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Proof of Identity for TaxPayer Funded Services - NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD

The ABC news reported, 47% skilled migrants and 40% of students from India arrive in Australia on false passports.

Until we take control of our borders, we will be taken for a soft touch by those who will use and abuse our system however it may suit them.

These people coming to Australia are coming to stay and hopefully get lost in the system, otherwise they would not arrive illegally. They would only have enough money for an interim period of time, but not for the long term. The only way they would be able to survive would be to use family and friends to assist them. This may be by way of housing and by providing them with their Medicare cards to visit the doctor or hospital, giving them information to collect welfare from Centrelink or provide them with employment in a friend or family business.

In Thailand false identification can be purchased off the streets in market stalls, at a price. Australians driver’s licenses, Medicare cards, Qantas security passes, truck drivers licences, nurses qualifications and degrees to name some. Whatever identification you want, can be purchased. It is also possible to purchase an Australian passport.

Australians have always been very protective of their identity and concerned about big brother watching. Now is the time for us to consider introducing secure identification that cannot be stolen by others to defraud our welfare, medical, schools, pharmaceutical benefits and any other taxpayer funded service.

Chile as an example has the persons finger print on their passport and drivers licence. All new borns in Chile are fingerprinted at birth. This is a system that cannot be rorted and abused by non-Chilean citizens.

Australia must consider introducing the same form of identification to protect our borders with those entering illegally under false passports and our tax dollars from those who would abuse our system.

In 1996-97 the health budget for the Commonwealth was approx. $36 billion. At that time our population was approx. 18,500,000. In 2013-14 the health budget for the Commonwealth is approx. $65 Billion. Our population now 24,000,000. The budget has almost doubled but the population has not. 

Also our welfare system is also being abused with people claiming under false identities and aliases. If we are to have the finances to care for our aged, sick and homeless, provide education and infrastructure, then we have to take control. Australians are one of the highest taxed countries in the world. Too many Australians are struggling to pay their bills with many waiting for housing or assistance that our governments are finding hard to provide.


This is not an invasion of privacy, it is a matter of national security. These days, there are all manner of information with regards to all of us, stored around the nation. This is ensuring that people no longer have the ability to defraud our system.

For anyone who does have a problem with holding a card, then they have the right to forego having one and pay full price for all taxpayer funded services.



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