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steppewar 07-02-2009 10:31 PM

I found an RFID chip in a pouch of cat food
 
This is NOT a humour thread. Yesterday I opened a pouch of Sainsbury's salmon cat food, and when I was putting it in the bowl I discovered a strange small object.

I was going to send it to Sainsbury's with a letter of complaint, as it was small enough for my cat to swallow.

However, after doing some research I am convinced the object is an RFID chip.

Now I am wondering, how or why it ended up in there. I am also asking if there is any way to scan the information on the chip.

2 pictures below of it, plus a link to a site about RFID chips.

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/2894/rfidchipfz4.jpg

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/7...ponent2rq6.jpg

http://endtimesworldnews.punt.nl/?r=1&id=459777

cafetimes1991 07-02-2009 10:36 PM

That's quite incredible, but I'm inclined to believe you.
It looks like one to me, which is sickening.
And I would love to hear how Sainsburys would explain it away.

shottie 07-02-2009 10:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by steppewar (Post 787669)
This is NOT a humour thread. Yesterday I opened a pouch of Sainsbury's salmon cat food, and when I was putting it in the bowl I discovered a strange small object.

I was going to send it to Sainsbury's with a letter of complaint, as it was small enough for my cat to swallow.

However, after doing some research I am convinced the object is an RFID chip.

Now I am wondering, how or why it ended up in there. I am also asking if there is any way to scan the information on the chip.

2 pictures below of it, plus a link to a site about RFID chips.

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/2894/rfidchipfz4.jpg

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/7...ponent2rq6.jpg

http://endtimesworldnews.punt.nl/?r=1&id=459777

Seriously, i cant belive no one has posted!

I have heard that pet food is more healthy than human food.


Sick effin bastards!

ozlo 07-02-2009 10:42 PM

What worries me is what else are they in! I'm sure that there would be no benefit from chipping a cat but could well be them trying it out to see if anyone notices and complains.

hey_jude 07-02-2009 10:48 PM

Go to the supermarket auto scan and see what happens...

mikethepunk 07-02-2009 10:48 PM

Crazy!!!
It definitely looks like a chip.
You need to investigate this and open up some cans of worms so people can find out whats going on.
Contact the media if it is an RFID chip.

boots 07-02-2009 10:48 PM

Unbelievable.

I remember seeing a news item on Ickes Headlines that RFID's as small as a grain of rice and getting to the stage of putting it in our food.

Thanks for the post steppewar. I hope you wont mind, but I am debating with GS in the Illuminati section and this is very appropriate.

Sick bastard's:mad:

kiwimaj 07-02-2009 10:49 PM

THINK about what you feed your pets !!!!
 
My goodness!! That is simply outregous !! I am disgusted.

Another reason NOT to give your pets tinned food...animals are meant to consume RAW meat and veg NOT cooked, processed poisons. Since when was the last time you saw an animal in the wild fire up a barbi and cook it's kill??? Do cats catch birds and mice and cook them or do they eat them RAW...:rolleyes:

I am not having a go at the originator of this thread, this is just another good reason in my books to feed your pets fresh food, I think there is a deliberate agenda to not only make your pets ill (hence having to pay out vets' bills etc..) but also with the completely unnecessary jabs they get, the tinned food and the jabs are making pets SICK. Animals are getting human illnesses, which is a complete nonsence, animals should not get human illnesses, full stop !

exmicrochipmafia 07-02-2009 10:51 PM

Nuke the thing in the microwave and flush it.
That's what I did when I found one in a jacket I bought.
Track THAT you pricks.

kiwimaj 07-02-2009 10:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikethepunk (Post 787708)
Crazy!!!
It definitely looks like a chip.
You need to investigate this and open up some cans of worms so people can find out whats going on.
Contact the media if it is an RFID chip.


YES, CONTACT THE MEDIA...though, thinking about it, the illuminati run media will make sure this story DOES NOT reach the masses, but give it a go !!..:mad:

hey_jude 07-02-2009 10:56 PM

If they put it in our food it's not going to stay tracking you is it!

It's going to show up eventually! :D

mikethepunk 07-02-2009 10:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hey_jude (Post 787726)
If they put it in our food it's not going to stay tracking you is it!

It's going to show up eventually! :D

I believe there is a piece that dissolves and then the chip attaches to our insides, so it may not come out when you take a shit.

This could be an experiment that we don't know about being perpetrated on pets and humans.

terrorble1 07-02-2009 10:59 PM

Could have been from the actual animal that was used for the food, don't know if its even remotely possible for a chip to survive a meat processor but I can't see the logic in tracking a cat for a day before it takes a dump, unless it somehow attaches to the insides of the cat. Then so what who wants to track a cat?

If it was found in a pack of cornflakes it would be a different matter. Still ultimately pointless as most people carry a tracking device in their pockets everywhere they go anyway.

thomps1d 07-02-2009 10:59 PM

That is truly frightening. There is absolutely no excuse under any circumstances to include an RFID chip inside a bag of something meant to be consumed by any living organism. They can't even try to pretend that it's for anti-shoplifting or inventory logistics purposes - something like that could simply be attached to the bag itself.

This is something completely different - something with no good purpose at all.

hey_jude 07-02-2009 11:00 PM

You are kidding me, yeah?

hey_jude 07-02-2009 11:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikethepunk (Post 787735)
I believe there is a piece that dissolves and then the chip attaches to our insides, so it may not come out when you take a shit.

This could be an experiment that we don't know about being perpetrated on pets and humans.

You are kidding me, yeah? WTF

mikethepunk 07-02-2009 11:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hey_jude (Post 787743)
You are kidding me, yeah?

Nope.
In some of the documentaries/news reports about the RFID chip, they talk about how a piece of it dissolves then the chip attaches itself to your arm or another place in your body, depending on where it was placed, etc.

informationx 07-02-2009 11:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by steppewar (Post 787669)
This is NOT a humour thread. Yesterday I opened a pouch of Sainsbury's salmon cat food, and when I was putting it in the bowl I discovered a strange small object.

I was going to send it to Sainsbury's with a letter of complaint, as it was small enough for my cat to swallow.

However, after doing some research I am convinced the object is an RFID chip.

Now I am wondering, how or why it ended up in there. I am also asking if there is any way to scan the information on the chip.

2 pictures below of it, plus a link to a site about RFID chips.

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/2894/rfidchipfz4.jpg

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/7...ponent2rq6.jpg

http://endtimesworldnews.punt.nl/?r=1&id=459777

You should definitely follow this up, and find answers. If you can find someone with an RFID reader, get a reading and see what the chip reveals.

Let us know what happens.

hewrote 07-02-2009 11:05 PM

you'll find an RFID chip in every new credit and debit card issued over here.

illuminati downfall 07-02-2009 11:06 PM

Normally an object found in a can or package, that should not be there, can be blamed on an employee in the processing plant accidentally losing it. this however would explain things like, pins, pencils, or perhaps even a small bolt from a machine.... But an RFID chip? :eek::confused: That's obviously not something that a factory worker would happen to have in his pocket or on his clothing, and happen to lose. I really think that if this was an accident, it was sure a strange one. it clearly seems like some was hoping some poor cat would swallow a chip. It's so tiny, I really don't think a cat would choke or anything, but still...


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