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Manchester is first to get ID cards

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posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 06:02 AM
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Manchester is first to get ID cards


uk.news.yahoo.com

Residents in Manchester will become the first people in Britain to be able to apply for ID cards. Skip related content

They can now directly apply to attend appointments from November 30 to have their photograph and fingerprints taken for the £30 cards at Manchester's passport office.
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posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 06:02 AM
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Well here it is you can now apply for an identity card which will include fingerprints and other vital personal information......... (voluntarily)

I like how the powers that be give the sheeple a choice (At the beginning) just like the choice of who to vote for within our modern day politics system, this choice is illusionary at best.

So the question is how long is the timeframe goig to be when they declare this I.D card a success and try to pass the laws required to make it mandatory? My guess, within the next 6 months and the law will probably come directly from Europe.

Is this stage one of the I.D process? with stage two being RFID? Who knows, but what i know is the rights, liberties and freedoms of the populice of this once great civilisation are fading fast.

uk.news.yahoo.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 06:31 AM
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well said Kayne, slowly slowly we are progressing towards potentially disastrous areas- how we have permitted the state to become our boss and not vice versa is beyond me- too much tv, alcohol, playstations etc?

The burning issue on most people's minds (it would appear) is which numpty is being voted off x factor



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 06:48 AM
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I wonder how long before corporate UK make demands that you have an ID card to get credit, open a bank account or get a job... I mean that has nothing to do with the Gov right, it would still a voluntary system, wouldn't it!

We're being screwed no matter what..



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 06:49 AM
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And why Manchester?

Simply because London is aware of whats going on and would reject it.

Manchester is always at the forefront of stupidity, No offence meant to the people of Manchester but like any city in the world there are the 'uneducated' and Manchester is one of the most run down cities in the UK having been there myself and leaving a day later I saw the city .
Manchesters people are deemed to be stupid by the Government or at least implicated to be stupid by the civil servants I have spoke to regarding these matters.
It'll be sold to be a 'fashion' item and a must have gadget and the people will queue up for it, I'm totally surprised they haven't got a footballer or 'celebrity' to endorse the cards yet, but give it time.
And as soon as the Government says " it works" you see how long it takes toget introduced to the rest of the country then RFID chips will be next.
My advice is DONT ACCEPT IT.
After all they tried with the new UK driving licence, you have the photo card with ALL the details on but you still need the paper copy otherwise its not valid, just another failed attempt. This one will be no different, just another bit of personal information you'll have to 'keep on you , just in case' and that you can lose allowing identity theft.

[edit on 16/11/09 by DataWraith]



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 06:51 AM
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I think that is an odd pro London anti Manchester post


Londoners aint that smart, it is hardly even an English city anymore



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 06:53 AM
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True on both counts, but unfortunately London is considered more important than Manchester, how often do you hear about 'news stories' from Manchester as opposed to London?And I certainly wouldn't say I'm pro London and anti Manchester, hows about I say I'm anti UK ? even though I was born and bred here I can't stand the UK anymore, why call it the United Kingdom? or Great Britain for that matter, it ain't united and it certainly ain't great anymore.
Too many parasites leeching off the system, that includes 'royalty', politicians and immigrants and including a lot of 'English' spongers.

GRRRRR


[edit on 16/11/09 by DataWraith]



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 06:59 AM
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fair enough, can agree with that



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 07:23 AM
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Originally posted by blueorder
The burning issue on most people's minds (it would appear) is which numpty is being voted off x factor


Its laughable but its soo true.



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 07:25 AM
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I know who I am, dont need a card to tell me that.

And certainly not paying 30 quid for one.



[edit on 16-11-2009 by Agent-ATS]



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 07:30 AM
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I hope the people of Manchester stand up against getting ID cards. Why should we have to pay £30? Why do we need them? The gov still hasn't given any decent answers. Another step towards population control.

The ID cards will be 'voluntary', however they WILL be bringing in that ID cards are needed for finance, driving licence and even a passport. It's up to you if you want to get one of these are not, so they can pretend they're voluntary while at the same time making them mandatory. Makes me sick!

I'm a member of No2ID and anyone against the card should also show support by joining them, even if it's just for updates and information:

No2ID



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 08:02 AM
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Originally posted by merkava

Originally posted by blueorder
The burning issue on most people's minds (it would appear) is which numpty is being voted off x factor


Its laughable but its soo true.



It was the front page story for quite a few newspapers yesterday.

Welcome to dumbed down UK. One of the most depressed nations on earth who show more interest in voting for talentless teenagers than voting to change their political system or even make an effort to understand it.
We blame the poor or the immigrants for our problems happily being divided, while the banks rob us blind. Go Jedward



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 09:16 AM
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Originally posted by DataWraith
And why Manchester?

Simply because London is aware of whats going on and would reject it.

Manchester is always at the forefront of stupidity, No offence meant to the people of Manchester but like any city in the world there are the 'uneducated' and Manchester is one of the most run down cities in the UK having been there myself and leaving a day later I saw the city .

Manchesters people are deemed to be stupid by the Government or at least implicated to be stupid by the civil servants I have spoke to regarding these matters.

[edit on 16/11/09 by DataWraith]


Interesting.....

Manchesters not run down, it has the second largest and fastest growing economy in the UK.

As for being at the forefront of stupidity and London not standing for it who ended up with a congestion charge and who stood up for and succesfully stopped it?

I suggest you spend more than a day somewhere and get to fully understand it before writing it off!

I agree about the footballers promoting the card though, the queue for an ID card would be massive. Sadly it would be queueing out of the city, down the M56 and onto the M6 like everytime united play at home.



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 09:27 AM
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Originally posted by woodwardjnr
It was the front page story for quite a few newspapers yesterday.

Welcome to dumbed down UK. One of the most depressed nations on earth who show more interest in voting for talentless teenagers than voting to change their political system or even make an effort to understand it.
We blame the poor or the immigrants for our problems happily being divided, while the banks rob us blind. Go Jedward


maybe we, as a nation, get the politicans and establishment we deserve



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 09:32 AM
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Originally posted by DataWraith

Manchester is always at the forefront of stupidity, No offence meant to the people of Manchester but like any city in the world there are the 'uneducated' and Manchester is one of the most run down cities in the UK having been there myself and leaving a day later I saw the city .
Manchesters people are deemed to be stupid by the Government or at least implicated to be stupid by the civil servants I have spoke to regarding these matters.


What an absolute joke of a post. People in Manchester are not as idiotic as you think. That is typical Southern hostility and has no basis in this forum you nasty, insulting person.

Please grow up before you even consider posting your obnoxious drivel on this thread again.

Did we not see thousands of people protesting in Manchester against the war in 2006? Did we not see clashes with the police when the UAF and the EDL came to march against each other. Did we not see marches of the NO2ID in 2005 and 2007 (?) in Manchester.

This, my friend is proof that people are active and not as docile as your misguided belief seems to suggest.

I have seen first hand the reactionary attitudes of people in both Liverpool and Manchester and i've seen the pathetic excuse for a protest in London. So please don't give me your holier than thou rubbish.

Please go back to London and stay there (preferably wall yourself in) if this is the value of the content of your post.

What absolute tripe.



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 09:34 AM
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Originally posted by DataWraith
reply to post by blueorder
 


True on both counts, but unfortunately London is considered more important than Manchester, how often do you hear about 'news stories' from Manchester as opposed to London?


I can't believe i'm replying to this, but there's a little something called GEOGRAPHY. The closer you live to London the more you'll hear about London, the closer you live to Manchester, the more you'll hear about Manchester.

May i suggest you spend more than a day somewhere before exposing it to your slack values.



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 09:35 AM
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Originally posted by blueorder
well said Kayne, slowly slowly we are progressing towards potentially disastrous areas- how we have permitted the state to become our boss and not vice versa is beyond me- too much tv, alcohol, playstations etc?

The burning issue on most people's minds (it would appear) is which numpty is being voted off x factor


Yes our lives have been filled with all the materialism a man can consume! We are all to busy to see whats in front of us and when fully awake people like the ones here on ATS try to open the sheeps eyes, we are either called loony tunes or they simply believe but dont care.

What are we to do i ask?



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 09:35 AM
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Originally posted by mr-lizard
What an absolute joke of a post. People in Manchester are not as idiotic as you think. That is typical Southern hostility and has no basis in this forum you nasty, insulting person.

Please grow up before you even consider posting your obnoxious drivel on this thread again.

Did we not see thousands of people protesting in Manchester against the war in 2006? Did we not see clashes with the police when the UAF and the EDL came to march against each other. Did we not see marches of the NO2ID in 2005 and 2007 (?) in Manchester.

This, my friend is proof that people are active and not as docile as your misguided belief seems to suggest.

I have seen first hand the reactionary attitudes of people in both Liverpool and Manchester and i've seen the pathetic excuse for a protest in London. So please don't give me your holier than thou rubbish.

Please go back to London and stay there (preferably wall yourself in) if this is the value of the content of your post.

What absolute tripe.


whilst I agree that Manchester should not be singled out- using protest involving the UAF, does not, in my opinion, add to your argument

The UAF is followed by the biggest bunch of hypocritical waster you could imagine- and ironically, act in a manner akin to fascism

[edit on 16-11-2009 by blueorder]



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 09:42 AM
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I remember a couple of years ago when the government first mentioned the I.D cards as a way of controlling immigration, what they didnt mention was that it is the labour government that allowed so many asylum seekers and what not into the country.

Now we are seeing clashes with EDL and UAF on our streets, I wonder if they are going to incorporate the selling of these cards with the use of immigration once again?



posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 09:49 AM
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Originally posted by kayne1982
I remember a couple of years ago when the government first mentioned the I.D cards as a way of controlling immigration, what they didnt mention was that it is the labour government that allowed so many asylum seekers and what not into the country.

Now we are seeing clashes with EDL and UAF on our streets, I wonder if they are going to incorporate the selling of these cards with the use of immigration once again?


It will be despicable if they tie it into immigration- liars and traitors in charge that we have, though, it would not surprise me.

If we had a "robust" government we could remove most illegals without the need for ID cards



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