Those who read my blog regularly will know that I have long opposed the introduction of ID Cards in the UK. I have also written long and often about how these are being introduced the world over, not just here in the UK, and in each and every case the idea of personal data privacy and civil rights have been swept aside.
Now there is some evidence to back up my assertions that this is part of a global coordinated effort to tag, monitor and surveil.
In August last year an Article was published in Global Research. That article gave a pretty bleak view of worldwide implementation of ID cards, in a global surveillance matrix:
“Electronic ID cards have made alarming progress towards becoming universal, around the world. Already, over 2.2 billion people, or 33% of the world’s population, have been issued with ‘smart’ ID cards. Of those, over 900 million have biometric facial and fingerprint systems. On present plans, over 85% of the world’s population will have smart ID cards by 2012. Most of the remaining population won’t have escaped – largely, they are already enrolled in earlier generation ID systems, often in repressive states, such as Myanmar (Burma)…”
-Nathan Allonby, ID cards – a World View
Unfortunately, the situation is even further advanced than this. For some people, however, it appears it was not enough to show comprehensive, world-wide implementation of ID and database systems – they refused to see any significance in this unless it could be shown that implementation was being coordinated internationally, and the exact mechanisms via which this had been enacted. Finding this has taken a little further time and research.
Although this particular research is not mine, You can read the research here, and please, read it well, because it will show exactly why Cameron will be unable to fulfill his election promise of scrapping either the ID Card system, the NIR or both whilst we remain under the yoke of the unelected EU.
Oh, and just for good measure, couple this with Cameron’s addiction to the Red Tory doctrine, progressive Communitarianism, the Transformational Marxism of Saul Alinsky and Nudge, compulsory voluntarism, the Cameron Youth, Conservatives on the advisory board of the Fabian run Demos and hiring Tony Blairs old advisor’s, he is beginning to look a very dangerous man to consider running the UK.
Read the research, and draw your own conclusions.