The Human Tracking Chip
June 8, 2012 2 Comments
Big Brother wants to track you.
With the rise of technology and the access for information becoming more readily available, privacy concerns have been raised over a new technology that would allow for individual human beings implanted with a micro-chip to be tracked around the globe. This new technology has already been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in humans. This technology is known as the RFID tracking chip.
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of a wireless non-contact system that uses radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data from a tag attached to an object (the human) to an outside source (the government) for the purposes of automatic identification and tracking throughout the globe. The tag contains electronically stored information which can be read from up to as far as technology will allow, which is essentially limitless.
Chairman and CEO of Applied Digital Soultions Scott Silverman, who happens to have a very own chip of his own implanted in his arm promotes the technology as “useful and beneficial.” In what way exactly? During a CNBC segment, hosts question Silverman about the capabilities of the technology, and he describes it as a way to “control the human population.”
The PositiveID Corporation, which produces the VeriChip has announced that the Israeli Military recently ordered implantable microchips for its soldiers as well. The stated reasons for this is that the chips will supposedly aid in “disaster preparedness and emergency management.”
But what else could it aid in?
Do the positives outweigh the issue of privacy here?
How about if one day the entire monetary system was regulated through the requirement of having these chips implanted into our bodies?
If you were to disobey the law for any reason, you could simply be shut off. Shut off from your bank account, and potentially shut off from society. You wouldn’t “exist” if you didn’t obey the rules. As drastic as this may seem, it is certainly not outside possibility, and seeing how our individual human rights and privacy have been slowly stripped away from us (The Patriot Act) it wouldn’t be too farfetched to one day see this happen in real life. RFID chips are already planted in all new United States passports, and they soon might be implanted in you.
You just might not have heard the news yet, but the requirement for being implanted is already set in stone.
In March of 2010, the Senate Healthcare passed bill HR3200 which actually requires an RFID chip to be implanted in each and every one of us. Page 1004 of the new law reads “Not later than 36 months after the date of enactment.” That sets the latest date for this to be enacted for March of 2013. More information on this new law can be found here.
Assuming these chips are simply used by hospital officials to quickly access your name, ID, and personal history in case of emergency and absolutely nothing else, I don’t see anything to worry about here. Unfortunately, we all know that wont be the case, and if you disagree, you have been spoon fed too much information through mainstream media. Don’t allow that to happen. Do yourself a favor and think for yourself.
The facts are all here, it is up to you to choose what to believe.
Aaron Russo, former politician, (his death still remains a mystery) explains this issue, and the role of mass media in swaying public belief. He got to meet with Nicholas Rockefeller, and here is what he was told :
The chips can potentially even KILL YOU with a lethal dose of cyanide, if put into the wrong hands. But that would never happen, right?: