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Bio Metric movement
01-24-2013, 09:50 PM #16
peedee Incognito Anonymous
thought you may want to see this

Local radio station talks about biometrics look at the email i sent them :P

For over a year i have been reseaching biometrics. I'm at work listening to your show (which i like btw) and became sick to hear your guest talk up finger print scans as something positive. Biometrics is one of the worse ideas. Not only does it violate some peoples religious beliefs, it also creates huge identity theft issues. Do you really feel safe giving your personal bio metrics (body measurements) to anyone. It is going to be sold to someone, or get hacked. this informtion just like any current information isnt going to be secure. once you information is compromised you are screwed for life b/c you body measurements dont change. Atleast a picture on your driver license changes but you body measures are them same forever.

Rfid is also another problem that isnt really biometric. This technology is getting forced on us aswell. virginia driver license require it already. i have talked to people that have had major problems with this tech. You can buy rfid scanners on ebay among other places. then you can scan from over 30 feet away. what happens is someone wants to steal identities and just scans you while you are walking in crowds. you never know it even happened. now government agencies tell you a pin is required to asscess the information on that chip but come on. once you have the information on the scanner it is only a matter of time before people hack the pin encryption. i know b/c it as already happened.

Two big cases have already happened in this nation on these two issues. A school in Texas required rfid cards on all students. one student refused for religious beliefs. the school tried to expell her but the court said they couldnt and that she was to wear a id without the chip. however the school demanded that she atleast become silent about the program but the student refused. School wanted her to wear an ID with a chip in it and later remove it so no one knew it was removed. This was a problem b/c the student felt she would be supporting the program if she did this. She was expelled from school just over a stupid chip... we are talking about a child whats going on with america


In Oklahoma a Women refused biometrics required to get a drivers license. She refused and currently has no license.


There is a movement globally for biometrics. India is creating a database of everyones biometrics. thats 1.2 billion people. why does anyone need to know your body measurements.


There is a movement however people are resisting. I for one will never give my biometrics to anyone. i've become so disgusted with this intrusion that i refuse to give electronic finger prints, retinal scans etc to anyone for any reason. many people have already figured out how to destroy the rfid chips so they no long work. go ahead put them in drivers license ill destroy it so i cant be tracked without consent or knowledge. I can tell from listening to your show that you are aware something is wrong in this nation. I believe we are indeed in end times, funny how this was all predicted 2000 years ago. I know the government plans to put a rfid chip in peoples right hand and they have rfid ink tatoos that are invisible they can put on your forehead. I dont claim to know if this is the mark of the beast but i find myself and others taking ourselves of the grid. America is dying i cant believe people died protecting the constitution just to have everyone become slaves to this orwellian 1984 nightmare http://www.dvice.com/archives/2012/06/1984-tech.php

I hope people like you in the media defend us and out this intrusion. We are losing the fight. Jobs are starting to require thumb scans and facial recognition. This information could be stolen and identity issues rise. Personally i dont feel comfortable with any involvement with biometrics. my driver license expires in 2 months. i have a clean record at 30 years old. I'm probably going to lose the right to drive. Maybe i can move to another state but with the real ID act finally became a law as of 1.15.13 all states must comply shortly. this is a national ID, Reagan defended us from this 30 years ago. Whats next all jews wear a star??

If my job requires any biometrics ill make my stand and refuse. i want to go to college but i know the schools would require this intrusion. I've got the the point that i know this world is moving towards a one world government. I'm just preparing and hoping america can make a stand for freedom. but i think we all know how this is going to end but many are just to scared to talk about it. please consider the chance you have to voice the concerns of the people who no matter what would never give in to this tech. if we do we are submitting ourselves to slavery. isnt it ironic we have a black president leading us back into slavery but this time all people are the slaves black or white.

I remember when 9/11 happened we were told that if we became scared to fly in planes, go to sporting events etc etc. that the terrorist have already won. I think its safe to say the terrorist have already won. Our schools require student tracking, biometric scanning. TSA has been treating us like criminals for over ten years at airports. American government has become the terrorist they are destroying our freedom ever since the patroit act was passed under Bush. Occupy wallstreet actually had alot of people trying to make a stand against big brother but was very unorganized. the media made them sound stupid, b/c some of them were. but some of the occupy people were actually aclu members and followers trying to educate others on the coming government intrusion through biometrics.

<----- aclu rally at occupy gathering

I hope someone gives us a voice b/c right now local media is having guest on to trick us into thinking biometrics is acceptable but millions are refusing there is a movement. this is our God given right to refuse this intrusion we will die before we submit atleast i know i will.

hope you made it this far :P

have a good day
01-24-2013, 10:18 PM #17
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts:30,382 Threads:1,478 Joined:Feb 2011
Great post! cheers.gif There is one thing you can do,it's not 100% effective but it puts the readers at a disadvantage.
Put all your RFID cards together, and wrap them in aluminum foil. Prior to that they can be read at 1-1/2 feet or even more. With the above technique it become 2 inches for the readers.


01-25-2013, 12:47 AM #18
peedee Incognito Anonymous
(01-24-2013, 10:18 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  Great post! cheers.gif There is one thing you can do,it's not 100% effective but it puts the readers at a disadvantage.
Put all your RFID cards together, and wrap them in aluminum foil. Prior to that they can be read at 1-1/2 feet or even more. With the above technique it become 2 inches for the readers.


a whole punch will stop the rfid bleh.gif

i would fight rfid cards but if i'm ever forced, like 100 percent of all banks require it ill either whole punch it or get ski defender

01-25-2013, 01:54 AM #19
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:41,154 Threads:1,535 Joined:Feb 2011
(01-24-2013, 09:50 PM)peedee Wrote:  thought you may want to see this

You already did something about it! cheers.gif Good for you and hopefully for a bunch of other people.



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