posted on Nov, 6 2008 @ 11:14 PM
It's always possible that one could move to a small town where these cameras aren't located, but odds are, you'll be facing a rather limited job
market. I'm not sure what they are for, but it seems to me that one could walk down to a less busy street corner and scope them out. Where do the
wires trace to? The Department of Transportation may be willing to tell you some info as well. Perhaps they don't go anywhere aside from to a small
traffic computer in a metal box somewhere.
As for the chip thing, I'm not a Christian so I'm not as interested in the Bible as they are. One thing I'm rather confident of is this. Should
any sort of system be brought forth where Christians could honestly say, "Hey, this is literally the mark of the Beast." My guess is there would be
a huge population of people choosing not to get these chips. Pretty much the entire Bible Belt would say no. Most rural places would say no. The
new chip wouldn't be accepted because there wouldn't be enough adoption of it. People would go back to a barter / trade system before accepting
something they considered to be the mark of the Beast. When the FEMA camps would hold 3/4 of the population of the US, I just can't see how it
wouldn't result in the other 1/4 swinging from ropes tied to tree branches. As Jim Morrison once sang, "You've got the guns while we've got the
numbers", I believe that to be true. Now take into mind how many of those Christians are also gun owners.
I just can't see this happening. Those that tried it would be very short for this world.