posted on Jan, 24 2013 @ 10:16 PM
I hate RFID chips. Once I found a RFID chip sticker on my car, probably left over from when it was used for inventory purposes. The brand was called
Alienware. I took it off the rearview mirror and stuck it on a post a few feet from my house. Forgot about it for a bit and then listened to music
on my iphone, but there was some transmission interference. The interference came from the RFID sticker! As soon as I destroyed the sticker I had
less interference, and more peace of mind that the spy chip was gone. I don't like being techno-stalked; I still remember the days before RFID when
people lived by the honor system in society, and had things like morals to guide them, not fear of setting off alarms at stores.
I don't know if they emit a frequency, but they sure manipulate the frequency soup that surrounds us all the time, natural and manmade. I don't
know what sort of scanning satellite could pick up on something like that, even after the RFID fulfilled its original intended purpose. Not going to
find out, I get rid of them as soon as I find them, and wish I had a scanner to find more.
That girl is being true to herself. She has courage and character to stand up against false authority. Humans deserve the right of way to computers.
She must have remembered the honor system way of life, and she understands what liberty and freedom is. If she has a religion that says no to being
wired, then I can honor and respect that decision. I expect to get the same respect when I start saying no to what I think the Mark of the Beast
Being techno-stalked all the time is a torture, even if there is no religious conviction behind wanting to say no to being tracked. Some things need
privacy, like going to the toilet at school. Everybody needs the feeling of being free, of living life with no strings or antennas attached. The
perpetual monitoring system is for prisoners, not free people. Those RFID chips hang like a ball and chain on people. Nobody needs that.