Archive for the ‘verichip’ Category

BTC – One Mainframe to Rule Them All is a 50 minute documentary produced by Greg Nickolettos. The film starts with a monologue from Nazi Nexus author Edwin Black on WWII datalust and IBM. It then swiftly moves to current events surrounding injectible identity from Verichip, a corporation marketing an implanted RFID chip for seemingly pragmatic health care solutions.


The production values are typical of today’s dystopian standards in documentaries. After clearing the fear & exposure peak, we know the final solution is to simply oppose IBM’s persistent role in enumerating the masses as a sifting utility. Mid-way through One Mainframe the corporate transactional info may dull the attention span. This lasts a few moments before the human element comes back to visit. The point of the film is to portray Verichip as a “bad police chief” in a massive and ambitious dirty data handling effort to integrate every conventional identifiable person for a profile.

We never thought of Bill Gates as a “nazi”. However, the thought may scuttle across your mind after watching this.

INSTANT GRATIFICATION
You may still want to find out what’s out there on file about you anyway via LexusNexus. As it turns out, you can request your Full File Disclosure from ChoicePoint to find out what they know about you for no monetary cost, but it isn’t free – you would need to submit copies of your ID and a utility bill to get that information. All someone has to do is have copies of the same to get your information. So watch your identity articles.
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CLG<<Sept 21 (Reuters) Shares of VeriChip Corp (CHIP.O: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) tripled after the company said it had been granted an exclusive license to two patents, which will help it to develop implantable virus detection systems in humans.


The patents, held by VeriChip partner Receptors LLC, relate to biosensors that can detect the H1N1 and other viruses, and biological threats such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, VeriChip said in a statement.

The technology will combine with VeriChip’s implantable radio frequency identification devices to develop virus triage detection systems.

The triage system will provide multiple levels of identification — the first will identify the agent as virus or non-virus, the second level will classify the virus and alert the user to the presence of pandemic threat viruses and the third level will identify the precise pathogen, VeriChip said in a white paper published May 7, 2009.

Shares of VeriChip were up 186 percent at $3.28 Monday late afternoon trade on Nasdaq. They had touched a year high of $3.43 earlier in the session. (Reporting by Mansi Dutta in Bangalore; Editing by Mike Miller and Anil D’Silva)

And the contract goes to Jersey FEMA….

DELRAY BEACH, FL – April 20, 2009 — VeriChip Corporation (NASDAQ:CHIP) (“VeriChip”), a provider of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems for healthcare and patient-related needs, announced today that it has sold the VeriTrace™ system for disaster relief and emergency management needs to Atlantic and Mercer counties in New Jersey.

Have you heard that they will try it in an animal before they try it on you? This is year 2008 and we now have the technology to free us or to enslave us.

This applies to mechanical snafus, hemmorrages, cancers, flesh infections, ruptures and digital test rigging, re-rigging, runs and re-runs on chip instillation and information readouts in ..animals. Namingly your pets. The closer “they” can get it to home, “they” will.

You wonder who sits around hatching this megalomaniacal deluded sci-fi garbage and the surreality of these situations – applied science to manage the human animal. It’s the same generation after generation. It’s a fistful of inbred white guys, their greed-drugged patsys and interlocuting sociopaths as constant company. Yes-Men with money. And now Yes-Women, like Nazi Pelosi, who has turned to routine thuggery instead of relying fairly on the people of San Francisco whom once trusted her.

Of course, I refer to the rash of violences sustained by vocal anti-war critic and campaign competitor Cindy Sheehan. Political competitors like Sheehan have been shut down, silenced and their speaking engagements cancelled for them by spine-free venue owners and promoters. One such festival was We The People Festival in which Sheehan, Cynthia McKinney, Jack Blood & a Los Angeles organic farmer were told that they were not to speak on City Grounds under threat of shutting down the entire event by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. GOOGLE: We The People Festival.

It’s obvious that they are creating an enemy from their intemperances whom they justly fear. Which is why they have to re-route their ends-to-a means and abuse technologies to do it. Why? Because they can.

Here is what you need to know and remember: technology relies on use and personal adoption to work. If you don’t adopt the technology then it’s not going to be a “tool of the establishement”. So “they” really only have 2 options with microchipping :

A) Get you to “volunteer” for the technology adoption program
B) The shove-it-down-your-throat adoption program

The onus is on you in rejecting both programs if you don’t need to adopt their technologies. The tech engineers they employ will go do something else with their ingenuity and “they” can afford to take a hit, especially for trying to compromise the American public against themselves.

OK…here’s a great example from yet another-freaked-out-mother who discovers the evil future planned for who she cares for. You see the “voluntary” vs. “mandatory” elements of technology adoption here.

From Women-Not-Dabbling-In Normal Read whole exerpt for Rep. Karen Johnson’s Letter

[The]USDA has failed to follow any of the administrative procedures required to create enforceable regulations when it issued this new step in NAIS. So whether USDA can actually enforce it.

USDA has failed to follow any of the administrative procedures required to create enforceable regulations when it issued this new step in NAIS. So whether USDA can actually enforce it isn’t clear. On the other hand, USDA has created the entire NAIS program without regard to following the rules administrative agencies must follow, soit’s likely that the state agencies will automatically follow the USDA’s memo. Here are some excerpts from

USDA has failed to follow any of the administrative procedures
required to create enforceable regulations when it issued this new
step in NAIS. So whether USDA can actually enforce it isn’t clear.
On the other hand, USDA has created the entire NAIS program without
regard to following the rules administrative agencies must follow, so
it’s likely that the state agencies will automatically follow the
USDA’s memo. Here are some excerpts from the memo:

– USDA is requiring NAIS premises registration “as the sole and
standard location identifier” for activities relating to any disease
regulated through the Code of Federal Regulations, for emerging or
re-emerging disease, and for foreign animal diseases (page 1, Section
II & III.A.1)

– People who refuse to voluntarily register their properties in
NAIS will be registered against their will: “If the person responsible
for the premises chooses not to complete the form to register his/her
premises, either the animal health official or an accredited
veterinarian will collect the defined data fields.” (page 2, Section
III.B.2)

– The memo applies to federal animal health authorities, state
animal health authorities, and private veterinarians who are
accredited for federally regulated diseases (page 1, Section I)

– Any veterinarian who is accredited for a federally regulated
disease is subject to the USDA’s edict to involuntarily register his
or her clients:

“A PIN is required for activities performed at a
premises by a State or Federal animal health authority or an
accredited veterinarian for any disease that is regulated through
Title 9 of the Code of Federal Regulations.” (page 4)


– The listed disease programs for which a PIN will be required
include:

  • Tuberculosis

  • Brucellosis

  • Johne’s disease

  • Pseudorabies

  • Scrapie

  • Chronic Wasting Disease

  • Low pathogenic Avian Influenza of the H5/H7 strains

  • Communicable diseases in horses, asses, ponies, mules, and
zebras, which would include equine Infectious Anemia

  • Texas (splenetic) fever in cattle

  • Scabies in cattle

  • Exotic Newcastle disease and chlamydiosis

  • Poultry health as addressed in the National Poultry
Improvement Plan

  • Swine Health
– The activities that will result in being registered in NAIS include:
o Vaccinations
o Diagnostic tests
o Certifications (other than certificates of veterinary
inspection)
o Application of official eartags or backtags (page 5)
-USDA states that PIN’s are not required for “participation in
voluntary programs,” but does not explain which those would be (p.6)
The full memo is posted at:
http://www.libertyark.net/APHIS-PIN-Mandate-080922.pdf