Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

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  • Sun, Jul 26, 2009 - 01:13am

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    Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

VeriChip Offers Updates on its Implantable RFID Implantable Microchip

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"…In May 2009, VeriChip, in conjunction with its development partner, announced plans to develop surveillance and point-of-care sensor systems that will efficiently detect and identify the presence of a particular biological threat such as influenza virus, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) or other illnesses. The companies published a white paper outlining the development of "An Integrated Sensor System for the Detection of Bio-Threats from Pandemics to Emerging Diseases to Bio-Terrorism," which is available at verichipcorp.com…"

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And the good news is you can have one implanted right now!

Health Link is now reality

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President Obama on Health Care Reform: Urgency and Determination
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LvJmGHoy04

Of course nationalised healthcare would benefit from some kind of infallible patient identification system… wouldn’t it?

But think of all the other possibilities apart from just healthcare.

After all, the possibilities are endless!

 

  • Sun, Jul 26, 2009 - 01:07pm

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

It could very well be that Obama’s motives are genuine. However,

1 – The NHS here in the UK takes a big chunk of money (I don’t know the exact figures). As a result of trying to get costs down there has been a lot of contracting out to the private sector of aspects of the service (cleaning, catering etc) – which is profit driven (I realise this is somewhat simplistic, but I want to keep this post brief) and for which the NHS (taxpayer) ultimately pays. Also there have been various reports on the scale of financial waste (e.g. highly paid non-medical consultants). There is no reason to think it would be any different for the USA, notwithstanding the current issues of high medical insurance preiums etc.

2 – Obama’s quote ‘[The current system is] unsustainable for families, for businsesses, it is unsustainable for the federal governnent and state governemnts’. Errm, yes, right, so if it is unsustainable for them, why will it be sustainable as a nationalised service?

3 – If his motives are high-minded and doesn’t depend on RFIDs etc, this is going to be a massive financial drain on a Government that is already draining its financial reservoir at a ridiculous rate. Not good.

DavidC

  • Sun, Jul 26, 2009 - 02:33pm

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Mathematically, the it’s-for-your-own-good thing doesn’t make sense . . . How is a massively expensive entitlement program going to be helpful at this time?  Surely, the loss of income d/t Social Security benefits being eroded by inflation will pose far more health risks (like homelessness for the aged) than any national health program can possibly mitigate.  The whole proposal is preposterous at this time . . . But, it may fly because Americans react out of fear (of losing health insurance, in this case) rather than out of logic.  [sigh]  More of the same . . .

  • Sun, Jul 26, 2009 - 05:50pm

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

 

Chase bank has a new program  where there are embedding an RF ID chip in there credit cards  and are building a infrastructure to receive the RF chip and the point of sale

The program is called Blink  http://www.chaseblink.com/

  • Sun, Jul 26, 2009 - 06:40pm

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

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Chase bank has a new program  where there are embedding an RF ID chip in there credit cards  and are building a infrastructure to receive the RF chip and the point of sale

The program is called Blink  http://www.chaseblink.com/

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Hmmm . . . . The next logical step, of course, would be to have it implanted, to avoid theft, of course . . .

  • Sun, Jul 26, 2009 - 06:45pm

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

  Forehead or back of hand ???    Humm  not me .  I  am sure the new passports are chipped though .

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It could very well be that Obama’s motives are genuine. However,

Nothing that this man does is "genuine". 

Wake up America!

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

Good dig rowmat,

The Obama puppet government is pushing their Orwellian NWO plan right out in the open.  I hope people will start waking up – if the people don’t say "no" soon, it won’t matter what we say later.

Larry

  • Mon, Jul 27, 2009 - 01:21am

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

Report recommends federal health takeover (Australia)

While we still have public healthcare here in Australia a total takeover by the federal government has me thinking not just about the attempt to reign in costs, but also about the administration which will apply to every person in the country.

I predict we shall soon see some kind of RFID system also and ultimately, implantable technology.

The MSM here is currently upping the ante concerning ATM card skimming fraud and indicating new hi-tech security measures are required.

Once an implantable ID system becomes the norm anyone who thinks it will only be connected to a medical history database will be fooling themselves.

Those who ridicule the idea as some kind of a conspiracy theory better get with the program because it is here, now, and being implemented as we speak.

  • Mon, Jul 27, 2009 - 02:27am

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

Good ole Chase.  Somebody posted a logo in this thread…checkout Chase’s.  What do you see in the logo? Look again…look harder…notice the whitespace…uhuh.  

Many here have recommended pulling funds out of the banking system not only as a way to save cash, but also as a way to disempower the system that got us in the trouble we’re in.  I’d put this bank first on the list.

 

 

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