To: "Health Freedom, Codex Issues
Subject: Plan to Register Every Human in World Proposed at UN Meeting By Pascal Smet of Belgium
From: John Hammell firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2001 01:02:47 -0500
IAHF List: Read the article below about Pascal Smet's statements at a UN Meeting in Geneva Dec. 13th........
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Access to vitamins is going to be crushed in the EU next month. Via Codex, we're scheduled to be NEXT. This is a genocide agenda intended to cull our numbers. They regard us to be "useless eaters." The only thing defending our access to dietary supplements is our ability to march on Washington: Armed. Our so called "government" are nothing but a pack of stooges for the Globalists, thats why the Codex vitamin oversight hearing was whitewashed on March 20th. Only Congressmen Paul and De Fazio are standing with us against Codex. When health freedom is crushed in the EU next month will any more members of Congress come to our defense? Don't hold your breath. Get armed. Get ready. Bush and Con-gress are a pack of evil whores from hell. Look at what they're doing to innocent people in Afghanistan. Since the 911 Psyop Against The People of the World began, Bush has been accelerating the Globalists plans to enslave us via a National ID card, then an implanted chip.
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Refugees meeting hears proposal to register every human in the World
GENEVA, Dec 13 AAP | Published: Friday December 14, 7:18 AM
Every person in the world would be fingerprinted and registered under a universal identification scheme to fight illegal immigration and people smuggling outlined at a United Nations meeting today.
The plan was put forward by Pascal Smet, the head of Belgium's independent asylum review board, at a roundtable meeting with ministers including Australian Immigration Minister Philip Ruddock this afternoon.
Mr Smet said the European Union was already considering a Europe-wide system, using either fingerprints or eye scanning technology, to identify citizens.
But he said the plan could be extended worldwide.
"There are no technical problems. It is only a question of will and investment," he said.
"If you look to our societies, we are already registered from birth until death. Our governments know who we are and what we are. But one of the basic problems is the numbers of people in the world who are not registered, who do not have a set identity, and when these people move with real or fake passports, you cannot identify them.
"It's a basic rule of management that if you want to manage something, you measure it. It's the same with human beings and migration.
"But instead of measuring it, you have to register them."
Mr Smet said the scheme would give people dignity by giving them an identity if their papers had been lost or destroyed.
And he said it would allow countries to open their borders to genuine travellers or asylum seekers, because they would be able to prove the identity of any over-stayers and deport them without argument from their home country.
Mr Ruddock appeared unconvinced by the merits of the plan.
"In principle we would be supportive of a system which would crack down on multiple asylum claims, but a universal identification system would be taking it too far," he said through a spokeswoman.
By Maria Hawthorne