Thursday, 30 July 2009

And now it starts

The UK's National Identity Card has been revealed, not by Jackboots, but by that grinning fucking idiot Alan Johnson.

A total fucking cunt, earlier

Ministers plan to launch the £30 biometric ID Card nationwide in 2011 or 2012 - but it will not be compulsory.

Yeah, yeah, what a load of fucking shit. What is the point of having ID cards at all, if they're not compulsory, you fucking goons? I would put money on them "becoming compulsory" anyway.

They say this system, backed up by a national identity register, will help combat identity fraud, crime and terrorism.

Oh, and just because you say it, you mendacious cunts, that makes it true, does it? Combat Identity Fraud? No, in fact there are suggestions it will hand your entire identity to a fraudster on a plate. Combat Crime? How? Criminals just won't carry them. And as for terrorism, well that really is a fucking weak excuse, trying to pray on what remains of fears the public may have that were never fucking justified in the first place. ID cards didn't stop the Madrid Bombings. ID cards wouldn't have stopped 9/11 or the July 7th Bombings.

It's just a way of keeping tabs on us all. And since you're obviously too stupid to work it out, I'll give you a hint. Most of the population have already worked this out. We know it won't help combat identity fraud, we know it won't help combat crime, and we know it definitely won't help combat terrorism.

Every time you repeat the lie, the people that know it's a lie trust you less.

Wake up, you fucking cunts, and learn.

1 comment:

AngryDave said...

They will end up being compulsory by default. The government will tell every agency and their dog that they are only to accept the government i.d cards as proof of identification.
We WILL be bullied into compliance, while all the terrorists and criminals will refuse to carry them and nothing will happen to them. The system only works if you choose to live inside it, and as we know criminals and terrorists choose to live outside of the system.