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Originally posted by In nothing we trust
People will give up thier freedom to be safe from the terrorists, and the terrorists will be the only ones who will actually be free.
[edit on 26-11-2006 by In nothing we trust]
Originally posted by gtirlad
this card is to be introduced sometime in the year 2008, coincidence?
Im not saying I believe persay the whole Beast Prophecy in bible but wouldn't it be a waste of time trying to implement something so obvious as the RFID chip if half the worlds population ( Christians ) knew of it and would reject it ?
If the evil one is so clever then wouldn't he surely come up with something more henious and less obvious ? and I thought it had to be voluntarily accepted by the recipient so perhaps forcibly making people take the chip would also invalidate this choice aspect ?.
Meanwhile, the chips that will go into ID cards and into our passports contain information that can easily be obtained, and potentially duplicated, by outside sources. Porter argues that in the not too distant future terrorists will be able to furnish themselves with the perfect alibi and hiding place. They will be able to take the data from the chips we will all be required to carry, and become us.
As Porter asks: "Is this really what we want for ourselves?"
Originally posted by seridium
just think if they make everyone of us get one and we all just destroyed the rfid with a magnet what the heck could they do?