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Originally posted by thoughtsfull
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...
Originally posted by blueorder
Originally posted by Thill
Well if ID cards are a part of the grand NWO plan then Poland must be the hearth of it . We have had ID cards since I remember , everybody at age 18 gets one (you are considered an adult from this point) , in there you have your first and last name , your height , eye color , hair color and place of registration (as in where you live at the moment when they give you the id) .
[edit on 16-11-2009 by Thill]
Wasn't Poland communist at some point
Originally posted by Britguy
So, if they are starting to issue these cards, even on a voluntary basis, then they must have already put the infrastructure in place to support and maintain the card databases. With it being a voluntary scheme, costing each applicant £30, I don't see a large uptake in people willing to part with their cash, especially in these hard times.
That all begs the question: Who in government approved the infrastructure to be ordered / supplied and what has it cost the taxpayer?