Chinese and Mexican citizens are first to get ‘The Mark of the Beast’

Posted on May 24, 2011 by

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Show me your papers Citizen # 666

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Starting this month in a port neighborhood and then spreading across Shenzhen, a city of 12.4 million people, residency cards fitted with powerful computer chips programmed by the same company will be issued to most citizens.

Data on the chip will include not just the citizen’s name and address but also work history, educational background, religion, ethnicity, police record, medical insurance status and landlord’s phone number. Even personal reproductive history will be included, for enforcement of China’s controversial “one child” policy. Plans are being studied to add credit histories, subway travel payments and small purchases charged to the card.

Security experts describe China’s plans as the world’s largest effort to meld cutting-edge computer technology with police work to track the activities of a population and fight crime. But they say the technology can be used to violate civil rights.

You want to buy food,  show me your ID.

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So, ‘are the American citizens Next?’

Immigration, security, and federal authority
In 2008, the 2012 Presidential hopeful, Tim Pawlenty signed EO 08-02, which allowed Minnesota police to be cross-deputized as federal immigration agents — a practice encouraged by the federal government since shortly after 9/11.

2012 Presidential candidate Pawlenty also acted to advance the federal REAL ID program in the face of widespread legislative resistance.

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