The Government Has An Appetite For Your Blood
State finds yet another way to jab Americans with needles in pursuit of monolithic DNA database
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, October 4, 2010
The government has discovered a new way to obtain Americans’ blood in pursuit of an effort to surreptitiously build a huge national DNA database, by taking blood samples for HIV testing when drivers renew their license at the DMV.
“Starting Tuesday, getting tested for HIV in the District will be as easy as renewing a driver’s license,” reports the Washington Post.
“In what District officials say is the first effort of its kind in the nation, the city will partner with a nonprofit group to offer free HIV testing at the Department of Motor of Vehicles office in Penn Branch in Southeast Washington. Participants will receive up to $15 to help defray their DMV costs.”
The new program is of course voluntary, but as Alex Jones exposed over a decade ago, the eventual plan, under a 1992 executive order signed by Bill Clinton, is to institute mandatory blood and urine testing at the DMV.