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VACCINE PASSPORT - ID cards

Date: 6th April 2021


Vaccine Cards and. ID Cards

Why are people so against a Vaccine Passport?

Could never understand the outcry against IDCards . Liberals decry them as infringing our Liberties. What liberties I ask you?

Put together what is known about us ON LINE , by HMRC; DVLA; NHS, the CENSUS etc and so forth and there’s little left to the imagination.

Just think what happens when you go to a shop (in the good old days) or when you order something online - you put in your name and Postcode and up comes your address. Some sites even store the last few digits of your Credit card. Somewhere, somehow absolutely everything is known about us

French have carried ID Cards for decades and they aren’t a nation known for ‘toeing the line’.

I also believe that an ID Card would help stop much Benefit and other Fraud. All the information already known about you in various departments, brought together in a One Stop Shop.
Just think if you were in an accident - your ID card would tell the rescuers what Blood Group if in need of a transfusion; if you were suffering from a condition like Diabetes for example. What could be easier and more efficient.

However, even if the majority did not object, there is the question of cost - and Governments don't like to spend money although they are happy to waste a huge amount on failed projects.:):)

If you’ve nothing to hide, why object? 

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