Thursday, 22 March 2018

666 The Mark Of The Devil Is It Still Coming - Senator Pushes Bill to Ban Mandatory Human Microchips

666 RFID chip mark of the Beast.

I'm talking about the dreaded and infamous "up and coming" nicknamed 666, RFID microchip which is gonna get inserted in to every US citizen's hand then the rest of the world will follow (some already are doing it in Europe). Is this a righteous and good thing? Is it going to be for the right reasons and what's the potential dirty applications for this thing? What can be added to this - that either exists or would be simple to make and then add it to the RFID via Bluetooth or WiFi, Data link etc for nefarious reasons? Is this a very bad thing?



Well, let's check out this US Senators argument to pull it off the POWERS THAT CONTROL'S AGENDA which is good and also another websites opinion's and obviously we'll be chipping in with our comments and reasoning also?

666 RFID chip mark of the Beast.
Technology of the future is already here - we have to get used to it, or do we?
The kid's of today are going to be the single biggest pusher of the RFID chip in the body because according to our research is that they see it as edgy, cool and fricking rad dude? They are as naive as a Hippo in the desert without water or something stupid like that? My point is this:

Young adults (between the ages of voting and "19 TEEN yrs old upwards etc" still a teenager at 19, are going to be a sizable chunk of the voting public - so if they think it's cool to be able to be read by or be scanned by a computer... Well, with that knowledge do you still think the bill won't get past the first hurdle? Of course it will get passed and it's going to get passed good and yes, we're all gonna have the mark of the BEAST or the DEVIL (whichever you prefer?)  in our hand, it's a matter of when - just like it was a prophecy in the good book itself?

Technology of the future MICROCHIPPING people.

Here's the US Senator's story:

Senator Pushes Bill to Ban Mandatory Human Microchips. (awesome stuff)

A new bill proposed by a senator who sees the potential for tracking humans to come to fruition would make mandatory microchipping of humans a Class C felony. Nevada State Senator Becky Harris believes Senate Bill 109 could be a preemptive measure against the worldwide push to implant humans with microchips and the inspiration for the bill came from one of her constituents. “As I began to look into the issue I was surprised with the merit that I believe the issue warrants,” Harris told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday. Basically she likes the argument for stopping the RFID microchipping of people?



Under the legislation, radio frequency identification (RFID) chips or any technology storing personal information that could be used to locate a person may not be implanted in people without their consent?
“This is a completely new issue,” Harris continued. “I just want a safety measure in place until we better understand the technology and the reasoning behind people’s desire to require implanting chips.”
Storing of information could be two ways yeah? It could also be used by the police, FBI, CIA and any other organization(s) worldwide and locale don't forget? International ally cooperation is always a top US government agenda? Could illegal activities be uploaded to the chips? Like false whereabouts and false telephone calls getting pinning off cell towers to the supposedly wearer of the RFID chip - but actually you was elsewhere?

Check this fictitious scenario out yeah:
Or what about cloning your chip and having someone turn yours off right as a cloned microchipped person is walking right next to you on the street and your's goes off then theirs is turned on (but it's yours) and he or she goes and does something really bad or illegal and comes back to where you are sitting or walking in public and again, walks past you and the trick is reversed and theirs is turned off and yours is on again?

BAM! You just got framed?

DID YOU KNOW THAT...

It's estimated that in the UK alone, there's one in twelve car's - that's 1 in 12 cars number plates that are cloned on the roads of the UK? People are driving around in cloned cars pretending to be other drivers with insurance and taxed plus MOT cars? Freaky or what? It's very sneaky I tell you now!

NOBODY WOULD KNOW?

Well, until you tried to prove your innocence in a lengthy court battle anyways, probably or maybe? Would you "and most of all" could you trust institutions to put information on the chips to the best of their abilities? Without you knowing about it, you could fall victim to any and that's literally any scam or crimes? And if it is able to store information through a machine also which install's the information, well has anyone seen the movie with Matt Damon? The futuristic one where he get's chipped and work's in the factory warehouse but he get's a massive dose or blast of radiation?



Everyone in that movie is controllable with a microchip? That represents us? Them robot's in the movie are already made now. The robots in that movie exist in reality, right now today. The robots of Boston Dynamics (just check this link) are so futuristic that they're trusted with guns/weapons. Have you seen the robot video - of what robots where like 10 years ago doing back flips and running without falling over and correcting themselves?

Boston Dynamics said these robots where from now technology, but actually they were from around 10 years ago? They don't want to give out their secrets of technology of today - because they've spent a vast, vast amount of money on getting there in research and development! Why would they roll out the door "a futuristic robot" that can do all it can do - just for someone to absolutely steal all the knowledge and tips, tricks and the way they put it together and where they put whatever in which way on the robot?

THEY WOULDN'T DO THAT! THEY'RE NOT STUPID!

Boston Dynamics already has futuristic robots capable of superhuman abilities?

The example I will give you is this:

During the space race, the US military and NASA deliberately dimmed and reduced the contrast of the images that came back from space and which where to be released to the public so that the Russians didn't know how good their camera images actually where? And they where absolutely amazing! So when I see companies showing off their hard earned technology and which seem's like they invested a ton of money in, I kinda laugh to myself because I know that what we are seeing is probably not the best bit of technology they're working on? Especially when they say they've had it for a couple of years? It makes one think that they must be light years ahead and sometimes they actually are?

Going back to the movie with Matt Damon again:
I personally think that's a glimpse of the future to come? Did you see how many people there was, or should I say the lack of people? Yeah, there's gonna be a world war 3 and it you ever wondered why they numbered the wars? It's because they need to differentiate between the wars to come and the wars which have been already?

That's what i'm talking about?

Using the chips to separate the classes of people and keep the poorest in the poor camp and the richest and well off upper, upper "UBER" classes of people out of harm's reach, lol in the other secure camp. Harm's reach! Because let's have it right, the rich fear one thing and that's losing their money and becoming a poor person?



Many people's reflexes are to balk at the idea of having a glass tube-enclosed chip roughly the size of two grains of rice injected under the skin (just like us here at UFO SIGHTINGS FOOTAGE) but businesses overseas specifically in Belgium and Sweden have already begun implanting employees with RFIDs. “It’s done under the idea to unlock doors or use copy machines or maybe pay for lunch, you could use your hand,” Harris explained. Or, at least, that’s the premise for microchipping at the moment.

BBC Propaganda is Promoting Human Microchip Implants “Besides privacy concerns,” the Las Vegas Review-Journal noted:
“Harris said the concept raises ethical questions, such as who owns the chip or the information contained on it. And how does someone get ‘de-chipped’ if they are no longer employed by the company that required it.”
Microchips are already commonplace in the United States, to track pets, goods, and perhaps more controversially people with Alzheimer’s disease or late-stage dementia.

Despite laudable intentions, Nevada’s proposed legislation isn’t devoid of contention, as ABC News reports: “Sean Sullivan, Washoe County deputy public defender, said the bill may also prohibit radiologists from using tattoos as permanent identifiers of where on patients to aim treatment. “Others voiced concerns that it would forbid families and legal guardians of Alzheimer’s patients from deciding to put computer chips in those patients, who often wander in later stages of the disease.”

Scientist Believes The Human Microchip Will Become “Not Optional".
Injecting a tiny chip containing personal information under one’s skin has long been the subject of dystopian nightmares, as fears some fascist despot could rise to power and exhort total control over the citizenry. Indeed, because the technology is still developing and could be far advanced by the time any government would seek to make microchips mandatory, legal safeguards couldn’t come soon enough.

Senate Bill 109 leaves the option for chip implants up to individuals and removes it from the hands of nosy employers and the State that is, unless the person injecting the chip doesn’t mind being slapped with a felony. “There really aren’t, under any circumstance, any justifications for that type of a tracking device on a human being,” ACLU of Nevada Policy Director Holly Welborn told ABC News, adding ‘there’s no impending need to protect people against mandatory microchipping, but there’s no question the technology would violate rights to personal autonomy and privacy.’

Tracking Bill Passes Congress – Is This the Start of Legal Human Micro-chipping? Microchips were first approved for human implantation 13 years ago, but have sparked furious debate over the potential for misuse or abuse whether unintentional or malicious. Should the new bill pass, Nevada would join California, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin all passed similar measures after an incident in 2006, in which two employees at an Ohio-based surveillance firm implanted chips in their arms to ‘access protected vaults and police images.’

According to the Review-Journal, virtually no opposition to the legislation was voiced in committee, but no further action has been taken on the bill. That precautionary legislation has to be introduced to prevent a potentially unprecedented invasion of personal autonomy speaks to both advancements in technology and the human penchant to rush to use it without first considering long-term implications.


Technology that has been specifically designed to track along with monitor humans is something that has been under development for about two decades. We Are Already Being Tracked by Big Brother There are software programs in the virtual realm out there that watch over us in real time and it has gone as far as being able to predict the future behavior of people along with sending out alerts to monitoring stations, which is dependent on how the algorithm of the computer flags activities. While this is frightening enough on its own, more frightening is the fact of what is occurring in the physical realm.

Researchers are working on microchips that will be embedded into humans and it is thought that this is going to be something that will achieve widespread acceptance and only a matter of time before this happens. When reading this you could be in total disbelief. There really is no way that society would accept microchips for humans, is there? Why would anyone have a microchip implanted inside them? “Chances are you’re carrying a couple of RFID microchips now. And if you are, they’re sending out a 15-digit number that identifies you. That number can be picked up by what’s called an ISO compliant scanner.

And they’re everywhere, too. “It’s not possible to interact with society in a meaningful way by not having a mobile phone. I think human implants are likely to go along a very similar route. It would be such a disadvantage to not have the implant that it essentially becomes not optional.” Billions of People Are Already Tracked by Their Cell Phones Well, bear in mind that for many decades’ people in the USA would not believe that they were being tracked or recorded. Now almost everyone on the US has a cell phone. Many people have said that it is the right of people to own a cell phone and if someone cannot afford to buy one, they should be offered with government subsidies.

Inside each of the cell phones, there is an RFID chip and this is able to track and monitor movement via GPS or cell tower. Cameras and microphones are fitted as standard on every phone and these can be activated remotely by law enforcement, this is something that has been around since the early 2000s. These devices are among some of the most intrusive seen yet billions of people accept them and live with them around the world. Worse still is the fact that they have not been forced upon people and people pay a lot of money to get hold of what is essentially one of the best tracking devices out there.

“This technology is going to keep spreading, and it is going to become harder and harder to avoid it. And it is easy to imagine what a tyrannical government could do with this kind of technology. If it wanted to, it could use it to literally track the movements and behavior of everyone. “And one day, this kind of technology will likely be so pervasive that you won’t be able to open a bank account, get a credit card or even buy anything without having either your hand or your face scanned first.”

There Will Come A Time When Biometric Identification Will be in Force.
Of course, people can disconnect from the grid as they can throw away their cell phone and simply not use it. However, the direction that new monitoring technologies are going along with government expansion in surveillance, it suggests to us that microchip RFID technology is going to be none voluntary eventually. The time may come when people cannot buy or sell anything without first submitting biometric identification.

It may be difficult to imagine a world where people submit to this on their own accord. However, with degradation of personal privacy and rights in the USA, it is not going to happen overnight. The technology is going to have to be accepted by society on the whole. This has already begun with products such as Google Glass, real time consumer based products. Older generations may snub it, however, in just a few years many tens of millions of younger adults and teens will welcome it and go out wearing shades that look cool while enjoying interactive web surfing and being able to record everything that goes on around them and send it onto the internet in an instant.

RFID Implants Will Become the New Social Security Number RFID chips are going to be implanted underneath the skin to give access to buildings with high security and used when even making purchases. When the concept has been accepted by the majority of people it will then spread out and eventually it could become the new social security number system. To be able to get access to any official services a person would have to be verified as human.

If they do not have verification then people will not even be able to walk into the store and get beer, medical care or even apply for a driver’s license. This is going to be the future and every single purchase anyone makes is going to be tracked by a microchip in the body with 15 digits, a unique identifying number. The only way to get rid of it would be to physically have it dug out of the body.

HERE IS THE BBC's STANCE ON RFID MICROCHIP's BEING INJECTED IN THE HAND:

Would you like to have an RFID microchip implanted under your skin? If you are anything like me, you would never allow such a thing to be done. But many others, especially among the younger generations, see things very differently. RFID microchip implants and other forms of “wearable technology” are increasingly being viewed as “cool”, “trendy” and “cutting edge” by young people that wish to “enhance” themselves. And of course the mainstream media is all in favor of these “technological advancements”. For example, the BBC just published a piece entitled "Why I Want a Microchip Implant." We are told that such implants could solve a whole host of societal problems.

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