said the US was determined to build extra defences against so-called “clean skin” terrorists from Europe. “We need to build layers of protection, and I don’t think we totally want to rely upon […]

The last days of Democracy

Friday, January 26th, 2007

Maine overwhelmingly rejected federal requirements for national identification cards on Thursday, marking the first formal state opposition to controversial legislation scheduled to go in effect for Americans next year. Both chambers of the Maine legislature approved a resolution saying the state flatly “refuses” to force its citizens to use driver’s licenses that comply with digital […]

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire

Monday, November 6th, 2006

Tony Bliar talks trash in The Telegraph about ID cards. Let us tear him to bits: On any list of public concerns, illegal immigration, crime, terrorism and identity fraud would figure towards the top. Illegal immigration: Close the borders Crime: Lock up the criminals Terrorism: Stop terrorizing other people in their countries Identity Fraud: not […]