In a move completely ignored by the corporate media, the state of Hawaii has introduced resolutions in the Senate and House to initiate a study by the Insurance Commissioner to determine how best to deny gasoline purchases to uninsured motorists.
|Hawaiian government wants motorists to use a special ID card in order to buy gasoline.|
In order to do this, the Hawaii Senate and House concur that “motor vehicle insurance companies issue motor vehicle insurance cards to insured drivers and to require that the card be either scanned electronically or examined by the sellers of gasoline in order to purchase gasoline.”
If these bills pass in the regular 2010 session, residents will not only need the state’s permission to buy gasoline but will in essence need permission to work and buy food, that is unless they walk or ride bicycles to work or the grocery store.
Since the September 11, 2001, false flag attacks, the federal government has worked overtime to impose national ID schemes on the American people. The September 11 whitewash commission recommended “national standards” for “identification documents,” including driver’s licenses in 2004.
[efoods]“There needs to be consistent standards to ensure the integrity of both the document and the issuance process,” said commission member Jamie S. Gorelick, a former Clinton administration Justice Department official who is a member of the CFR and linked to numerous globalist foundations and the CIA (see this Muckety relationship map).
Christopher B. Cannon, Utah Republican, told the commission the government needs to “take something that everyone accepts now and have it standardized in a way that it really identifies the people who are holding onto it.” Skeptical lawmakers characterized this as a stealth national ID plan brought in “through the back door.”
“I’ve always been concerned about a universal ID card or system, somewhat like in Nazi Germany,” Rep. Barry Goldwater Jr. said at the time. “That’s scary. We value our privacy and freedom and are very concerned about the power of the U.S. government.
Hawaii’s proposal is obviously not a national or state ID scheme. It is, however, yet another way to get the proles to accept the idea that they need to be carded for essentials in order to fight against deadbeats who do not buy state mandated insurance.
This article was posted: Friday, April 3, 2009 at 1:41 pm