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You own a mobile phone? You should be ashamed of yourself

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posted on Jun, 29 2008 @ 08:41 PM
Social security numbers, birth certificates, drivers license, credit cards, high school diplomas, computer IP address, email addresses, advanced satellite photography that can see your sweat from space. Wow.

But, the government (NWO) thought of even a better way to microchip all of us, even though they have the already 8 listed, not counting the endless others. They chose CELL PHONES.

What is with all of the conspiracy with NWO, theres no microchipping, etc.

Just live life and not worry about all the details, and that a NWO is coming to create a slave race for humanity.

If they want to know if im going a number 2, i dont know what floats there boat, thats fine with me.


posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 03:49 AM
reply to post by Makoto

Gee, so many questions - but if I address the first batch, the rest evaporate away

"what, exactly, is the problem with being chipped? What do you not want people to see? And more importantly, why do you think the government will even want to see it? Are you so special that, out of the quarter-billion people in America alone, you'll be singled out to be monitored constantly?"

Actually, I didn't offer any opinion either 'for' or 'against' microchipping - only that when it arrives, it'll look attractive and convenient and people will want it - people want it now.
As far as whether such a system is ultimately a positive or negative I have to say I'm still in the 'information gathering' stage. And that in itself is a big negative for me - I don't have enough information to confidently have a radioactive chip inserted into my body (although I am amazed at the number of people who seem so up to date on "what it can do")

And this whole argument of "who'd bother watching you?"... I mean obviously anyone who relies on anonymity, anyone with a shady past (or present) isn't going to be lining up for a chip - that whole side of things is a non-issue for me.

My own concerns would more involve my own personal health - I mean, is someone going to guarantee me that having this foreign object under my skin, long term, is going to produce no negative reaction - ever? Because until they can, maybe in a few generations with some history and anecdotal evidence, but until then, well I'm doing alright without one. And I'll be honest, I'm a gadget & hi-tech nut who would naturally embrace something futuristic like this & brush aside big brother premonitions of doom. But the whole under-the-skin deal? Hmmmm... can't I just download the software to my Blackberry?

posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 03:54 AM
[edit on 30/6/2008 by Richard67]

posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 02:04 PM

Originally posted by Marsrising
Everyone who has bought a mobile phone has brought the world closer to mass microchipping and monitoring. Mobile phones gave the governments the chance to test run the GPS monitoring of individuals.

And everyone who thought credit cards were a great idea needs their head testing.



You own a computer? You should be ashamed of yourself.

The chips are everywhere - even where we don't expect them to be.

posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 10:25 PM
Well, I've done a bit of my own research, and I've never heard of any health risks--even an MRI magnet won't damage these things, and I've never read of any cases in which chipped individuals got a rash, let alone cancer. Of course, I'm sure the space lizards are just suppressing all of it...

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