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Big Brother to monitor your meds and every day life

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posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:17 AM
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Thanks to Obamacare, americans who are on medications will take them the way the gov't says they're going to! Not only that, Obamacare will tell us how to eat, sleep, and be happy! Oh yes, and don't forget your microchip in the arm also!
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Big Brother to track your medication compliance with electronic transmitters in pills

Mike Adams
Natural News
April 27, 2010
www.prisonplanet.com...




posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:32 AM
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They did this to me for 18 years in uk, if they stayed the feck out of my life it would of been ok. What right do these people have to tell people how to live there lifes.

But uk and usa are doing this and its socialism everywhere now.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:35 AM
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reply to post by andy1033
 
I am so sorry and more saddened to hear this has happened to ya Andy! BUt it's about control as you and I both know, and with roughly better than a third of americans on retirement social security or disability, think about how much money could be saved if they monitored us and killed us off with medications?



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:48 AM
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Oh yeah, sure. Millions of people take medications everyday, for a variety of reasons and ills.

Who's going to monitor if a person forgot to take a dose of their medication ? An antibiotic? A sleeping pill? A diet pill? Some medications are labeled, "as needed."

Ridiculous.

I can see if a person with a violent temper, or who is psychotic is monitored, to make sure they are not a menace to society, but the entire general population? If a person is ordered to take meds via a court, I can see this happening, and it might not be a bad thing.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:52 AM
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The government is getting desperate.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 09:00 AM
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Originally posted by 4letter
The government is getting desperate.


Oh gosh, I had to laugh at this.

Are you sure, or is this just another example of people being overly paranoid, thanks to this particular publication?

This reminds me of threads I've read where people believe the government is watching them through their cable boxes.

Pure junk!



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 09:04 AM
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reply to post by Blanca Rose
 
Laugh all ya like, but I live close to UVA where the technology is being developed, and it is being used as we speak in people who have volunteered for the studies to be done. Tell me, do you want the gov't to tell YOU what to eat, when to sleep, what pill to take and when, and what you are doing in your own home any time it wants to?



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 09:11 AM
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Links for these studies?

Once again, I think this would not be a bad idea for people who need to be on their meds, via a court order.

Quite possibly there are useful reasons for this type of technology to be developed.

I have no idea what the cost of this technology would add to the price of a prescription, so, once again if you could supply some links, as to the studies you say you are aware of, I'd appreciate it.

As for your question? I don't see a problem with the government monitoring a parolee for medications they should be taking to keep them from being violent, for an example. I also don't see a problem with a schizophrenic being monitored for their medications, either.


CX

posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 09:33 AM
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Originally posted by andy1033
They did this to me for 18 years in uk, if they stayed the feck out of my life it would of been ok. What right do these people have to tell people how to live there lifes.

But uk and usa are doing this and its socialism everywhere now.


Andy i'm not entirley sure that we had transmitter pills 18 years ago.


You're really going to have to do a thread on your experiences some day, you always bring the same thing into a thread, give no more details, loads of members have asked politely (and less politely).

Did you keep any the alleged transmitter pills? Or was it just a case that you were taking meds for a long time and they didn't agree with you....hence all the mind control allegations?

Sorry if i'm assuming here, but you leave us little to work with.


If this were the UFO forum people would be saying "Pics or it didn't happen!". I'm not that rude to ask for proof, but you come up with such amazing claims, they would be a book in themselves.

CX.

[edit on 27/4/10 by CX]



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 09:36 AM
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Originally posted by andy1033
They did this to me for 18 years in uk, if they stayed the feck out of my life it would of been ok. What right do these people have to tell people how to live there lifes.

But uk and usa are doing this and its socialism everywhere now.


I don't understand what you mean? how did they monitor your medication for 18 years? I am not saying this is true of you, but the only time I have ever heard of medication being monitored here in the UK are when you are under the care of Mental health teams, or are in the prison service, GPs may monitor what people are taking making sure there are no conflicts which may harm them, apart from those I have never heard of it.

Your business is your own, but could you elaborate a little more? you made the statement, it would be helpful if we understood a little better.

The NHS has it's problems, providing free health care for 60 million people does that, but I have never heard a single Brit refer to it as Socialism at all ever, that comes from being able to get seen by a Doctor 24/7 365 days a year, even at home if really needed, with free prescriptions unless your in England and working full time, and even then it's £7.25 no matter what the prescription is for, how is that ever going to be a bad thing?

IMO your post makes little sense without more information.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 10:07 AM
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Hiya andy - i can sympathise with u fully on this one mate as your not alone in this situation you find yourself in, trust me im totally sold on the overt/covert control mechanisms that the govt have in place. I have seen some of your posts before and find myself in a similar predicament. 7yrs now and as full on as ever, if i move its not long before it catches up etc etc. Im sure you know what i mean.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 10:13 AM
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reply to post by azzllin
 
The insurance companies and pharmacies monitor our medication in a sense.
Try to get your prescription refilled too soon.
I have had pharmacies call me on the phone to tell me that it was time to refill a prescription that I had quit taking (due to side effects).

I am not calling it 'big brother', just saying that people and computers keep track of a lot more than we would like them to, maybe.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 10:26 AM
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I realise what your saying but im convinced that in some senarios the health service are involved in some very dubious goings on intended to push the client into accepting there explanation and treatment.
It is all about control!


[edit on 27-4-2010 by sound_sensi]



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 09:49 PM
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Parolees and mental patients are far different than grandma and grandpa. And then there are people who are on meds for things like heart disease, diabetes, cancer treatments, and other various illnesses that have nothing to do with what you mentioned, and they do not need the feds watching what they do either! I myself am on heart meds and post-op cancer treatment meds, and I sure as hell don't need Obama and his cronies telling me when to take them either!

I didn't ask you when was the last time you farted did I I? I don't need to report to you or the gov't when I am going to pass a vapor either!



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 10:12 PM
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Kindly supply the links to the study you say you are aware of. I would love to read them.

Also, I could care less if you fart, everytime you inhale, or what medications you are on, and the government probably doesn't care either.

I do care if some nut job release from a mental institute is taking their meds to keep them from going berserk.

Like I said, the technology could be useful under certain circumstances. I did not say that I agree with the technology being put into the prescriptions that grandma and grandpa take every day.

You seem awfully paranoid for somebody who can't even prove what they say. Pony up some links!



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 10:18 PM
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I'll be on the lookout for bigger pills...i would imagine they would have to be bigger, and also the maker of the meds....

If i see USgov instead of Mylan, i'll know.


Its really fecking sad.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 10:28 PM
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reply to post by Blanca Rose
 
Here's the case study testimony of the man who helped develop this technology and was given on capitol hill recently. Straight from the horses mouth! Are ya satisfied now? :-)

aging.senate.gov...
Testimony of Robin Felder, PHD
Professor of Pathology, Associate Director Clinical Chemistry
The University of Virginia School of Medicine



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 10:31 PM
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reply to post by Blanca Rose
 
Paranoid?? LOL Look who's paranoid. While I was finding the link for you, you offered up nothing but paranoia such as prisoners, mental cases, etc? Who's paranoid now here? LOL Pony up something besides your lack of legitimate rebuttal material please!



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 11:50 PM
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Are you kidding me? Did you read the paper presented? It says nothing about monitoring people the way you describe. It goes into detail about automatic pill dispensers, and things like alarms one can wear on their wrist to let them know when it is time to take their meds. MORE awesome ideas that will benefit especially elderly patients.

You are blowing this out of proportion!

Having taken care of several elderly patients at home, who take several medications every day, this idea is brilliant~

I actually had an elderly patient who died from taking too much medication because he kept forgetting that he took it already.

No where in the article does this say that this technology would be used in the general population.

Would you rather be at home with this sort of technology with a reminder to take your meds, or be in a hospital or nursing home?

And if you don't like this sort of idea, why don't you just tell your Dr., that you would prefer not to take any meds at all?

The choice really is up to you, and you do not have to take anything you don't want to, even if it could save your life.



posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 01:04 AM
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Here's a brilliant idea. Have the elderly chipped and tagged for their own good. That'll teach them not to wander off. How dare they.


Oh gosh, I had to laugh at this. Are you sure, or is this just another example of people being overly paranoid, thanks to this particular publication? This reminds me of threads I've read where people believe the government is watching them through their cable boxes. Pure junk!


I'm wondering what someone with that kind of opinion is doing on a conspiracy forum in the NWO section? If this is pure junk then why waste your time here? I am getting tired of obnoxious trolls.


I do care if some nut job release from a mental institute is taking their meds to keep them from going berserk.


That is awfully judgmental. I don't know about the US. But in other countries, you can end up in an institution for being gay, a journalist or anti-government.

I read some guy's blog from the UK, he couldn't get a job so he told labor to # off. Cops showed up at his apartment without a warrant. Almost kicked his door in saying they believed he had a gun and was suicidal. His apartment was clean. Cops could not find anything to make an arrest so they tricked him into going into custody with some legal loophole. He spent months in a mental institution. They put him in isolation, medicated him and denied basics like water. Perfectly legal because of some new law they passed over there.

If you can't figure out why the government would want you medicated on a cocktail of pharmaceutical drugs then I know the drugs are getting to you.



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