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Sunday, December 12

Forced Labor in ID Bill?

 http://mparent7777.blog-city.com/read/954834.htm
 
Forced Labor for the Unemployed?
December 10, 2004
Forced Labor for the Unemployed?
By Kurt Nimmo
December 10, 2004

According to a report on Prison Planet, Ron Paul’s press secretary, Jeff Deist, told Alex Jones earlier this week that Senate bill 2845 on “intelligence reform” will include, in addition to a requirement for a national ID, a provision that will “make it mandatory to have a job.” I have been unable to find any reference to this. Close as I came was mention of the fact S 2845 may require submission of employment applicants to the government for approval, complete with fingerprints or other “biometric identifiers,” but nothing about demanding Americans have a job. Considering how unemployment stats keep growing worse—and I have been unable to find work since September—(initial claims for jobless pay grew unexpectedly last week to 357,000, according to Reuters, and only 112,000 new jobs were created in November, far less than expected), it would be absurd for the government to “make it mandatory to have a job,” that is unless they expect highly skilled people to work at Walmart. Or maybe the government will set up “work programs” like the one currently underway in Fallujah (i.e., forced labor). Nothing is out of the question, considering the tyrannical nature of Congress and the Bush administration.




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