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Trump Proposes Identification Card for Buying Day to Day Groceries


TAMPA, FL – August 2, 2018

President Trump told a crowd in Florida on Tuesday night that buying groceries should require an identification card.

The appearance was scheduled to show support for Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) in the state’s gubernatorial race. In addition to this proposal, Trump touched on a number of acute problems, such as unemployment rates and tariffs.

Trump noted that Democrats carried out fraud when they were attempting to give undocumented immigrants the right to vote.

“Which is why the time has come for voter ID, like everything else,” Trump told the crowd. “You know, if you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card. You need ID.”

There is no evidence that this problem is so important to society, but some observers note that it is one more evidence that the Deep State is deliberately and steadily pushing people into so-called digital slavery.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to clarify Trump’s remark at a press briefing on Wednesday. She attempted to deflect the comment by focusing on beer and wine purchases that require identification, even though Trump doesn’t drink alcohol.

“He is not saying every time he went in, he is saying when you go to the grocery store,” Huckabee Sanders said. “I’m pretty sure everybody in here who has been to a grocery store that has purchased beer or wine has probably had to show their I.D. If they didn’t, that’s probably a problem with the grocery store.”

Just so we're clear, Americans don't need ID to buy basic products, but there are some federal and locals regulations, prohibiting the sale of alcohol or some 'dangerous' drugs without a prescription.

Social network users mocked Trump that he can afford to buy his own groceries, as a billionaire.

Trump discussed trade deals and immigration before the Tampa crowd, using much of his typical rhetoric.

He once again used the term “globalist,” which is often used in xenophobic and anti-Semitic contexts, to refer to lobbyists fighting against his tariffs. Trump also went after Democrats for their views on immigration, including calls to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Trump ended the rally by boasting about the “impact” of his endorsements.

Now as for ID and digital slavery in General.

Every second a person becomes less free. The time is long past when anyone private life was a kind of own freedom. The famous English expression "My home is my fortress" has already lost relevance. All our life of the work, the street, the restaurant, the theater to our bedroom is under scrutiny.

We cannot escape the millions of security cameras and devices that record and send information about us to specialized data collection centers. We aren't surprised that we are monitored by our own devices and appliances, 24 hours a day. We are used to the new reality.

No one ever thinks something this small can be a clue to a bigger crime, but it is, and that's how our trails run cold. For whom and what purpose do we need to create and store huge amounts of information about an ordinary person? Sometimes we are told, they want to get your message across to an every about the information about goods, services, and news so that a person does not get the necessary information.

However, this is not the main goal. There is a process of creating a new society consisting of people of the average race and skin color, whether white or black, and preferably of the same religion, but this person will be under the guidance of a "higher intelligence", as represented by the State and relevant organizations.

The method to be followed in achieving the objectives is defined above. It could be violence, pressure, massacre, terror, and totalitarianism. Naturally, most people will resist that, but the State has its own preference and takes the form of decisions that are determined by the democratic regime, which irrationality and irresponsibility are leading us. This is exactly what the whole view of the technological process is now focused on.

According to the BBC, a US company has developed a way to monitor entire neighborhoods, using a technology originally developed for the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But while police forces are excited by the prospect of getting access to the tech, privacy campaigners see it as a threat to citizens' constitutional rights.

By flying a special manned plane over a city, Persistent Surveillance Systems (PSS) says it is able to view and record everything that is happening on the ground across a 25 sq mile (64.7 sq km) area.

Rigged with 12 high-resolution cameras, a spliced together picture of a sort of "live Google Earth" map is beamed down from the aircraft to analysts.

According to the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), the software uses facial recognition technology that allows the system to identify persons in the database of the system.

In 2012, when Compton residents weren't told about being spied on.

"We literally watched all of Compton during the times that we were flying, so we could zoom in anywhere within the city of Compton and follow cars and see people," Ross McNutt of Persistence Surveillance Systems told the Center for Investigative Reporting, which unearthed and did the first reporting on this important story.

The technology he's trying to sell to police departments all over America can stay aloft for up to six hours. Like Google Earth, it enables police to zoom in on certain areas. And like TiVo, it permits them to rewind, so that they can look back and see what happened anywhere they weren't watching in real time.

Now President Trump proposed a picture ID, and let's imagine, what people will do without them. They firstly won't be able to eat, then they won't be able to drink water, then walk and sleep.

For the first time in history, humankind will reach a point at which small elite groups will control and manage this society in full.

Our planet with the modern development of technology seems so small that it is impossible to find a place for a shelter and quiet life. There has been a flowering of development-the digital concentration camp throughout the planet, all under the banner of democracy and human rights.

Author: USA Really