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matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 01:21 PM
The implantable Microchip (9mins 20s)

IBM, Verichip, and the Fouth Reich (8mins 29s)

Operation Lie and Deceive Verichip Style (8mins 1s)

Mind Control Microchip Verichip Welcome to the Machines (6mins 40s)

The Biochip (9mins 14s)


BBC Money Programme: The Real Big Brother

BBC Microchip pt.1 (9mins 58s)

BBC Microchip pt.2 (9mins 58s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dx1HKcTD7A...related&search=)

BBC Microchip pt.3 (9mins 4s)

(Youtube videos can be downloaded as FLV files - save with .flv at the end of the file name - from http://keepvid.com/)


Freedom to Fascism the Microchip (9mins 38s)

MicroChip ID - National Geografic Channel ® Pt.1 (5mins 25s)

MIcroChip ID - National Geografic Channel ® Pt.2 (2mins 37s)

MIcrochipping the Troops!! ® (2mins 28s) (http://youtube.com/watch?v=qYUlCKFHeAQ)


Predictive (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.org/audio/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PredictiveProgramming_Nov232006.mp 3) programming (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/audio/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PredictiveProgramming_Nov242006.mp 3) (transcript 1 (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PredictiveProgramming_PART1_Nov232 006.html) and 2 (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PredictiveProgramming_PART2_Nov242 006.html)) and propaganda from PBS:

PBS documentary: 22nd Century - World Wide Mind (56mins) (http://www.pbs.org/22ndcentury/)

Also available on youtube:
1 of 6
2 of 6
3 of 6
4 of 6
5 of 6
6 of 6


Aaron Russo discusses the long-term global agenda (revealed to him by Nick Rockefeller) including plans to microchip the population (1hr 9mins) (http://video.google.co.uk/url?docid=3218585954111617501&esrc=sr2&ev=v&q=aaron%2Brusso&srcurl=http%3A%2F%2Fvideo.google.co.uk%2Fvideoplay %3Fdocid%3D3218585954111617501&vidurl=%2Fvideoplay%3Fdocid%3D3218585954111617501% 26q%3Daaron%2Brusso%26total%3D361%26start%3D0%26nu m%3D10%26so%3D0%26type%3Dsearch%26plindex%3D1&usg=AL29H21ZB2rl2gUVEpAM67hleI1ZJxuJTw)

Shorter 15-minute version (http://video.google.co.uk/url?docid=1263677258215075609&esrc=sr4&ev=v&q=aaron%2Brusso&srcurl=http%3A%2F%2Fvideo.google.co.uk%2Fvideoplay %3Fdocid%3D1263677258215075609&vidurl=%2Fvideoplay%3Fdocid%3D1263677258215075609% 26q%3Daaron%2Brusso%26total%3D414%26start%3D0%26nu m%3D10%26so%3D0%26type%3Dsearch%26plindex%3D3&usg=AL29H202qZ0qMjhCn8Q43ywBYfY7OXALjw)
Aaron Russo has sadly passed away. Rest in Peace.


MKULTRA Military Intelligence (#13) (9mins 32s) (http://youtube.com/watch?v=b2ecI3ErhY8)

Series on MKULTRA, microwave weapons development, military intelligence and assasination of ploitical dissidents. The Eugenics movement, human radiation testing, and MKULTRA are established facts. The videos that follow detail how scientists, members of the intelligence community, and extreme right wing segments of society are using political dissidents (US citizens) in terminal experiments to perfect the latest in radio frequency and microwave weapons. Personalities include Gen. Michael Aquino, Col. Paul Vallely, and Col. J.B. Alexander, all alumni of the Phoenix Program that targeted 20,000 Vietnamese civilians for assassination.
The books are free at myspace.com/marsboy683 (blog)
Buy the books/DVDs at customflix, amazon, theconnextion, lulu.com See the links at MonarchNewPhoenix.org /com
(Implanted brain chips discussed at the end.)

MKULTRA Scientists (#14) (7mins 50s)

fourth in a series on microwave weapons, mind control, and assasination of political dissidents.
Eugenics, radiation experiments and MKULTRA are historical facts. The following videos detail current human experimentation on US citizens considered to be security risks by extreme right wing elements in the scientific, and intelligence communities, torturing hundreds of people in order to perfect the 50 year quest for control of human beings using speed of light weapons and MKULTRA methodology.


More at Verichip's Website (http://www.verichipcorp.com/content/media/audio_video), including CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight (3mins 13s) (http://www.verichipcorp.com/images/CNN_LouDobbs_021406.wmv)


Phew, that felt like work.

Got any more?

montag
27-08-2007, 01:38 PM
Good work MC, this is a great resource.. I'll make it a sticky.

deca
27-08-2007, 01:40 PM
Here is a list of Mind control and Electronic harassments that we are building up

on Federation Against Mind Control Europe

VIDEOS VIDEOS no talk just VIDEOS
http://www.fedame.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=163

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 04:11 PM
Tommy Thompson taking the Verichip (6mins 34s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HiLixwNkur8&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fforum%2Emyspace%2Ecom%2Findex%2E cfm%3Ffuseaction%3Dmessageboard%2EviewThread%26gro upID%3D0%26page%3D1%26EntryID%3D2260178%26Categ)
(Months later, Thompson had still not accepted a microchip implant (http://www.rense.com/general69/tommy.htm).)

Verichip (4mins 31s)

Verichip. Welcome to the future (3mins 41s)

RFID Implant - Fox News - Mikey Sklar (3mins 38s)

VeriChip - Personal identification microchip (3mins 29s)

Introduction Of The Microchip - ABC News (2mins 21s)

Verichip Trying to Microchip U.S. Troops (2mins 14s)

Bio-chips for workers at airports (1min 54s)

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Questioned on Implantable Chip During Confirmation Hearing (21s)

MP3 FORMAT (longer clip) (http://prisonplanet.com/audio/120905chip.mp3)

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 04:44 PM
There's 3 interviews here too (including a two-parter, so 4 mp3s) that might as well be posted in this thread rather than making a new one, unless anyone has some more and wants to start a new thread for relevant audio files.

Jeff Rense talks to Katherine Albrecht - www.SpyChips.com (http://www.spychips.com)
Update 13/3/07 (MP3)

Hour 1 (http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense/http/MP3Download/Mar2007/hhk853/rense_031307_hr1.mp3)

Hour 2 (http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense/http/MP3Download/Mar2007/hhk853/rense_031307_hr2.mp3)

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Microchip insider Carl Sanders speaks out - Greg Szymanski interview (http://www.freewebs.com/open-your-eyes-archives/Carl%2DSanders%2DMicrochipping%2DSzymanskiGCN%2DOc tober%2D31%2D2006.mp3)
(Right click and download first.)

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http://www.prisonplanet.tv/audio/130505forcedchipping.htm

Chief Of Police Who Received Verichip Advocates Forced Government Chipping To Buy And Sell

The Bergen County, New Jersey Chief of Police Jack Schmidig barked, "do I trust the government? I am the government!" as he advocated mandatory government implant chipping by law to buy and sell. Schmidig made nationwide headlines when he personally got chipped last month.

Related: Bergen County Chief Of Police Gets VeriChip (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/april2005/230405chiefofpolice.htm)

Problems listening to the audio? Play the audio directly in Real Player or download the video using the following link -

http://www.prisonplanet.tv/audio/130505schmidig.mp3

Transcript

Interview of Jack Schmidig, Police Chief of Bergen County, New Jersey
Alex Jones Radio Show
May 12, 2005

AJ: It’s exciting to get this guest on. This is an interesting story. It’s covered by Business Wire, Associated Press, you name it. Back on April 22nd, Bergen County Chief of Police, they have a chief of police for the county, Jack Schmidig leads regional rollout of VeriChip by receiving a VeriChip. Now remember last year, the Mexican attorney general told 160 plus of his employees, or even more, they had to take this microchip to get into secure areas. The Chief is not making his employees take it. Though I guess he might be recommending it. But joining us to talk about this important issue is Chief Jack Schmidig. Chief, good to have you on with us.

JS: Thank you.

AJ: Tell us how this happened, why you got the idea? What you’ve done? You’ve got the chip. Tell us about it.

JS: It started with a dear friend of mine, Mr. Nicholas Minicucci, who is the founder of the Molly Foundation. It's a foundation for diabetes research. His daughter Molly has had the disease for twenty years. And I’m a member of the board of trustees on the Molly Foundation. He, Mr. Minicucci, came up with the idea, through the VeriChip company, of implanting a chip in your - mine is in my arm – I don’t know if it can be located anywhere else. But it is readily available to obtain your medical information. When you have the chip implanted, they ask you a series of questions. Are you allergic to anything? Next of kin? Who you want to have this information? All kinds of series of questions. And by scanning the chip in my arm, they have immediate access to my medical history.

AJ: When were you implanted?

JS: April 12th

AJ: And it got a lot of attention. Are you aware of what the Mexican attorney general did?

JS: No, not at all.

AJ: Yeah, it’s getting big in a – also I’ve heard from Special Forces that some of them have been getting the chip.

JS: I can tell you as maybe a sidelight to this that my German shepherd had a chip implanted for identification. Mine isn’t for identification. It’s not like a tracking device that emits a – you know a transponder that’s going to follow you around. The protocol here in New Jersey will be, if you’re admitted to a hospital, if for some reason you’re incapacitated and can’t provide that information, they can scan that chip in your arm and through the computer access your medical history. So they potentially can find out what’s wrong with you.

AJ: Well, Applied Digital has now bought software in a company dealing with cell towers. And they are saying that with a bigger chip, they are going to be able, since you brought that up, with RFID (radio frequency identification devices) to use it as a tracking system. Were you aware of that?

JS: No, but how big must that chip be to follow you around or have RF signals emanating from your body?

AJ: [crosstalk] scan it and get the data number and then check it in the databases. They are saying, right now, one about an inch long and about a quarter of an inch wide or even smaller, will be able to work up to a couple of hundred feet.

JS: Wow. Well, the chip I have in my arm is about the size of a grain of rice.

AJ: I’ve seen the current version. We’ve interviewed the scientist that invented it. We’ve interviewed the CEO a few years ago. We’ve interviewed the Tipson family, you know the family that a – the Jacobsons, I believe, that got the chip. But what did the other, the officers under your command think about this?

JS: To be honest with you, I don’t think it’s gotten the recognition that it should have. I think it’s an exceptional idea and I know of one other officer who had the chip implanted and my secretary, who’s hypoglycemic. This initially started here as a result of the diabetes research and the Molly Foundation. She’s made an appointment to have the chip implanted also.

AJ: Well, they’ve got the chip mobiles. You’ve seen those?

JS: No, this is – we’re in the very early stages of it here in New Jersey. I don’t know of any other venue that is providing or …

AJ: VeriChip has these chip mobiles that go around chipping. They have Mr. Chip. You haven’t heard about that?

JS: No

AJ: Yeah, they gave the readers to some hospitals in Florida but only a few. Have they given readers to the hospitals in New Jersey?

JS: There is only one hospital in the state and that’s the North County doing it right now.

AJ: Interesting. Well did you hear about in Miami and also in Spain and now Germany and England and other areas that the chip, the same chip to get into the VIP area?

JS: No, they scan your arm to get into selected areas? It may potentially down the line, I can see limited access events like maybe an inauguration ball or something like that for the president where you might need one of these to get in. But I think we are way ahead of ourselves.

AJ: Were you approached by VeriChip to do this? Or did you and your friend just spontaneously want to get a chip?

JS: I wanted it and while I’m on the board of trustees for that foundation, the information was brought to a trustee meeting. And I thought it was an exceptional idea and I said put me in. And, like I said, I had the chip implanted the 12th of April. And there’s no residual affects.

AJ: So are you waiting then for the readers to get into the local hospitals. Because what use will it be if they’re not in the local hospitals?

JS: That’s true. It’s going to take some time. But I’m on the cutting edge.

AJ: Is your foundation lobbying the hospital?

JS: Yes. All hospitals.

AJ: You know we found a lot of the people like the Jacobsons and others and some of the hospitals that accepted the chip readers in the Miami and Palm Beach area actually had employees there that were investors or even part of Applied Digital and that’s why they were doing this. Are you an investor in Applied Digital?

JS: Not at all. I have no stock in this at all.

AJ: What about – I’m just curious – what about the individual that’s on the foundation with you?

JS: The president of the foundation, Mr. Minicucci?

AJ: Yes

JS: I don’t believe he’s a stock holder either.

AJ: So basically somebody just approached the foundation and you guys said hey this is a good medical bracelet basically implanted.

JS: Absolutely, that was my logic behind getting mine.

AJ: Well, look chief, I’m going to be honest with you on my views of this.

JS: Sure

AJ: You know the road to hell is paved with good intentions. To people like you, this sounds good. Hey, you can lose a medical alert bracelet. Who wants a tattoo with all your data on it? This sounds good – or for people with Altzheimers or now the California Bureau of Prisons signed a contract – Reuters reported it but then it got dropped under public scrutiny – to implant prisoners, maximum security prisoners. That was two years ago. That got cancelled. There is all these arguments for it but when you go on down the road, it sounds like Revelations. I mean people getting the microchip. Applied Digital says – I have had Applied Digital executives on and they say yes, you will have this for buying and selling. And everyone in the future will take the chip. I mean they said it. I’ve got the transcripts on my website.

JS: Well right now, I think that is a matter of opinion. I don’t believe it’s Big Brother watching me.

AJ: But I’m talking about the company itself. I mean you can type in Applied Digital and it says it will be used for tracking. It will be used for prisoners. Applied Digital will be used for cashless transactions. Type it into Goggle, Chief, and you’ll find it.

JS: I’m sure those potentials are there. My intention was to protect my life. Hopefully, if something happens to me where I’m incapacitated and I get taken to a hospital, I want the people to know that I’m not allergic to penicillin and my next of kin is my wife. Contact her immediately. Things like that. That’s what I was looking at.

AJ: If you were in a car wreck, wouldn’t they know all that from your car and your plates and your…

JS: Potentially, sure. But I think it’s a great back-up system. Another thing is what sold us on some of this was the, especially for the foundation, if a person goes into diabetic shock, sometimes it can look like they’re drunk and people don’t understand what potentials..

AJ: No, there have been a lot of cases of police thinking somebody is resisting when they are in shock – and then tasering them.

JS: All that stuff, so if you can get that scan, you know that this person has the propensity toward diabetes and it’s a problem [crosstalk]

AJ: I’m sure you’ve heard about the plan for national toll roads?

JS: Yes.

AJ: I mean that’s been in Time, Newsweek and USA Today. In Texas, it’s about to pass the legislature. Next year with our inspection stickers, we’ll all get tracker chips that are very small that are read by radio readers. We’re going to be taxed by the mile down the road. You see how this chipping of all products – RFID, the chipping of people. It is going to the extreme right away.

JS: In New Jersey, we have a system called Easy Pass and it gets you down the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway and as you pass through the toll booth, you have a reader in your car – a transponder in your car. And you get the bill on a monthly basis. And they can tell you – right now it’s almost 12:45 here – at 12:45, I passed through exit 159 on the Garden State Parkway. And that information comes to you.

AJ: Man, going across from New York to you guys, when I was there this summer, it was like 7 smackers.

JS: Yeah, and the Easy Pass works on the George Washington Bridge and when you come…

AJ: Why should we turn all our roads into this? Now it’s not going to be the size of a tiny matchbox, you know that you get at elegant martini bars…

JS: Right

AJ: about an inch and a-half long and a half-inch wide. Now it’s going to be a little bitty chip. Sir, that’s what I’m getting at.

JS: Well, I’ve got that little bitty chip. I guess I’m not, I don’t see the downside for me and those people who are looking at Big Brother. I don’t find that.

AJ: Well, that’s what I find. I want to shift gears – just because a listener emailed this to me this morning. This is not why I got you on the show but I find it incredibly intriguing. And again my friends, we are talking to the chief of police in the country of Bergen in New Jersey. And he’s taken the implantable microship. But I was sent this by several listeners. It’s still a hot topic. I have Fox news here in front of me. I have the New York Post and I have the Bergen Record. Bergen Record, the town you’re in.

“Five Men Detained as Suspected Conspirators,” by Paula Lima, staff writer. And in there, it’s got a quote from you. You got an alert to be on the look-out for a white Chevrolet van with New Jersey registration and writing on the side.

JS: Oh, that was during 9/11.

AJ: I know it, this is a totally separate issue. This is interesting. Suspicious Middle Easterners cheer terror attack from moving van. And then it turned out in Fox News that it was Israelis. What actually happened with that sir?

JS: We turned those people over to the FBI. They were thoroughly checked out and released. No charges were ever filed against those people.

AJ: Well, what about the witnesses that said they saw them jumping up and cheering and videotaping?

JS: That was the information reported to us. We couldn’t confirm through the witnesses – no one would identify themselves. They said that they saw this white van with several people applauding or cheering the attack on the Trade Center. And when we finally found the van, located the van, no one would step forward to verify that they were in fact celebrating.

AJ: Well, I’ve got Israeli national news here. It says “suspicious Middle Eastern movers were Israelis.” The box cutters, European passports and $4000 cash. Is that accurate?

JS: I’m not sure. I don’t remember all the details of that particular case. Like I said, when we first located the van, we notified the FBI and they came and scooped them up. Ask the guy in the New Jersey State police.

AJ: How did that happen? You pulled them over and what happened …?

JS: We had a ‘be on the look-out’ for a particular type of van. We notified patrol officers, found it, located it, we pulled them over, and we detained them. And then we notified the state police and the FBI who work in the joint terrorism task force.

AJ: Were you aware of the hundreds of Israeli art students that were really spies and they were (quote) following al Qaeda. This was even on Fox News and the Associated Press. And then they grabbed them and then they were ordered to release them to Israel. Did you hear about that?

JS: No

AJ: Did they have any video cameras on them. And then secondarily, how many days after 9/11 was this arrest?

JS: It was…I believe it occurred the night of 9/11. I’m not sure.

AJ: Did you find any video cameras on them?

JS: No. I don’t recall any video cameras on them but like I said, being in an administrative position, I don’t do the road work anymore and it gets passed down to my detective captain and, unfortunately, he’s not here today.

AJ: What’s his name?

JS: Capt. Kevin Hartnet.

AJ: Can I get Kevin Hartnet on about that?

JS: If he’s willing to come on, I’m sure. I don’t have an objection.

AJ: Well this issue just keeps coming up over and over again.

JS: It was a hot button issue. After 9/11, they wanted any kind of attention they could get. And they kept re-running and repeating those catch-phrases there. And if I goggle my own name, it comes up with that quote about four or five times.

AJ: But it’s true that they wouldn’t talk to you – that shows some pretty serious training. How many people do you pull over… how many were arrested?

JS: I thought there were three or four but I’m not sure.

AJ: I mean if you have four people and none of them talk – boy, that’s pretty – do you see that a lot?

JS: No

AJ: Yeah, you don’t see that a lot, do you? I mean you’re usually, according to criminology – and I took a little bit of it in college. I don’t have a degree in it but when you end up with one person who won’t talk, you end up with two, three, four. Usually when you end up with four people, it means there was some pretty serious training going on.

JS: Once again, I don’t know their background. We received some information. We stopped them and then we turned them over to people more interested in them [crosstalk]

AJ: How long did they interrogate them?

JS: than a local police department in New Jersey.

AJ: How long did you interrogate?

JS: We didn’t participate in the interrogation. They were turned over to the State Police.

AJ: You talked to them and they didn’t..

JS: Well, we talked to them at the road stop.

AJ: And then were they brought into the jail or were they just given right over to the FBI?

JS: I think they were taken to the FBI’s field office in Newark but I’m not sure.

AJ: What did the FBI say?

JS: I don’t know.

AJ: Did you ever ask them what came of it?

JS: Mr. Jones, you know you’re talking – we started on one subject, now we are on another.

AJ: I know but I didn’t put two and two together when I saw your name, getting the microchip. And then I started getting emails about it. And I go oh yeah, I remember this article. It’s an interesting topic.

JS: This was a very interesting day, September 11th, 2001. And a lot of ..

AJ: Did you see the towers smoking when it happened?

JS: Absolutely.

AJ: What was that like?

JS: It was terrible. It was terrible.

AJ: I wish we would control our borders, that might keep us safe.

JS: (laughs) You have to talk to another agency on that.

AJ: No, I know you’re not even near the border. So I understand that.

JS: I’m on the border with New York.

AJ: Yes. Well, I really appreciate you spending time with us. And I hope that you wake up and see the real ramifications of the implantable microchip. Will you say no to the chip if in ten years, the government says that you’ve got to use this for identification when you pay for goods and services?

JS: No

AJ: You won’t go along with that?

JS: No, I’d go along with that. Sure. Rather than carrying my credit cards? I want them to put all my information on my chip, as I’m walking out the grocery store with a loaf of bread and a quart of milk, you know they just ….

AJ: Chief, we’ve got to break – quick three-minute break. Stay right there. Just do five more minutes with us. This is just amazing information. Stay with us. We’ll be right back, ladies and gentlemen, with our guest.

BREAK

AJ: Fighting the culture war right here, my friends. Just a few minutes left with the county police chief up there in Bergen County. Sir, the music was playing. So folks might not have heard what you said. I want to state that again for the record. I said if in ten years, and the army documents say this is the plan, by 2020, that’s the January 1, 2000 report by the Army War College, that everybody is going to have a chip. I’ve had the CEO on of Verichip. That’s the plan. I had their distributors on from Spain, from Miami. They’ve said the same thing. We are all going to have chips. We are going to buy and sell with these. And the chief was saying that he’s not for Big Brother. He’s not worried about Big Brother. But then I said, in ten years if they say you’ve got to use this to buy and sell, you said you’re happy with that, Chief.

JS: I wouldn’t object to it.

AJ: If they say we have to take the chip, you wouldn’t object.

JS: No. Like I said before the break, if I went into a grocery store and brought a loaf of bread and a quart of milk and walked out and it read my chip, and debited my bank account, I don’t have a problem with that.

AJ: Chief, it’s either two separate things. Either you are a really nice guy who totally trusts the government and society…

JS: I am the government.

AJ: So, well hold on..

JS: You bet your life, I trust the government because I am part of government.

AJ: Either it’s that you’re naïve or you’re demon possessed.

JS: If you want to think that I’m naïve, that’s certainly your opinion.

AJ: Well Chief, I appreciate your coming on the show but I totally disagree with you.

JS: You can and that’s your right.

AJ: Well wait a minute – so if the government says everybody has got to get chipped ten years from now and it’s the law, you’ll start arresting people that don’t have it.

JS: I won’t be here ten years from now. How’s that sound? I’ve got a short time to go before I take my retirement and leave.

AJ: Of course, I mean that as a joke, figuratively. But I mean that sounds pretty scary and …

JS: People look under rocks for scary things, too

AJ: The founding fathers, chief, said that we should not trust our government; we should keep it small; keep control of it. You’re just saying, I am the government; I trust it. And if they say we’ve got to have chips, we’ve got to have them.

JS: Is that my opinion?

AJ: Yes

JS: Well then thank you.

AJ: You just said that, sir. Are you saying….

JS: Exactly. That’s my opinion and I’m entitled to my opinion. And Mr. Jones, you’re entitled to yours. And I think sir that it was nice of you to have me on.

AJ: Are you a Christian?

JS: Yes I am.

AJ: And you have to have this mark to buy and sell but – but you’re saying if that happens, you don’t have a problem with it.

JS: I don’t.

AJ: So, maybe you are just naïve.

JS: That’s your opinion, too.

AJ: I’m not picking up from you that you’re evil.

JS: I’m not evil.

AJ: I don’t pick that up from you. I’m picking up that you’re just totally trusting and naïve, chief.

JS: Okay, Mr. Jones, I think your interview with me is over.

AJ: Hey, I’m going to pray for you.

JS: Thank you so much.

AJ: Go with God, take care. There you had it, ladies and gentlemen, that’s how deep the rabbit hole goes. We’ve got to have a transcript of that. That’s the all time, most out of control, in you face – you see? You see what we’re facing? You understand what we’re facing now?

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And then there's the Alan Watt mp3s and transcripts. (http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6117)

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:34 PM
kentroversy papers (http://kentroversypapers.net)

Monday, August 22, 2005 - The Microchip Agenda (http://kentroversypapers.blogspot.com/2005/08/microchip-agenda.html)

When I was recently at the local SPCA office to adopt a new dog after the death of the dog we had for nine years, a wonderful and gentle spirit named Bear, I was asked by the woman behind the counter if we wanted our new dog to be MICROCHIPPED. Apparently, this is the current rage of high-technological protection and security for our pets. It was nice to learn that the globalists are so worried about me losing my pet!

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I was allowed to say NO to this hideous plan, but there will come a time in the not-too-distant future where this agenda will have been rolled out to include the entire human population. Presently, we are seeing various politicians and high-profile business executives getting CHIPPED, and this is supposed to convince us that this is a good thing (which it is not).

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A 1996 book by Texe Marrs was exclusively dedicated to this subject of implantable microchips and the problems thereof.

The name of Marrs’ book was ‘PROJECT L.U.C.I.D., ’ and it makes for some extremely disturbing reading.

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I realize that many people wish to disbelieve that the wealthy of this world crave CONTROL, but they must understand that once these people accumulate more money than they could spend in 100 lifetimes, they crave POWER and CONTROL over their subjects and subordinates. Making matters worse, there is a cabal of politicians that are hiding serious crimes behind “Reasons of National Security, ” and the National Security Act of 1947. These politicians are ‘compromised’ in order to blackmail and control them via leverage gained through these illegal acts, in order to elicit their cooperation to advance the overall NWO agenda. In exchange, they are ‘given’ success beyond their wildest dreams.

For two outrageous examples of this, I invite the reader to look into the matters involving Dick Cheney and his ‘Most Dangerous Game, ’ and Colonel Michael Aquino and his ‘Temple of Set’ group of Satanists and Aquino’s involvement in mind-control of human beings, using behavior modification techniques first employed by B. F. Skinner, which are collectively known as OPERANT CONDITIONING. This is completely outrageous and treasonous behavior paid for with your tax dollars. According to the various survivors of programs such as Project Monarch and MK-ULTRA, mind-control is now performed on the general population through television ‘programs’ and the tightly-controlled flow of a mixture of news, propaganda, and disinformation. FOX-News is a perfect example of this, and all one needs to do is check out the Robert Greenwald DVD documentary entitled ‘OutFOXed: Rupert Murdoch’s War On Journalism,’ (http://video.google.co.uk/url?docid=6737097743434902428&esrc=sr1&ev=v&q=outfoxed&vidurl=http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay%3Fdocid%3D6737097743434902428%26q%3Doutf oxed&usg=AL29H228_mhGNhlza-A4CJtyCJz_2z9Mtg) which effectively shows the network as little more than the propaganda arm of the Republican National Committee, and the tagline ‘Fair and Balanced’ to be textbook Orwellian doublespeak.

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Therefore, the ULTIMATE in POWER and CONTROL just so happens to be; a global control grid, a cashless society, and a microchipped population. That means EVERYONE. That means YOU and YOUR FAMILY.

The thing that the reader needs to keep in mind is that these agendas are brought forth gradually, e.g. one step forward and two steps back. Because I actually grew up on a farm, I was a witness to the first step toward a microchipped population, which was the ‘tagging’ of domestic livestock (farm animals). Once the following steps become known, it puts a whole new spin on the national and international news, where this agenda now unfolds on a near-daily basis. At the present time, there are numerous articles in the globalist-controlled mainstream news media pushing the idea of how great it is to be CHIPPED.

For example, the London Telegraph reported on January 17, 2005 that the VeriChip allows for “wallet-free drinking.” Hyping the benefits while completely ignoring the downside, the makers of the VeriChip dismiss genuine privacy concerns as “paranoid conspiracy theories, ” and as a result, the public is getting only half of the real story here. The VeriChip has also been a lightning rod of controversy among those who believe that it represents the mark of “the beast” of the biblical book of Revelation.

An April 7, 2004 article mentioned how microchip implants were being used as a trendy VIP toy at the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona, Spain.

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Here are the gradual steps of the MICROCHIP AGENDA, gradual steps toward microchip implants in ALL humans:

Farm animals and livestock:

There once was a time where farm animals were branded with a sigil of the farm. This branding was performed with a hot metal branding iron, and the farm’s identification mark was literally burned into the skin. So much damage was done that no fur would ever again grow in the branded area.

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After branding, came tattooing and metal-tag clips that were inserted into the animal’s ear much like an pierced-earring. These metal-tags contained a serial number that identified the animal, as well as having the ability to associate that particular animal with a certain farm.

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But then, a funny thing began happening. Cattle were showing up mutilated, and certain farmers were losing considerable amounts of money. It has always been curious to me that none of these mutilations were done to the animals belonging to the globalist corporate farms. This provided the pretext to take this ID system to the next level -- which involved global positioning satellite tracking of the animals. However, because the GPS satellite system is an EXTERNAL endeavor, there was no way of protecting against theft of the animals.

So, then farmers began inserting microchips into their farm animals. No one complained because these were lowly animals, and besides, they would never think about doing that with HUMANS, now would they?


Household pets:

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The next step along the path of gradualism was the microchipping of household pets. As I mention above, I was asked if I wanted my newly adopted dog to have a microchip implant. Of course, my response was a firm refusal, which is still an option. With people out there still believing that animals do not possess a soul of their own, there still was a complete lack of public outrage. With firm subconscious triggers implanted into people when they are students of the government’s own compulsory public school system, very few people are able to see THE BIGGER PICTURE of this type of agenda.

With animals seen to be lower in stature and value to that of any human being, America went along with the chipping of their cherished and beloved pets.


Criminals (probation and parole):

Planned systemic gradualism ALWAYS includes despised individuals as a tool with which to advance the agenda. I remind the reader of the words of the Lutheran Pastor Martin Niemoller, which relate precisely to this step along the path of gradualism. The entire point of the quote below was that people in general wait for someone else to stick up for them. By the time the final step of gradualism occurs, it is far too late for anyone to speak up:


First they came for the communists
and I did not speak out -- because I was not a communist.
Then they came for the socialists
and I did not speak out -- because I was not a socialist.
Then they came for the trade unionists
and I did not speak out -- because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews
and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me --
and there was no one left to speak out.

When the GPS system (and the final step involving the microchip) became a requirement in the dealing with criminals, again, no one complained. The words of Pastor Niemoller in 1939 are totally appropriate in today’s AmeriKa, with this country having been turned into a de facto fascist military dictatorship, based upon imperial militarism, fascism, and corporatism. This onslaught was complete when the previously written freedom-destroying Patriot Act was voted on in October 2001 by a legislature that admittedly, never had the chance to read it before voting.

Only a small handful of ‘honest politicians, ’ such as John Conyers, Dennis Kucinich, Cynthia McKinney, Ron Paul, and Maxine Waters voted against the encroaching fascism wrapped up in the red, white, and blue of insane nationalism. In all, only two U.S. Senators and sixty-six U.S. Representatives weathered accusations of their being pro-terrorist, bravely voting against the anti-American and anti-freedom law.

...

With the greatly despised criminal element [of sex offenders], we have been using ankle transponder bracelets for quite a while now. Suddenly, we have just updated this outmoded technology with GPS track-and-trace, which of course, is for our safety, and most especially, the safety of our children. After all, what parent does not want to protect his or her children?


Alzheimer’s patients and the mentally impaired:

Since the public’s perception is that all Alzheimer’s patients pose a potential risk to both themselves and to those in their immediate surroundings, should they slip away off on their own — this will be the next step along the path to the microchipping of the global population. Here, the globalists resort to the tugging of heart strings.


Children (protection and kidnapping prevention):

Tragedies such as the kidnapping and ritual abuse of children are one of the hard facts of life that few people dare to accept as truth. However, yearly more than 58, 200 children go missing in the United States, according to statistics released by the ‘National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.’ This is about 160 children per day in the USA alone! For every story of children such as Johnny Gosch and Adam Walsh, there are tens of thousands whose names are unknown to the mass consciousness of the United States as a nation.
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The microchip implantation of children is being touted as a safety measure, which again, hits mom and dad America right in the heart. Not only is this being marketed as a protection feature, it is also marketed as a prevention against kidnapping, which is a potential issue whenever a family with children get divorced.
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However, there is one aspect of involving the children in this microchipping agenda that I simply cannot abide by, and is a major reason why my own son will be home-schooled. Former Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson has been driving around the country giving speeches at public grammar schools, telling about how great it will be to be microchipped. This is the desensitization of our nation’s youth, with Thompson appearing at these schools with something called the CHIPMOBILE. This is one of those type of rock-star tour busses that contain exhibits and propaganda related to the VeriChip, a product of Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.

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The globalists have a saying involving children, which certainly applies to this program of desentization related to the microchip implant, “Get them while they are young, keep them for life.” Exposing children to propaganda related to the VeriChip violates the right of parental authority, as Tommy Thompson is only telling one select part of a very complicated issue. These speeches given before entire schools of children do not discuss any of the potential threats involved in a technology such as this. These children are not told about how the VeriChip can be used to create and plant false evidence, about how the VeriChip will signal the end of medical right to privacy, and about how the VeriChip can be used to view and manipulate the DNA genotype, and perhaps most importantly – how the human leukocyte antigen data could potentially be used to learn of an individual’s specific vulnerability, and then mount an attack against the individual’s homeostatic system.

Let’s call this the pinpointing of the gentle art of suicide . . . the ultimate Manchurian Candidate!
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Get them while they’re young, and keep them for life . . .


Total adult population:

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Once the microchips have been pushed as a fashion statement, then as a safety measure, and a keeper of important health records, an order will go through that will mandate the ENTIRE POPULATION be CHIPPED. This will likely come on the heels of a false-flag terrorist event so devastating – we in America will see an entire city vaporized – no one will dare to go against the order. And, if any do – they will be simply sent to one of the re-education camps that are already set up and waiting for the order to go live. If any reader doubts my words here, simply check into the REX-84 program – it’s all there in black and white.

The surveillance society is upon us -– and the microchip implant is merely one aspect of this evil agenda. The surveillance cameras are sprouting up everywhere around us by the thousands. The problem here is that everything is laid bare in which anyone can have evidence fabricated against them, and everything that appears as part of the stored data in the microchip coincidentally meets the criteria of acceptable judicial evidence. Combine this with a Star Chamber secret tribunal for those branded ‘enemies of the state’ by the occupied shadow government, and the potential for abuse will be too much to avoid for those whose usual operational code of conduct is criminal behavior by DEFAULT.

Royalty has been CHIPPED. One now needs to be CHIPPED to gain entry to the exclusive VIP clubs. The microchip is being turned into a FASHION STATEMENT. Our pets need to be CHIPPED. And so do our children. Celebrities are getting CHIPPED. Computer geeks are calling them WETWARE. We have gone from credit cards, to smartcards with their own CHIP. We belong to SHOPPER’S CLUBS and for doing so we get an artificial discount. Being CHIPPED means we can leave both our wallet and our money at home. We can drink ourselves BLIND at a local nightclub and we no longer have to worry about losing our identification. When we get CHIPPED we will be envied by our friends and family. We will be the early adopters, the ones who stood at the front of the line . . .

And me? I guess I am just not that FASHIONABLE!

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Sources:

Applied Digital Systems – VeriChip and the Chipmobile (http://www.adsx.com/prodservpart/verichip.html)

FBI Kidnapping and Missing Persons Investigations (http://www.fbi.gov/mostwant/kidnap/kidmiss.htm)

Greenwald, Robert – ‘OutFOXed: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism’ (DVD), July 2004 (http://www.outfoxed.org/)

Icke, David – The Robot’s Rebellion, Gateway Publishers, England, 1994, pgs. 90 & 226-227 (http://www.hiddenmysteries.com/xcart/product.php?productid=16153&cat=261&page=1)

Prisonplanet.com – Beach Club In Barcelona, Spain Launches Microchip Implantation For VIP Members, April 7, 2004 (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/april2004/040704bajabeachclub.htm)

Prisonplanet.com – Microchip To Allow Wallet-Free Drinking, London Telegraph, January 17, 2005 (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/january2005/170105microchiptoallow.htm)

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Niemoller, Pastor Martin – Niemoller Poem and Address, 1939 (http://scott.hayes.org/thoughts/niemoller.html)

Nutro Products, Inc. - Dog Care Guide, City of Industry, CA USA, 2003, pgs. 3 & 4 (http://www.nutroproducts.com/gettingreadyforyournewpet.asp#name)

O’Brien, Cathy with Mark Phillips – Trance Formation of America, self-published, 1995, pgs. 96-101

A Most Dangerous Game (book excerpt) (http://howardk.freenix.org/msgid.cgi?ID=100930112200)

A Most Dangerous Game Revisited (book excerpt) (http://mailgate.supereva.com/biz/biz.clarinet.webnews.techwire/msg00002.html)

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Stachowski, Senator William T. - Summer 2005 mailing, Albany, NY USA, pg. 4

Walsh, John – America’s Most Wanted (http://www.amw.com/), FOX-TV, 1987-2005

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Applied Digital Solutions (http://technorati.com/tag/Applied%20Digital%20Solutions)

VeriChip (http://technorati.com/tag/VeriChip)

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Digital Angel (http://technorati.com/tag/Digital%20Angel)


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Tuesday, December 13, 2005 The Microchip Agenda (Redux) (http://kentroversypapers.blogspot.com/2005/12/microchip-agenda-redux.html)

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The Microchip Agenda Marches Forward ...

Four months ago, I wrote an article entitled THE MICROCHIP AGENDA (http://kentroversypapers.blogspot.com/2005/08/microchip-agenda.html), where I discussed the steps of gradualism that are being used to brainwash the American public into accepting this disgusting plan. I mentioned FIVE SPECIFIC STEPS that need to be taken to properly condition the population into accepting this gross miscarriage of high-technology.

The five steps of gradualism were as follows:

01) Farm Animals and Livestock (identification and inventory)

02) Household Pets (protection from getting lost)

03) Alzheimer's Patients and the Mentally Impaired (medical info, identification, and location)

04) Children (protection and kidnapping prevention)

05) Total Adult Population (military and police, security, identification, and medical info)

However, a mere 110 days later, in an article on Tommy Thompson refusing to get chipped, the following appeared:

... only about 60 living persons in the U.S. have agreed to be chipped. In addition to the voluntary recipients, the company's implants were injected into the deceased victims of hurricane Katrina, and there are plans to chip mentally disabled patients at a residential center in Chattanooga. VeriChip has also had talks with the Pentagon about chipping military personnel ....

In recent developments, TiVo has filed a patent application for the use of their system with an embedded microchip in the customer's body.

The agenda marches ever onward ...


Sources:

The following sources were used in the creation of this Kentroversy Paper . . .

Tommy Thompson Refuses To Get Chipped (December 9, 2005) (http://www.rense.com/general69/tommy.htm)

TiVo Files Patent For RFID Personal Video Recorder (November 23, 2005) (http://www.techweb.com/wire/hardware/174401408;jsessionid=E4OPC03131XEAQSNDBGCKHSCJUMEK JVN)

The Kentroversy Papers - The Microchip Agenda (August 22, 2005) (http://kentroversypapers.blogspot.com/2005/08/microchip-agenda.html)

Applied Digital Solutions (http://technorati.com/tag/Applied%20Digital%20Solutions)

Gradualism (http://technorati.com/tag/Gradualism)

Microchip Agenda (http://technorati.com/tag/Microchip%20Agenda)

RFID (http://technorati.com/tag/RFID)

VeriChip (http://technorati.com/tag/VeriChip)

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:36 PM
A generation is all they need

Toronto Star | Dec. 10, 2006 (http://www.thestar.com/sciencetech/article/136744)

By KEVIN HAGGERTY

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One day we will all happily be implanted with microchips, and our every move will be monitored. The technology exists; the only barrier is society’s resistance to the loss of privacy

By the time my four-year-old son is swathed in the soft flesh of old age, he will likely find it unremarkable that he and almost everyone he knows will be permanently implanted with a microchip. Automatically tracking his location in real time, it will connect him with databases monitoring and recording his smallest behavioural traits.

Most people anticipate such a prospect with a sense of horrified disbelief, dismissing it as a science-fiction fantasy. The technology, however, already exists. For years humane societies have implanted all the pets that leave their premises with a small identifying microchip. As well, millions of consumer goods are now traced with tiny radio frequency identification chips that allow satellites to reveal their exact location.

A select group of people are already “chipped” with devices that automatically open doors, turn on lights, and perform other low-level miracles. Prominent among such individuals is researcher Kevin Warwick of Reading University in England; Warwick is a leading proponent of the almost limitless potential uses for such chips.

Other users include the patrons of the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona, many of whom have paid about $150 (U.S.) for the privilege of being implanted with an identifying chip that allows them to bypass lengthy club queues and purchase drinks by being scanned. These individuals are the advance guard of an effort to expand the technology as widely as possible.

From this point forward, microchips will become progressively smaller, less invasive, and easier to deploy. Thus, any realistic barrier to the wholesale “chipping” of Western citizens is not technological but cultural. It relies upon the visceral reaction against the prospect of being personally marked as one component in a massive human inventory.

Today we might strongly hold such beliefs, but sensibilities can, and probably will, change. How this remarkable attitudinal transformation is likely to occur is clear to anyone who has paid attention to privacy issues over the past quarter-century. There will be no 3 a.m. knock on the door by storm troopers come to force implants into our bodies. The process will be more subtle and cumulative, couched in the unassailable language of progress and social betterment, and mimicking many of the processes that have contributed to the expansion of closed-circuit television cameras and the corporate market in personal data.

A series of tried and tested strategies will be marshalled to familiarize citizens with the technology. These will be coupled with efforts to pressure tainted social groups and entice the remainder of the population into being chipped.

This, then, is how the next generation will come to be microchipped.

It starts in distant countries. Having tested the technology on guinea pigs, both human and animal, the first widespread use of human implanting will occur in nations at the periphery of the Western world. Such developments are important in their own right, but their international significance pertains to how they familiarize a global audience with the technology and habituate them to the idea that chipping represents a potential future.

An increasing array of hypothetical chipping scenarios will also be depicted in entertainment media, furthering the familiarization process.

In the West, chips will first be implanted in members of stigmatized groups. Pedophiles are the leading candidate for this distinction, although it could start with terrorists, drug dealers, or whatever happens to be that year’s most vilified criminals. Short-lived promises will be made that the technology will only be used on the “worst of the worst.” In fact, the wholesale chipping of incarcerated individuals will quickly ensue, encompassing people on probation and on parole.

Even accused individuals will be tagged, a measure justified on the grounds that it would stop them from fleeing justice. Many prisoners will welcome this development, since only chipped inmates will be eligible for parole, weekend release, or community sentences. From the prison system will emerge an evocative vocabulary distinguishing chippers from non-chippers.

Although the chips will be justified as a way to reduce fraud and other crimes, criminals will almost immediately develop techniques to simulate other people’s chip codes and manipulate their data.

The comparatively small size of the incarcerated population, however, means that prisons would be simply a brief stopover on a longer voyage. Commercial success is contingent on making serious inroads into tagging the larger population of law-abiding citizens. Other stigmatized groups will therefore be targeted. This will undoubtedly entail monitoring welfare recipients, a move justified to reduce fraud, enhance efficiency, and ensure that the poor do not receive “undeserved” benefits.

Once e-commerce is sufficiently advanced, welfare recipients will receive their benefits as electronic vouchers stored on their microchips, a policy that will be tinged with a sense of righteousness, as it will help ensure that clients can only purchase government-approved goods from select merchants, reducing the always disconcerting prospect that poor people might use their limited funds to purchase alcohol or tobacco.

Civil libertarians will try to foster a debate on these developments. Their attempts to prohibit chipping will be handicapped by the inherent difficulty in animating public sympathy for criminals and welfare recipients — groups that many citizens are only too happy to see subjected to tighter regulation. Indeed, the lesser public concern for such groups is an inherent part of the unarticulated rationale for why coerced chipping will be disproportionately directed at the stigmatized.

The official privacy arm of the government will now take up the issue. Mandated to determine the legality of such initiatives, privacy commissioners and Senate Committees will produce a forest of reports presented at an archipelago of international conferences. Hampered by lengthy research and publication timelines, their findings will be delivered long after the widespread adoption of chipping is effectively a fait accompli. The research conclusions on the effectiveness of such technologies will be mixed and open to interpretation.

Officials will vociferously reassure the chipping industry that they do not oppose chipping itself, which has fast become a growing commercial sector. Instead, they are simply seeking to ensure that the technology is used fairly and that data on the chips is not misused. New policies will be drafted.
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What might Hitler, Mao or Milosevic have accomplished if their citizens were chipped, coded, and remotely monitored?
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Employers will start to expect implants as a condition of getting a job. The U.S. military will lead the way, requiring chips for all soldiers as a means to enhance battlefield command and control — and to identify human remains. From cooks to commandos, every one of the more than one million U.S. military personnel will see microchips replace their dog tags.

Following quickly behind will be the massive security sector. Security guards, police officers, and correctional workers will all be expected to have a chip. Individuals with sensitive jobs will find themselves in the same position.

The first signs of this stage are already apparent. In 2004, the Mexican attorney general’s office started implanting employees to restrict access to secure areas. The category of “sensitive occupation” will be expansive to the point that anyone with a job that requires keys, a password, security clearance, or identification badge will have those replaced by a chip.

Judges hearing cases on the constitutionality of these measures will conclude that chipping policies are within legal limits. The thin veneer of “voluntariness” coating many of these programs will allow the judiciary to maintain that individuals are not being coerced into using the technology.

In situations where the chips are clearly forced on people, the judgments will deem them to be undeniable infringements of the right to privacy. However, they will then invoke the nebulous and historically shifting standard of “reasonableness” to pronounce coerced chipping a reasonable infringement on privacy rights in a context of demands for governmental efficiency and the pressing need to enhance security in light of the still ongoing wars on terror, drugs, and crime.

At this juncture, an unfortunately common tragedy of modern life will occur: A small child, likely a photogenic toddler, will be murdered or horrifically abused. It will happen in one of the media capitals of the Western world, thereby ensuring non-stop breathless coverage. Chip manufactures will recognize this as the opportunity they have been anticipating for years. With their technology now largely bug-free, familiar to most citizens and comparatively inexpensive, manufacturers will partner with the police to launch a high-profile campaign encouraging parents to implant their children “to ensure your own peace of mind.”

Special deals will be offered. Implants will be free, providing the family registers for monitoring services. Loving but unnerved parents will be reassured by the ability to integrate tagging with other functions on their PDA so they can see their child any time from any place.

Paralleling these developments will be initiatives that employ the logic of convenience to entice the increasingly small group of holdouts to embrace the now common practice of being tagged. At first, such convenience tagging will be reserved for the highest echelon of Western society, allowing the elite to move unencumbered through the physical and informational corridors of power. Such practices will spread more widely as the benefits of being chipped become more prosaic. Chipped individuals will, for example, move more rapidly through customs.

Indeed, it will ultimately become a condition of using mass-transit systems that officials be allowed to monitor your chip. Companies will offer discounts to individuals who pay by using funds stored on their embedded chip, on the small-print condition that the merchant can access large swaths of their personal data. These “discounts” are effectively punitive pricing schemes, charging unchipped individuals more as a way to encourage them to submit to monitoring. Corporations will seek out the personal data in hopes of producing ever more fine-grained customer profiles for marketing purposes, and to sell to other institutions.

By this point all major organizations will be looking for opportunities to capitalize on the possibilities inherent in an almost universally chipped population. The uses of chips proliferate, as do the types of discounts. Each new generation of household technology becomes configured to operate by interacting with a person’s chip.

Finding a computer or appliance that will run though old-fashioned “hands-on”‘ interactions becomes progressively more difficult and costly. Patients in hospitals and community care will be routinely chipped, allowing medical staff — or, more accurately, remote computers — to monitor their biological systems in real time.

Eager to reduce the health costs associated with a largely docile citizenry, authorities will provide tax incentives to individuals who exercise regularly. Personal chips will be remotely monitored to ensure that their heart rate is consistent with an exercise regime.

By now, the actual process of “chipping” for many individuals will simply involve activating certain functions of their existing chip. Any prospect of removing the chip will become increasingly untenable, as having a chip will be a precondition for engaging in the main dynamics of modern life, such as shopping, voting, and driving.

The remaining holdouts will grow increasingly weary of Luddite jokes and subtle accusations that they have something to hide. Exasperated at repeatedly watching neighbours bypass them in “chipped” lines while they remain subject to the delays, inconveniences, and costs reserved for the unchipped, they too will choose the path of least resistance and get an implant.

In one generation, then, the cultural distaste many might see as an innate reaction to the prospect of having our bodies marked like those of an inmate in a concentration camp will likely fade.

In the coming years some of the most powerful institutional actors in society will start to align themselves to entice, coerce, and occasionally compel the next generation to get an implant.

Now, therefore, is the time to contemplate the unprecedented dangers of this scenario. The most serious of these concern how even comparatively stable modern societies will, in times of fear, embrace treacherous promises. How would the prejudices of a Joe McCarthy, J. Edgar Hoover, or of southern Klansmen — all of whom were deeply integrated into the American political establishment — have manifest themselves in such a world? What might Hitler, Mao or Milosevic have accomplished if their citizens were chipped, coded, and remotely monitored?

Choirs of testimonials will soon start to sing the virtues of implants. Calm reassurances will be forthcoming about democratic traditions, the rule of law, and privacy rights. History, unfortunately, shows that things can go disastrously wrong, and that this happens with disconcerting regularity. Little in the way of international agreements, legality, or democratic sensibilities has proved capable of thwarting single-minded ruthlessness.

“It can’t happen here” has become the whispered swan song of the disappeared. Best to contemplate these dystopian potentials before we proffer the tender forearms of our sons and daughters. While we cannot anticipate all of the positive advantages that might be derived from this technology, the negative prospects are almost too terrifying to contemplate.

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Alan Watt (http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6117) discussed this article at length in his blurb from December 13th 2006 "A Chip Off the Ashlar or the Old Masonic Block (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/audio/Alan_Watt_MasonicChip_Dec1306.mp3)" - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_A_Chip_off_the_Old_Masonic_Block.h tml).

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:39 PM
Here the Times (owned by Murdoch) used the recent case of the missing girl - which generated enormous, unprecedented, global publicity, and still is doing - to push the microchip agenda to the sleeping masses. They are using the vulnerability of children and parents' growing anxiety - itself a product of media manipulation - to further manipuate them. Shameless, and methodical.

Notice that the Toronto Star article above predicted such propaganda.

Would an implanted chip help to keep my child safe? (http://women.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/women/families/article1788169.ece)
In the wake of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, every type of child monitoring device is in demand

Carol Midgley

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If your child could wear an implant – a microchip that could tell a computer where he or she was at any time to within a few metres – would you buy it? After the horrific snatch of three-year-old Madeleine McCann from her bed in Portugal, the answer from many parents seems to be “yes”.

Professor Kevin Warwick, who developed the technology that made it possible for the first child in Britain to volunteer to be “chipped” in 2002 – after the murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman – has been bombarded with e-mails over the past few days from parents desperate to keep tabs on their children. As we talk, another e-mail drops into his inbox from a mother of two young children who says that she is deeply anxious about Madeleine’s disappearance and wants to know more about the chip technology.

It works, in theory, by sending a signal via a mobile-phone network to a computer that can identify the child’s location on an electronic map.

But there was the concern at the time over the ethics of tagging our children’s bodies – some groups, including Barnardo’s and Kidscape as well as sections of the media, said that it was a neurotic overreaction that would not benefit children in the long run. So Warwick, Professor of Cybernetics at Reading University, did not continue to develop the project nationally. “It caused such a backlash that we had to step back,” he says. “There were ethical concerns, and as a scientist you have to listen.” But he adds that the point about chipping is not that you would use it to track your children 24 hours a day – only in a worst-case scenario. “You would hope that it never gets used,” he says.
There are, however, many other child-tracking devices on the market that will almost certainly have a surge in sales over the next few weeks. They range from pay-as-you-go tracking services that follow the SIM card in your child’s mobile phone to electronic wristbands and specially tagged pyjamas. Some companies have shied away from such gadgets, fearing legal actions from parents should they fail for any reason, but others believe that the gadgets are destined to become part of normal parenting.

A Lancashire company, Connect Software, recently launched Toddler Tag, a child-safety monitoring system in which a tag smaller than a domino, which can take the form of a badge or bracelet or may be sewn into clothing, is allocated to each child.

The active Radio Frequency Identification tags work in conjunction with a reader to monitor child movement, raising the alarm when the child moves beyond a certain range. A typical package costs between £500 and £1,000. Chris Reid, the company’s commercial director, says that several readers could be used by a parent to create a “virtual ringfence” that triggers an alarm if the child goes beyond the boundary or towards potential hotspots, such as kitchens or stairways. The company has also designed toddler “Smartwear” – bibs, T-shirts, dungarees, hats and jackets – which comes ready-tagged and, says Reid, may be useful not only to nurseries but to give parents an “electronic pair of eyes” when taking children to theme parks or on holiday.

Globalpoint Technologies, based in Newcastle, offers a “personal companion” that uses a combination of mobile phone and GPS technology to enable you to track your child by computer to within a few metres (cost: £400-£500). It picks up locator signals from satellites and sends them as a text message or via the mobile-elephone network to a website, and is based on technology developed by the Ministry of Defence. It is currently used by companies such as the Royal Mail to track mailbags.

Ian Rycroft, a company spokesman, says that it is lightweight, about the size of a small Nokia phone and can be placed unobtrusively in a shirt pocket, jacket or satchel or worn as a necklace or on a wristband. He believes that the market for the devices will expand significantly.

For older children there are established products such as Kids OK mobile phone tracking, i-Kids and Teddy-fone – a phone with a parent-activated child-monitor option that enables parents to listen in to what is happening around their child, an SOS button and a child-tracking service.

The drawback with all these products, of course, is that an abductor could quickly dispose of mobile phones, satchels, clothing or wristbands. Wherify, an American company, offers a GPS locator watch that it claims is lockable and tamper-proof and may act as a visible deterrent (it works only in America). However, some parents may be uncomfortable about a highly visible device that an abductor would be desperate to remove.

The question that must also be asked is: should we be tagging and monitoring our children to such an extent? Is there a danger that we may lose perspective and fill our children with suspicion and fear? Indeed, could we become overreliant on technology and consequently more blasé about basic supervision? Michelle Elliot, director of the child protection charity Kidscape, says that she opposes the idea of micro-chipimplants but understands why many parents want to use phone-tracking devices or wristbands.

She worries, however, that such devices might hamper children’s development of a sense of independence. “It doesn’t teach them what to do in a problem situation – eg, if you are lost, go into a shop”, she says. “Having children relying on a parent getting to them and finding them doesn’t encourage independence.” Of implants, she says: “We don’t know what the physiological effects – and a child isn’t giving informed consent to what is a minor operation on their body.”

But when children are abducted from bed and even from the bathtub (as a girl in the North East was recently), a nonremovable permanent chip is something that some parents would welcome, regardless of the ethics.

“We have 11 million children in the UK,” says Elliot. “For the past 25 years between five and seven children have been abducted and killed by a stranger each year, and that has not changed.

“Are we becoming paranoid to the point where we give children the message that life is so dangerous that they have to be tagged? There is no guarantee of your child’s safety. But the chances [of something like this happening] are so remote that you have to think about the message you’re giving them.”

But Professor Warwick says that if there was sufficient demand from the public and the initiative was backed by child-safety groups, it would not be difficult to make chip implants – about an inch long – available nationally in a relatively short period of time.

He says that further work may be needed to determine how best to recharge the device but, because it would be in “sleep mode”, it would need only very low power. “It might be that once a year the child has to hold his arm up to a charger,” he says.

He can see no serious health implications: the chip would housed be in a silicone capsule and it would be little different from having a cochlear implant.

And what of Danielle Duval, who, five years ago, at the age of 11, volunteered – amid huge media coverage and with the consent of her parents – to become the first implant “guinea pig”?

At the family home in Reading, Danielle’s mother Wendy said that she did not want to comment on the issue in relation to Madeleine McCann. Her daughter had eventually backed out of the scheme because of intense media interest and had never had the implant fitted.

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Kevin Warwick (http://www.kevinwarwick.com/) is dealt with by Alan Watt in his blurb from December 20th: "Brain Implant Familiarization and the Front-Men Who Plug-It" (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/audio/Alan_Watt_Blurb_BrainImplant_Dec202006.mp3) - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_Brain_Implant_Familarization_Dec20 _06.html).

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:40 PM
More of the same:

More Parents want Child-Tracking Devices in Wake of Madeleine Abduction (http://www.christiantoday.com/article/more.parents.demand.childtracking.devices.in.wake. of.madeleine.abduction/11534.htm)
More parents in the UK are demanding child-tracking devices in the wake of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and the abduction of the three-year-old Margaret Hill in Nigeria.

More parents in the UK are demanding child-tracking devices in the wake of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and the abduction of the three-year-old Margaret Hill in Nigeria.

Holidays have already arrived in some schools for children, and parents are considering tagging their young ones.

The UK market offers tags to ensure children do not stray too far and mobile phones such as Teddyfone, which allows parents to listen-in with an SOS button for emergencies.

Connect Software, which offers child-tracking device ToddlerTag, initially only supplied childcare providers.

Chris Reid, from Connect Software, says: "We never anticipated selling it to the general public but what with events in Portugal, our website hits have gone through the roof."

In April, it received just 2,607 hits compared to 16,661 in May and 24,699 in June.
"We have been inundated with queries from parents, particularly those whose children have special needs, where they have a tendency to wander off or have no sense of danger."

He continued: "We are not saying our devices are an alternative to good parenting but if people want a safety net, then it is there."

Children's charities, however, say that using child-tracking devices may fill children with fear and suspicion.

Dr Michele Elliott, from Kidscape, says: "The dilemma is why are we tracking children?

"This kind of technology gives the illusion of freedom but the child is tied to the device and a parent is tied to a computer."

Dr Elliott said she could see a "limited use" in certain circumstances for some children but also the pitfalls.

"There's the expense, then kids are always losing things and a kidnapper will simply throw the device away," she said.

"I would much rather teach kids practical responses in times of emergency such as screaming and running towards shops or people."

She is also wary of parents becoming too complacent relying solely on technology.
"What parents are worried about is kids being abducted," she said. "But for the past 28 years, between five to nine children have been abducted and killed by a stranger each year, and that has not changed.

"It's still horrendous but you have to keep it in perspective. Thirty to 60 people a year in the UK are hit by lightning and we don't put lightning rods on the top of children's heads."

Meanwhile, Psychologist Dr Nadja Reissland says there is no substitute for "human watchfulness", especially with small children.

She warned that putting teenagers under surveillance can make them feel like "criminals" and destroy trust between parents and children.

Children, she says, can pick up on a parent's stress which in turn may lead to an "irrational fear" of crime.

"I can understand parents being worried," she adds, "but that comes with the job."


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MICROCHIPPING CHILDREN FOR THEIR ‘SAFETY’ (http://rinf.com/alt-news/surveillance-big-brother/microchipping-children-for-their-safety/1031/)

By Tom Shelley (http://www.eurekamagazine.co.uk/article/10637/Rapid-response.aspx)

Last month’s ‘appeal’ to identify technologies that could prevent child abduction has moved forward rapidly

In a letter published last month, prompted by the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, design engineer Peter Fitzsimmons challenged Eureka readers to come up with a device to track lost children. Several readers have written with suggestions – two RFID-based ideas, one of which is in production, are highlighted here.

At the same time, two competing satellite-based systems – one British, one French – have also been launched recently.

Maidstone-based Blue Tree Services launched its OurKids child tracking system in the UK and Ireland earlier this year. The device comes in two parts: children wear the Blueranger unit, supplied with a belt similar to a money belt or with a pocket that can be attached to any item. Parents track their child’s movements through BlueMap software either on the internet or via a hand-held PDA. The latter shows its location as well as that of the monitored units.

The portable units use GPS and the cell phone network to send positioning information – accurate within 4m – to secure servers. These then relay information, which shows the unit location within the UK or Europe.

The company says: “Although it has been possible for people to carry alarms for some time, these were either linked to a physical location or allowed for only single location requests. With OurKids, continuous tracking avoids the problems associated with not having a ‘position fix’ at critical moments – there is always a ‘breadcrumb trail’.”

The units incorporate a movement sensor, which detects whether it is being worn –and not left in backpack at a friend’s house – or if it has suffered a shock such as a fall.

Parents can also set up boundaries through GPS mapping. The system alerts them if the child moves beyond a predetermined area. Height can also be set as a parameter – perhaps to ensure the child isn’t taking part in a dangerous Quidditch match? Other features include an emergency alarm, which lets children tell parents if they are in trouble.

Managing director Mike Smuts said: “We have seen a huge demand for this product from across all sectors of society. This is a robust and easy to wear product. It’s good to know that parents can allow their children a little more freedom and at the same time manage their independence.”

French firm Car Telematics has a long waiting list for its Kiditel device according to the BBC. It will be released in the UK soon, and can be put in a pocket or bag. The GPS tracking device beams satellite images of a child’s location to the home computer. It has an SOS button, which sends an SMS and position coordinates to a predefined mobile number if the child is in trouble. A parent can call the child back to find out what the problem is.

Development director Franck Spinelli told the BBC that the Kiditel was popular with parents of young children.

Neither of these devices would prevent a kidnapping, and there would be nothing to stop the abductor disposing of the device once found on the child. However, both systems could give police vital information on the child’s whereabouts before he or she went missing.

Reader Paul Clarke proposed an RFID solution, which could overcome these difficulties. Citing the current level of integration of CCTV systems, he says: “If there was a similar initiative to link the RFID systems used by shops to catch shoplifters, it would be possible to search for an RFID tag that could be surgically implanted under a child’s skin or inserted into the fabric of their clothing.

“Potentially this could be an international initiative that would mean that if an abductor attempted to take a chipped child into a store that subscribed to the service, store detectives would be notified and by cross-referencing with CCTV footage one could determine the identity of the individual [abducting a child].”

Surgically implanting an RFID chip under a child’s skin seems a little Orwellian, though putting it into the fabric of clothes seems more acceptable. Are parents likely to go to such extremes to ensure kids are safe, or is it a step too far?

However, as reader Roger Bamford pointed out, one US firm has already designed a human-implantable RFID chip. VeriChip has developed a passive RFID microchip, inserted under the skin by injection, which contains a unique 16-digit identifier. The number on the chip – which can be read with a proprietary scanner – could be used to access medical records, or determine whether someone has the authority to enter a secure area, the company says.

Verichip has also designed wearable active RFID chips, designed for use within care homes or hospital wards. The chips sound an alarm if patients – for instance, those with Alzheimer’s – leave a designated area. It can even lock an exit as a patient approaches it. The chips can also be used to prevent the abduction of newborns by raising the alarm if the baby is removed from the ward.

www.verichipcorp.com

www.bluetreeservices.co.uk

www.kiditel.com/en/

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:41 PM
(This article contains links to other relevant articles.)

All Airport Employees To Have Microchip Implants? (http://infowars.net/articles/may2007/190507Microchipping.htm)
Need to track all employees from mechanics to chefs may lead to implantation

Steve Watson
Infowars.net (http://infowars.net/index.html)
Saturday, May 19, 2007

Congress is moving quickly to put into motion measures that will ensure airport employees are subjected to stricter security checks. Everyone from Restaurant employees to airline mechanics could soon be forced to provide biometric finger and iris scans and may even face the possibility of being implanted with a microchip.

Currently all airport employees must pass a police and FBI background check, however this may soon be upgraded to include credit checks, routine searches of bags and property and the use of biometric readers with the possibility of microchip implants on the table

The measures are still under Congressional discussion.

Local News Channel KENS5 broadcast a report on the proposals from San Antonio airport recently:

Bio-chips for workers at airports (1min 54s)

Such biometric readers are becoming commonplace in many places of work, yet the use of microchip implants is yet to become widespread.

There are however some workers who have been forced to take the chip.

Government workers in Mexico (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/mexican_attgn.htm) are being forced to take the chip or lose their job. Staff of Mexico's attorney general had to take the chip in order to access secure areas.

In February, a Cincinnati surveillance equipment company (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/february2006/100206implants.htm) became the first U.S. business to use this application when a handful of employees voluntarily got implants to allow them to enter secure rooms.

In a trail blazing act last year however, Governor Jim Doyle of Wisconsin signed a law (http://www.rfidgazette.org/2006/06/doyle_signs_law.html) declaring it a crime to require an individual to be implanted with a microchip. The people of Wisconsin welcomed the RFID law which imposes fine of up to $10,000 per day for a violator. The Bill was introduced by Rep. Marlin Schneider (http://prisonplanet.com/articles/april2006/250406_b_implants.htm), D-Wisconsin.

A spotlight has recently been placed on chip implants by the London Times which ran a piece (http://women.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/women/families/article1788169.ece) asking whether children should be implanted in the wake of the kidnapping of British toddler Madeleine McCann.

We have also previously highlighted how implantable chips are being used for recreational purposes, to pay for drinks in bars (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/january2005/170105microchiptoallow.htm). The Financial Times today ran a piece on the Baja Beach club in Barcelona (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/may2007/190507Sorry.htm) which has championed the technology for years.

Earlier this year award winning director Aaron Russo, appearing on the Alex Jones show (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/january2007/290107rockefellergoal.htm), stressed that the true intentions of the global elite, in particular the Rockefeller family, is a microchipped society. A society where you have no privacy, nowhere to run, nowhere to hide, whether you’re innocent, guilty, indifferent or impaired. A microchipped society sounds like something from a horrific science fiction movie, as ever fiction is being mirrored by reality as we now see it being debated in Congress.

The Age in Australia reported that within ten years the chip will be as common as cell phones (http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/april2005/150405commonascellphones.htm) are today. If the scheme became commonplace then it is estimated that around 75% of the population (http://prisonplanet.com/articles/april2005/190405alreadymandated.htm) would be mandated to take the chips.

By pure coincidence (ahem) IBM, the company behind Verichip, the major retailer of implantable chips, also ran the cataloging system used by the Nazis (http://news.com.com/Probing%2BIBMs%2BNazi%2Bconnection/2009-1082_3-269157.html) to store information on Jews in Hitler's Germany.

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:42 PM
Microchips implanted in humans: High-tech helpers, or Big Brother surveillance tools? (http://www.ledger-dispatch.com/news/newsview.asp?c=220483)
Friday, July 20, 2007

- Todd Lewan, AP National Writer

CityWatcher.com, a provider of surveillance equipment, attracted little notice itself - until a year ago, when two of its employees had glass-encapsulated microchips with miniature antennas embedded in their forearms.

The "chipping" of two workers with RFIDs - radio frequency identification tags as long as two grains of rice, as thick as a toothpick - was merely a way of restricting access to vaults that held sensitive data and images for police departments, a layer of security beyond key cards and clearance codes, the company said.

"To protect high-end secure data, you use more sophisticated techniques," Sean Darks, chief executive of the Cincinnati-based company, said. He compared chip implants to retina scans or fingerprinting. "There's a reader outside the door; you walk up to the reader, put your arm under it, and it opens the door."

Innocuous? Maybe.

But the news that Americans had, for the first time, been injected with electronic identifiers to perform their jobs fired up a debate over the proliferation of ever-more-precise tracking technologies and their ability to erode privacy in the digital age.

To some, the microchip was a wondrous invention - a high-tech helper that could increase security at nuclear plants and military bases, help authorities identify wandering Alzheimer's patients, allow consumers to buy their groceries, literally, with the wave of a chipped hand.

To others, the notion of tagging people was Orwellian, a departure from centuries of history and tradition in which people had the right to go and do as they pleased without being tracked, unless they were harming someone else.

Chipping, these critics said, might start with Alzheimer's patients or Army Rangers, but would eventually be suggested for convicts, then parolees, then sex offenders, then illegal aliens - until one day, a majority of Americans, falling into one category or another, would find themselves electronically tagged.

Thirty years ago, the first electronic tags were fixed to the ears of cattle, to permit ranchers to track a herd's reproductive and eating habits. In the 1990s, millions of chips were implanted in livestock, fish, pets, even racehorses.

Microchips are now fixed to car windshields as toll-paying devices, on "contactless" payment cards (Chase's "Blink," or MasterCard's "PayPass"). They're embedded in Michelin tires, library books, passports and, unbeknownst to many consumers, on a host of individual items at Wal-Mart and Best Buy.

But CityWatcher.com employees weren't appliances or pets: They were people, made scannable.

"It was scary that a government contractor that specialized in putting surveillance cameras on city streets was the first to incorporate this technology in the workplace," says Liz McIntyre, co-author of "Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Move with RFID."

Darks, the CityWatcher.com executive, said his employees volunteered to be chipped. "You would think that we were going around putting chips in people by force," he told a reporter, "and that's not the case at all."

Yet, within days of the company's announcement, civil libertarians and Christian conservatives joined to excoriate the microchip's implantation in people.

"Ultimately," says Katherine Albrecht, a privacy advocate who specializes in consumer education and RFID technology, "the fear is that the government or your employer might someday say, 'Take a chip or starve."'

Some critics saw the implants as the fulfillment of a biblical prophecy that describes an age of evil in which humans are forced to take the "Mark of the Beast" on their bodies, to buy or sell anything. Others saw it as a big step toward the creation of a Big-Brother society.

"We're really on the verge of creating a surveillance society in America, where every movement, every action - some would even claim, our very thoughts - will be tracked, monitored, recorded and correlated," says Barry Steinhardt, director of the Technology and Liberty Program at the American Civil Liberties Union in Washington, D.C.

In design, the tag is simple: A medical-grade glass capsule holds a silicon computer chip, a copper antenna and a "capacitor" that transmits data stored on the chip when prompted by an electromagnetic reader.

Implantations are quick, relatively simple procedures. After a local anesthetic is administered, a large-gauge, hypodermic needle injects the chip under the skin on the back of the arm, midway between the elbow and the shoulder.

John Halamka, an emergency physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston got chipped two years ago, "so that if I was ever in an accident, and arrived unconscious or incoherent at an emergency ward, doctors could identify me and access my medical history quickly." (A chipped person's medical profile can be continuously updated, since the information is stored on a database accessed via the Internet.)

But it's also clear to Halamka that there are consequences to having an implanted identifier. "My friends have commented to me that I'm 'marked' for life, that I've lost my anonymity. And to be honest, I think they're right."

Indeed, as microchip proponents and detractors readily agree, Americans' mistrust of microchips and technologies like RFID runs deep. Many wonder:

Do the current chips have global positioning transceivers that would allow the government to pinpoint a person's exact location, 24-7? (No; the technology doesn't yet exist.)

But could a tech-savvy stalker rig scanners to video cameras and film somebody each time they entered or left the house? (Quite easily, though not cheaply. Currently, readers cost $300 and up.)

What's the average lifespan of a microchip? (About 10-15 years.) What if you get tired of it before then - can it be easily, painlessly removed? (Short answer: No.)

How about thieves? Could they make their own readers, aim them at unsuspecting individuals, and surreptitiously pluck people's IDs out of their arms? (Yes. There's even a name for it - "spoofing.")

The company that makes implantable microchips for humans, VeriChip Corp., of Delray Beach, Fla., concedes that's a problem - even as it markets its radio tag and its portal scanner as imperatives for high-security buildings, such as nuclear power plants.

"To grab information from radio frequency products with a scanning device is not hard to do," Scott Silverman, the company's chief executive, says. However, "the chip itself only contains a unique, 16-digit identification number. The relevant information is stored on a database."

VeriChip Corp., whose parent company has been selling radio tags for animals for more than a decade, has sold 7,000 microchips worldwide, of which about 2,000 have been implanted in humans.

The company's present push: tagging of "high-risk" patients - diabetics and people with heart conditions or Alzheimer's disease.

In an emergency, hospital staff could wave a reader over a patient's arm, get an ID number, and then, via the Internet, enter a company database and pull up the person's identity and medical history.

To doctors, a "starter kit" - complete with 10 hypodermic syringes, 10 VeriChips and a reader - costs $1,400. To patients, a microchip implant means a $200, out-of-pocket expense to their physician. Presently, chip implants aren't covered by insurance companies, Medicare or Medicaid.

For almost two years, the company has been offering hospitals free scanners, but acceptance has been limited. According to the company, 515 hospitals have pledged to take part in the VeriMed network, yet only 100 have actually been equipped and trained to use the system.

Some wonder why they should abandon noninvasive tags such as MedicAlert, a low-tech bracelet that warns paramedics if patients have serious allergies or a chronic medical condition.

"Having these things under your skin instead of in your back pocket - it's just not clear to me why it's worth the inconvenience," says Westhues.

Silverman responds that an implanted chip is "guaranteed to be with you. It's not a medical arm bracelet that you can take off if you don't like the way it looks..."

In fact, microchips can be removed from the body - but it's not like removing a splinter.

The capsules can migrate around the body or bury themselves deep in the arm. When that happens, a sensor X-ray and monitors are needed to locate the chip, and a plastic surgeon must cut away scar tissue that forms around the chip.

The relative permanence is a big reason why Marc Rotenberg, of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, is suspicious about the motives of the company, which charges $20 a year for customers to keep one its database a record of blood type, allergies, medications, driver's license data and living-will directives. For $80 a year, it will keep an individual's full medical history.

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This article is also discussed in Alan Watt's July 25th blurb "Chertoff's CREATE-ORS of Chaos, Paranoia and Control (http://cuttingthroughthematrix.us/Blurbs/Alan_Watt_Blurb_Chertoff_s_CREATE_ORS_of_Chaos_Par anoia_and_Control_July252007.mp3)" - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_Chertoffs_CREATE_ORS_of_Chaos_Para noia_and_Control_July252007.html).

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:44 PM
Think tank: depopulation, brain-chipping on the horizon (http://parallelnormal.wordpress.com/2007/05/10/us-depopulation-imminent-says-futurist-think-tank/)

http://markbaard.files.wordpress.com/2007/05/memoryextension1.jpg
One of the lucky ones, according to futurists.

An organization headed by a former World Bank president the author of “Future Shock” predicts a dismal future for Americans.

24 million disabled Americans, most suffering from diseases caused by excess consumption, will require special public transportation to go to treatment centers, according to the World Future Society.

The WFS, whose directors include former World Bank president and U.S Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara, and the futurist author Alvin Toffler, also predicts that the able-bodied will flee to other parts of the world, such as China and India, for work.

And healthy or not, young or old, most can look forward to being brain-chipped, and connected permanently to a global computer network, according to the WFS.

The WFS portrays the brain-chipping scenario as one of the few pluses on its list.

More of the WFS’s grim forecasts for the next 25 years: China’s drinking water supply will be virtually depleted, and global warming-generated super storms will cost hundreds of billions of dollars in damages annually.

Link and excerpt, to some of the predictions, are below.

www.wfs.org/next25 (http://www.wfs.org/next25/)

http://www.wfs.org/next25/WFSheader5.gif

Forecasts

#1: Generation Y will migrate heavily overseas.
#2: Dwindling supplies of water in China will impact the global economy.
#3: Workers will increasingly choose more time over more money.
#4: We’ll incorporate wireless technology into our thought processing by 2030.
#5: Children’s “nature deficit disorder” will grow as a health threat.

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Urban wireless to serve intel and PSYOP forces (http://parallelnormal.wordpress.com/2007/07/19/corrupt-city-run-wi-fi-may-serve-intel-and-psyop-forces/)

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The government needs more nodes: Various agencies want to seed cities with wireless networking devices (image from a DOD document).

Despite the high costs and unproven social benefits for municipal broadband, dozens of U.S. cities are ignoring laws banning anti-competitive practices and getting into the internet business.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Defense is planning to build robots that configure themselves into ad hoc wireless networks within urban areas.

City mayors claim they want to provide free and low-cost Wi-Fi access to the poor and attract business travelers. Defense planners say they need to have broadband capabilities in urban war zones.

But rather than closing the “digital divide” (which many academics admit is being exaggerated (http://chronicle.com/free/v48/i11/11a05101.htm)), or providing a redundant service to traveling salesmen, it appears that officials aim to seize control of internet communications and track individuals in urban areas.

Military and law enforcement agencies will also use the wireless networks to stage “hard PSYOP” attacks against a brain-chipped populace, according to historian and commentator Alan Watt (http://cuttingthroughthematrix.com/), who specializes in secret societies and government intelligence operations.

Philadelphia, San Francisco, Houston, and Providence, R.I. are among the cities partnering with private companies and the federal government to set up public broadband internet access. Providence used Homeland Security funds to construct a network for police, which may be made available to the public at a later date.

None of the cities are expected to turn a profit anytime soon. Nor are the poor likely to benefit from the projects.

Subscribers to Philly’s “Wireless Philadelphia” service, for example, will pay up to 73 percent more than the rate promised to them two years ago.

“(Philadelphia) presented dangerously inaccurate estimates and figures for the costs and revenue” for its wireless network, according to a recent analysis (http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~cyberlaw/wiki/index.php/Cities_should_not_get_involved_in_the_implementati on_of_a_wireless_network_because_it_diverts_public _funds_from_other_projects,_it_creates_unfair_comp etition_in_the_broadband_market,_and_it_has_proven _to_be_unsuccessful_in_other_cities.) by students at Harvard Law School.

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Seeding: The DOD envisions soldiers dropping robots into cities. The robots will self-configure into what are known as “mesh networks.”

City officials have managed to line their own pockets, however.

Philadelphia’s former chief information officer, Dianah Neff (below, left), now works for Civitium (http://www.kyw1060.com/pages/93633.php?contentType=4&contentId=213825), the consulting firm she paid $300,000 to help build Philly’s Wi-Fi network.

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Denise Brady, San Francisco’s former deputy CIO, also took a position with Civitium after bringing the firm her city’s business.

San Franciscans might actually lose more than money to their city’s muni Wi-Fi scheme.

Google and Earthlink, the companies building San Francisco’s Wi-Fi network, want to place cameras and sensors atop lampposts at the same time they are installing their Wi-Fi antennae. The companies say they merely want to help police and emergency workers.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU have opposed (http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/archives/004078.php) such police/public proposals.

But even if the cities fail to complete their Wi-Fi projects, the military will be able to set up wireless networks within hours, perhaps even faster.

The DOD, which is in the middle of joint urban war-games (http://www.jfcom.mil/about/experiments/nobleresolve.html) with Homeland Security and Canadian, Israeli and other international forces, is experimenting with Wi-Fi networks it can set up on the fly.

According to a recent DOD announcement for contractors, soldiers will be able to drop robots, called LANdroids (below, left), when they arrive in a city. The robots will then scurry off to position themselves, becoming nodes for a wireless communications network. (Click here (http://parallelnormal.files.wordpress.com/2007/07/07-46_pip.pdf) to download a PDF of the DOD announcement.)

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The Wi-Fi antennae dotting the urban landscape will serve not only as communications relays, but as transponders that can pinpoint the exact positions of of individual computers and mobile phones–a scenario I described (http://www.boston.com/business/personaltech/articles/2006/05/15/turning_ashes_into_space_dust/) in the Boston Globe last year.

In other words, where GPS loses site of a device (and its owner), Wi-Fi will pick up the trail.

The antennae will also relay orders to the brain-chipped masses, members of the British Ministry of Defense and the DOD (http://leav-www.army.mil/fmso/documents/InfoWar.pdf) believe.

“We already are evolving toward technology implanting,” reads a 1996 Air Force report (https://www.maxwell.af.mil/au/2025/volume3/chap02/v3c2-4.htm).

People, already conditioned to receiving biological agents such as flu shots in their bodies, will welcome brain chips that promise to help them control technology, the Air Force report says.

Indeed, Alan Watt believes one of the purposes of muni Wi-Fi and LANdroids will be to disseminate commands and propaganda directly into the human brain.

Tracking and control of information via wireless networks are just the beginning, Watt said. “The implanted chip will be the end goal.”

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matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:46 PM
Revolution, flashmobs, and brain chips. A grim vision of the future (http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2007/apr/09/frontpagenews.news)

Richard Norton-Taylor
The Guardian (http://www.guardian.co.uk/) Monday April 9 2007

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Information chips implanted in the brain. Electromagnetic pulse weapons. The middle classes becoming revolutionary, taking on the role of Marx's proletariat. The population of countries in the Middle East increasing by 132%, while Europe's drops as fertility falls. "Flashmobs" - groups rapidly mobilised by criminal gangs or terrorists groups.

This is the world in 30 years' time envisaged by a Ministry of Defence team responsible for painting a picture of the "future strategic context" likely to face Britain's armed forces. It includes an "analysis of the key risks and shocks". Rear Admiral Chris Parry, head of the MoD's Development, Concepts & Doctrine Centre which drew up the report, describes the assessments as "probability-based, rather than predictive".

The 90-page report comments on widely discussed issues such as the growing economic importance of India and China, the militarisation of space, and even what it calls "declining news quality" with the rise of "internet-enabled, citizen-journalists" and pressure to release stories "at the expense of facts". It includes other, some frightening, some reassuring, potential developments that are not so often discussed.

New weapons

An electromagnetic pulse will probably become operational by 2035 able to destroy all communications systems in a selected area or be used against a "world city" such as an international business service hub. The development of neutron weapons which destroy living organs but not buildings "might make a weapon of choice for extreme ethnic cleansing in an increasingly populated world". The use of unmanned weapons platforms would enable the "application of lethal force without human intervention, raising consequential legal and ethical issues". The "explicit use" of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons and devices delivered by unmanned vehicles or missiles.

Technology

By 2035, an implantable "information chip" could be wired directly to the brain. A growing pervasiveness of information communications technology will enable states, terrorists or criminals, to mobilise "flashmobs", challenging security forces to match this potential agility coupled with an ability to concentrate forces quickly in a small area.

Marxism

"The middle classes could become a revolutionary class, taking the role envisaged for the proletariat by Marx," says the report. The thesis is based on a growing gap between the middle classes and the super-rich on one hand and an urban under-class threatening social order: "The world's middle classes might unite, using access to knowledge, resources and skills to shape transnational processes in their own class interest". Marxism could also be revived, it says, because of global inequality. An increased trend towards moral relativism and pragmatic values will encourage people to seek the "sanctuary provided by more rigid belief systems, including religious orthodoxy and doctrinaire political ideologies, such as popularism and Marxism".

Pressures leading to social unrest

By 2010 more than 50% of the world's population will be living in urban rather than rural environments, leading to social deprivation and "new instability risks", and the growth of shanty towns. By 2035, that figure will rise to 60%. Migration will increase. Globalisation may lead to levels of international integration that effectively bring inter-state warfare to an end. But it may lead to "inter-communal conflict" - communities with shared interests transcending national boundaries and resorting to the use of violence.

Population and Resources

The global population is likely to grow to 8.5bn in 2035, with less developed countries accounting for 98% of that. Some 87% of people under the age of 25 live in the developing world. Demographic trends, which will exacerbate economic and social tensions, have serious implications for the environment - including the provision of clean water and other resources - and for international relations. The population of sub-Saharan Africa will increase over the period by 81%, and that of Middle Eastern countries by 132%.

The Middle East

The massive population growth will mean the Middle East, and to a lesser extent north Africa, will remain highly unstable, says the report. It singles out Saudi Arabia, the most lucrative market for British arms, with unemployment levels of 20% and a "youth bulge" in a state whose population has risen from 7 million to 27 million since 1980. "The expectations of growing numbers of young people [in the whole region] many of whom will be confronted by the prospect of endemic unemployment ... are unlikely to be met," says the report.

Islamic militancy

Resentment among young people in the face of unrepresentative regimes "will find outlets in political militancy, including radical political Islam whose concept of Umma, the global Islamic community, and resistance to capitalism may lie uneasily in an international system based on nation-states and global market forces", the report warns. The effects of such resentment will be expressed through the migration of youth populations and global communications, encouraging contacts between diaspora communities and their countries of origin.

Tension between the Islamic world and the west will remain, and may increasingly be targeted at China "whose new-found materialism, economic vibrancy, and institutionalised atheism, will be an anathema to orthodox Islam".

Iran

Iran will steadily grow in economic and demographic strength and its energy reserves and geographic location will give it substantial strategic leverage. However, its government could be transformed. "From the middle of the period," says the report, "the country, especially its high proportion of younger people, will want to benefit from increased access to globalisation and diversity, and it may be that Iran progressively, but unevenly, transforms...into a vibrant democracy."

Terrorism

Casualties and the amount of damage inflicted by terrorism will stay low compared to other forms of coercion and conflict. But acts of extreme violence, supported by elements within Islamist states, with media exploitation to maximise the impact of the "theatre of violence" will persist. A "terrorist coalition", the report says, including a wide range of reactionary and revolutionary rejectionists such as ultra-nationalists, religious groupings and even extreme environmentalists, might conduct a global campaign of greater intensity".

Climate change

There is "compelling evidence" to indicate that climate change is occurring and that the atmosphere will continue to warm at an unprecedented rate throughout the 21st century. It could lead to a reduction in north Atlantic salinity by increasing the freshwater runoff from the Arctic. This could affect the natural circulation of the north Atlantic by diminishing the warming effect of ocean currents on western Europe. "The drop in temperature might exceed that of the miniature ice age of the 17th and 18th centuries."

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Alan Watt (http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6117) has discussed this article in one of his blurbs: April 13, 2007 Alan Watt - "Pathocrats' Conspiracy AGENDA for Upcoming Generation" (from Ministry of Defence)" (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/Blurbs/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PathocratsConspiracyAgena_April132 007.mp3) - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PathocratsConspiracyAgena_April132 007.html)

UK DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DOCUMENT (pdf)
Titled - DCDC Global Strategic Trends Programme 2007-2036
(DCDC) stands for Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/articles/strat_trends_23jan07.pdf)
This is the DOD Document Alan has spoken about many times in his blurbs and as a guest host.

And here is a video corresponding to the Alan Watt blurb (http://video.google.co.uk/url?docid=-4543855892537509598&esrc=sr7&ev=v&q=alan%2Bwatt&srcurl=http%3A%2F%2Fvideo.google.co.uk%2Fvideoplay %3Fdocid%3D-4543855892537509598&vidurl=%2Fvideoplay%3Fdocid%3D-4543855892537509598%26q%3Dalan%2Bwatt%26total%3D12 5%26start%3D0%26num%3D10%26so%3D0%26type%3Dsearch% 26plindex%3D6&usg=AL29H21u8Wo3AvkuEEStG7o71WeLqW9Z8w) above.

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:51 PM
US report foretells of brave new world
By Nathan Cochrane
July 23 2002 (http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/07/20/1026898931815.html)

A draft government report says we will alter human evolution within 20 years by combining what we know of nanotechnology, biotechnology, IT and cognitive sciences. The 405-page report sponsored by the US National Science Foundation and Commerce Department, Converging Technologies for Improving Human Performance, calls for a broad-based research program to improve human performance leading to telepathy, machine-to-human communication, amplified personal sensory devices and enhanced intellectual capacity.

People may download their consciousnesses into computers or other bodies even on the other side of the solar system, or participate in a giant "hive mind", a network of intelligences connected through ultra-fast communications networks. "With knowledge no longer encapsulated in individuals, the distinction between individuals and the entirety of humanity would blur," the report says. "Think Vulcan mind-meld. We would perhaps become more of a hive mind - an enormous, single, intelligent entity."

Armies may one day be fielded by machines that think for themselves while devices will respond to soldiers' commands before their thoughts are fully formed, it says. The report says the abilities are within our grasp but will require an intense public-relations effort to "prepare key organisations and societal activities for the changes made possible by converging technologies", and to counter concern over "ethical, legal and moral" issues. Education should be overhauled down to the primary-school level to bridge curriculum gaps between disparate subject areas.

Professional societies should be open to practitioners from other fields, it says. "The success of this convergent-technologies priority area is crucial to the future of humanity," the report says. wtec.org/ConvergingTechnologies/Report/NBIC-pre-publication.pdf

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The article above mentions a 405-page report sponsored by "The US National Science Foundation and Commerce Department, Converging Technologies for Improving Human Performance."
NBIC 405-page report (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/articles/NBIC_pre_publication.pdf) (PDF - 7MB)
(NBIC = Nano Bio Info Cogno)

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:52 PM
Pentagon to implant microchips in soldiers' brains (http://pressesc.com/news/80530072007/pentagon-implant-microchips-soldiers-brains)

The Department of Defense is planning to implant microchips in soldiers' brains for monitoring their health information, and has already awarded a $1.6 million contract to the Center for Bioelectronics, Biosensors and Biochips (C3B) (http://www.clemson.edu/c3b/projects.html) at Clemson University for the development of an implantable "biochip".

Soldiers fear that the biochip, about the size of a grain of rice, which measures and relays information on soldiers vital signs 24 hours a day, can be used to put them under surveillance even when they are off duty.

But Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, C3B director and Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Bioengineering claims the that the invivo biosensors will save lives as first responders to the trauma scene could inject the biochip into the wounded victim and gather data almost immediately.

He believes that the device has other long-term potential applications, such as monitoring astronauts’ vital signs during long-duration space flights and reading blood-sugar levels for diabetics.

“We now lose a large percentage of patients to bleeding, and getting vital information such as how much oxygen is in the tissue back to ER physicians and medical personnel can often mean the difference between life and death,” said Guiseppi-Elie. “Our goal is to improve the quality and expediency of care for fallen soldiers and civilian trauma victims.” The biochip also may be injected as a precaution to future traumas."

Clemson scientists have formulated a gel that mimics human tissue and reduces the chances of the body rejecting the biochip, which has been a problem in the past.

The researcher predicts the biochip is five years away from human trials, and the DoD could start implanting microchips in soldiers bodies soon after.

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:53 PM
Bush Wants Microchipped Society (http://rinf.com/alt-news/surveillance-big-brother/bush-wants-microchipped-society/1012/)

The Bush administration tells us the main reason for warrantless wiretapping and searches is, warrantless searches and spying are necessary in order to keep us safe from the terrorist. They imply if we don’t have anything to hide it should not matter if they conduct warrantless searches and that no mater what political party happens to be in power, now or in the future, that this newly granted authority will not be misused. This same line of thinking is parroted mainly by the conservative, bootlicking pundits, bloggers and by what has become known as the graduates of the Joseph Goebbels School of Broadcasting and Propaganda on talk radio.

The intelligence communities involvement in warrantless searches by intercepting and monitoring generated signals (energy) such as email, faxes, etc., has a long history that is steeped in ongoing fraud and conspiracy.

Back in 1981 I was involved in a secret government black budget program to intercept and monitor (without a warrant) people’s thoughts. Basically what they were doing was they were intercepting and monitoring the signal (energy) that is generated by the brain, when a person has thoughts. That was documented to some degree through ABC News 20/20, when they stumbled onto their black budget project.

When Geraldo Rivera was at ABC News 20/20 back in the 70’s he interviewed some people that went to a land development in northwest Arkansas, called Holiday Island Suburban Improvement District (Holiday Island was at one time or another connected with, McCulloch Properties, Pratt Properties, Pratt Holding Company, MCO Properties, MCO Resorts, MCO Holdings, and others, see section below titled MCO Properties and Charles Hurwitz).

The people Geraldo interviewed on 20/20 claimed they signed some papers at Holiday Island that they had not read, lost everything they had including homes if they owned homes, cars, businesses, they even lost their identity, as they had no records in government databases, such as drivers licenses, birth certificates, marriage licenses, etc., after having signed papers at Holiday Island, and they also claimed they never got their day in court, and all they were left with was their Bibles. The people that were being interviewed also claimed they could work but didn’t get to keep their pay if they were paid by check, and that people from Holiday Island kept doing things to them that made them paranoid. Bagabonds without a home is what I think Geraldo referred to the Holiday Island victims as, Geraldo tried to confront someone that was connected with Holiday Island, about all this. Their comment was, no comment.

Wireless Surveillance
Microchipped Guinea Pigs

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At one time Holiday Island had a fair amount of people touring their property, from all over the country. One would naturally assume that the people Geraldo was interviewing on 20/20, that claimed the people from Holiday Island “kept doing things to them that made them paranoid”, came from various parts of the country. That means that whoever it was, doing things to these people, as they claimed, had a large network of people working with them or for them.

In 1981 they were still presenting documents at Holiday Island for those people that they singled out, that was written in a secret code or foreign language, (note the people Geraldo interviewed claimed they signed papers at Holiday Island that they had not read) and they told people, something along the lines that implied it was to verify who you are. No one said, if you sign this your giving up your rights, freedoms, liberties, access to the courts, property, privacy, volunteering into a black-op experiment to monitor your thoughts, and you agree to keep this secret, etc., etc.

People would naturally be very suspicious and think it very odd to say the least, if they were signing papers written in English, to buy property, and then someone came up with a paper for them to sign that was written in some sort of secret code or foreign language, that they could not make out by reading it. There would be very few people that would ever sign such a paper, under those circumstances, of their own free will and accord and no reasonable person would expect, under normal conditions, that anyone presented with such a paper or document would sign it.

At one time Holiday Island would give you $50.00 and a night’s lodging in a motel if you agreed to take a tour of their property. What I recall was, the paid for motel office was not opened for the most part, as if they didn’t want any other guests or business. The motel didn’t appear to have anyone else staying there or very few people if any, even though it was in the middle of tourist season. The motel was located in the tourist town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

They isolated their patsy that they singled out for a reason. More than likely, so they could implant them with a microchip. Then they continued their fraud and conspiracy to cover that up, in case they were ever exposed, by hypnotizing their victim, so they would sign a paper the next day at Holiday Island, that was written in a foreign language or some sort of secret code that I referred to above, and was substantiated through ABC’s 20/20, on the show in question, when the people they interviewed stated that “they had signed papers at Holiday Island that they had not read”.

You might find it interesting to know that shortly after having visited Holiday Island in 1981, I noticed a mark that looks like a scar, that was caused by a fairly deep cut, on my right hand, below my little finger. But I never cut myself there.

Adventures With The Spooks

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My experience and adventure in dealing with Holiday Island and those connected with it, are somewhat different, than the people that were interviewed by ABC News 20/20, regarding that land development in Arkansas, in part for the following reasons. When I went to Holiday Island in 1981 I had forgotten that I saw the ABC News show about Holiday Island. Driving back to Kansas from Holiday Island I remembered that Holiday Island was documented by ABC News 20/20. Once they realized that I knew that, they more than likely were somewhat spooked.

Shortly after having visited Holiday Island I found a note in my apartment saying something along the line that the objective was to create paranoia and it was signed CEPO. Rather that was the actual name of the program or operation they were using, or rather CEPO was being used as a cover in case they were ever exposed, I don’t know.

It was several years later while looking things up on the internet I came across someone with a private business, that claimed in his qualifications that he had at one time worked as a contractor in a CIA program called CEPO and that program had to do with detecting rather or not a person was telling the truth. Regardless of that, I thought they were monitoring my thoughts, from almost the very beginning, from the way they were acting and what they were doing, It wasn’t that hard to figure out they were trying to screw with my mind by what they were doing and the means they had to do it with.

If you think about what I just said, it fits in with what the people Geraldo interviewed said, when they claimed that “the people from Holiday Island kept doing things to them that made them paranoid”. That’s makes sense, because if someone knew your every thought and knew your every move because they were intercepting and monitoring your thoughts and decided to use psychology on you, it would naturally make you paranoid as they played with your mind, played on your fears, etc., as they tried to control and manipulate you.

As far as the vanishing documents that disappeared out of the government databases, the only way I have ever heard of (from experts) to get to get records (such as birth certificates, etc,.) out of government databases, like the Holiday Island victims claimed on ABC News 20/20, is to expatriate (to leave one’s own country, banish, exile, to withdraw (oneself) from residence in or allegiance to one’s native country, also : to renounce allegiance to one’s native country) from America.

The people that would have benefited the most and had the means to make the Holiday Island victims files vanish out of the governments databases, would have been the CIA. If they were ever exposed, they could then claim that the people they were intercepting while monitoring their thoughts without a warrant, were not really American citizens and they had a document that was signed by the alleged victims to prove it, and therefore, they were not violating constitutional protected rights of American citizens. Being the CIA has never been required to reveal their methods, they would not have to explain how they obtained the document from the alleged victims.

The number one suspect behind this illegal, unethical, secret operation that I write about and that was substantiated through ABC News 20/20 when they stumbled onto them, would be the CIA and their network.

From known facts, the most reasonable, logical explanation for what happened to Holiday Island victims was, the CIA was using American citizens to test their thought monitoring technology on, in an experiment or program. They were using the land development to work out of and were using the land sale transaction as a cover for their operation.


The New World Order Network

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Whatever Holiday Island was at the time, or the companies that owned or controlled it, they were not afraid of the Arkansas government or the Federal Government coming after them, even after having been investigated by the Federal government and after having been exposed on national television by ABC News 20/20 when they stumbled on to them and documented Holiday Island back in the 70’s. That should tell you something.

It should be obvious by now, that the CIA and their network were not afraid of the oversight committees (a dog and pony show for the American people) that was set up in the 70’s to watch over the intelligence community around the same time this black budget program appears to have first come online.

So you have the CIA with its documented sordid past of being involved in, overthrowing governments, assassinations, drug running, spying on Americans, conducting human experimentation, corroborating with Nazi war criminals, working with mobsters, money laundering, and here recently being involved in the medieval practice of torture, sneaking around in society for 30 or so years, while having technology to monitor people’s thoughts, building up a network, while hiding behind a cloak of secrecy,

They used their thought monitoring technology to build up their network, by screwing with people’s minds and terrorizing them in order to manipulate them to do their bidding. Blackmailing others they found useful to further their cause, along with a segment of evil like minded defects they chose to let in their plot.

These people prey on society like a dangerous spreading cancer. Although their network that I and others talk about and warn you about seems to be made up of a wide cross section of the population, some of the most useful individuals that make up their network, that they use to mold society to their liking, are judges, politicians, civil servants, military officers, a segment of the intelligence community, and of course the press.

Later on in order to legitimize their covert operation and bring online their technologies for the surveillance society, they (the secret network within the Government and their comrades) staged and/or let 9/11 happen. Then they passed dangerous, draconian legislation trampling the Bill of Rights, the Constitution and the rule of law and started a Global Never Ending War on Terror, that in truth, in fact, in reality, rests and is based on a foundation of lies and fraud.

These people are best described as double traitors. Not only are they traitors to their own country, they are also traitors to the human race that they seek to control, enslave, and exterminate.

Common sense should tell you that they never would have tried to pull off the made for tv attack on September 11, 2001 on the World Trade Center had they not of had an embedded network in place to make sure the event happened, the personnel in place to suppress and cover up what really happened, and the means to put out prolonged propaganda in the form of spin and disinformation in order to keep the public distracted, misinformed, dumbed down, confused and terrorized by their continual fear mongering.

Considering the fact that the illegal Iran Contra affair, (known as the secret government within the government) was trading guns for drugs and went on for five years before it became known and it involved 1000’s of participants, it should not be difficult to fathom what I said above about having a secret network in place to cover for the real criminals that had most to gain from such an event.

Media Black-Out

What Holiday Island is today, the companies that owned it or were connected with it, or who owns it today, etc., etc. I don’t know, but when that story first broke on ABC News 20/20, in the 70’s, it must of been the buzz, in the political circles of Arkansas, as you can imagine.

Several years back I called what I was led to believe was the producers office for ABC News 20/20 and told them about the show in question and had them check their files to find out when it was aired. After a few minutes the person came back on the phone and said, she could not find information on it because she didn’t know what that show was categorized under.

In the mean time, you have Mrs. Clinton running for president and the controlled media spiking this story, in their attempt to fool the American public into thinking they are going to get something different and better, rather than the conservative neocons if they vote for Mrs. Clinton. In reality, if Mrs. Clinton becomes President the American people are going to get another person with very strong CIA ties, that is of the same ilk as Bush - Cheney.

Then there was the time I tried to contact ABC News about Holiday Island. As I remember it sometime around August or September of 1981 and I was planning on calling American Broadcasting Corporation in New York in regards to Holiday Island, being 20/20 did a report on them. I called information (or what I thought was information) to get their New York phone number and information told me the number was something like 212- blank, blank, blank, 2020. I thought it somewhat odd at the time, that they would have a main phone number that ended with 2020, plus it spooked me at the time because I thought the people connected with Holiday Island knew I was trying to give ABC News more information on Holiday Island and they were trying to prevent that from happening. So I called back, told information again what I was wanting and this time they gave me a different phone number for ABC. After that number was dialed and connection was made a lady answered by saying “American Broadcasting Corporation.” I then changed my mind and decided to give the lady I was talking to the name of the Holiday Island agent I dealt with when I was there in July of that year and asked to speak to him. After I did that the lady seemed startled and said “you want to talk to who.” I then told her his name again and she said “ah, ah, ah,” then she snapped off “just a minute.” Then there was a oddball click that I have never heard before then silence then another click then more silence. Anyway after all that happened, I hung up because I believed they had intercepted that call and I was not really talking to anyone from the American Broadcasting Corporation.

The lady may have gotten somewhat confused when I asked to speak to the agent from Holiday Island because if these implants work like I think they do, what they were using to pick up the generated thought signals of others has a strong, sensitive receiving mechanism and at the time there was someone standing in close proximity to me. That’s what may have confused her, because she was also picking up his generated thoughts even though he wasn’t chipped. If that’s true, that would mean that not only did those that they chip have their rights violated, but also anyone that was in close proximity to them.


In Typical Clinton Fashion Hillary Denies, Denies, Denies

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On July 18, 2006 I posted a article on the internet titled “Warrantless Spy Program Monitoring People’s Thoughts”. On July 21, New York Daily News published a article titled “Hil frets chips will be put in kids’ brains”. The article quotes Mrs. Clinton “At the rate that technology is advancing, people will be implanting chips in our children to advertise directly into their brains and tell them what kind of products to buy”. The New York Democrat said the country was performing a “massive experiment”…..

I can’t help but wonder, what would the odds be of Hillary Clinton talking about such obscure subjects as implanting chips in people’s brains, virtual slaves and massive experiments being performed on Americans, just hours after that post appeared?

I won’t be surprised if one day someone discovered that their secret network (secret society) uses the press to pass coded directions or information to their fellow comrades in their network. I’ve read main stream news articles on how they could do that through the press. That would not be the first time in history that something like that happened.


Why Am I Now The Only One Talking About This?

Did the people interviewed on 20/20 in regards to the program in question, die mysteriously, and under questionable circumstances, like so many other people that the Clinton’s were associated with? Arkan-cided is what some people call it, or CIA-cided like others say, because there is not really any difference between the two. Perhaps the reason other people are not talking about this matter any more is, they were driven insane by the unregulated mind manipulators and their candy store of hidden technology. Perhaps some of their early victims may have been recruited into their network, that I talk about and that is why they are not talking any more?

The only people that would truly consider me a threat of any kind, would be the network or maybe a better term would be secret society that I write about and try to warn you about.

Bush Administration Warrantless Spy Program - A Trojan Horse

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Regardless of what The Bush Administration says on alleged changes to their Warrantless Wiretapping, the facts remain that the Eschalon Spy Program has been around long before the War On Terrorism began, intercepting, phone calls, faxes, email, without a warrant. Also the Israeli back door into the phone system, that was documented on Fox News when they did a 4 part series on the largest spy ring ever uncovered in America, can be used to spy on Americans. So you might ask yourself, being Bush and his comrades already are monitoring and intercepting phone calls, email and faxes, what were they really up to?

I would say, based on my experience and on what other people have said along these lines, along with other factors, that the Bush administration through their warrantless wiretapping program are more than likely trying to legitimize what their secret network has been doing all along. That is, monitoring people’s thoughts without a warrant, by intercepting generated signals.

I am trying to point out, through this article, that these people, no mater who they are, have already misused this technology against American citizens and this has gone on in administration after administration and the dangers that can cause to a free society.

If they could sneak up on those Holiday Island victims that were documented by ABC News 20/20, (and others) through stealth, and monitor their thoughts. the question begs to be asked, will they be able to some day sneak up on the rest of the American people, somehow? If they are ever able to do that, it won’t mater how repressive the government gets. If they know your every thought and move, it would make it rather futile to resist, unless there was a way to cloak your thoughts or something along those lines. Being they already have a documented history of trying to sneak up on other people, one would assume that would be their preferred method of operation to implement their technology.

Perhaps with advancements in this 30+ year old technology that they have, they will be able to turn people into virtual human slaves? That may not be as far out as you think considering that the Washington Post has published a article titled “Mind Games” that claims the military is working on such types of technology.

In official documents such as Air Force 2025, they admit they want a micro chipped society. The cutting edge of this technology now appears to have evolved toward smart dust devices that are tiny wireless microelectromechanical sensors (MEMS) that can detect everything from light to vibrations. Thanks to recent breakthroughs in silicon and fabrication techniques, these “motes” could eventually be the size of a grain of sand, though each would contain sensors, computing circuits, bidirectional wireless communications technology and a power supply. If their telling us about all that, what else aren’t they telling us about and hiding behind a cloak of national security?

The security they talk about is in reality, security for themselves, their friends, their embedded political cronies and network, for they can use thought monitoring technology to enrich themselves, in the hopes of enslaving America and then ultimately the world, through their contrived wars, emergencies, dangers and fear mongering, before more people wake up to their evil scams, crimes, fraud, conspiracies and treason.

If they were truly worried about terrorist attacking America again, they never would have left the borders wide open for the last 6 years and let millions and millions of illegal, undocumented people from all over the world enter this country. Anyone with even a little bit of common sense should be able to see that.

The people that George Bush and his ilk truly perceive as being the most dangerous, are individuals like me, that are putting out info bombs like this article, trying to wake up others to the truth by exposing The New World Order and their crimes, frauds, conspiracies and treachery.

Why I Write About This

Basically I am just corroborating what has already been documented to some extent, through ABC News 20/20 and the people they interviewed, and expanding on what they didn’t tell and/or didn’t know at the time, when the stumbled on to what has all the hallmarks of a secret black budget, illegal, covert, unethical, operation.

Hopefully by me writing about this, and telling what I know, it will encourage others that have knowledge about this matter to step forward. I also hope that other truth seekers also research this matter for themselves and hopefully help expose what’s going on and/or expand on this research, because this is one of the most vital issues of are time and has enormous implications. Hopefully by exposing their evil plot it will ultimately help make the world a safer, better place, not only for us now here, but also for future generations yet to come.

I am just an average Joe, that loves life, it’s wonders, beauty, freedom, liberty, privacy and our beloved Republic, and expect good, honest government, and do not like or appreciate other people’s sorry attempt to get me caught up in their ongoing frauds and conspiracies against myself and/or others, by keeping quite about this.

What qualifies me to tell you what I think about all this and give you my opinion about this, is the fact that I saw the ABC News 20/20 show documenting what I consider to be a slam dunk, government, black budget operation dealing with the subject at hand - That I was at Holiday Island in 1981 - And that I have off and on over the last 26 or so years had to deal with these people, their network, secret society, or whatever you want to call them.

To those of you that have linked to or reposted this article, in it’s various forms over the last year or so, let me say thank you. Good job! To those of you that have read this article and have not heeded this warning, you’re playing into The New World Order’s hands. Don’t say you have not been warned!

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:57 PM
Tag elderly people, says science minister (http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/politics/article2463507.ece)

PA
Published: 19 April 2007

Elderly people should be "tagged" to enable the authorities to keep tabs on them, a government minister suggested today.

Science minister Malcolm Wicks said satellite technology could be used to allow families to monitor frail or elderly relatives, it was reported today.

According to the Mirror newspaper, Mr Wicks said many families worried about elderly relatives or "what's happening about an 80 or 90-year-old who may have Alzheimer's", and using the technology could let them know their loved one was safe.

Mr Wicks said: "Satellites currently monitor the planet in a variety of different ways. I'm raising this as an issue for discussion. Are there other uses of technology that could benefit society?

"We've got an ageing population with many people frail and many suffering from dementia, including Alzheimer's.

"How can we get the balance right so that these people have the freedom to live their lives, to go out in the community and go shopping?"

Similar technology is used to "tag" and keep track of convicted criminals who have been released from prison.

Paul Bates, a spokesman for charity Help the Aged, said he did not rule out Mr Wicks' suggestion.

"As long as this is sensibly handled, modern technology can play an important role in securing dignity for vulnerable older people," he said.

"Help the Aged would not dismiss this out of hand and we would not want to label this as 'tagging'. What this potentially could be is modern technology being used to bring reassurance and stability for families with vulnerable older relatives."


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Interfaith Vigil Saturday To Protest VeriChipping Of Alzheimer's Patients (http://rense.com/general76/interf.htm)
From Katherine Albrecht
SpyChips.com
5-8-7

International consumer group CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering) will hold a march and prayer vigil this Saturday to protest a plan to inject VeriChip microchip implants into 200 Alzheimer's Community Care, Inc, patients. The interfaith event will be held outside of the Alzheimer's Community Care facility in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Planners hope the event will enlighten caregivers to the serious medical and societal downsides of the VeriChip and encourage them to rethink using elderly dementia patients as research subjects to test the controversial product.

The VeriChip implant is a glass encapsulated RFID tag that is injected into the flesh to uniquely number and identify people. The tag can be read by radio waves from a few inches away. The device is being marketed as a way to link to medical records, access secure areas, and serve as a payment instrument when associated with a credit card or pre-paid account.

Although the VeriChip Corporation emphasizes that its chip should always be strictly voluntary, many question the ethics of conducting medical research on mentally impaired individuals. Alzheimer's patients cannot understand the risks associated with being microchipped and therefore cannot give fully informed consent. According to the FDA, risks associated with the VeriChip include MRI incompatibility, electrical hazard, and adverse tissue reaction, to name just a few.

"We have an obligation to protect vulnerable members of society from being used as guinea pigs for controversial medical research," said CASPIAN founder and director Dr. Katherine Albrecht. "The vast majority of Americans object to human microchipping, and it is likely these Alzheimer's patients would feel the same way if they could speak for themselves."

Albrecht compared the large-scale chip implantation plans to an assembly line that would render elderly patients scannable "like bar-coded packages of meat," adding that the societal implications of such a move would be chilling.

"Whether Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, B'hai, or atheist, no one likes the idea of being forcibly tracked and monitored by implantable technology without their express consent," she said.

VeriChip Corporation has been very unsuccessful in its bids to chip humans to date. In fact, only about 250 individuals, most associated with the company in some way, have been chipped since the VeriChip was first brought to market in 2001. The Alzheimer's study would boost that number to over 650, a move possibly designed to help reassure investors in the beleaguered company. VeriChip posted a $3 million loss last quarter, the latest in a steady series of multi-million dollar losses.

Event details:

March and Interfaith Prayer Vigil to Protect the Vulnerable Saturday, May 12, 2007 West Palm Beach, Florida 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM * Pre-Event Presentation and Book Signing by RFID Expert Dr. Katherine Albrecht 10:00-12:00 * Peaceful March to Alzheimer's Community Care and Prayer Vigil 1:00-3:00

For more information, visit www.AntiChips.com.

ABOUT CASPIAN

CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering) is a grass-roots consumer group fighting retail surveillance schemes since 1999 and irresponsible RFID use since 2002. With thousands of members in all 50 U.S. states and over 30 countries worldwide, CASPIAN seeks to educate consumers about marketing strategies that invade their privacy and encourage privacy-conscious shopping habits across the retail spectrum.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE AN INTERVIEW, PLEASE CONTACT: Katherine Albrecht ([email protected]) 877-287-5854 ext. 1 or Liz McIntyre ([email protected]) 877-287-5854 ext. 2

See: www.spychips.com

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 05:58 PM
Microchip Mind Control, Implants And Cybernetics (http://www.rense.com/general17/imp.htm)
12-6-1

Actual 1974 Congressional Testimony of Dr. Jose Delgado -

"We need a program of PSYCHOSURGERY for POLITICAL CONTROL of our society. The purpose is PHYSICAL CONTROL OF THE MIND. Everyone who deviates from the given norm can be SURGICALLY MUTILATED.

"The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective.

"Man does NOT HAVE THE RIGHT to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must ELECTRICALLY CONTROL THE BRAIN. Some day armies and generals will be controlled by electric stimulation of the brain."

Dr. Jose M.R. Delgado Director of Neuropsychiatry Yale University Medical School Congressional Record, No. 26, Vol. 118 February 24, 1974

(Author of "PHYSICAL CONTROL OF THE MIND" 1969)

The following article was originally published in the 36th-year edition of the Finnish-language journal, SPEKULA (3rd Quarter, 1999). SPEKULA is a publication of Northern Finland medical students and doctors of Oulu University OLK (OULUN LAAKETIETEELLINEN KILTA).


MICROCHIP IMPLANTS, MINDCONTROL AND CYBERNETICS

By Rauni-Leena Luukanen-Kilde, MD Former Chief Medical Officer of Finland

In 1948 Norbert Weiner published a book, CYBERNETICS, defined as a neurological communication and control theory already in use in small circles at that time. Yoneji Masuda, "Father of Information Society," stated his concern in 1980 that our liberty is threatened Orwellian-style by cybernetic technology totally unknown to most people. This technology links the brains of people via implanted microchips to satellites controlled by ground-based super-computers.

The first brain implants were surgically inserted in 1874 in the state of Ohio, U.S.A., and also in Stockholm, Sweden. Brain electrodes were inserted into the skulls of babies in 1946 without the knowledge of their parents. In the 50's and 60's, electrical implants were inserted into the brains of animals and humans, especially in the U.S., during research into behavior modification, and brain and body functioning. Mind control (MC) methods were used in attempt to change human behavior and attitudes. Influencing brain functions became an important goal of military and intelligence services.

Thirty years ago brain implants showed up in xrays the size of one centimeter. Subsequent implants shrunk to the size of a grain of rice. They were made of silicon, later still of gallium arsenide. Today they are small enough to be inserted into the neck or back, and also intraven-ously in different parts of the body during surgical operations, with or without the consent of the subject. It is now almost impossible to detect or remove them.

It is technically possible for every newborn to be injected with a micro-chip, which could then function to identify the person for the rest of his or her life. Such plans are secretly being discussed in the U.S. without any public airing of the privacy issues involved. In Sweden, Prime Minister Olof Palme gave permission in 1973 to implant prisoners, and Data Inspection's ex-Director General Jan Freese revealed that nursing-home patients were implanted in the mid- 1980's. The technology is revealed in the 1972:47 Swedish state report, STATENS OFFICIELLA UTRADNINGER (SOU).

Implanted human beings can be followed anywhere. Their brain functions can then be remotely monitored by supercomputers and even altered through the changing of frequencies. Guinea-pigs in secret experiments have in-cluded prisoners, soldiers, mental patients, handicapped children, deaf and blind people, homosexuals, single women, the elderly, school children and any group of people considered "marginal" by the elite experimenters. The published experiences of prisoners in Utah State Prison, for example, are shocking to the conscience.

Today's microchips operate by means of low-frequency radio waves that target them. With the help of satellites, the implanted person can be tracked anywhere on the globe. Such a technique was among a number tested in the Iraq war, according to Dr. Carl Sanders, who invented the intell-igence-manned interface (IMI) biotic, which is injected into people. (Earlier during the Vietnam War, soldiers were injected with the Rambo chip, designed to increase adrenaline flow into the bloodstream.) The U.S. National Security Agency's (NSA) 20 billion bits/second supercomputers could now "see and hear" what soldiers experience in the battlefield with a remote monitoring system (RMS).

When a 5-micromillimeter microchip (the diameter of a strand of hair is 50 micromillometers) is placed into optical nerve of the eye, it draws neuroimpulses from the brain that embody the experiences, smells, sights and voice of the implanted person. Once transferred and stored in a computer, these neuroimpulses can be projected back to the person's brain via the microchip to be re-experienced. Using a RMS, a land-based computer operator can send electromagnetic messages (encoded as signals) to the nervous system, affecting the target's performance. With RMS, healthy persons can be induced to see hallucinations and to hear voices in their heads.

Every thought, reaction, hearing and visual observation causes a certain neurological potential, spikes, and patterns in the brain and its elect- romagnetic fields, which can now be decoded into thoughts, pictures and voices. Electromagnetic stimulation can therefore change a person's brainwaves and affect muscular activity, causing painful muscular cramps experienced as torture.

The NSA's electronic surveillance system can simultaneously follow and handle millions of people. Each of us has a unique bioelectrical reson- ance frequency in the brain, just like we have unique fingerprints. With electro-magnetic frequency (EMF) brain stimulation fully coded, pulsating electromagnetic signals can be sent to the brain, causing the desired voice and visual effects to be experienced by the target. This is a form of electronic warfare. U.S. astronauts were implanted before they were sent into space so their thoughts could be followed and all their emotions could be registered 24 hours a day.

The Washington Post reported in in May 1995 that Prince William of Great Britain was implanted at the age of 12. Thus, if he were ever kidnapped, a radiowave with a specific frequency could be targeted to his microchip. The chips signal would be routed through a satellite to the computer screen of police headquarters, where the Princes movements could be followed. He could actually be located anywhere on the globe.

The mass media have not reported that an implanted person's privacy van- ishes for the rest of his or her life. S/he can be manipulated in many ways. Using different frequencies, the secret controller of this equip- ment can even change a person's emotional life. S/he can be made aggress- ive or lethargic. Sexuality can be artificially influenced. Thought sig-nals and subconscious thinking can be read, dreams affected and even induced, all without the knowledge or consent of the implanted person.

A perfect cyber-soldier can thus be created. This secret technology has been used by military forces in certain NATO countries since the 1980's without civilian and academic populations having heard anything about it. Thus, little information about such invasive mind-control systems is available in professional and academic journals.

The NSA's Signals Intelligence can remotely monitor information from human brains by decoding the evoked potentials (3.50HZ, 5 milliwatt) emitted by the brain. Prisoner experimentees in both Gothenburg, Sweden and Vienna, Austria have been found to have [missing word] brain lesions. Diminished blood circulation and lack of oxygen in the right temporal frontal lobes result where brain implants are usually operative. A Finnish experimentee experienced brain atrophy and intermittent attacks of unconsciousness due to lack of oxygen.

Mind control techniques can be used for political purposes. The goal of mind controllers today is to induce the targeted persons or groups to act against his or her own convictions and best interests. Zombified individ-uals can even be programmed to murder and remember nothing of their crime afterward. Alarming examples of this phenomenon can be found in the U.S.

This silent war is being conducted against unknowing civilians and sold-iers by military and intelligence agencies. Since 1980 electronic stim- ulation of the brain (ESB) has been secretly used to control people tar-geted without their knowledge or consent. All international human rights agreements forbid nonconsensual manipulation of human beings even in pri-sons, not to speak of civilian populations. Under an initiative of U.S. Senator John Glenn, discussions commenced in January 1997 about the dan-gers of radiating civilian populations. Targeting peoples brain functions with electromagnetic fields and beams (from helicopters and airplanes, satellites, from parked white vans, neighboring houses, telephone poles, electrical appliances, mobil phones, TV, radio, etc.), is part of the radiation problem that should be addressed in democratically elected government bodies.

In addition to electronic MC, chemical methods have also been developed. Mind-altering drugs and different smelling gasses affecting brain function negatively can be injected into air ducts or water pipes. Also, bacteria and viruses have been tested this way in several countries.

Today's supertechnology, connecting our brain functions via microchips (or even without them, according to the latest technology) to computers via satellites in the U.S. or Israel, poses the gravest threat to human-ity. The latest supercomputers are powerful enough to monitor the whole worlds population. What will happen when people are tempted by false premises to allow microchips into their bodies? One lure will be a micro-chip identity card. Compulsory legislation has even been secretly pro-posed in the U.S. to criminalize removal of an ID implant.

Are we ready for the robotization of mankind and the total elimination of privacy, including freedom of thought? How many of us would want to cede our entire life, including our most secret thoughts, to Big Brother? Yet the technology exists to create a totalitarian "New World Order." Covert neurological communication systems are in place to counteract independent thinking and to control social and political activity on behalf of self-serving private and military interests.

When our brain functions are already is connected to supercomputers by means of radio implants and microchips, it will be too late for protest. This threat can be defeated only by educating the public, using available literature on biotelemetry and information exchanged at international congresses.

One reason this technology has remained a state secret is the widespread prestige of the psychiatric DIAGNOSTIC STATISTICAL MANUAL IV produced by the U.S. American Psychiatric Association (APA), and printed in 18 lan-guages. Psychiatrists working for U.S. intelligence agencies no doubt participated in writing and revising this manual. This psychiatric "bible" covers up the secret development of MC technologies by labelling some of their effects as symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia.

Victims of mind control experimentation are thus routinely diagnosed, knee-jerk fashion, as mentally ill by doctors who learned the DSM symptom list in medical school. Physicians have not been schooled that patients may be telling the truth when they report being targeted against their will or being used as guinea pigs for electronic, chemical and bacteriological forms of psychological warfare.

Time is running out for changing the direction of military medicine, and ensuring the future of human freedom. -- Rauni Kilde, MD December 6, 2000 ___


MICROWAVE MIND CONTROL: MODERN TORTURE AND CONTROL MECHANISMS ELIMINATING HUMAN RIGHTS AND PRIVACY

By Dr. Rauni Leena Kilde, MD
September 25, 1999

Helsingin Sanomat, the largest newspaper in Scandinavia, wrote in the September 9, 1999 issue that Scientific American magazine estimates that after the Millenium perhaps ALL people will be implanted with a "DNA microchip".

How many people realize what it actually means? Total loss of privacy and total outside control of the person's physical body functions, men-tal, emotional and thought processes, including the implanted person's subconscious and dreams! For the rest of his life!

It sounds like science fiction but it is secret military and intelligence agencies' mind control technology, which has been experimented with for almost half a century. Totally without the knowledge of the general public and even the general academic population.

Supercomputers in Maryland, Israel and elsewhere with a speed of over 20 BILLION bits/sec can monitor millions of people simultaneously. In fact, the whole world population can be totally controlled by these secret brain-computer interactions, however unbelievable it sounds for the uninformed.

Human thought has a speed of 5,000 bits/sec and everyone understands that our brain cannot compete with supercomputers acting via satellites, implants, local facilities, scalar or other forms of biotelemetry.

Each brain has a unique set of bioelectric resonance/entrainment characteristics. Remote neural monitoring systems with supercomputers can send messages through an implanted person's nervous system and affect their performance in any way desired. They can of course be tracked and identified anywhere.

Neuro-electromagnetic involuntary human experimentation has been going on with the so-called "vulnerable population" for about 50 years, in the name of "science" or "national security" in the worst Nazi-type testing, contrary to all human rights. Physical and psychological torture of mind control victims today is like the worst horror movies. Only, unlike the horror movies, it is true.

It happens today in the USA, Japan, and Europe. With few exceptions, the mass media suppresses all information about the entire topic.

Mind control technology in the USA is classified under "non-lethal" weaponry. The name is totally misleading because the technology used IS lethal, but death comes slowly in the form of "normal" illnesses, like cancer, leukemia, heart attacks, Alzheimer's disease with loss of short term memory first. No wonder these illnesses have increased all over the world.

When the use of electromagnetic fields, extra-low (ELF) and ultra-low (ULF) frequencies and microwaves aimed deliberately at certain individ-uals, groups, and even the general population to cause diseases, disori-entation, chaos and physical and emotional pain breaks into the awareness of the general population, a public outcry is inevitable.

[Eleanor White comment: ELF/ULF frequencies on their own cannot be focussed and are practically impossible to transmit in the usual manner of radio transmissions. ELF/ULF cannot carry voice.

ELF/ULF CAN be carried on radio and ultrasound carrier signals, however, and are effective in things like setting up a target to be more receptive to hypnosis, force a target to be unable to sleep, and force a target to fall asleep daytime. This is like the reverse process of reading the brain's natural ELF/ULF electrical activity using biofeedback.]

Who is behind a sinister plan to microchip and control and torture the general population?

[Eleanor White's comment: Reports from persons targetted by neuro- electromagnetic experimentation show that not everyone is implanted. The fact that those few victims who have had implants removed cannot get custody of the implants means someone has a keen interest in controlling the use of covert implants and preventing the publication of this practice.]

The Patent Office of the U.S.A. has granted patents for purposes of mental monitoring and mind alteration.

Apparatus and method for remotely monitoring and altering brainwaves, methods for inducing mental, emotional and physical states of conscious- ness, in human beings. Method of and apparatus for desired states of consciousness are among some of them.

People who have been implanted, involuntarily or through deception vol- untarily have become bilogical robots and guinea pigs for this activity under the guise of national security.

The real consequences of microchip implantation (or with today's advanced hidden technology, using only microwave radiation for mind control,) are totally hidden from the public. How many know the real dangers of mic- rowaves through mobile phones?

How many believe the disinformation that microwave radiation is not causing health problems? The economic issues in the mobile phone industry are enormous. Therefore health issues are deliberately brushed aside.

However, the same thing is inevitable in the future as with the tobacco industry. When economic compensation for health damages becomes big enough, as in the tobacco industry, health hazards will be admitted and users are then responsible for their tobacco-related illnesses.

Today, already about 50% of Finns, Swedes and Norwegians use mobile phones, especially the young population.

Mobile phones used in mind control was a brilliant idea. Military and police agencies can follow every user, influence their thoughts through microwaves, cause healthy people to hear voices in their heads and if needed burn their brains in a second by increasing the current 20,000 times.

That probably happened to Chechnyan leader General Dudayev who died talking to a mobile phone.

Heating effect of tissues with the speed of light is a known effect of high power microwave and electromagnetic pulse weapons.

According to Navy studies they also cause fatigue states, depression, insomnia, aggressiveness, long and especially short term memory loss, short catatonic states, cataracts, leukemia, cancer, heart attacks, brain tumors and so forth.

Alteration of behavior and attitudes hs been demonstrated as well.

Dr. Ross Adey has found out that by using 0.75 milliwatts per square centimeter intensity of pulse modulated microwave at a frequency of 450 MHz it is possible to control ALL aspects of human behaviour!

Microwave radiation excites the hydrogen bond in the cells and can interfere with meiosis, which leads to tumors.

All our emotions, moods, and thoughts have a specific brain frequency which has been catalogued. If these records fall into the wrong hands, our behaviour and attitudes can be manipulated by persons whose ethics and morals are not in our best interest.

Both military and intelligence agencies have been infiltrated with such persons. The Director of the Swiss Secret Service had to resign in September 1999 because of his agency's involvement in illegal arms deals and a plan to create an ORGANIZATION within the legal Secret Service.

This globally infiltrated organization has "octopus type" activities in all major intelligence services in the world, working together with the Mafia and terrorists. It has recruited people from all important government institutions, state and local administrations.

It owns Star Wars technology which is used against military and civilian populations, claiming it is "non-lethal" weaponry.

"Down and out" people, jobless, freed prisoners, mental outpatients, students and orphans are trained by this organization to harass, follow, and torture innocent people, who for whatever reason have been put on the organization's hit list. They are ALREADY in every apartment block!

[Eleanor White comment: This gang-like colour-coding is not reported in all areas. Dr. Kilde's experience is with northern Europe.]

Deception is the name of the game, so recruits are told untrue sinister stories of their victims to keep them motivated. They have a military order and get rewarded for their evil actions, which include Satanism, and symbols and yellow-orange-black colors. However, fresh recruits must wear pink - and the highest elite wears yellow ties with dark suits.

Even dashes of yellow or orange in their ties may signal their recruitment as well as yellow shirts or other objects with that color for signalling.

Too many world leaders fit into this signalling. However, it is quite possible they are only used as fronts for this global organization without any knowledge of it's criminal activity in the field against innocent people. Mass media and big industry are also infiltrated.

Who are the targets? Experimentation with soldiers and prisoners may continue, as well as handicapped children, mental patients, homosexuals and single women. They are still experimental guinea pigs for electronic and chemical warfare. But today ANYONE can become a target, even those who invented the system.

Researchers who find out about this secret radiation of the population become targets themselves.

The U.S. Senate discussed the issue on January 22, 1997. The U.S. Air Force's "Commando Solo" aircraft have been used to send subliminal radio frequency messages to manipulate even the minds of foreign nations in their elections. Haiti and Bosnia are a couple of recent examples.

In July 1994 the U.S. Department of Defense proposed the use of "non-lethal" weapons against anyone engaged in activities the DoD opposes. Thus opposing political views, economic competitors, counterculture individuals and so forth can be beamed to sickness or death.

The Psychiatric Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM) for mental disorders has been a brilliant cover up operation in 18 languages to hide the atrocities of military and intelligence agencies' actions towards their targets. THE MANUAL LISTS ALL MIND CONTROL ACTIONS AS SIGNS OF PARANOID SCHIZOPHRENIA.

If a target is under surveillance with modern technology via TV, radio, telephone, loudspeakers, lasers, microwaves, poisoned with mind altering drugs via airducts, giving familiar smells which cause headache, nausea and so forth, if he claims his clothes are poisoned, his food or tap water as well --- all medical schools teach their students that the person is paranoid, ESPECIALLY if he believes intelligence agencies are behind it all.

Never is the medical profession told that these are routine actions all over the world by intelligence agencies against their targets. Thus, victims of mind control are falsely considered mentally ill and get no help since they are not believed and their suffering is doubled by ignorant health professionals.

The unethical abuses of power by individuals in charge of biomedical telemetry are incomprehensible to normal people.

The goal of mind control is to program an individual to carry out any mission of espionage or assassination even against their will and self- preservation instict and to control the absolute behavior and thought patterns of the individual. The purpose of mind control is to disrupt memory, discredit people through aberrant behavior, to make them insane or to commit suicide or murder.

How is it possible that this technology is not stopped by political top authorities? They themselves will also be targets someday, a fact they have not always realized. How much are they involved?

This year the 1999 European Parliament in "Resolution on Environment, Security, and Forein Policy", in paragraphs 23, 24, and 27 calls for "non-lethal" weapons technology and development of new arms strategies to be covered and regulated by international conventions.

Also, it calls for an international convention introducing a GLOBAL BAN on all developments and deployments of weapons which might enable ANY FORM OF MANIPULATION OF HUMAN BEINGS.

Project HAARP in Alaska is a global concern, and calls for it's legal, ecological, and ethical implications to be examined by an international independent body before any further research and testing.

It is possible that the USA will ignore those resolutions. The dangers of non-lethal mind control weapons were already revealed in an expert meeting of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva, in July 1994.

Only increased public awareness of the microchip implants, their frightful consequences to privacy by influencing of individuals' thoughts and actions, causing people to become biological robots with physical and emotional pain whenever the supercomputer technician so wishes, is enough reason to refuse to take the chip into your body for whatever reason.

It is the biggest threat to humanity and the most sinister plan to enslave the human race forever.

If you have a choice and want to remain a normal human being with privacy, do not have your children nor yourself implanted with a DNA microchip. Otherwise your vision, hearing, sensing, thoughts, dreams and subconscious will be influenced by an outsider, who does not have your best interests in mind.

MICROWAVE MIND CONTROL WITH "NON-LETHAL" WEAPONS IS THE BIGGEST CRIME IN THE HISTORY OF MANKIND AGAINST THE POPULATION OF PLANET EARTH. IT MUST BE STOPPED BY ALL PEOPLES OF THIS GLOBE.

Recommended reading: Mind Controllers, Dr. Armen Victorian, 1999, UK Mind Control, World Control, Jim Keith, 1997, USA Microwave Mind Control, Tim Rifat, The Truth Campaign, winter 1998, UK.

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 06:28 PM
Implantable chip maker merges with its biggest investor

Bernie Monegain
Healthcare IT News (http://www.healthcareitnews.com/story.cms?id=7595)
Monday Aug 13, 2007

DELRAY BEACH, FL – Applied Digital, an ID and security technology company is buying St. Paul, Minn. -based Digital Angel, the company that makes implantable patient data chips marketed and sold by VeriChip Corp.

The all-stock deal is valued at $31 million.

Applied Digital created VeriChip, also based in Delray Beach, Fla. , to market and sell the medical record chips that are about the size of a grain of rice. The chips make it possible for individuals to carry their medical history at all times. Proponents say they help prevent medical errors. Others complain about privacy risks.

VeriChip lost $2.6 million on sales of $8.2 million in the quarter that ended June 30. Most of its revenue came from products other than the implantable chip, such as its infant protection systems.


Applied Digital will acquire the remaining 45 percent minority interest it does not currently own in Digital Angel. Once the transaction is complete, the companies will name a new CEO. Applied Digital officials said the new company would trade on the Nasdaq, probably under a new name.

The merger will give Digital Angel stockholders ownership in VeriChip Corp. , which went public in February.

Applied Digital executives say the merger strips away unnecessary corporate overhead and holding company structure, allowing significant streamlining of operations and reduction of costs, expected to be in excess of $2 million per year

“In a single transaction, we will create a financially stronger, more robust and better capitalized company, and substantially reduce overhead costs. We also eliminate Applied Digital’s majority ownership overhang position in Digital Angel, which has created uncertainty among investors and customers,” said Michael Krawitz, Applied Digital’s CEO.

Each of the boards of directors of Applied Digital and Digital Angel unanimously approved the merger agreement.

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 06:32 PM
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/april2005/230405chiefofpolice.htm

Bergen County Chief Of Police Gets VeriChip

Wireless IQ | April 23 2005 (http://www.wirelessiq.info/content/newsfeed/3071.html)

VeriChip Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Applied Digital, announced today that the Bergen County, New Jersey Chief of Police has been implanted with the VeriChip. Chief of Police Jack Schmidig, a member of the police force for over 30 years, received a VeriChip as part of the Company's strategy of enlisting key regional leaders to accelerate adoption of the VeriChip. With hospital emergency room infrastructure forming, patients will have the ability to provide secure ID and medical record access in an emergency or clinical situation.

"High-profile regional leaders are accepting the VeriChip, representing an excellent example of our approach to gaining adoption of the technology," said Kevin H. McLaughlin, VeriChip Corporation's CEO. "The northern New Jersey area represents one of our early regional targets, and in a short time period we have secured a leading hospital in the region which has agreed to adopt the VeriChip System to scan patients; initiated efforts to educate the physician community in conjunction with one of our distribution partners Henry Schein Corporation, and implanted several high-profile members of the community with the VeriChip. We intend to employ this approach on a regional basis to accelerate acceptance of this Class II medical device."

VeriChip Corporation has adopted three key elements to its marketing strategy to develop regional acceptance for VeriChip. They include developing the infrastructure at regional hospitals to support the VeriChip System (scanner and database) in the Emergency Rooms; educating the medical community in the region in conjunction with Henry Schein and other distribution partners; and seeking high-profile members of the community to receive the VeriChip to raise awareness of the device.

Initially, the Company has identified several groups of patients that are likely to benefit from the VeriChip due to medical conditions. These include diabetics, chronic and cardiac care patients, memory impaired patients and patients with implanted medical devices. These patients would benefit from having a VeriChip as a result of medical conditions that increase the likelihood of an emergency room visit, which could require time-sensitive procedures where access to medical records would be critical.

Using the VeriChip System, the emergency room attendant could scan the VeriChip in the patient's arm, accessing a unique 16-digit ID number. This number would be linked to a medical records database, which would provide detailed information on implanted medical devices and patient medical records, which could provide valuable information allowing the hospital to quickly implement the appropriate procedures on patients who otherwise might not be able to communicate medical histories due to impaired conditions.

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Chief Of Police Who Received Verichip Advocates Forced Government Chipping To Buy And Sell

http://www.prisonplanet.tv/audio/130505schmidig.mp3

The Bergen County, New Jersey Chief of Police Jack Schmidig barked, "do I trust the government? I am the government!" as he advocated mandatory government implant chipping by law to buy and sell. Schmidig made nationwide headlines when he personally got chipped last month.

Transcript here (http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8480).

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 06:33 PM
Microchips mulled for HIV carriers in Indonesia's Papua (http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=070724075657.4w2f978g&show_article=1)

Lawmakers in Indonesia's Papua are mulling the selective use of chip implants in HIV carriers to monitor their behaviour in a bid to keep them from infecting others, a doctor said Tuesday.
John Manangsang, a doctor who is helping to prepare a new healthcare regulation bill for Papua's provincial parliament, said that unusual measures were needed to combat the virus.

"We in the government in Papua have to think hard on ways to provide protection to people from the spread of the disease," Manangsang told AFP.

"Some of the infected people experience a change of behaviour and can turn more aggressive and would not think twice of infecting others," he alleged, saying lawmakers were considering various sanctions for these people.

"Among one of the means being considered is the monitoring of those infected people who can pose a danger to others," Manangsang said.

"The use of chip implants is one of the ways to do so, but only for those few who turn aggressive and clearly continue to disregard what they know about the disease and spread the virus to others," he said.

A decision was still a long way off, he added.

The head of the Papua chapter of the National AIDS Commission, Constant Karma, reportedly slammed the proposal as a violation of human rights.

"People with HIV/AIDS are not like sharks under observation so that they have to be implanted with microchips to monitor their movements," he told the Jakarta Post on Tuesday.

"Any form of identification of people with HIV/AIDS violates human rights."

According to data from Papua's health office cited by the Post, the province has just over 3,000 people living with HIV/AIDS. Some 356 deaths have been reported. Papua has a population of about 2.5 million.

matrixcutter
27-08-2007, 06:36 PM
http://www.infowars.com/cashless_society.htm#microchips

MEDICAL/GOVERNMENT
FDA Clears VeriChip for Medical Applications in the United States (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/verichip_cleared.htm)
Under-the-skin ID chips move toward U.S. hospitals (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/implants_hospitals.htm)
Bio-chip featured at government health showcase (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/biochip.htm)
Identity chips could protect health, but hurt privacy, some say (http://www.infowars.com/articles/bb/id_chips_protect_health_hurt_privacy.htm)
Implantable chip's medical dangers (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/implantable_chips_medical.htm)
What the FDA Won't Tell You about the VeriChip (http://www.infowars.com/articles/bb/verichip_fda_wont_tell.htm)

BIG BROTHER TRACKING
People-tracking closer to reality Deal forged to equip VeriChip with global positioning satellite (http://www.infowars.com/articles/bb/satellite_agreement_with_verichip.htm)
Human chips more than skin-deep (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/humanchips.htm)
Chip implanted in cop's hand would allow only officer to fire the gun (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/gunimplant.htm)

VERICHIP PROPAGANDA
Applied Digital's Verichip goes prime time (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/verichip_primetime.htm)
Embedded Microchip Seller Verichip Announces: The ChipMobile is on the Move! (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/chipmobile.htm)
Sign up for your implantable microchip today and save $$$!: (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/verichip_prereg.htm)

CLUBS AND THE "TRENDIFYING" OF THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT
Baja Beach Club in Barcelona, Spain Launches Microchip Implantation for VIP Members (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/bajaimplant.htm)
Baja Beach Club VeriChip Implant Update --Sham Press Event to Promote "Glamorous" Beast System (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/bajaimplantupdate.htm)
Microchip Implantation of Club Going Trendies Expands to More Nations (http://www.infowars.com/print/bb/baja_netherlands.htm)
New Body Art: Chip Implants (http://www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,50769,00.html)

eternal_spirit
27-08-2007, 07:15 PM
Thanks for the info, a real issue that needs to be brought out into the light. I've probably read most of this stuff before, but there are still many ( probably the majority of people) haven't got a clue about this and would laugh in you're face if you told them, this has happened to me many times. This is the kind of stuff in these posts that people need to know the truth about.
I'll work my way through reading it.

I'd suggest anyone with a printer pass this on to people you know.

matrixcutter
02-09-2007, 03:18 PM
(thanks to bicycle for finding this article)

Alzheimer's Patients Lining Up for Microchip (http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=23574)
The VeriChip Provides Medical Information About Patients, but Privacy Advocates Are Wary

http://www.informationliberation.com/files/abc_gma_couple_alz_070829_ms.jpg

For families of the nearly 5 million Americans currently living with Alzheimer's disease, keeping their loved ones safe is a major concern.

In response to such concerns, a Florida-based company has developed an FDA-approved microchip that can be implanted in an Alzheimer's patient's arm, allowing critical medical details to be accessed instantly.

Up to 200 Alzheimer's patients living near Palm Beach, Fla., will be implanted with the VeriChip for free in the next week.

The chip, which is about the size of a grain of rice, contains a 16-digit identification number which is scanned at a hospital. Once the number is placed in a database, it can provide crucial medical information.

People are already lining up for the VeriChip, but it's already stirred up controversy.

Is Big Brother Watching?

David and Ida Frankel have been married an unbelievable 73 years. Seven years ago, Ida was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

"She was being very forgetful, repeating questions over and over again," David said.

Ida was one of the first patients at an Alzheimer's center in Florida to be implanted with a VeriChip.

"When an Alzheimer's patient gets lost, once their arm is scanned, it would identify who they are and that they are an Alzheimer's patient," said Scott Silverman, the CEO of VeriChip.

Silverman stressed that the VeriChip is not a GPS device; it only provides code for a database.

Some privacy groups argue that the VeriChip, which uses the same technology as devices that track wayward pets, strips Alzheimer's patients of their dignity.

"I don't think that because it's useful in animals is a reason why we should do it in human beings," said Katherine Albrecht, the founder of AntiChip.com. "There is a distinction between an animal and a human being."

cheesedanish
03-09-2007, 01:53 PM
Makes you wonder what people did before micro-chips?

You might need another person to actually take care of you!

kha zarr
03-09-2007, 07:26 PM
you know, actually finding cures for diseases for the aged and infirmed might just be a better strategy than a chip. Not that it could make money. But I guess chips are our god. And theyre not making enough money either. Gotta have more. Even though it is created from thin air.

Pretty soon theyll try and make it the answer for everything, just throw in a little fear of the unknown. in a way thats like a drug immediate dependency on a 'savior' [in this case those powerful reps [reptilian-representatives] with the controls who of course are so lovable and trustworthy to submit our lives to :D].

heres a little story i found from jan 05, seems banfield pet hospital doing the chip thing for pets, was suing avid and digital angel for monopolizing and concealing the rfid encryption code. of course, its problem reaction solution since increasing competition means increasing the quantity of chips produced. but on the other hand digital angel is still gonna try and go forward w/rfid. screwed either way it my seem. covered both sides of the issue...that is to ppl who dont see past the polarizing illusions.

sure rfid catalogues large storehouses of product faster, but when its people....i mean after you buy something the rfid can be hidden still - im tired of ridicule saying that being concerned about chips is strawman, its def not. anyone see those new visa commercials, where cash is 'bad'?

http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/01-10-2005/0002815414&EDATE=

its 'escape from new york' type stuff...

http://www.psywarriormatrix.com/viewtopic.php?p=15776

i havent actually looked at chip news in a long time, kind of put it out of my mind, just assuming id say 'no' when the time, that is *if* the time came. I just do positive willing to create my reality differently...but if it wont be enough, ill need henry rollins to yank that bugger out [johnny mnemonic] :D

how about this:

"Kevin has the idea that pain such as the type that comes from headaches have a specific electrical signal; we could manipulate the nervous system to where we would no longer feel headaches. By altering the electric current, we could also sedate people or reduce the affects of stress by recording our emotional feelings on days that we are happy and simply replay them on days we are feeling depressed. This is just the beginning of possibilities that are being discussed."

from http://tonysomers.50megs.com/catalog.html

no thanks, ummmm, I like my brain the way it is.

matrixcutter
11-09-2007, 01:25 PM
Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors (http://www.newsday.com/news/nationworld/wire/sns-ap-chipping-america-ii,0,3695787.story?page=1)
By TODD LEWAN | AP National Writer - September 9, 2007

When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved implanting microchips in humans, the manufacturer said it would save lives, letting doctors scan the tiny transponders to access patients' medical records almost instantly. The FDA found "reasonable assurance" the device was safe, and a sub-agency even called it one of 2005's top "innovative technologies."

But neither the company nor the regulators publicly mentioned this: A series of veterinary and toxicology studies, dating to the mid-1990s, stated that chip implants had "induced" malignant tumors in some lab mice and rats.

"The transponders were the cause of the tumors," said Keith Johnson, a retired toxicologic pathologist, explaining in a phone interview the findings of a 1996 study he led at the Dow Chemical Co. in Midland, Mich.

Leading cancer specialists reviewed the research for The Associated Press and, while cautioning that animal test results do not necessarily apply to humans, said the findings troubled them. Some said they would not allow family members to receive implants, and all urged further research before the glass-encased transponders are widely implanted in people.

To date, about 2,000 of the so-called radio frequency identification, or RFID, devices have been implanted in humans worldwide, according to VeriChip Corp. The company, which sees a target market of 45 million Americans for its medical monitoring chips, insists the devices are safe, as does its parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, of Delray Beach, Fla.

"We stand by our implantable products which have been approved by the FDA and/or other U.S. regulatory authorities," Scott Silverman, VeriChip Corp. chairman and chief executive officer, said in a written response to AP questions.

The company was "not aware of any studies that have resulted in malignant tumors in laboratory rats, mice and certainly not dogs or cats," but he added that millions of domestic pets have been implanted with microchips, without reports of significant problems.

"In fact, for more than 15 years we have used our encapsulated glass transponders with FDA approved anti-migration caps and received no complaints regarding malignant tumors caused by our product."

The FDA also stands by its approval of the technology.

Did the agency know of the tumor findings before approving the chip implants? The FDA declined repeated AP requests to specify what studies it reviewed.

The FDA is overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services, which, at the time of VeriChip's approval, was headed by Tommy Thompson. Two weeks after the device's approval took effect on Jan. 10, 2005, Thompson left his Cabinet post, and within five months was a board member of VeriChip Corp. and Applied Digital Solutions. He was compensated in cash and stock options.

Thompson, until recently a candidate for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, says he had no personal relationship with the company as the VeriChip was being evaluated, nor did he play any role in FDA's approval process of the RFID tag.

"I didn't even know VeriChip before I stepped down from the Department of Health and Human Services," he said in a telephone interview.

Also making no mention of the findings on animal tumors was a June report by the ethics committee of the American Medical Association, which touted the benefits of implantable RFID devices.

Had committee members reviewed the literature on cancer in chipped animals?

No, said Dr. Steven Stack, an AMA board member with knowledge of the committee's review.

Was the AMA aware of the studies?

No, he said.

Published in veterinary and toxicology journals between 1996 and 2006, the studies found that lab mice and rats injected with microchips sometimes developed subcutaneous "sarcomas" -- malignant tumors, most of them encasing the implants.

* A 1998 study in Ridgefield, Conn., of 177 mice reported cancer incidence to be slightly higher than 10 percent -- a result the researchers described as "surprising."

* A 2006 study in France detected tumors in 4.1 percent of 1,260 microchipped mice. This was one of six studies in which the scientists did not set out to find microchip-induced cancer but noticed the growths incidentally. They were testing compounds on behalf of chemical and pharmaceutical companies; but they ruled out the compounds as the tumors' cause. Because researchers only noted the most obvious tumors, the French study said, "These incidences may therefore slightly underestimate the true occurrence" of cancer.

* In 1997, a study in Germany found cancers in 1 percent of 4,279 chipped mice. The tumors "are clearly due to the implanted microchips," the authors wrote.

Caveats accompanied the findings. "Blind leaps from the detection of tumors to the prediction of human health risk should be avoided," one study cautioned. Also, because none of the studies had a control group of animals that did not get chips, the normal rate of tumors cannot be determined and compared to the rate with chips implanted.

Still, after reviewing the research, specialists at some pre-eminent cancer institutions said the findings raised red flags.

"There's no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips implanted in my skin, or in one of my family members," said Dr. Robert Benezra, head of the Cancer Biology Genetics Program at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Before microchips are implanted on a large scale in humans, he said, testing should be done on larger animals, such as dogs or monkeys. "I mean, these are bad diseases. They are life-threatening. And given the preliminary animal data, it looks to me that there's definitely cause for concern."

Dr. George Demetri, director of the Center for Sarcoma and Bone Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, agreed. Even though the tumor incidences were "reasonably small," in his view, the research underscored "certainly real risks" in RFID implants.

In humans, sarcomas, which strike connective tissues, can range from the highly curable to "tumors that are incredibly aggressive and can kill people in three to six months," he said.

At the Jackson Laboratory in Maine, a leader in mouse genetics research and the initiation of cancer, Dr. Oded Foreman, a forensic pathologist, also reviewed the studies at the AP's request.

At first he was skeptical, suggesting that chemicals administered in some of the studies could have caused the cancers and skewed the results. But he took a different view after seeing that control mice, which received no chemicals, also developed the cancers. "That might be a little hint that something real is happening here," he said. He, too, recommended further study, using mice, dogs or non-human primates.

Dr. Cheryl London, a veterinarian oncologist at Ohio State University, noted: "It's much easier to cause cancer in mice than it is in people. So it may be that what you're seeing in mice represents an exaggerated phenomenon of what may occur in people."

Tens of thousands of dogs have been chipped, she said, and veterinary pathologists haven't reported outbreaks of related sarcomas in the area of the neck, where canine implants are often done. (Published reports detailing malignant tumors in two chipped dogs turned up in AP's four-month examination of research on chips and health. In one dog, the researchers said cancer appeared linked to the presence of the embedded chip; in the other, the cancer's cause was uncertain.)

Nonetheless, London saw a need for a 20-year study of chipped canines "to see if you have a biological effect." Dr. Chand Khanna, a veterinary oncologist at the National Cancer Institute, also backed such a study, saying current evidence "does suggest some reason to be concerned about tumor formations."

Meanwhile, the animal study findings should be disclosed to anyone considering a chip implant, the cancer specialists agreed.

To date, however, that hasn't happened.

The product that VeriChip Corp. won approval for use in humans is an electronic capsule the size of two grains of rice. Generally, it is implanted with a syringe into an anesthetized portion of the upper arm.

When prompted by an electromagnetic scanner, the chip transmits a unique code. With the code, hospital staff can go on the Internet and access a patient's medical profile that is maintained in a database by VeriChip Corp. for an annual fee.

VeriChip Corp., whose parent company has been marketing radio tags for animals for more than a decade, sees an initial market of diabetics and people with heart conditions or Alzheimer's disease, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

The company is spending millions to assemble a national network of hospitals equipped to scan chipped patients.

But in its SEC filings, product labels and press releases, VeriChip Corp. has not mentioned the existence of research linking embedded transponders to tumors in test animals.

When the FDA approved the device, it noted some Verichip risks: The capsules could migrate around the body, making them difficult to extract; they might interfere with defibrillators, or be incompatible with MRI scans, causing burns. While also warning that the chips could cause "adverse tissue reaction," FDA made no reference to malignant growths in animal studies.

Did the agency review literature on microchip implants and animal cancer?

Dr. Katherine Albrecht, a privacy advocate and RFID expert, asked shortly after VeriChip's approval what evidence the agency had reviewed. When FDA declined to provide information, she filed a Freedom of Information Act request. More than a year later, she received a letter stating there were no documents matching her request.

"The public relies on the FDA to evaluate all the data and make sure the devices it approves are safe," she says, "but if they're not doing that, who's covering our backs?"

Late last year, Albrecht unearthed at the Harvard medical library three studies noting cancerous tumors in some chipped mice and rats, plus a reference in another study to a chipped dog with a tumor. She forwarded them to the AP, which subsequently found three additional mice studies with similar findings, plus another report of a chipped dog with a tumor.

Asked if it had taken these studies into account, the FDA said VeriChip documents were being kept confidential to protect trade secrets. After AP filed a FOIA request, the FDA made available for a phone interview Anthony Watson, who was in charge of the VeriChip approval process.

"At the time we reviewed this, I don't remember seeing anything like that," he said of animal studies linking microchips to cancer. A literature search "didn't turn up anything that would be of concern."

In general, Watson said, companies are expected to provide safety-and-effectiveness data during the approval process, "even if it's adverse information."

Watson added: "The few articles from the literature that did discuss adverse tissue reactions similar to those in the articles you provided, describe the responses as foreign body reactions that are typical of other implantable devices. The balance of the data provided in the submission supported approval of the device."

Another implantable device could be a pacemaker, and indeed, tumors have in some cases attached to foreign bodies inside humans. But Dr. Neil Lipman, director of the Research Animal Resource Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering, said it's not the same. The microchip isn't like a pacemaker that's vital to keeping someone alive, he added, "so at this stage, the payoff doesn't justify the risks."

Silverman, VeriChip Corp.'s chief executive, disagreed. "Each month pet microchips reunite over 8,000 dogs and cats with their owners," he said. "We believe the VeriMed Patient Identification System will provide similar positive benefits for at-risk patients who are unable to communicate for themselves in an emergency."

And what of former HHS secretary Thompson?

When asked what role, if any, he played in VeriChip's approval, Thompson replied: "I had nothing to do with it. And if you look back at my record, you will find that there has never been any improprieties whatsoever."

FDA's Watson said: "I have no recollection of him being involved in it at all." VeriChip Corp. declined comment.

Thompson vigorously campaigned for electronic medical records and healthcare technology both as governor of Wisconsin and at HHS. While in President Bush's Cabinet, he formed a "medical innovation" task force that worked to partner FDA with companies developing medical information technologies.

At a "Medical Innovation Summit" on Oct. 20, 2004, Lester Crawford, the FDA's acting commissioner, thanked the secretary for getting the agency "deeply involved in the use of new information technology to help prevent medication error." One notable example he cited: "the implantable chips and scanners of the VeriChip system our agency approved last week."

After leaving the Cabinet and joining the company board, Thompson received options on 166,667 shares of VeriChip Corp. stock, and options on an additional 100,000 shares of stock from its parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, according to SEC records. He also received $40,000 in cash in 2005 and again in 2006, the filings show.

The Project on Government Oversight called Thompson's actions "unacceptable" even though they did not violate what the independent watchdog group calls weak conflict-of-interest laws.

"A decade ago, people would be embarrassed to cash in on their government connections. But now it's like the Wild West," said the group's executive director, Danielle Brian.

Thompson is a partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, a Washington law firm that was paid $1.2 million for legal services it provided the chip maker in 2005 and 2006, according to SEC filings.

He stepped down as a VeriChip Corp. director in March to seek the GOP presidential nomination, and records show that the company gave his campaign $7,400 before he bowed out of the race in August.

In a TV interview while still on the board, Thompson was explaining the benefits -- and the ease -- of being chipped when an interviewer interrupted:

"I'm sorry, sir. Did you just say you would get one implanted in your arm?"

"Absolutely," Thompson replied. "Without a doubt."

"No concerns at all?"

"No."

But to date, Thompson has yet to be chipped himself.


On the Web:

http://www.verichipcorp.com

http://www.antichips.com

http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/

matrixcutter
11-09-2007, 01:26 PM
VeriChip shares plunge (http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen/news/story.html?id=e0a8eaa2-16bb-4948-9b02-b049b87f5782&k=64089)
Bert Hill, The Ottawa Citizen - September 10, 2007

Shares of VeriChip Corp. plunged as much as 14 per cent today following a report linking implanted microchips to cancer in lab rats.

The Florida company, which develops and makes products in Ottawa, saw its stock drop as much as 14 per cent, the biggest decline since it went public early this year.

The Associated Press reported on a 1996 study which found a cancer link. It said it was not clear whether U.S. regulators considered the study before approving the use of the chips in humans.

VeriChip said in a statement that studies have shown the implanted chips are safe for humans, as well as for the millions of household pets who have also received them as identification devices.

asentinel
17-09-2007, 11:50 AM
Has anyone heard of an implant which looks like a piece of fibre optic glass, finer than a human hair? Is this feasible with perhaps undisclosed advances in nanotechnology?

chattanova
17-09-2007, 02:38 PM
Florida starts microchipping Alzheimer patients despite cancer risks

(Exactly as predicted in David Icke's books)

'The VeriMed microchip is approximately the size of a grain of rice and contains a 16-digit patient identification number, which is available to anyone who scans the device with the right technology. This number can then be entered into a database to retrieve a patient's medical information. The FDA has approved the chip for human implantation.

According to VeriChip's CEO Scott Silverman, the VeriMed chip will eventually provide peace of mind to the families of Alzheimer's patients by providing a safety net in case a patient should get lost.'

It is Mr. Silverman who should get lost.

http://www.newstarget.com/022033.html

Microchipping of Alzheimer's patients begins in Florida

(NewsTarget) The Delray Beach, Fla.-based company VeriChip Corp. has announced plans to implant 200 Alzheimer's patients in Palm Beach County with radio-frequency identification chips as part of a pilot study to test the new technology.

The VeriMed microchip is approximately the size of a grain of rice and contains a 16-digit patient identification number, which is available to anyone who scans the device with the right technology. This number can then be entered into a database to retrieve a patient's medical information. The FDA has approved the chip for human implantation.

According to VeriChip's CEO Scott Silverman, the VeriMed chip will eventually provide peace of mind to the families of Alzheimer's patients by providing a safety net in case a patient should get lost.

"When an Alzheimer's patient gets lost, once their arm is scanned, it would identify who they are and that they are an Alzheimer's patient," Silverman said.

The chip is not a GPS device, Silverman emphasized, and cannot be used to track people in whom it is implanted. All the participants in the two-year study are volunteers, and Silverman expressed pleasure with the study's reception so far.

"We had an excellent turn-out at the educational seminars and virtually 100% enrollment," he said. "This overwhelming acceptance underscores the value of the VeriMed system not only for Alzheimer's patients, but their caregivers as well."

But privacy and patients' rights advocates have criticized the project, charging that it strips Alzheimer's patients of their dignity.

The organization Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering (CASPIAN), owner of the web sites spychips.com and antichips.com, has accused VeriChip of testing a potentially unsafe technology on the "most vulnerable" segment of the population, questioning whether Alzheimer's patients are truly capable of giving their consent to be involved in such a study. CASPIAN has warned that the chips may cause adverse tissue reactions, problems with medical devices, electrical hazards and may place patients at risk of having their private information stolen.

Consumer health advocate Mike Adams added, "These Alzheimer's patients are being used as guinea pigs as part of a campaign that intends to eventually microchip the entire population. Today, it's senior citizens, pets and children... in the near future, it will be everyone."

celtic isis
17-09-2007, 09:27 PM
Florida starts microchipping Alzheimer patients despite cancer risks

(Exactly as predicted in David Icke's books)

'The VeriMed microchip is approximately the size of a grain of rice and contains a 16-digit patient identification number, which is available to anyone who scans the device with the right technology. This number can then be entered into a database to retrieve a patient's medical information. The FDA has approved the chip for human implantation.

According to VeriChip's CEO Scott Silverman, the VeriMed chip will eventually provide peace of mind to the families of Alzheimer's patients by providing a safety net in case a patient should get lost.'

It is Mr. Silverman who should get lost.

http://www.newstarget.com/022033.html


oh FUCK!


:eek:

OMG! have to stick that on the handbaggs...

you know what, like what kha zar said up there, they are making patches for everything, soon it will be chips...patches to give up smoking, patches to lose weight, patches for cellulite, patches for headaches, patches for contraception (which i used and it almost ruined my health) fuck...soon it will be microchips...gotta stop it and make people aware, and to be aware of their frilled up fancy talk they'll try and make them fall for this with.


omg this makes me shudder:

According to VeriChip's CEO Scott Silverman, the VeriMed chip will eventually provide peace of mind to the families of Alzheimer's patients by providing a safety net in case a patient should get lost.'

matrixcutter
18-09-2007, 01:05 PM
Human Microchip Implants , Electronic Torture, & Mind Control
- A Personal Account (http://educate-yourself.org/lte/microchipimplantresistance12sep07.shtml)

[Editor's Note: People have discovered ways to disable microchip implants and we will make more information available here soon. I will relay more information to the author of this article on techniques that may prove useful to neutralize implants. What I've discovered from the books of Brice Taylor and Cisco Wheeler is that most individuals involved in placing implants in unsuspecting victims are usually themselves victims of mind control programming and they don't know -on a conscious level at least- that they are implanting people. Of course, some programmers, handlers, or implanters do know what they are doing and willfully participate, but most do not, as hard as that is to believe. Mind control is a very insidious and dark game which uses everybody involved, except those at the very top who act as the manipulators and puppeteers. See the Mind Control page for more information and ideas on countermeasures (http://educate-yourself.org/mc/ )...Ken Adachi]

By MHW <[email protected] >
http://educate-yourself.org/lte/microchipimplantresistance12sep07.shtml
September 12, 2007

Dear Mr. Adachi:

I am reading very carefully your internet material concerning electronic torture and mind control, for I, too, am a victim of an involuntary microchip implant. An historian by profession, I have recorded the effects of the microchip implant and my thoughts about them in a journal that now numbers almost 300 pages. A summary of my situation follows this note.

Sincerely, MHW


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Get ready. A new science is developing that victimizes countless individuals and promotes bigotry and inhumane practices on an inconceivable scale. That science involves the use of involuntarily implanted microchips in humans. A new form of torture and mind control from traditional methods, the science is little understood and little accepted in the scientific community. Psychiatrists and other doctors treating victims of microchip implants normally mis-diagnose their symptoms as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Even writing about such a topic almost automatically labels one schizophrenic, paranoid, or, in the least, a crackpot.

First, let me say a word about microchip devices. Microchips are tiny instruments that drive various functions of computers and other electronic equipment. They are about the size of a large B-B pellet; however, they are getting increasingly smaller. Veterinarians started implanting them in dogs, cattle, and horses fifteen to twenty years ago to allow the owners to track their animals and prove ownership. Today’s microchips are almost microscopic and represent state-of-the-art technology. Manufactured from silicone, they are virtually impossible to detect once they are implanted

A little over a year ago, while living in Mexico, many bizarre and menacing events began occurring in my life, things that completely bewildered me. I knew that I was not schizophrenic or paranoid. Although in my late sixties, I enjoy extremely good mental and physical health. As those actions became increasingly threatening, I ever-so-gradually learned that I had become the victim of an involuntary microchip implant. One of three dentists that I used in Mexico probably injected the tiny chip into my gum tissue or embedded it in a crown. Also a hair transplant specialist in the United States had the opportunity to implant the microchip in my head. All of those suspects belong to the medical community and swore to uphold the Hippocrates oath. But, of course, we know that doctors are no more moral and ethical than other non-medical individuals.

Knowing the value of documentation, I began keeping a journal of those unusual happenings. I not only studied my notes for clues about who was involved and how they conducted their handiwork but I also performed research on microchip implants and their use in electronic torture and mind control over the internet. The result of that research revealed that other people who claimed that they hosted microchip implants had suffered similar experiences. Many of their symptoms paralleled mine. In addition to those firsthand accounts, I found other data on the internet using the keywords “microchips, microchip implants, electronic torture, and mind control.” Although most of the articles took a particular slant on the topics, e.g., the Illuminati, the CIA, government control, etc., they all contained useful information.

Knowledge about my harassers and their modus operandi evolved slowly. More than six months went by before I knew the extent of their capability. Finally, however, I found out from experience that through the microchip implant and the computer program that operated with it, my torturers were able to perform the following actions:

(1) Monitor my movements.

(2) Hear and record my conversations along with those with whom I talked. The harassers occasionally played back to me through the inner ear excerpts of some of those conversations.

(3) See my body during those movements and also when I was immobile (especially when I slept) in 3-D. They can zoom in on any part of the body and see that part much like a cat scan views the body. I do not yet know whether they view my body in true color or black and white. Nor do I know whether the device allows them to see my front and back simultaneously.

(4) Apply a variety of torture techniques to my body. Those include: (a) sending pain and a sensation of pin pricks in my shoulders, face, elbows, and other areas, (b) bombarding my body with electrical jolts and tremors, (c) zapping my brain with laser-like rays that make a clicking/crackling sound, attempting to destroy brain cells (d) causing severe cramping, mainly in my legs, and numbness in my limbs from the base of the spinal column to my toes, (e) making me cough through pinpricking the inside of my throat and causing a partial erection by touching the inside of the urethra, and (f) causing headaches, stomach aches, and dizziness.

(5) Transmit voices either into my brain or into my inner ear and also project voices and other sounds through objects near me, i.e., the TV, a PC, and other electrical devices and even into the open air near me. Sounds may take the form of knocking on your door (when there is nobody there), dogs barking (when there are no dogs around), and birds cooing or singing (when there are no birds).

(6) READ MY THOUGHTS. Several manufacturers have developed microchip programs with that capability. At first, the program picked up only a few one and two syllable words. Now, however, those thoughts appear on their computer monitor in their entirety, probably somewhat like automated, computerized captions for the hearing impaired on TV. I know this because I often heard the terrorists repeating my thoughts, almost as fast as I developed them. They often used to repeat my silent prayers, with the reader’s voice only a word or so behind my words.

My journal and observations concerning the tormentors and the effects of the microchip implant total well over 200 pages. Therefore, I shall summarize what I found out about my harassers, who form a conspiracy of several factions:

(1) The principal perpetrators and the ones who manipulate the PC microchip program are a Mexican Evangelical family with close ties to Evangelicals in the United States. They also probably lived for many years in the U. S., probably in the mid-West or the upper South. Their two, possibly three children were probably born in the United States. They probably receive both technical assistance and funding from fellow Evangelicals from the United States.

I often wondered what caused those crazies to target me, so I started doing research on the Evangelical movement. I found that many people in the Evangelical camp were social misfits and deviants of one description or another. After conducting that research, I slowly began to fathom their evil mentality. Although I lived a monastic life in a proverbial glass house, their sick minds doubtlessly perceived that I was gay! After all, I lived alone, which is very uncommon in Mexico and the Third World. Lest you think it incredible that people would attempt to torment others for that reason, read about the members of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas. Those nut cases demonstrate at funerals of soldiers slain in Iraq because they believe it is God’s punishment for homosexuality in the United States! But sexual preference, whether heterosexual, homosexual, or bi-sexual, has nothing to do with hate-motivated acts. People can convince themselves of anything to justify their playing out the evil that lurks in their twisted minds.

(2) The wacko Evangelicals found accomplices in a few dissident students at a private university where I taught. To keep discipline, I sometimes asked students to leave the classroom. Some of those students took affront and set out to get even with me. They later collaborated with the Evangelicals in disseminating gossip by sending emails, along with secretly taken photos of me, to students in the thirty-two other campuses of that university system.

(3) Other collaborators came from disgruntled townspeople, parents of young people whom I had run away from my house when they came to park in cars across the street and talk in loud, vulgar terms about me, drink, and smoke marijuna.

(4) Additional accomplices include people in the town government, especially the police. About two years after I moved to my retirement site in Mexico and built my house, I wrote a long letter concerning illegal immigration by Mexicans into the United States, pointing out the negative effects in both the United States and Mexico. I mailed that letter to Congresspersons, government officials, and friends in the United States. In the article, I spoke in very unflattering terms about the Mexican police and army, who often abet drug smugglers and human traffickers. Thus, a coalition, each element with its own grievance, gathered around and supported the perverted Evangelical family.

I first realized the existence of that conspiracy and the effects of the electronic torture and mind control that accompanied it when I made a trip back to the States in December of 2005 to visit my son and his family. On that trip, my vehicle broke down on the Mexican interstate, and I had to spend three days in a nearby small town while it was being repaired. In that town I suffered all types of verbal harassment and physical torture. The torture consisted of electrical shocks and violent electrical-like tremors in my body while in or near my hotel room. When I crossed the border into the United States, the harassment continued. Not long after leaving the border, I heard voices in the vehicle that at first seemed to come from the driver door panel. The radio was off. I gradually discovered that instead they came from my brain, transmitted there through the microchip implant driven by the terrorists’ computer program. As the terror increased in intensity, I learned more about it.

Naturally I sought information about how to neutralize the microchip. Several private investigative firms on the internet stated that they were able to locate the device. However, I found only one company, located in Niagra Falls, Canada, that claimed that it could also disarm the microchip. The firm quoted a non-negotiable price of U.S. $15,800 for the work, with no written guarantees.

After more than three years in Mexico, I moved back to the United States. Although the continual harassment was not the cause of my return, it was indeed a factor. The electronic torture and attempted mind control did not stop at the border. After my return to the U. S., the terrorism continued. Based on advice that I found in various sources, I experimented with several methods of nullifying the effects of the electronic torture and attempted mind control. I encased my head with aluminum foil while I slept. I installed chicken wire on all sides, top, and bottom of my bed. I exposed myself during lightening and thunder storms. None of those measures proved effective in countering the torture and mind control activities. But eventually I shall find that way, and when I do, I will share it with the world.

People who place involuntary microchip implants in humans and people who use those chips for electronic torture and mind control represent are perverts in every sense of the word, regardless of the reasons for their actions. Only cruel, sick minds can contrive those actions and toy with the minds and bodies of victims as if they were playing a video game. The psychos rob their victims of a shred of privacy: They can see you at all times, day and night, hear your conversations, read your email correspondence (including your business account numbers and passwords), and even monitor your thoughts. They follow a “textbook,” which is essentially a users manual for the PC program that operates the microchip along with instructions about applying electronic torture and exercising mind control to victims. All of their actions are undertaken in utter secrecy. I am confident, however, that the growing misuse of microchips will eventually force governments, science, and industry to develop ways to locate those individuals and groups to punish them. No punishment is too severe for perpetrators of electronic torture and mind control carried out through microchips.

The warped minds of the tormentors focus on all types of victims, regardless of race, gender, social and economic status, religion, or age. From my research, I learned that the tormentors usually choose victims who live alone, as they have no witnesses to the effects of the torture. I suspect that in years to come we will discover that some mass murderers and parents who kill their children are victims of implanted microchips. Two such murderers have made news in the last few years: Andrea Yates, who drowned all five of her children, and Leanna Laney, who killed two of her young sons and left a third one incapacitated for life. Both women were believed to be good and devoted mothers. Both women heard inner voices commanding them to commit infanticide. One of the women said the voice was that of the devil; the other one, that it was the voice of God. I suggest that perverts, perhaps sick Evangelicals, using microchip implants may have supplied those “voices.”

What are the objectives of the perverted cowards who use microchips instead of facing their opponents? Each group of the perverts has its own agenda, but in general here is what they seek to do:

(1) Make others think that you are losing or have lost your mind. They do this by projecting you with voices whose origins you do not know, causing you to lash out at the voices and react in other seemingly strange ways. People who witness you apparently talking to yourself and making gestures assume that you have gone crazy. You lose any semblance of credibility. To the public and the medical community, you are either schizophrenic or paranoid.

(2) Isolate you from society. By spreading rumors, sending anonymous messages to people who know you, causing irritability in you that makes you querulous and unpleasant to others, people begin to avoid you.

(3) Cause you actually to lose your mind. By projecting the voices and other sounds, applying electronic torture, letting you know that they are watching you every second of the day and night, etc. they hope to drive you slowly into either thinking that you might be imagining those actions or actually drive you crazy out of frustration at being able to do nothing and failure to convince others of the existence of the microchip.

(4) Reduce you to zombie status. By constantly hurling laser rays into your brain, destroying brain cells, they hope to turn you gradually into a mindless individual who from outward appearances suffers from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

(5) Make life physically and mentally miserable for you. The electronic torture and mind control techniques cause you physical pain, mental anguish, and deprive you of sleep, rendering you ineffective in your work and daily life.

(6) Often harassers seek to cause bodily harm and even death by causing vehicular and other accidents due to sleep deprivation. Through the use of the computer program that operates off the microchip, they can also cause heart attacks, gastric problems, and other ailments that might hospitalize you or kill you.

I wish to plant several ideas. A need urgently exists

(1) To create an awareness among the American public that what I have described above is real and that it could happen to anyone.

(2) To impose upon manufacturers of microchips the responsibility to control closely the sale and distribution of microchips.

(3) To start a repository of data on microchip implants and their use in electronic torture and mind control, including the personal experiences of victims and methods that might neutralize those devices.

(4) To establish a support group for victims of microchip implants.

(5) To pass national and international laws governing the use of microchip implants in humans and imposing heavy penalties, including capital punishment, for their misuse.

(6) To persuade psychiatrists and other medical personnel to accept that some patients exhibiting symptoms of schizophrenia, paranoia, Alzheimer’s, or dementia may instead be victims of involuntary microchip implants.

Besides being sneaks and cowards, tormentorss who carry out electronic torture and mind control using microchip implants are also criminals, guilty of (1) stalking, (2) harassing with malicious intent, (3) coercion (in attempting to make the victim do things that he/she does not want to do with their mind control methods), (4) psychological and virtual rape, (5) breaking and entering (which they often do to intimidate the victims by unlocking locked doors, turning back clocks, moving items in rooms, hiding other items, etc.), (6) burglary and theft (which they commit when they enter a victim’s home and take items to confuse and disorient the victim), (7) recording a victim’s conversations without his/her consent, (8) peeping tom-ism (through their ability to view the victim), (9) assault and battery (by using electric shock, etc. against the victims), (10) slander (by circulating false rumors and stories that lack proof about the victim), (11) libel (when those rumors and stories are put into print in the from of emails, etc), (12) computer hacking and phone tapping, (13) first degree murder (when a victim suffers a fatal car crash because of sleep deprivation), and (14) attempted murder (when their plans do not succeed), and, of course, (13) terrorism.

I am not easily intimidated. I fight back. I intend to overcome and beat the electronic torture and mind control attempts. My aims are simple and direct: (1) To continue to live a normal life. The perverted terrorists deprive their victims of sleep to cause them to have vehicular and other accidents, make them irritable to other people, and render them ineffective in their work. They want victims to react to their torture and mind control actions so that victims appear schizophrenic or paranoid. In short, they seek to make life miserable for the victims. (2) To learn increasingly more about microchip implants and the computer programs that allow users to victimize the microchip carriers. I already know some large international manufacturers of microchips. I intend to study those companies and attempt to establish dialogues with technicians in those companies to find out more about the computer programs that govern microchips. There must be some conscientious employees in those companies who will put victims above terrorists. (3) To expose the perpetrators of the electronic torture and mind control. There have to be ways to trace the harassment back to its origin. I shall find those ways. I want to neutralize the perverted demons who are trying to destroy my life and those of many other victims. (4) To continue to inform the public about the possibility and danger of microchip implants in humans.

I hope that other victims of involuntary microchip implants will see this article and will join the battle against the cowardly perverts who seek to ruin our lives. If in summarizing my saga of electronic torture and mind control through implanted microchips I have left out salient information, feel free to ask me to clarify points. I invite you to share with me your experiences and thoughts on the topic. Please post your comments (without using your real names for your protection) in the space following this blog or contact me at [email protected]

MHW

matrixcutter
18-09-2007, 01:12 PM
Michigan Child Identification Program (http://www.gl-mi.org/michigan-child-identification-program.htm)

At a Masonic Chip Event, Masons generate individual completed child identification kits that are given to the parent to take home for safe keeping (we keep nothing but a permission form).

http://www.michip.org/

http://www.gl-mi.org/images/michip/michiganchildidentificationbrochure.jpg

Click here for brochure (http://www.gl-mi.org/pdf/michigan-chip.pdf)

Each child progresses through the several stations of the event generating an identifying item at each station and placing them in his or her kit. This completed kit can be immediately provided to authorities to aid in the recovery of a missing child.

An Event in the Public Interest by the Masons of Michigan

- No charge to parents
MICHIP is provided free of charge to the public. All of the indemnifying iteming generated during the event are given to the child's family.
- Toothprints® Dental Impressions
Teeth, like fingerprints, are unique. Even with a child who is losing and gaining teeth, a dental imprint gives accurate and important information for identification purposes.
- DNA
Cheek cells in saliva provide DNA, which can uniquely identify anyone.
- Dog Scents
Saliva provides a pure, exclusive trace scent, which tracking dogs can use to find lost children.
- Color Photo
Amber Alert is in operation through¬out Michigan. The color photo can be circulated by police to media throughout the state within two hours of an abduction.
- Fingerprints
Fingerprints are a well known tool for recovery and identification.
- Recorded Interview
A brief videotaped interview is invaluable to an investigator. the MICHIP interview captures teh appearance, speech, mannerisms and important personal characteristics of a child. It is the cornerstone of the program.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (http://www.missingkids.com/) (NCMEC) recognizes COMPREHENSIVE MASONIC CHIP as one of the most complete child recovery and identification programs in the nation. In 1999 alone, over 797,500 children were reported missing in the United States.

The Michigan Child Identification Program, or MICHIP, is sponsored by the Michigan Masons and uses a defined "Masonic Model" called COMPREHENSIVE MASONIC CHIP. It is currently in operation by Masonic jurisdictions in thirteen states and continues to be adopted by Masons across North America.

Click here (http://www.gl-mi.org/pdf/michigan-chip.pdf) for more information or call us at (800)632-8764.

matrixcutter
18-09-2007, 03:38 PM
BBC Horizon - Human 2.0 (44mins 57s) (http://www.thoughtware.tv/site/show/93)

There is a moment in the near future where scientists believe we will transform the notion of what we believe to be Human. By conducting some of the most controversial experiments, Scientists are unlocking the secrets of the Human Brain, moving us towards the moment where it will be possible to store our minds in machines. Then we will be able to change what we are, and who we are. This is the story of how Biology and Technology will combine to create a new type of Human. Human version 2.0

trumansho
21-09-2007, 03:14 PM
if you take a microchip you'll gonig to be like a human robot/zombie which some people already are.

chicken
22-09-2007, 01:46 PM
Psychiatrists and other doctors treating victims of microchip implants normally mis-diagnose their symptoms as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Even writing about such a topic almost automatically labels one schizophrenic, paranoid, or, in the least, a crackpot.

I actually think I have been chipped - I had/have most of what the matrixcutter post is about - I live in the UK. The bastards have tried a lot of things to get me to and think stuff - I am still strong. However they have not finished yet

chicken

matrixcutter
26-09-2007, 01:48 AM
VeriChip and Digital Angel to Accelerate Development of Implantable Chip

VeriChip Corporation and Digital Angel Corporation to Accelerate Development of Implantable RFID Glucose-Sensing Microchip for Humans Through Development Agreement with RECEPTORS LLC (http://home.businesswire.com/portal/site/google/index.jsp?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20070924005470&newsLang=en)
September 24, 2007 08:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time

Phase I of Project Aimed at Demonstration of a Self-Contained Implantable Glucose-Sensing System

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VeriChip Corporation ("VeriChip") (NASDAQ: CHIP), a provider of RFID systems for healthcare and patient-related needs, and Digital Angel Corporation (“Digital Angel”) (AMEX: DOC), owner of Patent No. 7,125,382 for an embedded bio-sensor system, announced today they have entered into a memorandum of understanding with RECEPTORS LLC, an expert in the field of proteomics and the development of artificial receptors to develop a prototype renewable glucose sensor to use in conjunction with an implantable bio-sensing RFID microchip to measure glucose levels in the human body. VeriChip will manage the partnership project, with the assistance of Digital Angel, aimed at accelerating the development of an embedded glucose bio-sensing system for humans. RECEPTORS will be responsible for demonstrating a self-contained glucose-sensing system in Phase I of the project. VeriChip anticipates a functioning prototype within six to twelve months.

Scott R. Silverman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of VeriChip, said, “The partnership with RECEPTORS will expand and accelerate our development efforts to create a prototype product and subsequently initiate clinical trials. We believe an implantable, glucose-sensing microchip could materially improve the lives of people with diabetes by negating their need to withdraw blood multiple times each day. With more than 230 million people around the world living with diabetes, this is a potentially significant market opportunity that could change diabetes treatment.

“Over time, we anticipate that VeriChip’s medical device division will grow through implantable RF and other technologies. We look at this glucose sensor development project as a first step in evolving our business from implantable RF identification devices to devices that can treat, diagnose and aid in patient care,” continued Silverman.

Checking blood glucose levels regularly is critical to properly managing diabetes. The conventional method – a finger prick – is invasive, painful and often inaccurate. The implantable bio-sensor chip would have a passive transponder, a sensor and integrated circuitry that could allow anyone implanted with the microchip to painlessly scan it to determine their blood glucose concentration. The RFID microchip would then quickly and accurately transmit the glucose data back to a wireless scanner that displays the glucose level. The RFID microchip would be powered by the scanner signal, avoiding the need for a battery in the microchip.

In October 2006, Digital Angel announced the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had granted Digital Angel patent No. 7,125,382, titled "Embedded Bio-Sensor System.” Although it is unknown when commercialization of this glucose-sensing microchip may occur, VeriChip Corporation intends to market it as Digital Angel’s exclusive licensee in the area of human implantable identification products. Digital Angel has also developed a temperature-sensing microchip, Bio-Thermo™, which is already available for use in horses and companion pets.

About RECEPTORS LLC

RECEPTORS' technology originates from its CARA ™ AFFINITY BY DESIGN™ Discovery Platform, which allows the company to optimize artificial receptors to any application. Its product suite focuses on the development of an integrated proteomics "toolkit", with an emphasis on high-performance protein isolation and biomarker discovery. RECEPTORS LLC is privately held. For more information on RECEPTORS, please call 1-952-448-4337, or email [email protected] Additional information can be found online at http://www.receptorsllc.com.

About VeriChip

VeriChip, headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, develops, markets and sells radio frequency identification, or RFID, systems used to identify, locate and protect people and assets. VeriChip's goal is to become the leading provider of RFID systems for people in the healthcare industry. The Company recently began marketing its VeriMed(TM) Patient Identification System, a passive RFID system for rapidly and accurately identifying people who arrive in an emergency room and are unable to communicate. This system uses the first human-implantable passive RFID microchip, the implantable VeriChip(TM), cleared for medical use in October 2004 by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

VeriChip is majority-owned by Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADSX), which also owns a majority position in Digital Angel Corporation (Amex: DOC). For more information on VeriChip, please call 1-800-970-2447, or email [email protected] Additional information can be found online at http://www.verichipcorp.com.

About Digital Angel Corporation

Digital Angel Corporation (www.DigitalAngelCorp.com) develops and deploys sensor and communications technologies that enable rapid and accurate identification, location tracking, and condition monitoring of high-value assets. Applications for the Company’s products include identification and monitoring of humans, pets, fish, poultry and livestock through its patented implantable microchips; location tracking and message monitoring of vehicles and aircraft in remote locations through systems that integrate GPS and geosynchronous satellite communications; and monitoring of asset conditions such as temperature and movement, through advanced miniature sensors. Digital Angel Corporation is majority-owned by Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSX), which also owns a majority position in VeriChip Corporation (NASDAQ: CHIP).

This press release includes forward-looking statements, including but not limited to statements regarding the potential development, clinical trials and commercialization of an implantable glucose-sensing microchip, the potential of the microchip to revolutionize diabetes care and management and to negate the need for diabetics to draw blood to monitor blood glucose levels, its ability to painlessly and accurately scan, determine, and transmit glucose concentration levels to a wireless scanner, and the potential for it to operate properly within the human body for the timeframe intended. VeriChip and Digital Angel wish to caution readers that certain important factors and various risks may have affected and could in the future affect VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s actual results and could cause VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s actual results for subsequent periods to differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement made by or on behalf of VeriChip and Digital Angel. With respect to VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s expectations expressed in this press release, such risk factors include, but are not limited to, the performance of the product according to VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s expectations. This information is also qualified in its entirety by cautionary statements and risk factor disclosures contained in VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s annual reports on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2006 and its quarterly reports. VeriChip and Digital Angel can offer no assurances that any projections, assumptions or forecasts made or discussed in this release will be met, and investors should understand the risks of investing solely due to such projections. VeriChip and Digital Angel undertake no obligation to revise any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this press release.


Contacts

VeriChip and Digital Angel
Allison Tomek, 561-805-8008
[email protected]
or
RECEPTORS LLC
Kris Vanella, 952-448-4337

matrixcutter
26-09-2007, 02:02 AM
Michigan Child Identification Program (http://www.gl-mi.org/michigan-child-identification-program.htm)

At a Masonic Chip Event, Masons generate individual completed child identification kits that are given to the parent to take home for safe keeping (we keep nothing but a permission form).

http://www.michip.org/

http://www.gl-mi.org/images/michip/michiganchildidentificationbrochure.jpg

Click here for brochure (http://www.gl-mi.org/pdf/michigan-chip.pdf)

Each child progresses through the several stations of the event generating an identifying item at each station and placing them in his or her kit. This completed kit can be immediately provided to authorities to aid in the recovery of a missing child.

An Event in the Public Interest by the Masons of Michigan

- No charge to parents
MICHIP is provided free of charge to the public. All of the indemnifying iteming generated during the event are given to the child's family.
- Toothprints® Dental Impressions
Teeth, like fingerprints, are unique. Even with a child who is losing and gaining teeth, a dental imprint gives accurate and important information for identification purposes.
- DNA
Cheek cells in saliva provide DNA, which can uniquely identify anyone.
- Dog Scents
Saliva provides a pure, exclusive trace scent, which tracking dogs can use to find lost children.
- Color Photo
Amber Alert is in operation through¬out Michigan. The color photo can be circulated by police to media throughout the state within two hours of an abduction.
- Fingerprints
Fingerprints are a well known tool for recovery and identification.
- Recorded Interview
A brief videotaped interview is invaluable to an investigator. the MICHIP interview captures teh appearance, speech, mannerisms and important personal characteristics of a child. It is the cornerstone of the program.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (http://www.missingkids.com/) (NCMEC) recognizes COMPREHENSIVE MASONIC CHIP as one of the most complete child recovery and identification programs in the nation. In 1999 alone, over 797,500 children were reported missing in the United States.

The Michigan Child Identification Program, or MICHIP, is sponsored by the Michigan Masons and uses a defined "Masonic Model" called COMPREHENSIVE MASONIC CHIP. It is currently in operation by Masonic jurisdictions in thirteen states and continues to be adopted by Masons across North America.

Click here (http://www.gl-mi.org/pdf/michigan-chip.pdf) for more information or call us at (800)632-8764.

Alan Watt (http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6117) discussed the agenda to have children microchipped, including information put out by freemasons (this time in Missouri) in his Jan 19, 2007 mini-blurb - "Mason's Microchip" (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_MasonsMicrochips_Jan192007.html) - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_MasonsMicrochips_Jan192007.html).

matrixcutter
26-09-2007, 02:05 AM
Here is an example of a stepping stone, from Japan:

RFID Watches Over School Kids in Japan (http://www.rfidjournal.com/article/articleview/2050/1/1/)

A group of children in Yokohama City wears active tags to keep them safe on their way to and from school.

By Claire Swedberg

Dec. 16, 2005—Children in Yokohama City, Japan, are the focus of a trial intended to test whether radio frequency identification might make Japanese school children safer on their way to school and back again.

The four-month trial began this month using AeroScout (http://www.aeroscout.com/)'s T2 battery-powered RFID tags with call buttons. Nissan Motor Co., NTT Data Corp. (http://www.nttdata.co.jp/en/index.html), Its Communications Inc. (http://www.itscom.jp/), Tokyo Security Co. and Trendy Corp. are also participating in the trial. The system tracks the movement of children in a 2- by 2 1/2-kilometer (1.2- by 1.6-mile) area surrounding a city school.

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Josh Slobin, AeroScout

Each child participating in the program wears a bracelet with a 2.4 GHz RFID tag complying with the 802.11 W-Fi standard. The tags can be set to send a signal, every second or every minute, to existing Cisco (http://www.cisco.com/) Wi-Fi access points used by the city for wireless Internet access. Those Wi-Fi access points function as RFID interrogators (readers).

Known as i-Safety, the system uses AeroScout software to determine the location of the child based on the tag’s signal strength received by Wi-Fi access points in the vicinity. That location information then goes to an NTT-run database, where a tag's unique Media Access Control (MAC) address is matched to that location.

The tags can transmit a signal to Wi-Fi access points as far as 1,000 feet away, and can be used to trace children within 10 meters (33 feet) of their actual location, at any point in the area where the trial is being held. In addition, the RFID tag comes with a call button a child can press to send an RF signal notifying the system he or she needs assistance.

AeroScout's T2 RFID tags are also being added to select Nissan vehicles regularly driven through the area on business, or for errands. The onboard RFID tags will send their MAC addresses to the same Wi-Fi access points as the cars drive through the trial area. NTT Data can then send a wireless alert message to a box installed under the passenger seat whenever the car drives near a child. When that happens, the box emits a recorded voice warning telling the driver a child is close by. There are two purposes for this function, Slobin says. First, participating drivers who pass through the area will know to avoid hitting the child. Second, designated safety guards monitoring the area by car can be notified by a voice message explaining that a child has pressed the call button, and identifying where that child is.

The system can also be set up to notify parents or guardians automatically via e-mail on a cellular phone or PC if a child passes a specific Wi-Fi access point on the way to or from school. If a child presses the tag's call button, the system will send parents an e-mail message to their cellular phone or PC, notifying them that their child needs assistance. The parents will also receive an image on the phone screen of a map showing where the child is.

The tags do not carry any information about the child, says AeroScout's director of marketing, Josh Slobin. Instead, the only information on the tag is its specific MAC address, a unique ID code used to identify networked devices. The NTT-run database contains data related to that address, such as the wearer's name, home address, parents and phone number.

"The information about the child resides on the software side of the system. There is no data being transmitted that is potentially insecure," Slobin says. That means no one could access the child's name or other personal information simply by using an RFID interrogator to capture the tag's data.

There has been a growing interest in child security in Japan, where most children make their way to school without a parent, and where there has been a series of recent crimes against children while in transit to school.

"Success for us would be to increase public confidence in their children's safety in Japan," Slobin explains. He says the system, thus far, has generated considerable excitement in Japan, with six television studios filming the early days of the trial. Slobin says he hopes the trial will prove that such an RFID solution could improve children's safety.

The participating companies say they plan to expand the detection range of the tags and adjust the system to respond to increased car speeds based on the test results. NTT Data is responsible for the overall coordination and system development; Its Communications Inc., for the provisioning of the network infrastructure, including wireless LAN-based transceiver stations; Trendy, for the system development and operation; and Tokyo Security, for the deployment of security guards to assist in community patrolling, and to go to locations whenever there is trouble.

AeroScout hopes to see the system in use at other school districts in Japan, and then worldwide once the trial has completed.

matrixcutter
26-09-2007, 02:21 AM
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
California could be 3rd state to ban forced RFID implants (http://www.stateline.org/live/details/story?contentId=240878)
By Orr Shtuhl, Special to Stateline.org

It would be an interesting feature of an employee’s first day: sign a contract, fill out a W-2 and roll up your sleeve for your microchip injection.

Sounds like sci-fi, but it’s happened, and now a handful of states are making sure their citizens will never be forced to have a microchip implanted under their skin.

If Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) signs a bill passed Sept. 4, California would join Wisconsin and North Dakota in banning human implanting of these tags without consent.

No one’s quite sure how real a threat these forced implants might be, or why states are feeling compelled to protect their residents from being physically tagged. Lawmakers are calling the legislation pre-emptive, while the industry that produces the technology sees the states’ action as fear mongering.

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags – tiny, data-storing microchips about the size of a grain of rice – are in passports, in Wal-Mart factory shipments and in subway passes in cities from New York to Taiwan. They are also in humans. On one less-than-likely episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," a paranoid actor Bob Saget even uses one to monitor his adulterous wife.

Unlike Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, which is used for constant, real-time tracking, RFID tags are scanned at close range – usually from a few feet to a few inches. The tags are tracked by scanners installed at checkpoints, such as office doors or warehouse loading docks. The systems are also commonly used in highway toll collection and as theft protection in car keys.

In humans, they have been used to store medical information, to track movement and to gain access to locked rooms. To date, 2,000 RFID chips have been sold for implantation in humans, says VeriChip Corp. (http://www.verichipcorp.com/), the only manufacturer with a Food and Drug Administration-approved implantable chip.

The company is focusing its technology on medical patient identification, and about 400 patients, including those with Alzheimer's disease, have RFIDs implanted. Other VeriChip human implants have been used by a Spanish nightclub to allow VIPs with implanted chips to bypass entrance lines and by the Mexico attorney general’s staff to safeguard identity information at a time when the kidnapping of government officials there is not uncommon.

Some customers are using them as high-tech keys. Ohio security firm CityWatcher.com raised eyebrows in 2006 when it requested that some of its employees be “chipped,” or implanted with tags for access to certain rooms. According to published reports, only two employees got the implants before the company dropped the program. CityWatcher.com has since shut down.

But forced chipping has been a rare practice, leading some industry spokespeople to decry regulation as “scare tactics.”

Wisconsin enacted the first RFID ban (http://www.legis.state.wi.us/2005/data/acts/05Act482.pdf) in May 2006, and North Dakota in April. Colorado and Ohio have bills in committee, and Oklahoma and Florida saw theirs die last session. Except for one U.S. House proposal (http://www.thomas.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c110:H.R.2716:) to use RFID tags to track prescription drugs, Congress has not widely addressed the technology.

Legislators admit that the few laws being enacted are pre-emptive. Wisconsin state Rep. Marlin Schneider (D) had never heard of CityWatcher.com when he drafted the first implant ban.

“I had heard about this device from CNN or someplace, and I went into the office and said, ‘Get a bill drafted that prohibits this,’” he said. “This is beyond even what Orwell imagined.”

State Sen. Joe Simitian (D), who authored California’s bill, said he first looked into RFID legislation after grade schools in Sutter County, Calif., required students to wear IDs containing the chips to help monitor attendance. The move prompted privacy complaints from parents, and the school eventually stopped using the technology.

Simitian introduced four other RFID bills, dealing with criminal punishment for identity theft, security standards and use of these tags in driver’s licenses and school IDs.

All four proposals were originally pieces of California’s Identity Information Protection Act of 2006, which passed but was vetoed by Schwarzenegger. In a statement (http://gov.ca.gov/pdf/press/sb_768_veto.pdf), he recommended waiting for standards from the federal Real ID Act, a plan to organize states’ driver’s licenses into a national system. The governor has until Oct. 14 to sign or veto the newly passed bill.

The lack of security in the chips is particularly alarming, Simitian said, and is a major reason he thinks the state should step in with regulation. A May 2006 story (http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/14.05/rfid_pr.html) in Wired Magazine featured Jonathan Westhues, a 24-year-old engineer who demonstrated how he could (and did) covertly scan a company’s RFID employee badge and break into the office – all with a cheap, homemade reader. He’s since posted detailed instructions (http://cq.cx/verichip.pl) on how to make the reader on his Web site.

Westhues likens RFID chips to “a repurposed dog tag. … The Verichip is built with no attempt at security, and is therefore not very special to clone,” he writes on his Web site.

How low-tech are these homemade readers?

Determined to show the security flaws to skeptics in the Legislature, Simitian asked a tech-savvy grad student from his office to build one. The student then wandered the state Capitol one afternoon with the reader in his briefcase. In the process, he stole the security numbers of nine representatives. The reader could send out any of those numbers, getting him past any locked door a state senator would have access to. And he would appear as the senator in the electronic records.

Manufacturers and industry representatives say that no cases of such identity theft have been documented. But depending on the desired level of security, cameras and guards should be used in addition to RFID tags, says the AeA (http://www.aeanet.org/) (formerly the American Electronics Association).

The technology is being embraced by a few government agencies. Both Vermont and Washington state have agreed to work with the Department of Homeland Security to test RFID driver’s licenses, although they won’t be required by citizens. The U.S. Department of Defense has been tracking shipments with RFID tags since 2003.

Besides possible privacy breaches, the new technology also has raised health alarms. Studies of implants used in the past 12 years have linked RFIDs to cancer in lab mice and rats, according to The Associated Press.

The studies did not have control groups for the cancer, and manufacturers report no complications with the millions of pets that have had various chip implants over the last 15 years. But the results were enough for some scientists to question the FDA’s approval of the technology.

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Contact Orr Shtuhl at [email protected]

Related stories:
California law on ID theft seen as model
Real ID dropouts leave security holes
States' rebellion at Real ID echoes in Congress
Two states lead revolt against Real ID
Real ID deadline delayed
Are you a citizen? Prove it (http://www.stateline.org/live/details/story?contentId=168723)

matrixcutter
28-09-2007, 01:05 AM
Another audio:


http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2007/09sep/RICR-070927.jpg

Kent Daniel Bentkowski - The Microchip Agenda (mp3) (http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2007/09sep/RICR-070927-kbentkowski.mp3)
September 27, 2007

Kent Daniel Bentkowski from Kentroversypapers.net (http://www.kentroversypapers.net/) joins us to discuss his article "The Microchip Agenda - Would You like a CHIP To Go with That Hot Dog (http://kentroversypapers.blogspot.com/2005/08/microchip-agenda.html)". We begin talking about Kent's recent Health Scare and Kent also Shares with us a Positive Announcement about his Upcoming Book Project. Topics Discussed: Micro Chipping of Pet's and Live Stock, Chipping of Children for Reasons of Security, Who is Behind the Development? The Popularization of the Microchip, Why the Need for a Micro Chipped Population? VeriChip and Cancer Tumors, VeriChip Health Corporation Changed name to Xmark, Digital Angel, Mark of the Beast, Project L.U.C.I.D., RFID, Nano Sized Chips, Iris Scan & Ad's, The New World Order Agenda and much more.

More links here (http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2007/09sep/RICR-070927.html).

montag
28-09-2007, 03:19 AM
TiVo Files Patent For RFID Personal Video Recorder

By Laurie Sullivan , TechWeb Technology News

TiVo Inc. has filed a patent application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office earlier this month that suggests company inventors believe radio frequency identification (RFID) technology will become inserted into clothing, jewelry, key chains, and even under the skin in the body.

Whether TiVo actually decides to build in the feature, the patent is for a personal video recorder (PVR) that recognizes viewer preferences through an RFID chip embedded in clothing, jewelry or "inserted somewhere [in] the user's body."

The multimedia mobile personalization system would have a remote control that recognizes the viewer's RFID tag closest to the PVR. The remote control identifies and notifies the multimedia device through the RFID chip in the person's clothing or body to tailor the media content to their preferences.

The remote control device would identify and link the viewer to the system using an "RFID tag that is attached to a key ring, necklace, watch, in his wallet, or even a sub dermal tag inserted somewhere in the user's body." The remote control would detect the RFID tag in a limited radius so it wouldn't get confused by signals from others, the patent said.

Either broadcast or recorded television programs and music play lists stored on a local hard drive could be sorted, displayed or restricted, depending on the user identifier. Other methods of identifying the user are stated, too, such as computer vision recognition, biometric identification, and voice analysis.

http://www.techweb.com/wire/hardware/174401408

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 02:26 PM
Some older articles:

Kidnapped? GPS to the Rescue (http://www.wired.com/techbiz/media/news/2002/01/50004)
Julia Scheeres 01.25.02 | 2:00 AM

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Foreign executives and other individuals who are frequent kidnapping targets in Latin America will soon be able to use implantable ID chips and personal GPS devices in an attempt to thwart their abductors.

Applied Digital Solutions (http://www.adsx.com/) announced Thursday it had reached an agreement with a distributor to sell its VeriChip and Digital Angel products in three South American countries.

The Palm Beach, Florida, company refused to discuss the particulars of the deal -- including the names of the countries or the distributor -- for security reasons.

"We don't want the bad guys to find out," said Keith Bolton, chief technology officer.

In recent years, a rash of abductions have plagued Latin American countries. Colombia is the kidnapping capital of the world, with more than 3,000 people nabbed in that country each year, according to the State Department (http://travel.state.gov/colombia_warning.html).

Applied Digital Solutions decided to market its products -- which were originally designed for medical purposes and to track parolees -- in South America, after security firms showed interest in using the devices to track and recover kidnapped clients.

VeriChip (http://www.adsx.com/VeriChip/verichip.html) is similar to the devices that have been implanted in millions of pets (http://www.gcn.com/archives/sl/1997/November/desk.htm) in the United States in recent years, which allow animal shelters to identify the pets and contact their owners.

The chip, which is slightly larger than a grain of rice and transmits two to three sentences of data, can be read by a scanner up to four feet away. It is injected into the subject's forearm or shoulder under local anesthesia during an outpatient procedure and leaves no mark, Bolton said.

Applied Digital Solutions originally planned to sell the chip to people with pacemakers or other internal medical devices as a way of transmitting health information -- such as allergies -- to hospital workers in emergency situations.

The second product, Digital Angel (http://www.digitalangel.net/), which combines a global satellite positioning system and monitoring service, was designed with people who stray in mind, such as parolees or Alzheimer's patients. The system combines a watch and a device the size of a pack of cigarettes that clips onto a waist band or a belt like a pager.

"We agreed to distribute the products (in South America) because it's consistent with our mission to save lives and improve the quality of life," he said. The GPS system could help locate kidnapping victims, and the VeriChip could identify them if they were drugged -- or in a worst case scenario -- killed.

The two products will be bundled together for sale in South America, and initial orders exceed $300,000. The Verichip -- which must be approved by the FDA before it is sold in the United States -- didn't require the same clearance in the South American market.

Security experts had mixed reaction to the company's announcement.

"If the police are notified and are able to use the GPS to track you down, the device is going to be paramount," said Greg Pearson, director of Protective Services for the Steele Foundation (http://www.steelefoundation.com/), a risk management company in San Francisco.

In some situations, it may be safer to negotiate with captors than to send in the commandos, added Sean McWeeney, president of the Fairfax, Virginia-based Corporate Risk International (http://www.corprisk.com/).

"If you're being held by kidnappers, you want to be careful," McWeeney said. "If everybody's armed, there's a high likelihood of a shootout, and the last thing you want to do is to get caught in the crossfire."

Since it was first announced on December 19, 2001, the VeriChip has been featured by dozens of media outlets. While civil libertarians have raised fears about people being implanted with the chip against their will, the company said it has received more than 2,000 e-mails from teenagers who have volunteered to be "chipped."

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 02:34 PM
Schoolchildren to be RFID-chipped (http://networks.silicon.com/lans/0,39024663,39122042,00.htm)

Japanese authorities decide tracking is best way to protect kids

By Jo Best - Thursday 8 July 2004

The rights and wrongs of RFID-chipping human beings have been debated since the tracking tags reached the technological mainstream. Now, school authorities in the Japanese city of Osaka have decided the benefits outweigh the disadvantages and will now be chipping children in one primary school.

The tags will be read by readers installed in school gates and other key locations to track the kids' movements.

The chips will be put onto kids' schoolbags, name tags or clothing in one Wakayama prefecture school. Denmark's Legoland introduced a similar scheme (http://www.silicon.com/research/specialreports/protectingid/0,3800002220,39121670,00.htm) last month to stop young children going astray.

RFID is more commonly found in supermarket and other retailers' supply chains, however, companies are now seeking more innovative ways to derive value from the tracking technology. US airline Delta recently announced it would be using RFID to track travellers' luggage (http://networks.silicon.com/lans/0,39024663,39121825,00.htm).

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 02:47 PM
Why, Hello, Mr. Chips (http://wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,51575,00.html)

Julia Scheeres 04.04.02 | 1:35 PM

The VeriChip carries the personal information of the person it is embedded in. The actual chip is about the size of a grain of rice. The Food and Drug Administration has ruled that an implantable microchip used for ID purposes is not a regulated device, paving the way for the chip's immediate sale in the United States, the manufacturer announced today.

For the past several weeks, Applied Digital Solutions (http://www.adsx.com/) has worked to get its VeriChip (http://www.adsx.com/prodservpart/verichip.html) -- a biochip containing personal data that is similar to devices used to identify lost pets -- classified as a non-regulated device. On Thursday, the company's wish was granted.

"They inquired about the use of the product for non-medical, identification purposes," said FDA spokeswoman Sharon Snider. "If it's a non-medical use, the FDA doesn't regulate it."

Because the VeriChip won't be subject to the agency's rigorous safety tests, ADS will be able to launch the product over the next three months, said ADS president Scott Silverman, first in the company's headquarters of Palm Beach County, Florida, and then nationwide.

In the United States, the VeriChip has been marketed as a medical aid which would allow hospital workers to access patients' health records with a simple wave of the wand, or reader. While the FDA has not approved storing medical information on the chip, the device's ID could be cross-referenced with a computer database holding the patient's records.

In South America, the device has been bundled with a GPS-unit and sold to potential kidnapping victims. (The company is developing a separate implantable GPS product for kidnapping targets that should be completed in a year, Silverman said.) The company hasn't decided yet if it will sell or freely distribute the scanner needed to read the chip's 125-kHz signal to hospitals. The scanner is expected to cost between $1,000 and $3,000.

ADS has been inundated with inquiries from teenagers and other technophiles who are impatient to get the device.

"We'll start the rollout with people who want it for medical concerns and Generation Y people who want to get chipped because they think it's cool," Silverman said.

ADS plans to charge $200 for the chip (insertion would be free at certified clinics) and an annual $40 service fee for maintaining the users' database. The chip, which is slightly larger than a grain of rice, is inserted under local anesthesia during a quick outpatient procedure.

The VeriChip has fanned the fear among certain Christians who believe it may be the dreaded "Mark of the Beast (http://www.tldm.org/News4/MarkoftheBeast.htm)" described in Biblical lore.

Privacy advocates are also concerned about the chip's involuntary implantation or the possibility of using the technology to track government dissidents in the future.

Among the first people to receive the VeriChip will be a Palm Beach County family called the Jacobs. The Jacobs family -- Leslie, Jeffrey, and their son Derek -– are interested in the chip for a variety of health, security and technolust reasons.

Jeffrey Jacobs, the father, suffers from multiple degenerative diseases and needs 10 medications a day to control pain and other problems. He believes the chip could save his life during an emergency if he were unable to communicate with health workers. His 12-year-old son fantasizes about the merging of man and machine. And Jacobs' wife, Leslie, believes the chip could become a tamper-proof way to identify people in an increasingly insecure world.

"We are so thrilled to be part of this," Leslie Jacobs said, scoffing at privacy and religious concerns. "When they find out what this is really about, and that it can save people's lives, they'll change their minds."

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 02:59 PM
They Want Their ID Chips Now (http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2002/02/50187)
Julia Scheeres 02.06.02 | 2:00 AM

Meet the Jacobs family: Jeffrey, Leslie and their son, Derek. They're a fairly typical American family, middle class and ambitious. The father is a dentist, the mother is an account executive at an interior design magazine and the 14-year-old son plays jazz and tinkers with computers in his spare time.

But one thing may soon make the Jacobses stand out: They could become the first family in the world to be implanted with microchips that contain their personal information.

The chip in question, the VeriChip (http://www.adsx.com/VeriChip/verichip.html), is similar to the biochips (http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/0,,sid9_gci211664,00.html) that have been used (http://www.saveourstrays.com/chips.htm) to identify pets and livestock for years.

Made by Applied Digital Solutions (http://www.adsx.com/) (ADS), the VeriChip stores six lines of text and is slightly larger than a grain of rice. It emits a 125-kHz radio frequency signal that can be picked up by a special scanner up to four feet away.

The company initially plans to market the chip in the United States as a medical device that would allow hospital workers to simply scan a patient's body in an emergency situation to access their health record.

The Jacobses, who live in Boca Raton, Florida, first heard about the microchip in a television news report.

"Derek stood up and said, 'I want to be the first kid to be implanted with the chip,'" Leslie Jacobs said. "For the next few days all he did was talk about the VeriChip."

Derek, an eighth-grader who became a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (http://www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/mcse/default.asp) at age 12, fantasizes about merging humans and machines. Jeffrey Jacobs, who is severely disabled, was interested in the device for health reasons. So Leslie called up Palm Beach-based ADS and offered her family as guinea pigs once the microchip is approved for testing by the FDA.

ADS chief technology officer Keith Bolton said he was a bit wary about the family's motives at first, but the Jacobses quickly convinced him they'd be perfect subjects. Since the VeriChip was announced in December, the company has been bombarded with queries from people interested in the device, Bolton said.

"Right now we have over 2,000 kids who have e-mailed, wanting to have the chip implanted," he said. "They think it's cool."

Derek, for one, dreams of a day when he'll be able log onto his computers or unlock his house and turn on the lights without lifting a finger, functions that British professor Kevin Warwick was able to do in a 1998 experiment (http://www2.cyber.reading.ac.uk/Implant/IEVersionSmall/index.html) with an implanted microchip.

Derek was also inspired by Richard Seelig, the company's director of medical applications, who injected two VeriChips into himself after hearing stories of rescue workers at the World Trade Center scrawling their names and Social Security numbers onto their bodies in case they didn't make it out of the rubble alive.

"I think it's one more step in the evolution of man and technology," said Derek, who once needed to move into the family room after his electronics equipment crowded his bedroom. "There are endless possibilities for this."

(Currently the chip is immutable once the device is injected via a syringe, using local anesthetic. In future applications, the chip may include a GPS receiver and other advanced features, company officials said.)

Jeffrey, a 48-year-old cancer survivor, has more practical reasons for wanting the VeriChip.

"If something happens to me and there's no one that knows anything about my medical history, any paramedic or hospital worker, if they have the scanner -- which hopefully everyone will have at some point –- will be able to scan all my information," he said. "It could save my life."

Leslie, 46, said she was motivated by security concerns. The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks hit close to home: Her family lives in South Florida, where authorities say 14 of the 19 hijackers lived. Her office is a block away from tabloid publisher American Media, where a photo editor died (http://www.msnbc.com/news/639937.asp) after contracting anthrax.

The world would be a safer place if authorities had a tamper-proof way of identifying people, she said.

"I have nothing to hide, so I wouldn't mind having the chip for verification," Leslie Jacobs said. "I already have an ID card, so why not have a chip?"

Pilots could be chipped and scanned before they entered the cockpit, she suggested, to ensure the person sitting at the controls was indeed an airline employee. Her husband went further, suggesting that violent criminals and known terrorists should be routinely chipped as a matter of policy.

The idea of requiring people to be implanted was brought up by Applied Digital Solutions CEO Richard Sullivan in an interview (http://www.gopbi.com/partners/pbpost/epaper/editions/today/business_c312779d0594902e00ee.html) with the Palm Beach Post, in which he suggested microchips be used to track foreigners visiting the United States. (The company has since downplayed his comments.)

But an X-Files (http://www.thex-files.com/)-type scheme where everyone is forcibly marked and monitored by the government worries both civil libertarians and Christians, who believe new technologies such as biometrics and biochips may be the feared "Mark of the Beast" of Biblical lore that is described in Revelations 13:16:

"He also forced everyone, small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on his right hand or on his forehead, so that no one could buy or sell unless he had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of his name."

Gary Wohlscheid, the president of The Last Day Ministries (http://www.tldm.org/) –- a group espousing the belief that humanity is on the verge of an apocalyptic showdown between the forces of good and evil –- believes the VeriChip could be this mark. Although the chip is not yet small enough to be injected into the forehead or right hand at the moment, it could be in the future, he said.

"Out of all the technologies with potential to be the mark of the beast, the VeriChip has got the best possibility right now," he said. "It's definitely not the final product, but it's a step toward it. Within three to four years, people will be required to use it. Those that reject it will be put to death."

Wohlscheid felt so strongly about this possibility that he created a Web page (http://www.tldm.org/News4/MarkoftheBeast.htm) to warn others of the microchip's evil potential.

To quell Christians' fears, Bolton, the Jacobses and a theologian recently appeared on the 700 Club (http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/news/020131a.asp), hosted by televangelist Pat Robertson.

Privacy expert Richard Smith (http://www.computerbytesman.com/) scoffed at the Jacobses' plans.

"Sounds like a publicity stunt and nothing more," he said. "Being chipped today has no value because hospitals and the police don't have the reader units."

Although the VeriChip is awaiting FDA approval in the United States, the company recently announced a deal to market the chips to potential kidnap victims living in South America, such as corporate executives. The device could be used to identify abduction victims who are unable to communicate with their rescuers because they are unconscious, drugged or, in a worst-case scenario, dead.

The company hopes to get the FDA green light in the next couple of months. When and if that happens, the Jacobses would be among the first subjects to receive the VeriChip, company officials said.

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 03:13 PM
VeriChip RFID Tag Patient Implant Badges Now FDA Approved (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=199)

Update 0ct-17-2004: The Food and Drug Administration has given final approval to Applied Digital Solutions to sell their VeriChip RFID tags for implantation into patients in hospitals. The intent is to provide immediate positive identification of patients both in hospitals and in emergencies. Doctors, emergency-room personnel and ambulance crews could get immediate identification without resorting to looking for wallets and purses for ID. If, for example, you had a pre-existing medical condition or allergy, this could be taken into account immediately.

The Federal Drug Administration has approved a final review process to determine whether hospitals can use VeriChip RFID tags to identify patients. The 11-millimeter RFID tags will be implanted in the fatty tissue of the upper arm. The estimated life of the tags is twenty years.

http://www.technovelgy.com/graphics/content/verichip-patient.jpg
(From VeriChip (http://www.4verichip.com/))

The VeriChip is a radio frequency identification (RFID) device that is injected just below the skin; the subdermal RFID tag location is invisible to the naked eye. A unique verification number is transmitted to a suitable reader when the person is within range.

The FDA ruling is not to allow implantation in humans; this has already been established. The purpose of the review is to examine privacy issues.

Kevin Wiley, CEO of VeriChip Corporation, stated:

We continue to market and sell VeriChip internationally primarily for the security application. As evidenced by the recent chipping of Mexico's Attorney General and his staff, the VeriChip technology provides first-of-a-kind tamper-proof and secure applications. These applications can also occur with medical records and medical device information. We look forward to the de novo process and the ultimate conclusion of the regulatory process.
(Medical Use of VeriChip (http://www.4verichip.com/pr_07272004.htm))

SF fans may recall that in the world of The Computer Connection, written by Alfred Bester in 1974, most people have chips called skull bugs (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/content.asp?Bnum=668) for identification and monitoring implanted at birth.

About one thousand of VeriChip RFID tags have been inserted into humans so far; most of the sales have been outside the U.S. See Baja Beach Club Implants VeriChip In Customers (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=104) for more about implantation in humans; read more about this story at RFID tags may be implanted in patient's arms (http://news.zdnet.co.uk/business/0,39020645,39161907,00.htm). (This story was originally posted on Aug-15-2004). Scroll down for more stories in the same category. (Story submitted 10/17/2004)

Index of related articles:

What is RFID? (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=1)
How RFID Works (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=2)
How is RFID used inside a living body? (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=3)
What can RFID be used for? (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=4)
Is RFID Technology Secure and Private? (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=5)
Are There Concerns About How RFID Will Be Used? (Update) (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=6)
Next-Generation Uses of RFID? (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=7)
What Are Zombie RFID Tags? (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=9)
RFID Information Technology Articles (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=8)
Problems With RFID (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=20)
Advantages of RFID Versus Barcodes (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=60)
RFID Glossary (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=55)
Contactless Credit Card Advantages (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=62)
Contactless Credit Card Disadvantages (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=63)

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 03:24 PM
US Company Implants Chips In Workers (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=552)

CityWatcher.com, a private video surveillance company has embedded silicon RFID chips (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=1) in two of its employees. This is the first instance in which workers in the United States have been chipped as a way of identifying them.

http://www.technovelgy.com/graphics/content06/verichip.jpg
(Verichip implantable RFID chip (http://perso.wanadoo.fr/metasystems/BigBrother.html))

The company is testing the VeriChip ID tags as a way of controlling access to physical locations: in the case of CityWatch.com, a room that holds security video footage for government agencies.

Sean Darks, Chief executive of CityWatcher, stated his belief that the chips, which are encased in a special glass to make them human-implantable (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=3), are really no different than any other identity cards. Placed in the upper right arm, they are scanned by a device which is essentially the same as an RFID card reader (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=54).

There’s nothing pulsing or sending out a signal,” said Mr Darks, who has had a chip in his own arm. “It’s not a GPS chip. My wife can’t tell where I am.(From Us group implants electronic tags in workers (http://news.ft.com/cms/s/ec414700-9bf4-11da-8baa-0000779e2340.html))

The basic technology is more than thirty years old; it has been used for almost a generation as a way of providing a permanent ID for animals, including farm animals and pets. It is in wider use for people in other countries. More than 2,000 nightclub patrons in Barcelona, Spain and Rotterdam, Netherlands have been chipped, using the implanted RFID tags to order with the wave of a hand.

If you'd like to get one (just to be on the cutting edge) doctors tyically charge a $200 fee for implantation, a relatively simple procedure involving a needle slightly larger than the diameter of the device itself. Science fiction writers have been working with this idea for a while. In his 1984 book Neuromancer (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/AuthorSpecAlphaList.asp?BkNum=11), William Gibson wrote about executives who had special chips implanted not only for identiification, but other purposes as well.

Friday night on Ninsei...

He stepped out of the way to let a dark-suited saraiman by, spotting the Mitsubishi-Genentech logo tattooed across the back of the man's right hand.

Was it authentic? If that's for real, he thought, he's in for trouble. If itt wasn't, served him right. M-G employees above a certain level were implanted with advanced microprocessors that monitored mutagen levels in the bloodstream. Gear like that would get you rolled in Night City, straight into a black clinic.

Read some of the other stories about this technology:

Veripay Credit-Card Implant (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=20)
Zombie RFID Tags Arise To Face Privacy Advocates (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=146)
VeriChip Tag Patient Implant Badges Now FDA Approved (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=199)
RFID Tags Proposed To Halt Blackmarket Cadaver Trade (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=331)

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 03:47 PM
Proposal to Implant Tracking Chips in Immigrants (http://www.livescience.com/technology/060531_rfid_chips.html)
By Bill Christensen - 31 May 2006 07:04 pm ET

Scott Silverman, Chairman of the Board of VeriChip Corporation, has proposed implanting the company's RFID tracking tags (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=1) in immigrant and guest workers. He made the statement on national television on May 16.

Silverman was being interviewed on "Fox & Friends." Responding to the Bush administration's call to know "who is in our country and why they are here," he proposed using VeriChip RFID implants to register workers at the border, and then verify their identities in the workplace. He added, "We have talked to many people in Washington about using it...."

The VeriChip is a very small Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag about the size of a large grain of rice. It can be injected directly into the body; a special coating on the casing helps the VeriChip bond with living tissue (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=3) and stay in place. A special RFID reader broadcasts a signal, and the antenna in the VeriChip draws power from the signal and sends its data. The VeriChip is a passive RFID tag (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=47); since it does not require a battery, it has a virtually unlimited life span.

RFID tags have long been used to identify animals in a variety of settings; livestock, laboratory animals and pets have been "chipped" for decades. Privacy advocates have long expressed concerns about this technology being used in human beings.

In a related story, Colombian President Alvaro Uribe allegedly remarked that microchips could be used to track seasonal workers to visiting U.S. senators Jeff Sessions (Alabama) and Arlen Specter (Pennsylvania). "President Uribe said he would consider having Colombian workers have microchips implanted in their bodies before they are permitted to enter the US for seasonal work," Specter told Congress on April 25.

Implanting microchips in human beings for the purpose of monitoring is not exactly news for science fiction fans; Alfred Bester wrote about "skull bugs" in his 1974 novel The Computer Connection:
...you don't know what's going on in the crazy culture outside. It's a bugged and drugged world. Ninety percent of the bods have bugs implanted in their skulls in hospital when they're born. They're monitored constantly.
(Read more about Alfred Bester's skull bugs (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/content.asp?Bnum=668))

VeriChips are legal for implantation in people in the U.S.; see VeriChip RFID Tag Patient Implant Badges Now FDA Approved (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=199). See also a related story on a Proposed National Worker DNA Fingerprint Database (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=640). Read more at RFID implants for guest workers (http://www.rinf.com/columnists/news/rfid-implants-for-guest-workers), Latin leader keen on ID chips and Chip implants for migrant workers? (http://www.drudge.com/news/81612/chip-implants-immigrant-workers).

Note: The source for this story was inadvertently omitted; read the press release at spychips.com (http://www.spychips.com/press-releases/verichip-immigration.html); also, see the Silverman interview transcript (http://www.spychips.com/press-releases/silverman-foxnews.html).
(This Science Fiction in the News story used with permission from Technovelgy.com - where science meets fiction (http://www.technovelgy.com/).)

- George Orwell's Illnesses Influenced '1984' (http://www.livescience.com/othernews/051020_orwell.html)

- State Would Outlaw Mandatory Microchip Implants (http://www.livescience.com/technology/060425_implant_law.html)

- Chip Implants Proposed To Halt Blackmarket Cadaver Trade (http://www.livescience.com/scienceoffiction/technovel_organs_050215.html)

- Two Workers Have Tracking Chips Implanted Into Them (http://www.livescience.com/technology/060213_ap_tracking_chips.html)

- More Parents Going High-Tech to Track Kids (http://www.livescience.com/technology/ap_050906_kid_track.html)

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 03:54 PM
State Would Outlaw Mandatory Microchip Implants (http://www.livescience.com/technology/060425_implant_law.html)
By Bill Christensen - 25 April 2006 10:49 pm ET

RFID microchips implanted in humans? Who would think of such a thing? Here are a few examples:

- VeriChip RFID Tag Patient Implant Badges Now FDA Approved (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=199)

- U.S. Company Implants Chips in Workers (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=552)

- RFID Tags Proposed to Halt Blackmarket Cadaver Trade (http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=331)

You're not even safe from being 'chipped when you're dead.

But you'll be safe in Wisconsin, if State Representative Marlin Schneider, D-Wisconsin Rapids, gets his bill passed. A proposal moving through the Wisconsin Legislature would prohibit anyone from requiring people to have the tiny RFID chips (http://www.livescience.com/technology/Technology-Article.asp?ArtNum=1) embedded in them or doing so without their knowledge. Violators would face fines of up to $10,000.

Verichip Corporation, based in Florida, has federal approval to implant these rice grain-sized RFID chips in people. The procedure is very similar to getting a shot; typical sites for implantation are the back of the hand and the upper arm.

Wisconsin's former governor Tommy Thompson supported the idea of chip implantation for medical identification reasons; he even joined Verichip's board of directors. However, he hasn't gotten the chip himself.
If this bill passes, Wisconsin would be the first state to ban mandatory microchip implants.

The idea for this story was found here (http://www.duluthsuperior.com/mld/duluthsuperior/14418898.htm) (via Slashdot (http://yro.slashdot.org/yro/06/04/25/170231.shtml)).

(This Science Fiction in the News story used with permission from Technovelgy.com - where science meets fiction (http://www.technovelgy.com/).)

- More Parents Going High-Tech to Track Kids (http://www.livescience.com/technology/ap_050906_kid_track.html)

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 04:03 PM
Brain chip research aims for future movement (http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/02/22/brain.gate/index.html)
Thursday, March 2, 2006

(CNN) -- Matthew Nagel awoke from a two-week coma in the summer of 2001 to learn he was paralyzed from the neck down.

"My mother was right by my side and explained that I got stabbed," he recalled.

He faced a future of never being able to walk again and having to breathe with a ventilator.

But things changed temporarily for then 25-year-old Nagel when he became the first person to have a device implanted in his brain designed to connect his thoughts and convert them to actions.

How it would work

The BrainGate Neural Interface is being developed by Cyberkinetics Neurotechnology Systems Inc. in Foxborough, Massachusetts (http://biomed.brown.edu/Courses/BI108/BI108_2005_Groups/03/index.htm).

The device is a 4 by 4 millimeter arrangement of 100 electrodes. It is surgically implanted in the motor cortex, the part of the brain responsible for creating movement in the limbs.

The implanted chip connects to a small platform protruding from the patient's skull that is linked to an external processor.

If the system works as hoped, the chip detects and sends signals from the motor cortex to the processor, which interprets them and feeds them into a computer.

After doctors implanted the device in Nagel's brain, they saw some encouraging signs.

"Within the first three days I was able to control the cursor pretty much," Nagel said. "When I think back on it, it's kind of a trip to think that my brain signals was controlling a mouse, changing channels on my TV, adjusting the volume, opening e-mails."

A symphony of cells

In February, Cyberkinetics announced that it had four more participants in two of its pilot clinical studies -- one for quadriplegic patients with spinal cord injuries, stroke or muscular dystrophy, and the other for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gherig's disease. ALS is a fatal degenerative disease characterized by continual loss of muscle control.

Dr. Leigh Hochberg, a neurologist at Massachusetts General Hospital is helping to develop the device and is involved with one of the trials. He, too, was encouraged by Nagel's accomplishments.

http://i.a.cnn.net/cnn/2006/TECH/02/22/brain.gate/story.hochberg.jpg

"Of course, it's important to replicate to see that other people with paralysis can achieve the same goals or, perhaps, others," he said.

Hochberg said that if it's possible to listen to those signals in the brain, perhaps they could be interpreted and used to control a computer cursor.

"Listening to one cell at a time is much like listening to the solo violinist," Hochberg said. "But listening to dozens at a time is beginning to hear the whole symphony."

Hochberg said the initial goal of the research is to test the safety and feasibility of the device.

"If that's successful, then the long term goal of brain computer interface research is to see if one day we can reconnect brain to limb," he said.

Thoughts for the future

Results down the road from the clinical trials and continued research could be promising for people like Nagel and Rosemarie Sherry. She was diagnosed with ALS in December 2003.

"I was one of the people who whenever anybody did something nice for me, I would send them a 'thank you' card ... And [now] I can't," she said.

One of Sherry's concerns is that eventually she'll lose the ability to do the things she loves, like updating her blog.

"I like to blog because I'm able to write my feelings down, and I like for people to see that life can be still lived with a disease such as mine," Sherry said. But it isn't always easy.

"Most times I have to use my left hand to move my right hand on the mouse," she said.

She's rapidly losing the ability to move and speak. But, like most people with ALS, there is nothing wrong with her mind.

And while Sherry isn't a part of the current clinical studies, Hochberg hopes that 10 years from now continued research will help to improve devices like BrainGate and enable people like her to move again.

"I'm very hopeful that these technologies will be able to help people with paralysis in the future; to make communication occur more easily, to allow people to control their environment more directly and, I hope, to one day to be able to move again," Hochberg said.

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 04:09 PM
(From the website linked to in the above article - a website which is misleading because it pretends that all this stuff is new, but it is not; the research has been done over the last 4 decades and more.)

http://biomed.brown.edu/Courses/BI108/BI108_2005_Groups/03/controversy.htm

Controversy

http://biomed.brown.edu/Courses/BI108/BI108_2005_Groups/03/images/natwork.jpg
http://neuro.duke.edu/Faculty/Nicolelis.htm

While Donoghue’s recent human implantation shows much promise it has also sparked much controversy from other researchers in the field, mostly led by Duke’s Miguel Nicolelis, and from bioethicists. These issues must be addressed in order for wide use of the technology to become a reality.

Criticism from a research standpoint:


The human trial is a "stunt," says Miguel Nicolelis. Donoghue is more concerned with profits made by his company than overall benefit to the patient and to the research.
The system does not work as well as advertised.
Reading email and turning on a TV does not improve one’s quality of life dramatically .
Other non-invasive methods could produce the same result; more applicability to quality of life is needed to justify surgical intervention.
The electrodes are easily susceptible to obstruction with brain material, thus creating the need for multiple surgeries
Implantation in a human overlooked what some, such as Miguel Nicolelis, believed are essential steps: "I think they skipped a couple of steps to make this ready for humans." Should something go wrong due to the surgery, the entire field would suffer major setbacks.1


Criticism from an ethical standpoint:


The military could potentially use this technology as a means of creating a superior weapon or designing the “super soldier.” This use could ultimately lead to the demise of more people than it helps
If individuals without a disability attempt to use this technology to alter current abilities and senses, the device would create greater disparity among individuals. This use would raise issues related to cost and who has access to health care.
Abuse of this technology could potentially threaten the privacy and autonomy of individuals if this technology is used to “read” someone else’s mind and possibly even control another human being like a robot.


Analysis:

This technology has shown a great deal of promise in whom it can help and what it can do. There is a potentially large patient population available and in addition, simple communication and control capabilities can be beneficial for those with severe motor disabilities. Donoghue's current trial shows that it can and does work. In order to create a more complete understanding, one must consider the drawbacks and challenges. The design needs additional development and further progress to create a more patient-friendly product. Ethically, a number of issues to explore and discuss exist. This technology has the potential of helping a large number of individuals and at the same time, if it were to be used beyond the purpose of its design, it would have a significantly negative impact on society as a whole. Realistically, at this point, the more immediate benefits of the technology outweigh the potential for misuse.

Something to think about:

John Donoghue, when asked about whether or not brain-computer interfaces will open the door to mind control:

"We do that all the time already. Advertising is mind control. Even pharmaceutical agents are a form of mind control. When people have behaviors that deviate extremely far from the norm, they are given medications that bring their mind back into the realm of behavior that we call normal. So we do it now. If a child were to have a seizure, and we controlled his mind so that he didn't have seizure, that would be a wonderful thing. We want to do that."3

References:
1. http://www.technologyreview.com
2. http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Bioe/BioeMcGe.htm
3. http://www.discover.com/issues/nov-04/features/discover-awards/neuroscience/

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 09:14 PM
Implantable brain chips: ethical and policy issues (http://www.lahey.org/NewsPubs/Publications/Ethics/JournalWinter2001/Journal_Winter2001_Feature.asp)
Winter, 2001

By Ellen M. McGee, Ph.D.
Director, The Long Island Center for Ethics Long Island University - CW Post, Brookville, NY

Gerald Q. Maguire, Jr., PhD
Royal Institute of Technology, Kista, Sweden

The future may include the reality of science fiction's "cyborgs," persons who have developed some intimate and occasionally necessary relationship with a machine. It is likely that computer chips implanted in our brains and acting as sensors or actuators may soon not only assist the blind and those with failing memory, but even bestow fluency in a new language, enable "recognition" of previously unmet individuals and provide instantaneous access to encyclopedic databases.

Developments in nanotechnology, bioengineering, computers and neuroscience are converging to facilitate these amazing possibilities. Research on cochlear hearing and retinal vision has furthered the development of interfaces between neural tissues and microcomputers. The cochlear implant, which directly stimulates the auditory nerve, enables totally deaf people to hear sound. An artificial vision system, the "Dobelle Eye," uses a tiny television camera and ultrasonic distance sensors mounted on eyeglasses and connected to a miniature computer worn on a belt. This invention enables the blind to navigate independently, "read" letters, "watch" television, use a computer and access the Internet. 1 These "visual" activities are achieved by triggering pulses from the microcomputer to an array of platinum electrodes implanted on the surface of the brain's visual cortex. In March 1998, a "locked in" victim of a brain-stem stroke became the first recipient of a brain-to-computer interface, enabling him to communicate on a computer by thinking about moving the cursor. 2

Used for therapy such as remediating retardation, replacing lost memory faculties, or substituting for defective sensory abilities, implantable brain chips are noncontroversial and desirable interventions. The issues that arise with such therapeutic uses of implantable brain chips primarily involve questions of equity and the costs of implementing this technology.

Questions that are far more difficult are raised by the potential for enhancement. The linkage of smaller, lighter and more powerful computer systems with radio technologies that involve low frequency electromagnetic waves widely used for wireless communication, will enable future users to access information and communicate anywhere or anytime.

Through miniaturization of components, systems have already been developed that are wearable and nearly invisible, so that individuals supported by a personal information structure 3 can move about and interact freely, as well as share experiences with others through networking. 4 The wearable computer project envisions users accessing a large communally-based data source. 5 The next step in this development is use of the implantable brain chip and direct neural interfacing. 6

As intelligence or sensory "amplifiers," the implantable chips will generate at least four benefits: l) increasing the range of senses, enabling, for example, seeing infrared light, ultraviolet light and chemical spectra; 2) enhancing memory; 3) enabling "cyberthink" - invisible communication with others when making decisions; and 4) facilitating access to information where and when it is needed. These enhancements will produce major improvements in quality of life or in job performance. The first prototypes for these improvements in human functioning should be avail-able in five years, military devices within 10 years, adoption by information workers within 15 years, and general use in 20 to 30 years.

A myriad of technical, ethical and social concerns should be considered before proceeding with implantable chips. The most obvious and basic problems involve safety. Evaluation of the costs and benefits of these implants requires a consideration of the surgical and long-term risks. The question of whether or not the difficulties with development of non-toxic materials will allow long-term usage should be answered in studies on therapeutic options and thus not be a concern for enhancement usage. However, the issue of whether there should be a higher standard for safety when technologies are used for enhancement rather than therapy needs public debate. Because of the enormous potential for societal impact, it is debatable whether the informed con-sent of recipients should be sufficient for permitting implementation.

Consideration needs to be given to the sociological and psychological effects of enhancing human nature. Will the use of computer-brain interfaces change our conception of man and our sense of identity? If people are actually connected via their brains, the boundaries between self and community will be considerably diminished. Not only may the boundaries of the real and the virtual worlds blur, but the pressures to act as a part of the whole, as a "collective consciousness," rather than as an isolated individual would be increased. The sense of self as a unique and isolated individual might be changed. Modifying the brain and its powers could change our psychic states and our understanding of what it means to be human. The borders between me "the physical self" and me "the perceptory intellectual self" could change as the ability to perceive and interact expands. Whether this would lead to bestowing greater weight to collective responsibilities and whether this would be beneficial are unknown.

Since usage may also engender a human being with augmented sensory capacities, the implications need consideration. Supersensory sight will see radar, infrared and ultraviolet images; augmented hearing will detect softer and higher and lower pitched sounds; enhanced smell will intensify our ability to discern scents; and an amplified sense of touch will enable discernment of environ-mental stimuli like changes in barometric pressure. These capacities would change the "norm" for humans. As the numbers of enhanced humans increase, today's nor-mal might be seen as subnormal, leading to the medicalization of another area of life. Thus, substantial questions revolve around whether there should be limits placed upon modifications of essential aspects of the human species.

Changes in human nature would be-come more pervasive if the altered consciousness were that of children. Will parents in our intensely competitive society be able to secure implants for their children, and if so, how will that change the already unequal lottery of life? Will the inequalities produced create a demand for universal coverage of these devices in healthcare plans, further increasing costs to society? Or will implanted brain chips be available only to those who can afford a substantial investment, thus further widening the gap between the haves and the have-nots? Of major concern should be the social impact of implementing a technology that widens the divisions not only between individuals, but also between rich and poor nations.

Beyond these more imminent prospects, British scientists have concluded that in about 30 years, "it will be possible to capture data presenting all of a human being's sensory experiences on a single tiny chip implanted in the brain." 7 This data would be collected by biological probes receiving electrical impulses and would enable a user to recreate experiences, or even to transplant memory chips from one brain to another. Combined with cloning technologies and given the possibility of continually recording and editing our lives, novel meanings of the self would be generated.

The most frightening implication of this technology is the grave possibility that it would facilitate totalitarian control of humans. Using such technology, commercial interests or governments could control and monitor citizens. In a free society this possibility may seem remote, although it is plausible to project initial compulsory usage for children, for the military or for criminals. Policy decisions will arise about this usage, and also about mandating implants to affect specific behaviors. A paramount worry involves who will control the technology and what will be programmed; this issue overlaps the uneasiness about privacy concerns and the need for secure communication links. The prospects for sinister invasions of liberty and privacy are alarming.

In view of the potentially revolutionary implications of the implantable brain chip, should its development and implementation be prohibited or, at the very least, regulated? This is the question that open dialogue needs to address. Certainly, it appears that moving towards implantable brain chips can be a positive step in the evolution of humans. Nevertheless, the issues as described in this paper are weighty and need international consideration. Disagreement exists even between the authors of this paper: Gerald Maguire thinks there should be no limits placed on how people can choose to modify themselves; Ellen McGee thinks that, at least initially, when used for enhancement, the technology should be regulated, treated as research on human subjects, and closely monitored for its effects. Both authors are worried about uses in the military and for children or other individuals whose choices might be compelled. McGee is particularly troubled by the inequities, especially on an international level, that will arise if this technology is left to a market economy. Our discussions have convinced us that public debate and multidisciplinary evaluation from thinkers in the fields of computer science, biophysics, medicine, law, religion, philosophy, public policy and international economy are urgently needed.

Footnotes:

1 Artificial vision system for the blind announced by the Dobelle Institute. Press Release. Science Daily http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases\2000\01\000118065202.htm.

2 Headlam B. The mind that moves objects. The New York Times Magazine June 11, 2000:63-4.

3 Mann S. Wearable computing: A first step toward personal imaging. Computer Vol. 30, No. 2, February 1997. http://www.computer.org/co1997/r2025abs.htm.

4 Mann S. Wearable, tetherless, computer-mediated reality (with possible future applications to the disabled). http://wearcam.org/tetherless/.

5 Augmented Memory http://www.media.mit.edu/projects/wearables/augmented-memory. html. June 1997.

6 Thomas P. Thought control. New Scientist March 9, 1996.

7 Dawley H. Remembrance of things past - on a chip. Business Week August 5, 1996. Acknowledgments: This essay summarizes and updates a consideration of these issues published in the Hastings Center Report Jan-Feb 1999.

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Alan Watt (http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6117) discussed this journal in his March 14th blurb "Abandonment of Self for Programmed Security and Management (Existing as Non-Comprehending Peaceful Citizens)" (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/Blurbs/Alan_Watt_Blurb_ProgrammedSecurity_Mar142007.mp3) - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_ProgrammedSecurity_Mar142007.html) .

matrixcutter
30-09-2007, 09:20 PM
RFID Sale: VeriChip Corporation Makes First Sale In Switzerland (http://www.rfidsolutionsonline.com/content/news/article.asp?docid=%7B1D220C71-A4F9-4E93-86FB-25AA769EA9D9%7D&VNETCOOKIE=NO)
9/27/2007

VeriChip Corporation, a provider of RFID systems for healthcare and patient-related needs, announced recently that its wholly owned subsidiary, Xmark Corporation, has made its first sale in Switzerland.

Xmark’s ProtecPoint wander prevention system is being installed at Stiftung Schloss Turbenthal, a center for the deaf and elderly in Gehörlosendorf, near Zürich. The system is to be installed by Xmark’s dealer Avatech AG. The ProtecPoint system provides cost-effective protection for wander-prone individuals, and is part of Xmark’s suite of RFID solutions to locate and protect people in indoor environments.

“Xmark continues to expand in overseas markets, building on our industry leading position in North America,” said Daniel A. Gunther, President and CEO of Xmark. “We look forward to working with Avatech on future opportunities in Switzerland.”

Mr. Martin Naef, manager of logistics and facilities at Stiftung Schloss Turbenthal, said, “We choose Avatech AG and the ProtecPoint solution because of the easy installation and administration. ProtecPoint provides effective support for the nursing staff. We have been able to reduce manually monitoring of wandering residents.”

For more information on Xmark’s products, please contact 1-866-55–XMARK or email [email protected] Additional information can be found online at www.xmark.com (http://www.xmark.com).

About Xmark

Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Xmark is a wholly owned subsidiary of VeriChip Corporation. For over 25 years, Xmark Corporation has provided Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions to identify, locate, and protect people and assets in healthcare environments. Its market-leading infant protection, wander prevention, personal duress, and asset tracking applications are trusted by over 5,000 healthcare institutions worldwide to keep individuals safe.

Xmark products are installed and serviced through an international network of authorized dealers, backed by a dedicated technical services department at Xmark. All aspects of Xmark’s business are certified to the ISO 9001 quality standard.

About VeriChip

VeriChip Corporation, headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, develops, markets and sells radio frequency identification, or RFID, systems used to identify, locate and protect people and assets. VeriChip's goal is to become the leading provider of RFID systems for people in the healthcare industry. In addition, VeriChip recently began marketing its VeriMed Patient Identification System, a passive RFID system for rapidly and accurately identifying people who arrive in an emergency room and are unable to communicate. This system uses the first human-implantable passive RFID microchip, the implantable VeriChip, cleared for medical use in October 2004 by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

VeriChip Corporation is majority-owned by Applied Digital Solutions Inc., which also owns a majority position in Digital Angel Corporation . For more information on VeriChip, please call 1-800-970-2447, or email info@verichipcorp[email protected] Additional information can be found online at www.verichipcorp.com (http://www.verichipcorp.com).

SOURCE: VeriChip Corporation

matrixcutter
02-10-2007, 07:39 PM
VeriMed System Now Has 140 Hospitals and Approximately 300 Physicians as Part of Its Network (http://www.verichipcorp.com/news/1157571201)
September 6 2006

VeriChip trains nearly 400 FEMA employees on its VeriTrace Emergency Management/ Disaster Recovery Application

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--September 6, 2006--VeriChip Corporation, a subsidiary of Applied Digital Solutions (NASDAQ: ADSX), announced today that its Implantable Division, consisting of the patient ID and personal health information system called "VeriMed™", the security application called “VeriGuard™”, and the emergency management system called “VeriTrace™” achieved important milestones. VeriMed, the first and only FDA-approved microchip for patient identification and access to medical information has advanced adoption in key areas of hospital and physician acceptance.

Since early August, 26 new healthcare facilities have agreed to adopt the VeriMed system. This brings the total to approximately 140 emergency departments, of which 36 – located in seven states and Washington, D.C. – have fully implemented the technology and will use the VeriMed reader as standard protocol to scan patients that present unconscious, delirious or confused. The Company continues to provide readers to hospitals at no charge as part of its efforts to “seed” the infrastructure for the VeriMed patient identification system.

The expansion of the VeriMed Physician Network has increased nearly six-fold in 2006, indicating increasing acceptance of VeriMed by primary care and specialty physicians.

“We are optimistic that we will see a significant increase in the number of physicians in our Physician Network as we enhance our efforts to educate physicians about the benefits of VeriMed through participation in several large medical conferences scheduled over the next few months,” stated Kevin McLaughlin, CEO of VeriChip Corporation. “We are further encouraged that our clinical study program with Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, which commences in September, will lead to increased adoption by physicians and health insurers.”

VeriChip’s VeriTrace application is designed to assist state and federal agencies to plan for and manage emergency situations and disaster recovery using implantable RFID technology. VeriChip has now trained nearly 400 FEMA employees on this technology including the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Teams (DMORT) involved in the recovery efforts during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and responsible for Weapons of Mass Destruction recovery efforts. VeriChip continues to work with federal and state agencies on full implementation of this technology.


About VeriChip Corporation

VeriChip Corporation, headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, develops, markets and sells radio frequency identification, or RFID, systems used to identify, locate and protect people and assets. VeriChip's goal is to become the leading provider of RFID systems for people in the healthcare industry. VeriChip sells passive RFID systems for identification purposes and active RFID systems for local-area location and identification purposes. VeriChip recently began to market its VeriMed™ Patient Identification System which is used to rapidly and accurately identify people who arrive in an emergency room and are unable to communicate. This system uses the first human-implantable passive RFID microchip, the implantable VeriChip™, cleared for medical use in October 2004 by the United States Food and Drug Administration. For more information on VeriChip, please call 1-800-970-2447, or email [email protected] Additional information can be found online at www.verichipcorp.com (http://www.verichipcorp.com)

About Applied Digital - "The Power of Identification Technology"

Applied Digital develops innovative identification and security products for consumer, commercial, and government sectors worldwide. The Company's unique and often proprietary products provide identification and security systems for people, animals, the food supply, government/military arena, and commercial assets. Included in this diversified product line are RFID applications, end-to-end food safety systems, GPS/Satellite communications, and telecomm and security infrastructure, positioning Applied Digital as the leader in identification technology. Applied Digital is the owner of a majority position in Digital Angel Corporation (AMEX:DOC).

Statements about the Company's future expectations, including future revenues and earnings, and all other statements in this press release other than historical facts are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as that term is defined in the Private Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, and the Company's actual results could differ materially from expected results. The Company undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking statements to reflect subsequently occurring events or circumstances.

Contact:
Investors:
CEOcast, Inc.
Daniel Schustack, 212-732-4300
[email protected]

or

Media:
Direct Communications Group
John O. Procter, 202-772-2179
[email protected]

matrixcutter
07-10-2007, 01:26 AM
VeriChip Goes Direct to Consumer (http://www.healthdatamanagement.com/html/news/NewsStory.cfm?articleId=15699)

(September 04, 2007) Delray Beach, Fla.-based VeriChip Corp. plans to market its VeriMed implantable chips and Patient Registry service directly to consumers.

The vendor's new Patient First program will enable patients to be implanted with its VeriChip microchip for free and pay a $9.95 monthly fee for a subscription to its Patient Registry service. The Patient Registry is a component of VeriChip's Patient Identification System, which enables patients to be implanted with a microchip that's linked to their medical information.

The chip, which contains a 16-digit identification number assigned by VeriChip, is implanted underneath the patient's skin, between the elbow and shoulder. Physicians can access the number by scanning a patient with the vendor's reader. To access the medical record, physicians must enter the number into VeriChip's Web-based Patient Registry Database.

VeriChip will launch the Patient First program in the areas where several hospitals use its VeriMed system, including south Florida, northern New Jersey, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Atlanta. The vendor previously relied on physicians and hospitals to attract patients to be implanted with the microchips. Patients also had to pay at least $200 up front for the implantable chip and patient registry service under the former program.

For more information, go to verichipcorp.com (http://www.verichipcorp.com/).

montag
07-10-2007, 02:43 AM
It just goes to prove that people won't have to be forced to take the chip, they'll pay to take it instead..:rolleyes:

matrixcutter
07-10-2007, 04:38 PM
It just goes to prove that people won't have to be forced to take the chip, they'll pay to take it instead..:rolleyes:
I believe there are occult reasons for this, needing to have people consent to their slavery. It seems to be like the vampire thing in those stories - you have to invite them in.

The thing is, more generally it seems that consent can be given purely by lack of opposition - and if you have been told, you can't ever complain about not having been told. But being told can come under simply having the information available, printed in books that you have never read, or even heard of, and possibly even in movies, etc.

It seems that the powers that be believe that legally we have been told, even if we weren't paying attention.

When it comes to the microchip implants, I think the main tactic will be modern advertising/marketing techniques, which basically means lies. People will be made to want one, and we can all think of a few highly effective ways of achieving this off the top of our heads, e.g. the über celebrity angle (you must have one if people as cool as P Diddy Widdy Doo Dah have one), the protecting the children angle (paedophiles will definitely kill your children if you don't have them chipped), the snob angle (gold, silver and bronze chips), the convenience angle (no more obligation to carry around that intolerably troublesome money), the medical angle (no more worry about incompetence from hospital staff who somehow gave the wrong medication, and dose, and killed your gran), and then when the brain chip comes in, the videogame angle (BE INSIDE the game - like The Matrix) and the sex angle (have sex with your favourite sexual fantasy figure, from any era. You won't really, obviously, but who cares about reality when you can have fantasy pushed right into the brain? The sex angle never fails - see pretty much ALL advertising.)

They have already started using some of these tactics, and they can be seen in articles in this thread. Others can be seen in movies, which is predictive programming.

matrixcutter
07-10-2007, 04:58 PM
www.antichips.com/flyers/involuntary-microchipping.pdf (http://www.antichips.com/flyers/involuntary-microchipping.pdf)

WHY ADVOCATES AND LAWMAKERS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT INVOLUNTARY MICROCHIPPING

If you do not believe the threat of involuntary microchipping is real, please take a moment to read over the following disquieting developments. Taken together, they reveal a focused effort to promote human microchipping. The time to nip this trend in the bud is now.

• In 2005, VeriChip tried to chip the residents of Orange Grove Center, a facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that cares for the developmentally disabled. VeriChip offered to inject the devices for free to promote its product, but was ultimately rebuffed when the public questioned whether it was ethical to chip people who could not give informed consent. [1]

• Also in 2005, Tommy Thompson, former Secretary of Health and Human Services and 2008 presidential candidate, joined the board of directors for the VeriChip Corporation. He has used his Bush administration connections to promote the device, and has appeared on national television suggesting that every American should receive a VeriChip implant to link to their electronic medical records. Thompson also suggested using the VeriChip to replace dog tags in our armed forces. [2]

• The VeriChip Corporation claims to have been in talks with the Pentagon about implanting RFID tags into military personnel. [4]

• VeriChip CEO Scott Silverman publicly suggested that the U.S. government adopt the VeriChip implant to tag and track legal immigrants and guest workers. [Note: It is unclear to us how chipping undocumented immigrants will solve the problem of illegal immigration.] [5]

• The Congressional Record shows that Colombian President Álvaro Uribe told Senator Arlen Specter that he would consider chipping guest workers before allowing them to leave Colombia for the United States. [6]

• During the September 2005 Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Justice John Roberts, Senator Joseph Biden commented, "Can a microscopic tag be implanted in a person's body to track his every movement? There's actual discussion about that. You will rule on that — mark my words — before your tenure is over." [7]

• In 2004, employees of the Mexican Attorney General's office were asked to receive a chip implant to access a secure document room. Eighteen were actually chipped, and those who refused were reportedly reassigned. [8]

• In 2006, two employees of CityWatcher, a Cincinnati, Ohio, video surveillance company were implanted with VeriChips to access a secure room. While the company reportedly did not require the workers to get chipped, the incident worried employees around the country. Could employers make taking a chip a condition for employment? [9]

• New Jersey's oldest and largest insurer, Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield, is currently working with the Hackensack Regional Medical Center and VeriChip to develop a business case for the chipping of people. Privacy and civil liberties advocates caution that insurers could one day require customers to get chipped, or they could offer significant premium penalties for those who refuse. [10]

• IBM holds a major stake in the VeriChip Corporation. IBM has sworn public documents on file at the United States Patent and Trademark office detailing how marketers and government agents can track humans with RFID technology. [12] [13]

• IBM and VeriChip have set up a test laboratory in Austin, Texas, to explore the case for human chipping. [14]

• Since the VeriChip Corporation recently took its stock public, it's under increasing pressure from its share holders to generate revenues. VeriChip has announced plans to devote $8 to $10 million of its IPO proceeds to promote the chipping of people. [15] At a recent Florida Marlins baseball game, VeriChip purchased a prominent bill board reading "Microchip Implants Save Live." Hundreds of thousands of people were exposed to this message and likely believed it, despite the fact that no one's life has been saved by an implanted microchip. No mention was made of the serious potential health downsides of the implant. [16]

• Other companies that offer implant technology to identify and track lab rats, cattle, and pets could follow the pattern of the VeriChip Corporation and begin promoting human identification and tracking. One such company, Somark, has developed "chipless" RFID that can be injected into skin like a tattoo to track animals from a distance through radio waves. The company has suggested its product would be ideal for tracking members of the military. [17]

About this document: A version of this document was first submitted as testimony to the Oklahoma Senate Committee on Health & Human Services in support of Oklahoma Senate Bill 47, "Prohibiting the Forced Implantation of a Microchip." The authors are Liz McIntyre and Dr. Katherine Albrecht, CASPIAN Consumer Advocates and Co-authors of the "Spychips" series of books on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). All rights reserved.

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2. Katherine Albrecht, "Transcript of Interview with Tommy Thompson Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services," 11 July 2005, available at
http://www.spychips.com/devices/tommythompsonverichip.html .
3. Katherine Skiba, "Bid for president called a long shot, Thompson launches PAC, considers run for White House,"JSOnline, 14 October 2006, available at
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4. David Francis and Bill Myers, "Company Trying to Get Under Soldiers' Skin," Examiner.com, 21 August 2006, available at http://www.examiner.com/a-232630~Company_trying_to_get_under_soldiers__skin. html?setEdition=Miami , accessed 6 February 2007.
5. Fox News, "Transcript of the Fox & Friends interview with Scott Silverman, Chairman of the Board of VeriChip Corporation," 16 May 2006, available at http://www.spychips.com/press-releases/silverman-foxnews.html , accessed 6 February 2007.
6. Associated press, "Report: Colombian President Would Consider Immigrant Tracking With Microchips," FoxNews.com, 4 May 2006, available at http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,194337,00.html, accessed 6 February 2007.
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http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1347022/000119312507009620/ds1a.htm , accessed 6 February 2007.
16. To view the television coverage of the Marlins game, including the advertisement banner, see: http://www.truthcastnetwork.com/marlins.htm
17. David E. Gumpert, "Privacy Controversy Dogs RFID Startup, How can a company that makes radio frequency identification ink for use on animals and humans head off bloggers' criticism?," BusinessWeek.com, 25 January 2007, available at http://www.businessweek.com/smallbiz/content/jan2007/070125_543288.htm?chan=smallbiz_smallbiz+index+pag e_david+e.+gumpert.
18. Introduced by Wisconsin Representative Marvin D. Schneider, "2005 Assembly Bill 290 enacted as 2005 Wisconsin Act 482," enacted 30 May 2006, available at http://www.legis.state.wi.us/2005/data/acts/05Act482.pdf .

matrixcutter
07-10-2007, 05:32 PM
UK 2017: under surveillance (http://www.sundayherald.com/news/heraldnews/display.var.1741454.0.0.php)
By Neil Mackay

IT is a chilling, dystopian account of what Britain will look like 10 years from now: a world in which Fortress Britain uses fleets of tiny spy-planes to watch its citizens, of Minority Report-style pre-emptive justice, of an underclass trapped in sink-estate ghettos under constant state surveillance, of worker drones forced to take on the lifestyle and values of the mega-corporation they work for, and of the super-rich hiding out in gated communities constantly monitored by cameras and private security guards.

This Orwellian vision of the future was compiled on the orders of the UK's information commissioner - the independent watchdog meant to guard against government and private companies invading the privacy of British citizens and exploiting the masses of information currently held on each and every one of us - by the Surveillance Studies Network, a group of academics.

On Friday, this study, entitled A Report on the Surveillance Society, was picked over by a select group of government mandarins, politicians, police officers and academics in Edinburgh. It is unequivocal in its findings, with its first sentence reading simply: "We live in a surveillance society." The information commissioner, Richard Thomas, endorses the report. He says: "Today, I fear that we are, in fact, waking up to a surveillance society that is already all around us."

The academics who compiled the study based their vision of the future not on wild hypotheses but on existing technology, statements made about the intentions of government and private companies and studies by other think tanks, regulators, professional bodies and academics.

The report authors say that they believe the key theme of the future will be "pervasive surveillance" aimed at tracking and controlling people and pre-empting behaviour. The authors also say that their glimpse of the future is "fairly conservative. The future spelled out in the report is nowhere near as dystopian and authoritarian as it could be."

Here's how 2017 might look...

BorderGuard The Jones family are returning to Britain from holiday in America. "It's hard to know the difference between the two countries by what the family experience at the border," say the Surveillance Report authors. Britain, America, all EU countries and all members of the G10 have outsourced their immigration and border control services to massive private companies. In this vignette, the futurologists give the company the name BorderGuard.

Thanks to the never-ending war on terror, these governments have developed "smart borders" using hidden surveillance technologies. Cameras and scanners at passport control monitor faces, irises and fingerprints checking them off against records of biometric passports, or the British ID card system. BorderGuard has access to state and transnational databases and can also data-mine information on individuals - such as consumer transactions - via a paid-for service provided by specialist companies trading in information held on every individual in the land.

For families like the Joneses, crossing borders is relatively swift and painless. The wealth of information held on them means they can be quickly identified and processed. But citizens of nations not signed up to the BorderGuard scheme face hostile and lengthy investigations while crossing frontiers.

Racial profiling is now the norm. Asian features inevitably mean being pulled to one side - whether or not you carry a biometric passport or ID card.

Brandscapes Retail chains and mega-malls now use huge shared databases - which began with data-mining reward card information - to create a "brandscape" for every shopper.

Smart tags buried in a shopper's clothing "talk" to scanners in shops. The system then connects to consumer databases, revealing where the clothing was bought and by whom and what other purchases the person has made. The system knows who you are, where you live, what you like and don't like. Intelligent billboards at eye level then immediately flash up adverts dove-tailed to the consumer profile of the individual.

The wealthiest consumer-citizen can even become a "cashless shopper". For £200, a chip can be implanted in the human body which is loaded with a person's bank and credit details. From then on, it's their arm that will be scanned in a shop, not their credit card. "Cashless shoppers" also get first-class service in mega-malls, with special lounges, spas and massage facilities reserved only for them. Urban myths, however, are springing up that muggers are targeting these elite consumers and cutting the chip from their arms. There are also concerns about hackers being able to upload viruses to the chip or empty the chipholder's account.

Tagged Kids Scandals about child abductions and murders during school hours mean teachers prefer tagging a child to facing legal liability for their injury in a court. Drug testing in schools has also become an accepted part of life following pressure by the government to identify problem children earlier and earlier in life. What children eat in schools is also monitored by parents, as boys and girls are required to swipe their school card every time they visit the canteen. The card contains information on school attendance, academic achievement, drug-test results, internet access and sporting activities. The card's records are used to assess whether the child has passed or failed their citizenship programme.

Shops are also monitoring children in order to tap into the lucrative youth market."Children," the report says, "are gradually becoming socialised into accepting body surveillance, location tracking and the remote monitoring of their dietary intake as normal."

Elites and Proles Most cities are divided between gated private communities, patrolled by corporate security firms (which keep insurance costs to a minimum) and high-crime former council estates. On most estates, private companies are tasked to deal with social evils.

Offenders have the option of having a chip voluntarily implanted in their arm so they can be monitored at home using scanners and sensors. Estates can be subject to "area-wide curfews", following outbursts of antisocial behaviour, which ban anyone under 18 from entering or leaving the estate from dusk until dawn.

Community wardens armed with Tasers enforce the law. CCTV cameras can be viewed by residents at home on their television's security channel.

In gated communities, meanwhile, no-one can get in or out unless their car's number plate is authorised by the automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) devices located on gates. There are now so many ANPR cameras across the land that it's almost impossible to drive the length of a street without details of your car being logged by the state.

The aesthetics of surveillance Security has been "aestheticised" - incorporated into the design of architecture and infrastructure - so that it is almost unnoticeable now. "It is ubiquitous but it has disappeared," the report authors say. Anti-suicide-bomber bollards outside embassies and government buildings are secreted in the ground, only being activated in an emergency when passers-by breach the range of security sensors.

Anti-government protesters are monitored by small remote-control spy-planes, which were introduced for the 2012 London Olympics but remained a permanent fixture.

CCTV is now embedded at eye level in lamp-posts to enable the use of facial recognition technology.

Protest and virtual surveillance Following protests, individual demonstrators can be monitored by camera until private security contractors for the local authority in which the demo took place get a chance to question them. Helmet-mounted cameras scan the biometrics of anyone being questioned. All guards and police are also now monitored by surveillance devices in their handheld computers. Ironically, this has triggered civil liberties concerns within the police union.

The report uses two "protesters", Ben and Aaron, as an example of how police might treat dissenters. When they are taken into custody by private security guards in Westminster, Ben undergoes the usual DNA swab, which is analysed instantaneously, and hands over his ID card for scanning. ID cards are still theoretically voluntary, but not having one makes life almost impossible. Aaron is a refusenik and doesn't own a card. That means he can't apply for a government job or claim benefits or student loans. He can't travel by plane or even train. To make matters worse, Aaron is a young black man - meaning he is deemed a "high category suspect" and is routinely stopped and brought in to the nearest police station for questioning.

Once Ben is released, police monitoring systems piggy-back on his hand-held device to track him as he travels across the city. He's also been put on a communications watchlist which means all his internet and e-mail traffic is saved by his ISP and passed to police. As most phone calls are online now, police also get access to these communications as well.

Call centre drones Call centres monitor everything that staff do and surveillance information is used to recruit staff. Potential employees are subjected to biometric and psychometric testing, as well as lifestyle surveys. "Their lives outside work," the authors say, "and their background, are the subject of scrutiny. It is felt to be increasingly important that the lifestyle profile of the employee match those of the customers to ensure better customer service." Recruitment consultants now frequently discard any CV which does not contain volunteered health information.

Once hired, staff are subjected to sporadic biometric testing which point to potential health and psychological problems. Thanks to iris-scanning at a gym connected to the company, employees can be pulled up at annual assessments for not maintaining their health. Periodic psychometric testing also reveals if staff attitudes have changed and become incompatible with company values.

Big Brother is looking after you Homes in the ever-growing number of retirement villages are fitted with the "telecare" system, with motion detectors in every room, baths with inbuilt heart monitors, toilets which measure blood sugar levels and all rooms fitted with devices to detect fire, flood and gas leaks. Panic buttons are also installed in every room. Fridges have RFID scanners which tell the neighbourhood grocery store that pensioners are running short on provisions. The goods are then delivered direct to the doorstep.

Huge databases in hospitals are able to compare tests on patients throughout the country. This allows doctors to red-flag risk factors earlier than ever before, meaning that a patient's statistical risk of suffering, for example, a heart attack, are predicted with much greater accuracy. The NHS will be locked in a battle with insurance companies who want access to health information for commercial purposes. The temptation for the NHS is the large amounts of money on offer. The authors point out that Iceland sold its national DNA database to private companies for research and profit in 2004.

The data shadow Those rich enough can sign up to "personal information management services" (Pims) which monitor all the information that exists about an individual - a person's so-called "data shadow". The Pims system corrects incorrect information held by government or private companies.

Those who can't afford Pims have to live with the impact that incorrect data can have on their lives, such as faulty credit ratings. "Some are condemned to a purgatory of surveillance and an inability to access information," the report authors say.

But for other people total surveillance has become an accepted way of life. Some voluntarily carry out surveillance on their whole lives - so-called "life-logging" where an individual uploads online details in realtime about everything they do.

matrixcutter
08-10-2007, 09:51 PM
The book Amazon.com: Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Purchase and Watch Your Every Move (9780452287662): Katherine Albrecht, Liz McIntyre: Books@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/419G88p5QlL.@@AMEPARAM@@419G88p5QlL,' co-written by Dr. Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre was the winner of the 2006 Lysander Spooner Award for Advancing the Literature of Liberty.


KENTROVERSY TAPES PODCAST # 16 (October 8, 2007)
by Kentroversy (http://kentroversypapers.net/)

Dr. Katherine Albrecht of SPYCHIPS.COM joined me [Kent Daniel Bentkowski] for a fascinating -- yet woefully disturbing -- hour of discussion on THE MICROCHIP AGENDA. With a PhD as an educator, Dr. Albrecht is on the front line of fighting the major corporations against this agenda -- and there have been some victories in spite of the tens of millions of dollars that have been spent on public relations to attempt to SELL this idea and concept to the American people. Dr. Albrecht will tell the listener about these victories -- which have been substantial.

Kentroversy Tapes Episode # 16 - Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan To Track Your Every Purchase and Watch Your Every Move (October 8, 2007 - mp3) (http://media.libsyn.com/media/kentroversytapes/TKT_ep16_10_08_2007.mp3)

matrixcutter
13-10-2007, 07:09 PM
Written by COT (http://www.counciloftruth.com/content/view/150/65/)
Monday, 08 October 2007

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What does the future hold for humanity? If the future is anything like this video then expect a dystopian nightmare. This propaganda video highlights the “benefits” of a brain chip inserted into every human being in order to create an interconnected “world wide mind”

The video also contains a “virtual” Aldous Huxley (http://amazon.com/gp/product/0586044345?ie=UTF8&tag=counciloftrut-20&link_code=em1&camp=212341&creative=384061&creativeASIN=0586044345&adid=7d624196-3a70-4e1e-bca6-a51c8f09fbd5), author of Brave New World. Huxley’s brother, Julian, was also a keen proponent of eugenics and coined the term, “Transhuman”. In a previous article, we highlighted the links between transhumanism and eugenics (http://www.counciloftruth.com/content/view/94/65/). A reader also sent in their response to our initial article on transhumanism and the forum topic on transhumanism can be found here (http://www.counciloftruth.com/component/option,com_fireboard/Itemid,42/func,view/id,8/catid,7/). We’ve also previously reported on a “mind control” brain chip (http://www.counciloftruth.com/content/view/22/65/) that sends the users thoughts to a computer.

The idea of a brain chip is no longer mere fantasy or science fiction. Advances in science mean that such technology could be available in the near future. Mashable.com recently reported on thought-to-speech technology (http://mashable.com/2007/09/26/callahan-speech-to-text/%20). From the article:

Callahan, hailing from the University of Illinois, is working on a thought-to-speech technology (http://amazon.com/gp/product/074840127X?ie=UTF8&tag=counciloftrut-20&link_code=em1&camp=212341&creative=384061&creativeASIN=074840127X&adid=0316880c-692f-4cc2-966a-819daf0c4bcb) with his company Ambient. On stage, Callahan connected a wire to the back of his head, which is also connected to a computer. And out of the speakers we heard a digital voice that spoke his thoughts.

A company called Ambient makes the technology. The following text is taken from their website (http://www.theaudeo.com/tech.html%20):

The Audeo is being developed to create a human-computer interface for communication without the need of physical motor control or speech production. Using signal processing, unpronounced speech representing the thought of the mind can be translated from intercepted neurological signals.

By interfacing near the source of vocal production, the Audeo has the potential to restore communication to people who are unable to speak. The proposed solution is a featherweight wireless device resting over the vocal cords capable of transmitting neurological information from the brain. Using data analysis, this information can be processed into synthesized speech or a menu selection capable of conveying the basic necessities (http://amazon.com/gp/product/B000H42O94?ie=UTF8&tag=counciloftrut-20&link_code=em1&camp=212341&creative=384061&creativeASIN=B000H42O94&adid=0bba1a4f-f749-484e-994e-7e1183e01068) of human life.

If you believe this video and actually think a brain chip is beneficial then perhaps you should read the following quote by William Sims Bainbridge who says that brain implants will create a “docile” population (http://www.biopolitics-berlin2003.org/doc_rt.asp?id=100%20).

At the same level of technological development intelligent species acquire effective techniques for modifying themselves, socially and biologically. Electronic communication and rapid transportation make possible a stifling world government. Techniques such as genetic engineering, psychoactive drugs (http://amazon.com/gp/product/092654425X?ie=UTF8&tag=counciloftrut-20&link_code=em1&camp=212341&creative=384061&creativeASIN=092654425X&adid=c9ab4afd-4848-40b1-9bd2-497caea2d33d) and electronic control of the brain make possible a transformation of the species into docile, fully-obedient, "safe" organisms. Not interstellar flight but stasis becomes the order of the day -- the policy of the millennium and of the aeon. Some species may fail to transform themselves, and they will survive only briefly before destroying themselves in nuclear war or in some other suicidal catastrophe which we may not yet even imagine.



Watch the video on the “world wide mind” below:
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=Z_VVsKUFXc4
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=-j4fiGufn64
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=HPcAtnLIgKg
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=3hgReo9wHX8
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=KEoUhS45wbU
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=Re-CVTJ01BY

(Alan Watt (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com) discusses the above video in his Jan 18, 2007 blurb - "Masons, Microchips and the Battle for the Mind (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/Blurbs/Alan_Watt_Blurb_MasonsMicrochips_Jan182007.mp3)" - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_MasonsMicrochipsMind_Jan182007.htm l). )

matrixcutter
16-10-2007, 05:33 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAI2-_hnFH0&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fprisonplanet%2Ecom%2Farticles%2F october2007%2F151007%5Fb%5Fverichip%2Ehtm

greenleaf
16-10-2007, 08:19 PM
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4351344447941413451911 truth bristol
22 min 30 sec - 12 Feb 2006
www.911truthbristol.com
This video documents the decline of civil rights since 911 and the arrival of biometrics as a new wave of identifying people. But is there ... all » a more sinister reason for creating a global database, and what are the potencial dangers involoved and what do we still not know enogh about?

matrixcutter
18-10-2007, 06:32 PM
Brain-computer interface for controlling Second Life avatars (http://scienceblogs.com/neurophilosophy/2007/10/braincomputer_interface_for_co.php?utm_source=most emailed&utm_medium=link)

Category: Neuroscience (http://scienceblogs.com/neurophilosophy/neuroscience/) • Technology (http://scienceblogs.com/neurophilosophy/technology/)
Posted on: October 12, 2007 8:50 AM, by Mo (http://scienceblogs.com/neurophilosophy/2007/10/)

http://scienceblogs.com/neurophilosophy/bci_second_life.jpe

Researchers from the Biomedical Engineering Laboratory (http://bme.bio.keio.ac.jp/01news/) at Keio University in Japan have developed a brain-computer interface that enables users to control the movements of Second Life (http://secondlife.com/) avatars without moving a muscle.

The device consists of a headset containing electrodes which monitor electrical activity in the motor cortex, the region of the brain involved in planning, executing and controlling movements.

All a user has to do to control his/her avatar is imagine performing various movements. The activity monitored by the headpiece is read and plotted by an electroencephalogram, which relays it to a computer running a brain wave analysis algorithm that interprets the imagined movements. A keyboard emulator then translates the data into signals which can be used to control the movements of the user's on-screen avatar in real-time.

Below is a film clip of the device in use.

Brain-computer interface for controlling Second Life avatars - YouTube

asentinel
19-10-2007, 05:30 AM
"They Want Your Soul" -

Can't remember who posted, could be under mayan prophecy/callendar,
many thanks

asentinel
19-10-2007, 05:36 AM
"They Want Your Soul" (on the subject New World Order towards the end of 2012, 17 min)



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matrixcutter
22-10-2007, 08:03 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnbYhYKKYY4&mode=related&search=brain%20washing%20conspiracy%20RFID%20chip% 209/11%20Bank%20Rothschild%20Warburg

matrixcutter
30-10-2007, 03:18 AM
U.K. Kids Get RFID Chips In School Uniforms (http://www.informationweek.com/news/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=202601660)

Trevor Darnborough, whose company, Darnbro, filed for a patent on securing RFID tags to clothing, hopes other schools will be interested.

By Thomas Claburn
InformationWeek (http://www.informationweek.com/;jsessionid=DBVUDU3U5P1HIQSNDLPSKHSCJUNN2JVN)
October 25, 2007 03:00 PM

Ten schoolchildren in the United Kingdom are being tracked by RFID chips in their school uniforms as part of a pilot program.

If the program proves successful as a way to hasten registration, simplify data entry for the school's behavioral reporting system, and ensure attendance, Trevor Darnborough, whose company, Darnbro, filed for a patent on securing RFID tags to clothing, hopes other schools will be interested, according to the Doncaster Free Press (http://www.doncasterfreepress.co.uk/free-press-news/School-puts-a-chip-on.3391369.jp).

The chipped children are enrolled at Hungerhill School in Edenthorpe, England, a secondary school for ages 11 to 16.

David Clouter, a parent and founder of Leave Them Kids Alone (http://www.leavethemkidsalone.com/), a children's advocacy group, condemned the plan. "With pupils being fingerprinted and now this it seems we are treating children in a way that we have traditionally treated criminals," he told the Doncaster Free Press.

"The system is not intrusive to the pupil in the slightest," Hungerhill teacher Graham Wakeling told the Doncaster Free Press. He also said that all the patents of the children in the trial supported the tracking effort.

Video surveillance is already commonplace in the United Kingdom, and a growing number of schoolchildren are fingerprinted for administrative and security reasons. Since 2001, nearly 6,000 pupils have been fingerprinted in the United Kingdom, the Daily Mail (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=486930) reported earlier this month, with 20 new schools embracing the practice every week.

In a blog post (http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2007/10/rfid_chips_in_s.html) about the report, security expert Bruce Schneier quipped, "So now it's easy to cut class; just ask someone to carry your shirt around the building while you're elsewhere."

chattanova
20-11-2007, 03:10 PM
Microchips and cancer

CASPIAN's new report, "Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990–2006," is a definitive review of research showing a causal link between implanted radio-frequency (RFID) microchip transponders and cancer in laboratory rodents and dogs. It was written in part to correct industry misstatements and misinformation circulating about the studies. (See bottom of this page for more.)

The report evaluates eleven articles previously published in toxicology and pathology journals. In six of the articles, between 0.8% and 10.2% of laboratory mice and rats developed malignant tumors around or adjacent to the microchips. Two additional articles reported microchip-related cancer in dogs. See Original Research Articles section below for details.

In almost all cases, the malignant tumors, typically sarcomas, arose at the site of the implants and grew to surround and fully encase the devices. These fast-growing, malignant tumors often led to the death of the afflicted animals. In many cases, the tumors metastasized or spread to other parts of the animals. The implants were unequivocally identified as the cause of the cancers.

The report reviews the relevant research and concludes with a series of recommendations for physicians, policy makers, pet owners, and researchers, including the following:

1) Further microchipping of humans should be immediately discontinued; (2) Implanted patients should be informed in writing of the research findings and offered a procedure for microchip removal, and (3) Policy makers should reverse all animal microchipping mandates.

http://www.antichips.com/cancer/

mondo23
25-11-2007, 01:52 PM
Chip scheme 'treats kids like cars'


David Ward
Saturday November 24, 2007
The Guardian

The leader of a parent teacher group yesterday hit out at a school's scheme to track pupils using chips embroidered into uniform jumpers with smart threads.

The chips, recording information including identity and behaviour details, have been tested with 19 students at Hungerhill high school in Doncaster and Doncaster Education City, a 14-19 education partnership, will begin a trial of the chips next week with 36 autistic pupils. According to the Times Educational Supplement, the pupils will be scanned first at college and then again to see if they have arrived safely at a leisure centre.

The chips' makers, Darnbro, plan to make the system available across the country.

Margaret Morrissey, of the National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations, said many parents would be concerned, especially after the government lost data for 25 million people this week.

"We are going down a dangerous road to do something that we have managed to do for years without these microchips," she said. "I have a lot of questions about what the benefits are going to be."

According to the TES, schools can fit scanners to doors or equip teachers with hand-held scanners to identify children entering or exiting rooms.

Graham Wakeling, head of Hungerhill, said he did not believe the chips infringed civil liberties and he would never allow tracking beyond the school gates. "I think such chips have the potential to improve management systems in schools, and in so doing enhance learning," he said.

Paul Silvester, from the Doncaster Education City partnership, said the technology could help teachers access pupils' records in future as more students complete their courses outside schools.







http://education.guardian.co.uk/schools/story/0,,2216309,00.html

Drip, drip drip.

eternal_spirit
25-11-2007, 01:59 PM
In a blog post (http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2007/10/rfid_chips_in_s.html) about the report, security expert Bruce Schneier quipped, "So now it's easy to cut class; just ask someone to carry your shirt around the building while you're elsewhere."

...............

Yes, and when this story reaches the mainstream media or the 6 o clock news. And another fact could be said, that, if a child was abducted, once the microchipped clothing is removed. It's obvious the next step will be the implantable chip under the skin.

mondo23
25-11-2007, 02:06 PM
Its shameful that they are trying out this scheme on autistic kids. My nephew is autistic. I asked my sister what she thought of the scheme. She thinks its a good idea. I asked her how she would feel if they injected a chip under his skin. She said she wouldnt feel comfortable with that, especially as my nephew flies into and uncontrollable rage if anyone goes near him with a needle.

astra
25-11-2007, 03:42 PM
I was taliking to a work friend the other day about these chips,i kinda believe it will happen but he must think i am a nutter he does not believe it will happen in his lifetime,he is 40 years old.When does anyone think this will go ahead?

mondo23
25-11-2007, 04:40 PM
I was taliking to a work friend the other day about these chips,i kinda believe it will happen but he must think i am a nutter he does not believe it will happen in his lifetime,he is 40 years old.When does anyone think this will go ahead?

It's already happening. Many people, not least in the US have already been chipped. See the Zeitgeist movie.

on the road
29-12-2007, 06:08 PM
It's already happening. Many people, not least in the US have already been chipped. See the Zeitgeist movie.

theres FM's on here that say they have been chipped and can see them under their skin.no pics mind but hey..

chattanova
31-12-2007, 12:08 AM
Mexico to Microchip Central American Migrants

As an omen of things to come, in March the National Immigration Institute of Mexico will demand Central Americans workers and visitors carry ID cards with electronic chips. The ID cards “will record every arrival and departure of so-called temporary workers and visitors, mostly from Guatemala,” reports KGBT 4 out of Harlingen, Texas. “Officials say the purpose is to guarantee security for workers and visitors.”

Of course, the real purpose has nothing to do with the well-being or security of workers and visitors, but is part and parcel of the emerging control grid to be implemented by the NAU at the behest of world government.

According to a news story posted at NewKerala, however, the ID will transcend a mere RFID card and will be an implantable microchip. “In a communiqué, the INM Thursday said Biochip implants would be used to control the entry of workers and visitors from Belize and Guatemala from March 2008,” an assertion apparently vouched by the Spanish news agency EFE. In addition, the story was carried by IANS, a news agency in India.

As U.S. Senate Libertarian candidate from Montana, Stan Jones warned, a national ID card with an RFID chip is an integral part of the NAU agenda (see video). “You will not be able to move about freely,” explained Jones. “This is terrorism of the most worst kind, brought on you by our own government.”

Discussing New York’s sidelined plan to issue driver licenses to illegals, radio talk show host Charles Goyette of KFNX in Phoenix, Arizona, warned that “all of this stuff is headed toward a national ID card… it is an inevitability with the national security state that the Republicans and the Democrats have ushered in this country with the Patriot Act and more… we’re headed toward a national ID card, we’re head to be vassals or serfs of the state… and I’ve looked at the field of presidential candidates and there is only one guy who is outspoken against this kind of stuff and it is congressman Ron Paul, he’s been against this idea of a national security state for a long time” (see video).




Mexico to Microchip Central American Migrants

Kurt Nimmo
Truth News
Saturday, December 29, 2007


As an omen of things to come, in March the National Immigration Institute of Mexico will demand Central Americans workers and visitors carry ID cards with electronic chips. The ID cards “will record every arrival and departure of so-called temporary workers and visitors, mostly from Guatemala,” reports KGBT 4 out of Harlingen, Texas. “Officials say the purpose is to guarantee security for workers and visitors.”

Of course, the real purpose has nothing to do with the well-being or security of workers and visitors, but is part and parcel of the emerging control grid to be implemented by the NAU at the behest of world government.

According to a news story posted at NewKerala, however, the ID will transcend a mere RFID card and will be an implantable microchip. “In a communiqué, the INM Thursday said Biochip implants would be used to control the entry of workers and visitors from Belize and Guatemala from March 2008,” an assertion apparently vouched by the Spanish news agency EFE. In addition, the story was carried by IANS, a news agency in India.

(Article continues below)

As U.S. Senate Libertarian candidate from Montana, Stan Jones warned, a national ID card with an RFID chip is an integral part of the NAU agenda (see video). “You will not be able to move about freely,” explained Jones. “This is terrorism of the most worst kind, brought on you by our own government.”

Discussing New York’s sidelined plan to issue driver licenses to illegals, radio talk show host Charles Goyette of KFNX in Phoenix, Arizona, warned that “all of this stuff is headed toward a national ID card… it is an inevitability with the national security state that the Republicans and the Democrats have ushered in this country with the Patriot Act and more… we’re headed toward a national ID card, we’re head to be vassals or serfs of the state… and I’ve looked at the field of presidential candidates and there is only one guy who is outspoken against this kind of stuff and it is congressman Ron Paul, he’s been against this idea of a national security state for a long time” (see video).

For many, the idea of an RFID ID card seems innocuous enough, however, our rulers have far more sinister plans in mind — ultimately an implantable microchip designed to replace a card, subject to loss or theft.

“It is technically possible for every newborn to be injected with a microchip, which could then function to identify the person for the rest of his or her life. Such plans are secretly being discussed in the U.S. without any public airing of the privacy issues involved,” noted Rauni-Leena Luukanen-Kilde, MD, the former Chief Medical Officer of Finland in 2000. It is not simply identification our rulers are interested in implementing, but something far more nefarious, as Luukanen-Kilde explained:

The NSA’s electronic surveillance system can simultaneously follow and handle millions of people. Each of us has a unique bioelectrical resonance frequency in the brain, just as we have unique fingerprints. With electromagnetic frequency (EMF) brain stimulation fully coded, pulsating electromagnetic signals can be sent to the brain, causing the desired voice and visual effects to be experienced by the target. This is a form of electronic warfare. U.S. astronauts were implanted before they were sent into space so their thoughts could be followed and all their emotions could be registered 24 hours a day.

As should be expected, this grandiose plan to turn populations into Borg-like creatures will begin with seemingly innocuous RFID cards. In Mexico, this plan is well underway with the issuance of RFID cards, imposed on those least able to resist. In likewise fashion, the agenda will be forced on the American people at large, a scheme already far advanced in the planned issuance of REAL ID. Once implemented, the only question that will remain will be: how long before we are forced to accept an implantable microchip?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XScXum6vjM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBw7cjxZ7-A

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON0Bv-r-T98

http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/291207Microchip.htm?p=1455

arrowwind
31-12-2007, 05:36 PM
Some freaked out mother who is fearing abduction in Florida has had her kids microchiped. Sorry. I don't have the link. I think it happened about 1 year ago. She looked like a lizard to me!:D

matrixcutter
03-01-2008, 01:51 PM
39 seconds
Mexican government to use "biochips" to curb immigration - YouTube

matrixcutter
03-01-2008, 01:55 PM
http://www.theconnection.org/shows/2005/06/20050628_b_main.asp

The Brain Chip
http://www.theconnection.org/content/2003/02/05/0206brain173.jpg

Have you ever closed your eyes at some point and wished you could make something happen -- just by thinking it. Well science isn't quite there yet, but it's close.

A technology called BrainGate holds the promise that quadriplegics will be able to do things like surf the Web, write e-mails and play video games just with brainpower. It works with a microchip and electrodes; a tiny device implanted in the brain that transmits intention to a computer cursor.

BrainGate has already been tested on one person, and the Food and Drug Administration has given the company permission to test the technology on four more people. The success of the first trial has given hope to many, but also opens up a number of concerns about how the technology might be misused.

Guests:
John Donoghue, head of the neuroscience department at Brown University and co-founder of Cyberkinetics

Miguel Nicoleli, professor in Duke University's neurobiology department.

Hosted by: Dick Gordon
Show Originally Aired: 6/28/2005
Download interview (http://www.bu.edu/wbur/connection/audio/2005/06/con_0628b.rm)

matrixcutter
10-01-2008, 04:24 PM
http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-2334244465089453706&q=katherine+albrecht&total=29&start=0&num=10&so=1&type=search&plindex=0

Link (http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-2334244465089453706&q=katherine+albrecht&total=29&start=0&num=10&so=1&type=search&plindex=0) - in case the Media tags stop working again.


www.spychips.com/

https://secure.endtime.com/apstore/productfamily.asp?id=3

Katherine Albrecht discusses a promotional event organised by the Barcelona Baja Beach Club - the 7th Anniversary and Opening Champagne Bar and Implantation VIP Verichip - attended by some B-list celebrities.

These celebrities were contestants on a game show. What was it called? Have a guess.

Look at the girl's face at around three and a half minutes.

jimijams
14-01-2008, 04:00 AM
Prisoners 'to be chipped like dogs'

Hi-tech 'satellite' tagging planned in order to create more space in jails
Civil rights groups and probation officers furious at 'degrading' scheme
By Brian Brady, Whitehall Editor
Published: 13 January 2008

Ministers are planning to implant "machine-readable" microchips under the skin of thousands of offenders as part of an expansion of the electronic tagging scheme that would create more space in British jails.

Amid concerns about the security of existing tagging systems and prison overcrowding, the Ministry of Justice is investigating the use of satellite and radio-wave technology to monitor criminals.

But, instead of being contained in bracelets worn around the ankle, the tiny chips would be surgically inserted under the skin of offenders in the community, to help enforce home curfews. The radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, as long as two grains of rice, are able to carry scanable personal information about individuals, including their identities, address and offending record.

The tags, labelled "spychips" by privacy campaigners, are already used around the world to keep track of dogs, cats, cattle and airport luggage, but there is no record of the technology being used to monitor offenders in the community. The chips are also being considered as a method of helping to keep order within prisons.

A senior Ministry of Justice official last night confirmed that the department hoped to go even further, by extending the geographical range of the internal chips through a link-up with satellite-tracking similar to the system used to trace stolen vehicles. "All the options are on the table, and this is one we would like to pursue," the source added.

The move is in line with a proposal from Ken Jones, the president of the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo), that electronic chips should be surgically implanted into convicted paedophiles and sex offenders in order to track them more easily. Global Positioning System (GPS) technology is seen as the favoured method of monitoring such offenders to prevent them going near "forbidden" zones such as primary schools.

"We have wanted to take advantage of this technology for several years, because it seems a sensible solution to the problems we are facing in this area," a senior minister said last night. "We have looked at it and gone back to it and worried about the practicalities and the ethics, but when you look at the challenges facing the criminal justice system, it's time has come."

The Government has been forced to review sentencing policy amid serious overcrowding in the nation's jails, after the prison population soared from 60,000 in 1997 to 80,000 today. The crisis meant the number of prisoners held in police cells rose 13-fold last year, with police stations housing offenders more than 60,000 times in 2007, up from 4,617 the previous year. The UK has the highest prison population per capita in western Europe, and the Government is planning for an extra 20,000 places at a cost of £3.8bn – including three gigantic new "superjails" – in the next six years.

More than 17,000 individuals, including criminals and suspects released on bail, are subject to electronic monitoring at any one time, under curfews requiring them to stay at home up to 12 hours a day. But official figures reveal that almost 2,000 offenders a year escape monitoring by tampering with ankle tags or tearing them off. Curfew breaches rose from 11,435 in 2005 to 43,843 in 2006 – up 283 per cent. The monitoring system, which relies on mobile-phone technology, can fail if the network crashes.

A multimillion-pound pilot of satellite monitoring of offenders was shelved last year after a report revealed many criminals simply ditched the ankle tag and separate portable tracking unit issued to them. The "prison without bars" project also failed to track offenders when they were in the shadow of tall buildings.

The Independent on Sunday has now established that ministers have been assessing the merits of cutting-edge technology that would make it virtually impossible for individuals to remove their electronic tags.

The tags, injected into the back of the arm with a hypodermic needle, consist of a toughened glass capsule holding a computer chip, a copper antenna and a "capacitor" that transmits data stored on the chip when prompted by an electromagnetic reader.

But details of the dramatic option for tightening controls over Britain's criminals provoked an angry response from probation officers and civil-rights groups. Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty, said: "If the Home Office doesn't understand why implanting a chip in someone is worse than an ankle bracelet, they don't need a human-rights lawyer; they need a common-sense bypass.

"Degrading offenders in this way will do nothing for their rehabilitation and nothing for our safety, as some will inevitably find a way round this new technology."

Harry Fletcher, assistant general secretary of the National Association of Probation Officers, said the proposal would not make his members' lives easier and would degrade their clients. He added: "I have heard about this suggestion, but we feel the system works well enough as it is. Knowing where offenders like paedophiles are does not mean you know what they are doing.

"This is the sort of daft idea that comes up from the department every now and then, but tagging people in the same way we tag our pets cannot be the way ahead. Treating people like pieces of meat does not seem to represent an improvement in the system to me."

The US market leader VeriChip Corp, whose parent company has been selling radio tags for animals for more than a decade, has sold 7,000 RFID microchips worldwide, of which about 2,000 have been implanted in humans. The company claims its VeriChips are used in more than 5,000 installations, crossing healthcare, security, government and industrial markets, but they have also been used to verify VIP membership in nightclubs, automatically gaining the carrier entry – and deducting the price of their drinks from a pre-paid account.

The possible value of the technology to the UK's justice system was first highlighted 18 months ago, when Acpo's Mr Jones suggested the chips could be implanted into sex offenders. The implants would be tracked by satellite, enabling authorities to set up "zones", including schools, playgrounds and former victims' homes, from which individuals would be barred.

"If we are prepared to track cars, why don't we track people?" Mr Jones said. "You could put surgical chips into those of the most dangerous sex offenders who are willing to be controlled."

The case for: 'We track cars, so why not people?'

The Government is struggling to keep track of thousands of offenders in the community and is troubled by an overcrowded prison system close to bursting. Internal tagging offers a solution that could impose curfews more effectively than at present, and extend the system by keeping sex offenders out of "forbidden areas". "If we are prepared to track cars, why don't we track people?" said Ken Jones, president of the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo).

Officials argue that the internal tags enable the authorities to enforce thousands of court orders by ensuring offenders remain within their own walls during curfew hours – and allow the immediate verification of ID details when challenged.

The internal tags also have a use in maintaining order within prisons. In the United States, they are used to track the movement of gang members within jails.

Offenders themselves would prefer a tag they can forget about, instead of the bulky kit carried around on the ankle.

The case against: 'The rest of us could be next'

Professionals in the criminal justice system maintain that the present system is 95 per cent effective. Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is unproven. The technology is actually more invasive, and carries more information about the host. The devices have been dubbed "spychips" by critics who warn that they would transmit data about the movements of other people without their knowledge.

Consumer privacy expert Liz McIntyre said a colleague had already proved he could "clone" a chip. "He can bump into a chipped person and siphon the chip's unique signal in a matter of seconds," she said.

One company plans deeper implants that could vibrate, electroshock the implantee, broadcast a message, or serve as a microphone to transmit conversations. "Some folks might foolishly discount all of these downsides and futuristic nightmares since the tagging is proposed for criminals like rapists and murderers," Ms McIntyre said. "The rest of us could be next."

http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/politics/article3333852.ece

matrixcutter
15-01-2008, 08:05 PM
DARPA’s Control Freak Technology (http://www.inteldaily.com/?c=126&a=4557)
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 05:29:00
By Kurt Nimmo

(Truth News) (http://www.truthnews.us/?p=1240) -- According to Wired, the Pentagon is "about to embark on a stunningly ambitious research project designed to gather every conceivable bit of information about a person's life, index all the information and make it searchable?. What national security experts and civil libertarians want to know is, why would the Defense Department want to do such a thing?"

Once again, "security experts and civil libertarians" fail to understand the authoritarian, psychopathic mind. Our rulers do these sort of things because they are the ultimate control freaks, paranoid and suspicious of the average person ? or rather what the average person may do in order to get rid of the controllers, the parasites, who are compelled to spend billions of dollars on such projects, that is to say billions fleeced off the people they want to monitor and control. As usual, the excuse is they have to protect us from the terrorists, never mind they created the terrorists, too.

"The embryonic LifeLog program would dump everything an individual does into a giant database: every e-mail sent or received, every picture taken, every Web page surfed, every phone call made, every TV show watched, every magazine read," Wired continues. "All of this ? and more ? would combine with information gleaned from a variety of sources: a GPS transmitter to keep tabs on where that person went, audio-visual sensors to capture what he or she sees or says, and biomedical monitors to keep track of the individual's health."
In fact, a large part of this is already in place, thanks to the NSA's vacuum cleaner approach to searching for "al-Qaeda phone calls," cataloguing millions of phone calls each and every day, reading email, snooping internet destinations with the help of the telecoms. As for GPS, you have one in your cell phone, as well as a way for the snoops to listen in on what you say, even when you think the phone is switched off.

If the government had its way ? and it may very well in a few years, thanks to the bovine nature of the average American ? you will be chipped or at minimum have an RFID in your wallet or purse, thus they will be track where you go and when.

This gigantic amalgamation of personal information could then be used to "trace the ?threads' of an individual's life," to see exactly how a relationship or events developed, according to a briefing from the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency, LifeLog's sponsor.

Someone with access to the database could "retrieve a specific thread of past transactions, or recall an experience from a few seconds ago or from many years earlier ? by using a search-engine interface."

For instance, it could be determined if you harbor "discontent" with the government, in other words if you're with al-Qaeda.

On the surface, the project seems like the latest in a long line of DARPA's "blue sky" research efforts, most of which never make it out of the lab. But DARPA is currently asking businesses and universities for research proposals to begin moving LifeLog forward. And some people, such as Steven Aftergood, a defense analyst with the Federation of American Scientists, are worried.

With its controversial Total Information Awareness database project, DARPA already is planning to track all of an individual's "transactional data" ? like what we buy and who gets our e-mail.

While the parameters of the project have not yet been determined, Aftergood said he believes LifeLog could go far beyond TIA's scope, adding physical information (like how we feel) and media data (like what we read) to this transactional data.

"LifeLog has the potential to become something like ?TIA cubed,'" he said.

No doubt, the pointy-heads in the Pentagon are particularly interested in this "how we feel" aspect of the program. Not even Orwell was able to imagine such a scary control device.

You see an image of our commander-guy on television or the web, your biomedical implant registers an elevated level or disgust, and the thought police are dispatched in SWAT fashion. It's off to the re-education camp for you.

Of course, that's really "blue sky" stuff at this point. Instead, for the moment, we'll have to settle for DARPA tracking us on the internet, thanks to technology under development at Microsoft.

In the private sector, a number of LifeLog-like efforts already are underway to digitally archive one's life ? to create a "surrogate memory," as minicomputer pioneer Gordon Bell calls it.

Bell, now with Microsoft, scans all his letters and memos, records his conversations, saves all the Web pages he's visited and e-mails he's received and puts them into an electronic storehouse dubbed MyLifeBits.

DARPA's LifeLog would take this concept several steps further by tracking where people go and what they see.

Of course, if you know the government is tracking where you go, chances are you may not go there. And that's why DARPA is spending your hard-earned tax money on technology you can't get around, just in case you're with al-Qaeda or a Ron Paul supporter.

That makes the project similar to the work of University of Toronto professor Steve Mann. Since his teen years in the 1970s, Mann, a self-styled "cyborg," has worn a camera and an array of sensors to record his existence. He claims he's convinced 20 to 30 of his current and former students to do the same. It's all part of an experiment into "existential technology" and "the metaphysics of free will."

DARPA isn't quite so philosophical about LifeLog. But the agency does see some potential battlefield uses for the program.

Indeed, military types are not normally interested in all that philosophical stuff, as they are too busy finding and eliminating enemies. DARPA concentrates on the battlefield and the battlefield is right here on Main Street. DARPA does somersaults to fit LifeLog into a traditional military context but it fails and fails miserably. Obviously, this system is for us, the commoners, and the real enemies of power.

John Pike, director of defense think tank GlobalSecurity.org, said he finds the explanations "hard to believe."

"It looks like an outgrowth of Total Information Awareness and other DARPA homeland security surveillance programs," he added in an e-mail.

Sure, LifeLog could be used to train robotic assistants. But it also could become a way to profile suspected terrorists, said Cory Doctorow, with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In other words, Osama bin Laden's agent takes a walk around the block at 10 each morning, buys a bagel and a newspaper at the corner store and then calls his mother. You do the same things ? so maybe you're an al Qaeda member, too!

Bingo! And as we know, al-Qaeda now encompasses at lot of behavior, as even garden variety criminals are considered terrorists. But the run-of-the-mill pot smoker or bad check writer pales in comparison to those who are walking around experiencing "discontent" with the government. Obviously, a bad check writer will have at best minimal influence on the government while an al-Qaeda terrorist in a 9/11 truth t-shirt is most certainly a direct challenge and threat to the guys in charge, and that's why DARPA was put on the case.

"The more that an individual's characteristic behavior patterns ? ?routines, relationships and habits' ? can be represented in digital form, the easier it would become to distinguish among different individuals, or to monitor one," Aftergood, the Federation of American Scientists analyst, wrote in an e-mail.

In its LifeLog report, DARPA makes some nods to privacy protection, like when it suggests that "properly anonymized access to LifeLog data might support medical research and the early detection of an emerging epidemic."

But before these grand plans get underway, LifeLog will start small. Right now, DARPA is asking industry and academics to submit proposals for 18-month research efforts, with a possible 24-month extension. (DARPA is not sure yet how much money it will sink into the program.)

Not that money is an object when the American tax payer is picking up the tab.

Like a game show, winning this DARPA prize eventually will earn the lucky scientists a trip for three to Washington, D.C. Except on this excursion, every participating scientist's e-mail to the travel agent, every padded bar bill and every mad lunge for a cab will be monitored, categorized and later dissected.

And if the scientists are not extra careful, they may end up dead or missing, like not shortage microbiologists, as secret program like to clean up and stragglers who may cause embarrassment or Nuremberg-like trials down the road.

matrixcutter
15-01-2008, 08:06 PM
'Exodus' to virtual worlds predicted (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7138103.stm)

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Will real pubs empty as people head for virtual watering holes?

The appeal of online virtual worlds such as Second Life is such that it may trigger an exodus of people seeking to "disappear from reality," an expert on large-scale online games has said.

Virtual worlds have seen huge growth since they became mainstream in the early years of this decade, developing out of Massive Multiplayer Role-Playing Games.

And the online economies in some match those of real world countries.

Their draw is such that they could have a profound effect on some parts of society, Edward Castronova, Associate Professor in the Department of Telecommunications at Indiana University, told BBC World Service's Digital Planet programme.

"My guess is that the impact on the real world really is going to involve folks disappearing from reality in a lot of places where we see them," he said.

Varying involvement

Dr Castronova, who has written a book on the subject entitled Exodus To The Virtual World, drew parallels to the 1600s when thousands of people left Britain for a new life in North America.

"That certainly changed North America - and that's usually what we focus on - but it certainly changed the UK as well," he said.

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"There will be a group of people who spend all their lives there, and the question for me is, how big is that group?" - Edward Castronova

"So what I tried to do in this book is say, 'listen - even if the typical reader doesn't spend any time in virtual worlds, what is going to be the impact on him of people going and doing this?'"

And he predicted that everyone will be involved in a virtual environment within ten years - although the level of that involvement will vary.

He said while some people will be colonists - "the virtual frontier opens up and off they go and disappear" - others will just use virtual worlds to get together with distant family and friends.

But he stressed there will be a group of people that spends all their lives there, and that the big question is the size of this group.

"We forget how many people there are, and we have to ask ourselves, how exciting is the game of life for most people out there?" he said.

Escape and refuge

The appeal, he said, is not for those in a good job, but for those working low-paid, low-skill jobs. "Would you rather be a Starbucks worker or a starship captain?" he asked.

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Virtual worlds allow people to change their appearance from their real look

But he also stressed that since virtual worlds are social, he sees increased interaction in them as a step forward.

And he also highlighted the difference between seeing them as an "escape" and as a "refuge."

"If reality is a bad thing, and people are going into virtual worlds to reconnect, the word you would deploy is refuge," he said.

"A father of two spending 90 hours a week in a virtual world because he doesn't like his wife - I would say that's escapism, and it isn't anything you would say is good.

"But if it's a heavy-set girl from a small town who gets victimised just because her body isn't the 'right' kind of body, and she goes online to make friends because she can't get a fair shake in the real world, then I would say the virtual world is more of a refuge."

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Dec. 17, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" on RBN (adverts removed):
"Exodus from Physical Slavery to Virtual Slavery - The Surrender of Consciousness" - mp3 (http://cuttingthrough.jenkness.com/CTTM/Alan_Watt_CTTM_LIVEonRBN_52_Exodus_from_Physical_S lavery_to_Virtual_Slavery_Dec172007.mp3)
(Article: "'Exodus' to virtual worlds predicted (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7138103.stm)" BBC News, bbc.co.uk - Dec. 11, 2007.)

matrixcutter
15-01-2008, 08:06 PM
Borg Hive Technology Now Nearly Main Street (http://www.truthnews.us/?p=1337)
Kurt Nimmo
TruthNews
December 19, 2007

“All over the world, systems that directly connect silicon circuits to brains are under development, and some are nearly ready for commercial applications, according to a new report from the World Technology Evaluation Center and announced by a news release of the University of Southern California (USC),” writes ZDNet blogger Roland Piquepaille (http://blogs.zdnet.com/emergingtech/?p=776). “Some of the conclusions of this report about brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are quite surprising. For example, North America researchers focus almost exclusively on invasive BCIs while noninvasive BCI systems are mostly studied in European and Asian labs.”

By “invasive,” Mr. Piquepaille means they plant this stuff right in your gray matter. Of course, we are told all of this is for the betterment of man, sort of like that cure for cancer or the one for the common cold. It is indeed odd that the rate of cancer has skyrocketed over the last decade and new, more virulent and deadly forms of influenza viruses are appearing all the time, complete with warnings that if a really bad outbreak occurs we’ll be slapped under martial law.

Sure, a couple lucky souls may receive a “BCI” for damaged regions of the hippocampus, as this program must be sold to the public, but when you see DARPA stamped on something, be afraid. “This is a project funded by the EU Future Emerging Technology Program to develop a hierarchical, distributed-control, multiple-degrees-of-freedom robotic hand for replacement of lost limbs. The hand is designed to respond to signals from the human nervous system. It is included in the DARPA Revolutionizing Prosthetics program.”

DARPA and the European Union?

Of course, that’s only kid’s stuff, as the real scary totalitarians will soon begin developing this wonderful technology. “Future BCI research in China is clearly developing toward invasive BCI systems, so BCI researchers in the US will soon have a strong competitor.”

Prediction: China will take “invasive” to the limit. Imagine millions of Chinese workers, already fair to middling in the passive department, cranking out lead dusted toys and plastic spiked pet food with nary a bleat of protest, let alone need for breaks or, for that matter, sleep and entertainment.

It’s the ultimate technocratic Borg Hive, that much closer to realization.

In Brave New World Revisited, Aldous Huxley predicted an era when “most men and women will grow up to love their servitude and will never dream of revolution.” But if DARPA, the EU, and China have their way, the very act of loving and dreaming will likely become impossible with the right silicon-based, nanotechnological BCI system in place.

You will be assimilated.

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Oct. 11, 2007 Alan Watt Blurb (i.e. Educational Talk)
"Mending Your Mind, Blending Your Kind and You Shall All Serve as One" - mp3 (http://cuttingthrough.jenkness.com/Blurbs/Alan_Watt_Blurb_MendingYourMind_BlendingYourKind_a nd_YouShallAllServeAsOne_Oct112007.mp3) - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_MendingYourMind_BlendingYourKind_a nd_YouShallAllServeAsOne_Oct112007.html).
(Books: "Brave New World Revisited" by Aldous Huxley. "1984" by George Orwell.)


April 15, 2006 Alan Watt Special Presentation - Mass Mind Control (Includes Aldous Huxley Talk) - mp3 (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/audio/Alan_Watt_Special_Huxley_Scientific_Dictatorship_0 41506_16.mp3) - transcript (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Mass_Mind_Control_Alan_Watt.html).

matrixcutter
15-01-2008, 08:07 PM
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Klüft touts computer chip implants (http://www.thelocal.se/9454/20071219)
Published: 19 Dec 07 12:59 CET

Swedish athletes Carolina Klüft and Stefan Holm have caused a stir on the home front by proposing radical measures to ensure that top level competitors refrain from taking performance-enhancing drugs.

Klüft and Holm, reigning Olympic champions in the heptathlon and high-jump events, both agreed that competitors at the highest level should either have computer chips implanted into their skin or GPS transmitters attached to their training bags to help keep track of their movements at all times.

According to Klüft, today's system - whereby athletes provide quarterly advance reports of their probable whereabouts - is not sufficient to tackle the sport's problems with doping.

"I have previously proposed that we should have computer chips surgically implanted into our skin. But it might be just as good if everybody at a certain level had a key ring with a GPS transmitter on their training bags. That way everybody involved knows where we are at all times and can find us for tests," Klüft told Svenska Dagbladet.

"I wouldn't have any complaints about surveillance of this kind. In fact, I think we have an obligation to go along with most things. Doping is terrible, which means it is important we have an open mind and are brave enough to discuss and debate the issue," she added.

The Swedish superstar, who has not lost a single heptathlon or pentathlon event since 2002, also revealed that the mere thought of consuming a banned substance filled her with dread. If ever she failed a doping test, Klüft said that her life would not be worth living and she would have to leave Sweden.

Stefan Holm, gold medal winner in the high jump event at the 2004 Olympics, said he was open to his compatriot's suggestions.

"Honestly, why not? [A GPS transmitter] might be radical and it sounds brutal but sometimes it feels like a good solution to avoid being treated with suspicion for no reason. But it's hard to be one hundred percent sure without having a chip surgically implanted into the skin," he told Svenska Dagbladet.

Since athletes are already observed very closely, Holm argued that increased surveillance in the form of a computer chip would make little difference to the top performers.

"They really do want to know where we are at any given moment and in a way it would be the easiest way to keep track of us athletes, however science fiction and absurd it may sound," Holm added.

Paul O'Mahony ([email protected]/08 656 6513)

matrixcutter
15-01-2008, 08:08 PM
US: Rhode Island School Children to be Chipped Like Dogs (http://www.sott.net/articles/show/147138-US-Rhode-Island-School-Children-to-be-Chipped-Like-Dogs)
Meaghan Wims
Providence Journal
Sun, 13 Jan 2008 08:40 EST

MIDDLETOWN - The Rhode Island affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union is calling on the Middletown School Department to drop its planned pilot program of a student-tracking system that the ACLU says would treat children like "cattle" and violate their privacy.

The school district this month will test the Mobile Accountability Program, or MAP, which will place GPS tracking devices in two school buses and attach radio-frequency identification labels to the backpacks of the 80 or so Aquidneck Elementary School students who ride those buses. School administrators will then be able to monitor - in real-time, via an online map of Middletown at MAPIT's secure Web site - the progress of those buses and their passengers as the children enter and exit the buses.

MAP is designed to improve transportation safety and efficiency and the pilot would last for the rest of the school year, after which school officials will determine whether to expand the program to the district's entire bus fleet.

The ACLU, in a letter Friday to Schools Supt. Rosemarie K. Kraeger, expressed its "deep concerns" about MAP and urged the school district to halt the pilot project.

Using radio-frequency technology to track school buses seems "rather unnecessary," ACLU executive director Steven Brown wrote.

But it's Middletown's use of electronic chips to also monitor the students themselves that most troubles the ACLU, Brown wrote.

"RFID [radio-frequency ID] technology was originally developed to track products and cattle," Brown wrote.

"The privacy and security implications with using this technology for tagging human beings, particularly children, are considerable.... Requiring students to wear RFID labels treats them as objects, not children. The Middletown school district sends a very disturbing message to its young students when it monitors them using technology employed to track cattle, sheep and shipment pallets in warehouses."

Plus, the IDs could be unsafe, according to the ACLU, because Web sites sell electronic readers that can intercept the data on students' tags.

Schools Supt. Rosemarie K. Kraeger said yesterday that the school district doesn't plan to abandon its pilot program. School officials, she said, considered MAP for more than a year and questioned the provider, MAPIT Corp., about how students' privacy would be protected.

She said the school district is confident that the program includes the necessary safeguards to protect students' identities.

"I wish Mr. Brown had called to find out the details of the project," Kraeger said.

"The company went to extra pains to make sure all our concerns had been addressed, and we did our due diligence. We feel secure."

The School Department sent letters to the parents of the 80 children included in the pilot, and Kraeger said none have complained.

In fact, she said, two parents have recently e-mailed her to express support for the tracking program.

Nonetheless, the ACLU is urging Middletown schools to "respect the privacy and civil liberties of Middletown's elementary school students" and reconsider implementing the MAP pilot.

"This is just another example of overkill," Brown said yesterday.

"The biggest concern is how this could acclimate young kids at an early age to being monitored by the government."

[email protected]

matrixcutter
15-01-2008, 08:10 PM
Next-generation toys read brain waves (http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=958)
2007 05 04

From: cnn.com

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A NeuroSky worker wears a Darth Vader outfit as he controls a light saber using his brain waves. NeuroSky's headset measures brain-wave activity, including signals that relate to concentration, relaxation and anxiety.

A convincing twin of Darth Vader stalks the beige cubicles of a Silicon Valley office, complete with ominous black mask, cape and light saber.

But this is no chintzy Halloween costume. It's a prototype, years in the making, of a toy that incorporates brain wave-reading technology.

Behind the mask is a sensor that touches the user's forehead and reads the brain's electrical signals, then sends them to a wireless receiver inside the saber, which lights up when the user is concentrating.

The player maintains focus by channeling thoughts on any fixed mental image, or thinking specifically about keeping the light sword on. When the mind wanders, the wand goes dark.

Engineers at NeuroSky Inc. have big plans for brain wave-reading toys and video games. They say the simple Darth Vader game -- a relatively crude biofeedback device cloaked in gimmicky garb -- portends the coming of more sophisticated devices that could revolutionize the way people play.

Technology from NeuroSky and other startups could make video games more mentally stimulating and realistic. It could even enable players to control video game characters or avatars in virtual worlds with nothing but their thoughts.

Adding biofeedback to "Tiger Woods PGA Tour," for instance, could mean that only those players who muster Zen-like concentration could nail a put. In the popular first-person shooter "Grand Theft Auto," players who become nervous or frightened would have worse aim than those who remain relaxed and focused.

NeuroSky's prototype measures a person's baseline brain-wave activity, including signals that relate to concentration, relaxation and anxiety. The technology ranks performance in each category on a scale of 1 to 100, and the numbers change as a person thinks about relaxing images, focuses intently, or gets kicked, interrupted or otherwise distracted.

The technology is similar to more sensitive, expensive equipment that athletes use to achieve peak performance. Koo Hyoung Lee, a NeuroSky co-founder from South Korea, used biofeedback to improve concentration and relaxation techniques for members of his country's Olympic archery team.

"Most physical games are really mental games," said Lee, also chief technology officer at San Jose-based NeuroSky, a 12-employee company founded in 1999. "You must maintain attention at very high levels to succeed. This technology makes toys and video games more lifelike."

Boosters say toys with even the most basic brain wave-reading technology -- scheduled to debut later this year -- could boost mental focus and help kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism and mood disorders.

But scientific research is scant. Even if the devices work as promised, some question whether people who use biofeedback devices will be able to replicate their relaxed or focused states in real life, when they're not attached to equipment in front of their television or computer.

Elkhonon Goldberg, clinical professor of neurology at New York University, said the toys might catch on in a society obsessed with optimizing performance -- but he was skeptical they'd reduce the severity of major behavioral disorders.

"These techniques are used usually in clinical contexts. The gaming companies are trying to push the envelope," said Goldberg, author of "The Wisdom Paradox: How Your Mind Can Grow Stronger As Your Brain Grows Older." "You can use computers to improve the cognitive abilities, but it's an art."

It's also unclear whether consumers, particularly American kids, want mentally taxing games.

"It's hard to tell whether playing games with biofeedback is more fun -- the company executives say that, but I don't know if I believe them," said Ben Sawyer, director of the Games for Health Project, a division of the Serious Games Initiative. The think tank focuses in part on how to make computer games more educational, not merely pastimes for kids with dexterous thumbs.

The basis of many brain wave-reading games is electroencephalography, or EEG, the measurement of the brain's electrical activity through electrodes placed on the scalp. EEG has been a mainstay of psychiatry for decades.

An EEG headset in a research hospital may have 100 or more electrodes that attach to the scalp with a conductive gel. It could cost tens of thousands of dollars.

But the price and size of EEG hardware is shrinking. NeuroSky's "dry-active" sensors don't require gel, are the size of a thumbnail, and could be put into a headset that retails for as little as $20, said NeuroSky CEO Stanley Yang.

Yang is secretive about his company's product lineup because of a nondisclosure agreement with the manufacturer. But he said an international toy manufacturer plans to unveil an inexpensive gizmo with an embedded NeuroSky biosensor at the Japan Toy Association's trade show in late June. A U.S. version is scheduled to debut at the American International Fall Toy Show in October.

"Whatever we sell, it will work on 100 percent or almost 100 percent of people out there, no matter what the condition, temperature, indoor or outdoors," Yang said. "We aim for wearable technology that everyone can put on and go without failure, as easy as the iPod."

Researchers at NeuroSky and other startups are also building prototypes of toys that use electromyography (EMG), which records twitches and other muscular movements, and electrooculography (EOG), which measures changes in the retina.

While NeuroSky's headset has one electrode, Emotiv Systems Inc. has developed a gel-free headset with 18 sensors. Besides monitoring basic changes in mood and focus, Emotiv's bulkier headset detects brain waves indicating smiles, blinks, laughter, even conscious thoughts and unconscious emotions. Players could kick or punch their video game opponent -- without a joystick or mouse.

"It fulfills the fantasy of telekinesis," said Tan Le, co-founder and president of San Francisco-based Emotiv.

The 30-person company hopes to begin selling a consumer headset next year, but executives would not speculate on price. A prototype hooks up to gaming consoles such as the Nintendo Wii, Sony PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Xbox 360.

Le, a 29-year-old Australian woman, said the company decided in 2004 to target gamers because they would generate the most revenue -- but eventually Emotive will build equipment for clinical use. The technology could enable paralyzed people to "move" in virtual realty; people with obsessive-compulsive disorders could measure their anxiety levels, then adjust medication accordingly.

The husband-and-wife team behind CyberLearning Technology LLC took the opposite approach. The San Marcos-based startup targets doctors, therapists and parents of adolescents with autism, impulse control problems and other pervasive developmental disorders.

CyberLearning is already selling the SmartBrain Technologies system for the original PlayStation, PS2 and original Xbox, and it will soon work with the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The EEG- and EMG-based biofeedback system costs about $600, not including the game console or video games.

Kids who play the race car video game "Gran Turismo" with the SmartBrain system can only reach maximum speed when they're focused. If attention wanes or players become impulsive or anxious, cars slow to a chug.

CyberLearning has sold more than 1,500 systems since early 2005. The company hopes to reach adolescents already being treated for behavior disorders. But co-founder Lindsay Greco said the budding niche is unpredictable.

"Our biggest struggle is to find the target market," said Greco, who has run treatment programs for children with attention difficulties since the 1980s. "We're finding that parents are using this to improve their own recall and focus. We have executives who use it to improve their memory, even their golf."

Article from: http://www.cnn.com/2007/TECH/fun.games/04/30/mind.reading.toys.ap/index.html

matrixcutter
15-01-2008, 08:11 PM
Scientists Gingerly Tap Into Brain's Power (http://www.bugsweeps.com/info/brain_power_tap.html)
by Kevin Maney - USA TODAY October 11, 2004

Today's science fiction could be tomorrow's reality - and a whole new world for everyone from paraplegics to fighter pilots

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Foxborough, Mass. - A 25-year-old quadriplegic sits in a wheelchair with wires coming out of a bottle-cap-size connector stuck in his skull.

The wires run from 100 tiny sensors implanted in his brain and out to a computer. Using just his thoughts, this former high school football player is playing the computer game Pong.

It is part of a breakthrough trial, the first of its kind, with far-reaching implications. Friday, early results were revealed at the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation annual conference. Cyberkinetics Neurotechnology Systems, the Foxborough-based company behind the technology, told attendees the man can use his thoughts to control a computer well enough to operate a TV, open e-mail and play Pong with 70% accuracy.

"The patient tells me this device has changed his life," says Jon Mukand, a physician caring for him at a rehabilitation facility in Warwick, R.I. The patient, who had the sensors implanted in June, has not been publicly identified.

The trial is approved by the FDA. Cyberkinetics has permission to do four more this year.

The significance of the technology, which Cyberkinetics call Braingate, goes far beyond the initial effort to help quadriplegics. It is an early step toward learning to read signals from an array of neurons and use computers and algorithms to translate the signals into action. That could lead to artificial limbs that work like the real thing: The user could think of moving a finger, and the finger would move.

"It's Luke Skywalker," says John Donoghue, the neuroscientist who led development of the technology at Brown University and in 2001 founded Cyberkinetics.

Connecting brains to computers: A way to help quadriplegics

Cyberkinetics, a company commercializing technology developed at Brown University, just reported the results of its first attempt to implant sensors into the brain of a quadriplegic. Signals from the sensor allow him to control a computer

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The brain in control

Further out, some experts believe, the technology could be built into a helmet or other device that could read neural signals from outside the skull, non-invasively. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is funding research in this field, broadly known as Brain Machine Interface, or BMI.

DARPA envisions a day when a fighter pilot, for instance, might operate some controls just by thinking.

DMI is a field about to explode. At Duke University a research team has employed different methods to read and interpret neural signals directly from the human brain. Other research is underway at universities around the world. Atlanta-based Neural Signals - a pioneer in BMI for the handicapped - has also been developing a system for tapping directly into the brain.

To be certain, the technology today is experimental and crude, perhaps at a stage similar to the first pacemaker in 1950, which was the size of a boombox and delivered jolts through wires implanted in the heart.

The Cyberkinetics trial "is great," says Jeff Hawkins, author of On Intelligence, a book about the brain out this month. But measuring enough neurons to do complex tasks like grasp a cup or speak words isn't close to feasible today. "Hooking your brain up to a machine in a way that the two could communicate rapidly and accurately is still science fiction," Hawkins says.

Layered on all of the BMI research are ethical and societal issues about messing with the brain to improve people. But those, too, are a long way from the research happening now.

Monkeys chasing dots

The Cyberkinetics technology grew out of experiments with monkeys at Brown.

Donoghue and his research team implanted sensors in the brains of monkeys, and got them to play a simple computer game - chasing dots around a screen with a cursor using a mouse - to get a food reward. As the monkeys played, computers read signals from the sensors and looked for patterns. From the patterns, the team developed mathematical models to determine which signals meant to move left, right, up, down and so on. After a while, the team disconnected the mouse and ran the cursor off the monkeys' thoughts. It worked: The monkeys could chase the dots by thinking of what they'd normally do with their hands.

A driving concept is to make the computer control natural, so a patient doesn't have to learn new skills.

The reason it works has to do with a discovery made by neuroscientists in the 1990's. The billions of neurons in each region of the brain work on physical tasks like an orchestra, and each neuron is one instrument.

With an orchestra, if you listen to only a few of the instruments, you could probably pick up what song is being played, but you wouldn't get all its richness and subtlety. Similarly, scientists found that if you can listen to any random group of neurons in a region, you can decipher generally what the region is trying to do - but you wouldn't get the richness and subtlety that might let a person do complex tasks.

The more neurons you can listen to, the more precisely you can pick out the song.

Cyberkinetics' big breakthrough is listening to up to 100 neurons at once and applying the computing power to make sense of that data almost instantly. The 100 sensors stick out from a chip the size of a contact lens. Through a hole in the skull, the chip is pressed into the cortex surface "like a thumbtack." Donoghue says.

Most of the sensors get near enough to a neuron to read its pattern of electrical pulses as they turn on and off, much like the 1s and 0s that are the basis for computing. Wires carry the signals out through a connector in the skull, and the computer does the rest.

Patient gaining accuracy

Cyberkinetics technicians work with the former football player three times a week, trying to fine-tune the system so he can do more tasks. He can move a cursor around a screen. If he leaves the cursor on a spot and dwells on it, that works like a mouse click.

Once he can control a computer, the possibilities get interesting. A computer could drive a motorized wheelchair, allowing him to go where he thinks about going. It could control his environment - lights, heat, locking or unlocking doors. And he could tap out e-mails, albeit slowly.

At this point, though, the equipment is unwieldy. The computer, two screens and other parts of the system are stacked on a tall cart. The processor and software can't do all the computations quite fast enough to move the cursor in real time - not instantly, the way your hand moves when you tell it to move. And because the sensors tap no more than 100 neurons, the cursor doesn't always move precisely. That's why a one-time athlete can play Pong at only 70% accuracy.

Though implanting a chip in the brain might seem alarming, devices are already regularly implanted in brains to help people who have sever epilepsy, Parkinson's disease or other neurological disorders. "We put drugs in our brains to improve them, even caffeine," says Arthur Caplan, head of the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania. "I don't think the brain is some sacrosanct organ you can't touch." Not everyone is a fan of Cyberkinetics' human trials. "I am very skeptical," says Miguel Nicolelis, co-director of the Duke center doing similar research. "They seem to want to simply push their views and make a buck without much consideration of what is appropriate and safe to suggest to different patients." At the moment, though, "The patient is very, very happy," says Mukand, who is also functioning as the FDA's investigator on the case.

Help with prosthetic limbs?

One way or another, neuroscience and technology are crashing together.

The Duke team has not implanted a permanent device in a human, but it has implanted sensors in monkeys who then move a robot arm by thought. Duke's results, published in July in the journal Neuroscience, show that the idea of using neurons to guide a prosthetic device can work.

To really be useful, the technology will have to get smaller, cheaper and wireless - perhaps a computer worn behind the ear. Down the road, it will have to tap many more neurons, and then the challenge will be building software to analyze more complicated patterns from so many more neurons.

"Brains are incredibly complex organs," author Hawkins says. "There are 100,000 neurons in a square millimeter of cortex. There are very precise codes in the neurons. The details matter."

A yet bigger challenge - the one DARPA faces - will be reading neural signals without drilling holes in people's skulls. Over the past decade, researchers have used the electroencephalogram (EEG) to pick up brain waves through electrodes attached to the head. After months of training, users can learn to play simple video games - such as making a wheel turn faster - with their thoughts. But EEG readings are too broad and weak to drive more specific tasks.

In June, researchers at Washington University, St. Louis, reported using a different external device - an electrocorticogarphic (ECoG) - to get more precise reading from outside the head. With a few hours of training, users could track targets on a screen.

But researchers at Duke, Brown and Cyberkinetics believe that the only way to get signals that can operate a robot arm, do e-mail or move a wheelchair is to touch the brain directly.

As with most technological developments, the devices will get smaller and better and the software will be made smarter, until some of what now seems bizarre becomes real. Society will be forced to debate the questions the technology raises.

"There are those who say this is slippery slope stuff - that this technology is opening the door to dangerous technologies that could enhance, improve and optimize someone," says bioethicist Caplan. "But I'm unwilling to hold hostage this kind of exciting medical research for those kinds of fears."

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Brain Power
Device for the Paralyzed Turns Thinking to Doing
by Robert Lee Hotz, Times Staff Writer December 7, 2004

NEW YORK - Harnessing the electrical echoes of thought, researchers have developed a way for people to control a computer cursor simply by thinking about it.

The device, which so far has been tested successfully on four people, does not require implants, surgery or any other invasive medical procedure, the researchers reported Monday. Previous efforts required electrodes wired directly into brain cellls.

Instead, scientists at the New York State Department of Health and the State University of New York designed a system to monitor the faint electricity that naturally radiates from every brain and then created special computer software to translate those reflections of thought into direct action.

The research, which was made public in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, appears to offer a means for people paralyzed by stroke, spinal cord injury or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease) to operate computers or prosthetic devices by imagining the movement.

http://www.bugsweeps.com/info/brain_power/brain_power.gif

"It is an impressive achievement," said John Donoghue, a senior neuroscientist at Brown University who was not involved in the research project. "Such a device has great potential to improve the lives of paralyzed individuals."

Scientists have long sought to bridge the gulf of damaged nerves between the brain cells that control movement or speech and the muscles those cells seek to animate.

By developing a link between mind and computer, they hope that patients who are unable to move or speak can resume their interaction with the world around them. Researchers estimate that there are more than half a million "locked-in" patients - people who, due to disease or injury, are unable to control their muscles enough to activate any communication device.

Experimental implants developed by independent research groups at Brown, SUNY and Duke University have enabled monkeys to control cursors and robotic limbs through the power of thought, and even operate devices at a distance.

Starting in 1999, several paralyzed patients in Atlanta underwent experimental surgery for brain implants that allowed them rudimentary control of a computer.

Donoghue, who is also chief scientific officer of Cyberkinetics Inc. in Foxborough, Mass., is conducting clinical trials of an implant the size of an M&M that could allow people to send e-mail, surf the Web and command other computer resources simply by thinking about them.

The new brain-computer interface, however, eliminates the necessity for surgery.

The researchers used a skein of 64 electrodes in a cap placed on the scalp to eavesdrop on the wasted energy of thought, tapping into the patterns of neural electricity that normally dissipate in the immediate vicinity of the skull.

"Using signals recorded from the scalp, people can learn to gain control of movement," said clinical neurologist Jonathan R. Wolpaw, who spent the last decade developing the experimental system with psychologist Dennis J. McFarland. "They can achieve impressively accurate and rapid control. It may not be necessary to stick something into the brain."

In order to capture the proper neural signals, the researchers needed only to position the electrodes around the general location of the brain's sensory motor cortex. The computer software was designed to adapt to the patient's increasing ability to move the cursor.

So far, three men and a woman have tested the system. Two of the volunteers had spinal cord injuries that confined them to wheelchairs. They appeared to master the technique more quickly than the others, Wolpaw said.

Even so, it is no panacea, Wolpaw cautioned.

The device required considerable practice, he said, and for the foreseeable future, the close supervision of an experienced scientist.

The volunteers needed more than five weeks of regular lessons to master the basics of the technique, then hours more in practice sessions to refine their new ability.

The team has wasted no time in refining the technique. Collaborating with a research group in Germany, they have enlisted additional patients who are being trained in its use.

"Everyone is rooting for the noninvasive stuff to be as useful as possible because that is what would be most helpful to most people," said John Chapin, director of the SUNY center for neurorobotics and neuroengineering. "The kind of patient who would benefit from invasive [implants] is a very, very sick patient."

In its current state, Chapin said, the new noninvasive technique enabled movement in just two dimensions - up and down and side to side - certainly adequate for a computer cursor but short of the full range of movement required by a robotic arm or prosthetic leg.

"The future," Chapin said, "is going to be some combination of the two."

lizzy
15-01-2008, 11:48 PM
In a blog post (http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2007/10/rfid_chips_in_s.html) about the report, security expert Bruce Schneier quipped, "So now it's easy to cut class; just ask someone to carry your shirt around the building while you're elsewhere."

...............

Yes, and when this story reaches the mainstream media or the 6 o clock news. And another fact could be said, that, if a child was abducted, once the microchipped clothing is removed. It's obvious the next step will be the implantable chip under the skin.

LOL.ES.
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Thanks MC again for all the posts.

BTW. WE DON'T want to lose you again for ANOTHER another.

lizzy

lizzy
17-03-2008, 07:24 AM
:)

montag
17-03-2008, 07:43 AM
:)
Hi Lizzy..:)

lizzy
17-03-2008, 07:51 AM
Hi Lizzy..:)

hi montag,

cool shades:)

ozgur
17-03-2008, 09:43 AM
dear friends. i would like to see videos too. but our goverment banned the youtube. i try treewalk,anti-ban, clear dns server numbers still can not get access. does anyone know the solution?

serpentoffire
13-04-2008, 09:51 PM
http://i257.photobucket.com/albums/hh233/mrminari/microchipdisco.jpg

surrealred
29-06-2008, 07:35 PM
If child is getting kidnapped and criminals know he has a chip, they will most likely cut it out.Chips aren't going to stop kidnapping.

tinmenace
10-08-2008, 12:04 AM
The precursor to the Verichip?

Duracell Child Safety Ad BrickHouse Child Locator - YouTube


http://www.brickhouse-childsafety.com/

analog matrix dweller
30-09-2008, 10:00 PM
they found a 'foreign body' in my foot when i was x-ray'd last week - it was about 7-10mm long ,obviously somthing id stood on sometime in the past ,but still , in the near future plenty of xrays are gonna be showing planty of 'foreign bodys'

its a grim outlook but i believe a massive portion of the population will allow it

'if it keeps me safe'
'if you have nothing to hide'

oh, they said they werent gonna remove the item as it didnt seem to be doing anything !!

rokr17
13-10-2008, 08:16 PM
Hi brothers and sisters,

After several weeks of reading and watching videos, I feel it's time for me to make a differrence.

A small way, I feel can contribute is by sharing this information with people, but at the same time, I'm wondering if in some twisted way I might add to the problem.

But then again, people are already starting to get chips implanted in them, so how much worse could I make it? :rolleyes:

Two Thursdays ago, I mat an old friend from high-school and her best friend for lunch. I told them about what I had been reading up on and about microchips that those in power will want to implant into people and they were really upset.

So upset that they spoke about it at a house-warming on the weekend and told me about it. I felt I was making a difference. When the time comes, they might have the courage to do something, because they would have been thinking about it for a while.

Tonight I spoke to a taxi driver about it on the way home.

I was proud that he didn't laugh off the idea, but actually said that he can believe they will attempt to control us through a cashless society that.


Should I continue doing this or will I add to the problem? What are some of your own experiences when sharing this info with others?

Peace!

unmovedmover
22-02-2009, 09:56 PM
Yo everyone, i made a short video on Microchips, its a compilation of clips/interviews/screenshots etc set to the music theme of 28 Days Later. Appropriate? I think so! lol

Check it out, its only about 4mins, its a good little vid for people that are only just beginning to look into the subject. Peace.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzSUO65MajI

tagus
27-02-2009, 06:19 PM
Hi everyone, i'm Portuguese and we are screwd...
The portuguese gorvement have a new law...chips to all the cars in the country...is this legal?
Every person are obligated to put a chip in the license plate...and nobody cares

decode reality
18-03-2009, 07:27 AM
Hi everyone, i'm Portuguese and we are screwd...
The portuguese gorvement have a new law...chips to all the cars in the country...is this legal?
Every person are obligated to put a chip in the license plate...and nobody cares


Hi Tagus....welcome to the forum. Yes it's much the same here in the UK. But there are people who do care, it's just that the numbers are smaller at the moment. Keep the faith.:)

miracles
18-03-2009, 12:04 PM
Hi everyone, i'm Portuguese and we are screwd...
The portuguese gorvement have a new law...chips to all the cars in the country...is this legal?
Every person are obligated to put a chip in the license plate...and nobody cares

Your screwed if they put one in your hand or your forehead.

earthwalkr
26-03-2009, 07:36 AM
Almost everyone, at this time, has embedded implants. Any time you have visited a doctor / dentist or been in a hospital, most likely you were implanted.
Most of these are tracking devices. I have spent time in the recent past, helping people to disable /remove them.
It takes a neo magnet to disable the simple ones.
I have one implanted in my right eye. When I place a neo over it for a few minutes (enough to disable most of them), it knocks the implant "offline" for a day or two. Can't seem to get rid of this one. :eek:
The RFID has many uses, including info on you and of course sat tracking. Very insidious.
I learned about implants during the time I lived in the Mt. Shasta area of California. I could write a book about that place! But I'll start here with pieces of info on it.
All here are or will be tagged. It's necessary for Them to control the population. It's necessary for Them to carry out Their scenarios.

tagus
06-05-2009, 08:46 PM
Hi Tagus....welcome to the forum. Yes it's much the same here in the UK. But there are people who do care, it's just that the numbers are smaller at the moment. Keep the faith.:)

thank you...

i forgot to introduce myself..

i knew all the work of david icke but not this forum... it is a relief to know that i'm not alone in this world with the same ideas :D

ustane
16-08-2009, 11:58 AM
www.thewatcherfiles.com/sherry/chips.html

The modern ones and some chips won't deactivate

ustane
16-08-2009, 12:09 PM
I had a friend who worked in the Ministry of Defence. Her phone or house was bugged. She's not in the MOD now. She has suffered from insomnia depression and acts strangely sometimes. She was booted out the MOD didn't say why and couldn't talk about what she did there when first employed. When she got the job the result of a medical said she was pregnant but it was an impossibility, she had been celibate for a year. But she has told me she went for an abortion, in order to be given the job, as they wanted it. So she had a non-existent foetus 'aborted'. So she obviously had a mega-implant

deca
17-08-2009, 04:21 PM
I believe they have implants but don`t need them. They can directly target you with out chips/implants. All you need to do is to look at modern passive radar systmes like CELLDAR and realise how EMF/ELF etc can effect the mind and body.


better look a Sec 7
http://www.fas.org/sgp/congress/2001/hr2977.html

SEC. 7. DEFINITIONS.

In this Act:

(1) The term `space' means all space extending upward from an altitude greater than 60 kilometers above the surface of the earth and any celestial body in such space.

(2)(A) The terms `weapon' and `weapons system' mean a device capable of any of the following:

(i) Damaging or destroying an object (whether in outer space, in the atmosphere, or on earth) by--

(I) firing one or more projectiles to collide with that object;

(II) detonating one or more explosive devices in close proximity to that object;

(III) directing a source of energy (including molecular or atomic energy, subatomic particle beams, electromagnetic radiation, plasma, or extremely low frequency (ELF) or ultra low frequency (ULF) energy radiation) against that object; or

(IV) any other unacknowledged or as yet undeveloped means.

(ii) Inflicting death or injury on, or damaging or destroying, a person (or the biological life, bodily health, mental health, or physical and economic well-being of a person)--

(I) through the use of any of the means described in clause (i) or subparagraph (B);

(II) through the use of land-based, sea-based, or space-based systems using radiation, electromagnetic, psychotronic, sonic, laser, or other energies directed at individual persons or targeted populations for the purpose of information war, mood management, or mind control of such persons or populations; or

(III) by expelling chemical or biological agents in the vicinity of a person.

(B) Such terms include exotic weapons systems such as--

(i) electronic, psychotronic, or information weapons;

(ii) chemtrails;

(iii) high altitude ultra low frequency weapons systems;

(iv) plasma, electromagnetic, sonic, or ultrasonic weapons;

(v) laser weapons systems;

(vi) strategic, theater, tactical, or extraterrestrial weapons; and

(vii) chemical, biological, environmental, climate, or tectonic weapons.

(C) The term `exotic weapons systems' includes weapons designed to damage space or natural ecosystems (such as the ionosphere and upper atmosphere) or climate, weather, and tectonic systems with the purpose of inducing damage or destruction upon a target population or region on earth or in space.

exhausted
19-08-2009, 11:16 AM
Oh well, this kind of remind me of the military if you step out of line you get screamed at or do a 100 push ups.

michael_mac
10-10-2009, 01:47 AM
http://news.softpedia.com/news/Researchers-Have-Managed-Remote-Control-on-Pigeons-039-Flight-48153.shtml

This is a few years old now but a pigeon was controlled in flight by remote and electrodes in the brain - close to micro-chipping!

anxu
04-11-2009, 06:28 AM
Note: I don’t agree with the uses I have said here:mad:. This is just speculation as to what is perhaps possible. I am not a scientist or Engineer:confused:. I do not know if this ‘technology’ actually exists or if it is actually being used by any governments.


Explanation of 1 Method to create Nano Devices

[See pattern of sand on a drum]
http://www.physics.odu.edu/hyde/Teaching/Fall04/Lectures/Chladni_Plates.html

If you individually push each grain of sand in to a pattern of a wave in a box it would take you a very long time, however using resonance of sound waves the sand can be pushed into a pattern very quickly by the resonance pattern.

A pattern can be a 1 Dimensional sound wave pattern of nodes and antinodes, such as a box with sand inside it and a speaker placed at one end of the box. However this same idea applies to 2Dimensions (such as the surface of a drum-see above link) or 3Dimensional Holographic resonance pattern.

A 1Dimensional pattern could be used to create a capacitor, where metal is pushed into a pattern such that metal forms layers (the crest of each wave).

A 2Dimensional pattern could be a circuit.

A 3D pattern could be a sculpture or circuit. Some areas within the 3D space might have low pressure or lack of material and other areas have increased density/pressure/material. A 3D resonance holograph of a tube could be used to create fibre optics where the low and high densities create the photonic pathways around the 3D space. Thus it is possible to holographically create actual objects in mere seconds, and those objects could work as photonic computers that are super fast compared to modern computers. OR material could be pushed around inside a 3D space into billions of nano devices!

Once manufactured very quickly using holographic rapid manufacturing then a plane could release trillions of trillions of these devices into the atmosphere or a doctor could inject them into people as one of the ingredients of vaccinations is nano aluminum!.

How could a nano device work

As above, photonic pathways can be created OR another method would be the shape of the device could create a surface/shape/internalPathways that only respond to specific signals or chain of signals.

An analogy: If you have a pipe that has holes and the nodes/antinodal positions can be changed by releasing holes or covering holes with your fingers.

Well if we reverse the ‘pipe’ analogy then you can imagine an EM signal traversing a nano device either internally or externally and if it resonates it can result in effects occurring such as electrical activity occurring at specific points on/in the device (no need for an actual antenna, the device itself is an antenna). Take this a step father and you can make more complex devices where subcomponents react to different signals and can output to the input of another stage so as to build a nano device with greater capabilities to react to a chain of different EM signals and perform different actions.

Another method is outside material can come in contact with part of the nano device and effect how the signal passes through/over it (equivalent to fingers being put over holes in a musical pipe). So the device could be created so that if it comes in connect with a chemical and if at the same time a specific radio signal chain is broadcast to the device then the device will react to this signal since the chemical finishes the required chain and the chemical adjusts the radio wave as it goes through/over the device.

Possibly one method that DNA genes work is by their structure having a holographic type of effect once interacting with various EM fields/waves and thus they can create chemicals or perform actions using a similar method explained above. Well, so to a nano device can do this but also possibly the nano device could be designed to produce disruption signals that effect DNA. A signal could possibly create resonance at one location along the DNA and make the DNA split/open up and possibly the nano device could insert material/genes, perhaps genes that have been stored internally within the device itself.

Inside the device could hold: Nano Thermite/Explosives, Genes, Virus, bacteria and poisons.
However don’t really need hold the above as our Genes can themselves be used against us!

Nano devices could even self replicate or construct other devices/material/crystals/etc. Just as the device can be manufactured using holographic rapid prototyping, so to a signal could excite the device to output a secondary signal that creates a holographic resonance that forces carbon or other substance into a pattern to form a crystal or nano tubes or other structures. This could mean that the devices could build fibres that extend out of a person giving them a problem somewhat like morgellons disease.

Another possibility is the genetic interactions could activate or turn off genes, some of which could result in ancient genetic features being reactivated. Within human DNA is genes that have came from bacteria and virus many millions of years ago. Ancient Virus DNA exists in our DNA but is dormant and does nothing, literally dead virus exist in all of us! However they could be reactivated creating a new pandemic. Maybe even insect genes could be turned on (we have insect genes in us!) and result in insects forming inside of us skipping the larval stage and going directly to the adult stage and hatching out of us! A person could start to experience growths growing all over their body that appear to be as though a plant is growing out of them and literally the person could turn into a plant! (You can google search ‘human treeman’).

Since chemicals can interact with the ‘photonic signal processing’ of the chip, just like a finger can interact with a musical instrument, there for it would be possible for the nano device to target specific cells or areas of the body. It could target the immune system or it could go to the brain and float around plasticizing the brain and turning a person into a retard over a period of a few years. Alternatively instead of retardisation, the device could attack specific nerves or areas of the brain making people more docile.

EMP would have zero effect on these devices because they can be completely photonic and not electronic and hence impervious to Electro-Magnetic Pulses. However specific signal chains/resonance might be able to turn them on/off or even break them apart. And wearing a fully body ‘tin hat’ might stop the command signals from interacting with the nano implants.

The device could receive a signal, the signal interacts if a specific chemical is in contact/inside and could produce a secondary output signal. This output signal could then be used to check if you are using drugs. So a police officer could point a device at you and it sends a signal to your nano devices which communicate back and tell the police officer that you are using Amphetamines. Other details that could be communicated are: Fear, Aggression, Sleepy, that you have recently done a lot of exercise, the last time you had sex:o, that you have been taking vitamin supplements, amount of sleep you have recently had, Lies, The amount of time you have so far been awake today, happy, sick, etc etc.

If the device designed to detect the concentration of vitamin D (body makes it when exposed to light) then would be possible for it to decide to incinerate the person! Literally the person would become allergic to light! (Just like mythical vampires!). This could be used to make slaves allergic to light and keep them locked inside caverns or inside the home as a sex slave. Possibly the devices could detect chemicals released when have sex and if the slave doesn’t get enough sex as well as stay out of light then the slave dies.

Device could detect the age of a person and kill them.:eek:

Device could output electrical signals when it detects that it is appropriately located in the brain. Such that the signals can make a person hear sounds consciously or subconsciously. It would be possibly for nano devices to hypnotically control a person and to subconsciously tell the person to hallucinate seeing, hearing and feeling anything. This could be used as a backup method for ‘project bluebeam’, so that not only do satellites project holographic images but also can send out command signals that interact with nano devices inside of people that tell them the hallucinate aliens/ufos or whatever it may be that the government may want the public to hallucinate. Maybe the gigantic holograms combined with the nano devices would make the ‘show’ far more real than real. All that is needed for people to start hallucinating is to receive a specific public broadcasted signal that activates the nano devices. This type of nano device could also plant memories/suggestions and dreams into a persons head! So many people around the world could be made to simultaneously have the same dream!

tazika
13-11-2009, 05:09 PM
Almost everyone, at this time, has embedded implants. Any time you have visited a doctor / dentist or been in a hospital, most likely you were implanted.
Most of these are tracking devices. I have spent time in the recent past, helping people to disable /remove them.
It takes a neo magnet to disable the simple ones.
I have one implanted in my right eye. When I place a neo over it for a few minutes (enough to disable most of them), it knocks the implant "offline" for a day or two. Can't seem to get rid of this one. :eek:
The RFID has many uses, including info on you and of course sat tracking. Very insidious.
I learned about implants during the time I lived in the Mt. Shasta area of California. I could write a book about that place! But I'll start here with pieces of info on it.
All here are or will be tagged. It's necessary for Them to control the population. It's necessary for Them to carry out Their scenarios.

Dear earthwalkr and other discutants,
I would like to share with you a problem that my good friend has. We are both 47 years old and we see the change in the world for years.
My friend loves life and never had any problems with deppression of any kind. I noticed that he is worried for last couple of years, and he kept telling me bits of his worry, and finally some days ago he asked me to look at Google if I can find sideffects of vaccination against hepatitis B. He took that vaccination twice, but refused to take the third, and since then he has problems with health, what might be because that 3 injections do play with human immune sistem. But bigger problem is - well, he finally asked me not to call him paranoid, but last years he gets suicide attacks. In the beginnig it was happening every day: one of a sudden, in the middle of the day, he would get an order to make a suicide, and he had to fight against it. As quick it started, it was switched off, like someone pressed on/off button. It usually lasts about 20 minutes. He realized that it started when he got second injection for hepatitis B.
Now he found another man with same simptoms, only the other man (I don't know him) has to fizically fight - his right arm starts to kill him, and he has to fight with his left arm to prevent it. And it also lasts about 20 min. and it goes ON and OFF, like someone kliks a button.
I don't think they are paranoid. I don't know how to help him/them. Can someone here give them advice? Earthwalkr, what do you say on this?
I forgat to say that this all happenes in Croatia, ex-Yugoslavia, not-yet EU.
excuses for my english, this is about the best I can.

Thank you in advance for every comment!

anxu
18-11-2009, 05:49 AM
one of a sudden, in the middle of the day, he would get an order to make a suicide, and he had to fight against it. As quick it started, it was switched off, like someone pressed on/off button. It usually lasts about 20 minutes. He realized that it started when he got second injection for hepatitis B.

Has he tried listening to random noise to drown out the orders to his subconscious from the 'implant'?

Perhaps also use orgonite pannels insulation/shielding to block the signal? ( http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...metal&page=213 )

Some people have said to try powerful nyodium magnets over the location of implants.

Maybe someone grabbed him and hypnotized him and told him to regularly have these episodes or to react under certain situations. Maybe someone could hypnotize him and ask him if he has he been grabbed and previously hypnotized and maybe UNDO the previous subconscious commands issued. Perhaps some evil people hypnotized him and told him to forget being hypnotized.

If shielding works, then could try other shielding. If aluminum foil works, maybe could try a colloidal silver ink based full body tattoo. If this worked then at least you could easily walk around without carrying a orgonite panel toilet around everywhere you go :p

IF the implant uses gravitational waves or quantum communications or ultralow freuqency HUM or some other advanced method, then it would be unlikely the metal shielding would do anything.

Note: I am not a medical doctor or psychologist or scientist.

tazika
18-11-2009, 02:52 PM
I know you are not a medical doctor or psychologist or scientist - I don't expect the answer from them (only if the scientist is out of/against main stream).
Thank you for advice, we are going to try all suggested. I'll inform you about results.

drhemp
18-11-2009, 04:51 PM
www.wethepeoplewillnotbechipped.com

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=60592457064

tazika
19-11-2009, 02:45 PM
WOW :eek::eek::eek:

THANKS!!!

sodi
22-01-2010, 05:58 AM
I am doing a presentation on the RFID for school. Does anyone know where I could get some cool pics

I googled and keep getting these dumb pics lol

Also, would it be ok if I tell them its called Verichip. It be easier since I dont have to tell them what RFID means lol

erthiz
22-01-2010, 11:10 AM
I am doing a presentation on the RFID for school. Does anyone know where I could get some cool pics

I googled and keep getting these dumb pics lol

Also, would it be ok if I tell them its called Verichip. It be easier since I dont have to tell them what RFID means lol

Fair play for doing a presentation on it :) surprised theyd let you do that in school.

Have you been to their website? they probably have pictures on there.

http://www.verichipcorp.com/

sodi
24-01-2010, 12:08 AM
Its a sales speech promoting a service or product. I liked the idea of presenting the RFID since people don't think its real and well its different. Plus, it would make for a great PowerPoint with nice images :)

edward123
04-02-2010, 10:42 PM
This is an excellent video.

phase 3 computerized humanity

Phase 3 pt.11 (Computerized Humanity) - YouTube

erthiz
04-02-2010, 11:09 PM
Its a sales speech promoting a service or product. I liked the idea of presenting the RFID since people don't think its real and well its different. Plus, it would make for a great PowerPoint with nice images :)

And get people thinking at the same time :) nice one.

watanabe
18-03-2010, 06:19 PM
I've just come across this strange tale which has a section on implanted chips.
http://whale.to/b/reed_b2.html

Here Ettissh explains how the reptilians plan for us is to have us all implanted with a minute device. We will agree to this implant because it will seem better than not having one. In order for us to agree they are currently replacing cash with a card, this card will be made to seem insecure and subject to theft, we will then believe that a small device under our skin a financially better option. The whole world is to be implanted so native cultures that do not bank are being or will be destroyed. The most likely way that the reptilians believe they will implant this device is via an identity card and this will then be made to seem inconvenient, it will get lost and replacement will be difficult. We will agree to an identity implant as a solution to the problem of lost identity cards. This device will enable the reptilians to kill us and they plan to do this when everyone in the globe is implanted. Ettissh says we will all be killed by electrocution via the implant. I believe this is possible having received the weapons I describe.

Q - Why are you here?

E - To take over the planet, girl. We are in control right now - you are all going to be killed one day and then our hybrids will take over and this is our planet not Yours.

Q - What do you want?

E -We want your planet, no two ways about it, that's all we want.

Q - why don't you co-exist with us?

E - no we can't co-exist because you'll kill us, no we've got to get rid of you - there's so many of us that we need the whole lot and more besides.

Q - How are you going to kill us all?

E - You are all going to die but prior to that we'll have you all under wraps.

Q - How?

E - with an implant

Q - Is it a microchip?

E - Maybe, maybe not.

Q - what about that lens of the eye identity thing?

E - We want to do that - so we can identify you all - no fake passports, we'll know who you are.

Q - How are you going to kill us?

E - We'll have you all implanted and then we'll set this timer ticking and you'll all go off pot - the implant will wipe you all out

Q -Are you using this implant already?

E - yes we've got a few people tagged up.

Q - Who?

E - prisoners, — yes we've tried it on animals......we'll rig it so it kills you - it will electrify you -we're not sure yet exactly how we are going to do it - no we can't use virus's it isn't effective - some sort of electrocution — Right now we haven't got the technology- we are working on it.

Q - How will people agree to this implant?

E - they'll want it, because they'll think it's a good thing

Q-Why?

E - because we are rigging it right now -money girl - it isn't secure - theft, fraud, money laundering, wallets getting stolen, credit card fraud, lost pins. A microchip will seem a better option - you'll be totally secure, no theft what so ever — that's are second option isn't it, our number one is the identity card , plan A and- the identity card will replace everything - your passport, NHS number, driving licence and that's another way we can put the implant in, social security number, because they'll get lost and it will makes things awkward for you -no holiday abroad for the next year because there'll be delays in replacing it - if that's lost everything's gone hasn't it - they'll have no way of doing nothing until it's replaced and we'll probably say we'll replace it at a drop of a hat but then things will change and it isn't going to be replaced so easy - extremely convenient after the deed. We may try both and see what works out.

musten
19-03-2010, 12:52 AM
Scientists Successfully Embed Silicon Chips Inside Human Cells (http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2010-03/scientists-embed-silicon-chips-inside-human-cells)

Scientists have already created mini-cyborgs out of living cells and semiconductor materials, but now biological cells can also contain tiny silicon chips. Those silicon chips could become future intracellular sensors that monitor microscopic activities, deliver drugs to target cells or even repair cell structures, according to Nanowerk.

mooncrawler
09-06-2010, 08:35 PM
And then why do so many babies have birthmarks in their necks?

Probably because that area is close to the brains and will be covered (hidden) by hair later.

lemonique
13-06-2010, 02:01 AM
Came across this article from www.Boston.com

The Letters at the bottom are very interesting...


http://www.boston.com/community/moms/blogs/in_the_parenthood/2010/06/would_you_implant_a_microchip_in_your_child.html

treehouse9
13-06-2010, 05:28 PM
Hi I'm really new here, but I have read all David's books...

I have a question that has been playing in my mind for some time about micro chips... since our physiology is all based on electronic messages to move our muscles and work our organs... I believe that it may be possible to "move" a person against their will with the right technology using the micro chips ... I know that I may sound nuts but if anyone knows more about this possibility than I do, pleas let me know.
Thanks.

deca
13-06-2010, 05:34 PM
A remote control that controls humans (English audio)
A remote control that controls humans (English audio) - YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf0E9llkZIU


SHORT STORY: REMOTE CONTROL CAN USE ELECTRICAL IMPULSES TO CONTROL HUMAN
MOVEMENT

LONG STORY:
"Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp, a leading provider of telecommunications services in Japan, has developed a prototype of a device that controls the direction of human bipedal movement. A human subject wears a helmet which conducts a low voltage electrical current (eg, painless) into the balance guiding region inside the ear; which causes the head to tilt to the side of the head where electricity is applied. "NTT researchers say they were able to make a person walk along a route in the shape of a giant pretzel using this technique.""
source: http://www.philoneist.com/50226711/re...

remote controlled human (mindcontrol) (english+dutch subs)
remote controlled human (mindcontrol) (english+dutch subs) - YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRTVgnPd1lM&feature=related

magenta_moonshadow
14-06-2010, 06:53 AM
I've just come across this strange tale which has a section on implanted chips.
http://whale.to/b/reed_b2.html

For a 'reptilian master race', they have a rather strange grasp of the English language. It reads like it was written by a ten year old who's watched too many gangster films!:)

drugczar
17-06-2010, 10:14 PM
ok i overstand that by paying nothing i dont get the privlidges of the others but god damn you must be with the beats if you insist on making people pay to get the info they need your a fuckin capitalistic reptilian snake :mad:

kimball13
17-06-2010, 11:01 PM
havent watched the vids, anything like this in any of them.
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/picture.php?albumid=48&pictureid=7346


and yes ive been doing the rounds to find out, trust that, and considering that they always want me to give technicle info and numbers as well as dates times and whatnot,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and i just sit htere and say i didnt put it there nor did i agree and if i did it was as a child and even then they never mentioned it.

closest ive found is DARPA.

kimball13
17-06-2010, 11:22 PM
Pentagon to implant microchips in soldiers' brains (http://pressesc.com/news/80530072007/pentagon-implant-microchips-soldiers-brains)

The Department of Defense is planning to implant microchips in soldiers' brains for monitoring their health information, and has already awarded a $1.6 million contract to the Center for Bioelectronics, Biosensors and Biochips (C3B) (http://www.clemson.edu/c3b/projects.html) at Clemson University for the development of an implantable "biochip".

Soldiers fear that the biochip, about the size of a grain of rice, which measures and relays information on soldiers vital signs 24 hours a day, can be used to put them under surveillance even when they are off duty.

But Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, C3B director and Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Bioengineering claims the that the invivo biosensors will save lives as first responders to the trauma scene could inject the biochip into the wounded victim and gather data almost immediately.

He believes that the device has other long-term potential applications, such as monitoring astronauts’ vital signs during long-duration space flights and reading blood-sugar levels for diabetics.

“We now lose a large percentage of patients to bleeding, and getting vital information such as how much oxygen is in the tissue back to ER physicians and medical personnel can often mean the difference between life and death,” said Guiseppi-Elie. “Our goal is to improve the quality and expediency of care for fallen soldiers and civilian trauma victims.” The biochip also may be injected as a precaution to future traumas."

Clemson scientists have formulated a gel that mimics human tissue and reduces the chances of the body rejecting the biochip, which has been a problem in the past.

The researcher predicts the biochip is five years away from human trials, and the DoD could start implanting microchips in soldiers bodies soon after.


and by the way mine was probley put in mid 70's, kinda looks like the one on the site link.

ltpg97
31-07-2010, 07:36 PM
Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors (http://www.newsday.com/news/nationworld/wire/sns-ap-chipping-america-ii,0,3695787.story?page=1)
By TODD LEWAN | AP National Writer - September 9, 2007

When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved implanting microchips in humans, the manufacturer said it would save lives, letting doctors scan the tiny transponders to access patients' medical records almost instantly. The FDA found "reasonable assurance" the device was safe, and a sub-agency even called it one of 2005's top "innovative technologies."

But neither the company nor the regulators publicly mentioned this: A series of veterinary and toxicology studies, dating to the mid-1990s, stated that chip implants had "induced" malignant tumors in some lab mice and rats.

"The transponders were the cause of the tumors," said Keith Johnson, a retired toxicologic pathologist, explaining in a phone interview the findings of a 1996 study he led at the Dow Chemical Co. in Midland, Mich.

Leading cancer specialists reviewed the research for The Associated Press and, while cautioning that animal test results do not necessarily apply to humans, said the findings troubled them. Some said they would not allow family members to receive implants, and all urged further research before the glass-encased transponders are widely implanted in people.

To date, about 2,000 of the so-called radio frequency identification, or RFID, devices have been implanted in humans worldwide, according to VeriChip Corp. The company, which sees a target market of 45 million Americans for its medical monitoring chips, insists the devices are safe, as does its parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, of Delray Beach, Fla.

"We stand by our implantable products which have been approved by the FDA and/or other U.S. regulatory authorities," Scott Silverman, VeriChip Corp. chairman and chief executive officer, said in a written response to AP questions.

The company was "not aware of any studies that have resulted in malignant tumors in laboratory rats, mice and certainly not dogs or cats," but he added that millions of domestic pets have been implanted with microchips, without reports of significant problems.

"In fact, for more than 15 years we have used our encapsulated glass transponders with FDA approved anti-migration caps and received no complaints regarding malignant tumors caused by our product."

The FDA also stands by its approval of the technology.

Did the agency know of the tumor findings before approving the chip implants? The FDA declined repeated AP requests to specify what studies it reviewed.

The FDA is overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services, which, at the time of VeriChip's approval, was headed by Tommy Thompson. Two weeks after the device's approval took effect on Jan. 10, 2005, Thompson left his Cabinet post, and within five months was a board member of VeriChip Corp. and Applied Digital Solutions. He was compensated in cash and stock options.

Thompson, until recently a candidate for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, says he had no personal relationship with the company as the VeriChip was being evaluated, nor did he play any role in FDA's approval process of the RFID tag.

"I didn't even know VeriChip before I stepped down from the Department of Health and Human Services," he said in a telephone interview.

Also making no mention of the findings on animal tumors was a June report by the ethics committee of the American Medical Association, which touted the benefits of implantable RFID devices.

Had committee members reviewed the literature on cancer in chipped animals?

No, said Dr. Steven Stack, an AMA board member with knowledge of the committee's review.

Was the AMA aware of the studies?

No, he said.

Published in veterinary and toxicology journals between 1996 and 2006, the studies found that lab mice and rats injected with microchips sometimes developed subcutaneous "sarcomas" -- malignant tumors, most of them encasing the implants.

* A 1998 study in Ridgefield, Conn., of 177 mice reported cancer incidence to be slightly higher than 10 percent -- a result the researchers described as "surprising."

* A 2006 study in France detected tumors in 4.1 percent of 1,260 microchipped mice. This was one of six studies in which the scientists did not set out to find microchip-induced cancer but noticed the growths incidentally. They were testing compounds on behalf of chemical and pharmaceutical companies; but they ruled out the compounds as the tumors' cause. Because researchers only noted the most obvious tumors, the French study said, "These incidences may therefore slightly underestimate the true occurrence" of cancer.

* In 1997, a study in Germany found cancers in 1 percent of 4,279 chipped mice. The tumors "are clearly due to the implanted microchips," the authors wrote.

Caveats accompanied the findings. "Blind leaps from the detection of tumors to the prediction of human health risk should be avoided," one study cautioned. Also, because none of the studies had a control group of animals that did not get chips, the normal rate of tumors cannot be determined and compared to the rate with chips implanted.

Still, after reviewing the research, specialists at some pre-eminent cancer institutions said the findings raised red flags.

"There's no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips implanted in my skin, or in one of my family members," said Dr. Robert Benezra, head of the Cancer Biology Genetics Program at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Before microchips are implanted on a large scale in humans, he said, testing should be done on larger animals, such as dogs or monkeys. "I mean, these are bad diseases. They are life-threatening. And given the preliminary animal data, it looks to me that there's definitely cause for concern."

Dr. George Demetri, director of the Center for Sarcoma and Bone Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, agreed. Even though the tumor incidences were "reasonably small," in his view, the research underscored "certainly real risks" in RFID implants.

In humans, sarcomas, which strike connective tissues, can range from the highly curable to "tumors that are incredibly aggressive and can kill people in three to six months," he said.

At the Jackson Laboratory in Maine, a leader in mouse genetics research and the initiation of cancer, Dr. Oded Foreman, a forensic pathologist, also reviewed the studies at the AP's request.

At first he was skeptical, suggesting that chemicals administered in some of the studies could have caused the cancers and skewed the results. But he took a different view after seeing that control mice, which received no chemicals, also developed the cancers. "That might be a little hint that something real is happening here," he said. He, too, recommended further study, using mice, dogs or non-human primates.

Dr. Cheryl London, a veterinarian oncologist at Ohio State University, noted: "It's much easier to cause cancer in mice than it is in people. So it may be that what you're seeing in mice represents an exaggerated phenomenon of what may occur in people."

Tens of thousands of dogs have been chipped, she said, and veterinary pathologists haven't reported outbreaks of related sarcomas in the area of the neck, where canine implants are often done. (Published reports detailing malignant tumors in two chipped dogs turned up in AP's four-month examination of research on chips and health. In one dog, the researchers said cancer appeared linked to the presence of the embedded chip; in the other, the cancer's cause was uncertain.)

Nonetheless, London saw a need for a 20-year study of chipped canines "to see if you have a biological effect." Dr. Chand Khanna, a veterinary oncologist at the National Cancer Institute, also backed such a study, saying current evidence "does suggest some reason to be concerned about tumor formations."

Meanwhile, the animal study findings should be disclosed to anyone considering a chip implant, the cancer specialists agreed.

To date, however, that hasn't happened.

The product that VeriChip Corp. won approval for use in humans is an electronic capsule the size of two grains of rice. Generally, it is implanted with a syringe into an anesthetized portion of the upper arm.

When prompted by an electromagnetic scanner, the chip transmits a unique code. With the code, hospital staff can go on the Internet and access a patient's medical profile that is maintained in a database by VeriChip Corp. for an annual fee.

VeriChip Corp., whose parent company has been marketing radio tags for animals for more than a decade, sees an initial market of diabetics and people with heart conditions or Alzheimer's disease, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

The company is spending millions to assemble a national network of hospitals equipped to scan chipped patients.

But in its SEC filings, product labels and press releases, VeriChip Corp. has not mentioned the existence of research linking embedded transponders to tumors in test animals.

When the FDA approved the device, it noted some Verichip risks: The capsules could migrate around the body, making them difficult to extract; they might interfere with defibrillators, or be incompatible with MRI scans, causing burns. While also warning that the chips could cause "adverse tissue reaction," FDA made no reference to malignant growths in animal studies.

Did the agency review literature on microchip implants and animal cancer?

Dr. Katherine Albrecht, a privacy advocate and RFID expert, asked shortly after VeriChip's approval what evidence the agency had reviewed. When FDA declined to provide information, she filed a Freedom of Information Act request. More than a year later, she received a letter stating there were no documents matching her request.

"The public relies on the FDA to evaluate all the data and make sure the devices it approves are safe," she says, "but if they're not doing that, who's covering our backs?"

Late last year, Albrecht unearthed at the Harvard medical library three studies noting cancerous tumors in some chipped mice and rats, plus a reference in another study to a chipped dog with a tumor. She forwarded them to the AP, which subsequently found three additional mice studies with similar findings, plus another report of a chipped dog with a tumor.

Asked if it had taken these studies into account, the FDA said VeriChip documents were being kept confidential to protect trade secrets. After AP filed a FOIA request, the FDA made available for a phone interview Anthony Watson, who was in charge of the VeriChip approval process.

"At the time we reviewed this, I don't remember seeing anything like that," he said of animal studies linking microchips to cancer. A literature search "didn't turn up anything that would be of concern."

In general, Watson said, companies are expected to provide safety-and-effectiveness data during the approval process, "even if it's adverse information."

Watson added: "The few articles from the literature that did discuss adverse tissue reactions similar to those in the articles you provided, describe the responses as foreign body reactions that are typical of other implantable devices. The balance of the data provided in the submission supported approval of the device."

Another implantable device could be a pacemaker, and indeed, tumors have in some cases attached to foreign bodies inside humans. But Dr. Neil Lipman, director of the Research Animal Resource Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering, said it's not the same. The microchip isn't like a pacemaker that's vital to keeping someone alive, he added, "so at this stage, the payoff doesn't justify the risks."

Silverman, VeriChip Corp.'s chief executive, disagreed. "Each month pet microchips reunite over 8,000 dogs and cats with their owners," he said. "We believe the VeriMed Patient Identification System will provide similar positive benefits for at-risk patients who are unable to communicate for themselves in an emergency."

And what of former HHS secretary Thompson?

When asked what role, if any, he played in VeriChip's approval, Thompson replied: "I had nothing to do with it. And if you look back at my record, you will find that there has never been any improprieties whatsoever."

FDA's Watson said: "I have no recollection of him being involved in it at all." VeriChip Corp. declined comment.

Thompson vigorously campaigned for electronic medical records and healthcare technology both as governor of Wisconsin and at HHS. While in President Bush's Cabinet, he formed a "medical innovation" task force that worked to partner FDA with companies developing medical information technologies.

At a "Medical Innovation Summit" on Oct. 20, 2004, Lester Crawford, the FDA's acting commissioner, thanked the secretary for getting the agency "deeply involved in the use of new information technology to help prevent medication error." One notable example he cited: "the implantable chips and scanners of the VeriChip system our agency approved last week."

After leaving the Cabinet and joining the company board, Thompson received options on 166,667 shares of VeriChip Corp. stock, and options on an additional 100,000 shares of stock from its parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, according to SEC records. He also received $40,000 in cash in 2005 and again in 2006, the filings show.

The Project on Government Oversight called Thompson's actions "unacceptable" even though they did not violate what the independent watchdog group calls weak conflict-of-interest laws.

"A decade ago, people would be embarrassed to cash in on their government connections. But now it's like the Wild West," said the group's executive director, Danielle Brian.

Thompson is a partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, a Washington law firm that was paid $1.2 million for legal services it provided the chip maker in 2005 and 2006, according to SEC filings.

He stepped down as a VeriChip Corp. director in March to seek the GOP presidential nomination, and records show that the company gave his campaign $7,400 before he bowed out of the race in August.

In a TV interview while still on the board, Thompson was explaining the benefits -- and the ease -- of being chipped when an interviewer interrupted:

"I'm sorry, sir. Did you just say you would get one implanted in your arm?"

"Absolutely," Thompson replied. "Without a doubt."

"No concerns at all?"

"No."

But to date, Thompson has yet to be chipped himself.


On the Web:

http://www.verichipcorp.com

http://www.antichips.com

http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/

Hi Matrixcutter,

That article is the exact reason why I felt uncomfortable putting in a microchip in my cat. I told the vet not to implant the chip but they did it anyways. It was an option but they made a mistake. Now I'm screwed. When I asked to have it removed they hesitated to say "yes" because surgical removal could cause muscle injury to my cat. I don't want to harm my cat.

Now what happens if my cat gets a tumor or cancer because of the chip? I just caused injury to my cat regardless. I cherish all life. I don't want my cat to ever be sick or injured.

I see millions of pet owners not understanding why you wouldn't want to have your pet implanted when you can use to find your lost cast. They obviously don't take the tumor case above seriously. They brush it aside. They don't think about the possible consequences.

This is about personal choice of freedom for you and and your pet. Why implant a chip if it's hard to remove and could cause injury?

one666
28-10-2010, 08:20 PM
The implantable Microchip (9mins 20s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uVw5XSWbjA&mode=related&search=)

IBM, Verichip, and the Fouth Reich (8mins 29s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2udoNmQkR4)

Operation Lie and Deceive Verichip Style (8mins 1s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKHtyuzuKUA)

Mind Control Microchip Verichip Welcome to the Machines (6mins 40s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKx1gLCQef8&mode=related&search=)

The Biochip (9mins 14s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e43CPkw-2uY&NR=1)


BBC Money Programme: The Real Big Brother

BBC Microchip pt.1 (9mins 58s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHhyiq3jJDY)

BBC Microchip pt.2 (9mins 58s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dx1HKcTD7A...related&search=)

BBC Microchip pt.3 (9mins 4s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpBslQR2Ll0)

(Youtube videos can be downloaded as FLV files - save with .flv at the end of the file name - from http://keepvid.com/)


Freedom to Fascism the Microchip (9mins 38s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClxR-8VLxD8&mode=related&search=)

MicroChip ID - National Geografic Channel ® Pt.1 (5mins 25s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88L6WUkZvGE&mode=related&search=)

MIcroChip ID - National Geografic Channel ® Pt.2 (2mins 37s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbWOso6pfyY&mode=related&search=)

MIcrochipping the Troops!! ® (2mins 28s) (http://youtube.com/watch?v=qYUlCKFHeAQ)


Predictive (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.org/audio/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PredictiveProgramming_Nov232006.mp 3) programming (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/audio/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PredictiveProgramming_Nov242006.mp 3) (transcript 1 (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PredictiveProgramming_PART1_Nov232 006.html) and 2 (http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_Blurb_PredictiveProgramming_PART2_Nov242 006.html)) and propaganda from PBS:

PBS documentary: 22nd Century - World Wide Mind (56mins) (http://www.pbs.org/22ndcentury/)

Also available on youtube:
1 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_VVsKUFXc4&mode=related&search=)
2 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-j4fiGufn64&mode=related&search=)
3 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPcAtnLIgKg&mode=related&search=)
4 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hgReo9wHX8&mode=related&search=)
5 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEoUhS45wbU&mode=related&search=)
6 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Re-CVTJ01BY&mode=related&search=)


Aaron Russo discusses the long-term global agenda (revealed to him by Nick Rockefeller) including plans to microchip the population (1hr 9mins) (http://video.google.co.uk/url?docid=3218585954111617501&esrc=sr2&ev=v&q=aaron%2Brusso&srcurl=http%3A%2F%2Fvideo.google.co.uk%2Fvideoplay %3Fdocid%3D3218585954111617501&vidurl=%2Fvideoplay%3Fdocid%3D3218585954111617501% 26q%3Daaron%2Brusso%26total%3D361%26start%3D0%26nu m%3D10%26so%3D0%26type%3Dsearch%26plindex%3D1&usg=AL29H21ZB2rl2gUVEpAM67hleI1ZJxuJTw)

Shorter 15-minute version (http://video.google.co.uk/url?docid=1263677258215075609&esrc=sr4&ev=v&q=aaron%2Brusso&srcurl=http%3A%2F%2Fvideo.google.co.uk%2Fvideoplay %3Fdocid%3D1263677258215075609&vidurl=%2Fvideoplay%3Fdocid%3D1263677258215075609% 26q%3Daaron%2Brusso%26total%3D414%26start%3D0%26nu m%3D10%26so%3D0%26type%3Dsearch%26plindex%3D3&usg=AL29H202qZ0qMjhCn8Q43ywBYfY7OXALjw)
Aaron Russo has sadly passed away. Rest in Peace.


MKULTRA Military Intelligence (#13) (9mins 32s) (http://youtube.com/watch?v=b2ecI3ErhY8)


(Implanted brain chips discussed at the end.)

MKULTRA Scientists (#14) (7mins 50s) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUd1EeoRrY4)




More at Verichip's Website (http://www.verichipcorp.com/content/media/audio_video), including CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight (3mins 13s) (http://www.verichipcorp.com/images/CNN_LouDobbs_021406.wmv)


Phew, that felt like work.

Got any more?

http://www.petitiononline.com/verichip/petition.html Please sign this petition if you don't want chipped, Thanks.

alexanderlight
05-11-2010, 12:11 PM
The Revelations of John speak about the Microchip. I am sure this is the correct interpretation of the passages regarding "the mark":

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=142683

emerald
06-11-2010, 06:03 PM
The Revelations of John speak about the Microchip. I am sure this is the correct interpretation of the passages regarding "the mark":

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=142683

No, its not the correct interpretation. We've been lied for centuries to believe that.

moezy
28-04-2011, 11:54 PM
Hi Matrixcutter,

That article is the exact reason why I felt uncomfortable putting in a microchip in my cat. I told the vet not to implant the chip but they did it anyways. It was an option but they made a mistake. Now I'm screwed. When I asked to have it removed they hesitated to say "yes" because surgical removal could cause muscle injury to my cat. I don't want to harm my cat.

Now what happens if my cat gets a tumor or cancer because of the chip? I just caused injury to my cat regardless. I cherish all life. I don't want my cat to ever be sick or injured.

I see millions of pet owners not understanding why you wouldn't want to have your pet implanted when you can use to find your lost cast. They obviously don't take the tumor case above seriously. They brush it aside. They don't think about the possible consequences.

This is about personal choice of freedom for you and and your pet. Why implant a chip if it's hard to remove and could cause injury?


I had this same question, thank you! I am going to do some research but I am interested in any input from here for sure. Thanks. We adopted our dog and the humane society chips all of the critters who come through there. Ever since hearing of these problems, I have been concerned.

stormrider73
26-08-2011, 07:14 AM
Hospital patients now being microchipped with “electronic tattoos”

Christina Luisa
NaturalNews
August 25, 2011

Being microchipped is now being spun as a method of protecting the health of hospital patients. To help mask the practice of this bodily invasion with a trendy, high-tech appearance, microchipping sensors are being referred to as “electronic tattoos” that can attach to human skin and stretch and move without breaking.

Supposedly the comparisons of this hair-thin electronic patch-like chip to an electronic tattoo are being made because of how it adheres to the skin like a temporary tattoo using only water.

The small chip is less than 50 micrometers thick, which is thinner in diameter than a human hair. It is being marketed as a “safe” and easy way to temporarily monitor the heart and brain in patients while replacing bulky medical equipment currently being used in hospitals.

This device uses micro-electronics technology called an epidermal electronic system (EES) and is said to be a development that will “transform” medical sensing technology, computer gaming and even spy operations, according to a study published last week.

The hair-thin chip was developed by an international team of researchers from the United States, China and Singapore and is described in the Journal of Science.

The proven link between animal microchipping and cancer

Pet microchips have become increasingly common over the past few years. These chips are marked with a small barcode that can be scanned just like the tags on grocery items.

This seems to suggest that microchips are meant to turn the wearer into an object that can be tracked and catalogued. Once inserted in an animal, the chip stays there for the entirety of its lifetime and can be used to identify the pet if it should be found on the street or turned into a shelter. The subdermal chips are often recommended by vets and animal care experts as a way to ensure lost pets find their way home again.

But research suggests that despite their proclaimed usefulness, pet microchips may cause cancer. Multiple studies have clearly linked pet microchips with increased incidence of cancer and tumors in mice and rats.

In the past, public disclosure of these suggested links between microchipping and cancer in animals stirred widespread concern over the safety of implantable microchips in living beings. The animal microchip study findings that created such an uproar were so persuasive that Dr. Robert Benezra, head of the Cancer Biology Genetics Program at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, was quoted in an article about microchipping as saying, “There’s no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips implanted in my skin, or in one of my family members.”

A 2001 study found that 1% of rats with implanted microchips developed cancerous tumors near the chip location. At least a dozen animal studies have been done between 1990 and 2007 and most concluded that microchips significantly increased the risk of cancer at the microchip site.

Soon we’ll all have “cool electronic tattoos!”

All the electronic parts of the new EES chip are built out of wavy, snake-like components which allow them to be stretched and squeezed. They also contain tiny solar cells which can generate power or get energy from electromagnetic radiation. The sensor is mounted on to a water-soluble sheet of plastic and attached to the body by brushing the surface with water – hence the comparison to a temporary tattoo.

This new device being implanted in hospital patients certainly looks and acts like a microchip – yet it is persistently being referred to as an “electronic tattoo” in order to make the concept appear harmless, friendly – even trendy!

Invasive microchips – is the cost worth the convenience?

Scientists claim the supposed advantage of the EES chips is their ability to cut back on the bevy of wires, gel-coated sticky pads and monitors that are currently relied on to keep track of the vital signs of hospital patients. Apparently these traditional forms of bulky equipment and monitors are overly “distressing” to patients.

It appears scientists believe these new microchips are convenient enough that they outweigh the potential risks.

In test trials, the microchip was purposefully attached to the throat of a human and used to detect differences in words such as up, down, left, right, go and stop. Researchers used these functions to control a simple computer game.

Is the convenience of not having to manually operate equipment great enough to justify the implantation of an electronic sensor beneath the skin of humans? Would you trust a microchip to monitor your bodily functions without causing health hazards in the process?

The future of America: microchipped zombies

Researchers believe the technology could be used to replace traditional wires and cables, but this sounds remarkably like an excuse used to cover up the real truth: that this new microchipping method is a way to ensure all of us are eventually microchipped and able to be tracked and monitored. Soon, everyone will be required to wear chips or “tattoos” that prove they got their vaccinations, to link to health records, credit history and social security records.

If the government can require Americans to carry microchipped documents including your work, financial and health records, it seems it is only a matter of time before these chips will be implanted for the sake of “convenience” or “security.” According to them, all of this is being done “for our own good.”

Read more and watch videos about the government’s agenda to microchip all humans by 2017 here: http://yedies.blogspot.com/2010/11/…

Sources used and further reading:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-14…

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?
id=CNG.6e1e2ad90e2d94b12b6258b7e9c5b33d.611&show_article=1

http://www.suite101.com/content/do-…

http://www.infowars.com/hospital-patients-now-being-microchipped-with-electronic-tattoos/

rainbowdear
26-08-2011, 02:02 PM
Don' we already have the GPS Global Positioning System - people can't do without anymore...shame it was fun to get lost or to find a mysterious or interesting place by "accident" - i used to call these my "magical mystery tours"...and it worked...
well with the GPS and that weird voice in your car...nor more fun!:mad:
But "they" know exactly where you are!:p

yes "piercing" is an excellent way to get used to having implants!

How about Internet an excellent way to be traceable :(

Government bodies do just that all the time
Normal with all the abuse on the Net!!!:D

sarah jane 1
01-01-2013, 11:12 PM
Bionic brain chips are currently used to control a person and monitor them through memristor minds, through currents which are created by electric charge which creates interchanging electric magnetic fields they do this by firing directed energy weapons at the brain. Therefore i know as i have experienced this you don’t need to be chipped.

truth seeker 09
24-01-2013, 01:40 PM
UFO contactee Alex Collier shares his information about the alien / E.T. agenda to:

- implant everybody with RFID microchips
- destroy the United States with the power of FEMA and the United Nations

This lecture was filmed in 1995. The whole lecture is full of information from different conspiracy areas. Alex Collier Volume One is also a good video to watch.

UFO Hypotheses - Alex Collier Volume Two (10 of 24) - YouTube

Alex Collier Volume One

UFO Hypotheses - Alex Collier Volume One (01 of 24) - YouTube

Nicholas Rockefeller reveals the RFID microchipping agenda to Aaron Russo

Zeitgeist Movie - RFID Chip - YouTube

kimball13
01-04-2013, 01:08 AM
actualy it does not matter right now if you can or cannot handle the truth, the choice is you will fall victim and have to handle it, or you can stop being apathetic and in it for the conspiritainment, you can stop eating up the fearporn, and just maybe raise the awareness of what this stuff is all about, now logicaly speaking if special forces community is targeted by the real high tech stuff and targetted in a harsher way, then just maybe someone like me might just know a bit more than most others you have heard thusfar

i stand on what i say, i dont need a network of others to confirm what im saying is true, i can provide the documents, the public information as well as my hardcopys of the xrays, as well as these videos showing the disovable implants coming out.

you could also say that was part of my mission, prove that this is going on, find out why we have to many deaths,

example, it was unheard of to hear of a seal commiting suicide, and in light of the other things it looks very suspect.

a paranoid marine kills Chris Kyle and his friend.
3 marines die, murder suicide.
comander job price.
chris dorner,
that big helo crash

how many more that could be atributed to the very same implants they stuck in me.

a pilot implanted, a crash, a commander rather than homocide chooses suicide.

a marine implanted becomes paranoid and jeolouse.
another marine paranoid and homicidal.


i know what these implants can cause, how i survived, reason is my resiliance, my toughness, my emotional stability.

im a SPIKE, a jack reacher of a sort.

simple explanation, a spike is special prepared individual for key events,,,,,,,pretty broad spectrum huh.








http://youtu.be/m2GxMTJd6YM


VAGUS NERVE STIMULATION
http://web.med.unsw.edu.au/npi/Research/Patient_Information_Statement_vns.pdf

DARPA's 'Transient Electronics' Will Disappear Anywhere
http://www.forbes.com/sites/katiedrummond/2012/09/27/darpa-transient-electronics/

They already have developed this crap!!!!!!!!!!!!
Darpa wants to create dissolvable spy hardware
http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2013-01/29/dissolvable-spy-hardware

Implantable stimulator system and method for treatment of incontinence and pain
http://www.freepatentsonline.com/6735474.html

syxx
06-06-2013, 10:33 PM
Following on with this topic...

Two news items I found today, one new, one not-so-new.
Both certainly disturbing.



http://www.blacklistednews.com/Will_Electronic_Tattoos_Replace_Internet_Passwords _And_All_Other_Forms_Of_Identification%3F/26408/0/38/38/Y/M.html

FAIR USE POLICY


Will Electronic Tattoos Replace Internet Passwords And All Other Forms Of Identification?

June 3, 2013
Source: Michael Snyder, Guest Post
Copyright © 2006-2012 BlackListedNews.com

[excerpt]:

Would you wear an electronic tattoo if you couldn’t log on to the Internet without one? That may sound crazy to many of you, but the technology for such a system already exists. RFID tattoos have existed for quite some time, and they are already being used on animals. But now an entirely new generation of electronic tattoos are being developed that can monitor your vital signs, interact with your mobile phone and even communicate directly with your mind. These new electronic tattoos are thinner than a human hair, and they are going to fundamentally transform the way that we think about human identification.

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http://txchnologist.com/post/43496630304/temporary-tattoos-could-make-electronic-telepathy

FAIR USE POLICY

Temporary Tattoos Could Make Electronic Telepathy, Telekinesis Possible
February 19th, 2013
by Charles Q. Choi
© GENERAL ELECTRIC 2012. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


[excerpt]:

Temporary electronic tattoos could soon help people fly drones with only thought and talk seemingly telepathically without speech over smartphones, researchers say.

His team is developing wireless flexible electronics one can apply on the forehead just like temporary tattoos to read brain activity.

The devices are less than 100 microns thick, the average diameter of a human hair. They consist of circuitry embedded in a layer or rubbery polyester that allow them to stretch, bend and wrinkle. They are barely visible when placed on skin, making them easy to conceal from others.

kimball13
08-06-2013, 07:34 AM
complicated answer. to the tattoo stuff.

i would love it if everyone had an idenitfier that could not be changed , would have saved me allot of headaches in life.

in a perfect world tattoos like that might keep things perfect in some ways like accountablity.

if someone was blamed for something it could be proven or disproved if fullproof.

thing is its not fullproof, .

like in my case, heck i got a chip in my neck and nobody can find out who i was in some classified stuff, instead i get confused for Brockbrader or some otehr fool.

So, even with what coulb basicaly be a very high tech monitor and dog tag people still get lost when things are missused and due to the so called full proof failsafe to prevent idendityt theft can cause things to go in the trash heap,,,,,,,,,,,as in no he aint the one with the xray or implant, we checked him out, that real guy he is at home or over there kinda story


Now if it was a tattoo, and it had a desing on it for specific things like an MOS or such it would be able to see on sight, then the deeper stuff scanned.

loaded question, i know how i would feel about it if limted to my life and those like me, but general public.

well everyone is stuck on not knowing the differnce between accountablity and privacy.

who you are, where you go, what you do should not be of much concern if not harming anyone or intending to cause harm by another to another.

but for that kinda tracking i believe allot of things need to be taken off the law books, like no victim crimes should not be a crime.

things like you steal, then you work it off, sorta like credit, ok you took that so to make it right you gotta work that $20 off by working at the store for a couple hours.

instead of a credit card when a person needs some extra it is just given.

no oh your not in need crap,,,,,,,,,more like lets say your kid is getting married so you need some extra whatever for the wedding, so you just go get it, the lets say one day out of your weakends or something you go and do some work.

Heck if it was legal i could walk down the streat with a little tool set and tighten bolts, fix things, give suggestions of an issue i noticed with infrastructure.



Here is an idea, manditory 6 month military service, what you say, six months,,,,,,,,,,ya 3 months basic boot camp then three months working on the countrys infrastructure, then you can either go into private market or continue on in a military carrear of a sort.

this way ever citezen has the ability to defend themselves and there comunity, along with that they also have there hands in the infrastructure, as in the helped build the country, roads and such.

there are other details to that idea, and right from start it would actualy begin to take the drive to just kill in military actions down a notch or two.

it would slowly change what a Military is for a nation.

It could be a right of passage as well as a way for many of this countrys cultures to work together, it would give every citezen a way to say i did something for my country and myself, and i have something i can fall back on always, even in employment.

ya instead of just a youthcorps or CCC, a sorta room, board, stipend pay, benifits, and a way to pay for extra schooling, education and such.


so that is the hard part for me to even give what i thing without going into all this.


So all and all we all have to learn to be accountable as well as demand that others are accountable.

if we cannot do this, then it has to be done for the massis in some way i hate to say.


something as simple and mundane as mistaken identity can lead to some crazy insane stuff to take place.

could even allow a pedophile to become a kindergarden teacher because they thought he/she was someone else and that pedo just went along with the mistake.

Bill Wood Brockbrader was one of those in my life, and i sorta like the idea of a tattoo across his face, especialy since he went as far as he did.

thing is where do we draw that line.


do we make specific tattoos to let everyone know the person is a danger to specific groups in the populace.

like a warning sign, this guy is a racist, or has murderd, this person is a soldier, this person is a combat vet, this person made a carrear in military in spec ops as part of our standing army.

wear would we draw this line.

thing is, i think until humanity is evolved enough and aware enough we probley could use some helpers in regards to some simple things and still maintain and retain privacy.


and the way things are now, there are allot less real evil types that good types, the problem is the evil types dont have imediate identifiers about them.

its not hard for someone to go to another town even in this day and age and cause trouble and apear squeeky clean while setting some decent person up for a fall as a favor for the locals evil puke types.

take care of our towns issue and we take care of yours, this way nobody see's us come out of shadows tactics/stragies.

but with markers that would make it allot harder for them to do this.

now all one has to do is stay signit silent, as in no cell phone or such in there name etc kinda stuff.

Thing is if evil powers are in charge of them tattoos and such its not good.

but if the populace has control of it and can monitor the tattoo whatever stations, blah blah, then it might work at cleaning up some things in the world.


but i sorta think, Old school cut the crap still works just fine, yet i also see the benifits of certain things.

habitual liars, con artists, frauds, identity theifs, pedophiles and other such things i think should get some type of tattoo, yet i also think there should be ways to make it 100%, but nothing is, so what do we do if someone is inocent and was set up , framed, forced.

no easy answers,,,,,,,,,,,,,its all going to come down to one simple thing, truth, how honest can we all become.

and were will we draw the lines in the sand what is acceptable among civilization and what to do with those that choose not to, and how to set them apart from those that just make stupid mistakes, young, or such kinda things, how do we make sure they dont have to serve time among the habitual on there way into exile or worse part of society.

real old school ways usualy ment exile, a near death sentance, yet those exiles then created there own tribal systems, and there were reasons why they were exiled, and those things end up permiating those systems, so now we have a world with all the problems and solutions, all we have to do is sift through them.

real easy huh:confused:


just some food for thought, as well as my own rambling thoughts.

alisa2
01-03-2014, 06:15 PM
Microchip people, coming to the next generation:

http://worldtruth.tv/all-european-newborn-babies-will-be-microchipped-from-may-2014/

swamideva
04-04-2014, 07:38 PM
Not for me thanks.


Getting Ready to Microchip the Entire Human Race (http://consciouslifenews.com/getting-ready-microchip-entire-human-race/1172102/)

Former Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) director and now Google Executive, Regina E. Duncan, has unveiled a super small, ingestible microchip that we can all be expected to swallow by 2017. “A means of authentication,” she calls it, also called an electronic tattoo, which takes NSA spying to whole new levels. She talks of the ‘mechanical mismatch problem between machines and humans,’ and specifically targets 10 – 20 year olds in her rant about the wonderful qualities of this new technology that can stretch in the human body and still be functional.

Hailed as a ‘critical shift for research and medicine, ’ these biochips would not only allow full access to insurance companies and government agencies to our pharmaceutical med-taking compliancy (or lack thereof), but also a host of other aspects of our lives which are truly none of their business, and certainly an extension of the removal of our freedoms and rights.