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Post  Ray Mart on Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:25 am

HERE'S THE TEXT OF THE 2005 PDF FILES FORWARDED TO US BY OUR MOLES IN THE GOV'T AGENCIES....


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M.R. No. 2005-81 22 June 2005
UNIFIED ID SYSTEM TO HARMONIZE DATA IN GOV’T IDs
Allaying fears of certain sectors on the proposed unified ID system, Socioeconomic
Planning Secretary Romulo Neri said that the system [unified ID system] would “only
harmonize similar or parallel data utilized by government agencies into a single identification
system for convenience.”
The Director General of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)
made the statement during the first meeting of the National Task Force (NTF) on the
Implementation of the Unified ID System for government at the NEDA Boardroom recently.
“The worst thing that can happen is that a person has 10-15 cards with the same
information. The [unified ID] system will harmonize the information, as well as the
resources, which will make things simpler,” Neri told the members of the task force, which
include government agencies providing identification cards for its members.
According to National Statistics Office (NSO) Administrator Carmelita Ericta, the
system would first target government employees. The NSO is head of the national technical
working group for the task force.
“We are now in the stage of pilot-matching between the GSIS (Government Service
Insurance System) and the COMELEC (Commission on Elections) using GSIS member
records,” she said.
The NSO chief said GSIS has already provided pilot data to SSS (Social Security
System) for compatibility testing. The NSO and SSS, she said, are currently reviewing
possible data items on SSS records for matching.
The data of these agencies—including fingerprints and other biometrics, would be
crosschecked and validated to come up with the cross-reference number (CRN) to be
assigned to the recipients of the multipurpose ID cards.
NEDA’s Information Technology Coordination Staff (ITCS) Director Daniel
Pabellon, noted that data procurement would be a two-track process. Track 1, he said, is
validating and harmonizing existing data from government agencies and Track 2 involves
first time registration of new members or employees.
The NEDA chief is looking at phasing in the unified ID system under EO 420 into the
existing systems of PhilHealth, Pag-Ibig Fund, or PhilPost. “If possible, we must look into
the possibility of the users not paying, or if they have to pay at all, only at minimal costs by
National Economic and Development Authority riding into these systems. This would also make for good social marketing for these agencies,
harmonizing their information for the good of all.”
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo assigned NEDA to chair the task force for the
implementation of EO 420, which requires all ID-providing government agencies to
harmonize their data into one single system. The Secretary of the Department of Budget and
Management and the Chairman of the Commission on Information and Communications
Technology (CICT) co-chair the task force.
Members of the NTF include the heads of the departments of Finance, Foreign
Affairs, Interior and Local Government, Justice, Labor and Employment, Science and
Technology, and Transportation and Communication. Also part of the task force are the
presidents of ID-issuing government agencies like the GSIS, SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-Ibig Fund,
and the Postmaster-General of the Philippine Postal Corporation. A commissioner each from
the COMELEC and the Civil Service Commission are also invited to sit in the task force.
—END—
Electronic versions of NEDA media releases
Website: www.neda.gov.ph
Media inquiries
Victoria V. Quimbo
Rosemarie O. Aguilar
Tel: (632) 6313757, 6313744
Fax: (632) 6313282
Email: vquimbo@neda.gov.ph
roaguilar@neda.gov.ph
info@neda.gov.ph

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THE MAKING OF A UNIFIED ID FROM THE GOVERNMENT'S POINT OF VIEW

Post  Admin on Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:33 am

THE PLAN WAS BACK IN 2006

Palace orders implementation of ID system
aangirfan | April 21 2006

Editor's Note: Published on page A1 of the Apr. 21, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

PRESIDENT Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo yesterday ordered the immediate implementation of the national identification card system a day after the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the project.

Malaca�ang executives want a national ID to be a mandatory requirement in all government transactions and will encourage the private sector to require the same.

"President Arroyo has given the go-signal to the Cabinet to get the ID system in one form or another and this is the way we can keep up with the rest of the world," said Press Secretary Ignacio Bunye.

Presidential Chief of Staff Michael Defensor said the ID system would be up and running in a few months. He said the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), which would oversee the project, had been given less than 30 days to come up with its mechanics.
While Defensor said the databases of both the Social Security System (SSS) and the Government Service and Insurance System (GSIS) would simply be merged,

NEDA chief Romulo Neri said the national ID system would include data from the Commission on Elections (Comelec) and the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth).

Defensor explained that the goal was to synchronize all state-issued IDs with all citizens expected to have one number for quick reference and profiling.
He said that government agencies would make it mandatory for all individuals dealing with them to use the national ID to facilitate their transactions. "We would also encourage the private sector to do the same," said Defensor.

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the national ID system under Executive Order No. 420 and rejected claims that it violated an individual's right to privacy.

Andres Bautista, dean of the Far Eastern University Institute of Law, said the court decision was a good one because it ruled the ID system was not compulsory and that any information requested was already available in the public domain.

Phantom fears

Bunye hailed the Supreme Court decision "not only because of its contribution to national security but its effect in facilitating the delivery of vital government programs and services to the Filipino people."
"Issues adverting to infringement of human rights are phantom fears," said Bunye. "The system has enough safeguards to protect the citizen from imagined violations of the right to privacy."

Interior Secretary Ronaldo Puno told the Inquirer that there was no need to gather data at the barangay (village) level. He said that any data needed was already in the hands of the government, such as the GSIS, Comelec and the Land Transportation Office.
"Privacy and privileged personal information will not lose their legal protection under existing laws as a consequence of the Supreme Court decision," Puno said.

When the national ID system was first proposed as an instrument against terrorism, information gathered from the barangays was planned to form its database.
Now, Puno said, the Department of Interior and Local Government would only be a support organization for the ID project.

"What is imminent is the consolidation of the ID cards of the different agencies. I don't think we will do data-gathering on anyone," Puno said. He said that the National Census and Statistical Office could handle the consolidation.

'For people in government'

In Lapulapu City, Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita said the high court's decision did not cover private citizens as the government had intended.
"The national ID sustained by the Supreme Court is really for the moment to facilitate administrative aspects for people in the government, especially in transacting business with the government," said Ermita, who was attending the three-day international conference on counterterrorism.
He said it may be required whenever they transact business with the government, such as applying for various licenses and registering to engage in business.

He emphasized the importance of a national ID system especially in the fight against criminality, insurgency and terrorism.

But he denied claims by human rights advocates the project would be used to harass individuals and violate their privacy.

Gradual rise of police state

The leftist group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) said it would soon be necessary for all citizens to get an ID.

"We are now seeing the gradual rise of a police state and the evolution of the real Orwellian Big Brother. Freedom-loving citizens must act now to defend their rights, including the right to privacy," Bayan secretary general Renato Reyes Jr. said. With reports from Norman Bordadora, Philip C. Tubeza and Jolene R. Bulambot, PDI Visayas Bureau.

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MALACANAN PALACE DOCUMENT - CONFIRMED!

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G.M.. PUSHES ON NATIONAL I.D.

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FUNDING OF THE NATIONAL UNIFIED I.D. BY G.M.A.

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THE MAKING OF THE PHILIPPINE NATIONAL I.D. FROM THE PUBLIC VIEW

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KUMENTARYONG PINOY

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NATIONAL UNIFIED I.D. SYSTEM IS A SURVEILLANE AND CONTROL APARATUS

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NO2ID SECULAR BLOG COMMENTS ON NATIONAL I.D.

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NO2ID SECULAR BLOG COMMENTS ON NATIONAL I.D. (PART2)

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NO2ID SECULAR BLOG COMMENTS ON NATIONAL I.D. (PART3)

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NO2ID SECULAR BLOG COMMENTS ON NATIONAL I.D. (PART4)

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NO2ID SECULAR BLOG COMMENTS ON NATIONAL I.D. (ENGLISH VERSION)

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NO2ID SECULAR BLOG COMMENTS ON NATIONAL I.D. (ENGLISH VERSION) Part 2

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NO2ID SECULAR BLOG COMMENTS ON NATIONAL I.D. (ENGLISH VERSION) Part 3

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THE DANGERS OF A NATIONAL I.D. FROM DISCOVEY CHANNEL

Post  Admin on Sun Mar 22, 2009 12:37 am

Adam Savage of the MythBusters TV show on Discovery channel explains what happened when they wanted to do a show on RFID. It will shock you.
This is nothing more than a step closer to the Mark of the Beast that the Bible talks about in the book of Revelation - Chapter 13.
Buy Katherine Albrecht's book, "SPYCHIPS"!

REAL I.D. IS THE NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION OF USA WHICH BUSH PUSHED AFTER THEIR CREATED CRIME IN NEW YORK, THE TWIN TOWERS BOMBINGS. THE PHILIPPINES VERSION OF THIS REAL I.D. IS OUR NATIONAL UNIFIED I.D., MADE INTO LAW, THE EXEC. ORDER NO. 420 BY THE PRESIDENT AND SOON TO BE IMPLEMENTED. G.M.A. IS SO WISE TO PASS THE NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION LAW SO QUICKLY WITHOUT THE PUBLIC'S APPROVAL! LET'S WATCH THIS VIDEO TO SEE THAT MANY STATES IN U.S.A. REJECTED THEIR NATIONAL I.D. SYSTEM....






They are now pushing the real ID b/c of the falling dollar. All of your information is going to be on that card even your money.


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MUST SEE VIDEO

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The Real I.D. with the microchip is the mark of the beast for nobody can buy or sell without it, and everyone will become 1, one world, one nation, one government, one religion, one god, and that is not the creator of the this world and the universe is rather the destroyer of hope and love, and everything that's pure and sane, people should be inform about the consequences if they choose to get chipped and win a ticket straight to hell, where all the beings that disobeyed God who will have eternal life of suffering, while those who reject the chip and accept Christ will be part of the kingdom of heaven and they will never have to suffer the terrible days. Once you watch this video,your eyes will open to the truth, you will feel it in your heart because the heart doesn't lie, and our minds are controlled and blind, and the only way to see the way out if you listen to your heart and the Bible prophecies in the news today.

HERE'S A MUST SEE VIDEO:



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