RFID Chips in Newborns?

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posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 01:30 AM
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I recently heard something about hospitals implanting these chips in infants right after birth. I looked around the web for a bit, and just found things about the RFID chips in the hospital bracelets, which I already knew of. I admit I feel a bit paranoid because I'm having my second child in about 2 months, and I don't know if this is true. One of my worst fears as a mother is the thought of my child being implanted with something, without my knowledge or consent. I'm pretty sure it's just a theory at this point, but I wanted to see if anyone knew about this.




posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 01:32 AM
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Not in my child they arn't. You can't be serious! Where did you hear this at?
Someone confirm this real or not!



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 01:34 AM
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In my State, it is considered felonious assault to inject an RFID chip in a human being without their written consent.



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 01:34 AM
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yes please do indeed, i have not heard of this either but im thinking that there is no truth to this....as of yet, unfortunatly.
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posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 01:50 AM
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I'm really hoping it's not true, and i'm also hoping someone will come along and debunk it quickly!
Either way, after my baby is born I'm not going to let my fiance` leave his side while we're there. Better safe than sorry I suppose.



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 01:56 AM
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Originally posted by GeisterFahrer
In my State, it is considered felonious assault to inject an RFID chip in a human being without their written consent.


Well that's good to know... you're not in IL by any chance are you?



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 01:57 AM
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There is no law or practice in America that allows any hospital/agency/anyone to inject RFID chips into children without consent of the parents.

There has been countless fears of this and conspiracy theories detailing an evil plot to inject us all with them in the future, but up until now, very few people and a few families have agreed to be test subjects for these devices.


Info on RFID chips

Rest assured that there is no proof of them doing this without people's consent.

But...yknow...some of us may subscribe to fears of secret use of said technology.

But I think you and your baby are safe and un-chipped!

Sorry I can't debunk it totally for you...just hope a new mom worries less is all.

Congratulations!!!

MM



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 02:01 AM
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No maam, I am in the South


www.examiner.com...



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 02:04 AM
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Originally posted by Mr Mask
There is no law or practice in America that allows any hospital/agency/anyone to inject RFID chips into children without consent of the parents.

There has been countless fears of this and conspiracy theories detailing an evil plot to inject us all with them in the future, but up until now, very few people and a few families have agreed to be test subjects for these devices.


Info on RFID chips

Rest assured that there is no proof of them doing this without people's consent.

But...yknow...some of us may subscribe to fears of secret use of said technology.

But I think you and your baby are safe and un-chipped!

Sorry I can't debunk it totally for you...just hope a new mom worries less is all.

Congratulations!!!

MM




Well a big star for you sir! Thank you very much! I was probably more worried than I should have been, but that weight has been lifted, and is much appreciated!



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 02:15 AM
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Well a big star for you sir! Thank you very much! I was probably more worried than I should have been, but that weight has been lifted, and is much appreciated!


No problem! I remember when I joined the Dad-Club and how stressfully worrisome the entire deal was...

Well...that part never changes lol...but RFID chips is easier to erase as a big fear.

Now a chipped tooth from running down the driveway, now THAT'S enough to drive a parent into a hyper fit of insanity!!! Holy geeze...I'm freeking out thinking about it.

Anyways- welcome to the Mom-Club and enjoy it all! Babies are awesome things... larger than life.

MM



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 02:54 AM
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I personally think that they dont need to, as yet, use chips in new bornes. Whether the time will come, I dont know. As far as people having anonimity and freedom from attack on their private lives is concerned we are way past the junction when that was possible.

Our phones, bank cards and passports are like a dogs lead in the hands of TPTB. In the UK people cue up to make sure the government has the option of owning their new borns through their belief that the baby must be registered. When it is and the baby grows up they get an update to this "Contract" in the form of their National Insurance Number.

Please read this info........ www.tpuc.org...

respects



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 04:18 PM
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Seems like one way they could sneak this in is with the paperwork you sign when you are admitted to the hospital. Does anyone ever read the fine print? Especially if you're in labor!

Recently parents were throwing a fit because the hospitals were taking DNA samples of newborns without them knowing it.

The government is so sneaky!



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 07:23 PM
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Last year when the chip from positiveID then VeriChip was accecpted as suitable for human implantation, 1000 Mexican officals were chipped for security reasons, very soon after the ok was given.
India has talked of chipping their entire population, now they have settled for I believe a chipped Id card ( speed swipe ) .
You don't have to worry about them chipping your babies yet, wait another 10 years it will be common pratice, as for everyone else also, it will be accecpted.

The US wants to chip the military, prisoners.

It would make sence to put it in right hand as that would be most pratical place to read, but not everyone has right hand so forehead would also be accecptable location of chipping.



posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 10:51 PM
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Originally posted by sodakota
Seems like one way they could sneak this in is with the paperwork you sign when you are admitted to the hospital. Does anyone ever read the fine print? Especially if you're in labor!

Recently parents were throwing a fit because the hospitals were taking DNA samples of newborns without them knowing it.

The government is so sneaky!


That's a good point... I'll have to have my fiance` read everything for me if I'm not able to.





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