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DHS Implementing No Work List: Citizens Must Get Government Approval to Work in Private Sector Jobs

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You've heard of no fly and no buy lists -- get ready for no work lists. Millions of workers now must apply to the DHS and prove they are not terrorists in order to be granted permission by the government to work.

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Comment by Ross Wolf
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Are You A Security Risk?

 

 

The TWIC government website for issuing Work Cards states, that job applicants deemed a “Security Risk” (convicted of specified crimes listed by HLS), will not be issued a TWIC Card to work at certain private sector jobs/and current employees denied TWIC Cards can be fired. The TWIC site states, HLS will inform rejected job applicants and fired employees the reason Homeland Security would not issue them a TWIC work Card; rejected job applicants and fired employees may appeal.

 

 

But realistically does HLS have to respond or fully provide a job applicant or fired employee the reason they were denied a TWIC work Card? HLS can refuse to respond or not fully on the basis that doing so could threaten National Security or compromise an ongoing investigation.

 

 

 

Other countries to protect national security, to safeguard ports, trains and airways, have created agencies similar to TWIC, but moved forward to crush civil liberties. In the beginning e.g. the German Reich Government without public oversight, barred Germans holding certain private sector jobs that were threats to national Security, but soon prevented lawful Germans getting work that spoke out or protested against the Nazi government. Could TWIC be similarly abused? Consider that TSA has put a large number of lawful Americans on “No Fly Lists.” Many that made requests to government to learn why they are on the “No Fly List”, have not been provided an explanation by HLS/TSA. TSA is now in the process of labeling lawful Americans as extremists that publicly oppose TSA mandated X-ray scans and invasive body-pat-downs at airports. So is it problematic Americans denied TWIC work cards might be treated similarly when requesting to know why they were denied a work card?

 

 

 

Who is a security risk? Currently HLS utilizes over 90 national FUSION CENTERS that obtain and store information on ordinary Americans. Fusion Centers nationally share information with law enforcement agencies that among other sources, receive information from informants. Could erroneous information provided by snitches to local police/HLS be used by HLS not to issue a TWIC work card to Citizens never charged or convicted of a crime? Under such circumstances how would Americans denied the right to work rebuke the allegations of an informant?

 

 

Visit TWIC Website: http://www.tsa.gov/what_we_do/layers/twic/twic_faqs.shtm#denied_twic

 

Comment by Rocky Frisco
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"Mark of the Beast?"

Comment by Olde Reb
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 And of course, if you are a "domestic terrorist" who might advocate restrictions on government controls or programs, such as opposition to national health, perpetual war, reduced taxation, fiat money, etc., you will be denied a work visa.  Sounds like 1930's Germany.


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