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Bill O Reilly and Roger Ebert - RFID implants WTF!?

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posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 08:15 AM
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This is actually rediculous, it would sound amazing to a person that didnt know anything about what nick rockefellar said to aaron russo about getting the population chipped.



Roger ebert, says you could speak to anybody without a cell phone if you have this chip in your head, then bill says "wouldnt you look crazy standing in the airport talking to somebody with no phone in your hand". Then goes on to say "well, if everyone had the chip you wouldnt look crazy then, cause everyone would know".

I could imagine how many sheeple would think this was a great idea, surf the web in your brain! Brilliant idea! They would have to make this chip appealable before people would except it, to be honest i think there doing a mighty fine job of it..

Watch out for the hand sign that roger ebert says you would do when your downloading something to your brain from the internet.. Creepy.





posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 08:51 AM
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Star and flag from me, just because i think more members need to see this.



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 09:52 AM
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1321.89..S and P on the day that this aired...what is it now? 839.65 Look at the dow!

The chip is on the way. Will we take it or not?

Or will we do the Hippie ver 3.0.



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 09:56 AM
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That would give room to a very scary new kind of virus
. And yeah, they will push it through popular consent and force the last ones out or maybe kill them, who know how far they are willing to take it.



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:10 AM
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this RFID thing is crazy, these hacks are debating the pros and cons of an age old sci-fi classic 'human-machine hybrids' could we ever improve on our basic body with the use of technology.

Does this mean there's a conspiracy to chip us all like cattle? no. Are there a large group of people who want to be able to control the masses? YES. would they like to chip us like cattle? probably.

This debate isn't really about the morality of RFID chips it's about control, some people think we need to be closely guarded and spoon fed like children while others believe we should be able to do whatever we want.

For a long time people have tried to control 'the masses' and now they think they have a way to do it. It wont work because if they cut all the undesirable actions out of society then everything falls to pieces -like how in an machine all the cogs are dirty and covered in oil, take the undesirable oil away and the cogs jam. Humans will always find ways to be human, they come up with a new method of control and we evolve a new work around, loop hole or fixx.

as an example, take DRM -apple recently gave up and announced it's removing DRM from Itunes. Weather they do it or not doesn't really matter, they've admitted that DRM was bas idea. The same will happen to RFID, it will either become an open source product in which consumers have control over what they implant in themselves or it will teach corporate / authoritarian people not to pry into peoples lives- i don't think the bible was joking when it said 'judge not least ye be judged' all those people that impose control upon us will be teathered to the same lead -they won't be able to hide anymore if there is a power elite, i get the feeling david R has more to hide than me.

they're better off waiting for robots, if i was NWO i would make people work really hard untill they made me a robot army then have the robots eat them -people aren't made to be servants.

[edit on 14-1-2009 by NatureBoy]



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 02:38 PM
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"Does this mean there's a conspiracy to chip us all like cattle? no."

"Are there a large group of people who want to be able to control the masses? YES."

There is no differance between these two assumtions , they want everyone chipped ok. Its a fact.



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 03:28 PM
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I could imagine how many sheeple would think this was a great idea, surf the web in your brain! Brilliant idea!


This cannot happen!!! There will be nothing but men walking around with erections as they will be looking at porn 24 hours a day. Let's keep the porn at home shall we?



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 05:48 PM
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Originally posted by Truther
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"Does this mean there's a conspiracy to chip us all like cattle? no."

"Are there a large group of people who want to be able to control the masses? YES."

There is no differance between these two assumtions , they want everyone chipped ok. Its a fact.



You can very rarely state 'facts' about 'they'. The subject precludes the claim. Who are they?

That being said, technology is always misused by people with less than moral purposes.

RFID chips aren't a bad idea, they are brilliant, it's the implementation that's the trouble.

The internet has horrible security, but you're not complaining about that are you?

If the source code for an RFID chip was available, and I could examine it, I would have no problem with it (assuming I wanted it, i.e. the benefits were worth the trouble).


The bottom line with all the conspiracy claims involving technology is this: You have access to the technology, take it apart, decompile it, examine the hardware.

For example, there have been a lot of conspiracy theories about the switch to digital television. Speculation is all well and good, but if you want to know, examine the hardware and software, and, more to the point, use an intermediary computer to examine the traffic coming from and going to your t.v.

The bottom line is, you have no evidence for a widespread and capable conspiracy to chip the populations. Yes the technology is there, and yes there have been people expressing their opinion that those chips would be beneficial, but neither of those is proof of intent.



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