All government workers, MP’s and civil servants should be
RFID tagged so that citizens can tell whether or not they are genuine officials,
with a National Database of Government Workers administered by an Independent Citizens group.
There has been over the past 10 years an increasing number of crooked officials, coupled
with fraud and scams by people who purport to be officials, police officers or MP’s, as
government ID cards could be forged by determined crooks.
In order that real officials can be identified easily all
citizens should be issued with hand held RFID readers, so that they can check
immediately against a government database that those people who are asking for
their identity are authorised to do so, and are not thieves trying to effect an
More robust RFID readers should be installed by the
government in the doorways of every home, to ensure that those who would want
to enter a premises could be confirmed as being authorised to do so, with a
citizen having the right to refuse entry to anyone who could not be matched on
the database. This would assist the police in catching bogus officials, and would help to get government figures of Identity theft
It would also be useful to stop genuine mistakes like the
one which occurred earlier this week, when a couple inadvertently wandered into government
offices in Whitehall without being
It was noted that there were no warning signs on the
building, but the Attorney
General still gave his permission to proceed with a prosecution under the
If all government operatives were RFID tagged, then systems placed
in these buildings would recognise anyone who did not have an RFID tag, so that
similar negligence or oversights by security personnel could not occur.
Such moves would protect the innocent, prevent Identity
fraud and reduce Identity theft, should include all officials who are office bound, but should be extended to cover anyone who has
the power to stop, question or arrest citizens, or who has the power to enter
homes or businesses and to those who make laws including European officials.
Those who were found to be acting against the interests of citizens could have their RFID switched off, thus denying them access to essential government services such as car pools, expense accounts and ministries.
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