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Chip Implants could be a key issue in 2008!

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posted on Nov, 27 2006 @ 02:57 PM
Tommy Thomson, A former (R)Governor from the state of Wisconsin (1987-2001), who later became *Secretary of Health and Human Services* (Feb 2,01 - Jan 26,05) recently announced (Nov 15) on CNN that he is establishing an exploratory commission for a Presidential bid in '08.

What's really disturbing about this is after Thompson left his post in the Bush Cabinet, he moved into the private-sector and joined the board of directors for a company called Applied Digital Solutions. This company has dedicated it's existence to "enslavement technologies", or as they like to call it, " Developing security products for consumer, commercial, and government sector worldwide". Among many of their "Solutions" or products is a tiny RFID enabled microchip called Verichip - the human-implant.

Not only has Thompson suggested replacing every pair of Army dog tags w/ this chip, but he's even called for every American to be chipped to link us w/ our medical records. He continues to urge the public to accept the Verichip, even though he has yet to take one, even after stating in July 05 that he himself would be chipped. He stands to make millions should their be a mandate requiring the population to be chipped, and he is seeking the highest office in the land (if not the world!).

You can breathe a sigh of relief though because Thomson doesn't stand a snowball's chance in hell of securing the GOP nomination, let alone the White House. But one thing is for sure: This is definitly a sign of the times...end times that is....

This is one of those topics where it is so crucial to get as much perspective as one possibly can. So if you have any knowledge, or ideas of your own don't be afraid to share them. Are people who fear such things superstitous and/or paranoid, or is this is the fulfillment of the most famous of all Revelations: The Mark of the Beast. Or does this not even matter. What say you?

[edit on 11/27/06 by Calm Anomaly]

posted on Nov, 28 2006 @ 02:03 AM
nice, do you have a link to the source?

I wonder if we will hear anything in the media, i somehow dont think so.

posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 06:47 PM
I agree FunnyMonk. I dont believe that we will hear from the media. This will pass from the media's point of view and move onto other things in life. If it were really all that important to the media they would pay attention to the news but seeing as how they dont, then they dont!

posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 06:56 PM
I really hope that this is completely false, but I know it's a big chance. Since I believe in what the Bible Prophesised I think that this would likely be the mark of the beast. Whether it is, or isn't it's still an awful idea and I don't like having the government know my everymove and having access to all my personel finances.

I personally will NOT allow anyone to put a chip in my body, so I'm guessing that could lead to imprisonment, what do you guys think will happen, and what would you do during this situation?

posted on Dec, 5 2006 @ 07:54 PM
I don't think it would be the Mark of the Beast because the Mark is supposed to be under a worldwide government, but it is certainly a stepping stone to it and I would reject such a measure regardless of whether it was the Mark or not.

posted on Dec, 6 2006 @ 10:13 PM
I think that the government will be worldwide before they make it mandatory. Or atleast it's a possibility.

posted on Dec, 7 2006 @ 01:08 PM
There are two sides to this I feel.

One, it could actually help with security and medical issues. If these chips have tracking devices, then if someone goes missing you can locate them globally in an instant (Assuming the chip hasn't been removed, willingly or otherwise). For health benefits, in the event of an emergency, paramedics and doctors can obtain your medical records in a flash (Blood type, allergies etc).

On the other hand I can see it being abused easily. Like anyone else I don't like the idea of some stranger knowing everything about me.

Instead of immediately viewing this topic with disdain or fear I would suggest look at it from all points of view, and then decide when the time comes.

How can they make it mandatory anyway?

Also, does anyone know if this is planned for Canada too?

posted on Dec, 7 2006 @ 01:51 PM
i don't see why alot of people are calling RFID the mark of the beast and the best one so far is that they are enslavement devices!!!

I have had a RFID tag in my right hand for almost a year now, i use it to make tasks easier in my day to day life e.g. i don't need any key to access or drive my car i use my RFID tag, also with my computer i log onto windows by placing my hand over the reader and the same to log into websites

just my 2p

posted on Dec, 7 2006 @ 02:02 PM
Well, maybe people are calling such devices the Mark of the Beast because it has so many of the characteristics. The Book of Revelation talks about how without the mark, no one will be able to buy or sell. Clearly the mark will not be begun with the spoken intent of "keeping track of everyone", it will come about as a matter of commercial convenience.

As I said, I don't believe that current devices are THE Mark because they're not forced and they're not on a worldwide scale, but I still wouldn't accept it as a matter of principle. I think it's disgusting that government can already keep track of us as much as it does. Social Security numbers, Driver's License numbers, License plate numbers, everything is a number so that you can be easily kept track of. Not to mention cameras on every traffic light. Big Brother is out there, and it's not just George Bush as many would have you to believe. It's government in general, no matter who controls it.

Unless we fight, it's inevitable that we will soon be part of a police state. Indeed, we already are.

posted on Dec, 7 2006 @ 10:00 PM
The damn mark will come disguised as a great thing for mankind.

It will not be advertised as the Mark.

The frightening part is to see people on this post already indifferent to it.

That is how it will probably happen, first a few get it. They state what a wonderful thing this is. Now a few more, again stating how great life is with this thing. Then the masses get it. Now only a few of us are left refusing to get it. Then---- It becomes the legal tender of the nation, possibly the world. You get it or you are a fugitive.

I will never accept this device or anything similar. Weve been warned in the Book.


posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 12:37 PM
Sorry if I sound like an arse but the implantable chips are just RFID tags. The name Verichip is one of the main companies, another is Digital Angel, that are developing the implantable chip.

[edit on 8-12-2006 by UDM]

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 01:51 PM
wolfpack 51

"Weve been warned in the Book"

so if i wright a book saying how good it is and we should all get one will you then get one beacuse you read it from a book!!!

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 01:53 PM
Nothing is going to happen.

Even if it does and we are all implanted with chips, there will be too much chaos for the US government to handle and they will cancel it all.

There isn't going to be a NWO.

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 02:01 PM
I think you know what he means. He just voices it through religion. I'm not religious, but I don't want to be marked like this either. I'd hate to have all of my personal info at the call of someone with an RFID scanner. Plus, whats's to stop them from putting a scanner in every doorway, on ever streetcorner, and in every home.

However, it would be an amazing coincidence if it did end up just like it said in revelations twouldn't it?

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 05:59 PM
convenience, one of the key factors to the downfall of man.

I think that really sums it up on my views toward these technologies that will "make our lives easier"

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 06:07 PM
The chips for medical records will be pushed into us just like the way government has pushed other tracking devises.

Just remember that since the 90s the littler black boxes on your car where only experimental.

Then the GPS systems ON START, they are now a common feature.

And the darn black boxes are in almost all vehicles with you wanting them or not and if you try to disconect them your car will not work.

Now the black boxes can be taken and use against you in a court of law, if somebody die in an accident that you caused.

But what they do not tell you is that is just the beginning the littler boxes will soon be used for about anything else that will be deemed for your best interest and the public inclurding insurance rates and speeding tickets tracking.

And you have no choice.
The chips will be next.

[edit on 8-12-2006 by marg6043]

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 07:56 PM
Even if these chips are not "the mark of the beast". The government will know everything possible about you. Total loss of freedom. So will you subject yourself to that?

I wonder if the chips would be so advanced they could possibly read what mood you're in, blood preasure, and further down the line, your thought patterns. I've done no serious research on the chips themselves so I have little knowledge, what do you think about these possibilities?

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 01:53 PM
i think some of you are getting a little excited about the hole NWO topic. How would the U.S. government go about tracking 300 million people, have they got the resources?

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 02:13 PM
Do you have any pictures of what the Chips would look like? Would they be neural implants, or implants in the body, such as arm or leg areas.

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 08:47 PM

i think some of you are getting a little excited about the hole NWO topic. How would the U.S. government go about tracking 300 million people, have they got the resources?

If a chip in your body can control your banking, electrical appliances in the home, turning cars on and off, ect. why couldn't it track everyone of those 300 million people.

Sometimes people do take this stuff pretty serious, but if we don't, how many more rights will we lose?

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