The Palm Vein Scan: Step 1 of the RIFD Agenda

Today I came across this very interesting post by UltimateSkeptic1 on Abovetopsecret and his friend sent these pictures to him. It shows images of a flyer in St. Clair Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA.

Now here’s what’s interesting:

The ad for the palm identification system promotes using it to make the check-in process easier for the patients. The second ad on the desk at the check-in promotes using palm identification like this:

“This new technology recognizes your unique vein patterns and securely connects them to your personal information.”

This personal information includes your bank card, social security number, and health insurance.

Now combine this system with Obamacare/Romneycare where everybody in the U.S. is required to be “in the system.” By mandating health care TBTB skirt the 4th Amendment protections against warrantless searches and have instant access to personal information that you do not voluntarily provide -it will be mandated as part of the health insurance system.

Now here’s where it gets really good (or not so good.)

The illegal immigration issue is going to flood the health care system with people “not in the system.” There is going to be outrage that “illegals” are getting the benefit of the U.S. health care system funded by taxpayers.

How will the government “solve” the problem?

Require everybody in the system to participate in the “Technology on Hand” palm identification system.

In short order the entire population of the U.S. will be in the government database, identified biometrically by our palm prints.

Now for the really depressing news (or not news, depending on how much you read the news):

The two candidates for POTUS are both advocates of mandating everybody be required to buy into the government health care system. Romney has already implemented in Massachusetts what Obama has implemented in the U.S. The SCOTUS decision, which, like the immigration decision, is split, is going to define the parameters by which this system moves forward.

So you can continue your “my guy is better than your guy” arguments while standing in line to place your palm on the government scanners that will forever track you in their global networks.

And of course they’re going to tell us this is for our own good and to keep us safe.

For all of the Obama fans cheering his “victories” you might want to stop and think about what it is you’re really hoping he accomplishes. And for all the Romney fans who think he’s really on our side, and not the side of TBTB, you might want to look at what he’s already done, and who he works for.

I don’t know how to solve the problem, but I would suggest the first step is to stop cheering partisan, short-sighted “victories” that are screwing us long-term.

And if you want to have your palm print tied to a government database with all your personal information you’re an idiot.