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Verichips wants to chip every U.S Solider

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posted on Aug, 24 2006 @ 05:12 AM
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Do you remember when implanting chips in humans was laughed at and pushed aside as rubbish by people. Well its coming and its only a matter of time. If this comes in and the U.S has a draft that is a mass chipping spree!


A Florida company wants to get under the skin of 1.4 million U.S. servicemen and women.

VeriChip Corp, based in Delray Beach, Fla., and described by the D.C. Examiner as "one of the most aggressive marketers of radio frequency identification chips," is hoping to convince the Pentagon to allow them to insert the chips, known as RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chips under the skin of the right arms of U.S. servicemen and servicewomen to enable them to scan an arm and obtain that person’s identity and medical history. The chips would replace the legendary metal dog tags that have been worn by U.S. military personnel since 1906


www.newsmax.com...

I am certain it will come into force soon. Does anyone still doubt 'they' want to put chips in us?




posted on Aug, 25 2006 @ 09:25 PM
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No, I never doubted it. Its pretty disturbing. For starters, even people who volunteer for service are considered government propert, and would not have any right to object. A draft would be a great way to start systematically chipping people.

I remember long ago hearing about this as a possibility when I was in the army, but people thought, no way.



posted on Aug, 25 2006 @ 09:36 PM
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The only way this would help is for medical info, if you're injured in the field all the medic would have to do is scan your arm and he has all he needs to know, even if you're incapacitated, currently you carry a card with your medical info. Or this can help to field identify bodies, until DNA tests can be done.

I’m not arguing for or against this in terms of is it ethical, moral or "right", just pointing out some of the applications for it.

However what I do want on every US soldier is a smart GPS chip embedded in their clothes and stuff so that if one of them gets captured the US know exactly where he/she is, and the commanders know where their forces are in the battle field with more detail.

[edit on 25-8-2006 by WestPoint23]



posted on Aug, 26 2006 @ 02:03 AM
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Originally posted by WestPoint23
However what I do want on every US soldier is a smart GPS chip embedded in their clothes and stuff so that if one of them gets captured the US know exactly where he/she is, and the commanders know where their forces are in the battle field with more detail.


That would be a much less 'sinister' approach. Although I guess if the enemy got wise to it they would strip the prisoner and the U.S would end up chasing a ghost.

So under the skin it is....! Still again, I guess it would be cut out by an enemy doctor unless rescue forces were lightening fast. Tricky one that.

[edit on 26-8-2006 by 7th_Chakra]



posted on Aug, 26 2006 @ 02:34 AM
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Ask anyone in the military what music predominates?

Country, right?

Okay that means Bible belt, right?

"Mark of the beast," things such as "verichip," are not going to be welcome.

[edit on 26-8-2006 by SkipShipman]



posted on Aug, 26 2006 @ 02:41 AM
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Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
A draft would be a great way to start systematically chipping people.

I may have my thought confused with a different story, but if not .......... just recently, was the idea of a mandetory 2yr service term for US citizens mentioned by someone in the current administration?

Misfit



posted on Aug, 26 2006 @ 02:51 AM
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might even be able to be used for weapons one day to help decrease friendly fire if a friendly weapon gets pointed at you the chip might be able to set of some kind of alarm so the person firing knows it is a friendly.



posted on Aug, 26 2006 @ 04:17 AM
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Aw man! Dog Tags get chicks! bummer....



posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 12:46 PM
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i think its a good idea in a way i mean its one step closer to a New World Order and i support that just avoid letting the enemy no about the chips or you could just send soldiers to fight in large groups that way the chance of them being captuard is lower....so many possabilitys....all the awsners will come clear at one point watch the future it tells all



posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 01:09 PM
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Maybe I'm just stuck on the mark of the beast thing but I just got a gut feeling that it's not a good thing.



posted on Aug, 30 2006 @ 10:59 PM
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Both of my dogs have been chipped, but that's a far cry from doing it to people! As for reading medical history - that would be a really bad idea if that info got into the wrong hands.

As far as I'm concerned this sort of technology should continue to go to the dogs, literally.



posted on Sep, 1 2006 @ 01:05 AM
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How ironic that I should see this thread.

During my out-processing from the Army (Ft Benning, 30th AG), I got to walk around with some NCOs while they gave some civilian TRADOC people a tour of the reception facility, which is basically the main building where fresh recruits get their BDUs, medical evals, and all that. (For those not in the know, TRADOC is a really important-sounding name for the branch of the gov't that basically writes manuals for the armed forces.) During a short stop in the vaccination room, the civilian escort to TRADOC mentioned the need for rennovation of "needle central", which is one of many nicknames for the room that's full of people waiting to give you shots. The conversation wasn't exactly crazy secretive, since it was taking place as we walked throughout 30AG, and I was just a hardline E-4 without a clearance, but the voice level definately dropped when the subject of "chipping" came up.

In all honesty, I was stoked that I'd soon be coming home to the wife and son, so eavesdropping wasn't on my priority list. But from the sound of the conversation, chipping of all US Armed Forces is being seriously considered, if not already in the works. I'm inclined to believe that once the most efficient and cost-effective method of implementation is on the table, chipping begins.

Again, I doubt this was classified information, given the environment it was being discussed in. But ironic that I should have heard that and then register today and find this post, so I thought it worth mentioning.



posted on Sep, 1 2006 @ 01:22 AM
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i can't believe anyone is even analyzing the potential benefits of this.

it's #ing disturbing.



posted on Sep, 1 2006 @ 01:32 AM
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Originally posted by WestPoint23
...if you're injured in the field all the medic would have to do is scan your arm and he has all he needs to know...

Doesn't do much good if the soldier's arm got blown off & lost in the field, huh?
For that matter, what if the whole platoon gets blown to shreds by a missle? How are they going to figure out which chips (if they're ever recovered, that is) belong to which body parts?


Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
A draft would be a great way to start systematically chipping people.

True...Unless the military would kindly remove it just as the soldier was about to be discharged back into the civilian sector.

...................Riiiiiiiiiight..............



Originally posted by StephenR
i think its a good idea in a way i mean its one step closer to a New World Order and i support that......

Support the NWO? Then you must be already at the top of the pecking order or you may as well resign yourself to either getting culled from the population or wind up in abject slavery.

...Still support the NWO now?



posted on Sep, 1 2006 @ 07:44 AM
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Originally posted by MidnightDStroyer
Doesn't do much good if the soldier's arm got blown off & lost in the field, huh?


If the arm that the chip is in gets "blown off" then yes it wouldn't do you much good, nothing is perfect. However we can always try multiple tagging.



Originally posted by MidnightDStroyer
For that matter, what if the whole platoon gets blown to shreds by a missle? How are they going to figure out which chips (if they're ever recovered, that is) belong to which body parts?


Why would they even try that? If the conditions do not permit the use of these chips for identifying then they'd just try to identify them the way they do now, DNA tests.



posted on Sep, 1 2006 @ 07:53 AM
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Originally posted by WestPoint23
The only way this would help is for medical info, if you're injured in the field all the medic would have to do is scan your arm and he has all he needs to know, even if you're incapacitated, currently you carry a card with your medical info. Or this can help to field identify bodies, until DNA tests can be done.

I’m not arguing for or against this in terms of is it ethical, moral or "right", just pointing out some of the applications for it.

However what I do want on every US soldier is a smart GPS chip embedded in their clothes and stuff so that if one of them gets captured the US know exactly where he/she is, and the commanders know where their forces are in the battle field with more detail.

[edit on 25-8-2006 by WestPoint23]


One word..... Done.



posted on Sep, 12 2006 @ 12:09 PM
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i never doubted that this technology would come into effect sometime in the near future. and like most people i find it extremely disturbing that anyone could consider chipping anyone.



posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 12:30 AM
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It's not as bad as you people think.

People chip themselves for various reasons just for the benefits. I saw somewhere a guy had a electronic lock machine on his front door to his house. Instead of a metal key that can get lost, worn out, bent, or stolen, he can just wave his hand over the door and it unlocks, like magic.


The mark of the beast is talked about in the Bible, but it says NOTHING about a chip. The mark of the beast is 666. Unless you get the mark of the beast printed on your forehead or your right hand, you are ok.

Just read this:

www.av1611.org...

They explain that in the Bible the mark of the beast is a personal mark.

Rev 14:9 "his mark"
Rev 14:11 "mark of his name"
Rev 15:2 "his mark"
Rev 16:2 "the mark of the beast"
Rev 19:20 "the mark of the beast"
Rev 20:4 "his mark"

That would mean the mark would be the same on everyone if they had the mark of the beast. It would be more like a logo, icon, or symbol of some sort. A verichip is just a device, each one will be unique for each person. No biggy.

I think if any of you have actually read the Bible, you would know a microchip is not the mark of the beast. Nor will it act as the mark of the beast.



posted on Sep, 14 2006 @ 04:51 AM
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Mark = etch , brand, tatoo and further investigation of the root words also means split. So the Verichip could be the mark.



posted on Sep, 14 2006 @ 05:16 AM
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Originally posted by BentBucket
Mark = etch , brand, tatoo and further investigation of the root words also means split. So the Verichip could be the mark.


No it can't be the mark. You are thinking WAY to broadly. You are saying, if I got the US Navy SEAL Trident tattoo on my right hand, it would be the mark of the beast? My dog has a microchip on her forehead for identification purposes, does that mean she has the mark of the beast? NO. Unless I get a tattoo of 666 on my right hand, or my dogs microchip is encoded to read 666, then, its not the mark of the beast, because it doesn't have the beasts logo.

The verichip is NOT the mark of the beast, it is simply technology of the future. Just like people who lost their arms and legs that have electromechanical replacements. Or pacemakers installed inside someones chest to jump start their heart if they have a heart attack..... Sooner or later, people will have devices in their eyes to make them see better. It's nothing more than that..


Trust me, you will know the mark of the beast when you see it. It will be a mark that means ONE thing, nothing more.




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