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THE “COMMON IDENTITY REPOSITORY”

By Pete Moore On April 26th, 2019

Oh great. So what has Brussels been up to now?

EU votes to create gigantic biometrics database

The European Parliament voted last week to interconnect a series of border-control, migration, and law enforcement systems into a gigantic, biometrics-tracking, searchable database of EU and non-EU citizens.

This new database will be known as the Common Identity Repository (CIR) and is set to unify records on over 350 million people.

Of course the excuse is to help the police and all that nonsense. As if laws and information aren’t used for purposes other than those given at first. This is about tracking everyone and controlling everythng. As the months go by it’s increasingly clear that Remainers had no idea – no idea at all – what they were voting for. A Remain vote didn’t exist, because there was no remaining in the EU as it was. A Remain vote was a vote for what the EU will be. They had no idea about the EU military plans, no idea about tax harmonisation, and no idea about the Common Identity Repository.

The simple little darlings had no idea.

3 Responses to “THE “COMMON IDENTITY REPOSITORY””

  1. Wait a minute.

    Don’t you support stronger border controls?

    And…aren’t you an advocate of an electronic solution to the Irish border issue?

  2. The simple little darlings had no idea.

    I disagree. Remainers knew stuff like this was in the pipeline – and they support it

  3. MourneReg

    The contradictions and hypocrisies in Pete Moore anti EU fanaticism are so numerous it’s almost embarrassing to list them. At least Allan is consistent in his opposition to State technology information gathering. He just wants our borders staffed by pure “ Aryan “ Brits using their eyes alone to turn away anyone who isn’t a whiter shade of pale 😉