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Most young adults think chipping their children is beneficial

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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 03:49 AM
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So i was with at my girlfriends earlier today hanging with all her friends and their boyfriends. we were just watching the basketball game and drinking.

as we watched we saw that commercial where that lady is in the park with her son and he gets lost and she pulls out some child locater gadget and finds him wondering around the park. (here is the commercial if you care to see...)

www.youtube.com...

So The other couples with us are practically married and like to talk about having kids... Not really in tune with reality and are pretty much daydreaming, But they shocked me when nearly everyone in the room was saying how they would gt their kid chipped so they wouldn't get lost. like a dog!

This surprised me that no one seemed to find it intrusive. then i thought, it would be so easy to convince my generation to chip our kids. even though we may still object to chipping ourselves. So if our children are born and raised with these chips it will become an integrated part of their lives. Born and raised with them.

so i find it hard to deny that our next generation will be mostly chipped. i am 22 and may have children soon. I figure children have been unchipped for thousands of years and have been fine and that it is pretty much unnecessary and that it takes away personal privacy from unknown viewers. AKA...anyone who can read the chip and the information that may be present on the chips in a generations time.

But i freaks me out to think the chips may not even be a controversial issue. it will be as common as child hood vaccinations or circumcision.

I even felt weird today, like i was the odd man out in the conversation. Like i was a jerk if i wouldn't chip my future kid.

But the alarming thing is that this could happen with other controversial or unethical practices towards us in the future. it has happened in the past, but were now to tuned into looking for and jumping on the newest and latest tends people nowadays wouldn't even think twice if it became trendy.




posted on May, 9 2009 @ 03:52 AM
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The day we get microchips is the day we have given up.

Fight against it. It is a way for people to control you.

This seems like the NWO or whatever, trying to take over everyone else.l



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 04:00 AM
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it just seems like people are more willing to chip their children though. I bet most of these people would be opposed to chipping themselves but they see their kid as a possession that needs the extra protection and they see no harm in it. Most people i know, even at the University of Texas (who are supposedly the brightest young adults in texas..HAHA BS) have no idea what is going on in the world they live in. They have not the slightest idea what liberties they are potentially taking away from their children or even themselves by voluntarily handing over their privacy. might as well strap an ankle tracking bracelet on.

Its just that people are so easily persuaded. It doesn't matter whether its at a mechanic or at a grocery store. when people have pressure to do something, most just do it. There are a few who wont, but as others do it the pressure gets stronger, or they just stop seeing the cons in doing something.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 04:04 AM
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I PROTEST!

If you are chipping your child, chip yourself first.

Children are NOT possessions.

And a lot of people who have kids are not worthy of them.

This is not against you, op.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 04:08 AM
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Just goes to show what happens when lambs are brought up on flouride.

Then again the younger generation doesn’t have a clue - and it really isn’t there fault.

They’re reacting exactly how they should I guess - with what they’ve been taught...




posted on May, 9 2009 @ 04:22 AM
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I really think it is 'all over' for the next generations.

We have sold them out. They will go to school, learn that they are heros if they snitch on their neighbor... They will be used to the fact that their phone calls and E-mails are closely monitored.. They will be chipped, and used to the idea, as a normal part of life...

And of course, they will be used to the fact that they pray to some Dictator every morning of the school day.

Just the way I see it. I mean, my kid will just see it as normal, won't know any different.

That is how the kids get to go on and actually survive in society, if we approach this pretending to be like everyone else... and our kids, actually being like everyone else.


EDIT: Seriously, I have put thought into this one. Conspiracy Theorists may not completely 'die out', but we personally can make sure our kids are what society expects of them.... The alternative is nasty.

[edit on 9-5-2009 by LostNemesis]



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 05:37 AM
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This is getting out of hand.
I have 4 kids, and the thought of chipping them sickens me !
Sure, it would be handy if I didnt know where they are, but some privacy the kids must have, think if you at your girlfriends house, and you mother or father just Gps you location, when you get home your told you were at your girlfriends house and they want to know what you did there, or why you were at the mall et cetera ..

I think it is selfish to chip your kids to make it easier on your self, one never knows what is in these chips or what they can be used for !!

I say NO to chipping !



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 05:51 AM
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When the chips are accepted then the next phase will be being able to send
"shocks" to your kids through the implant when they do something wrong.

Reminds me of those poor monkeys in cages in science labs.

Chips won't be the end , it will just be the beginning.IMO



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 06:16 AM
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I will not comment on this article on the grounds of rational thinking.
Either way its interesting to see the methods used for it to be slowly acceptable as a normal part of society.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 06:33 AM
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I'm under the impression that you are all living in some fantasy bubble here.


I figure children have been unchipped for thousands of years and have been fine and that it is pretty much unnecessary


I agree that there are plenty of children have been okay for thousands of years; yet....


There are estimated to be about 100 cases per year in the US where a child is abducted and murdered. The victims of these cases are "average" children, leading normal lives, and living with normal families, typical low-risk victims. The vast majority of them are girls (76%), with the average age being slightly over 11 years of age. In 80% of cases, the initial contact between the victim and killer is within 1/4 mile of the victim's residence.

Over half (57%) of these child abduction murders are committed by a killer who is a stranger to the victim. Family involvement in this type of case is infrequent (9%). However, the relationship between the victim and the killer varies with the gender and age of the victim. The youngest females, 1-5 years old, tend to be killed by friends or acquaintances (64%), while the oldest females, 16-17 years old, tend to be killed by strangers (also 64%). The relationship between the killer and victim is different for the male victims. The youngest male victims (1-5 years old) are most likely to be killed by strangers (also 64%), as are the teenage males (13-15 years old, 60% and 16-17 years old, 58%).


In most cases an abduction of a child and/or murder of a child is thoroughly presented in horrifying glory by the media to the public. For justifiable reasons each and every parent has some level of fear and awareness of things like Slave Trade, and other horrifying things.

Chipping children is just one example of many of the extreme rampant fear among parents. Not only of strangers merely talking to their children, bt of themselves as well. Society loves to demonize anyone. Did you smack your child on the hand? Burn you at the stake of moral outrage. Do you leave your child unattended in any situation or circumstance until they are the legal age of 14? You neglectful and indecent parent!! Your child foolishly climbs up the tree in your back garden and falls out of it and breaks their arm.... the first question you will be asked is not, are they ok? but Where were you?

Fear is now running at an all time paranoid high. There is no need to implant a tracking device in your child. Although if you were repulsively rich, and had threats made aganist the safety of your child, would your opinion change? Would you not at least consider the option in the very frighteningly real event that they may be taken?



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 06:41 AM
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I had a sudden realization while i was reading your OP that it would be considered as child abuse if you do not have your children chipped.

Many years ago when i first came across the idea of chipping(it may of been beyond 2000 the tv series) i thought it would be a fantastic thing to have everything on a tiny implant,,, never having to worry about loosing my wallet(not that i ever have) was the selling point, but if they jam one off those things into me, I WILL BE CUTTING IT OUT, and the day it becomes integrated with in my license is the day i go bush....


@ silo13
the younger generation doesn’t have a clue - and it really isn’t there fault.

A lot off people seem to forget that it isn't there fault as well, it's up to us to help inform them of the true reality that they face. I do this at every opportunity i get, and it's easy, given the fact that they really don't have a clue about anything. HEY, that's what TPTB use as there weapon, i say lets fight fire with fire



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 06:43 AM
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You are so right. No-one should be microchipped.

I am afraid that people will be, unless they fight.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 08:07 AM
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Radical new technologies ride on the slippery slope, acceptance born of love for the convenient, and isn't that always how it goes? No surprise here, just wait 5 or so years... and you will see exactly where this leads.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 08:13 AM
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The MAJORITY of people killed are killed by Someone they KNOW

chips cant do nothing to save them



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 08:14 AM
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Chipping my son is out of the question.

Heck, I went ballistic when I went to eat lunch with him last year and found out they were using thumb scanners to pay for their meals.

Just watching 6 year olds obediently placing their thumbs on a scanner sent chills down my spine.

(Edit for lack of coffee)

[edit on 9-5-2009 by Lurkerzrule]



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 09:02 AM
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Because most older generation will never allowed this intrusive way of monitoring in the lives, the government and the big companies that will gain with this new technologies are now in a big and expensive campaign targeting the new generations and the younger the better.

By the time this new generation becomes adults they will be already "trained and "brainwashed" that this is the only way to keep them "safe"

Sad but true, the ugly part is that the same generation that will never allow this to happen to then will gladly do it to their children, all in the name of safety as marketed.

[edit on 9-5-2009 by marg6043]



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 09:38 AM
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What are you talking about? That child locater works with a BRACELET not a chip.

They are not "chipping" their kids.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 09:52 AM
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The 'bracelet' is the thin edge of the wedge. Before long, parents will be prosecuted for not having a 'locator' attached to their offspring.

The 'locator' will soon become the 'care and protector', and parents refusing will be prosecuted as child abusers (neglect).

Many parents already feel that the state has ownership of their children.

The increased reporting of child abuse type cases (as if incidents themselves have increased; it's just the mainstream reporting that is on the increase), breeding fear in parents, mass induced paranoia to acheive state objectives of power and control.

All just my opinion. I am not paranoid, THEY ARE OUT TO GET ME, AND MINE!!!!!



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:18 AM
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Originally posted by teapot
The 'bracelet' is the thin edge of the wedge. Before long, parents will be prosecuted for not having a 'locator' attached to their offspring.


Funny, I see it as the opposite. People breeding with abandon and the government encourages it. Brain damaged drug babies being born year after year to drug addicted mothers, multple welfare babies being born to the same women (who may not even know who fathered their kids). Then the kids are raised with minimal supervision and often become a menace to society when they are older.

If anything there is not ENOUGH control regarding who can have kids, and how those kids are being raised.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 11:30 AM
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Well, you see, this is going to happen. Look at all of the child abduction cases that are currently taking place. This is going to be used as an excuse to chip the populace. It will be billed as a way to protect children.



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