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How are they going to implement Veriship?

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posted on Apr, 5 2008 @ 10:38 PM
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If they announce that tomorrow, everyone must get chipped, then it WILL cause civil disobedience.



If they announced that, starting with 2009, ALL newborns MUST be chipped "for their own protection", it WILL cause civil disobedience.


They have a history of accomplishing goals by using the problem-reaction-solution strategy...

But what exactly will be the problem?




Right now, Verichip is only used for medical reasons and for getting into VIP clubs, and only a few thousand people have them. Yes, some government officials are chipped.




They are currently launching a propaganda campaign, chip your childer so they won't get kidnapped.




If they make the chip mainstream, offer it to everyone who doesn't want their children kidnapped, for free or a small price, I doubt that EVERYONE will take it. 5%? Yes. 50%? No.



Not many parents want to think about, or worse yet, plan for the possibility of something bad happening to their child. But, unfortunately, child abductions, fires and general disasters do happen and parents should be prepared.

CHIP (Child Identification Program) is the most comprehensive identification plan anywhere, and it is coming to Stoughton this weekend.

The program, provided free of charge, offers parents the opportunity to gather several items that could be essential in identifying a child following an unthinkable occurrence.

Pat Small, Stoughton Public Schools nursing director, attended a juvenile justice summit hosted by the Norfolk County District Attorney's office this summer and learned firsthand the importance of CHIP. She decided to bring it to Stoughton through the schools because she felt it was the best way to reach all parents.

"Hopefully all of this information sits in someone's closet and never is needed," said Small, referring to the identifying items generated through the program. "But if they need it, it will be there for them."

During the CHIP event, which will be held on Saturday, Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. at the Gibbons Elementary School, each child is videotaped to capture their appearance, speech, mannerisms and other important characteristics. A dental imprint is taken from each child, which gives both accurate and important information on all children, even those who are losing and gaining teeth. The imprint also gathers very valuable saliva that provides DNA, a state-of-the-art way to positively identify a person. Lastly, the child is fingerprinted - another well- known means of identification.

To get the impression of the teeth, children bite into a little plastic wafer that has been heated enough to mold, but not hot enough to burn, according to local dentist, Dr. Robert Horn.

The impression is put in a plastic bag and given to the parent.

"The prints will change as the child loses teeth and gets more, but the DNA will remain the same," said Horn, who will be volunteering at the event.

"No one wants to think of the terrible things that can happen, but in a case where they do happen, it is important for the parents to have some way to identify the child," said Martin A. Kaplan, another one of several local dentists volunteering time to work at the CHIP event. "This safeguard can provide closure," added Kaplan, who thinks so highly of the identification process that he is now offering dental imprints free of charge to his regular patients.

"I think it is very important for all kids to be protected," said Kaplan.

The event, sponsored by the Stoughton Public Schools, the Massachusetts Freemasons and the Rising Star Lodge in Stoughton, is open to all children in Stoughton 18 years of age or younger. The program is free and all identifying materials from Oct. 16 will be given to parents/guardians for safekeeping. No copies are kept on file, according to Small.

Mike Sammarco, master of the Rising Star Lodge, is helping Small coordinate the event. All of the equipment, including cameras, video tapes, registration forms and materials needed by the dentists, is donated by the Massachusetts Grand Lodge.

"This program provides peace of mind for the parents. Should anything happen to their child, they will have all their records," said Sammarco, noting particularly how important the video is in the case of a missing child. "To have video of the child alone, not from the last birthday party wearing face makeup standing beside a clown, but by themselves showing their mannerisms. It is so important."

Sammarco said it is essential for parents to update the video yearly. He encouraged them to save the tape and bring it to the CHIP event. Volunteers can add the most recent film footage to it.

"When the child is all grown up, they'll get a kick out of watching their video and seeing how they changed from year to year," suggested Sammarco.

The CHIP event is also sponsored by the Massachusetts Dental Society and the Massachusetts Crime Prevention Officers Association.

Hoping that many people take advantage of the program, Small expressed her gratitude to the many volunteers who signed up to make it all possible.

"We are so thankful to the school department for their support and so pleased with all the wonderful people who have agreed to volunteer on a Saturday to do something important for our kids," said Small.

The CHIP event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Gibbons Elementary School on Morton Street. Stoughton Police Juvenile officer Allen Curtis and the following local dentists will be volunteering their time: Dr. Seth Roth, Dr. Paul Niosi, Dr. George Mark, Dr. Martin Kaplan, Dr. Robert Horn and Dr. Andrew Croke.


www.infowars.net...

Another, more effecting propaganda method, is cashless society.



Yes, there will be a national ID card, yes it will be sold to the public.




Yes, it will help the Elite track you. Yes, it will have an RFID chip.


No, you won't be able to buy without it.




Yes, people will take it.












But Verichip has issues...


The public does NOT like a foreign device under their skin. Period.





I would say it MIGHT be implemented by creating a problem of abducted children, but, again, not even 50% will take the chip to protect their child.




And, best of all, if they ATTEMPT to make impossible to buy or sell without a chip, IT WILL CAUSE CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE!




The only way to implement it is gradually, but it beats me how people are going to accept it?




How will they implement the chip?




posted on Apr, 5 2008 @ 10:45 PM
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Issues, yes. Foreign bodies introduced into the human body cause inflamation. With such an object there is a 1% probability of cancer developing in the incistation.

That would be one hell of a lot of cancer with everyone chipped.

I for one will not help the government come up with the fresh hell of a workable scenario for this.

Do not imagine into existance that which you loathe or fear!
The devil is listening.



posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 03:38 PM
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Well... If they manage martial law tactics, they'll just inject us with 'em. Any way to find out how many are being made at this time?

That would be a crucial piece of data.



posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 03:39 PM
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I think it'll start with some sort of ID card before they start implanting it into anyone. I know there's a family that has already had themselves chipped but I think the card will come first.

just my 2 cents

Tela



posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 03:54 PM
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Originally posted by Telafree
I think it'll start with some sort of ID card before they start implanting it into anyone. I know there's a family that has already had themselves chipped but I think the card will come first.

just my 2 cents

Tela


Well, they're already putting them in passports. And the Nat. ID will surely have them. But I think they are trying to step things up. We're figuring out too much and they have to move now before we finally have the numbers to make "mad as hell" worth something.

This is why I doubt we will see elections. They've set their "legal" legs up. All they need now is the impetus. Declare Martial Law, and it won't matter. We'll be grabbed and chipped.

So, yes, barring some cause for Martial Law, they will have to rely on a long, progressively more hyped and "happy" program, to eventually lead us there.

But I am sure they don't want to wait much longer to declare their victory.



posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 03:59 PM
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Although 32 million is not an awful lot of money it shows that verichip is definitely a growing business and i expect they will go from strength to strength.

www.verichipcorp.com...

[edit on 7-4-2008 by thesaint]



posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 04:05 PM
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Where are you going that you are worried about being tracked? I go from my home to my job and around town a little bit. Every once in a while I'll go to the beach, sometimes camping. I'm relatively easy to find already.

What are you up to?
Where are you going?
What are you hiding?




posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 04:08 PM
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I don't think it'll ever get to the point of mandatory chipping. i really don't. Call me whatever you want, but I think the worst of it will be the ID cards. I mean sh*#, animals have been chipped for YEARS. Even one of my own cats has a chip in it, but that hasn't paved the way for chipping in humans (by the way I'm having deja vu writing this post). I just feel strongly that it won't get that far. Im not trying to say any of you are wrong for thinking that it's coming, just that I disagree and think that it won't happen.

Tela



posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 04:54 PM
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Originally posted by Nohup
Where are you going that you are worried about being tracked? I go from my home to my job and around town a little bit. Every once in a while I'll go to the beach, sometimes camping. I'm relatively easy to find already.

What are you up to?
Where are you going?
What are you hiding?



Up to? Trying to inform people against the Naziesque maneuvering of the men we did not put in office. Going? Wherever I want to - until they decide my words need to be silenced. Hiding? Not a bloody thing.

If I was hiding my extreme fury, if I was hiding my interpretations... I guess it wouldn't matter. I'd just be another voiceless sheep. No "threat" at all.

It is because I am NOT hiding my words that I would not want them to know exactly where to go to pick me up when they've had enough.

It's none of their business where I am.



posted on Apr, 7 2008 @ 04:56 PM
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Originally posted by Telafree
I don't think it'll ever get to the point of mandatory chipping. i really don't. Call me whatever you want, but I think the worst of it will be the ID cards. I mean sh*#, animals have been chipped for YEARS. Even one of my own cats has a chip in it, but that hasn't paved the way for chipping in humans (by the way I'm having deja vu writing this post). I just feel strongly that it won't get that far. Im not trying to say any of you are wrong for thinking that it's coming, just that I disagree and think that it won't happen.

Tela


Well, Tela... I hope you're right. But I would not rest assured. I would do all I could to ensure this does not come to pass.

And, as you can see, I am trying.

I'm just saying that there good reasons to be very much concerned in the coming days.



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