Tightening Down the Screws of Control: Shipping & Receiving

As reported at Educate-Yourself:

Napolitano Halts Shipment of Packages from Japan as Prelude to Civilian ‘Shipper’ ID Lockdown

by Ken Adachi

For TV entertainment, we normally watch video tapes of Japanese TV sent to us by my wife’s relatives living in Japan. We were just notified today from the relative in Japan who sends the box with the tapes that he couldn’t send the box to the USA, but the Japanese postal clerk didn’t know why when asked for the reason.

We then took a look at Japanese postal web sites to try to find out what’s going on and discovered that Janet Napolitano, loyal minion of the NWO takeover agenda and obedient lapdog to the Indonesian Usurper in the White House, had set up new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) shipping restrictions on November 17, 2010 that blocks the shipping of any NON COMMERCIAL parcel into the United States that weighs more than 0.9 pounds (under 16 ounces) without first supplying the Social Security number (or taxpayer ID number) of the RECIPIENT of the package (and it’s likely that the new DHS shipping restriction will soon also apply to detailed ID requirements on the part of the person sending the package as well).

I had predicted this scenario would soon unfold in a brief commentary I penned on November 10, 2010 as a prelude commentary to a November 9, 2010 article written by Maidhc Ó Cathail titled The Parcel Bomb Plot – Al-Qaedas Gift to Israel by Maidhc Ó Cathail (Nov. 10, 2010) , I suggested in the last paragraph of my commentary:

“This article posted at Yahoo News gives you the cover story that you are expected to swallow and following this and similar expressions of media Reaction, the Usurper’s administration will soon announce the Solution to prevent the self-announced Al-CIAda terrorists from sending any more printer cartridge “bombs” to any synagogue in America. Undoubtedly, the new Solution will require that anyone who wants to ship anything must first establish his identity to the Nth degree with the shipper, whether post office or Fed Ex. etc. This will naturally require many IDs to be shown, forms to be filled out, and probably bio-metric ID tagging-just to play it “safe”. You will likely then be issued a smart card of some sort that will “allow” you to ship things. No smart card? No shipping “privileges” is my guesstimate…Ken Adachi”

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Story confirmed at the Japan Times:

453-gram Limit on US-Bound Mail

Japan Post Services Co. said it will stop accepting airmail packages bound for the United States weighing 453 grams (1 pound) or more starting Wednesday because airlines will stop such delivery at the request of U.S. aviation authorities as part of anti-terrorism

The postal services arm of Japan Post Holdings Co. handles 16 million letters and packages by air and sea to the U.S. annually, and “15 percent of that will be affected,” a Japan Post spokesman said. That means about 200,000 packages a month will be affected.

The company said it will accept packages from senders that use a service enabling them to pay after delivery instead of beforehand, a service designated for regular customers, even if a package weighs 453 grams or more. The company will notify the public of any changes in the situation, the spokesman said.

The Transportation Security Administration of the U.S. has informed air carriers of the 453-gram rule, and carriers notified Japan Post Services, the spokesman said. The rule applies not only to packages from Japan but from other countries.

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