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Police state government to start surveilling your poop in real time for illicit drug use… RFID tag readers in toilets will upload urine composition to the feds

5/22/2015 - The runaway surveillance state in America has just taken a leap into the gutter. Or the sewer, actually, where government goons running their fraudulent "war on drugs" have begun to monitor raw sewage for traces of illicit drug use. The American Chemical Society reports this as GOOD news, saying: The...

Transhumanism marches on as "human chipping" becomes trendy

5/3/2015 - Undergoing a somewhat painful injection to have a microchip implanted into your hand might not be something most sane individuals would ever consider doing voluntarily, but for a growing number of people, it has actually become a fashionable trend. As I reported in an earlier article, some companies...

Companies begin planting microchips under employees' skin

3/9/2015 - The technology has been around for some years now, but the use of RFID (radio-frequency identification) chips and other beneath-the-skin implants has only recently become more widespread. A high-tech office complex in Sweden is now offering tenants' staff the option of having a small RFID chip implanted...

RFID implants into humans coming sooner than you think

8/16/2014 - British researcher Mark Gasson had a tiny chip injected underneath the skin on his hand in March 2009. The chip, according to reports, was just a bit more advanced than the versions pet owners use to track them, and it turned Gasson into a walking swipe card, essentially. "With a wave of his wrist,"...

RFID tracking armbands forced on all residents near California music festival

6/8/2013 - Local residents living within a one-mile radius of the venue for the popular Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, which takes place annually in Indio, California, got an advanced preview of the emerging American police state this year. According to a recent report by the Los Angeles Times (LAT),...

Welfare, food stamp recipients could soon be required to get microchipped with RFID tags

2/5/2013 - For at least the past 15 years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has been actively trying to develop new ways to decrease fraud in the federal food stamp program, which currently covers nearly 50 million Americans and adds more than 10,000 new enrollees to its ranks every single day, according...

Student expelled from public school for refusing to wear RFID tracker

11/21/2012 - Americans who dare to venture out in public these days must do so by leaving their constitutional right to privacy at their front door. We are told that such widespread surveillance of virtually everything we say or do is necessary because, after all, our government lords and masters are only trying...

New World Order: Implantable RFID chips capable of remotely killing non-compliant 'slaves' are here

10/26/2011 - Positioned as the solution to eliminating identify theft, lost wallets and purses, and a host of other information breaches, the all-inclusive implantable RFID tracking chip is gaining momentum for widespread implementation. Recent news reports indicate that an RFID tracking chip capable of killing...

Scientists push to implement edible RFID tracking chips in food

6/3/2011 - It will monitor your calorie intake, show from where your food was sourced, and even let you know when the food in your fridge is about to go bad -- these are some of the enticing claims made by the developers of a new system that embeds edible radio frequency identification (RFID) chips directly into...

Swine flu vaccine recipients could be tracked with RFID bracelets using Big Brother medical technology

9/24/2009 - Here's the scene from some dark, present-day action movie: David Balfour breathed hard. He could hear the thumping of heavy boots outside his door, down the hall, mixed with the muffled grunts of military men. He had known they would come. It was obvious from the moment he refused the VaxTrax bracelet...

RFID Implants Found to Cause Cancer Tumors

1/8/2008 - Small electronic chips approved by the FDA for implanting beneath human skin have been linked to cancer in laboratory animals, according to a research review conducted by the Associated Press. The radio frequency identification (RFID) chips are made by VeriChip Corp. They are designed to carry a...

RFID - It May Be Inescapable, but Should It Be Implantable?

10/12/2007 - RFID technology is used widely in the public and private sector to assist businesses with asset tracking and security. Hospitals use RFID equipped bracelets and patches to track newborn movements, prevent accidental switching of infants, reduce prescription medicine and surgical errors, and monitor...

Would a Tommy Thompson presidency mandate microchipping Americans?

11/20/2006 - Tommy Thompson, the former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, is considering running for president in 2008, and that is causing concern with those familiar with Thompson's plan to install RFID chips in American citizens. An industry watchdog website, www.SpyChips.com, has brought up for...

IBM's new RFID "clipped tag" aims to assuage consumer privacy fears

11/10/2006 - Radio Frequency Identification tags -- electronic tags that store data and transmit it to sensors within a certain range -- have caused controversy since it was first theorized that they could be used carry private information, but IBM claims they have an answer to privacy concerns. On Wednesday...

Security breakdown: E-passport chip easily hacked, cloned

8/4/2006 - The United States and other countries are going to begin distributing electronic passports this year, but a computer security consultant says he can clone the passports easily. "The whole passport design is totally brain damaged," said Lukas Grunwald. "From my point of view all of these RFID passports...

RFID tags could prevent surgeons from leaving sponges inside bodies of patients

7/20/2006 - The radio frequency identification (RFID) tags that cause store alarms to go off when tagged items pass through may help surgeons keep track of sponges during operations, according to a Stanford University School of Medicine study released Monday. An earlier study revealed that one in every 10,000...

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