Just the other day, I get a heads up from a friend that my State is now requiring everyone to get a new Driver’s License – that there are new,
more stringent ID requirements.
I find out that the new Driver’s License will have a little gold star on it “as ID theft protection.” The alarm goes off in my head – isn’t
this the same thing as an RFID chip?
Didn’t my State pass a law that rejected this?
I could not find any straight-forward info on the State gov sites. It’s like if they were honest about the fact that the new Driver’s License has
an RFID chip in it, it might alarm some of the sheep.
After all, the sheep think that laws passed by the State actually mean something. Only if the law does not interfere with the Fed’s agenda, does a
State law mean anything.
So I find this article written back in Feb 2011:
“Even if your state was one of the 25 that have passed either a law or resolution against Real ID, the federal government doesn’t find that fact
to be any obstacle at all to continuing to force the states to implement Real ID… Real ID compliant driver’s licenses will be marked with a gold
“How can that be? Well, the policy is simply not being called ‘Real ID’ although the benchmarks are the exact same ones set for Real ID.”
“. . .many state motor vehicle departments are quietly doing the work to meet the law’s initial 18 benchmarks.”
“The ASI card, also known as ‘the card with the star,’ is marked with a gold star indicating that it’s materially compliant with the Real ID
Act’s regulations and can be used as identification for FEDERAL purposes”
Benchmark #1. Mandatory facial image capture and retention of such image.
The RFID chipped Driver’s License is not just a National ID, it’s International.
“Drivers may choose to pay an additional fee for this type of license because they can be used to cross the U.S./Canada border in lieu of a
“ There is only one reason to set international standards and that is allow for international sharing of the information. “
Foreign Data Sharing
“New controversial requirements of the DLA (Driver’s License Agreement) are: (1) provinces and territories in Canada and states in Mexico are
allowed to join the DLA and (2) member states, provinces, and territories are subject to reviews by DLA authorities for compliance with the provisions
of the DLA.”
“The DLA originated in concept with the 1994 establishment of a North American Driver License Agreement (NADLA) task force, and has created
controversy among state representatives opposed to citizen data being shared with other countries.”
“According to a 2005 analysis of the DLA done by the National Conference of State Legislators, the DLA defines ‘jurisdiction’ to allow
participation by a territory or province of Canada and by any state of the Republic of Mexico or the Federal District of Mexico. The DLA can be
amended by a vote of at least two-thirds of the member jurisdictions.”
I’m telling you that the North American Union (Community) is coming: open borders with Mexico & Canada, a shared currency, and loss of US National
RFID driver's licenses are optional in some states.
However, those who do NOT have a Gold Star will be prohibited from boarding Federally regulated commercial aircraft, among other things, and ANY other
purpose that the US Secretary of Homeland Security shall determine.
Read entire article here:
The Real ID Act:
Updated Map New Gold Star States:
Don’t forget you now need an RFID Blocking Secure Wallet to protect you from ID Theft. What irony.
*“An RFID driver's license is a driver's license card containing a microchip that stores identification data, which can be read via radio waves.
This chip is called a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).”