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Woman sues state over mandatory ‘mark of the beast’

Posted in Big Brother, biometrics with tags , , , , on September 22, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Woman sues state over mandatory ‘mark of the beast’
Challenges requirement for biometrics to get driver’s license
Posted: September 21, 2011

By Bob Unruh

An Oklahoma requirement that driver’s license applicants submit to “biometric” digital photographs – which are “stored and shared” without the applicant’s knowledge – is a violation of religious rights, charges a lawsuit filed against the state’s Department of Public Safety and several individuals.

The suit names Public Safety Commissioner Michael C. Thompson.

The state has told the plaintiff, Kaye Beach, that she must submit to the biometric requirement to obtain a license in the state, and there is no exemption based on religious beliefs.

The lawsuit contends the requirement, however, violates the Oklahoma Constitution because it “substantially” burdens Beach’s free exercise of religion and does not accommodate her sincerely held religious beliefs.

The case seeks a ruling that “in order to comply with the Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act, the state must provide an accommodation to Ms. Beach … which allows her to submit a low-resolution non-biometric facial photograph in order to obtain a driver’s license.”

“Constitutional Chaos: What Happens When the Government Breaks Its Own Laws”

“Whether a biometric ID card in the form of a driver’s license or other government-issued form of identification is the mark of the Beast or merely the long arm of Big Brother, the outcome remains the same – ultimate control by the government,” said John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute, which is handling the case.

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Matthew Hoh ” We used population control and biometrics”

Posted in Population Control with tags , , , , , , on November 5, 2009 by saynsumthn

Nov. 4: The Interview: Rachel Maddow is joined by Matthew Hoh, who recently resigned from his job at the State Department over the way the U.S. is handling the war in Afghanistan.

” One of the key things we did – literally we fenced people in”