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Monk2400
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Posted 02/08/13 - 7:32 PM:
Subject: First Dogs, then Children...they are coming for us
For all those that scoff at the idea that the PTB want to microchip human beings, that the mark of the beast is real and is in the works for governments at home and abroad, please pay attention and observe which way the wind is blowing:

Dogs in England must be microchipped from 2016

This isn't paranoia. This isn't 'conspiracy theory'. This is real. It's happening. And the sick joke is how many people think this is perfectly marvelous. How many support this and other similar initiatives. How many moronic sheep bah-bah their heads in agreement to the ridiculous lies that prop up these unbearably evil proposals.

People nowadays WANT absolute control by an authoritative agent. They WANT to be monitored 24/7. They WANT total intrusion on all parts of their lives. They have no sense of liberty, no common sense. It is truly disgusting. And very, very depressing, to see that our world is slipping down the slope into oblivion. There is no saving it.

What will you be able to do when the government demands that all persons be microchipped 'to preserve the safety and security of national institutions and human dignity' and all those that refuse will be jailed, excluded, or summarily executed?

How will you get your bread and milk when Walmart only accepts an RFID chip in your left wrist?

Of course, 'they' want to polarize people and create a divide. On one side are the fodder, the blind idiots that will walk right into the slaughterhouse and willfully feed themselves to the jaws of evil. On the other side, the resistors who will 'fight' and cause trouble--but always on the fringes, on the margins--and justify increasingly intrusive and harsh policies for the rest.

If you think that microchipping dogs is cool, you're already lost.

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Posted 02/08/13 - 8:00 PM:

A bit of a slippery slope, Monk?

Between micro chipping a dog and RFID tracked status and currency (along with enforced conformity) there is a big leap of time, debate and public protest.

Though I'd say society is already oppressive given its treatment of haves and have nots and material requirements. Those without homes are not aloud any space, continually shuffled from one area to another to no avail (this is evil).

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Posted 02/10/13 - 3:08 PM:

Yes it's slippery..and they're adding grease to it everyday!!

There's no 'big leap' here. Sure there's time and may be 'debate' (LOL). But the ground work is being laid. The point is that if people accept it this far, it won't take much to convince them of the next stage...and the next. We can clearly SEE this happening RIGHT NOW.

Do you think that any amount of bogus for-show public debate will stop an initiative to microchip human beings? 'You already acknowledge its benefits' they will say. They'll start with criminals, probably pedophiles, then maybe army personnel or children (for their protection). And finally you won't be able to buy bread without the mark of the beast.

I can't believe it's going this way, but it is.

They won't be satisfied with chipped ID cards. To prevent theft and fraud, it will go internal. Helllllo Satan!

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Posted 02/10/13 - 7:30 PM:

You could always move to Tierra del Fuego and hide in your cabin with a gun.
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Posted 02/11/13 - 10:03 AM:

'slippery slope' my ass...

www.slate.com/blogs/future_...wear_electronic_chips.html

www.alternet.org/civil-libe...e-track-everything-kids-do

No chips for me (except potato).
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Posted 02/11/13 - 4:42 PM:

I sometimes turn off the location services on my cell phone. Please don't ask me why.
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Posted 02/11/13 - 9:06 PM:

As much as I do not like the idea of electronic taging for people, in cases of kidnapping it would certainly simplify the problem of finding the victum, unless the kidnapper had surgical skills and could remove the chip. If it were applied to children they could choose to have it removed when they reach adulthood.
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Posted 02/12/13 - 1:03 AM:

We will all be chipped and drones will be flying everywhere tracking everyone all the time.

You won't be able to buy food without the mark of the beast.

But if you have the mark of the beast and no money, you still won't be able to buy any food.


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Posted 02/12/13 - 8:54 AM:

Hotel California? nod
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Posted 02/15/13 - 10:29 AM:

"...you still won't be able to buy any food."

So: why submit to chipping in the first place?

No, better you get a gun (your choice of type), train yourself to use it, steel your nerves, then go 'get' your food (from the woods, or, from fellow man).
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Posted 02/15/13 - 11:39 AM:

Henry, "steel your nerves"? WTF, did you grow up in the city where you never saw an animal get killed? I grew up in the country outside of a small town, and every year there was no school on the first day of deer season, All the bus drivers, most of the older kids, and a lot of parents and teachers were in the woods looking for that buck for venison. When I was growing up my brother and I decided we wanted to raise rabbits, so we got a buck and a couple of doe, and started. When the young got big enough to eat it was our job to kill, skin, and clean them. The way you kill a tame Bunny is to hold it up by it's back legs and hit it on the back of the neck with your open hand as hard as you can. It breaks the neck and kills the bunny. If you are a vegetarian, have enough land and grow your own.
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Posted 02/15/13 - 11:44 AM:

*ahem*

My advice ('steel your nerves') is intended for 'the other', not for 'me'.

I'm a country boy.

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Posted 02/15/13 - 11:50 AM:

Yes, I can see that there are a lot of city bred types here, I'm glad that we aren't them.
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Posted 02/15/13 - 4:00 PM:

Oh, I've nuthin' against city folk...some just get uppity 'cause they 'are' from the city (as if the proximity of a throng imbues one in ways that being non-thronged does not).
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Posted 02/15/13 - 5:55 PM:

Damn, for a second I thought you were talking about thongs, then I read it again. I like thongs, on sexy women.
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