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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 7:04 pm    Post subject: RFID precursor to Verichip Microchipping the population Reply with quote

Merged with smaller thread ... the death of cash [ed.]


Say it with me... Problem/Reaction/Solution...

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_artic le_id=395957&in_page_id=1770&ito=1490
Police chief wants paedophiles microchipped
16/07/06 - News section

The head of Britain's chief police officers has called for convicted paedophiles and dangerous sex offenders to be surgically implanted with electronic chips.
In a newspaper interview Ken Jones, president of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), said the implants would mean they could be tracked by satellite.

But the Home Office dismissed the idea saying that it was not considering any such proposal. Mr Jones said the tracking devices would enable authorities to bar offenders from certain "zones" such as schools, playgrounds, and victims' homes.

Any attempt to enter them would trigger alarms in a monitoring centre, enabling police to take action, he told the Sunday Times.

"If we are prepared to track cars, why don't we track people? You could put surgical chips into those of the most dangerous sex offenders who are willing to be controlled."

While there would be civil liberties concerns over such a "Big Brother" monitoring system, the chips would only be implanted with the agreement of sex offenders and targeted at those guilty of the most serious crimes.

"You could have a pilot scheme for the people who represent the highest risk and who would voluntarily want to go into this. You'd be surprised how many would be willing to submit to that kind of control," he added.

His comments come after Home Secretary John Reid announced the Government was considering a law allowing parents to find out if paedophiles were living near them, similar to "Megan's Law" which operates in the US.

Mr Jones, who was speaking in a personal capacity in the interview and not describing ACPO policy, said it was a "great opportunity" to consider a wide range of options.

But a Home Office spokeswoman said: "We are not considering monitoring them through microchips."



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http://www.livescience.com/humanbiology/060715_ap_chip_implants.html

Chips with Medical Records to be Implanted in 280 Patients

By Theresa Agovino
The Associated Press
posted: 15 July 2006
11:21 am ET


NEW YORK (AP)—In a new test program, Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Jersey plans to implant patients suffering from chronic diseases with a microchip that will give emergency room staff access to their medical information and help avoid costly or serious medical errors, the insurer said on Friday.
Horizon plans to announce on Monday that it is teaming up with Hackensack University Medical Center in a pilot program where 280 patients regularly treated at the hospital will be implanted with a chip containing a code. The chip would allow emergency room personnel to retrieve a patient's medical record if the individual can't communicate.

The rice-sized microchip is implanted in a patient's right arm above the elbow and can be detected using equipment at the hospital.

The hope is that the chips will help doctors avoid medical errors like duplicating medical tests, dangerous drug interactions and bad diagnoses.

Within the next 30 days, Horizon will start sending letters to patients with chronic diseases explaining the new program and inviting them to participate. The program is voluntary and won't cost the patient any money to participate.

Patients with chronic conditions are the program's target because they are more likely to have serious medical problems that could leave them unable to communicate when they are at the emergency room, said Dr. Richard Popiel, vice president and chief medical officer at Horizon. For example, diabetics with low blood sugar may become confused or unconscious.

He said Horizon will test the program for two years to see if it warrants expansion.

VeriChip Corp. makes the chips and detection equipment. Hackensack already had the equipment because it was part of VeriChip's development program.

Proposal to Implant Tracking Chips in Immigrants http://www.livescience.com/scienceoffiction/060531_rfid_chips.html

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 11:20 am    Post subject: RFID SAVE ME! Reply with quote

Has anyone else noticed the sharp increase in identity theft news reports in the last 3 years? Not to mention the correlation with the mass introduction of chip and pin which actualy makes ID theft easier. I had a friend of mine when who worked for a bank. You can actualy pull everything you need from a persons life straight from the tiny gold chip rather than the black bar across the back, obvious to some im sure but to others this wasnt apparent meaning people would simply cut their card in half and chuck it away thinking thats all they needed to do. New systems that are being introduced always seem to get easier to crack.

Also this may be slightly far fetched but I actualy believe that the bird flu epidemic (now debunked) or whatever new super bug they introduce is a trojan horse designed to overwhelm the NHS with whatever man made virus they release. "Sorry but their are too many deaths, and our records cant keep up with all the patients, we need some kind of new system"

LOOK ITS A BIRD! NO ITS A PLANE! NO....ITS VERICHIP HERE TO SAVE THE DAY!

"I CAN HELP YOU WITH YOUR MEDICAL RECORD ILLS!" etc

We are getting bombarded with propaganda from every angle to prepare for RFID. But remember that with every new method they get easier to crack. With RFID you dont even need to crack it, you simply lop said persons hand off, remove the chip and hey presto you are now that person! No cracking, no techy stuff, just brutal gory and perfect.

Not to mention RFID turns us all into slaves in the truest sense, we become branded. Also if you are of that way inclined (which I am) you will know what Revelations in the bible has to say about markings and things in the skin Confused .

I personaly am not looking forward to the next Ian Huntley incident. With every one the media ignites into a flurry of frothing mouthed hounds pounding parents across the country with stories of fear and aggoraphobic propaganda. How long until they begin suggesting RFID as a means to "Protect our children" with little forsight into the realisation that you will actualy be making any abductions more painful for the child when the demented pervert simply cuts open the childs hand and throws away the chip.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:41 pm    Post subject: Agree Reply with quote

Yikes!

I share your view, where is this society going? If we are not striving for a society where people can live in freedom, and to try to live the good life, what is the point?

What can we do about this? Not alot. And once we can all be instantly monitored, even less.

I have leafleted people at the train station, in the street, and spoken to people at their door.

But I am currently disillusioned at what can realistically be achieved.

Perhaps if we could organise a mass rally against ID in Parliament square that would be something? But then it would all be ignored anyway.
I checked no2id.net and there didnt seem to be any rallys etc planned.

Perhaps if we marched in London every weekend, that might do something. Sort of like the critical mass cycle demos.

The problem is most people are 2 busy, not aware of the risks or upcoming technology to really care. Or they think its a good thiing to have id cards.

Any ideas as 2 what we could do?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think there will be panic nearer the time and I see it'll happen with the ID cards too, well hope at least, I think it will be akin to the Poll Tax Riots!
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 1:11 pm    Post subject: except Reply with quote

Execpt id will be introduced gradually, over a period of years, and not everyone at once.

My speculation:
I would think within 10-15 years we will have a microchip under the skin, especially once the banking system links our verifying our id to our ability to pay.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 1:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

OMG 2008 is the cut off year for renewing your passport, beyond that date your details will be stored for compulsory ID which comes into effect in 2010, the only way around it then is if you do not renew your passport and do not travel abroad!!
I suggest people start looking at the facts, well at least the scant few the Government offer Shocked

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2006 12:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BUMP

Becuase this is an important issue.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 12:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TOMMY THOMPSON: THE "CHIPPER" PRESIDENT?
Election Bid Raises Specter of RFID Implant Threat

Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson is
considering a run for president in 2008, a move that should spark alarm
among those familiar with Thompson's calls for widespread RFID chipping
of Americans. The authors of "Spychips," Dr. Katherine Albrecht and Liz
McIntyre, who closely monitor the RFID industry, caution that his
position on the Board of the VeriChip Corporation and his stock options
in the company make Thompson one of the most dangerous figures in
American politics today.

As head of Health of Health and Human Services, Thompson oversaw the
scandal-ridden FDA when it approved the VeriChip as a medical device.
Shortly after leaving his cabinet post, he joined the board of the
VeriChip Corporation and wasted no time in using his clout to promote
the company's glass encapsulated RFID tags. These tags are injected into
human flesh to uniquely number and identify people.

In public appearances, Thompson has suggested implanting the microchips
into Americans to link to their electronic medical records. "It's very
beneficial and it's going to be extremely helpful and it's a giant step
forward to getting what we call an electronic medical record for all
Americans," he told CBS MarketWatch in July 2005. He also suggested
implanting military personnel with the chips to replace dog tags.

Thompson's desire to run for president is not mere speculation. Media
outlets in his home state of Wisconsin, where he served four terms as
governor, have confirmed Thompson is laying the foundation for a
presidential bid. His wife Sue Ann has told reporters that the family
has discussed his candidacy and that "He should give it a try. He's got
a lot of good ideas." Thompson himself has stated, "There's no question
I'm interested."

Thompson is considered a long-shot for the Republican nomination, but
his influence shouldn't be discounted, says McIntyre. "Despite his
folksy manner, he's a savvy politician whose Washington connections run
deep, and he's got a vested interest in chipping America." She points
out that Thompson has an option on more than 150,000 shares of VeriChip
stock.

Right now those options aren't worth much. Security flaws and public
squeamishness have hurt the company's sales, resulting in losses of
millions of dollars.

"It will take a considerable shift in public perception to chip enough
Americans to turn all that red ink to black," Albrecht observes. "It
concerns us that Thompson would have a financial interest in having
people roll up their sleeves while aiming for such an influential
office."

Ironically, Thompson himself has not yet received a microchip implant
despite what must be extraordinary pressure from the VeriChip
Corporation. He made a promise to do so on national television over a
year ago.

"Given the unpopularity of the VeriChip and people's concern it could be
abused, Thompson has been wise to avoid getting chipped himself," says
Albrecht. "Getting chipped would would be political suicide for any
politician. Even if he remains chip-free as we hope, the American people
should still be wary of him."

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ABOUT CASPIAN

CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering)
is a grass-roots consumer group fighting retail surveillance schemes
since 1999. 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, visit CASPIAN's RFID privacy website at:
http://www.spychips.com

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ABOUT THE BOOK

"Spychips" is the winner of the 2006 Lysander Spooner Award for
Advancing the Literature of Liberty and has received wide critical
acclaim. Authored by recent Harvard graduate Dr. Katherine Albrecht and
former bank examiner Liz McIntyre, the book is meticulously researched,
drawing on patent documents, corporate source materials, conference
proceedings, and firsthand interviews to paint a convincing -- and
frightening -- picture of the threat posed by RFID.

Despite its hundreds of footnotes and academic-level accuracy, the book
remains lively and readable according to critics, who have called it a
"techno-thriller" and "a masterpiece of technocriticism."

"Spychips" is now available in a newly-released paperback version from
Penguin/Plume (October 2006).




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CASPIAN: Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering
Opposing supermarket loyalty cards and other retail surveillance
schemes since 1999

http://www.spychips.com/
http://www.nocards.org/

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 2:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What a classic way to incite the public to demand the "solution": chipping for kiddie fiddlers

Thanks andrew, Ive passed this on

Meanwhile, this turned up this morning as well and should raise some eyebrows:

Lifttheveil wrote:
Some very worrying news has come to light, which will be instantly understood by followers of The Verichip.

Tommy Thompson, former governor of Wisconsin and Health and Human Services Secretary, now on the board of Verichip, is reported to be thinking of running for president in 2006.

I'm currently adding the details to the latest news section at NOIDCHIP

Tony

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Thompson is well positioned to stump on healthcare. In 2001 he left a 14-year stint as governor to become George Bush Jr's Health and Human Services Secretary, where he backed Bush's funding for abstinence education (for adults up to the age of 29 no less), and he helped to create Bush's program for severely limited federal funding of stem cell research. But what may be less known about Thompson is that he is currently on the board of VeriChip Corp., the company that makes the world's first FDA-approved human implantable RFID chip. (As head of Health and Human Services, Thompson oversaw the FDA's approval of VeriChip as a medical device; after he left his cabinet post, Thompson joined VeriChip's board).


If anyone hasnt done so, I'd urge you to go and check out Lift the Veils site, its an excellent resource exposing the chipping agenda:

Lifttheveil wrote:
http://noidchip.free-forums.org/

The place to show resistance and get a wealth of information about ID Cards and The Verichip.

Welcome all, Lift the Veil


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2006 1:16 am    Post subject: The Death Of Cash Reply with quote

http://infowars.com/articles/bb/cashless_the_death_of_cash.htm

The Death Of Cash

London Mirror | December 29, 2006
Matt Roper

MONEY talks - and in the very near future it will be talking through your mobile phone.

Fumbling for coins in your pocket will be a thing of the past as the latest technology lets you load up your phone with credit and pay by simply pointing it at the till.

It's further proof that new technology is killing off hard cash.

In the coming year, even the smallest purchases will be paid for electronically after credit card giants Visa and Barclaycard struck a deal to create the next generation of "wave and pay" cards for purchases of less than £10.

Users will simply wave the card across a scanner to pay for small items for which they would normally use coins, such as their Daily Mirror or a pint of beer.

But the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona has taken the technology one step further by having tiny data chips implanted surgically under customers' skin.

The VeriChip then allows clubbers to pay for drinks by waving their arm across the counter.

Already more purchases are made on plastic than in cash, and a study by retail analyst Datamonitor suggests that cards could replace cash altogether within 10 years.

Last year Mastercard launched Cashplus, the first UK version of the pre-paid plastic cards popular in the US. No bank account is needed as they can be topped up at the Post Office.

Oyster cards, which many Londoners use to pay for public transport, now account for 70 per cent of Tube and bus journeys.

Tesco is apparently considering its first totally cashless store while German hypermarket Real is trialling stores where customers can only pay with a credit or debit card.

But your mobile phone is likely to be the biggest threat to cash. Last year a new EU ruling eased the restrictions on using them to pay for goods, and soon we will be able to pay for anything from theatre tickets to parking fees simply by sending a text message.

In Berlin, shoppers can already buy a drink by sending a text message to the vending machine. The charge is added to the monthly phone bill.

Experts believe it won't be long before so-called "mobile commerce" - or m-commerce - takes off, especially in countries with better mobile phone networks than banks.

In Kenya customers can borrow, transfer and pay money using SMS text messages.

In the UK, you could buy groceries from your local market, or pay a restaurant bill, simply by tapping your PIN into your mobile and pressing 'send'.

THE latest handsets send bank details via an infrared beam from the phone straight to the till.

In South Korea, they can be used with drinks machines, petrol stations and anywhere else with the "receiving" technology.

Mark Bowerman, from the Association of Payment Clearing Services, says: "People use cards more than cash, but the data on a card can be stored anywhere.

"There's no reason why it can't be kept on your mobile phone, or even underneath the skin on your wrist."

Consumer groups are suspicious of moves to abolish cash transactions.

Janice Allen, from the National Consumer Council, says: "One of the most worrying aspects of replacing cash is the reliance on making our personal information widely available."

HISTORY OF CASH..

640-630 BC: The first coins made in Lydia, Asia Minor.

30 BC: Julius Caesar issues coins for the Roman empire, including Britain.

AD630: Small silver coins known as sceats minted in south-east England.

AD790: King Offa introduces a silver penny - 240 from a pound of silver.

1281: Edward I issues three new coins, the ha'penny, farthing and groat.

1504: Henry VII issues shilling coins.

1560: The pound sterling is established by Elizabeth I.

1633: First note is issued as evidence of ability to pay.

1833: Bank of England notes made legal tender in England and Wales.

1971: Britain decimalises its currency.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2006 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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But the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona has taken the technology one step further by having tiny data chips implanted surgically under customers' skin.

The VeriChip then allows clubbers to pay for drinks by waving their arm across the counter.


?!

Still, it's just so darned convenient...How could you say no that...

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 3:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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But the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona has taken the technology one step further by having tiny data chips implanted surgically under customers' skin.

The VeriChip then allows clubbers to pay for drinks by waving their arm across the counter.


It does have its drawbacks though. There was a man drowning in the harbour just outside the club, who ordered 27 pints before finally going under.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 5:43 pm    Post subject: And we thought Verichip was the mark of the beast !!!! Reply with quote

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RFID has long been touted as the future of logistics for all companies by allowing retailers and suppliers to track goods throughout the supply chain. Regulations on traceability and mandates from such giant retailers as Wal-Mart and Metro are slowing forcing processors to make investments in the technology.

Somark said its RFID ink will initially target the livestock industry to help identify and track cattle, as required under rules put in place to prevent the spread of losses from bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease.

The tests show that once injected into a live animal as a tattoo, scanners can still read the RFID data through the hair. Somark's technology involves the use of an injection device made up of an array of needles and an ink capsule, which is used to 'tattoo' an animal. The ink can be detected from four feet away, and can either be invisible or coloured depending on the application.

“This is a true proof-of-principle and mitigates most of the technological risk," said Somark's chief scientist Ramos Mays. "This proves the ability to create a synthetic biometric or fake fingerprint with biocompatible chipless RFID ink and read it through hair.”

The company also expects the RFID ink to be of use in tracking prime cuts of meat.


http://www.packwire.com/news/ng.asp?n=73278-somark-rfid-logistics

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Invisible RFID Ink Safe For Cattle And People, Company Says


By K.C. Jones,

A startup company developing chipless RFID ink has tested its product on cattle and laboratory rats.
Somark Innovations announced this week that it successfully tested biocompatible RFID ink, which can be read through animal hairs. The passive RFID technology could be used to identify and track cows to reduce financial losses from Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (mad cow disease) scares. Somark, which formed in 2005, is located at the Center for Emerging Technologies in St. Louis. The company is raising Series A equity financing and plans to license the technology to secondary markets, which could include laboratory animals, dogs, cats, prime cuts of meat, and military personnel.

Chief scientist Ramos Mays said the tests provide a true proof-of-principle and mitigate most of the technological risks in terms of the product's performance. "This proves the ability to create a synthetic biometric or fake fingerprint with biocompatible, chipless RFID ink and read it through hair," he said.

Co-founder Mark Pydynowski said during an interview Wednesday that the ink doesn't contain any metals and can be either invisible or colored. He declined to say what is in the ink, but said he's certain that it is 100% biocompatible and chemically inert. He also said it is safe for people and animals.

The process developed by Somark involves a geometric array of micro-needles and a reusable applicator with a one-time-use ink capsule. Pydynowski said it takes five to 10 seconds to "stamp or tattoo" an animal, and there is no need to remove the fur. The ink remains in the dermal layer, and a reader can detect it from 4 feet away.



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good find Techy thanks.
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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2007 7:42 pm    Post subject: Verichip Watch: Human Chipping of Alzheimer's patients Reply with quote

Human Chipping of Alzheimer's patients ?

No event showcases the true intentions Verichip Corporation to a greater extent than a forced implantation of Alzheimer's patients in the hope of raising their plummeting stock on the Nasdaq.

Without consent and without morals, Verichip is hoping to raise the amount of citizens that are chipped by coralling and herding non-consenting patients who are already victims of life due to their illness.

To take advantage and exploit these helpless individuals is despicable and morally bankrupt .

We urge you to make time and be present at the Vigil, as it is events such as these that shape the future of mankind.

It is up to people like you who understand what is at stake to make time and be present whilst meeting people of like mind so we can take this important and vital message to the masses.

We the People Will Not Be Chipped stands hand in hand with Anti Chips in full solidarity against Verichip Corporation.

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PostPosted: Fri May 11, 2007 10:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello to CASPIAN members and Supporters:

As I head for the plane to West Palm Beach, Florida this morning to protest the planned micro-chipping of 200 Alzheimer's patients, I wanted to say a personal thank you to each of you for supporting our efforts.

As you know, we will be gathering in front of the Alzheimer's Community Care center on Saturday to speak up for the vulnerable people there who have been targeted for injection with VeriChip implants.

For details about our peaceful march and prayer vigil, see:
http://www.antichips.com/protest-may12.htm

If you are in Florida, I encourage you to come out and join us. I have organized seven protests since I founded CASPIAN in 1999, and every one has been a completely positive experience. People bring their amilies, their golden retrievers, and their shared love of freedom, and they leave with the satisfaction that only comes from taking a stand for what's right. That's a lot in this increasingly apathetic world. And it feels great.

We now have over 10,000 CASPIAN members around the world and plan to work with local communities to organize similar events elsewhere if it should become necessary. We know you will prove us right when we say that people everywhere will take a stand against inhumane and unethical plans to implant microchips into human beings.

If you can't join us for this event, you can still participate in spirit.

Wherever you are on Saturday, please take a moment at 2:00 PM EST to say a prayer or take a moment of silence on behalf of the people targeted for chip implantation. We have already heard from people as far away as South Africa who will be setting their alarms for 6:00 AM to pray with us at that time. If you're not the praying type, please engage in a moment of silent reflection to send thoughts of protection and peace to Florida.

Thank you again for supporting us as we take this important stand to defend human dignity against the encroachment of chipping technologies.

In freedom,
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Dear CASPIAN Members and Supporters:

Our weekend prayer vigil in West Palm Beach, Florida was a terrific success! Around 30 of us gathered in friendship and prayer outside of the Alzheimer's Community Care Center to protest the planned implantation of 200 Alzheimer's patients with VeriChip devices. The weather was perfect and the event came off without a hitch.

Our group ranged in age from a baby a few months old to a gentleman over 80. It included surfers and lawyers, professors and homemakers, school kids and college students. Representing many races and walks of life, we were united in the defense of human dignity.

Since a picture is worth a thousand words, we've posted a slide show of the event on both our AntiChips and Spychips websites:

http://www.antichips.com/slideshow-may12/index.html
or http://www.spychips.com/slideshow-may12/index.html

The event received major local television, newspaper, and radio coverage, and we're told that several international media outlets will be reporting on it, as well.

On Friday night I got a chance to to drive by the VeriChip world headquarters (actually just a second-floor office in a rather nondescript office building) where organizers and I snapped a few photos. Then Saturday morning I headed over to Clear Channel's WJNO 1290 AM, the #1 talk radio station in the Palm Beach area, where I did a one hour on-air interview. That was followed by interviews with Channel 12 News, the local CBS affiliate, and the Palm Beach Post, the area's largest newspaper.

Not surprisingly, the Palm Beach community has responded with outrage to AlzCare's microchipping plans. To get a sense of the reaction, check out Channel 12's viewer feedback page here:

http://www.news12now.com/news/albrecht_4703235___article.html/approve

This is just the start of our activities to oppose the microchipping of human beings. We will keep you posted on our efforts, and invite you to visit our AntiChips.com website to see how you can get involved.

Thank you all for your prayers and support!

In freedom,
Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 6:56 pm    Post subject: RFID precursor to Microchipping our children Reply with quote

Did anyone catch the One Show's feature on microchipping children? If you didn't, it simply beggared belief.

The segment started by cutting straight from a shot of a dog being chipped to a gang of running children. In a very cheerful, 'How clean is your house?' way, parents tried different tracking devices on their children (including an iKids device; ironic considering the recent news of the iPhone's 'back door'), while the presenter joyously suggested that 'the days of children being microchipped could be just around the corner.'

Then it cut to a defeated looking working class parent talking about how much peace of mind it would give her if her child could be chipped, quote 'I'd be able to relax, and they would have more freedom'. The Madeleine McCann incident was milked as reason for children to be tracked, this creepy cyborg from Reading University (seemingly a proponent, authority of, and pioneer of this technology), talked up the possibilities:

http://www.cyber.reading.ac.uk/people/K.Warwick.htm

Note his recent publications/projects:

"Implant Experiments"
"FIDIS: The future of Identity in the Information Society"
"Prospects for thought communication"

Might be worth a polite but firm email, asking exactly what he's thinking promoting the microchipping of children on BBC TV:

k.warwick@reading.ac.uk

Even Esther Rantzen chipped in (no pun intended) with a thumbs up, 'if it were safe and easy'.

Heaven help us.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 7:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I say often enough on here that I don't watch TeeVee™ but I just happened to be at my Mum's house when this was on.

I paraphrase - but when one presenter said that implanted microchips for children could be 'just around the corner', I shuddered.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 7:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Microchipping children Reply with quote

Came across this idea on rense.com a long long time ago when Mr Warwick was plugging the 'digital angel' and quoting BT's Martlesham laboratories.
It does seem that Warwick is the only credible advocate for this technology and is always trotted out on these occasions. Maybe some of uis should interview him and see whether he thinks its a good idea to have a microchipped population and why??

levin wrote:

Might be worth a polite but firm email, asking exactly what he's thinking promoting the microchipping of children on BBC TV:
k.warwick@reading.ac.uk
Even Esther Rantzen chipped in (no pun intended) with a thumbs up, 'if it were safe and easy'.
Heaven help us.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 8:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Interesting

http://www.rense.com/general31/magic.htm

Thanks for the heads-up on that one, Tony. Agreed this is nothing new, I remember hearing he about an American family who volunteered for the VeriChip. I think it was the shameless advocacy that was so unbelievable. Here's a lovely paragraph:

"Warwick has implanted a chip in his wife Irena's arm in a bid to determine how movement, thoughts or emotions might be transmitted from one person to the other via the Internet."

And they say romance is dead.
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Big discussion about this subject on Radio Bristol, or was it GWR, phone in today - lots and lots of callers, the overwhelming majority against it - and all sorts of murmurs about a police stare, the Nazis etc. etc. I was pleased to listen to it and it does prove one thing! You heard it hee first, or at least I did, that the Madelaine incident was and still is being deliberately hyped in order to bring about a situation where parents might be scared into giving up the privacy of their babies.
What a perverse way to pervert a christening, a blessing for the vulnerable infant, and replace it with a microprocessor that can kill you. Sort of sums up everything that's gone wrong with the NWO vision of their evil elitist world. Which they're doing far too well in putting in place!

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not kids this time but HIV infected patients

Microchips mulled for HIV carriers in Indonesia's Papua
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/afp/20070724/ttc-health-indonesia-papua-aids- b4393f8.html

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The biggest problem with this society is that they think there is a cure for everything. That they can eliminate all risk. I first felt this when there was a spate of compensation claims from the early 90's. Some of the latest ones here...

http://www.derbygripe.co.uk/compo.htm

The fact is that Society has people becoming manic over protecting their backsides. The problem is the Lords and Judges who uphold these rediculous rulings. Yes, the same ones who sit on the benches in the house of lords and write the stupid laws in the first place.

When we also acknowledge that these idiots have many stakes in corporate firms and capital interests such as Security Firms intent in placing cameras everywhere, Pharmacutical multi-nationals intent on innoculating anything that breathes, Insurance firms which simply love the fear levels rising... as so do their policy holders premiums as a result and finally Military Conglomurates who need the fear for future wars or else the spending and hence profits fall sharply... 'breather Smoke ', then you really have to ask yourself... Where do we draw the line?

Where do we draw the line at all this over-reaction to, well... everything?

Cameras everywhere is not going to stop all crime, so if there is no end to the attempts to achieve this goal, then what after we have cameras absolutely everywhere to saturation point?

What if we keep Innoculating against this disease or that one and once we have all been innoculated to the hilt against all known disease, where do we go then... Create new disease? We already see that the military industrial complex has perfected this idea by creating wars has it not?

Problem, reaction, solution!

The only way we are going to get out of this slippery slope of mass hysteria (and mass hysteria is exactly what it is!) is to be able to identify the root causes of that hysteria and I would plant the blame directly at the foot of our fear mongering Government who happen to also be the greedy capitalists running the show... and not to forget, they are also the vessel for carrying their programme of fear to the general, but sheepish population in the guise of the mainstream media.

I think it would be a mistake to separate any one issue such as the chip implants (not that anyone has done that here), but just to make the point that this issue is merely a symptom like all the other symptoms of a rapidly degenerating and Americanising society.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 25, 2007 12:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I KNEW that they'd use the Maddy issue as a stepping-stone for this. Who knows, perhaps even little Maddy's "disapearence" was a "false flag" operation to scare vunerable parents into thinking that maybe micro-chipping their kids wouldn't be such a bad idea?
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2007 12:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Power point presentation on the blasted chips - a problem/reaction/solution too far me-thinks - me-hopes!
http://www.illuminati-news.com/mondex.pps

THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE MUST SEE, MUST TAKE TO HEART AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY MEMBERS AND PUTTING THE LINK ONLINE IN YOUR EXCELLENT NEWSPAPER. I DO NOT THINK YOU WANT TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF THE PEOPLE. ARE YOU ?? BE SERIOUS.

THANKS A LOT
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Britons 'could be microchipped like dogs in a decade' http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/article-23372564-details/Britons+'c ould+be+microchipped+like+dogs+in+a+decade'/article.do

Human beings may be forced to be 'microchipped' like pet dogs, a shocking official report into the rise of the Big Brother state has warned.

The microchips - which are implanted under the skin - allow the wearer's movements to be tracked and store personal information about them.

They could be used by companies who want to keep tabs on an employee's movements or by Governments who want a foolproof way of identifying their citizens - and storing information about them.

The prospect of 'chip-citizens' - with its terrifying echoes of George Orwell's 'Big Brother' police state in the book 1984 - was raised in an official report for Britain's Information Commissioner Richard Thomas into the spread of surveillance technology.

The report, drawn up by a team of respected academics, claims that Britain is a world-leader in the use of surveillance technology and its citizens the most spied-upon in the free world.

It paints a frightening picture of what Britain might be like in ten years time unless steps are taken to regulate the use of CCTV and other spy technologies.

The reports editors Dr David Murakami Wood, managing editor of the journal Surveillance and Society and Dr Kirstie Ball, an Open University lecturer in Organisation Studies, claim that by 2016 our almost every movement, purchase and communication could be monitored by a complex network of interlinking surveillance technologies.

The most contentious prediction is the spread in the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology.

The RFID chips - which can be detected and read by radio waves - are already used in new UK passports and are also used the Oyster card system to access the London Transport network.

For the past six years European countries have been using RFID chips to identify pet animals.

Already used in America

However, its use in humans has already been trialled in America, where the chips were implanted in 70 mentally-ill elderly people in order to track their movements.

And earlier this year a security company in Ohio chipped two of its employees to allow them to enter a secure area. The glass-encased chips were planted in the recipients' upper right arms and 'read' by a device similar to a credit card reader.

In their Report on the Surveillance Society, the authors now warn: "The call for everyone to be implanted is now being seriously debated."

The authors also highlight the Government's huge enthusiasm for CCTV, pointing out that during the 1990s the Home Office spent 78 per cent of its crime prevention budget - a total of £500 million - on installing the cameras.

There are now 4.2 million CCTV cameras in Britain and the average Briton is caught on camera an astonishing 300 times every day.

This huge enthusiasm comes despite official Home Office statistics showing that CCTV cameras have 'little effect on crime levels'.

They write: "The surveillance society has come about us without us realising", adding: "Some of it is essential for providing the services we need: health, benefits, education. Some of it is more questionable. Some of it may be unjustified, intrusive and oppressive."

Yesterday Information Commissioner Richard Thomas, whose office is investigating the Post Office, HSBC, NatWest and the Royal Bank of Scotland over claims they dumped sensitive customer details in the street, said: "Many of these schemes are public sector driven, and the individual has no choice over whether or not to take part."

"People are being scrutinised and having their lives tracked, and are not even aware of it."

He has also voiced his concern about the consequences of companies, or Government agencies, building up too much personal information about someone.

He said: "It can stigmatise people. I have worries about technology being used to identify classes of people who present some kind of risk to society. And I think there are real anxieties about that."

Yesterday a spokesman for civil liberties campaigners Liberty said: "We have got nothing about these surveillance technologies in themselves, but it is their potential uses about which there are legitimate fears. Unless their uses are regulated properly, people really could find themselves living in a surveillance society.

"There is a rather scary underlying feeling that people may worry that these microchips are less about being a human being than becoming a barcoded product."

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2007 10:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's the link for anyone who wants to watch it :

http://www.bbc.co.uk/theoneshow/article/2007/07/ab_childchipping.shtml

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The effing Zionist 'Network BBC' at it again, lulling joe public into a totalitarian sleepwalk - the shysters.
BBC Nazis wrote:

All three devices performed as they were supposed to, and Angellica tracked the children down in seconds. But are parents using these gadgets for real?
Angellica meets Julie Nash, a mum who uses a tracker to keep an eye on her daughter, Chloe. Julie has bought one of the i-Kids phones and explains why, "It's just for peace of mind - knowing that I know where she is, because she is a wanderer."
Angellica asks her if she would resort to implanting a chip in Chloe, if such a thing became available. "Yes," Julie tells Angellica, "If anything happened to her, we would be able to track her. When you first let your children out it is really, really scary."

Well there's a balanced view - not - public opinion when this subject was aired on a BBC Radio Bristol phone in recently was entirely the opposite. Most people saying it was totalitarian fearmongering or words to that effect.

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The really stupid thing about this video clip was none of the adults or presenters talked at all about teaching the children to identify, and respond to levels of risk.

All of this technology being promoted for "safety" is all reactive. So the "safety" is just an illusion.

"Getting into a stranger's car is ok, 'cos I've got my phone / belt / bracelet with me" is the result.

Of course, this is really about preparing the next generation to accept tighter state controls.
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VeriChip -> Veri = blood in Finnish
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