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Death of Privacy…RFID tech

Posted by jeremiasx on January 27, 2007

Coming to a workplace near you…

Think it’s a bullshit conspiracy theory? Think again…links below…educate yourself. It’s already here.

Like Tattoos? How about one with RFID tech?
RFID chip manufacturer…LOVE the name of the company.
Is RFID technology pissing people off? In New York…
Maine Decries Real ID Act…

“And He causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:

And that no man might buy or sell, save [except] he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”  Rev 13:16-18 KJV

What is 666? Is it actually the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, “w” or “vah” Remember, prophets usually only get a glimpse of the future and have a liimited capacity to explain what it is that they are seeing based on their knowledge (or lack thereof) of technology..” -Jeremias X, apprising all worthy brothers and fellows of approaching danger…if you have ears to hear, then hear plainly what I say. The End is NIGH.

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5 Responses to “Death of Privacy…RFID tech”

  1. hairybeast said

    It’s a bullshit conspiracy theory and here’s why:

    1. RFID ink is for livestock. Farmers have been branding cows for centuries yet I notice the government is not doing THAT yet…

    2. Dead link.

    3.The Beast worked for a decade at a company which required badges and timecards. Badges got lost often and were a HUGE pain to get replaced and paper time cards could be damaged, stolen or tampered with. Once they went to RFID handpads everybody was happier. What’s the difference between touching a handpad and swiping a badge? Well, for one you are much less likely to lose a hand than a badge.

    4. Maine vs Real ID. This part of the story caught The Beast’s eye:

    “The ID act sets national standards for licenses which will have to include a digital photo, anti-counterfeiting features and machine-readable technology.

    States will have to verify documents presented with license applications such as birth certificates, Social Security cards and utility bills, and will have to link their license databases so they can all be accessed as a single network.

    States also will have to verify that a person applying for a license is in the country legally. States will be able to issue separate credentials to illegal aliens so that they will still be able to drive.”

    OH the HORROR! NH has been doing this for years and nobody complains, except for the fact that when you lose a driver’s license it’s a LOT easier to get a new one. Methinks backward old Maine is bitching because they don’t want to spend the money ($3 Mil) to join the rest of us in the 21st century.

    As Jed Clampett says: “You’re doin’ a lot of choppin’ boy, but no chips’re flyin’!”

  2. jeremiasx said

    Ok…listen…the fact that the auspices under which these things are coming into existence is for “cattle” is only a disgusting HINT at what the ultimate goal is. You can walk along blindly and step in line when they tell you it’s your time though, my friend.

    BTW…the link that is broken must be the one that states the purposes of the RFID ink is being developed for HUMANS AND CATTLE.

    There are already government entities (the Mexican govt. is one for sure) that have chipped high ranking officials in an attempt to “prevent kidnapping and bolster recovery and rescue efforts” and I doubt you noticed it but several years ago FOXNEWS and NBC were both reporting on this trend by people to have chips implanted in their pets AND THEMSELVES to help prevent them being kidnapped indefinitely or lost in the woods, mountains, whatever.

    In the Real ID Act there are provisions set forth for improving BIOMETRIC identity recognition…look up the word biometric. It doesn’t have to be retinal scans or fingerprints…there are more SECURE methods which are obviously being researched and developed for mass use. (And not just in Bessie and Rover)

    When people claim things to be “bullshit conspiracy theories” they demonstrate what appears to me to be a fear of coming to grips with the ultimate and definite reality of the times in which we live. Either that, or they must be a proponent of tyranny…there are of course “constant skeptics” out there as well. It’s unfortunate, but true.

  3. hairybeast said

    Jeremiasx

    Calm down. Look, how did your post begin?

    “Think it’s a bullshit conspiracy theory?”

    The Beast merely answered your question using your own words. If you ask a question you should be prepared to get an answer.

    If people want implanted chips then that’s their own deal. People want all kinds of odd stuff stuck into their hide these days – The Beast saw one dude on a tv show who had sockets implanted into his cranium (looked like a 5/16 – 18 thread) so he could screw in a variety of horns and studs. Oh well. And let’s not get started about INK…

    All of this sounds voluntary as hell, frankly. Unlike Jolly, liberal Olde England where the police cameras that cover every inch of that island are now being refurbished with speakers so they can yell at you when they see you doing something wrong.

    That’s happening NOW.

  4. jeremiasx said

    Most laws enacted come from practices which were once voluntary and then deemed necessary for the greater good of the public. (seat belt laws, smoking laws, drug laws, morality laws, yea, most of the criminal code is common sense stuff that doesn’t become an issue until people gripe enough to government to stop it.)

    So my point…all that (which I linked to and repaired the link to Digital Angel thank you for mentioning it was broken) is happening NOW…and what is to come of it in the future? Do you believe that with ALL the negative things in this world which would lead one to believe that implanting chips in their citizens would help prevent access by non-citizens, terrorists, or any other “undesirables” into our country…why wouldn’t they mandate it eventually? Social security numbers are mandated…IDs are mandated…it’s the NEXT logical step.

    It’s smartchip technology (for credit cards) married to GPS technology (GPS scanners, locater, tracking devices) married to a government entity which obviously thinks very little about it’s citizens right to privacy (operation echelon, fisa wiretapping, etc.) which has been leading up to a complete restructuring of basic human liberty. That’s my assertion. Time will indeed be the judge…but I’ll tell you this. I’ll never take an RFID/GPS device on my person whatever. I don’t even own cell phones. I assume (in my paranoid way) that the government attempts to keep tabs on me as well…if they didn’t offer proof of this (through hits on my myspace page originating from Langley and DC) then I wouldn’t be paranoid about it. Still yet, someone has to speak out…and not just in fiction (V for Vendetta, Idiocracy) because when I stand before the Lord, my creator, I will not have to turn away sheepishly into the shadows and say, “I did nothing to try to stop it. I went along peacefully and agreeably to that which you said was a sin and an abhorration. Forgive me still yet.”

  5. […] As I’ve been saying all along …even longer than I’ve been on the blogosphere…over ten years now…this is a SOFT SELL. I don’t just make shit up for the fun of it. We WILL HAVE RFID monitoring devices…they are just testing the waters right now. Note the obligatory OPINION POLL that claims that we’re all just DYING to be watched INCESSANTLY. THANKS BIG BROTHER! […]

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