Do you have a car? A child? A credit card? A Passport? A Smartphone? Do you live in a city? Well, guess what? You are already chipped, marked, tracked, surveilled.... use whatever words you want, the government literally has your number.
We see a lot of debate over the "Mark of the Beast" terminology, where those of faith quote Revelation 13: 17, "And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name," and those with no religious affiliations are so busy mocking the terminology that aren't paying attention to the fact that in some manner everyone is already marked or in the process of being marked.
We will start with the actual "implant" and move along from there.
Reports of people volunteering to have implanted chip technology put into their bodies in the name of "additional security and safety," come from a variety MSM reports, such as one from ABC News titled "Implant Chip, Track People," where one company reported they already had 50 volunteers to test their "VeriChips."
Dr. Richard Seelig, a former surgeon but now a medical consultant for ADS, became the first to embed a VeriChip in his arm and hip on Sept. 16. He says his decision to become a willing guinea pig came when he saw World Trade Center rescue workers scrawl information on their skin as an identifying marker should they get hurt in the wreckage.
"There is a clear need for a more secure [form of] identification," says Seelig. "This was another useful application for VeriChip and to move the process along and [help] evaluate the possibility, I had the chips inserted."
And Seelig isn't the only one who feels this way.
According to ADS' Bolton, about 50 people have already signed up with the company to become part of the VeriChip experiments. Some volunteers, such as the Jacobs family in Boca Raton, Fla., believe that the technology will provide for a much needed additional security and safety.
Dozens of other examples can be found on the Internet, all citing "safety" or "protection," and even convenience, as the reasoning behind having chips implanted.
Starting in 2016, travelers from five U.S. states will not be able to use their driver’s licenses as ID to board domestic flights—a pretty major development considering an estimated 38 percent of Americans don’t have passports.
Sounds pretty innocuous until you start delving into this issue, but before we walk you through what is found, note the second to last paragraph in the T&L article, which states "The TSA will also accept Enhanced Driver’s Licenses, the kind that are currently used to replace passports for travel to and from Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Of the noncompliant states, only New York and Minnesota issue enhanced licenses."
According to the Wikipedia description of the Real ID Act of 2005, to which has been slowly rolled out but said roll-out is picking up speed now, under the "requirements" section, we see the following:
Said cards must also feature specific security features intended to prevent tampering, counterfeiting, or duplication of the document for fraudulent purposes. These cards must also present data in a common, machine-readable format (bar codes, smart card technology, etc.). Although the use of wireless RFID chips was offered for consideration in the proposed rulemaking process, it was not included in the latest rulemaking process. DHS could consider additional technological requirements to be incorporated into the licenses after consulting with the states. In addition, DHS has required the use of RFID chips in its Enhanced Driver's License program, which the Department is proposing as an alternative to REAL ID
Enhanced Driver's Licenses and passports have something in common, both now have RFID Chips.
a vicinity Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip that will signal a secure system to pull up your biographic and biometric data for the CBP officer as you approach the border inspection booth, and a Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) or barcode that the CBP officer can read electronically if RFID isn't available."
Via SacBee.com, as just one example, we see that passports also have RFID chips embedded:
Passports, however, use a different technology known as RFID (or Radio Frequency Identification), the same type used to tag clothing, pets, even artificial replacements for hips and knees. When embedded in a U.S. passport, the chip can be scanned only by someone at close range with an RFID reader, usually within a couple feet.
I told you this would happen...and by the way, that new "real id" will have a RFID placed in it. So when you leave your boundary state, the government or police will know. Yes it would be obvious because it's your state ID, but, what happens when you attempt to leave your state and you do not have the new REAL ID? Do you get deported back to your home state, are you considered illegal, ...where the hell does this go next? Well probably with the RFID PLACED IN YOUR VEHICLE! OR PERSON. You know, for your safety in case of an emergency. A global tracking system of all persons...and all vehicles...that way you can never escape SKYNET and it's terminators that darpa will soon pull out. Mark my word Steve, you will soon see robotic police vehicles on the highways to catch people breaking the law, no matter how minor, and every infraction will be a point against your driver permit...just like in the 'Fifth element'. Virginia already uses drones with radar to catch people speeding..it's already happening...
If you're like most people on the planet, though, it will come as a surprise that a box the size of a deck of cards — called an event data recorder — is on board, tracking your seat belt use, speed, steering, braking and at least a dozen other bits of data. When your air bag deploys, the EDR's memory records a few seconds before, during and after a crash, much like an airliner's "black box."
Over the last months, my personal experience backs up reports of credit card companies all utilizing chip technology, even bank cards, as one after another started automatically sending me new cards, all with chips.... for our own protection of course.
So card issuers are taking action to make it more difficult to counterfeit cards. By the Oct. 1 deadline, credit card companies and retailers will shift to "smart cards" using a new technology called EMV—which stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa, the three companies that created the standard for processing payments. But not all companies will be able to comply by this date. And many consumers may have yet to activate their new EMV chip cards.
About 120 million Americans have already received the card though, and that number is expected to grow to 600 million by the end of the year, according to card comparison website CreditCards.com.
Wired in 2013 published an article on one child's fight against wearing the "mark of the beast," but within that article, we see other scholls around the nation have been implementing tracking technology on our nation's children for years:
Tagging school children with RFID chips is uncommon, but not new. A federally funded preschool in Richmond, California, began embedding RFID chips in students’ clothing in 2010. An elementary school outside of Sacramento, California, scrubbed a plan in 2005 amid a parental uproar. And a Houston, Texas school district began using the chips to monitor students on 13 campuses in 2004 for the same reasons the Northside Independent School District implemented the program. Northside was mulling adopting the program for its other 110 schools.
There is also GPS tracking capabilities in Smartphones and a number of other devices and items people use, but the bottom line is in some form or fashion, everyone is being tracked, monitored, or chipped.
LIVING IN A SURVEILLANCE NATION
Back in February 2015 ANP published a disturbing article where we were informed by Margo Seltzer who is a professor and researcher in computer systems, currently the Herchel Smith Professor of Computer Science in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University, we already live in a surveillance state and "it is going to get worse."
It is already happening, all of it, everything those crazy "conspiracy theorists" have been warning of for over a decade..... has all become reality. We have all been marked in one way or another, can be tracked, monitored, surveilled..... and if all hell breaks loose in America, the government can pick you up, lock you up or even exterminate you at any time.
2010, NBC News predicted that we would all have a RFID Chip implanted by 2017.