February 4, 2008

FBI wants palm prints, eye scans, tattoo mapping

CLARKSBURG, West Virginia (CNN) -- The FBI is gearing up to create a massive computer database of people's physical characteristics, all part of an effort the bureau says to better identify criminals and terrorists.

But it's an issue that raises major privacy concerns -- what one civil liberties expert says should concern all Americans. continued...

It looks like the New World Order is in full swing. How long will you wait to take a stand? When they come and get your neighbor? Your brother? Yourself? How many of our rights have to be violated? We are Americans, this is what we fought against in the revolutionary war, and we have let our leaders throw it all away without so much as a whimper.


winkswink said...

If they don't roll out RFID implants via fear mongering, they'll start it out with propaganda something like this:

1. "A great replacement for dog tags, so you can find your loving pet if it becomes lost."

2. "A great way to cut medical administration costs and thus, a requirement if you want to receive company medical benefits. After all, it's all about making sure the children can get proper healthcare, and this will reduce the possibilty of nurses mixing up files and records between patients."

3. "We must fight crime. Liberals
like the ACLU keep advocating the release of convicted child molesters. These RFID chip implants into the skull of dangerous criminals will keep your children safe."

4. "This is the only way we can keep dangerous people out of the airplanes out of retail stores, sporting events, etc. Everyone will have to pass a scanner. Thus, we are all going to be safer when we all get RFID'd."

Volksgeist said...

Amen, well said my friend!