Tuesday June 30th, 2009
In a seemingly innocuous manner, Yahoo Tech is promoting the human microchipping agenda of the elite, by rehashing an almost five year old story of a Barcelona nightclub offering RFID chipping for VIP access.
The writer makes it seem like a fun interesting new fad for the tech driven cyber-youth, who have been scientifically manipulated to voluntarily plug themselves into the tracking, tracing, cashless society matrix, erected for consolidated control over an unsuspecting population.
The article presents the idea of human chipping for a nightclub, as if it’s the next logical step for tech consumers seeking the latest in ultimate convenience.
Below is an excerpt:
“the Baja Beach Club, is using the implants to free customers of the burdens of having to carry their purses or wallets. Makes sense: When you’re spending the day in a bikini and flip-flops, where do you keep your ID? Instead, the bouncer just scans your arm with an RFID reader, and you’re in. And since you can’t carry a credit card or cash either, the implants do double duty.”
With this logic, I guess all the patrons either live in walking distance of the club, or hitchhike since they can’t carry keys.
The tech writer had previously covered the story of RFID implants in 2006, presenting the subject with a more balanced approach, pointing out health and privacy concerns. He also seemed to have no clue that human chipping had already took place years before his blog entry. With foreknowledge of the subject, it’s curious that this old news item would be written about, instead of more recent accounts of the alarming negative capabilities of human microchipping.Edward Bernays’ style marketing, used to introduce the idea of being chipped as the next social fad for the hipsters. Subtly implanting images of girls needing this device because they are half naked, and being a VIP at a nightclub, seems to be the preferred marketing script used to introduce the human microchipping agenda to the public.
This seems to be classic
Bernays’ succinctly explains the molding of the publics mind in this quote:
“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.
We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized.”
– Edward Bernays
There is absolutely no reason to rehash this story, especially since he hasn’t introduced anything we didn’t know four plus years ago. With the subject being promoted during the summer, it introduces the idea in a contextual manner that relates to the reader. Readers can easily envision themselves at beaches, leisurely making purchases carrying nothing but a tan. Communicating the idea of human chipping through the use of positive imagery, is an effective method that allows the reader to imagine daily use of this technology.
The move towards a cashless society has been steadily advancing over the last decade with several milestones, like the first Internet only virtual banks. The European Visa chief stated in 2007 that “the cashless society will arrive by 2012”, warning that, “retailers could soon start surcharging customers if they choose to buy products with cash, because of the greater cost of processing these payments.”
The plan for a cashless society seems to be on schedule as a solution to the current global financial crisis, Japan has pitched the idea of abolishing cash to fight deflation. Japan’s nominal rate of interest has been at zero interest for the last decade. The theory is that a -4 nominal rate of interest would be needed, and could only be achieved through the abolishment of cash. Richard Jerram, a senior banking economist states, “the proposal has become practical with the broad penetration of electronic money and credit cards in Japan”.
He also correctly points out the potential for absolute financial power, and unnatural numerical manipulation of interest markets by central bankers.
Without physical cash, a central bank can set rates exactly where it likes, runs the argument. Mr Jerram said: “At the heart of the problem of achieving negative nominal interest rates is the idea that physical currency is an anonymous bearer bond with a nominal interest rate of zero.” While a central bank can impose positive or negative rates on non-physical assets, transmitting those rates to physical currency is a huge challenge. By permanently removing cash from a system, he added, policymakers are robbed of the excuse that zero is the lowest that nominal rates can go as a deflation-fighting tool.
The elite banking cabal has been striving for the ultimate cashless system that can only be accessed by microchips in your body. This nightmarish, digital panopticon singularity, will allow for absolute control, unlimited profit, and oversight of all transactions, with ability to adjust your taxing rate on the fly, based on your actions or purchases. The all knowing, inescapable, tyrannical manifestation ruled by the elite banking oligarchy, will dictate world commerce through the power of invisible credits, created by digital ones and zeros.
Hollywood director and documentary filmmaker, Aaron Russo, who lost his battle with cancer in 2007, revealed knowledge of such a plan. He learned of this through personal conversations with Nick Rockefeller.
In one conversation Russo said:
“I used to say to him what’s the point of all this,” states Russo, “you have all the money in the world you need, you have all the power you need, what’s the point, what’s the end goal?” Rockefeller replied (paraphrasing), “The end goal is to get everybody chipped, to control the whole society, to have the bankers and the elite people control the world.”
Complete control of the economic and social systems is one thing, but recently an even more nefarious use arose, the ability to remotely cause death via a release of Cyanide. Recently, a Saudi Arabian inventor applied for a patent in Germany for the ‘Killer Chip’. The technology also has the ability to relay the geographical location of the chipped high tech slave through encrypted radio waves transmitted to satellites. Although this patent was rejected in Germany, normally inventors apply in several countries so it could still become a reality.
The ability to kill you overtly with a patented cyanide pill may have been refuted, but patents exist that allow for the delivery of drugs through a preprogrammed microprocessor, remote control, or by biosensors. So in the foreseeable future, various functions of commerce, surveillance, identification, and medical uses could be consolidated into one implantable device, an iChip.
Incrementally, society is being primmed for the for an inescapable cashless control grid, that can track your location, administer drugs and potentially exterminate you remotely. The technology capabilities are here, the managing infrastructure is being built and the deceptive PR push for public acceptance, is what we face now. Constant articles about the RFID implants for VIP clubbing, further introduces the idea of human chipping as convenient, safe, and the next hot tech trend. Without mentioning of any of the concerns listed above, or the various documented cases of chips causing malignant tumors and cancer in laboratory rodents and dogs. The Yahoo article even starts out by saying, “It works for Fido, so why not you?” Well, it may have worked for Fido, but it didn’t work for Charlie Brown, a purebred Chihuahua. Recently, a dog bled to death in the arms of his distraught owners, after a legislated mandatory microchip procedure in Los Angeles.
The expanding uses of human microchipping is a dangerous trend, even lawmakers have acknowledged the potential for abuse with the introduction of legislative bills that would prevent the forced microchipping of humans.
The deceptive PR campaign of calmly introducing human RFID chipping through the mainstream press as a convenient tool for the tech savvy social elite, is a false reality that we must reject wholeheartedly as sovereign members of a free society.
This article was posted: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 10:52 am