The Brutal Truth About the CARNET: The Venezuelan Biometric ID Also Known as the Fatherland Card

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By Daisy Luther and J. G. Martinez D.

If you want a totalitarian regime, you have to take extra steps to control the populace. And that’s just what Venezuela has done with the advent of a biometric ID called Carnet, loosely translated as The Fatherland Card. Carnet is closely related to the dystopian Chinese social credit program and in fact, uses much of the same technology to track and spy on citizens.

And it’s been in the works for a long time.

In April 2008, former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez dispatched Justice Ministry officials to visit counterparts in the Chinese technology hub of Shenzhen.

Their mission, according to a member of the Venezuela delegation, was to learn the workings of China’s national identity card program…

…Once in Shenzhen, though, the Venezuelans realized a card could do far more than just identify the recipient.

There, at the headquarters of Chinese telecom giant ZTE Corp, they learned how China, using smart cards, was developing a system that would help Beijing track social, political, and economic behavior.

Using vast databases to store information gathered with the card’s use, a government could monitor everything from a citizen’s personal finances to medical history and voting activity…

…10 years after the Shenzhen trip, Venezuela is rolling out a new, smart-card ID known as the “carnet de la patria,” or “fatherland card.”

…And ZTE, whose role in the fatherland project is detailed here for the first time, is at the heart of the program.

As part of a $70 million government effort to bolster “national security,” Venezuela last year hired ZTE to build a fatherland database and create a mobile payment system for use with the card, according to contracts reviewed by Reuters.

A team of ZTE employees is now embedded in a special unit within Cantv, the Venezuelan state telecommunications company that manages the database, according to four current and former Cantv employees. (source)

Without this card, just to name a few things, Venezuelans cannot access services like healthcare, they can’t purchase food, and they are unable to vote in elections.

What exactly is the Carnet?

Although the media has only been talking about it being launched in 2017, there have been predecessors to the current ID, which you’ll hear about in a moment.

Although it existed before, it was rolled out with fanfare in 2017.

The National Radio of Venezuela (Radio Nacional de Venezuela, RNV), the government’s public radio station, reports that in January 2017, the government of Venezuela launched the homeland card, a [translation] “tool” to “broaden the policies to protect the people, increase efficiency and efficacy, and increase the deployment capacity of the national government” (RNV [2017]). The Ministry of People’s Power for Communications and Information (Ministerio del Poder Popular para la Comunicación y la Información, MIPPCI) indicates that the homeland card is a [translation] “‘means for social justice and inclusion that connects the people directly with their President; without red tape, bureaucracy, intermediaries and corruption'” (source)

So, long story short, to get any desperately needed government aid, you had to get this card.

One of its most powerful tools is the Carnet de la Patria (Homeland Card). This is an identity card ostensibly meant to improve the efficiency of government social programmes by linking everyone who requests and receives services and handouts to their government records. But, in reality, the card’s main function is to keep a tight grip on the state’s 2.8memployees and also the millions of people seeking government assistance, many of whose livelihoods depend on it.

Because 15m people are registered for the Homeland Card, it’s an effective means of controlling the poor population and ensuring their obedience.

Without registering for the card, Venezuelans cannot access public healthcare, universities, or much-needed subsidised food provided in the Comités Locales de Abastecimiento y Producción (CLAPbox, a food package containing basic products such as rice, pasta, lentils, corn flour and oil.

Because most of Venezuela’s productive farming and food production industries have been expropriated, nationalised – and thereafter poorly managed or closed – this fertile country is struggling to produce enough food for domestic consumption. As a result, the basic foodstuffs in the CLAP box come from Mexico under a contract run by a company owned by Nicolás Maduro. (source)

To get a “Carnet” you have to provide biometric data – your fingerprint. To ensure you are who you say you are, you may have to scan your fingerprint in order to purchase food, vote, access healthcare, etc.

So what is the reality of living with the Carnet system? I talked to Jose about it.

Here’s how Carnet was instituted.

It seems to have started out with employees who were forced to get the card. Jose writes:

As a former oil worker, we were forced by the corporation to go to a temporary office so they could take a digital picture (I believe I remember my right thumb and index were digitally scanned just like at election time) and print it on a carnet. Oddly, the code of this card had just one or two digits more than my national ID card. We were notified by our supervisors that everyone up to the last member of the personnel was under the obligation to get the Carnet.

Those who refused to get it were going to be severely punished. I know this perhaps sounds exaggerated, but it is the truth. Some people were even fired. Without any serious institution to go to, those who were fired had nothing to do to reclaim their rights. This kind of stuff had happened before, indeed. Former candidates used to buy votes from the poor people by providing them with cement blocks, rebar, roofing materials, and some other similar stuff to improve their hutches in the barrios. And this under “democratic” governments, go figure. So people were somewhat used to blackmail.

Of course, it didn’t stop with employees of big corporations.

Soon, people who refused to get the Carnet were denied basic needs.

It spread to public employees next.

The approach of these twisted people that were given authority through democratic ways to make decisions in the economy harmed severely the already stressed productive means of Venezuela. Our population is (was) mostly young, and with a vibrant, growing fertility rate. Therefore, the need for food was increased at a much faster rate than the accompanying growth of the food and services industry.

The tyrants then decided to seize the production media (once they started to lose popularity) and ration whatever production they could put their paws on. The result was the mess that we are seeing now. One of the social control means was the FORCING of this card into every public employee. The refusing of getting into that system allowed them to clean whatever reluctant opposition they could have in the public management system. Now, this very same sector is screaming for food in the own Maduro’s doors.

The carnet would supposedly provide access to medicines, food, and housing programs. I know that the military personnel even would get cars, in a country where the new car production was seized for the socialist party elite…just like Russia, Cuba, North Korea and such. No one can get a new car there and it has been like this for years. Prices in dollars are twice what they are in other countries.

Oh and I forgot to mention that subsidized gasoline is available for those holding the carnet. Mostly they would fill their tanks in the border cities like San Cristobal, get that gasoline in some jerry cans, and would sell it or trade it for food in Colombia. Without cars passing through the bridge now, chances are that this gasoline is going through the bushes. Without any means to get food, medicines at affordable prices (we are talking about prices here, people holding the carnet could barely make a living some time ago), or even gasoline, people without the carnet were better off leaving the country. Those most affected are the elders. Payment of pensions was to be made through this system, forcing poor older people to make rows for 8 or 10 hours to receive a pack of money barely enough to buy a dozen eggs. But without the carnet, even this handout was impossible to get for them. Of course, those elder people who have refused to get the carnet in these last 3 years have died like flies. By the thousands.

I do know that Nico sold this as the big socialist achievement in history. He even issued bonuses for proven single, pregnant women with more than 2 children, encouraging them to have more children because they would receive an allowance for every one of the babies. Of course, they would receive money throughout the carnet de la patria.

JEEZ-CHRIST, people.

It’s even embarrassing mentioning this!

Does this sound familiar?

A lot has been written on this website about the advent of personal microchips and how they might be forced upon people at some point in the not so distant future. Of course, it will be done with our “convenience” in mind and then at some point, it will be nearly impossible to function in society without being chipped. Basically everyone, according to some experts, will get chipped.

And so it is in Venezuela too, that functioning without the Carnet is nearly impossible. And functioning with the Carnet is nearly impossible too unless you toe the Maduro party line.

Of course, this restriction of resources is entirely against our Constitution. Ironically, the Constitution that Hugo left behind him.

After the election process, the people holding the carnet was instructed to immediately go to some data collection points called “red points” where they had to register themselves and were asked an entire series of questions about what programs they received, like housing, pensions, medication or feeding. If they voted against Maduro, they would be rejected from those programs. I know this first hand because I was there.

However, things have changed. They will try (perhaps that will change soon once Maduro is no longer in place) only payment means can be done with this carnet. I don’t know because never used it to receive any money, or make some payments, nor even to get some gasoline. I left before this implementation was fully achieved. I do have my carnet, though…as a memory of the infamy of these years.

At the present, the menaces have made more effect that the carnet itself, which has only been used to receive bonuses and pensions, and the access to some different programs that have not still gone dry because lack of funding…something that will run entirely dry because it is Pres. Guaido now who holds the checkbook.

But used as a psychological tool, its impact has been huge. Of course, China has much more advances in this area. They use it effectively to control political activity and to forbid access to public transportation and even to schools. To provide a little of our Venezuelan style, and that we have some good hackers around there, when they used the carnet in the first voting to choose the fraudulent constituent assembly, Nico was the first to vote…just to receive a screen message that said his carnet had been revoked or did not exist….on national TV, embarrassing him in front of tens of thousands of followers. Quite funny. One of my best memories regarding that stuff indeed.

And this has worked against them, too, because it is totally against our Constitution. It has been used as a means of EXCLUSION AND BLACKMAIL of the most vulnerable population. This is a crime.

This is a case study in control.

Years ago, back in 2014, I wrote about this card although, at the time, I didn’t know the name of it. I wrote about the fingerprint registry that was required to buy food so that the Venezuelan government could prevent the “crime” of food “hoarding.”  This is when people were really beginning to see that things were going downhill fast in the country.

People were told things would be better for them with the card, and many welcomed it, thinking it would solve the problems of food shortages. I could easily see certain groups of people here in the United States greeting such a move with open arms, blithely oblivious to where it was heading. (I’m talking to you, “AOC” and friends.)

Back in 2014, I wrote:

The AP reports that in an effort to crack down on “hoarding” that ID cards will be issued to families.  These will have to be presented before foodstuffs can be purchased.

President Nicolas Maduro’s administration says the cards to track families’ purchases will foil people who stock up on groceries at subsidized prices and then illegally resell them for several times the amount…

Registration began Tuesday at more than 100 government-run supermarkets across the country. Working-class shoppers who sometimes endure hours-long lines at government-run stores to buy groceries at steeply reduced prices are welcoming the plan.

“The rich people have things all hoarded away, and they pull the strings,” said Juan Rodriguez, who waited two hours to enter the government-run Abastos Bicentenario supermarket near downtown Caracas on Monday, and then waited another three hours to check out.

Checkout workers at Abastos Bicentenario were taking down customers’ cellphone numbers Monday, to ensure they couldn’t return for eight days. Shoppers said employees also banned purchases by minors, to stop parents from using their children to engage in hoarding, which the government calls “nervous buying.”

Rodriguez supports both measures.

“People who go shopping every day hurt us all,” he said, drawing approving nods from the friends he made over the course of his afternoon slowly snaking through the aisles with his oversized cart.

Reflecting Maduro’s increasingly militarized discourse against opponents he accuses of waging “economic war,” the government is calling the new program the “system of secure supply.”

Patrons will register with their fingerprints, and the new ID card will be linked to a computer system that monitors purchases. On Tuesday, Food Minister Felix Osorio said the process was off to a smooth start. He says the system will sound an alarm when it detects suspicious purchasing patterns, barring people from buying the same goods every day. But he also says the cards will be voluntary, with incentives like discounts and entry into raffles for homes and cars.

Expressionless men with rifles patrolled the warehouse-size supermarket Monday as shoppers hurried by, focusing on grabbing meat and pantry items before they were gone.  (source)

Last year in Venezuela, it became a crime to “hoard” food, and the country’s Attorney General called upon prosecutors to crack down on “hoarders” by imprisoning them for the “crime”.

Is it just me or do you see the future unless something changes dramatically?

About Jose

Jose is an upper middle class professional. He is a former worker of the oil state company with a Bachelor’s degree from one of the best national Universities. He has a small 4 members family, plus two cats and a dog. An old but in good shape SUV, a good 150 square meters house in a nice neighborhood, in a small but (formerly) prosperous city with two middle size malls. Jose is a prepper and shares his eyewitness accounts and survival stories from the collapse of his beloved Venezuela. Thanks to your help Jose has gotten his family out of Venezuela. They are currently setting up a new life in another country.

About Daisy

Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, gun-toting blogger who writes about current events, preparedness, frugality, voluntaryism, and the pursuit of liberty on her website, The Organic Prepper. She is widely republished across alternative media and she curates all the most important news links on her aggregate site, PreppersDailyNews.comDaisy is the best-selling author of 4 books and runs a small digital publishing company.  She lives in the mountains of Virginia with her family. You can find her on FacebookPinterest, and Twitter.

Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, globe-trotting blogger. She is the founder and publisher of three websites.  1) The Organic Prepper, which is about current events, preparedness, self-reliance, and the pursuit of liberty on her website, 2)  The Frugalite, a website with thrifty tips and solutions to help people get a handle on their personal finances without feeling deprived, and 3), an aggregate site where you can find links to all the most important news for those who wish to be prepared. She is widely republished across alternative media and  Daisy is the best-selling author of 5 traditionally published books and runs a small digital publishing company with PDF guides, printables, and courses. You can find her on FacebookPinterest, Gab, MeWe, Parler, Instagram, and Twitter.

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  • Hi Daisy, Wow! What an article! I’m printing it up so I can present this information to our class. Is there any way you can add a “print” feature to your posts? I guess there’s a way to print just the article now, but I’m not a tech savvy person. We hold a monthly class on end time events and getting ready. This is such important information to share! Thanks so much.

  • This is the first article i’ve come across to date that definitively analyzes the Maduro Socialist government and i appreciate being afforded this insight. I’ve wondered for long just what kind of man Maduro really is and if truthful this pretty well nails him as a tyrant.

    . . . Just hope Ms. Luther has not been deceived.

    But if Maduro is a scoundrel i applaud Trump’s actions in condemning him while endorsing the interloper, Guaido (maybe i got the spelling right?).

    My biggest hope is that the noble Putin, who stands with Maduro, is supporting the latter solely out of monetary concern with no politically or sociologically-oriented connections.

    Indeed, it is King Vlad’s support of Maduro which serves as the sole cause for concern in re the efficacy of this commentary.

    Thanks, Daisy!

    • Tatiana – please don’t say things like that on my website. It’s okay to disagree with or even abhor a political point of view. It is not okay to recommend violence against them. At least not on my site.

      I appreciate your future restraint.

  • *cough*REALID*cough
    I had to renew my drivers license last year. My state ‘upgraded’ to the ‘new’ system, I do believe it’s called REAL ID. You have two options. One can be used as a ‘passport’ type ID, the other is ‘just’ a state ID but still part of the ‘federal’ plan. I chose ‘the lesser of two evils’. Which means ultimately, travel could be restricted for me, since I didn’t choose the ‘passport’ type option. Even state to state travel, at some point.
    So if you don’t think it’s not already happening in the US, think again. And, no, I am not paranoid. I am just a keen observer, and old enough to remember that those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.

    • I’m curious about this new ID too. There have been ads running on our TV about it and I looked it up online. It appears that it will be mandatory soon and absolutely necessary. Pretty scary.

    • When the Real ID rules were implemented in my state, I was required to change my name or else not have a drivers’ license. I had previously used my first & last name with a middle initial. This is not at all unusual.

      The Real ID rules force a person to use their full legal name on the drivers’ license, which then becomes the name that banks require you to use on your checks and for loans such as for a new car; that credit card companies require you to use on your credit cards; and that insurance companies require you to use on all documents. Many other companies and services also require you to use the name on your ID card (drivers’ license).

      The problem for me is that my middle name is the same as my mother’s maiden name, which becomes a problem for all the clueless companies who think that the last 4 digits of your SSN plus your mother’s maiden name are the best way to identify someone securely. This careless and clueless practice exposes those two bits of information to hackers through being stored in corporate databases all over the world, and being transmitted in clear text repeatedly. They are therefore the opposite of secure identifying data; yet they are in widespread use as I type this. Hence my issue with being forced to spell out my middle name on my Real ID drivers’ license, thereby exposing it to anyone who says they’re a landlord, checking my credit or background for employment, etc. It’s just all over; it’s neither private nor secure.

      I’m not alone or unique in preferring to use a name other than my full, legal name: California’s governor “Jerry” brown is actually named Edmund Gerald Brown. I wonder what his Real ID-compliant drivers’ license says. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s first name isn’t Ruth, it’s Joan. Several sources online incorrectly list this as her middle name, but it’s her first name. She has always preferred Ruth over Joan. In a free country, this would not and should not be an issue. the Real ID Act has made this an issue, at least for the plebes if not for the ruling class.

      I could name several other famous and important people who use their middle names, and others who use only a middle initial rather than their full middle name. The motor vehicle department employee agreed that I should be free to use whatever name I prefer if it’s still a free country, then sent me away to change my name if I refused to divulge my middle name on the ID.

      Many states resisted implementing the Real ID Act, recognizing that it infringes on basic human rights, as well as costing far more to implement than existing drivers’ license programs. I say abolish all drivers’ licensing; it’s an infringement on our basic right to travel using common conveyances of our day. By all means, push back on this terrible law, insisting that it be repealed. As detailed in the above article, it’s a toxic doorway to totalitarian control, beginning with your identity itself.

  • “We’re the government, and we’re here to help you.”

    No thanks! I can fail quite nicely on my own.
    This “system” has New World Order written all over it. Terrifying.

    • Dear Sandra,

      The exact same thing I´ve been discussing with a friend of mine who is a great guy, but still chavista.

      We are in the middle of a friendly political battle, indeed.

  • It’s biblical. The card is the Mark of the Beast whose number is 666. We will have a one world government and the final leader of that OWG will be the antichrist who will demand we take the “mark” (just like a national ID) on our forehead or hand to prove we worship him instead of God. If we refuse the mark, we will not be able to buy or sell anything. Christians have no intention of taking this mark once the antichrist has shown himself. So the problems stated in this great article are just the beginning. All these events, past, present and future, have been prophesied in the Bible, from which I get my “news” before it happens.

  • Note about printing articles: go to PrintFriendly on the internet and follow the instructions, which will enable you to print text of articles without all the clutter of the ads surrounding them.

    • And of course Russia and China are helping out because they are so altruistic. They have no need of any of that oil.
      They are just as corrupt and -as the billionaires in the US.

      I do seem to recall our fearless leader recently calling for a national ID card also. I mean whats the big deal, as he said you can’t even buy groceries without ID, Duh.

      Getting scary folks. How about those eyeball scanners in the airports? Very convenient to be able to go t the front of the line. Technology continues to improve and soon those eyeball scanners could be looking at you from next to the red light cameras. Of course with the smart phones THEY already know where most of us are most of the time.

      • Forgot to add, Where decent human beings shoot down airliners that happen to be passing overhead. And lets not forget the manipulation of social data to influence voting. Oh wait, I’m sorry, Puitn already said he didn’t do it.

    • As a final caveat to all the above please allow me to post the following link:

      “An Ocean of Lies on Venezuela: Abby Martin & UN Rapporteur Expose Coup”

      I’m now convinced that Juan Maduro has been subjected to a classic version of the raw deal.

      The CIA’s hand prints are all over this abortion of the truth.

      Everything to the contrary is false news, including the original article of reference posted on this web site, “The Brutal Truth About the CARNET: The Venezuelan Biometric ID Also Known as the Fatherland Card”

      Although parts of the above may be factual it appears that much has been interpolated as outright lies to cast Maduro in a negative light.

      Isn’t that the precise methodology of all three-letter agencies?

      I say, give Mr. Maduro the benefit of the doubt and leave Venezuela alone.

      Are you listening, President Trump?

      • You can´t accuse ME of posting fake news, “Andrews”


        I was FORCED to get that ID in PDVSA.

        What do you want? That I publish a scan of it? You come here to defend…what?..
        the Maduro´s government?
        Come on.
        Even Germany has accepted that an armed intervention is the only reasonable possibility to finish that poisonous cauldron that they have my homeland.


    • There is no such thing as a “Venezuelan government” other than the national assembly, the exiled supreme court and Pres. interim Juan Guaido.
      Check our laws.

  • Mike, thanks for the link. I knew this country has a long history of false flag operations, but I didn’t know about this one. As a ancient prelude, this timeless quote seems relevant:

    “In war, truth is the first casualty.”

    Greek tragic dramatist (525 BC – 456 BC)

    We know, for instance, that well before the 1915 German torpedo sinking of the Lusitania that Winston Churchill had commissioned a study to learn whether an attack on a passenger ship with enough American passengers would be sufficient to suck America into WWI. And the Wilson government shut down most, but not all, of the newspaper warnings in this country (paid for by the German government) advising Americans NOT to sail on the Lusitania, which the Germans had learned would be carrying munitions, which it was.

    We know that well before Pearl Harbor FDR spent years trying to pressure Japan into some kind of first strike so he could drag America into WWII. See the book by Robert Stinnett, “Day of Deceit”.

    We know that in 1962 the US Joint Chiefs of Staff signed off on Operation Northwoods, a plan to attack American targets on US soil in order to blame it on Castro — to justify an invasion of Cuba. JFK nixed that plan, and was hated for it by the military-industrial complex. See this link:

    We also know that the Gulf of Tonkin resolution to justify the Vietnam War was drafted many months before LBJ lied to the Congress and the American public about that event, which Admiral Stockdale (being onsite at the time) said never happened.

    I’ve not covered the history since then, or this post would runneth over. I’ll close with the infamous remark made by the late William Casey, CIA director, who at a staff meeting in 1981 said (roughly), “We’ll know our disinformation campaign has been successful when everything the American public believes is a lie.”


      • BTW, Lewis —

        Just as a point of morbid interest it happens I was in DaNang, S.V. in August of 1964 when the Gulf of Tonkin incident went down.

        . . . Old geeze.

        It wasn’t long after when the US Congress ratified a declaration of war against N. Vietnam, thus placing the ship’s crew in imminent peril.

        Nobody even told us what was going on!

        We were pulling liberty in DaNang a week or so later when the NVA came to town, firing mortars and chunking grenades. The American Services Clinic in DaNang had a money window where all my fellow crew members and I exchanged military scrip for what was then the local currency, a note called the piaster.

        Now they call it the dong.

        The little ‘Charleys’ killed a bunch of people at the Clinic, right where I’d been just an hour before. I was in a large saloon on the main drag when two Marines in a jeep appeared, one of them shouting evac orders over a bullhorn.

        None of us guys off the ship were armed that dark day and we had no other recourse than to run like rabbits down to the landing, which was about .3 miles from town.

        The ship’s two liberty boats were standing off waiting for us and we made it back aboard safe and sound.

        For that brief encounter with the grim reaper the Navy awarded us veterans’ status and promised that the VA would always “be there” if we needed meds.

        What liars they were!

        What liars they still are.

        • Sorry Mike, no I don’t post with my real name and actually I am part Russian. The part Russian? The R part, the P part and the G part. I guess the pieces will fall to the bottom of the ash heap after I’m cremated.

          How do we know the name you use is your real one? there was another poster on a similar site named Michael, he used the initials NH before he was outed as a troll. Not saying you are the same guy but deflecting the issue is what a troll would do.

          Check back with the VA if you really are concerned. They do recognize Navy Veterans who were onshore and most recently offshore for Agent Orange exposure.

          • Okay, me i apologize for the acerbic comment .

            As to the VA, it’s been years since my last crawl to them for help, when they only took advantage of an opportunity to steal funds that should have gone to my treatment.

            . . . I got ‘treated,’ alright.

            And, you’re right about names.

            But i’m using my real name here and let me assure you that whoever the other ‘Mike’ was, it wasn’t me.

            Agent Orange: Never having served as a combat vet it was my good fortune to never come into contact with paraquat.

            On Russian: My daddy spoke Russian fluently, since his mother (who died in 1908) was from Ukraine, which, under Tsarist rule was then a Russian territory.

            As was Crimea.

            My respect for Russia and its people goes deep.

            . . . Never held an RPG; i’m such a geeze now that if the Amerikains invade my only recourse will be to stand and deliver.

            Too damned old to run, lol.

  • Your country has legalized torture by changing the legal definition of the word to “enhanced interrogation”. It has legalized kidnapping by eliminating habeas corpus, it has legalized highway robbery by re-branding it as ‘civil asset forfeitures’, it has legalized a de facto police state by invariably failing to prosecute egregious cases of law enforcement abuse against innocent citizens, it has legalized massive spying on the general population on a level never previously seen before in human history, it runs a secret system of parallel courts (FISA courts) that use secret interpretations of law in order to issue secret warrants that no one will ever know about thanks to secret gag orders and it operates a world-wide web of state-run clandestine torture centers ..yet you Americunt asswipes worry about privacy in Venezuela?

    Porque no se van un poquito a la remil reputa madre que los pario? HAGA PATRIA, MATE UN YANQUI!!!

    • Mira ñángara de porquería,anda con tus idioteces antiyanqui a otro lado, los amigos de USA han probado ser mucho más solidarios y han brindado más asistencia que cualquiera que sea tu país de origen.

      Lárgate de este website pues no tienes nada que hacer aquí.

      Darn commie (the spanish word I used is way more despective than this) go with your stupidities antiyankee to somewhere else, friends from the USA have proven much more solidarity and have sent more assistance than any country you could come from.

      Get the h out of this website, you have nothing to do here.

  • You don’t need to be chipped. Being scanned issues you your new name- your man’s number. Allowing yourself to be named was a big deal to the Jewish culture of the day. Very soon your unique number will be required to buy products or sell your labor. Much like the specifications for the “Real-ID Act” include the provision to store a scan of your retina- the same word used for “forehead” in Greek.

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