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Old 27-08-2007, 05:33 PM   #21
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Microchips mulled for HIV carriers in Indonesia's Papua

Lawmakers in Indonesia's Papua are mulling the selective use of chip implants in HIV carriers to monitor their behaviour in a bid to keep them from infecting others, a doctor said Tuesday.
John Manangsang, a doctor who is helping to prepare a new healthcare regulation bill for Papua's provincial parliament, said that unusual measures were needed to combat the virus.

"We in the government in Papua have to think hard on ways to provide protection to people from the spread of the disease," Manangsang told AFP.

"Some of the infected people experience a change of behaviour and can turn more aggressive and would not think twice of infecting others," he alleged, saying lawmakers were considering various sanctions for these people.

"Among one of the means being considered is the monitoring of those infected people who can pose a danger to others," Manangsang said.

"The use of chip implants is one of the ways to do so, but only for those few who turn aggressive and clearly continue to disregard what they know about the disease and spread the virus to others," he said.

A decision was still a long way off, he added.

The head of the Papua chapter of the National AIDS Commission, Constant Karma, reportedly slammed the proposal as a violation of human rights.

"People with HIV/AIDS are not like sharks under observation so that they have to be implanted with microchips to monitor their movements," he told the Jakarta Post on Tuesday.

"Any form of identification of people with HIV/AIDS violates human rights."

According to data from Papua's health office cited by the Post, the province has just over 3,000 people living with HIV/AIDS. Some 356 deaths have been reported. Papua has a population of about 2.5 million.
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Old 27-08-2007, 06:15 PM   #23
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Thanks for the info, a real issue that needs to be brought out into the light. I've probably read most of this stuff before, but there are still many ( probably the majority of people) haven't got a clue about this and would laugh in you're face if you told them, this has happened to me many times. This is the kind of stuff in these posts that people need to know the truth about.
I'll work my way through reading it.

I'd suggest anyone with a printer pass this on to people you know.
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Old 02-09-2007, 02:18 PM   #24
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Alzheimer's Patients Lining Up for Microchip
The VeriChip Provides Medical Information About Patients, but Privacy Advocates Are Wary



For families of the nearly 5 million Americans currently living with Alzheimer's disease, keeping their loved ones safe is a major concern.

In response to such concerns, a Florida-based company has developed an FDA-approved microchip that can be implanted in an Alzheimer's patient's arm, allowing critical medical details to be accessed instantly.

Up to 200 Alzheimer's patients living near Palm Beach, Fla., will be implanted with the VeriChip for free in the next week.

The chip, which is about the size of a grain of rice, contains a 16-digit identification number which is scanned at a hospital. Once the number is placed in a database, it can provide crucial medical information.

People are already lining up for the VeriChip, but it's already stirred up controversy.

Is Big Brother Watching?

David and Ida Frankel have been married an unbelievable 73 years. Seven years ago, Ida was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

"She was being very forgetful, repeating questions over and over again," David said.

Ida was one of the first patients at an Alzheimer's center in Florida to be implanted with a VeriChip.

"When an Alzheimer's patient gets lost, once their arm is scanned, it would identify who they are and that they are an Alzheimer's patient," said Scott Silverman, the CEO of VeriChip.

Silverman stressed that the VeriChip is not a GPS device; it only provides code for a database.

Some privacy groups argue that the VeriChip, which uses the same technology as devices that track wayward pets, strips Alzheimer's patients of their dignity.

"I don't think that because it's useful in animals is a reason why we should do it in human beings," said Katherine Albrecht, the founder of AntiChip.com. "There is a distinction between an animal and a human being."
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Makes you wonder what people did before micro-chips?

You might need another person to actually take care of you!
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Old 03-09-2007, 06:26 PM   #26
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you know, actually finding cures for diseases for the aged and infirmed might just be a better strategy than a chip. Not that it could make money. But I guess chips are our god. And theyre not making enough money either. Gotta have more. Even though it is created from thin air.

Pretty soon theyll try and make it the answer for everything, just throw in a little fear of the unknown. in a way thats like a drug immediate dependency on a 'savior' [in this case those powerful reps [reptilian-representatives] with the controls who of course are so lovable and trustworthy to submit our lives to ].

heres a little story i found from jan 05, seems banfield pet hospital doing the chip thing for pets, was suing avid and digital angel for monopolizing and concealing the rfid encryption code. of course, its problem reaction solution since increasing competition means increasing the quantity of chips produced. but on the other hand digital angel is still gonna try and go forward w/rfid. screwed either way it my seem. covered both sides of the issue...that is to ppl who dont see past the polarizing illusions.

sure rfid catalogues large storehouses of product faster, but when its people....i mean after you buy something the rfid can be hidden still - im tired of ridicule saying that being concerned about chips is strawman, its def not. anyone see those new visa commercials, where cash is 'bad'?

http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/st...2815414&EDATE=

its 'escape from new york' type stuff...

http://www.psywarriormatrix.com/viewtopic.php?p=15776

i havent actually looked at chip news in a long time, kind of put it out of my mind, just assuming id say 'no' when the time, that is *if* the time came. I just do positive willing to create my reality differently...but if it wont be enough, ill need henry rollins to yank that bugger out [johnny mnemonic]

how about this:

"Kevin has the idea that pain such as the type that comes from headaches have a specific electrical signal; we could manipulate the nervous system to where we would no longer feel headaches. By altering the electric current, we could also sedate people or reduce the affects of stress by recording our emotional feelings on days that we are happy and simply replay them on days we are feeling depressed. This is just the beginning of possibilities that are being discussed."

from http://tonysomers.50megs.com/catalog.html

no thanks, ummmm, I like my brain the way it is.

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Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors
By TODD LEWAN | AP National Writer - September 9, 2007

When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved implanting microchips in humans, the manufacturer said it would save lives, letting doctors scan the tiny transponders to access patients' medical records almost instantly. The FDA found "reasonable assurance" the device was safe, and a sub-agency even called it one of 2005's top "innovative technologies."

But neither the company nor the regulators publicly mentioned this: A series of veterinary and toxicology studies, dating to the mid-1990s, stated that chip implants had "induced" malignant tumors in some lab mice and rats.

"The transponders were the cause of the tumors," said Keith Johnson, a retired toxicologic pathologist, explaining in a phone interview the findings of a 1996 study he led at the Dow Chemical Co. in Midland, Mich.

Leading cancer specialists reviewed the research for The Associated Press and, while cautioning that animal test results do not necessarily apply to humans, said the findings troubled them. Some said they would not allow family members to receive implants, and all urged further research before the glass-encased transponders are widely implanted in people.

To date, about 2,000 of the so-called radio frequency identification, or RFID, devices have been implanted in humans worldwide, according to VeriChip Corp. The company, which sees a target market of 45 million Americans for its medical monitoring chips, insists the devices are safe, as does its parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, of Delray Beach, Fla.

"We stand by our implantable products which have been approved by the FDA and/or other U.S. regulatory authorities," Scott Silverman, VeriChip Corp. chairman and chief executive officer, said in a written response to AP questions.

The company was "not aware of any studies that have resulted in malignant tumors in laboratory rats, mice and certainly not dogs or cats," but he added that millions of domestic pets have been implanted with microchips, without reports of significant problems.

"In fact, for more than 15 years we have used our encapsulated glass transponders with FDA approved anti-migration caps and received no complaints regarding malignant tumors caused by our product."

The FDA also stands by its approval of the technology.

Did the agency know of the tumor findings before approving the chip implants? The FDA declined repeated AP requests to specify what studies it reviewed.

The FDA is overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services, which, at the time of VeriChip's approval, was headed by Tommy Thompson. Two weeks after the device's approval took effect on Jan. 10, 2005, Thompson left his Cabinet post, and within five months was a board member of VeriChip Corp. and Applied Digital Solutions. He was compensated in cash and stock options.

Thompson, until recently a candidate for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, says he had no personal relationship with the company as the VeriChip was being evaluated, nor did he play any role in FDA's approval process of the RFID tag.

"I didn't even know VeriChip before I stepped down from the Department of Health and Human Services," he said in a telephone interview.

Also making no mention of the findings on animal tumors was a June report by the ethics committee of the American Medical Association, which touted the benefits of implantable RFID devices.

Had committee members reviewed the literature on cancer in chipped animals?

No, said Dr. Steven Stack, an AMA board member with knowledge of the committee's review.

Was the AMA aware of the studies?

No, he said.

Published in veterinary and toxicology journals between 1996 and 2006, the studies found that lab mice and rats injected with microchips sometimes developed subcutaneous "sarcomas" -- malignant tumors, most of them encasing the implants.

* A 1998 study in Ridgefield, Conn., of 177 mice reported cancer incidence to be slightly higher than 10 percent -- a result the researchers described as "surprising."

* A 2006 study in France detected tumors in 4.1 percent of 1,260 microchipped mice. This was one of six studies in which the scientists did not set out to find microchip-induced cancer but noticed the growths incidentally. They were testing compounds on behalf of chemical and pharmaceutical companies; but they ruled out the compounds as the tumors' cause. Because researchers only noted the most obvious tumors, the French study said, "These incidences may therefore slightly underestimate the true occurrence" of cancer.

* In 1997, a study in Germany found cancers in 1 percent of 4,279 chipped mice. The tumors "are clearly due to the implanted microchips," the authors wrote.

Caveats accompanied the findings. "Blind leaps from the detection of tumors to the prediction of human health risk should be avoided," one study cautioned. Also, because none of the studies had a control group of animals that did not get chips, the normal rate of tumors cannot be determined and compared to the rate with chips implanted.

Still, after reviewing the research, specialists at some pre-eminent cancer institutions said the findings raised red flags.

"There's no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips implanted in my skin, or in one of my family members," said Dr. Robert Benezra, head of the Cancer Biology Genetics Program at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Before microchips are implanted on a large scale in humans, he said, testing should be done on larger animals, such as dogs or monkeys. "I mean, these are bad diseases. They are life-threatening. And given the preliminary animal data, it looks to me that there's definitely cause for concern."

Dr. George Demetri, director of the Center for Sarcoma and Bone Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, agreed. Even though the tumor incidences were "reasonably small," in his view, the research underscored "certainly real risks" in RFID implants.

In humans, sarcomas, which strike connective tissues, can range from the highly curable to "tumors that are incredibly aggressive and can kill people in three to six months," he said.

At the Jackson Laboratory in Maine, a leader in mouse genetics research and the initiation of cancer, Dr. Oded Foreman, a forensic pathologist, also reviewed the studies at the AP's request.

At first he was skeptical, suggesting that chemicals administered in some of the studies could have caused the cancers and skewed the results. But he took a different view after seeing that control mice, which received no chemicals, also developed the cancers. "That might be a little hint that something real is happening here," he said. He, too, recommended further study, using mice, dogs or non-human primates.

Dr. Cheryl London, a veterinarian oncologist at Ohio State University, noted: "It's much easier to cause cancer in mice than it is in people. So it may be that what you're seeing in mice represents an exaggerated phenomenon of what may occur in people."

Tens of thousands of dogs have been chipped, she said, and veterinary pathologists haven't reported outbreaks of related sarcomas in the area of the neck, where canine implants are often done. (Published reports detailing malignant tumors in two chipped dogs turned up in AP's four-month examination of research on chips and health. In one dog, the researchers said cancer appeared linked to the presence of the embedded chip; in the other, the cancer's cause was uncertain.)

Nonetheless, London saw a need for a 20-year study of chipped canines "to see if you have a biological effect." Dr. Chand Khanna, a veterinary oncologist at the National Cancer Institute, also backed such a study, saying current evidence "does suggest some reason to be concerned about tumor formations."

Meanwhile, the animal study findings should be disclosed to anyone considering a chip implant, the cancer specialists agreed.

To date, however, that hasn't happened.

The product that VeriChip Corp. won approval for use in humans is an electronic capsule the size of two grains of rice. Generally, it is implanted with a syringe into an anesthetized portion of the upper arm.

When prompted by an electromagnetic scanner, the chip transmits a unique code. With the code, hospital staff can go on the Internet and access a patient's medical profile that is maintained in a database by VeriChip Corp. for an annual fee.

VeriChip Corp., whose parent company has been marketing radio tags for animals for more than a decade, sees an initial market of diabetics and people with heart conditions or Alzheimer's disease, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

The company is spending millions to assemble a national network of hospitals equipped to scan chipped patients.

But in its SEC filings, product labels and press releases, VeriChip Corp. has not mentioned the existence of research linking embedded transponders to tumors in test animals.

When the FDA approved the device, it noted some Verichip risks: The capsules could migrate around the body, making them difficult to extract; they might interfere with defibrillators, or be incompatible with MRI scans, causing burns. While also warning that the chips could cause "adverse tissue reaction," FDA made no reference to malignant growths in animal studies.

Did the agency review literature on microchip implants and animal cancer?

Dr. Katherine Albrecht, a privacy advocate and RFID expert, asked shortly after VeriChip's approval what evidence the agency had reviewed. When FDA declined to provide information, she filed a Freedom of Information Act request. More than a year later, she received a letter stating there were no documents matching her request.

"The public relies on the FDA to evaluate all the data and make sure the devices it approves are safe," she says, "but if they're not doing that, who's covering our backs?"

Late last year, Albrecht unearthed at the Harvard medical library three studies noting cancerous tumors in some chipped mice and rats, plus a reference in another study to a chipped dog with a tumor. She forwarded them to the AP, which subsequently found three additional mice studies with similar findings, plus another report of a chipped dog with a tumor.

Asked if it had taken these studies into account, the FDA said VeriChip documents were being kept confidential to protect trade secrets. After AP filed a FOIA request, the FDA made available for a phone interview Anthony Watson, who was in charge of the VeriChip approval process.

"At the time we reviewed this, I don't remember seeing anything like that," he said of animal studies linking microchips to cancer. A literature search "didn't turn up anything that would be of concern."

In general, Watson said, companies are expected to provide safety-and-effectiveness data during the approval process, "even if it's adverse information."

Watson added: "The few articles from the literature that did discuss adverse tissue reactions similar to those in the articles you provided, describe the responses as foreign body reactions that are typical of other implantable devices. The balance of the data provided in the submission supported approval of the device."

Another implantable device could be a pacemaker, and indeed, tumors have in some cases attached to foreign bodies inside humans. But Dr. Neil Lipman, director of the Research Animal Resource Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering, said it's not the same. The microchip isn't like a pacemaker that's vital to keeping someone alive, he added, "so at this stage, the payoff doesn't justify the risks."

Silverman, VeriChip Corp.'s chief executive, disagreed. "Each month pet microchips reunite over 8,000 dogs and cats with their owners," he said. "We believe the VeriMed Patient Identification System will provide similar positive benefits for at-risk patients who are unable to communicate for themselves in an emergency."

And what of former HHS secretary Thompson?

When asked what role, if any, he played in VeriChip's approval, Thompson replied: "I had nothing to do with it. And if you look back at my record, you will find that there has never been any improprieties whatsoever."

FDA's Watson said: "I have no recollection of him being involved in it at all." VeriChip Corp. declined comment.

Thompson vigorously campaigned for electronic medical records and healthcare technology both as governor of Wisconsin and at HHS. While in President Bush's Cabinet, he formed a "medical innovation" task force that worked to partner FDA with companies developing medical information technologies.

At a "Medical Innovation Summit" on Oct. 20, 2004, Lester Crawford, the FDA's acting commissioner, thanked the secretary for getting the agency "deeply involved in the use of new information technology to help prevent medication error." One notable example he cited: "the implantable chips and scanners of the VeriChip system our agency approved last week."

After leaving the Cabinet and joining the company board, Thompson received options on 166,667 shares of VeriChip Corp. stock, and options on an additional 100,000 shares of stock from its parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, according to SEC records. He also received $40,000 in cash in 2005 and again in 2006, the filings show.

The Project on Government Oversight called Thompson's actions "unacceptable" even though they did not violate what the independent watchdog group calls weak conflict-of-interest laws.

"A decade ago, people would be embarrassed to cash in on their government connections. But now it's like the Wild West," said the group's executive director, Danielle Brian.

Thompson is a partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, a Washington law firm that was paid $1.2 million for legal services it provided the chip maker in 2005 and 2006, according to SEC filings.

He stepped down as a VeriChip Corp. director in March to seek the GOP presidential nomination, and records show that the company gave his campaign $7,400 before he bowed out of the race in August.

In a TV interview while still on the board, Thompson was explaining the benefits -- and the ease -- of being chipped when an interviewer interrupted:

"I'm sorry, sir. Did you just say you would get one implanted in your arm?"

"Absolutely," Thompson replied. "Without a doubt."

"No concerns at all?"

"No."

But to date, Thompson has yet to be chipped himself.


On the Web:

http://www.verichipcorp.com

http://www.antichips.com

http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/
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VeriChip shares plunge
Bert Hill, The Ottawa Citizen - September 10, 2007

Shares of VeriChip Corp. plunged as much as 14 per cent today following a report linking implanted microchips to cancer in lab rats.

The Florida company, which develops and makes products in Ottawa, saw its stock drop as much as 14 per cent, the biggest decline since it went public early this year.

The Associated Press reported on a 1996 study which found a cancer link. It said it was not clear whether U.S. regulators considered the study before approving the use of the chips in humans.

VeriChip said in a statement that studies have shown the implanted chips are safe for humans, as well as for the millions of household pets who have also received them as identification devices.
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Has anyone heard of an implant which looks like a piece of fibre optic glass, finer than a human hair? Is this feasible with perhaps undisclosed advances in nanotechnology?
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Florida starts microchipping Alzheimer patients despite cancer risks

(Exactly as predicted in David Icke's books)

'The VeriMed microchip is approximately the size of a grain of rice and contains a 16-digit patient identification number, which is available to anyone who scans the device with the right technology. This number can then be entered into a database to retrieve a patient's medical information. The FDA has approved the chip for human implantation.

According to VeriChip's CEO Scott Silverman, the VeriMed chip will eventually provide peace of mind to the families of Alzheimer's patients by providing a safety net in case a patient should get lost.'

It is Mr. Silverman who should get lost.

http://www.newstarget.com/022033.html

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Microchipping of Alzheimer's patients begins in Florida


(NewsTarget) The Delray Beach, Fla.-based company VeriChip Corp. has announced plans to implant 200 Alzheimer's patients in Palm Beach County with radio-frequency identification chips as part of a pilot study to test the new technology.

The VeriMed microchip is approximately the size of a grain of rice and contains a 16-digit patient identification number, which is available to anyone who scans the device with the right technology. This number can then be entered into a database to retrieve a patient's medical information. The FDA has approved the chip for human implantation.

According to VeriChip's CEO Scott Silverman, the VeriMed chip will eventually provide peace of mind to the families of Alzheimer's patients by providing a safety net in case a patient should get lost.

"When an Alzheimer's patient gets lost, once their arm is scanned, it would identify who they are and that they are an Alzheimer's patient," Silverman said.

The chip is not a GPS device, Silverman emphasized, and cannot be used to track people in whom it is implanted. All the participants in the two-year study are volunteers, and Silverman expressed pleasure with the study's reception so far.

"We had an excellent turn-out at the educational seminars and virtually 100% enrollment," he said. "This overwhelming acceptance underscores the value of the VeriMed system not only for Alzheimer's patients, but their caregivers as well."

But privacy and patients' rights advocates have criticized the project, charging that it strips Alzheimer's patients of their dignity.

The organization Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering (CASPIAN), owner of the web sites spychips.com and antichips.com, has accused VeriChip of testing a potentially unsafe technology on the "most vulnerable" segment of the population, questioning whether Alzheimer's patients are truly capable of giving their consent to be involved in such a study. CASPIAN has warned that the chips may cause adverse tissue reactions, problems with medical devices, electrical hazards and may place patients at risk of having their private information stolen.

Consumer health advocate Mike Adams added, "These Alzheimer's patients are being used as guinea pigs as part of a campaign that intends to eventually microchip the entire population. Today, it's senior citizens, pets and children... in the near future, it will be everyone."
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Florida starts microchipping Alzheimer patients despite cancer risks

(Exactly as predicted in David Icke's books)

'The VeriMed microchip is approximately the size of a grain of rice and contains a 16-digit patient identification number, which is available to anyone who scans the device with the right technology. This number can then be entered into a database to retrieve a patient's medical information. The FDA has approved the chip for human implantation.

According to VeriChip's CEO Scott Silverman, the VeriMed chip will eventually provide peace of mind to the families of Alzheimer's patients by providing a safety net in case a patient should get lost.'

It is Mr. Silverman who should get lost.

http://www.newstarget.com/022033.html

oh FUCK!




OMG! have to stick that on the handbaggs...

you know what, like what kha zar said up there, they are making patches for everything, soon it will be chips...patches to give up smoking, patches to lose weight, patches for cellulite, patches for headaches, patches for contraception (which i used and it almost ruined my health) fuck...soon it will be microchips...gotta stop it and make people aware, and to be aware of their frilled up fancy talk they'll try and make them fall for this with.


omg this makes me shudder:

According to VeriChip's CEO Scott Silverman, the VeriMed chip will eventually provide peace of mind to the families of Alzheimer's patients by providing a safety net in case a patient should get lost.'

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Human Microchip Implants , Electronic Torture, & Mind Control
- A Personal Account


[Editor's Note: People have discovered ways to disable microchip implants and we will make more information available here soon. I will relay more information to the author of this article on techniques that may prove useful to neutralize implants. What I've discovered from the books of Brice Taylor and Cisco Wheeler is that most individuals involved in placing implants in unsuspecting victims are usually themselves victims of mind control programming and they don't know -on a conscious level at least- that they are implanting people. Of course, some programmers, handlers, or implanters do know what they are doing and willfully participate, but most do not, as hard as that is to believe. Mind control is a very insidious and dark game which uses everybody involved, except those at the very top who act as the manipulators and puppeteers. See the Mind Control page for more information and ideas on countermeasures (http://educate-yourself.org/mc/ )...Ken Adachi]

By MHW
http://educate-yourself.org/lte/micr...e12sep07.shtml
September 12, 2007

Dear Mr. Adachi:

I am reading very carefully your internet material concerning electronic torture and mind control, for I, too, am a victim of an involuntary microchip implant. An historian by profession, I have recorded the effects of the microchip implant and my thoughts about them in a journal that now numbers almost 300 pages. A summary of my situation follows this note.

Sincerely, MHW


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Get ready. A new science is developing that victimizes countless individuals and promotes bigotry and inhumane practices on an inconceivable scale. That science involves the use of involuntarily implanted microchips in humans. A new form of torture and mind control from traditional methods, the science is little understood and little accepted in the scientific community. Psychiatrists and other doctors treating victims of microchip implants normally mis-diagnose their symptoms as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Even writing about such a topic almost automatically labels one schizophrenic, paranoid, or, in the least, a crackpot.

First, let me say a word about microchip devices. Microchips are tiny instruments that drive various functions of computers and other electronic equipment. They are about the size of a large B-B pellet; however, they are getting increasingly smaller. Veterinarians started implanting them in dogs, cattle, and horses fifteen to twenty years ago to allow the owners to track their animals and prove ownership. Today’s microchips are almost microscopic and represent state-of-the-art technology. Manufactured from silicone, they are virtually impossible to detect once they are implanted

A little over a year ago, while living in Mexico, many bizarre and menacing events began occurring in my life, things that completely bewildered me. I knew that I was not schizophrenic or paranoid. Although in my late sixties, I enjoy extremely good mental and physical health. As those actions became increasingly threatening, I ever-so-gradually learned that I had become the victim of an involuntary microchip implant. One of three dentists that I used in Mexico probably injected the tiny chip into my gum tissue or embedded it in a crown. Also a hair transplant specialist in the United States had the opportunity to implant the microchip in my head. All of those suspects belong to the medical community and swore to uphold the Hippocrates oath. But, of course, we know that doctors are no more moral and ethical than other non-medical individuals.

Knowing the value of documentation, I began keeping a journal of those unusual happenings. I not only studied my notes for clues about who was involved and how they conducted their handiwork but I also performed research on microchip implants and their use in electronic torture and mind control over the internet. The result of that research revealed that other people who claimed that they hosted microchip implants had suffered similar experiences. Many of their symptoms paralleled mine. In addition to those firsthand accounts, I found other data on the internet using the keywords “microchips, microchip implants, electronic torture, and mind control.” Although most of the articles took a particular slant on the topics, e.g., the Illuminati, the CIA, government control, etc., they all contained useful information.

Knowledge about my harassers and their modus operandi evolved slowly. More than six months went by before I knew the extent of their capability. Finally, however, I found out from experience that through the microchip implant and the computer program that operated with it, my torturers were able to perform the following actions:

(1) Monitor my movements.

(2) Hear and record my conversations along with those with whom I talked. The harassers occasionally played back to me through the inner ear excerpts of some of those conversations.

(3) See my body during those movements and also when I was immobile (especially when I slept) in 3-D. They can zoom in on any part of the body and see that part much like a cat scan views the body. I do not yet know whether they view my body in true color or black and white. Nor do I know whether the device allows them to see my front and back simultaneously.

(4) Apply a variety of torture techniques to my body. Those include: (a) sending pain and a sensation of pin pricks in my shoulders, face, elbows, and other areas, (b) bombarding my body with electrical jolts and tremors, (c) zapping my brain with laser-like rays that make a clicking/crackling sound, attempting to destroy brain cells (d) causing severe cramping, mainly in my legs, and numbness in my limbs from the base of the spinal column to my toes, (e) making me cough through pinpricking the inside of my throat and causing a partial erection by touching the inside of the urethra, and (f) causing headaches, stomach aches, and dizziness.

(5) Transmit voices either into my brain or into my inner ear and also project voices and other sounds through objects near me, i.e., the TV, a PC, and other electrical devices and even into the open air near me. Sounds may take the form of knocking on your door (when there is nobody there), dogs barking (when there are no dogs around), and birds cooing or singing (when there are no birds).

(6) READ MY THOUGHTS. Several manufacturers have developed microchip programs with that capability. At first, the program picked up only a few one and two syllable words. Now, however, those thoughts appear on their computer monitor in their entirety, probably somewhat like automated, computerized captions for the hearing impaired on TV. I know this because I often heard the terrorists repeating my thoughts, almost as fast as I developed them. They often used to repeat my silent prayers, with the reader’s voice only a word or so behind my words.

My journal and observations concerning the tormentors and the effects of the microchip implant total well over 200 pages. Therefore, I shall summarize what I found out about my harassers, who form a conspiracy of several factions:

(1) The principal perpetrators and the ones who manipulate the PC microchip program are a Mexican Evangelical family with close ties to Evangelicals in the United States. They also probably lived for many years in the U. S., probably in the mid-West or the upper South. Their two, possibly three children were probably born in the United States. They probably receive both technical assistance and funding from fellow Evangelicals from the United States.

I often wondered what caused those crazies to target me, so I started doing research on the Evangelical movement. I found that many people in the Evangelical camp were social misfits and deviants of one description or another. After conducting that research, I slowly began to fathom their evil mentality. Although I lived a monastic life in a proverbial glass house, their sick minds doubtlessly perceived that I was gay! After all, I lived alone, which is very uncommon in Mexico and the Third World. Lest you think it incredible that people would attempt to torment others for that reason, read about the members of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas. Those nut cases demonstrate at funerals of soldiers slain in Iraq because they believe it is God’s punishment for homosexuality in the United States! But sexual preference, whether heterosexual, homosexual, or bi-sexual, has nothing to do with hate-motivated acts. People can convince themselves of anything to justify their playing out the evil that lurks in their twisted minds.

(2) The wacko Evangelicals found accomplices in a few dissident students at a private university where I taught. To keep discipline, I sometimes asked students to leave the classroom. Some of those students took affront and set out to get even with me. They later collaborated with the Evangelicals in disseminating gossip by sending emails, along with secretly taken photos of me, to students in the thirty-two other campuses of that university system.

(3) Other collaborators came from disgruntled townspeople, parents of young people whom I had run away from my house when they came to park in cars across the street and talk in loud, vulgar terms about me, drink, and smoke marijuna.

(4) Additional accomplices include people in the town government, especially the police. About two years after I moved to my retirement site in Mexico and built my house, I wrote a long letter concerning illegal immigration by Mexicans into the United States, pointing out the negative effects in both the United States and Mexico. I mailed that letter to Congresspersons, government officials, and friends in the United States. In the article, I spoke in very unflattering terms about the Mexican police and army, who often abet drug smugglers and human traffickers. Thus, a coalition, each element with its own grievance, gathered around and supported the perverted Evangelical family.

I first realized the existence of that conspiracy and the effects of the electronic torture and mind control that accompanied it when I made a trip back to the States in December of 2005 to visit my son and his family. On that trip, my vehicle broke down on the Mexican interstate, and I had to spend three days in a nearby small town while it was being repaired. In that town I suffered all types of verbal harassment and physical torture. The torture consisted of electrical shocks and violent electrical-like tremors in my body while in or near my hotel room. When I crossed the border into the United States, the harassment continued. Not long after leaving the border, I heard voices in the vehicle that at first seemed to come from the driver door panel. The radio was off. I gradually discovered that instead they came from my brain, transmitted there through the microchip implant driven by the terrorists’ computer program. As the terror increased in intensity, I learned more about it.

Naturally I sought information about how to neutralize the microchip. Several private investigative firms on the internet stated that they were able to locate the device. However, I found only one company, located in Niagra Falls, Canada, that claimed that it could also disarm the microchip. The firm quoted a non-negotiable price of U.S. $15,800 for the work, with no written guarantees.

After more than three years in Mexico, I moved back to the United States. Although the continual harassment was not the cause of my return, it was indeed a factor. The electronic torture and attempted mind control did not stop at the border. After my return to the U. S., the terrorism continued. Based on advice that I found in various sources, I experimented with several methods of nullifying the effects of the electronic torture and attempted mind control. I encased my head with aluminum foil while I slept. I installed chicken wire on all sides, top, and bottom of my bed. I exposed myself during lightening and thunder storms. None of those measures proved effective in countering the torture and mind control activities. But eventually I shall find that way, and when I do, I will share it with the world.

People who place involuntary microchip implants in humans and people who use those chips for electronic torture and mind control represent are perverts in every sense of the word, regardless of the reasons for their actions. Only cruel, sick minds can contrive those actions and toy with the minds and bodies of victims as if they were playing a video game. The psychos rob their victims of a shred of privacy: They can see you at all times, day and night, hear your conversations, read your email correspondence (including your business account numbers and passwords), and even monitor your thoughts. They follow a “textbook,” which is essentially a users manual for the PC program that operates the microchip along with instructions about applying electronic torture and exercising mind control to victims. All of their actions are undertaken in utter secrecy. I am confident, however, that the growing misuse of microchips will eventually force governments, science, and industry to develop ways to locate those individuals and groups to punish them. No punishment is too severe for perpetrators of electronic torture and mind control carried out through microchips.

The warped minds of the tormentors focus on all types of victims, regardless of race, gender, social and economic status, religion, or age. From my research, I learned that the tormentors usually choose victims who live alone, as they have no witnesses to the effects of the torture. I suspect that in years to come we will discover that some mass murderers and parents who kill their children are victims of implanted microchips. Two such murderers have made news in the last few years: Andrea Yates, who drowned all five of her children, and Leanna Laney, who killed two of her young sons and left a third one incapacitated for life. Both women were believed to be good and devoted mothers. Both women heard inner voices commanding them to commit infanticide. One of the women said the voice was that of the devil; the other one, that it was the voice of God. I suggest that perverts, perhaps sick Evangelicals, using microchip implants may have supplied those “voices.”

What are the objectives of the perverted cowards who use microchips instead of facing their opponents? Each group of the perverts has its own agenda, but in general here is what they seek to do:

(1) Make others think that you are losing or have lost your mind. They do this by projecting you with voices whose origins you do not know, causing you to lash out at the voices and react in other seemingly strange ways. People who witness you apparently talking to yourself and making gestures assume that you have gone crazy. You lose any semblance of credibility. To the public and the medical community, you are either schizophrenic or paranoid.

(2) Isolate you from society. By spreading rumors, sending anonymous messages to people who know you, causing irritability in you that makes you querulous and unpleasant to others, people begin to avoid you.

(3) Cause you actually to lose your mind. By projecting the voices and other sounds, applying electronic torture, letting you know that they are watching you every second of the day and night, etc. they hope to drive you slowly into either thinking that you might be imagining those actions or actually drive you crazy out of frustration at being able to do nothing and failure to convince others of the existence of the microchip.

(4) Reduce you to zombie status. By constantly hurling laser rays into your brain, destroying brain cells, they hope to turn you gradually into a mindless individual who from outward appearances suffers from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

(5) Make life physically and mentally miserable for you. The electronic torture and mind control techniques cause you physical pain, mental anguish, and deprive you of sleep, rendering you ineffective in your work and daily life.

(6) Often harassers seek to cause bodily harm and even death by causing vehicular and other accidents due to sleep deprivation. Through the use of the computer program that operates off the microchip, they can also cause heart attacks, gastric problems, and other ailments that might hospitalize you or kill you.

I wish to plant several ideas. A need urgently exists

(1) To create an awareness among the American public that what I have described above is real and that it could happen to anyone.

(2) To impose upon manufacturers of microchips the responsibility to control closely the sale and distribution of microchips.

(3) To start a repository of data on microchip implants and their use in electronic torture and mind control, including the personal experiences of victims and methods that might neutralize those devices.

(4) To establish a support group for victims of microchip implants.

(5) To pass national and international laws governing the use of microchip implants in humans and imposing heavy penalties, including capital punishment, for their misuse.

(6) To persuade psychiatrists and other medical personnel to accept that some patients exhibiting symptoms of schizophrenia, paranoia, Alzheimer’s, or dementia may instead be victims of involuntary microchip implants.

Besides being sneaks and cowards, tormentorss who carry out electronic torture and mind control using microchip implants are also criminals, guilty of (1) stalking, (2) harassing with malicious intent, (3) coercion (in attempting to make the victim do things that he/she does not want to do with their mind control methods), (4) psychological and virtual rape, (5) breaking and entering (which they often do to intimidate the victims by unlocking locked doors, turning back clocks, moving items in rooms, hiding other items, etc.), (6) burglary and theft (which they commit when they enter a victim’s home and take items to confuse and disorient the victim), (7) recording a victim’s conversations without his/her consent, (8) peeping tom-ism (through their ability to view the victim), (9) assault and battery (by using electric shock, etc. against the victims), (10) slander (by circulating false rumors and stories that lack proof about the victim), (11) libel (when those rumors and stories are put into print in the from of emails, etc), (12) computer hacking and phone tapping, (13) first degree murder (when a victim suffers a fatal car crash because of sleep deprivation), and (14) attempted murder (when their plans do not succeed), and, of course, (13) terrorism.

I am not easily intimidated. I fight back. I intend to overcome and beat the electronic torture and mind control attempts. My aims are simple and direct: (1) To continue to live a normal life. The perverted terrorists deprive their victims of sleep to cause them to have vehicular and other accidents, make them irritable to other people, and render them ineffective in their work. They want victims to react to their torture and mind control actions so that victims appear schizophrenic or paranoid. In short, they seek to make life miserable for the victims. (2) To learn increasingly more about microchip implants and the computer programs that allow users to victimize the microchip carriers. I already know some large international manufacturers of microchips. I intend to study those companies and attempt to establish dialogues with technicians in those companies to find out more about the computer programs that govern microchips. There must be some conscientious employees in those companies who will put victims above terrorists. (3) To expose the perpetrators of the electronic torture and mind control. There have to be ways to trace the harassment back to its origin. I shall find those ways. I want to neutralize the perverted demons who are trying to destroy my life and those of many other victims. (4) To continue to inform the public about the possibility and danger of microchip implants in humans.

I hope that other victims of involuntary microchip implants will see this article and will join the battle against the cowardly perverts who seek to ruin our lives. If in summarizing my saga of electronic torture and mind control through implanted microchips I have left out salient information, feel free to ask me to clarify points. I invite you to share with me your experiences and thoughts on the topic. Please post your comments (without using your real names for your protection) in the space following this blog or contact me at [email protected]

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Michigan Child Identification Program

At a Masonic Chip Event, Masons generate individual completed child identification kits that are given to the parent to take home for safe keeping (we keep nothing but a permission form).

http://www.michip.org/



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Each child progresses through the several stations of the event generating an identifying item at each station and placing them in his or her kit. This completed kit can be immediately provided to authorities to aid in the recovery of a missing child.

An Event in the Public Interest by the Masons of Michigan

- No charge to parents
MICHIP is provided free of charge to the public. All of the indemnifying iteming generated during the event are given to the child's family.
- Toothprints® Dental Impressions
Teeth, like fingerprints, are unique. Even with a child who is losing and gaining teeth, a dental imprint gives accurate and important information for identification purposes.
- DNA
Cheek cells in saliva provide DNA, which can uniquely identify anyone.
- Dog Scents
Saliva provides a pure, exclusive trace scent, which tracking dogs can use to find lost children.
- Color Photo
Amber Alert is in operation through¬out Michigan. The color photo can be circulated by police to media throughout the state within two hours of an abduction.
- Fingerprints
Fingerprints are a well known tool for recovery and identification.
- Recorded Interview
A brief videotaped interview is invaluable to an investigator. the MICHIP interview captures teh appearance, speech, mannerisms and important personal characteristics of a child. It is the cornerstone of the program.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) recognizes COMPREHENSIVE MASONIC CHIP as one of the most complete child recovery and identification programs in the nation. In 1999 alone, over 797,500 children were reported missing in the United States.

The Michigan Child Identification Program, or MICHIP, is sponsored by the Michigan Masons and uses a defined "Masonic Model" called COMPREHENSIVE MASONIC CHIP. It is currently in operation by Masonic jurisdictions in thirteen states and continues to be adopted by Masons across North America.

Click here for more information or call us at (800)632-8764.
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BBC Horizon - Human 2.0 (44mins 57s)

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There is a moment in the near future where scientists believe we will transform the notion of what we believe to be Human. By conducting some of the most controversial experiments, Scientists are unlocking the secrets of the Human Brain, moving us towards the moment where it will be possible to store our minds in machines. Then we will be able to change what we are, and who we are. This is the story of how Biology and Technology will combine to create a new type of Human. Human version 2.0
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if you take a microchip you'll gonig to be like a human robot/zombie which some people already are.
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Psychiatrists and other doctors treating victims of microchip implants normally mis-diagnose their symptoms as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Even writing about such a topic almost automatically labels one schizophrenic, paranoid, or, in the least, a crackpot.
I actually think I have been chipped - I had/have most of what the matrixcutter post is about - I live in the UK. The bastards have tried a lot of things to get me to and think stuff - I am still strong. However they have not finished yet

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VeriChip and Digital Angel to Accelerate Development of Implantable Chip

VeriChip Corporation and Digital Angel Corporation to Accelerate Development of Implantable RFID Glucose-Sensing Microchip for Humans Through Development Agreement with RECEPTORS LLC
September 24, 2007 08:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time

Phase I of Project Aimed at Demonstration of a Self-Contained Implantable Glucose-Sensing System

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VeriChip Corporation ("VeriChip") (NASDAQ: CHIP), a provider of RFID systems for healthcare and patient-related needs, and Digital Angel Corporation (“Digital Angel”) (AMEX: DOC), owner of Patent No. 7,125,382 for an embedded bio-sensor system, announced today they have entered into a memorandum of understanding with RECEPTORS LLC, an expert in the field of proteomics and the development of artificial receptors to develop a prototype renewable glucose sensor to use in conjunction with an implantable bio-sensing RFID microchip to measure glucose levels in the human body. VeriChip will manage the partnership project, with the assistance of Digital Angel, aimed at accelerating the development of an embedded glucose bio-sensing system for humans. RECEPTORS will be responsible for demonstrating a self-contained glucose-sensing system in Phase I of the project. VeriChip anticipates a functioning prototype within six to twelve months.

Scott R. Silverman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of VeriChip, said, “The partnership with RECEPTORS will expand and accelerate our development efforts to create a prototype product and subsequently initiate clinical trials. We believe an implantable, glucose-sensing microchip could materially improve the lives of people with diabetes by negating their need to withdraw blood multiple times each day. With more than 230 million people around the world living with diabetes, this is a potentially significant market opportunity that could change diabetes treatment.

“Over time, we anticipate that VeriChip’s medical device division will grow through implantable RF and other technologies. We look at this glucose sensor development project as a first step in evolving our business from implantable RF identification devices to devices that can treat, diagnose and aid in patient care,” continued Silverman.

Checking blood glucose levels regularly is critical to properly managing diabetes. The conventional method – a finger prick – is invasive, painful and often inaccurate. The implantable bio-sensor chip would have a passive transponder, a sensor and integrated circuitry that could allow anyone implanted with the microchip to painlessly scan it to determine their blood glucose concentration. The RFID microchip would then quickly and accurately transmit the glucose data back to a wireless scanner that displays the glucose level. The RFID microchip would be powered by the scanner signal, avoiding the need for a battery in the microchip.

In October 2006, Digital Angel announced the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had granted Digital Angel patent No. 7,125,382, titled "Embedded Bio-Sensor System.” Although it is unknown when commercialization of this glucose-sensing microchip may occur, VeriChip Corporation intends to market it as Digital Angel’s exclusive licensee in the area of human implantable identification products. Digital Angel has also developed a temperature-sensing microchip, Bio-Thermo™, which is already available for use in horses and companion pets.

About RECEPTORS LLC

RECEPTORS' technology originates from its CARA ™ AFFINITY BY DESIGN™ Discovery Platform, which allows the company to optimize artificial receptors to any application. Its product suite focuses on the development of an integrated proteomics "toolkit", with an emphasis on high-performance protein isolation and biomarker discovery. RECEPTORS LLC is privately held. For more information on RECEPTORS, please call 1-952-448-4337, or email [email protected]. Additional information can be found online at http://www.receptorsllc.com.

About VeriChip

VeriChip, headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, develops, markets and sells radio frequency identification, or RFID, systems used to identify, locate and protect people and assets. VeriChip's goal is to become the leading provider of RFID systems for people in the healthcare industry. The Company recently began marketing its VeriMed(TM) Patient Identification System, a passive RFID system for rapidly and accurately identifying people who arrive in an emergency room and are unable to communicate. This system uses the first human-implantable passive RFID microchip, the implantable VeriChip(TM), cleared for medical use in October 2004 by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

VeriChip is majority-owned by Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADSX), which also owns a majority position in Digital Angel Corporation (Amex: DOC). For more information on VeriChip, please call 1-800-970-2447, or email [email protected]. Additional information can be found online at http://www.verichipcorp.com.

About Digital Angel Corporation

Digital Angel Corporation (www.DigitalAngelCorp.com) develops and deploys sensor and communications technologies that enable rapid and accurate identification, location tracking, and condition monitoring of high-value assets. Applications for the Company’s products include identification and monitoring of humans, pets, fish, poultry and livestock through its patented implantable microchips; location tracking and message monitoring of vehicles and aircraft in remote locations through systems that integrate GPS and geosynchronous satellite communications; and monitoring of asset conditions such as temperature and movement, through advanced miniature sensors. Digital Angel Corporation is majority-owned by Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSX), which also owns a majority position in VeriChip Corporation (NASDAQ: CHIP).

This press release includes forward-looking statements, including but not limited to statements regarding the potential development, clinical trials and commercialization of an implantable glucose-sensing microchip, the potential of the microchip to revolutionize diabetes care and management and to negate the need for diabetics to draw blood to monitor blood glucose levels, its ability to painlessly and accurately scan, determine, and transmit glucose concentration levels to a wireless scanner, and the potential for it to operate properly within the human body for the timeframe intended. VeriChip and Digital Angel wish to caution readers that certain important factors and various risks may have affected and could in the future affect VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s actual results and could cause VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s actual results for subsequent periods to differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement made by or on behalf of VeriChip and Digital Angel. With respect to VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s expectations expressed in this press release, such risk factors include, but are not limited to, the performance of the product according to VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s expectations. This information is also qualified in its entirety by cautionary statements and risk factor disclosures contained in VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including VeriChip’s and Digital Angel’s annual reports on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2006 and its quarterly reports. VeriChip and Digital Angel can offer no assurances that any projections, assumptions or forecasts made or discussed in this release will be met, and investors should understand the risks of investing solely due to such projections. VeriChip and Digital Angel undertake no obligation to revise any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this press release.


Contacts

VeriChip and Digital Angel
Allison Tomek, 561-805-8008
[email protected]
or
RECEPTORS LLC
Kris Vanella, 952-448-4337
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Michigan Child Identification Program

At a Masonic Chip Event, Masons generate individual completed child identification kits that are given to the parent to take home for safe keeping (we keep nothing but a permission form).

http://www.michip.org/



Click here for brochure

Each child progresses through the several stations of the event generating an identifying item at each station and placing them in his or her kit. This completed kit can be immediately provided to authorities to aid in the recovery of a missing child.

An Event in the Public Interest by the Masons of Michigan

- No charge to parents
MICHIP is provided free of charge to the public. All of the indemnifying iteming generated during the event are given to the child's family.
- Toothprints® Dental Impressions
Teeth, like fingerprints, are unique. Even with a child who is losing and gaining teeth, a dental imprint gives accurate and important information for identification purposes.
- DNA
Cheek cells in saliva provide DNA, which can uniquely identify anyone.
- Dog Scents
Saliva provides a pure, exclusive trace scent, which tracking dogs can use to find lost children.
- Color Photo
Amber Alert is in operation through¬out Michigan. The color photo can be circulated by police to media throughout the state within two hours of an abduction.
- Fingerprints
Fingerprints are a well known tool for recovery and identification.
- Recorded Interview
A brief videotaped interview is invaluable to an investigator. the MICHIP interview captures teh appearance, speech, mannerisms and important personal characteristics of a child. It is the cornerstone of the program.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) recognizes COMPREHENSIVE MASONIC CHIP as one of the most complete child recovery and identification programs in the nation. In 1999 alone, over 797,500 children were reported missing in the United States.

The Michigan Child Identification Program, or MICHIP, is sponsored by the Michigan Masons and uses a defined "Masonic Model" called COMPREHENSIVE MASONIC CHIP. It is currently in operation by Masonic jurisdictions in thirteen states and continues to be adopted by Masons across North America.

Click here for more information or call us at (800)632-8764.
Alan Watt discussed the agenda to have children microchipped, including information put out by freemasons (this time in Missouri) in his Jan 19, 2007 mini-blurb - "Mason's Microchip" - transcript.
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Old 26-09-2007, 01:05 AM   #39
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Here is an example of a stepping stone, from Japan:

RFID Watches Over School Kids in Japan

A group of children in Yokohama City wears active tags to keep them safe on their way to and from school.

By Claire Swedberg

Dec. 16, 2005—Children in Yokohama City, Japan, are the focus of a trial intended to test whether radio frequency identification might make Japanese school children safer on their way to school and back again.

The four-month trial began this month using AeroScout's T2 battery-powered RFID tags with call buttons. Nissan Motor Co., NTT Data Corp., Its Communications Inc., Tokyo Security Co. and Trendy Corp. are also participating in the trial. The system tracks the movement of children in a 2- by 2 1/2-kilometer (1.2- by 1.6-mile) area surrounding a city school.



Josh Slobin, AeroScout

Each child participating in the program wears a bracelet with a 2.4 GHz RFID tag complying with the 802.11 W-Fi standard. The tags can be set to send a signal, every second or every minute, to existing Cisco Wi-Fi access points used by the city for wireless Internet access. Those Wi-Fi access points function as RFID interrogators (readers).

Known as i-Safety, the system uses AeroScout software to determine the location of the child based on the tag’s signal strength received by Wi-Fi access points in the vicinity. That location information then goes to an NTT-run database, where a tag's unique Media Access Control (MAC) address is matched to that location.

The tags can transmit a signal to Wi-Fi access points as far as 1,000 feet away, and can be used to trace children within 10 meters (33 feet) of their actual location, at any point in the area where the trial is being held. In addition, the RFID tag comes with a call button a child can press to send an RF signal notifying the system he or she needs assistance.

AeroScout's T2 RFID tags are also being added to select Nissan vehicles regularly driven through the area on business, or for errands. The onboard RFID tags will send their MAC addresses to the same Wi-Fi access points as the cars drive through the trial area. NTT Data can then send a wireless alert message to a box installed under the passenger seat whenever the car drives near a child. When that happens, the box emits a recorded voice warning telling the driver a child is close by. There are two purposes for this function, Slobin says. First, participating drivers who pass through the area will know to avoid hitting the child. Second, designated safety guards monitoring the area by car can be notified by a voice message explaining that a child has pressed the call button, and identifying where that child is.

The system can also be set up to notify parents or guardians automatically via e-mail on a cellular phone or PC if a child passes a specific Wi-Fi access point on the way to or from school. If a child presses the tag's call button, the system will send parents an e-mail message to their cellular phone or PC, notifying them that their child needs assistance. The parents will also receive an image on the phone screen of a map showing where the child is.

The tags do not carry any information about the child, says AeroScout's director of marketing, Josh Slobin. Instead, the only information on the tag is its specific MAC address, a unique ID code used to identify networked devices. The NTT-run database contains data related to that address, such as the wearer's name, home address, parents and phone number.

"The information about the child resides on the software side of the system. There is no data being transmitted that is potentially insecure," Slobin says. That means no one could access the child's name or other personal information simply by using an RFID interrogator to capture the tag's data.

There has been a growing interest in child security in Japan, where most children make their way to school without a parent, and where there has been a series of recent crimes against children while in transit to school.

"Success for us would be to increase public confidence in their children's safety in Japan," Slobin explains. He says the system, thus far, has generated considerable excitement in Japan, with six television studios filming the early days of the trial. Slobin says he hopes the trial will prove that such an RFID solution could improve children's safety.

The participating companies say they plan to expand the detection range of the tags and adjust the system to respond to increased car speeds based on the test results. NTT Data is responsible for the overall coordination and system development; Its Communications Inc., for the provisioning of the network infrastructure, including wireless LAN-based transceiver stations; Trendy, for the system development and operation; and Tokyo Security, for the deployment of security guards to assist in community patrolling, and to go to locations whenever there is trouble.

AeroScout hopes to see the system in use at other school districts in Japan, and then worldwide once the trial has completed.
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Tuesday, September 18, 2007
California could be 3rd state to ban forced RFID implants
By Orr Shtuhl, Special to Stateline.org

It would be an interesting feature of an employee’s first day: sign a contract, fill out a W-2 and roll up your sleeve for your microchip injection.

Sounds like sci-fi, but it’s happened, and now a handful of states are making sure their citizens will never be forced to have a microchip implanted under their skin.

If Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) signs a bill passed Sept. 4, California would join Wisconsin and North Dakota in banning human implanting of these tags without consent.

No one’s quite sure how real a threat these forced implants might be, or why states are feeling compelled to protect their residents from being physically tagged. Lawmakers are calling the legislation pre-emptive, while the industry that produces the technology sees the states’ action as fear mongering.

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags – tiny, data-storing microchips about the size of a grain of rice – are in passports, in Wal-Mart factory shipments and in subway passes in cities from New York to Taiwan. They are also in humans. On one less-than-likely episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," a paranoid actor Bob Saget even uses one to monitor his adulterous wife.

Unlike Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, which is used for constant, real-time tracking, RFID tags are scanned at close range – usually from a few feet to a few inches. The tags are tracked by scanners installed at checkpoints, such as office doors or warehouse loading docks. The systems are also commonly used in highway toll collection and as theft protection in car keys.

In humans, they have been used to store medical information, to track movement and to gain access to locked rooms. To date, 2,000 RFID chips have been sold for implantation in humans, says VeriChip Corp., the only manufacturer with a Food and Drug Administration-approved implantable chip.

The company is focusing its technology on medical patient identification, and about 400 patients, including those with Alzheimer's disease, have RFIDs implanted. Other VeriChip human implants have been used by a Spanish nightclub to allow VIPs with implanted chips to bypass entrance lines and by the Mexico attorney general’s staff to safeguard identity information at a time when the kidnapping of government officials there is not uncommon.

Some customers are using them as high-tech keys. Ohio security firm CityWatcher.com raised eyebrows in 2006 when it requested that some of its employees be “chipped,” or implanted with tags for access to certain rooms. According to published reports, only two employees got the implants before the company dropped the program. CityWatcher.com has since shut down.

But forced chipping has been a rare practice, leading some industry spokespeople to decry regulation as “scare tactics.”

Wisconsin enacted the first RFID ban in May 2006, and North Dakota in April. Colorado and Ohio have bills in committee, and Oklahoma and Florida saw theirs die last session. Except for one U.S. House proposal to use RFID tags to track prescription drugs, Congress has not widely addressed the technology.

Legislators admit that the few laws being enacted are pre-emptive. Wisconsin state Rep. Marlin Schneider (D) had never heard of CityWatcher.com when he drafted the first implant ban.

“I had heard about this device from CNN or someplace, and I went into the office and said, ‘Get a bill drafted that prohibits this,’” he said. “This is beyond even what Orwell imagined.”

State Sen. Joe Simitian (D), who authored California’s bill, said he first looked into RFID legislation after grade schools in Sutter County, Calif., required students to wear IDs containing the chips to help monitor attendance. The move prompted privacy complaints from parents, and the school eventually stopped using the technology.

Simitian introduced four other RFID bills, dealing with criminal punishment for identity theft, security standards and use of these tags in driver’s licenses and school IDs.

All four proposals were originally pieces of California’s Identity Information Protection Act of 2006, which passed but was vetoed by Schwarzenegger. In a statement, he recommended waiting for standards from the federal Real ID Act, a plan to organize states’ driver’s licenses into a national system. The governor has until Oct. 14 to sign or veto the newly passed bill.

The lack of security in the chips is particularly alarming, Simitian said, and is a major reason he thinks the state should step in with regulation. A May 2006 story in Wired Magazine featured Jonathan Westhues, a 24-year-old engineer who demonstrated how he could (and did) covertly scan a company’s RFID employee badge and break into the office – all with a cheap, homemade reader. He’s since posted detailed instructions on how to make the reader on his Web site.

Westhues likens RFID chips to “a repurposed dog tag. … The Verichip is built with no attempt at security, and is therefore not very special to clone,” he writes on his Web site.

How low-tech are these homemade readers?

Determined to show the security flaws to skeptics in the Legislature, Simitian asked a tech-savvy grad student from his office to build one. The student then wandered the state Capitol one afternoon with the reader in his briefcase. In the process, he stole the security numbers of nine representatives. The reader could send out any of those numbers, getting him past any locked door a state senator would have access to. And he would appear as the senator in the electronic records.

Manufacturers and industry representatives say that no cases of such identity theft have been documented. But depending on the desired level of security, cameras and guards should be used in addition to RFID tags, says the AeA (formerly the American Electronics Association).

The technology is being embraced by a few government agencies. Both Vermont and Washington state have agreed to work with the Department of Homeland Security to test RFID driver’s licenses, although they won’t be required by citizens. The U.S. Department of Defense has been tracking shipments with RFID tags since 2003.

Besides possible privacy breaches, the new technology also has raised health alarms. Studies of implants used in the past 12 years have linked RFIDs to cancer in lab mice and rats, according to The Associated Press.

The studies did not have control groups for the cancer, and manufacturers report no complications with the millions of pets that have had various chip implants over the last 15 years. But the results were enough for some scientists to question the FDA’s approval of the technology.

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Contact Orr Shtuhl at [email protected].


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