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Microchippped populous

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posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 05:49 AM
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Am sure most people have heard David Icke talk about a microchipped populous. Well it has happened and is still hapenning, just not in the way he predicted. I don't think people will get themselves chipped, but rather we have a chipped device most of us literally can't live without - a cellphone. Here are some links on our obsession:

Smartphone Addiction: Staggering Percentage Of Humans Couldn't Go One Day Without Their Phone

Your Life Is Fully Mobile

Not earth shattering I know, just intriguing




posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 05:52 AM
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I'm always seeing these studies saying modern people "couldn't cope" without their cell phones. This is so ridiculous to me. People can cope with almost anything. If cell phones ceased to exist for some reason, we would quickly revert to landlines; or, we would invent some new technology to keep us in touch with whatever we feel is important.



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 06:09 AM
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a reply to: lucifuge

Even more disturbing to me is the fact that Americans will freely give out their social security number as a form of identification to people and entities who are not the social security administration, the IRS or an employer.

It is a violation of the law to ask by anyone else.
edit on 4-6-2015 by greencmp because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 06:24 AM
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Older generations still have the luck they experienced living without these tools , I am from 86 and we did not have Internet when I was young or gps , we had to use maps and books and rely on your own knowledge now everything is on your phone a click away I often wonder what would happen to the current generation if the access to this source of unlimited info disappears , would they be able to adapt ?



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 06:40 AM
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a reply to: greencmp


People are so strange with their information. I work in administration for an appliance parts company; once in awhile I need to contact buyers and retake an order or confirm information. If I'm speaking with a woman over a certain age this is invariably how the convo goes.

Me: I'll need some information to complete your order, let's start with your first name.
Woman Over Certain Age: Okay, first name Cindy, last name Franklin, but for a short time I was Cindy Smith and my maiden name is Jones.
Me: Franklin will do. The shipping address?
WOCA: It's 123 King St, Phoenix AZ, 87051... But the billing address is, 678 Queen Street, Phoenix AZ, 84325, that's my home address, but don't ship it there, I'm never home and the neighbours don't watch for packages. Can you put a not on the shipment that says, "Fed-ex, if delivering after 8am, just open business door and leave inside." We're in the back even though the business doesn't open until 10am, but we never hear anyone! It's so strange!
Me: Will do...your cc number?
WOCA: Okay, it's 1234 5678 9123 4567 , expires 1/20, code on the back 123. Oh, and if you need to call the company and they ask you what my mothers maiden name is,it's Johnson. And my husbands name is Mervin, and I know you're in Canada and there are so many parts in this shipment, so I'll just call them and tell them to authorize any charges in Canada for a weekor so.
Me: Thank you ma'am, but that's not necessary. MY I have your email address?
WOCA: What? My email address. No. I don't give that out.
Me: We'll be sending you your tracking information via email so you can see where your shipment is.
WOCA: Well that's too bad hunny, you'll just have to mail it to me, my email is private; and I don't trust giving it out to any business.

So after giving me, a trusted business associate, but essentially a stranger,enough information to rob her blind and destroy her credit for years to come...she doesn't want to give me her email address because....she's worried about? What? I have never figured this out. I come across this once a week or more.

Seriously people, talk to your mothers about this.



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 06:47 AM
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a reply to: Atsbhct

Egads, talk about not seeing the forest through the trees.

The other major disconnect is this fad (hopefully) of people using social media and freely discussing all manner of confidential information.

Remember when people used to send emails containing their CC #s in the clear?




posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 06:50 AM
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Everything you type into a computer or cell phone is monitored no matter what the layers of protection you believe are in place.

Note how many public scandals occur from disclosure of such things as emails or other forms of surveillance

It is a double edged sword ... Those with nefarious plans for Humanity can be brought to heel ... one's personal information can be used against one by those who have access to this technology ...
Everyone has secrets and everyone knows what their secrets are ... they do not need telling
World leaders and influencers are not immune ...

The technology is spoon fed to them and their agencies ... and the public receives a watered down version which is decades behind what is secretly used.

Of course the public are suspicious yet it is governments and world influencers who have the most to lose
They do not control those who created and own the technology and work secretly behind the scenes ... they are controlled by it ... in a way you could say they are mind controlled

The only thing those in power fear is death and loss of power and will do anything to ensure they keep their power
A single email disclosed to the public could bring them down
Shame is a most powerful emotion



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 06:51 AM
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a reply to: greencmp

Yes! I can remember faxing my credit card to a business when I had to purchase a bridesmaid dress from California.



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 08:11 AM
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a reply to: lucifuge

Dont forget each of your credit cards also has been , or will be chipped straight away. You will not be able to perform a transaction without someone knowing where and when you are...sound familiar?



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 09:29 AM
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I have to carry a mobile for work. I think a lot of people are in this situation where you always feel like you're on the clock because you know someone could call you at any moment.

If it wasn't for work, I could go without a mobile, no problem. I intentionally spend time in the mountains in places with no reception. It's almost become ritualistic for me. I highly recommend it.



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 09:42 AM
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but rather we have a chipped device most of us literally can't live without - a cellphone.

Thats my approach, too. People worry about being chipped like pets and convicts, I think thats too obvious to most minds as the mark of the beast thing (none shall buy or sell without it?).

Chipping our stuff like phones cars, credit cards will be good enough. Tracking our every purchase, location and movement is a complex but simple thing almost in place, now.

Cameras everywhere, facial recognition software at store bank and venue thresholds. Our TV's, cell phones, car keys, garage remotes, automobiles, license and credit cards sending out radio frequency signals to be scanned.

Don't forget about tags in clothing…

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posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 02:20 PM
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originally posted by: TheGreazel
Older generations still have the luck they experienced living without these tools , I am from 86 and we did not have Internet when I was young or gps , we had to use maps and books and rely on your own knowledge now everything is on your phone a click away I often wonder what would happen to the current generation if the access to this source of unlimited info disappears , would they be able to adapt ?


I was born in the early 80's. I am grateful that I lived in a generation before widespread computer, cell phone, and internet use. I didn't have my first cell phone until I was about 21. I also didn't have my first personal computer until I was 24.



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 03:23 PM
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originally posted by: Quetzalcoatl14

originally posted by: TheGreazel
Older generations still have the luck they experienced living without these tools , I am from 86 and we did not have Internet when I was young or gps , we had to use maps and books and rely on your own knowledge now everything is on your phone a click away I often wonder what would happen to the current generation if the access to this source of unlimited info disappears , would they be able to adapt ?


I was born in the early 80's. I am grateful that I lived in a generation before widespread computer, cell phone, and internet use. I didn't have my first cell phone until I was about 21. I also didn't have my first personal computer until I was 24.


I was also born in the 80's- and we had computers since I was very young. I remember transferring .bat games between computers on the 5.25" floppy disks, and I remember getting a yahoo screen name when the service was launched back in '98 or so.
Been on IRC many, many years.


It's been quite a journey watching the world be swept off its feet by this stuff- and the tide is moving faster than anyone realizes.



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 03:45 PM
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originally posted by: lordcomac

originally posted by: Quetzalcoatl14

originally posted by: TheGreazel
Older generations still have the luck they experienced living without these tools , I am from 86 and we did not have Internet when I was young or gps , we had to use maps and books and rely on your own knowledge now everything is on your phone a click away I often wonder what would happen to the current generation if the access to this source of unlimited info disappears , would they be able to adapt ?


I was born in the early 80's. I am grateful that I lived in a generation before widespread computer, cell phone, and internet use. I didn't have my first cell phone until I was about 21. I also didn't have my first personal computer until I was 24.


I was also born in the 80's- and we had computers since I was very young. I remember transferring .bat games between computers on the 5.25" floppy disks, and I remember getting a yahoo screen name when the service was launched back in '98 or so.
Been on IRC many, many years.


It's been quite a journey watching the world be swept off its feet by this stuff- and the tide is moving faster than anyone realizes.


We had a computer in the house since I was young, so I definitely had exp with computers.

But even with all of that. Most people didn't have cell phones until the 2000's. And then smart phones are recent. Facebook didn't exist before 2004 or 2005. Etc.



posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 07:41 PM
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We voluntarily carry cell phones. Of course they would use Em as tracking devices. My cousin says TPTB can even activate your phone with a dead battery and operate it anywhere and tap into the mic at any given moment.



posted on Jun, 5 2015 @ 02:54 AM
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lol you lot make me feel real old saying you were born in the 80's and remember a time before the internet or cellphones. I was born in the 70's and remember a world with no remote tv, no luxury of having a landline phone at home.

Think You Can't Be Tracked Through Your Smartphone On A Subway With No Cell Signal Or GPS? Think Again



posted on Jun, 5 2015 @ 03:37 AM
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a reply to: lucifuge

If you want to microchip everyone and you tried to make it compulsory, the masses might resist but if you make it a craze or just tag the microchip on to something they all have then they will become 'trained up' to accept it without mumer.

then you take away the 'something' carrying it and put the tag on or in them, then have already be 3/4 'trained up' to accept it hence little or no resistance. (similar to weaning a child off its dummy)

These people had " microchip the masses" planned as an outcome 30 years ago.

same thing with a cashless society. Sorry about getting off topic slightly but just drawing a pararell to readers see how these things work.

Cash cannot be traced to anyone
signing a credit card slip is a hit n miss affair
PIN numbers enable the transaction to be traced to 2-3 people but still not enough to lead to conviction
cashless provides 100% traceability to you and only you and it will lead to automatic conviction.

They will be able to account for every single cent the state, an employer or anyone else gives you and for each and every cent you spent. Each and every 'un-authorised' transaction will be known at the press of the enter key and you will have some explaining to do.

Welcome to their vision splendid ...... almost realised.

It enables a life long 100% accurate finanical transaction history from begining to end of life. It also makes it impossible for you an



posted on Jun, 5 2015 @ 03:49 AM
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a reply to: Azureblue

Not to mention the economics and logistics. It would be an undertaking of unprecedented expense and proportion to forcibly chip the entire population of a state, much less a country. An entity would have to finance the cost of it all, and then hire a huge army to force compliance, a mechanism to track and hunt those who have not been chipped, pay countless medical professionals to implant devices - and so forth. THEN there is the cost of maintaining it all and upgrading the chips every time a better version was developed. Back to square "one" over and over again.

But put the chip in an iPhone or a Galaxy? And not only do people camp out for the right to PAY FOR IT ( and pay out of the nose ) but they also pay for all upgrades, maintenance, and the cost of monthly service themselves.

And the telecoms make a KILLING in the process.

I mean, as a parent, I used a bit of reverse psychology to get kids to do what I wanted them to by telling them NOT to, or vice-versa... but this... THIS... just plain brilliant!

Hell, I'm paranoid, educated, and aware of a fair amount of the nefariousness involved - and here I sit, online, using a high end computer with two cell phones, a laptop, and four tablets all within ten feet of me. LOL

It's pure genius.



posted on Jun, 5 2015 @ 03:56 AM
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originally posted by: Hefficide
a reply to: Azureblue

Not to mention the economics and logistics. It would be an undertaking of unprecedented expense and proportion to forcibly chip the entire population of a state, much less a country. An entity would have to finance the cost of it all, and then hire a huge army to force compliance, a mechanism to track and hunt those who have not been chipped, pay countless medical professionals to implant devices - and so forth. THEN there is the cost of maintaining it all and upgrading the chips every time a better version was developed. Back to square "one" over and over again..

I mean, as a parent, I used a bit of reverse psychology to get kids to do what I wanted them to by telling them NOT to, or vice-versa... but this... THIS... just plain brilliant!

Well; they could put it in a vaccine.

Hell, I'm paranoid, educated, and aware of a fair amount of the nefariousness involved - and here I sit, online, using a high end computer with two cell phones, a laptop, and four tablets all within ten feet of me. LOL

It's pure genius.




posted on Jun, 5 2015 @ 04:07 AM
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I see people texting on their damned cell phones all of the time! Using them to browse the web on a vision-damaging screen! I think that technology has isolated people these days... It used to be that you could walk up to a person and start a conversation about something appropriate, and they would participate. Now, people look at you like you're a zombie or freak when you walk up and talk to them "out of nowhere"!

I don't appreciate the cell-phone revolution ONE BIT! You have people trying to play video games on them, as if they could satisfy that experience (without actual buttons)! They might do ok for video games, but my personal preference would be a Nintendo DS, 3DS, or PS Vita (even though it's almost dead)!

Sometimes when I see people tapping away on their cellphones, I would just like to rip it out of their hands and stomp it to pieces! Call me crazy, but I think it is a MAJOR thing that is part of the degradation of society. I will not ever have a "smart" phone. You know how many people that have those that I've seen the safe-t glass smashed on? It's ridiculous. They are overpriced, and the manufacturers of them think they will replace the personal computer! When Apple comes out with their "newest" version of the Iphone, they usually have the next version preparing the production specs!

"Smart" phones have even ruined beloved gaming companies that USED to make good games, like Konami. They say "video gaming is moving to the "smart" phone". I guess they're making money that way, but it's sad!

I wouldn't mind if that industry failed completely. The sad thing is that I have actually seen people that are more in love with their phone than their significant other! Sometimes, I wish I could go back to the 70's, even though that's before I was born! Sad but true... Rant over




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