here we go. chip implants for all!

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PostSun May 16, 2010 5:07 pm » by zionslion

"Having one in every person could relieve anxiety for parents and help save lives, or work on a more mundane level by unlocking doors with the wave of a hand or starting a parked car -- that's how tech enthusiast
Amal Graafstra (his hands are pictured above) uses his. But this secure, “instrumented” future is frightening for many civil liberties advocates. Even adding an RFID chip to a driver’s license or state ID card raises objections from concerned voices....."

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PostSun May 16, 2010 5:13 pm » by Mayafan

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PostSun May 16, 2010 5:21 pm » by Torofamily

here we go. chip implants for all!

not for me
death before dishonor

Write your Congressman:
The American people vote once every 4 years and recycle and think they are politically correct, its the other 1459 days that f#&k us.

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PostSun May 16, 2010 5:47 pm » by zionslion

agreed toro. where do we meet to join the uprising? :hugging:

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PostSun May 16, 2010 5:48 pm » by Armaita

Just say no.
Know thyself.

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PostSun May 16, 2010 5:59 pm » by Samkenman

As for me and my family...We will not be implanted, vaccinated or drugged.

They can kiss my hairy red arse! :nope:
Take it easy...and if its easy...take it twice!!

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PostSun May 16, 2010 6:13 pm » by Anuki

Inside the Australian Government’s Scary Web Site on Microchip ID Implants

By Jim Edwards

If the Australian government really doesn’t want to implant its citizens with PositiveID (PSID) microchips, it sure isn’t helping itself with its Web page dedicated to a “literature review” of different patient identification technologies, including VeriChip, “palm vein scanning,” radio frequency identification, and other dystopian sci-fi ideas.

While the New South Wales Department of Health Web page is ostensibly a reference point for officials who want to reduce medical errors caused by patient mixups, it looks pretty scary if you’re someone who thinks that society is heading toward a Minority Report-style dictatorship in which everyone carries a compulsory microchip implant. And there are lots of those people.

Managers ought to be aware that transparency has a flip side: The same information can look mighty different when viewed by unintended audiences.

Australia is in the middle of a healthcare reform, and a central plank of those changes is the introduction of a “personally controlled electronic health record system,” or e-Health scheme, that gives each Australian a 16-digit ID number. By unfortunate coincidence, PositiveID’s VeriChip device also relies on a 16-digit system, and its Health Link medical records product sounds exactly like the online database Australia is creating.

So, paranoid Americans who believe President Obama wants to introduce
socialist World Government that controls its subjects via RFID chips just caught a lucky break: Australia is giving us all a sneak preview.


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PostSun May 16, 2010 6:46 pm » by Boondox681

convenience for freedoms
i think not
i'll stick to just turning the fuckin' doorknob

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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 8:43 am » by Misterethoughts

But we knew it was already here...
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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 8:48 am » by Freeyourmindnow

mayafan wrote:no FKN WAY
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exactly what he said


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