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Dog Bleeds to Death After "Routine" Microchip Implant Procedure

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posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 07:28 PM
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Dog Bleeds to Death After "Routine" Microchip Implant Procedure


waronyou.com

A fluffy bundle of life, love, and enthusiasm named Charlie Brown was laid to rest last week, the victim of a microchip implant gone horribly wrong.
(visit the link for the full news article)




posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 07:28 PM
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There are a couple of issues here
1) so there is a risk
2) is it risky on humans too
Human chipping maybe a long way off but there is the first stages of talk about this. EG if your children get lost it will make it easier to locate parents.

Forced to chip
The owners said ;
“I wasn’t in favor of getting Charlie chipped, but it was the law,” said Lori Ginsberg, citing a Los Angeles county ordinance that requires all dog owners to chip their dogs once they reach four months of age.”

I hope humans are never forced to chip


waronyou.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 07:37 PM
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So many Americans do not understand what's going to happen to their families when the next law is Passed for Mandatory Human Chip Implants for Medical, Citizen, or Financial reasons. This will not stop with puppies folks. Start disobeying a couple of days out the week and grow a pair, hell you're only losing your life.

The problem isn't the CHIP if you like it I love it my concern with this is the Mandatory Law which comes with a fine or/and Jail Time. They're handcuffing you for something you don't need




“I wasn’t in favor of getting Charlie chipped, but it was the law,” said Lori Ginsberg, citing a Los Angeles county ordinance that requires all dog owners to chip their dogs once they reach four months of age. Dog owners who refuse to comply face a $250 fine for the first offense and up to six months in jail for continued non-compliance.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.


S & F


[edit on 7-2-2009 by Aubryish]



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 07:37 PM
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Well that procedure is carried out probably thousands of times a week, I think this must be very rare for that to happen... I'm actually all for dogs getting chipped , I think it's a responsible thing to do... I do not think humans should be chipped though.

And as well that is a very compact dog, maybe that should be taken into consideration, maybe an even smaller chip and a smaller needle. For a dog that size blood loss would be far more serious simply because it wont have anywhere near as much as a normal sized dog.



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 07:56 PM
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No routine surgery/procedure is 100% safe, on human or animal
How terrible for the dog and owners!

Why is this mandatory?



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 07:58 PM
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Well, a dog bleeding to death over a chip implant is rare. This doesn't happen al too often. It depends on where they tried to install this chip. They usually do it in the fleshy part of their backs as it is less painful.



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 08:12 PM
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Human Microchipping will never become law.

Ever.

Ever, ever, ever.


Nope, rather you will sign up willingly.

It's simple, really. Suppose your employer offers you two types of health insurance. One is a 1000 a month with a hundred deductible, the other is 200 a month and 0 deductible (of course, they need to "chip" you to track your medical records).

-or-

Your bank decides that to curb the chances of the next Osama stealing from your account, that they will no longer accept drivers license photos. Instead, they require an rfid chip to know who REALLY are.

--

See? Its simple. There will never be a law requiring YOU to do it. They will just make it as hard as possible for you to live with out it.

Or put it out there with perks attached. I promise you that if the government was offering 10 thousand dollars a head for people to get "chipped", there would be millions in line right now.

Unwanted change rarely comes at the end of gun's barrel. Rather, it comes with a smile and a handshake.



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 08:35 PM
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It is the perks that worry me more. Sure you could get one of those "grain of rice" type trackers from nearly any shot. Flu shot, pain killer to stitch up an open cut, tetanus shot, etc.

The perks or as I would call them undocumented features, could include so much as a sub-dermal microphone for listening in on conversations, data collection for upload that includes proximity detection of other chips, a small vial of cyanide disguised as a resistor that can be remote activated...

Really the perks can be unlimited if you think about it with a twisted enough mind.

[edit on 7-2-2009 by Ahabstar]



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 08:36 PM
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Getting humans chipped wouldn't be a huge change IMO, just like the credit cards.

We are almost living in a cashless country. They will just try to make it easier. Instead of carrying cash, credit cards, IDs, drivers license, SS, etc. You will just need a simple chip.

Dogs have to be chipped,It's not hard to make one for humans. Verichip actually has a website saying that it will increase your security.

Aron Russo even talked about this.

IMO it's just a matter of time.



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 12:31 AM
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Originally posted by danielsil18
Getting humans chipped wouldn't be a huge change IMO, just like the credit cards.

We are almost living in a cashless country. They will just try to make it easier. Instead of carrying cash, credit cards, IDs, drivers license, SS, etc. You will just need a simple chip.

Dogs have to be chipped,It's not hard to make one for humans. Verichip actually has a website saying that it will increase your security.

Aron Russo even talked about this.

IMO it's just a matter of time.



Yep generations to come will accept it because they won’t know what freedom is – well the illusion of it anyway.
I don’t like the idea that you can be traced so easily. Every shop will detect who you are what time you entered what time you left. Train stations, hospitals, cinema’s, everyplace will track you link that to the sale or appointment and a map on a computer will plot your every move.
Under no circumstances would I get duped into that even if they did offer incentives. It’s hard enough even now to have some privacy. Even now your phone can track you push comes to the shove the police can request a movement through Cells tracking and times.
Oh dear better get off my soap box.


Almost forgot to add this link its old so I think they are more advanced now

Link


[edit on 8-2-2009 by majestictwo]



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 12:52 AM
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posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 01:14 AM
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It's the law? Hmm... I know many people with un-chipped dogs. oops.

I hope that we all understand - that we came into this world a single person with a mind and body and spirit of our own. We are not owned by anyone. We own ourselves.
I hope that the masses are not compliant with something so inhumane as to get themselves chipped. We are not property.
I repeat -
Remember if and/or when the time comes.
You are no ones property.
Don't let this happen.

[edit on 8-2-2009 by spinkyboo]



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 02:20 AM
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Why the hell is it the law to chip a dog?!?!?! WTF!!!

This just goes to show people are such goddamn pushovers.

This law makes me rage!!!



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 03:44 AM
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www.abovetopsecret.com...


Originally posted by Long Lance
let's see, these implants cause tumors and cancer in lab rats

www.abovetopsecret.com...

www.abovetopsecret.com...

more treatments sold, too?

interesting how they continually gauge the reactions, isn't it? i mean if it went all well for them would they keep doing that ?




posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 07:29 AM
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what?
6 months in jail for not chipping your dog while rapists and murderers get released?

oh ohhhhh
I think i've entered the twilight zone again..

if you agree with this then I believe you have seriously skewed priorities.

that's not even lock up, that's jail.
just imagine your around murderers and thugs and everyone is talking about why they in prison. Everyoen has the craziest stories.
Then it's your turn and you say "oh I didn't chip my dog"

everyone is just going to burst out laughing



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 07:33 AM
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Originally posted by majestictwo


There are a couple of issues here
1) so there is a risk
2) is it risky on humans too
Human chipping maybe a long way off but there is the first stages of talk about this. EG if your children get lost it will make it easier to locate parents.



Now hang on a second. There is no risk of humans "bleeding out" from a chip as it won't be injected near any major arteries or veins. Unless the human in question has any special medical condition that prevents their blood from clotting. Those conditions do exist of course.

To say there is a health risk with chipping isn't being honest. A risk of it being used to dominate a populous in a cashless society of course, now that is a real risk and that is why i'm against it.

I am all out against chipping humans, however chipping pets is just sensible. Pets are not humans, they are property that can get lost or damaged. Humans are not property and so shouldn't be chipped. My own cat got run over only a year ago and i never would have known if a vet hadn't picked him up, taken him to the clinic and scanned him.

So yes chipping pets is a good and sensible thing.

[edit on 8-2-2009 by ImaginaryReality1984]



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by Shawn B.
Why the hell is it the law to chip a dog?!?!?! WTF!!!

This just goes to show people are such goddamn pushovers.

This law makes me rage!!!



"Chipping" the dog should be law. Whens the last time youve been to an animal shelter? So many irresponsible owners either let them out without a leash, or drop them off when they decide they no longer want the pet and claim they "found a stray".

If that dog is chipped they will know instantly who the owner is, if the shots are current and it will resolve owner disputes when someone steals the dog.

Im all for chipping your dog. Plus if he runs away and the pound gets him, you will know.

NWO rules dont apply to pets.



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 08:39 AM
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This is very sad, and im just as puzzled as the Vet is.
How on earth you could hemorrhage to death from such a small wound.
Even if it did sever muscle on the scapula linked to a major blood vessel why didn't the Vet open it up and suture the wound?



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 08:55 AM
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Originally posted by BorgHoffen
This is very sad, and im just as puzzled as the Vet is.
How on earth you could hemorrhage to death from such a small wound.
Even if it did sever muscle on the scapula linked to a major blood vessel why didn't the Vet open it up and suture the wound?


Probably because there wasn't time. Humans can also die this quickly from a severed artery, scary i know but true. The vet still has to be blamed for not performing the procedure correctly.



posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 08:59 AM
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correct
all you need to do is hit an artery
blood spits out super fast



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