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FDA Approves Radio Frequency ID (RFID) Tags For Human Implantation

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posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 04:03 PM
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FDA Approves Radio Frequency ID (RFID) Tags For Human Implantation


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Devices the size of a grain of rice that are implanted with a needle.

The US Food and Drug Administration has so far only approved "passive" tags for human implantation which cannot be altered once inserted and have a limited capacity and transmission range.

The FDA may eventually approve "active" devices which contain internal batteries and can be updated.
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posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 04:03 PM
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So the technology exists. If it exists openly we know that it has existed for at least 20 years under Government secrecy.

All it takes is a shot. For all we know if we have had an injection or shot in the past, like so-called: required vaccinations... then we possibly could already have implants monitoring us for the government.

If you have had a shot, surgery, or any procedure where you are left unconscious.... consider that you possibly have been chipped.

Publicly the NWO controlled FDA will continue to pretend to have the best intentions for the citizenry of the US, but it surely will approve and possibly eventually require medical implants for all US citizens.

Hypothetically: A sweeping Medical Insurance program to reform the failed state of US healthcare which covers all US citizens: requires RFID implantation.

Would you sign up?


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apc

posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 06:19 PM
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Failed state of US healthcare? I assume you mean after Hillary implements socialized healthcare... as it stands right now works great for me.

The needle required to inject an RFID tag is quite large. You would know you were being injected with something other than a flu shot...

We've been injecting our pets with RFID tags for several years now. I'm glad the FDA has approved them. It means they should be safe. In the states that have not yet banned forced implantation in humans, employees that are required to get implanted for corporate security reasons can rest assured their chip most likely won't give them cancer.



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