More on the chips

[left]Implanting Citizens With Verichips – The Taking of Free Will[/left]

Nancy Levant | April 26 2005

In October, 2004, the FDA approved an implantable microchip for use in humans. A tiny subcutaneous RFID tag, now made by several American companies like Applied Digital Solutions, VeriChip, and Digital Angel are mass-producing RFID chips and stocking chip warehouses and implantation centers. Upper level governmental officials are getting “chipped” to demonstrate public acceptance of the technology, and they are very quick to highlight the humanitarian uses of tracking devices in humans.

Children and pets should be chipped in case they get lost. Chipping children will help to locate kidnapped kids. Chipping senior citizens gives hospitals immediate access to their medical records. Many millionaires and their children are chipping themselves for security reasons. Large herds of cattle and sheep are implanted to assist ranchers and farmers with efficient tracking. Security, medical and emergency applications seem to be call of the corporations and their government backers when it comes to the new branding technologies, but for American citizens it is, first and foremost, an outrage, unthinkable, immoral, and for many it is demonic.

RFID technology is everywhere. It’s in the cars that we drive, in the products sold at Wal-Mart, in our cell phones, and in many other applications, but the Digital Angel Chip takes implementation technology to a whole new level of abuse. Digital Angel combined advanced biosensor technology and Web-enabled wireless telecommunications that are linked to Global Positioning Systems. The chip, utilizing advanced biosensor capabilities, can monitor body functions and transmit that data anywhere in the world while giving out accurate location information to a ground station or monitoring facility. If that is not the death of privacy, what is? If corporations can monitor our body functions and our locations, twenty-four hours a day and year after year, then what is privacy?

Now let’s add to the Verichips the other biometric technologies which identify humans by unique biological or physical characteristics, such as fingerprints, voiceprints, retina characteristics, and face recognition points - all this multi-billion dollar technology to safeguard millionaires, to track lost children and pets, to track child molesters, and to help seniors? If you believe that, then I’ve got some wetland to sell you in a Biosphere Reserve…

Always remember this – RFID technology was created and tested prior to 9-11, and 9-11 has been the primary excuse for human tracking. And laughingly, so has illegal immigration, which clearly is not illegal as our borders are to remain open.

It is time for all American citizens to stop with the naivety. It is time to recognize a government that is deviously linked to and in bed with corporations who intend to rule over all human beings. And please remember that social security cards were never meant to be mandatory. Nor were driver’s licenses or bankcards, but try getting by one day without them. Banking is slated to become a totally RFID operation with chips implanted into the hands of those with bank accounts. Try getting by without a bank account when you send your bill payments to account centers across the country. And also keep in mind that the U.S. postal service is also in the process of RFID Smart-Mail tracking.

The writing is on the wall – again – and the writing clearly states that our government does not serve the well being of its citizens, but rather the intentions of corporations, databases, and law enforcement. Equally, our schools have partnered with RFID corporations as many school children now wear mandatory RFID tags in schools. Remember that schools are government institutions, so requiring students to wear tracking devices is a governmental mandate. Will this technology be mandated for right our right to drive? For our right to buy and sell? For our right to receive medical treatment? For our right to travel? For our Right to buy gasoline? Take a wild guess.

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And gun owners – heads up! On April 13, 2004, Applied Digital Solutions announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, VeriChip Corporation, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with FN Manufacturing, a leading gun manufacturer, to develop a first in the world of firearms. Their objective is an integrated” User Authorization System” for firearms using VeriChip RFID technology. You shall be chipped in order to keep and bear. You had to know that was coming considering the 30-year, non-stop efforts to deny you of your 2nd Amendment rights. (A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.)

Little known is also the global aspect of RFID chipping technology and efforts. Mexico is on a mission to chip all children due to a high rate of kidnappings. Subdermal personal verification technology is being used in Russia, Switzerland, China, Ecuador, Italy, Spain, Argentine, Canada, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, Germany, England, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Africa, South Korea, on and on and on.

RFID and chipping industries include banks, gas stations, hospitals, social security numbers and drivers’ licenses, passports, schools, military including our soldiers and our enemies, automobiles, telephones and cell phones, televisions, computer systems, prisons, schools, pre-schools, government, all work places and corporations, bars, restaurants, country clubs and other private clubs – or, in other words, it’s everywhere, but like all the other global infrastructures that were slid beneath us by our government and its corporations, RFID technology and human chipping is mostly blacked-out via media so that we do not know their truth and the horrible extent of that truth.

I beg of you, my dear American people, do not spend one more day ignoring what you know to be true. America is being conquered from within, as so many have said would, in fact, occur. Can you not see that there is a mad rush to implement the final structures necessary to recreate America, our beliefs and values, our Constitutional Rights, and to take every ounce of our privacy? Connect all the dots you see in America – all the changes and daily dismissal of our voting rights under Memorandums of Understanding, NGOs, stakeholding groups, councils, and other consensus operations.

Besides our lives, perhaps the most important gift from our Maker is the gift of free will, for without it we are unable to pass life’s tests. Without free will, we are nothing more than robotic creatures that must respond as mandated by enslavers and their technologies. If we become implanted people, we are enslaved people – mind, body, and soul. You cannot take free will from people and call it progress, science, or protection. You can only call it anti-God, which is, of course, the ultimate goal.

Another small piece of news:

engadget.com/entry/1234000123041269/

See:eek: I started a thread on the news about this mess! Some people feel it is an over reaction:eek: It is evil,is what it is!There are warehouses of them:eek: http://bestsmileys.com/dead/7.gifIt is evil,they can call it sugar and spice all they wanthttp://bestsmileys.com/scared/8.gifI don’t buy it!

A friend who is a nurse pointed out to me just today, that there is a move to “chip” elderly people. So “if they wander out of the nursing home, they can be found”.(w/GPS).
She said, yeah, that’s what they** say,** but what is to stop them from using them to decide who to “put down”? What if they decide they don’t need nurses, just somebody to go round up the old folks, now & again??
There are all kinds of scenarios, & they are all very dark, very scary, & yes, Lisa is right, evil!!

One point: If one of the supposed “reasons” is to keep kids from being abducted, wouldn’t the bad guy just cut out the part of the body of the child that had been chipped to avoid detection? It seems to me that this would eventually (if it becomes more the norm) cause more harm to children as they would be mutilated first

[quote=Siena]One point: If one of the supposed “reasons” is to keep kids from being abducted, wouldn’t the bad guy just cut out the part of the body of the child that had been chipped to avoid detection? It seems to me that this would eventually (if it becomes more the norm) cause more harm to children as they would be mutilated first
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Good point! Scary thought, but good point!
I tell you, I don’t care if people think I am some fundie religious zealot. I will not let them implant microchips in my family. Looks like there will be nowhere to hide. :frowning: The cloud of uncertainty about this technology is so thick you can alomost grab it. Very disconcerting. :frowning:

Wouldn’t China (and other countries perhaps) love this in order to track “unallowed” pregnancies? China already forces abortions when women don’t have government approval to be pregnant.

[quote=wisdom 3:5]Wouldn’t China (and other countries perhaps) love this in order to track “unallowed” pregnancies? China already forces abortions when women don’t have government approval to be pregnant.
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Interestingly enough their military already has these chips in their hand:eek:

The writing is on the wall – again – and the writing clearly states that our government does not serve the well being of its citizens, but rather the intentions of corporations, databases, and law enforcement. Equally, our schools have partnered with RFID corporations as many school children now wear mandatory RFID tags in schools. Remember that schools are government institutions, so requiring students to wear tracking devices is a governmental mandate. Will this technology be mandated for right our right to drive? For our right to buy and sell? For our right to receive medical treatment? For our right to travel? For our Right to buy gasoline? Take a wild guess.

Goes to show you, how people are being led by sinful leaders. A lot of people, I fear a huge, huge number will go to hell. Very few, I mean, very few will enter heaven.

[quote=Siena]One point: If one of the supposed “reasons” is to keep kids from being abducted, wouldn’t the bad guy just cut out the part of the body of the child that had been chipped to avoid detection? It seems to me that this would eventually (if it becomes more the norm) cause more harm to children as they would be mutilated first
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How about we turn this around and have the sexual predators (or anyone out on parole) be given the chip instead of law abiding citizens. I know a friend of mine who is looking into this for her kids and I told her she was crazy:whacky: .

[quote=CinciMom] I know a friend of mine who is looking into this for her kids and I told her she was crazy:whacky: .
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Whoa now! Do you mean to say that they are already marketing these things to parents? :eek:
Gifted for it or not, I just might end up homeschooling my kids! :confused:

[quote=legeorge]Whoa now! Do you mean to say that they are already marketing these things to parents? :eek:
Gifted for it or not, I just might end up homeschooling my kids! :confused:
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I do not think they have marketed this to parents as of yet. I know that this has been discussed quite a bit on radio and she is an internet buff so I think she was doing research for herself and if and when it becomes available to the general public, she will sign up for it. When I heard it come out of her mouth, I literally told her that I thought she was nuts. I do not think she liked it, but I pointed out that good citizens and victims should not give up their rights because of these thugs and I do not buy anything that comes out of the mouths that promote this chip.

You have a good point about homeschooling. I am seriously considering it. I am not happy with what is being taught in the public schools. Our children are ages 4 and 2 now. I know I that I may have to school my daughter for her second year of pre-school and we will see how that goes.

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[quote=bones_IV] Goes to show you, how people are being led by sinful leaders. A lot of people, I fear a huge, huge number will go to hell. Very few, I mean, very few will enter heaven.
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Is this an official prediction? :rolleyes:

How do we know that this technology won’t be tied into the so called cashless society of the future?

We have come to accept credit and debit cards which “track” our purchases by store, date and time. Have you noticed that grocery stores who have a discount “card” actually track the items you buy? I realized this when the automatic coupons that print out at the time I check out are for items that I have previously purchased or similar items from another brand. This may not seem like a big deal but we may be slowly inching toward acceptance of allowing ourselves (our physical selves) to be tracked. :eek:

[quote=wabrams]Is this an official prediction? :rolleyes:
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The church fathers say more people end up in hell then in heaven.

Actually those coupons that print out are usually in relation to something you purchased that day. At least that is the way it works where I shop.

Needless to say, this idea of “chipping” ourselves is very scary. Don’t like the idea and would be the first one to deny getting one and convincing my family the same. We are tracked enough by other means right now so I don’t think it is appropriate to have this kind of tracking. (someone on said on the other discussion about this that we are like the proverbial frog in the tepid water that is slowly being heated up, we don’t notice it is getting hot so we don’t jump out).

Brenda V.

[quote=legeorge]Whoa now! Do you mean to say that they are already marketing these things to parents? :eek:
Gifted for it or not, I just might end up homeschooling my kids! :confused:
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Now I’m confused. How is homeschooling is a solution to this? If you need to protect your kids from a product marketed to and purchased by parents, it might be better to send the kids away from home.

[quote=Brenda V.]Actually those coupons that print out are usually in relation to something you purchased that day. At least that is the way it works where I shop.

…someone said on the other discussion about this that we are like the proverbial frog in the tepid water that is slowly being heated up, we don’t notice it is getting hot so we don’t jump out).

Brenda V.
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Re: the grocery printout coupons…I notice that coupons print out for items that I purchased several weeks before as well as some I purchased that day. That’s why I have become suspicious. I’m sure the grocery store can track everyone’s buying habits. That may seem innocent enough (I have nothing to hide about my grocery purchases) but I think as you mention in the proverbial frog analogy, if we accept being tracked in small things, we will soon desensitize to being tracked and monitored in more important areas of our lives. We just might someday be convinced of how useful the implanted “chip” is! :eek:

[quote=Blanka]Re: the grocery printout coupons…I notice that coupons print out for items that I purchased several weeks before as well as some I purchased that day. That’s why I have become suspicious. I’m sure the grocery store can track everyone’s buying habits. That may seem innocent enough (I have nothing to hide about my grocery purchases) but I think as you mention in the proverbial frog analogy, if we accept being tracked in small things, we will soon desensitize to being tracked and monitored in more important areas of our lives. We just might someday be convinced of how useful the implanted “chip” is! :eek:
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Oh no you won’t because I will cry out and irritate you on this forum so you will not forget how diabolical the whole concept is:eek:

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