reply to post by allsop
If on crazy wild chance that you're right, and the government will use them to track you in some nefarious scheme... then what the hell is there to
prevent you from removing it? These chips aren't high colonic implants. They're just under the skin. A hunting knife and a stick to bite down on if
you need one, and it's gone. Untraceable again.
If you have a Cell Phone - you're traceable anywhere. Didn't you know they can locate you if you call 911 from a cell, but don't know your exact
location? They don't NEED the chip to keep track of you. They never have. Credit Cards, ATM cameras, Account Records, License Scans for liquor,
security cameras, utility bills... you leave a trail of paperwork a mile long no matter where you go. If someone WANTED to trace you, there's not
much you can do to stop them ultimately.
Further, I suppose this may be a problem if you're a total ignorant, but there is really no system out there that can't be hacked, modded, disabled,
or otherwise modified. If they're using technology, then YOU can use technology right back.
A good example.. hmm.. I recall a few years back that Sony spent multi-millions on a Anti-Piracy measure for CDs.. and within the week of it's debut
it was defeated by a .50 cent magic marker. To this day, anti-piracy is an ongoing battle with no sure-fire or even practical anti-piracy measure you
can't crack with a bit of downloaded software or a bit of brainpower. That's why they gave up and started suing people for ridiculous amounts as a
threat tactic and going after distributers. From Napster to WinMX to the Pirate Bay... and as soon as you shut one down, another tracker site pops up.
Technology and information is a liberator, not an enslaver. However, you have to keep up with technology and education if you want to ensure that
It's in YOUR hands. Those who have the knowledge, have the power. Want to listen to paranoid fear-mongering ravings spun by the likes of Jones and
Icke rather than learning about computers, physics, or genetics? Then you have no room to complain about any technological threats - real or imagined
- because you enable others to wield power over you.
Knowledge isn't hidden or kept from the public. It's given, freely, to anyone who is willing to but do the work of learning. Being self-taught may
not earn you a degree and a job, but it empowers you none-the-less.