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Don't drink tea or milk so point is moot.
Basically you desire slavery because freedom is too much for you to handle. You aren't alone, many sheeple feel exactly the same way. I can handle my freedoms and control my impulses just fine thank you. No slavery for me.
Originally posted by Darkblade71
Well, when you joint the military, you are owned by the US gov until your term is over. If they want to implant you with a micro-chip, that is their right, as you pretty much don't have any other rights other than what uncle sam tells you.
From a battle viewpoint, it would be a very smart move, especially if it has GPS. If you are captured or killed, you could be found and either recovered or freed.
Next will come those on Social Security (retirement and disability). They either take the chip for a bank account where their monthly funds are deposited... or loose those benefits. No way to say no.
The problem of US military veterans falling into a life of crime after returning from Iraq and Afghanistan has reached such levels that a law enforcer in Georgia has opened what is believed to be America’s first county jail devoted to veteran inmates.
John Darr, the sheriff of Muscogee County in Columbus, Georgia, has created the new facility in an attempt to break the cycle of recidivism by providing them with specialist services to help them deal with the problems they carry with them when they decamp.
Homelessness is a common state of the military veteran with the Veteran Affairs department estimating that 67,000 veterans are homeless every night.
Originally posted by ukWolf
reply to post by Jameela
Sorry J, I'm not aware of that.
Originally posted by zorgon
GPS chips implanted in humans w/ sniper rifle
Apparently a Danish company called Empire North is working on ID Sniper, a sniper rifle that can implant a GPS chip in your body from up to 1.1 Km away.
So was that a hoax or a sign of things to come
Basically, the idea was to come up with the most terrible weapon imaginable, and to test it in a real environment. We had three days to finish up the weapon. Our fake company, Empire North, already had a logo and a slogan ("The Logical Solution" aping the Nazi classic "The Final Solution") but we had no weapon yet. Genius designer Von B and I worked overtime, and in two days we had the ID Sniper ready.
Originally posted by zorgon
Looking for partners for a new business....
This business is GUARANTEED to make you rich quickly
We buy a fleet of Black Vans... Install a Tesla Coil and a fancy looking scifi type chair...
Then we charge people to sit in that chair for a few minutes under the Tesla Coil producing high EMP. It is harmless to humans for a short exposure, but will fry that chip
I suggest the employees wear MIB style suits with the glasses and hats ... for effect
So any takers to get in on the ground floor? Shouldn't take much investment to start the first van... then we can franchise after that
edit on 6-5-2012 by zorgon because: (no reason given)
Nevertheless on March 7th, 2007, Engadget posted further images and news of the "weapon" under the title "ID Sniper Rifle fires GPS tracking chip into unwitting humans" despite having denounced it as a hoax three years before.
Sure seems like the money spent to microchip troops could be better spent
does it not?