While I have an issue with ID cards in general (Why do we need them? We’ve managed pretty well without them so far) it’s the fact that I will have to submit my fingerprints, my iris and have an interview.
I will have to tell the Home Office when I move.
MY DNA will be on my card.
If the British Government thinks it’s having any of these off me it vcan think again.
It is all part of an all-controlling govenrnment. One thing linked to this is that anyone who drives and oens a car will be required by law, by 2010 I think, to install a GPS tracking unit in their vehicle so their progress can be monitored. Aside from the issuing of speeding tickets, the government and it’s respective divisions and agencies will be able to now in an instant exactly where you are.
Why do they need this?
They are also planning to incorporate driving licence, ID, Passport, shoe size, prefered brand of tonic water, handed preference, and whether you like cabbage onto card. Therefore the Government will know everything about you.
But not terrorists and criminals, because they’ll have fakes.
And me, because I’ll have a fake one too.