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Despite all the cons I happen to love this amazing shopping opportunity that RFID has to offer to us in future!

Elena

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Obama orders RFID implantation

Obama’s Health Care Bill

The video on this side states that the implementation of RFID chips in humans is now legitimated with “Obama’s Health Care Bill” in the USA. And this of course leads blogger’s to a request to the American people like in this blog where the blogger argues that Obama’s health care act will be the step into fascism and he or she desperately tries to get as much people involved to fight against this law at the end.

Implantation starts in 6 months?!

Another web page I found provides a video clip in which it is even claimed that the implantation will start in 6 months!!!

Big Brother becomes true

I have to admit that it becomes difficult to stop this development. You have seen that the implantation takes only a few minutes and is very easy so government could easily force you to get the chip implanted even if you don’t want it. Do you want to participate in “Big Brother” but not for a few weeks but for your whole life?

Brave New World

If you didn’t read the summary of “Brave New World” which I provided the last time, now the time has come to read not only the summary but the book.

The calculation of times for the people living in the brave new world begins with the introduction of Henry Ford’s first T-Model, so the introduction of mass production. But this principle is not applied to cars but to “humans”. I wrote the word in quotation marks because people were produced by employing the mass production principle and to the needs of the government so they are more puppets than humans. There are the “Alphas” the intelligent people and the “Betas” the not so intelligent but normal people and the “Gammas” the dumb people working in the big factories. So what is it for you are asking? The determination of people (Alpha, Beta or Gamma) while the production process ensures the compliance of the world’s states motto: “Community, Identity, Stability” because the “Gammas” are determined to be dumb and so they do not put the state into question. They obey and would never come to the idea to revolt against government.

Where is the difference between all people having implanted Radio Frequency Identification chips and produced people to obey the state?

If you have read the pages about the “New World Order” and the book “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley you will see the parallels.

If you nevertheless think that the concerns about RFID are exaggerated then ask your parents how life was in the GDR surveillance society or watch the movie “Das Leben der Anderen”.

(christiane)

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How to save yourself from RFID

Mikey Sklar, who has RFID chips implanted himself (http://screwdecaf.cx/chipped.html), has built pockets, that prevent people from reading RFID tags inside of them.

With the increasing implementation of RFID in our daily lives, security has become an important issue. As we have already seen on Elena’s blog (http://elenaputilena.posterous.com/17126705) the chips can be easily eavesdropped on and private information and even your money can be stolen.

Many companies and people nowadays are trying to find solutions to this problem.

Mikey Sklar, who is a hobby technologist, has found one way to save your RFID. Basically he uses a material which works as a shield for electromagnetic rays (http://www.lessemf.com/fabric.html) to build a Faraday cage. A Faraday cage works this way: A kind of box or enclosure of conducting material that shields the inside from rays getting into it. The electric charge of the rays rest on the outer surface of the cage, instead of getting into it. (How a Faraday cage works: http://www.physlink.com/Education/AskExperts/ae176.cfm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faraday_cage http://www.rfsafe.com/research/rf_radiation/shielding_rf_hazards/faraday_cage.htm)

Sklar rips away the old pockets of a garment and then sows new ones out of NaturaShield Fabric, which is works as a shield for electromagnetic rays. This way a Faraday cage inside of those pockets is created and electromagnetic waves from the outside cannot reach the RFID tags in the inside. It is then impossible to “eavesdrop” on the tags in your pocket. (http://screwdecaf.cx/rfidpocket.html)in my pants, and then injecting RFID tags into myself and others.

Has the time of the tinfoil hat wearers finally come? They were always laughed about in recent years. Is it their time now to store their chip-cards inside of the safety of their hats and laugh about us?

With regards to this topic, Mikley Sklar says: “My philosophy is that there is nothing we can do at this point to prevent RFID from becoming pervasive. Understanding RFID’s weaknesses before it becomes completely mainstream can be of great value to all of us.”

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Computer In Love

Concerning the recent scary news of RFID and governmental plans here is a bit of distraction. This is a song by Bonaparte from the album My horse likes you and it perfectly fits into our topic about technology automation and contains elements we mentioned in our blogs (like the dependence on technology and the importance of computers in our today’s life’s).

Bonaparte-Computer in love

Computer In Love
You look at me and I look at you.
I know the answer, it’s false or true.
I memorize every word you say.
Who is Google, anyway’
I can tell, where your fingers go.
On one hand yes, on the other no.
I know you better than you know yourselves.
You stare at me when you touch yourselves.

When you watch computer, computer watching you.
The more you watch computer, computer, computer watching you.
Computer in love.
Computer in love.
Computer in love.
This computer in love.

Zero, one, one, zero, one, one, one, got it’
Decision problem, attention gone.
Supertask relations, generations seek.
Ya hyper computer be my own private geek.
Your independence, depends on me.
I am part of your family tree.
Tailor Marx Darwin meat-machine-face.
The real world is a lonely place.

When you watch computer, computer watching you.
The more you watch computer, computer, computer watching you.
Computer in love.
Computer in love.
Computer in love.
This computer in love.

I’m the world, I’m the world, the world in a box.
I’m the world, I’m your world, your world in the box.
Your glory hole to the universe.
I’m your glory hole to the universe.
I’m your glory hole to the universe.
I can see you, you need me, I see you, I’ll see you.

When you watch computer, computer watching you.
The more you watch computer, computer, computer watching you.
Computer in love.
Computer in love.
This computer in love. (In love)
This computer in love.
This computer in love. (Computer in love)
computer in love. (Computer in love)
computer in love. (Computer in love)
This computer in love.

(christiane)

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Ah!Get this f****** chip out of my hand!

Leave aside the advantages and disadvantes of RFID chip implantation in humans, what about those who already have it and don’t want it anymore? Is there a way to get those chips out of your skin again? Yes, there is,  but…, see yourself

How this is done exactly is depicted in this post.

(christiane)

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You Can’t Escape RFID Implantation, can you?

This is recommended to everybody no matter if you are interested in RFID or not but I bet that you are interested what will happen to you and to all of us in the future when we just ignore the facts!

I’ve found an excellent short blog which provides us with a lot of great internet pages and a video that will let your hairs stand on end!

It contains elements of the video about “zeitgeist” Milena already illustrated in her blog but it gets even more into detail and therefore definitely is worth watching it. Milena, at the end you were asking if these guys have a point or if there are only too distrustful. I am of the opinion that these people have a point and there are many, many, many internet sides and books dealing with the topic addressed in “zeitgeist”. As mentioned in the video there are for example several sides claiming that the US government was behind 9/11 in order to facilitate the introduction of RFID chips.

But there is a controversy, if Rockefeller and friends plan to create a “brave new world” where the world is ruled by few (10) world controller’s who have the control of all people through RFID technology what is proved to happen in several web sides, you can say that people would not want to live like that and they would be against it, wouldn’t you? So why do so many people know that this plan exists and why did Rockefeller said so openly?

They must be sure that the plan will be fulfilled no matter what happens and that is what should worry us. If they don’t would want us to know about their plans they would succeed in it having the world’s most sophisticated investigation and security network. Is the progress of the plan so advanced that we could not stop it although we try? I think it is not too late. But we have to get as much people as we can involved and informed about the issue. That is also what the writer of the depicted internet side wants us to do. And I want you to do this as well. Go through the sides he provides and watch the video.

(christiane)

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Commercials for RFID! -It’s time to…

This is a funny IBM commercial on RFID technology. It’s short and quick.

I’m still wondering how the lady from the helpdesk got there into the middle of the desert. Maybe the boxes told her 🙂

However I think that this advertisement involuntarily shows a negative point about RFID technology. The commentary of the co-driver in the end is very funny, but I think it is not far from being reality. With the increasing development of technology, humans become more and more superfluous. You can also see this in the video I posted before (https://group3hwr.wordpress.com/2010/06/22/everything-about-rfid/) It is time for us to think about this future scenario. -FM

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