Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Operation Digital Angel


It's funny how we miss the huge issues streaking toward us as we go about our daily lives. As most of us, myself included, worry about the issues before us today, we almost never see the controversial subject creeping slowly and insidiously into our lives until they're already upon us.

For years now, the readers of future trends have been screaming from the rooftops about RFID chips, and how the intention is to eventually implant a chip into every human being on the planet as well as everything that is manufactured on the planet. RFID, or Radio Frequency Identification, is already implanted in many of the items you purchase from major retailers such as Wal-Mart, Target, Tesco, Sam's Club, K-Mart, and many more. The chip, about the size of a grain of sand, had usually only been able to track an item from what's called a reader device from up to about 100 feet away. But not any more.

Not content with being able to track every item you buy, the VeriChip Corporation gave a press release today that along with their partners, Digital Angel Corporation, they have developed a working glucose based chip that can be safely implanted in humans on a cheap and mass scale. Operation Digital Angel doesn't just intend to implant a chip identifier in your body in order to help you when you go to the doctor, but they intend to be able to track you wherever you are, whatever you're doing, whomever you're with, and so on and so on. The eventual intent is to have the chip be used as your identification, your monetary system, your entire life will revolve around your implant.

They're quietly moving towards this goal by integrating with programs such as Google's GPS mapping service they recently unveiled for cell phones. That's the service from Google where you can push a button on your cell phone, and it will tell you, within 200 feet, exactly where you are. Or where the nearest coffee shop is. You know, in case you're lost. Unknown to most people however, is the fact that your query was just entered into a massive digital data base, where it will be stored forever just in case the authorities ever decide they need to know exactly where you were that day. Claiming that their system doesn't include personal data about the user's query, Google admits that it does log the user's unique identifier code, which means, duh, they know who you are.

VeriChip is now in negotiations with Google, and who else but the U.S. government, to use satellite tracking in conjunction with the Digital Angel chips in order to be able to pinpoint exactly, to within inches, where you are and what you're doing.

Sounds crazy doesn't it? Not if you stop and think about it. OnStar already has the ability, using GPS and RFID chips implanted in your vehicle, to know your exact position at all times. The computerized system constantly relays information between the vehicle and OnStar. For your safety of course.

People receiving new passports will have an RFID chip in them. The new National ID card that's being rejected by some states will have an RFID tracking chip in it. Why, even the Gillette razors you bought at Walgreens yesterday have an RFID tracking chip, so the company can track the demographics of where the item was purchased, and where it went after the purchase was made. The new supermarket discount card you sign up for has a chip in it also, as well as your new credit cards. As you walk into a store, you always notice those anti-theft devices at the store entrance. What you don't know, is that the newer ones also have an RFID reader in them, which is scanning your clothes, your pockets, your wallets and purses, in order to identify what type of customer you are, and your purchase preferences. Where that's leading is to the implementation of 'targeted advertising'. The scanner will detect your purchasing tastes, and when you go to a display, it will pop up an advertisement directed just at you. The new cash coming out will have RFID chips in them, the reason being to track your anonymous purchases by way of a reader at the bank scanning your bills, and a reader at the store scanning them. This way, they'll know who had the money, and where it was spent.

Katherine Albrecht wrote a book about all of this called Spy Chips, which I read a couple of years ago. At the time, I was dubious as to just how fast they could actually come up with a system of which she spoke, without anyone noticing or without the people rising up in mass protests. I assumed it would be at least a generation away.

But after watching the new trends, and following the stories, and reading just today's story about the Google tracking system in today's N.Y. Times, and discovering today that VeriChip intends to announce their newest technological advance in the field of human implantation at the Grand Hyatt in New York on December 4th, as well as Digital Angel's own company mission statement of getting these devices into everyone within the next ten years, well, it's time to sound the alarms.

They've already been experimenting with these chips by implanting them in pets and BABIES. Right now, all of this is voluntary. But as they move the monetary system over to the chip based credit/debit system, you will no longer have a choice. You get a chip, or you don't participate in society. And if all of this doesn't make you angry, or afraid of where we are heading, or if it sounds like so much science fiction, remember this: They want you to not believe this is coming. Stealth is the name of the game here, even as information is slowly released about these chips, it's played up in the corporate controlled media as something that's for your own good. Science fiction? So were televisions, cell phones,computers, space ships, cars, airplanes, and any number of technological advances at one time.

Operation Digital Angel. The name should say it all for you. Batmanchester

5 comments:

rebelyell said...

They'll implant me after they've killed me, period.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't this bother more people? These criminals are doing the devil's work, and everyone runs along behind them like sheep!

Katherine said...

Thanks for posting about this! You've got the general gist right - the RFID implant is a very real menace. However, some of the facts in your post are incorrect. For example, no one is placing RFID tags into babies at this time (thank goodness) and only about 300 people in the USA have been implanted to date.

We have posted extensive information about the implantable microchip at our new website: http://www.AntiChips.com. The site includes a thorough FAQ about the VeriChip human implant, as well as a comprehensive look at research showing that microchip implants have caused fast-growing, malignant cancers in laboratory animals and dogs. We have drafted sample legislation on the website to protect people from being implanted against their will, and would welcome your help to get our bill introduced in every state in the U.S.

You can also join our mailing list, or send a financial gift to support our ongoing work from the website

In freedom,
Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D.

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Dr. Katherine Albrecht
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Co-author of "SPYCHIPS: How Major Corporations and Government
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