Thursday, 12 April 2007

Patients implanted with microchips

Following my last post about technology, a further disturbing development is taking place. Eighteen diabetics have been implanted with microchips to help with emergency treatment. They have agreed to have radio frequency identification (RFID) tags implanted beneath their skin, which emit signals that can be read by a hospital's computer. If the patients arrive unconscious, the chip can be read and their medical records called up. Doctors will then be able to administer the correct treatment, saving time. On the face of it, this sounds sensible, but where will it end? European legislators and campaigners are still concerned about potential privacy violations, and the EU is considering whether the technology should be regulated. If you read my profile, you will see that I mention a series of books called 'Left Behind', where people are forced to have chips implanted in order to buy goods and access services, and failure to comply results in execution. Sound far-fetched? Remember Nazi Germany, when 'undesirables' were marked either with a tattoo, or a badge. Read all about it at :

1 comment:

old and angry said...

There are several ways in which this new technology can be used against the population.
Tagging everyone at birth with a RFID chip,seems to be the "logical " solution,it would do away with "biometric" passports,databases,etc,.

What concerns me more is Genetic Engineering. They have been tinkering for years with plants,it's only a matter of time before they start tinkering with people.
By altering an individuals genetic code, they can alter behavioural patters.
Just add it to the water, and you will very shortly get a compliant population,programmed to vote for the Government in power.

The mob in power at the moment are being seduced by Monsanto,and other GM producers,it appears that they are going to allow 1% of food ingredients to be GM.
It's the start of a slippery slope!