By: Right.is –
The Mark of the Beast? Never going to happen? Look at the players in this: former head of DARPA and Google. I have news for all of us: This is coming…like it or not. Period.
Do you believe in the Mark of The Beast?
The Mark of The Beast is something the Bible refers to in the book of Revelation 13:16.
It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads.
It tells of a time in the probable near future where nothing will be bought or sold without this ‘marking’. It has long been speculated what it will be a tattoo or an arm band or head band of sorts. Now it seems modern technology has caught up with Biblical prophecy and we can truly grasp what the mark could potentially look like.
An implantable chip in one’s hand – this chip could interact with your body in the doctor’s office. Scan it, and it could tell your blood pressure, blood sugar, heart rate, or any other vital piece of information of medical history.
Go to the store and scan your hand to pay for groceries. It would be connected to your bank account and the amount deducted. No cash. No credit cards. No more fraud.
How far off is this?
Not very. In fact IBM has been getting the public primed for years.
IBM has been making its living off organized information before the invention of computers. During World War II they leased punch card machines to the Nazis for their concentration camps. These machines had to be serviced on site monthly. They were punch card systems that corresponded to the numbered tattoos on prisoners’ arms.
There was an early mention of RFID chips in the original draft of the Affordable Care Act, but it was found out early on and good citizens like you raised their voices and it was removed.
What this tells us is that it is real, and it’s something we need to be on the look out for in the future again.
Be sober. Be vigilant.
I get so tired of people yelling “Conspiracy Theory,” when in fact the reality is they just know NOTHING on the subject. No question the subject is a touchy one, so people seem to find it easier to laugh and point fingers than it is to actually do some research and learn. For someone like me, I’ve been reading books and listening to all kinds of podcasts for years now, so I’ve had the chance to hear people interviewed who were “allegedly” involved in many of these “conspiracy theories.” What I’ve come to find after about 8 years, thousands of pages read, and hundreds, if not thousands of hours of podcasts listened to, is these people are telling the same stories.
Now either they all know each other and it’s one big hoax, or there is a lot of truth in what they say since they claim to have first hand knowledge. Many people know the “original” version of Obamacare had a provision for an implantable chip that would be mandatory. It was later removed and never found it’s way into the final version, but plenty of experts say you can expect the chips to be mandatory within five years. Do your homework. The FDA recently approved a chip for use in humans. That should tell you enough right there. Don’t take my word for it. At first I was told I was nuts about the Fema Camps and I was far from wrong and I was nuts about ChemTrails, but it turns out the CIA recently admitted to chemtrails and trying to alter earth’s atmosphere. , and just like I was nuts when i talked about Haarp and weather modification. I am right about this. Take it to the bank.
On Wednesday, October 9 the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved the use of a tiny computer chip, “VeriChip” for implantation in people. The little computer chip will be implanted into a person’s arm and will hold the patient’s medical history for doctors and hospitals.
Applied Digital Solutions out of Delray Beach, Fla., received the go ahead from the FDA to begin marketing the VeriChip. The computer chip would only be used for medical purposes and would be about the size of a grain of rice.
The procedure to insert the VeriChip would take approximately 20 minutes and would entail the chip to be inserted through a syringe. It would be inserted under the skin and wouldn’t require any stitches to close the incision.
Critics of using the computer chips argue that it would create new avenues to which the confidentiality of medical records could be compromised. However, the VeriChip is said to not contain the actual medical records.
Instead it would have codes that could be scanned and revealed in the doctor’s office or hospital. The code would allow health care providers to gain access to the portion of a secure database that is where the medical records would be stored.
Some the information that providers would be able to get access to would be any known allergies and prior treatments the patient had received. It would be the electronic database and not the computer chip that would updated after each medical visit.
Emily Stewart is a policy analyst at the Health Privacy Project. She has voiced her concerns over the use of the VeriChip. “If privacy protections aren’t built in at the outset, there could be harmful consequences for patients.”
It’s the possible other uses that have also raised a few red flags. Computer chips are already used and implanted in one million pets in order to assist families in locating their missing pets.
The computer chips could also be used to track and monitor a person’s movements and locations. Stewart went on to say that in order to protect someone’s medical information the computer chips should only include the most vital medical information.
Information such as allergies, blood type, information medical workers would need to ensure they could safely do their jobs on a patient they weren’t familiar.
David Ellis is an information technology guru at the Detroit Medical Center sees the benefits to the computer chip. He’s planning to lobby for his medical center to be included in the VeriChip pilot program.
Ellis said, “One of the big problems in health care has been the medical records situation. So much of it is still on paper. It’s part of the future of medicine to have these kinds of technologies that make life simpler for the patient.”
Of course he also believes that only the strongest encryption algorithms should be used in order to block hackers from obtaining the information.
Applied Digital Solutions’ chief executive officer, Scott R. Silverman is one of six executives who have actually had the computer chip implanted. Silverman sees more than just medical uses for the computer chip.
Silverman said it could also be used in employees of such secured facilities as nuclear power plants. The chips would allow the employees at these secure facilities to be tracked throughout the buildings.
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This next part of the story is two years old, but unless DARPA is a topic you try to follow regularly (to this extent, following DARPA is possible), you probably had no idea when it came out, and probably don’t get why this is a big deal.
Let me give you some background on what DARPA is. I’ve made several references in previous posts that along with D.H.S., FEMA and HAARP, DARPA is not something you want anywhere near you.
So what is DARPA and why does it matter that its chief has moved on to Google?
DARPA – Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is:
… an independent agency of the United States Department of Defense (DOD) that focuses on developing cutting edge technology to ensure that the United States remains ahead of its enemies. The organization has contributed a number of technologies to the United States military and the world in general, including the groundwork for the Internet. Many of the workings of this agency are kept concealed from the public, in the interests of keeping its technology under wraps so that it is not exploited by other nations.
The agency was founded in 1958, after the Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the first satellite. The United States government realized that it needed a small, mobile, independent research organization if it wanted to meet threats to American security quickly and decisively. Initially, the agency was called the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), and it focused on aerospace research and threats to national security such as nuclear testing by other nations.
By 1972, the organization’s mission had evolved, and the government had added “Defense” to the title, turning it into DARPA. It began to focus on looking forward into the future, working on highly experimental technology in small, focused groups. This system continues to be used by the agency today, with it focusing on goal-oriented projects that are intended to improve America’s military and defense systems.
DARPA has a number of divisions that are divided into smaller teams focusing on a variety of issues. Information technology is an important part of its research, for example, as are tools that are used on the battlefield, such as drones, armored vehicles, and communications jamming equipment. The agency also focuses on the threat of weapons of mass destruction, and it counters emerging threats to American security and information awareness. It has many small but very dedicated groups of active researchers and experiments, who may work together for up to five years developing a project and delivering a prototype.
Because DARPA technology is used to protect national security and make the United States more effective militarily, it is largely classified. It is also extremely advanced, since the organization focuses on technological superiority. Periodically, information about agency projects does reach the public, but the details are usually deliberately obscured. Civilians, for example, might be aware that it is working on a cloaking device for camouflaging soldiers, but they will not be aware of the mechanics of the system.
Now that you know what DARPA is, imagine it’s former chief in charge of one of the biggest Research and Development budgets on earth. Still not impressed? Keep in mind the close ties Google and the NSA were shown to have. Now I should have your attention.
Former DARPA head Regina Dugan now leads special projects for the Google-owned Motorola, and she claims to be very excited about wearable computers. By that she doesn’t necessarily mean something so pedestrianly futuristic as Google Glass or a smartwatch. Dugan means electronic tattoos and pills.
“We got to do a lot of epic shit when I was at DARPA,” Dugan said onstage at D11. But the stuff she is working on at Motorola is pretty cool (and totally creepy!) too:
- An electronic tattoo that can be used to authenticate a user instead of some flimsy password. It’s made by a company called MC10 that Motorola is partnering with, and Dugan is wearing it on her own arm.
- Another option in a similar vein: Vitamin authentication. Dugan shows a pill that can be ingested and then battery-powered with stomach acid to produce an 18-bit internal signal. After that, the swallower’s whole body becomes a password.
“This isn’t stuff that is going to ship anytime soon. But it is a sign of the new boldness inside Motorola,” explained Dugan’s boss, Motorola head Dennis Woodside. And Dugan and Woodside claimed that all this is entirely optional; Google is not going to be force-feeding us pills.
“If you want to ensure failure in your innovation, try removing the risks,” Dugan said. “Boredom is the enemy of innovation.”
One person who read this article had the following to say:
Anyone else find it very frightening the ex-DARPA head is now working on Google’s secret projects, especially after it’s came out that Google has been in bed with the NSA & handing over user info for government spying programs? The stuff that’s going on screams 1984 crossed with an Isaac Asimov sci-fi, combining the world of thought crimes & always watching big bro with future tech that can read your thoughts & instantly doll out appropriate punishment via implanted control chips inserted at birth. Or real “Smart Water” with active nano-bots programmed to do various insidious tasks. Or even the now mundane idea of the “mark of the beast”, but with a high tech twist via the interactive tattoo that Dr. D is sporting in the above photo, necessary for transactions in daily life from buying & selling goods & services to starting your car & opening the door to your house.
Welcome to the future, jump in, the water’s fine!
The mere mention of the issue of implanting RFID chips in humans, like the ones already used in dogs and other animals, leads many to instantly view the issue as a tin-foil hat, outside of the mainstream, conspiracy theory story. But could it really be true that the Obama Regime wants us all to have these RFID chips implanted with our complete medical records and other information stored on them? Let’s put on our tin-foil hats and look into the issue. Shall we?
But what would many think when a mainstream news outlet such as NBC predicts that humans will be implanted with RFID chips by 2017? Here is the video, which clearly Brian Williams of NBC news predicts that we’ll be using these RFID chips by 2017. Click here to watch and listen.
This article in a publication called The PCMD Gazette, which also featured the NBC video, claims the chips will be used by 2017, and also claims they are mandated in H.R. 4872, more commonly known as ObamaCare, and even gives this link to the legislation from the web site of the House of Representives of Congress. The article says the part of ObamaCare where the claims about RFID chips begins on page 1014 of the ObamaCare legislation.
Part of the language of 1014 of ObamaCare makes reference to “(i)a class III device; or (ii) a class II device that is implantable, life-supporting, or life sustaining.” This to me sounds like an implanted device given to some for medical necessary for survival, such as a heart pacemakers or maybe a device installed for a Type I diabetic to administer insulin directly into the blood stream. So maybe this is not really about implanting RFID chips?
If I were in the position of authority in the government to interpret this provision and the accompanying regulations, I would say it’s not about RFID chips. But does this therefore debunk the claims that the Obama Regime might use this to require all of us to get implanted RFID chips? No, because we know this Regime is completely lawless and will interpret any law, or provision of the Constitution to mean what they want it to mean, or they will just outright ignore and violate the law and the Constitution.
The bottom line is, if the Obama Regime wants to cite this and use it as their “authority” to hand down an executive orders requiring all citizens get RFID chips, they will just do it, as they have done a number of other things including the recent implementation of carbon taxes by executive order, or the “dream act” provisions to enact amnesty by executive order, or Obama’s illegal firing of the CEO of General Motors during the federal bailout of two of the three domestic automakers.
Article contributed by Right.is.