Pledge your support to resist National ID cards

Not too keen on the idea of universal ID cards? Not really sure what you can do about it? The answer, as always, is civil disobedience.

A new website, has set up an online pledging system, allowing people to find support for causes they believe in. And some intelligent young chap has agreed that if 9,999 other people will do the same, he will refuse to sign up for a national ID card.

So if you feel the same and are willing follow his example, sign up [url=]here[/url].

nb1: They’re also asking for a tenner per signee (to be paid at a later date) to be held in a trust for, quote: “use in defending those individuals who are prosecuted for resisting registration.”

nb2: I am in no way associated with the Phil Booth, NO2ID or pledgebank. But i did sign up.

nb3: These acts may well be illegal. I cannot verify their legal status, nor do I condone or encourage illegal acts, etc.

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2 Responses to Pledge your support to resist National ID cards

  1. Anonymous says:

    hmmm i don’t see how it can be illegal to declare an intention to break a law which hasn’t yet been passed.

    any ideas?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was thinking more aiding and abetting others in that if ID cards do get passed and they dont register based on my advice. I dont want anyone signing up and not realising what they are getting in to.

    Its going to be compulsary to sign up for the fucking things. Its not like they’d go to all this hassle just to let us opt out.

    And its not the pledging that im worried about being tried for, its more that when I honour the pledge i might be the unlucky pleb they pick as a test case. Still, ive never been to court before. I imagine id look rather good in a suit.

    This is a really important issue. Please consider signing up.

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