National I.D is now here. Nine States non compliant for Domestic Flights as of 2018

Looks like the “Real National I.D National Drivers License is here. Earlier I posted: National Chip ID Card For American Citizens: ID Act Effective On May 11, 2011


It was delayed, but according to Adriennes Corner

the time is here. Best yet, the mark of the beast or rather, a chip is now implanted on all driver’s license except nine States have been dragging their feet. An RFID chip. And just how much does that chip do? I am getting ahead of myself. Here is what she says:

Residents In Nine States Will Need Passports For Domestic Flights in 2018…


Seems so.

From Forbes:

When traveling, it’s best to plan ahead whenever you can. For example, you may have thought you don’t need a passport because you don’t travel outside the United States. But for residents of nine states, that will change at the beginning of 2018 for any commercial flight, whether international or domestic.
As reported by Travel and Leisure, nine states will no longer allow travelers to board an airplane with just their state issued driver’s licenses as of January 22, 2018. To get past TSA security checkpoints, another form of identification will be required: passport, permanent resident card/green card or a military ID.

Back to my original post:

Under the REAL ID state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards have to meet federal standards or they will not be accepted for federal purposes–boarding commercial aircraft, gain access to federal facilities or enter nuclear power plants. From the government on the type of chip to be used:

Now, there is no debate as to whether or not the card will contain a chip that is capable of tracking people, the only debate has been around which tracking technology better suits their needs. Here are a few quotes again from the official government document:
“ DHS also invites comments on how States would or could incorporate a separate WHTI- compliant technology, such as an RFID-enabled vicinity chip technology, in addition to the REAL ID PDF417 barcode requirement.”

“States can leverage the same infrastructure that they will need to purchase for REAL ID to incorporate MRZ, proximity chips, and vicinity chip technology onto a driver’s license.”

“The use of RFID is essential to the WHTI program in order to ensure facilitation at crowded U.S. land and sea crossing points. Similar concerns are not implicated by REAL ID, which is one of the factors that led DHS to select the 2D bar code as the common machine readable technology on driver’s licenses and identification cards. DHS encourages States to explore alternative technologies on their driver’s licenses and identification cards in order to promote security and technology advances as well as e-government initiatives a State may wish to explore.”

“DHS does not believe that non-compliant driver’s licenses or credit cards are acceptable documents to establish identity.” Meaning – no chip, no ID. Doesn’t this remind you of something else?

Can you see where all of this is headed?  Many of the people that are attempting to implement this thing may have “good intentions”, but we all know what they say about “good intentions”.

If we put up with a national ID card, then the Obama administration will be emboldened to try to implement the “universal Internet ID” that they have been talking about.

The sad truth is that America is no longer “the land of the free“.  The government has decided that in order to keep us “safe”, everything that we do must be watched, tracked, traced, recorded and controlled.

  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Carolina
  • Washington

23 Responses to “National I.D is now here. Nine States non compliant for Domestic Flights as of 2018”

  1. Mustang Says:

    If the government wanted assurances as to our identity, it already has a fool proof system for that and the technology to implement it: fingerprints. Drivers licences, flying, banking, and voting. So it isn’t about ID at all, is it?

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Kid Says:

    Looks like we are well on our way the the movie Idiocracy. Everyone needs to resist, especially in cases like this where when no one can fly anywhere the economy will go down the tubes. That will get their attention.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    I just renewed my license this year in New Hampshire and I was given the option to make it real ID compliant, which I refused. The thought using a passport for domestic flights is sickening to me but I figured if I didn’t do the real ID maybe the government would repeal the measure before I have to fly again, but it looks like it is going to be here to stay.

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  4. Adrienne Says:

    It’s just another nail in the coffin of our freedoms. I’m no Pollyanna and realize that we’ve been folded, spindled, and mutilated for a very long time. As soon as you avoid one tracker another pops up. My ex-deep state friend said that not having a footprint online, or anywhere else, is also a red flag to those in surveillance or policing. Those who think that by not being online, not having a bank account, or not participating in any of the myriad ways they track us will keep them “off grid” and out of sight are whistling Dixie. I, for one, have reached the age of not giving a sh*t.

    Bunk – you never fail to amaze me with the amount of research you do. You’re one of the very few I trust to get it right.

    Liked by 4 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      There is no getting away from it. I know.. I guess what gets in my craw is that it won’t be used for voting…Good point. I would say the terrorist in Las Vegas made a good stab at it as far as leaving traces as far as we know so far. Thanks for the kind words. I was a researcher by profession before retirement, hard to give it up.

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  5. Mustang Says:

    I’m guessing that the tracking chip does nothing at all in real time unless you happen to be a person of interest in a national security search. Beyond this, the tracking is merely a reconstruction of where you’ve been –always after the fact of some incident. Most people do not realize that they are being tracked in their automobiles, as well. The government has placed this technology inside your automobile’s computer system, without your knowledge, and you were the one that had to pay for it. Up next, automated speeding tickets taken entirely from your automobile’s sensory technology, and of course law enforcement will share this information with your auto-insurance carrier. In addition to CCTV tracking, your EPASS or TXTAG device is also keeping track of your movements. 1984 has finally arrived.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I know your right. For some reason this one offends me more. Maybe the word National. It’s a mental thing I guess. Plus we have to carry this on us always.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Kid Says:

      re: we are paying for it. I have to laugh at the fools who put spying devices, such as google home, alexa, etc in their homes, or expose major functions of their home like door locks to the internet. How stupid can people possibly become. As an aside, this clearly shows that animals are infinitely more intelligent than humans. An owl would never put a spying device in its nest. and while down this rathole, animals are more civilized than humans are well. They kill only for 3 reasons, food, self-defense, or mating. Humans kill for a million more reasons.

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  6. hocuspocus13 Says:

    …aren’t THEY already “tracking” us down through our Cell Phones?

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Simply Linda Says:

    I’m all for one national id, not the chip…totally agree with Brittius. I have never been under the illusion that we are “free”.

    Hey, Brittius, is it true that our New York drivers licenses is imbedded with the chip via the / our little photo next to the regular photo?


  8. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    Mixed feelings about that. I have been opposed to it due to the fact that BHO was in office, and now very little has changed however, with all the identity theft, all of the illegal aliens, I do wonder, and think, if, Constitutional Carry was authorized throughout the US, I would agree to a national identification because, I have nothing to hide and nothing to fear. Maybe a restriction could be used on the national identification where convicted felons would have on the back, what the crime was, what sentence, and if on parole. That would end the debate over felons having guns until some attorney sues that second amendment rights of the felon were violated, and let the courts handle that one.
    With Constitutional Carry, a national identification card, would make sense, and possibly give a level of security to people concerned with criminals being armed, until criminals get their guns from criminal sources and armed people, end the criminal’s career.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      My concern is with the chip.. Unless I am wrong, the next step would be what the chip will do? The GPO suggests it as a tracker.. if not now, when will it be mandated? When they agree to use it for voting I will be in.

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      • Brittius Says:

        No doubt that the chip is a tracker, in fact, a couple of days ago, NYC MTA said that EZ Pass would now have boxes at “unspecified” locations to monitor vehicles and traffic count. I worked a case when toll payment with EZ Pass was not in New York, but New Jersey and a couple other places along I-95 did have it. The FBI was called into the case, and they had the boxes installed on lamp posts to first find out the general area that an interstate drug ring operated. Then, they also set more boxes and started compiling what cars, time, date, street, owner, all of that, and drug buyers and low dealers were arrested. So, now, it goes mainstream. I cannot see anything that would prevent an abuse, and also know this, that fifty states, are looking into license plate bar code system, that can identify and track cars. Then there’s the red light cameras. About the only real problem with the national identification having a chip, is if, they cut you off. No gas. No groceries. Until you comply and conform.

        Liked by 3 people

      • bunkerville Says:

        Either way, it’s here….all stored out at the Utah Data Center

        Liked by 1 person

      • hocuspocus13 Says:

        Well…for me

        I would rather have that “chip” on my DL then embedded under my skin!

        Liked by 3 people

      • bunkerville Says:

        HP – That is what I call staying on the sunny side of the street! Big grin..

        Liked by 1 person

      • hocuspocus13 Says:

        Yes…but I do enjoy a good stormy day 😉

        Liked by 2 people

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