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Germany denies Most Evil patent ever

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posted on May, 19 2009 @ 10:28 PM
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The fact that you think having an actual KILL switch installed on you doesn't sound so bad because "well, we haven't tried it yet" is absolutely absurd! Do you relish the idea of having it installed? Will you be the FIRST to jump in line if it comes out? Or do you just say it because, deep down you might have get a sick joy out of seeing people OTHER than you have it installed?

People don't go out and bungee jump without a bungee chord, or try to "make pals" with deadly carnivorous animals (unless you're trained) or willingly play "russian rhoulette" with a FULLY LOADED gun for kicks, or hey, to put it more down to earth, people don't (at least normally) have sex with somebody whom they ALREADY KNOW has a deadly venereal disease that will cause their death. What's your response? Don't knock it till you try it? Sorry, but some things are plain simply BAD no matter HOW you look at it.




posted on May, 19 2009 @ 10:34 PM
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Maybe I'm the naive one here, but given my generally dim view of humanity, I would be totally surprised if something like this, or much much worse, has not already been developed by the various intel groups around the world, a long time ago.

I mean, the military had cyanide shirt buttons during WWII.



posted on May, 19 2009 @ 10:52 PM
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Yeah, this is messed up. As I mentioned on the other thread, the Saudis can use this to control their servants. They get many servants by tricking people into coming to the country thinking they have jobs, especially women.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on May, 19 2009 @ 11:10 PM
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So why didn't they patent this?

Now anyone can make one and sell it.

Instead of having one a hole with a crazy chip, we could have Intell spittin out billions of them.



posted on May, 19 2009 @ 11:42 PM
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Originally posted by TrueAmerican

Germany denies Most Evil patent ever


rawstory.com


There was a caller into Coast to Coast a few weeks ago who had just ended his enlistment in the Army. He claimed he was part of a security detachment that escorted pallets of RFID chips to Ft' Leavenworth. He said this wasn't the only shipment as there were others as well coming from Brussels.



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 12:17 AM
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Wow this is just well... scary!
I cant believe anyone would suggest this....oh wait yes I can....Sick!



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 12:38 AM
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Originally posted by TrueAmerican

Well, good for Germany. And how ironic that the Germans themselves denied this when Hitler would have loved nothing more to get his hands on these for ultimate, total control and subjugation of the populace.



That's very ignorant of you to say... World War 2 was so long ago... And, as psychological studies show, people who are under such harsh power tend to go with the flow, feeling like they cant do anything. Plus, 60 years ago? It's not like the Germans are the same. Adding on, you cant generalize all Germans as being bad.



On the topic of these RDIF chips,
I doubt that any government would accept these things. It is a very far fetched idea. Also, how does the government expect anyone to get these implanted on them? I, personally, would never let anyone force anything upon me...



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 01:08 AM
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Originally posted by synyster.
reply to post by TrueAmerican
 



Originally posted by TrueAmerican

Well, good for Germany. And how ironic that the Germans themselves denied this when Hitler would have loved nothing more to get his hands on these for ultimate, total control and subjugation of the populace.



That's very ignorant of you to say... World War 2 was so long ago... And, as psychological studies show, people who are under such harsh power tend to go with the flow, feeling like they cant do anything. Plus, 60 years ago? It's not like the Germans are the same. Adding on, you cant generalize all Germans as being bad.



On the topic of these RDIF chips,
I doubt that any government would accept these things. It is a very far fetched idea. Also, how does the government expect anyone to get these implanted on them? I, personally, would never let anyone force anything upon me...



I no longer have the links, but there was a waiting list in some states to get implanted with verichip. So, there are people willing to have this done.



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 01:18 AM
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Damn, that's quite interesting.

I don't know who in their right minds would get a chip implanted in them, one chip that contains all information about them and all their earnings. It's a scary thought



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 01:38 AM
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Hmm, I did search for this title, and your guys threads did not come up... Probably because "killer chip" and "Germany denies patent" are so different. But I appreciate the mods leaving this open- the fact that Germany is denying the patent is a significant enough tangent to the story to warrant leaving it open imo. But yeah- pretty close, and had I seen your guys threads, I would have at least referenced them in the OP, if not just replied with the update in one of them...Soz about that- but it happens.

As to my references to the irony of Germany being the one to deny this, please don't misunderstand me. I said "Good for Germany." And merely made a reference to Hitler in that he would have loved to get his hands on something like this. That's all it was, nothing more, and it was no cut on Germans. I am glad as hell they denied this evil monster of an invention and highly praise them in that they had the good sense to do so.



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 03:27 AM
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You could have a real rotating market with this.

They implant everyone and start the threats. Then some other company works out how to turn it off.

You have to pay of coarse


Then original company has a team who workout how to turn it back on. Now you have to download Version 2 to get it turned off again, with upgraded features of coarse.

And around and around we go!

Kinda like PC viruses



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 03:56 AM
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Ok guys, I saw this and I thought to myself "Hmm... This idea seems... Oddly familiar..."

And then I figured out why.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, a thread I started on March 4th, 2006.

Yes, nearly 3 years ago to date. Please read the first post in that thread (written by me).

My old thread: www.abovetopsecret.com...

Creepy, ain't it?



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 04:11 AM
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Aha!~

So YOU'RE the one who spawned this idea! Let's get em folks!

(crash, boom, bang, pop, spit, !@#$%*(&@#!$!~)

Ahh ok, I feel better now.



Seriously that is pretty creepy. Star for joo.



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 05:46 AM
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That is freaky, in the comic I am doing many of the soldat use something similar... and I started the project before I heard anything about a NWO! maybe Ill have to add this into my story!
Also it reminds me of the career chip in Futurama! Which along with StarCraft gave me my ideas in my book.

The scary thing is people will probably be accepting this because it is good idea in theory, not have to carry cash, instant ID for medics, instead of business card scan hand, etc. but the only thing that makes it a bad idea is who is controlling them...



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 07:14 AM
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Originally posted by TrueAmerican
Yeah well my concern is that the NWO will want these in all people, and you KNOW that is what's coming. As if a non-cyanide equipped RFID chip implant wasn't already insane enough! :shk:


But there's EMP powered doomsday devices, HAARP, chemtrails, EMF mind control, fema camps, mass induced holographic hallucinations, thug gestapo police, corrupt politicians enacting corrupt policies, etc etc - Why do they need suicide implants?

Wouldn't that negate the need for all of the above??

It all sounds like a cheesy episode of Heroes to me..



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 07:47 AM
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I hear his plan B is the "exploding supositary". I don't have any details on what it actually does but I'll post when I get further information from the Saudi institute of proctology and murder.



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 08:01 AM
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Going through logic and reason , I do not see these being implanted without the person's knowledge.

Even if it was the size of a grain of rice , it would be defecated afterwards.
That is how the digestive system works I'm afraid.

It would have to literally be implanted in a part of the body where it would stand still so that it would not be expelled by the body.

My guess would be bone , fat (this one having the risk of being decomposed though) , but most likely skin.

If it was implanted in the skin it would be somewhat easy to remove though so I can only come up with a few other places , none easy to put/remove:
lungs , brain , spine.

The brain would be ideal because the brain is isolated from the blood system , in a way that the brain will never have direct contact with the blood (unless an accident happens) , so there is no risk of the chip being moved somewhere else hence no risk of being expelled at all.

But it would be somewhat hard to put a chip in someone's brain with our level of technology ... but who knows what level of technology they already have ? :x



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by Perseus Apex Besides the obvious shock value of what he tried to create/patent, why would he try to patent something like this in the first place? Is he worried about the 'competition'? I suppose that would be the next question?



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 01:14 PM
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Originally posted by Perseus Apex Besides the obvious shock value of what he tried to create/patent, why would he try to patent something like this in the first place?

Yeah, I wondered about that too & in Germany, where the chances of approval are slim to none? Those Munich lawyers had to know about the proscriptions against horrendous stuff &, lo & behold, they've dropped out a week before it was news. Why not limit application to the US & UK where it would likely be granted, using the "dangerous criminal" justification? Would we ever have heard about it? I think not. Maybe those behind the app. are expecting to get more use out of the reportage than the technology; the fear of it maybe. Does it even work? A patent need not include a working prototype, just the ideas. The US has granted several patents for mind control using sub/ultrasonics, but as a pro in sound, I can promise they are worthless, because even if the premise that such can be used to create a measurable effect is correct, the delivery systems either cannot produce those frequencies, or do so with such low fidelity that the output wouldn't be anything like the input signal except under lab conditions. At a glance I can see where this idea fails: an RFID chip can't transmit to a sat. cos it's not powerful enough, only to a local reciever, like those anti-theft systems in shops.



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 01:15 PM
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Major multiple postage. I'm sorry, I'm not drunk, it's my phone!

[edit on 20/5/09 by Bunken Drum]



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