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You are already RFID chipped

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posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 10:27 PM
Well its here Folks while everyone is worried about the needle chips being injected they are not aware of these chips they are really using.

They do not care about real ID thats the distraction.

Your Shaving cream Baby similac are already chipped publicly.

I have taken apart these products and found nothing that looks like this.

The RFID they use are the sme size as a grain of sand they are sown into your clothes severel of them.

They are shot into you when you go to any hospital giving blood etc. Medical shot whatever.

Here is a picture of a chip on a product its under there emblems head.

Your Clothes Food Medical supplies are all being chipped without any of you knowing.

The RFID there showing now are from the 1970's
Remember all technology is 30 yrs behind the military.

This is what is in your shampoo clothes baby food.
Blood semen anyway they can get you chipped.

I am probally chipped already from recent dental work.

Can you detect the RFID chip embedded on your product coffee filling bood transfusion.

Flu shots etc.

.05-mm Square Super Micro RFID Tag, 'Further Size Reductions in Mind

I do believe that is half a grain of sand and is getting smaller?

half a millimeter by half a millimeter.

this is the RFID chip they have put in all of us already.

The REAL ID they don't care about.

The Real chip could be a dot on the I

Trust in god?

[edit on 20-9-2007 by infamouskiller]

posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 11:08 PM
So, what do we do about it. Seriously, what DO we do?

I've been entertaining the thought of living in a cave somewhere. I don't like being watched all the time.

Not that I could really hide anywhere, but it's a nice thought.

posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 11:43 PM
So? I have yet to see the harm of RFID chips. So the government knows where I buy my underwear. I really don't care. The only ones who care are the ones that have something to hide.

posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 11:50 PM
Okay, so we're all chipped and the government has no way of knowing which chips are in which person. So what would be the point? If I buy a shirt with a RF chip in it, how will they know WHICH shirt it is that I purchased in a rack of 50 shirts?

The only result of all of this is that they would have 10 zillion dots on a screen and not know who is who and which is which.

Even then, are they GPS capable? Why would they want to be able to track 300 million people? Wouldn't someone, anyone have come across one of these chips by now? Wouldn't they wash out of your clothes/malfunction when washed?

They wouldn't want to chip people unless they wanted to watch them. My 2¢.

Egbert - RFID chips are bad because they're supposed to eventually link all your personal information to a PIN. The chips lack in security as well, so it leaves the potential for all your health, financial, personal business to be lifted off of you without your knowing.

[edit on 9/19/07 by Angry Danish]

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 12:01 AM
the opening clip in this video has rockefeller buddy in it.

O boy this is gonna be good ha

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 02:52 AM

Trojan Condums RFID tracked so we know where your privates are at all times.

a SE johnson and johson comapny
a family company

whos family?

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 02:53 AM
Sadly this is reality!!!!

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 09:06 AM
reply to post by TheLoony

Anything, and you can hide anywhere you want. If you disobey their rules, then you will simply be shut off from the grid. You won't be able to use cash, medical facilities, schools, public transport. Anything you can think of that is in a modern city, it's out of reach for you. You can go live off in a cave, or wherever you want, it doesn't matter to them.

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 09:55 AM
Though I don't want to discount the possibility that the gmint wants to chip folks, these RFID chips in things you buy at the store are:

1. for inventory and tracking purposes at the store.
2. short range only.

Of course doesn't mean they couldn't extend the range, but I seriously doubt that anyone is able to scan for them once out of the store.

Anyone know any real specifics on them?

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 10:36 AM
So we all have these chips on us or in us. Probably dozens of them. The govt tracks all these chips. And they don't have the faintest idea who has which chip or how many chips we have ......

Still, if they want to track me via a chip in my underwear they'll have a shock when I throw my underwear out (without telling 'em) and it ends up in a landfill site .... and as for the one they put in my food which I just fed to a sparrow .... or the bottle of shampoo I accidently dropped over the side of a boat ....

I know the NWO are incompetent morons, but frankly even they're not that stupid!

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:56 PM
The chip is a hot topic... alway has been always will. There's not much middle ground in discussing being chipped... it's a passionate yea or nay.

People must understand that it's not the chips that are getting placed into USB cable packaging, not the chips in the underwear, nor the chips in the can that holds the baby formula that should be the concern. These chips are simply marketing tools. No more, no less.

The chips that should worry you, are the chips that possibly (hasn't been determined yet that I'm aware of) would end up in your Real ID Card. There, working in conjunction with personal identification, is where the problem lies.

The Real ID includes:

(b) MINIMUM DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS.—To meet the requirements
of this section, a State shall include, at a minimum, the
following information and features on each driver’s license and
identification card issued to a person by the State:
(1) The person’s full legal name.
(2) The person’s date of birth.
(3) The person’s gender.
(4) The person’s driver’s license or identification card
(5) A digital photograph of the person.
(6) The person’s address of principle residence.
(7) The person’s signature.
(8) Physical security features designed to prevent tampering,
counterfeiting, or duplication of the document for
fraudulent purposes.
(9) A common machine-readable technology, with defined
minimum data elements.
source - page 82

Number nine is where the RFID chipping could fall in. There has not been a determination as of yet, saying exactly what this "machine-readable technology" shall consist of.

This is not an issue of "The only ones who care are the ones that have something to hide." This is an issue that's infringing the freedoms and rights of those that have nothing to hide. You have a right not to be tracked. The Constitution provides the people freedoms from an intrusive Government. It's not a matter of whether or not you're hiding something. It's a matter of freedoms that exist as a basic right owned by each and every one of us as we are born.

"So, what do we do about it."

We have these rights... we have the right to keep these rights. We have the right to protect these rights. And we have the right to tell the Federal Government, "No... I will not be chipped, tracked, monitored, nor inquisitioned without due charge."

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 04:13 PM
all of our cash will be chipped and your purchses will tag your chip wih your d as well as credit and other sources.

Do you know what the security measure re mentio in yur post retinal scan and finger print.
and a RFID chip

mainly this one a Dot n the I
cause wee watching you!!!

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 04:18 PM
OK, this is probably naive, but what if you simply put your card in a shielded bag, either something similar to a Faraday cage or a lead impregnated type of plastic bag? Don't they ship PC parts in bags like this?

When they're put in passports is there any requirement that the passport not be stored in a safe, where most people store them (at home or in a bank safety deposit box)?

I'd think it would just be a simple matter of shielding these cards or passports to prevent tracking. What is the stated purpose of them anyway? Aren't they ostensibly just used to ease scanning of the passport at check in?

I don't think there is any requirement that they be 'available' for background surveillance.

Not trying to discount the conspiracy theories - just wondering about the practicality of it.

Though they might be able to block your card I don't think it would be feasible to do anything because your card was (accidentally?) shielded.

Most things like this where -everyone- is chipped would have the same problem of any other 'system' - if there's too many, (along with all the 'problems') then that prevents it from working very well as a control device.

Of course, implanted chips might be different.

Just a thought.

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 04:47 PM
Badge01, you pose an excellent question/view on the topic, however, there needs to be an understanding of where the RFID chip will become beneficial to the Government... which is why we're heading down that road in the first place.

The purpose of the Real ID is to centralize personal identification, which will end up supporting things from credit cards, drivers licensing, to passports. When all those things are finally incorporated into this one card, it will prove to be extremely difficult to "shield bag" your ID, practically speaking, of course.

The stated purpose of the Real ID is as follows:

(3) OFFICIAL PURPOSE.—The term ‘‘official purpose’’ includes
but is not limited to
accessing Federal facilities, boarding federally
regulated commercial aircraft, entering nuclear power
plants, and any other purposes that the Secretary shall determine.
source - page 82

I placed bold print on the important issues.

The link that I've provided goes directly to an official copy of the Real ID Act, which has been signed into law under H.R. 1268, the "Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, 2005".

What I've provided, is by no means a conspiracy theory. It's law. And it all begins next year.

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 04:56 PM
Have any of you seen Leslie Nielsen's visa commercial? He mentioned the chip being in a card, but then he said, "Me, I prefer a lookout for myself"...

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 05:11 PM
You mean, this one.....

Google Video Link

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 05:12 PM
Yep, that's exactly it.

The new beginning

Thanks for adding the video.

[edit on 20-9-2007 by TheoOne]

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 05:18 PM

Originally posted by infamouskiller

I don't know if your intent is to be disingenuous or if you have been misled and don't know any better but the picture is of a surface mount capacitor and not some sort of a chip.

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 05:24 PM

Originally posted by 4thDoctorWhoFan
I don't know if your intent is to be disingenuous or if you have been misled and don't know any better but the picture is of a surface mount capacitor and not some sort of a chip.

Maybe you should do some research as well, Doc.

Smallest RFID chip

This search took me about 30 seconds to enter, retrieve, and hit the quote button.

The world's smallest and thinnest RFID tags were introduced yesterday by Hitachi. Tiny miracles of miniaturization, these RFID chips (Radio Frequency IDentification chips) measure just 0.05 x 0.05 millimeters.
sourced above

posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 05:28 PM
This is very, very scary.
I thought it was just another crazy consoiracy like aliens...little did i know it has a basis in reality.

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