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Who Controls The World?

Posted in Attack on Freedom, economic tyranny, Fiat Currency, General, International Bankers, International Monetary Fund, New World Order, Police State/Martial Law, RFID, Secret Societies, Shadow Government, The Banking Cartel, The Constitution, The Federal Reserve, Tyranny, Unconstitutional with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 7, 2010 by truthwillrise

Professor Griff on Law – Hip Hop – Occult Rituals – Common Sense

Posted in Attack on Freedom, economic tyranny, General, International Bankers, New World Order, News, Poison Foods and Products, Police State/Martial Law, RFID, Secret Societies, Shadow Government, The Federal Reserve, Truth/Freedom, Tyranny with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 17, 2010 by truthwillrise

Professor Griff from Public Enemy lays down more truth in this interview. For more of his information, go to,

Domestic Espionage Alert: Spy Drone Discovered

Posted in Attack on Freedom, New World Order, News, Police State/Martial Law, RFID, Shadow Government, Stupid Government Tricks, Tyranny, Unconstitutional with tags , , , , , , , on January 11, 2010 by truthwillrise

News Junkie
January 10, 2010

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KPRC news in Houston recently filmed a secret experiment by law enforcement agencies including the Dept. of Homeland Security of a drone intended to spy on Americans.

The drone uncovered during this investigation are not like the large, expensive models used by the military for targeted strikes on militants half a world away.  These are manufactured by Insitu out of Bingen, Washington (corporate offices located in Australia), only weigh about 40 pounds (18.1 kg) before monitoring equipment is installed. This model has the capacity to stay airborne for up to a day.

The Houston Police Department responded with the following statement, “Potential public safety applications include mobility, evacuations, homeland security, search and rescue, as well as tactical.”

Such benign excuses were also used during the passage of draconian bills such as FISA and the Patriot Act before it was revealed the much more insidious and rampant applications of those tools.

ACLU constitution free zone

Houston is within the coastal and border zone of America, where two-thirds of the population lives and where constitutional rights are routinely disregarded according to the ACLU, yet this poses the question about whether this is pilot program and the usage of unmanned drones might become a regular policy of law enforcement agencies in surveillance operations.


Posted in Alex Jones, Attack on Freedom, False Flag Terror, Fiat Currency, International Bankers, New World Order, Police State/Martial Law, RFID, Secret Societies, Shadow Government, The Federal Reserve, Tyranny with tags , , , , , , , on December 18, 2009 by truthwillrise

VeriChip’s Merger With Credit Monitoring Firm Worries Privacy Activists

Posted in Attack on Freedom, New World Order, News, Poison Foods and Products, RFID with tags , , , , , on December 10, 2009 by truthwillrise
  • By Penn Bullock Email Author
  • December 9, 2009  | 
  • 3:46 pm  
  • Remember VeriChip, the Florida company that once dreamed of injecting its human-implantable RFID microchips in everyone from immigrant guest workers to prison inmates?

    We haven’t heard much from the company since a dipping stock price nearly got it delisted from the NASDAQ in March. But it’s still alive, and in November it pulled off a seemingly incongruous acquisition. Now called PositiveID, the new company is a merger between VeriChip and Steel Vault, the people behind

    With a human-implantable microchip maker now running a credit-scoring and identity-theft-protection website, privacy activists are worried again. “The attraction to investors is the potential for synergies,” says Mark Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center in Washington. “You have to anticipate over time there will be an attempt to integrate the services.”

    “Sci-fi wise, you could have a chip read by a scanner that determines your credit-worthiness,” says Evan Hendricks, editor of Privacy Times. “Or you could have a credit card implant.”

    VeriChip and its former owner Applied Digital have been drawing fire since 2004, when the FDA approved the rice-sized injectable RFID for human use. While the company primarily pushed the chip as part of a system to index medical records — a kind of subcutaneous MedAlert bracelet — Richard Sullivan, then-CEO of Applied Digital, had a penchant for wantonly confirming every nightmare of cybernetic social control.

    After 9/11, it was Sullivan who announced the VeriChip would be perfect as a universal ID to distinguish safe people from the dangerous ones. He dreamed of GPS-equipped chips being injected into foreigners entering the United States, prisoners, children, the elderly. He thought the VeriChip would be used as a built-in credit or ATM card.

    Indeed, in 2004, one of VeriChip’s earliest deployments was at a Barcelona nightclub, where VIP patrons could pay 125 euro to get the chip installed in their arms as a debit card for drinks.

    But today, Sullivan’s replacement says the company has no plans to market the VeriChip as a path to instant credit, despite the recent acquisition.

    With his white-buttondown shirt open at the chest, PositiveID CEO Scott Silverman spoke about the merger in an interview at the company’s office suite in Delray Beach, Florida. “Using the chip to relate to the credit-reporting services of, or even using it for financial transactions … has not been a part of our business model for five years or more, since Sullivan’s been gone, and is not part of our business model moving forward,” he says.
    Silverman also backed away from some of the Orwellian ideas floated by his cyberpunk predecessor. “I can tell you that … putting [the chips] into children and immigrants for identification purposes, or putting them into people, especially unwillingly, for financial transactions, has [not] been and never will be the intent of this company as long I’m the chairman and CEO,” he says.

    Yet in 2004, Silverman told the Broward-Palm Beach New Times that the VeriChip could be used as a credit card in coming years. And in 2006, he went on Fox & Friends to promote the chipping of immigrant guest workers to track them and monitor their tax records.

    And ahead of the recent merger, VeriChip gave a presentation to investors hinting there would be some cross-pollination between the two sides of the business. It plans to “cross-sell its customer base” (.pdf) the Health Link service and vice-versa. So, Americans with implanted VeriChips will be encouraged to divulge their finances to PositiveID, while credit-monitoring customers will be marketed the health-record microchip.

    Critics of chipping are moved by a variety of concerns, ranging from the pragmatic to the religious — anti-RFID crusader Katherine Albrecht believes the technology is the Mark of the Beast predicted in the Book of Revelation, but also doubts its efficacy as a medical tag: VeriChip’s instruction manual warns that the chip may not function in ambulances and areas where there are MRI and X-ray scanners.

    Security is another issue. RFIDs can generally be scanned from distances much greater than the official specs suggest. Nicole Ozer at the ACLU of Northern California notes that after Wired magazine writer Annalee Newitz experimentally cloned her VeriChip in 2006, the company continued calling it secure.

    But human chipping has high-profile fans as well, including former Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson, who left his job as overseer of the FDA in 2005 — a year after VeriChip’s approval — to join the company’s board of directors. Thompson announced he would personally join the 700 to 900 Americans who have the chip installed in their bodies. (He later reportedly reneged.)

    Whatever its plans for the future, PositiveID is focused on its original mission for now: implants tied to medical records. On December 1, the new company announced it’s collaborating with Avocare, a Florida health care business, in the hopes of bringing its “health care identification products” to 1 million patients.

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    Posted in 1, New World Order, Police State/Martial Law, RFID, Secret Societies, Stupid Government Tricks, Truth/Freedom with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 16, 2009 by truthwillrise

    Yes We Can!

    Posted in 9/11, New World Order, News, Poison Foods and Products, Police State/Martial Law, RFID, Truth/Freedom on February 3, 2009 by truthwillrise

    Yes We Can!

    Winston Smith
    for The Corbett Report

    31 January, 2009

    Yes we can make you believe in anything we want

    Yes we can lie incessantly through the unquestioning media

    Yes we can brainwash your minds with propaganda

    Yes we can make you unemployed

    Yes we can destroy your lives, your families and your futures

    Yes we can repossess your homes

    Yes we can steal your money and give it to the ‘fat cats’

    Yes we can make you live in a constant state of fear

    Yes we can erode your quality of life

    Yes we can suck you dry

    Yes we can systematically attack your civil liberties

    Yes we can give most of our foreign aid to Israel

    Yes we can sit on our hands while Palestine is bombed disproportionately

    Yes we can criss-cross the skies with chemtrails

    Yes we can spy on you from every street corner

    Yes we can dismantle your privacy

    Yes we can pollute your rivers, lakes and oceans with plastics and chemicals

    Yes we can make you believe and feel responsible for the global warming myth

    Yes we can meet secretly every year at a Bilderberg conference

    Yes we can make you bend to the will of the New World Order

    Yes we can fly planes into the World Trade Centre sacrificing thousands of innocent people

    Yes we can galvanize public support into accepting any war we wish to perpetrate

    Yes we can make murders look like accidents or suicides

    Yes we can make you dance to our insane tune

    Yes we can make you believe that Al Qaeda really exists

    Yes we can bring to extinction a vast number of species

    Yes we can genetically modify your food, threatening wildlife and biodiversity

    Yes we can assassinate those who spout ideas of love and peace

    Yes we can detain people indefinitely without charge and without trial

    Yes we can turn the masses into gormless sheep

    Yes we can make you work mundane jobs for little reward

    Yes we can make this world a living hell

    Yes we can have Osama Bin Laden as a ‘poster-boy’ for terrorism

    Yes we can invade Iraq and surprisingly not find any weapons of mass destruction

    Yes we can worship a giant stone owl at Bohemian Grove

    Yes we can obfuscate the truth of human history

    Yes we can limit the true nature of human potential

    Yes we can run the global economy into the ground

    Yes we can saddle the third world with an insurmountable debt

    Yes we can enforce biometrics on an unsuspecting public

    Yes we can VeriChip your children

    Yes we can overload a child’s immunity with vaccinations

    Yes we can perpetuate the glorification of war

    Yes we can make people follow murderous megalomaniacs in times of depression

    Yes we can dumb you down

    Yes we can stifle your free speech

    Yes we can rig elections

    Yes we can have two-sides of the same political coin

    Yes we can divide you by class, culture, language, race and religion

    Yes we can hypnotize you into accepting this reality, this façade you call life

    Yes we can have no place for common sense

    Yes we can keep you in a perpetual sleep

    Yes we can make a lot of money from war, oil and opium

    Yes we can make countries by simply drawing lines on a middle-eastern map

    Yes we can remove democratically elected leaders by force

    Yes we can live by double standards and hypocrisy

    Yes we can smuggle cocaine

    Yes we can rape and murder our MK-Ultra sex slaves

    Yes we can spend billions of dollars on defence while your infrastructure crumble

    Yes we can play the HAARP to shake you up

    Yes we can insert our symbology into your popular culture

    Yes we can hide the truth in plain sight

    Yes we can make you worship a false concept of God

    Yes we cannot have you understand the true nature of infinite consciousness

    Yes we can have you study a false conceptualisation of the universe

    Yes we can make you obsessed with the materialistic and the superficial

    Yes we can make you blind and ignorant

    Yes we can detonate nuclear weapons on your beautiful blue planet

    Yes we can fill your skyline with bland, soul-sapping architecture

    Yes we can make you suffer whenever we wish

    Yes we can kidnap and torture you

    Yes we can kill you in the millions

    Yes we can distract your mind with the trivial

    Yes we can distort your priorities in life

    Yes we can make shallow one-dimensional system servers

    Yes we can have the pretentious oozing their stench of self importance

    Yes we can have sycophantic lapdogs licking at our heels

    Yes we can take ourselves far too seriously

    Yes we can turn this world into a global fascist police state

    Yes we can take away your freedom

    Yes we can treat peaceful protesters with a heavy hand

    Yes we can put our lackeys in uniform

    Yes we can enslave the human race

    Yes we can make you just a number

    Yes we can have the ‘thought police’ repress open-discussion

    Yes we can hammer down the nail that sticks out

    Yes we can hide the real criminals within the establishment

    Yes we can make you accept a global currency

    Yes we can use ‘false flags’ to kick-start our agenda

    Yes we can deem any given human behaviour as illegal

    Yes we can have the soulless and the greedy rise to the top

    Yes we can vilify those who have alternative viewpoints and/or lifestyles

    Yes we can have you ruled by insanity

    Yes we can question reason and justify madness

    Yes we can dismiss criticism with a supercilious grin

    Yes we can make you subservient to hierarchy

    Yes we can impose the will of the few over the many

    Yes we can hide in the Shadows

    Yes we can make you like dogs, chasing your own tails

    Yes we can do what we want

    Yes we can!


    Posted in New World Order, News, RFID, Truth/Freedom on January 15, 2009 by truthwillrise




    Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
    by NWV News director, Jim Kouri
    January 13, 2009
    © 2008

    “This system will be implemented, sooner or later, since it will be part of the mechanism to control the people.

    ”First, control all the medical records. Next, control access to the records by use of a card containing an rfid chip. After enough folks lose, forget, or for whatever reason, show up at the emergency room without their card, the government will require that the rfid chips be implanted in peoples’ bodies.

    ”No implanted chip, no health care.

    ”Another step towards the mark of the beast.”

    Pastor Tom Guest

    Soon to take the oath as President, Barack Obama has promised a massive change to “modernize health care by making all health records standardized and electronic.”

    Part of his ambitious health care program will be the computerizing of medical records of all Americans in order to make the health care process more cost-effective.

    But even proponents of Obama’s plan have mentioned that ensuring the privacy of patients’ records in a nationalized computer network will be tricky. There are obvious concerns about hackers and system failures. And new online health record systems, such as Google Health are not currently subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, the national health privacy law.

    “This is especially true when you consider the advocates of implementing a program using so-called ‘v-chips’ inserted into people and containing all their medical information. No one has said how much information will be contained in those implants. DNA? AIDS information?” asks political strategist Mike Baker.

    “With so much information already being compromised within government security systems, how can Obama possibly promise confidentiality of such records?” he asks.

    Although in five years the VeriChip Corp. — the US company creating microchip implants — has yet to turn a profit, it has been investing heavily — up to $8 million a year — to create new markets.

    The company’s executives have said their present push is the tagging of “high-risk” patients — diabetics and people with heart conditions or Alzheimer’s disease.

    In a medical emergency, hospital staff could wave a reader over a patient’s arm, get an ID number, and then, via the Internet, enter a company database and pull up the person’s identity and medical history.

    To doctors, a “starter kit” — complete with 10 hypodermic syringes, 10 VeriChips and a reader — costs $1,400, according to information on the Verichip web site. To patients, a microchip implant means a $200, out-of-pocket expense to their physician. Presently, chip implants aren’t covered by private healthcare insurance companies, or by Medicare and Medicaid.

    For almost two years, the company has been offering hospitals free scanners, but acceptance has been limited. According to the company’s most recent SEC quarterly filing, 515 hospitals have pledged to take part in the VeriMed network, yet only 100 have actually been equipped and trained to use the system.

    Some patients and their families are wondering why they should abandon noninvasive tags such as MedicAlert, a low-tech bracelet that warns paramedics if patients have serious allergies or a chronic medical condition for the microchip implants.

    In early September, up to 200 Alzheimer’s patients living in the Palm Beach, Florida area were implanted with the microchip by the company VeriChip absolutely free.

    The chip, which is about the size of a grain of rice, contains a 16-digit identification number which is scanned at a hospital. Once the number is placed in a database, it can provide crucial medical information. People are already lining up for the VeriChip, but it’s already stirred up controversy.

    The story, carried by ABC TV News, caused one reporter to ask, “Is Big Brother watching?”

    The relative permanence is a big reason why Marc Rotenberg, of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, is suspicious about the motives of the company, which charges an annual fee to keep clients’ records.

    The company charges $20 a year for customers to keep a “one-pager” on its database — a record of blood type, allergies, medications, driver’s license data and living-will directives. For $80 a year, it will keep an individual’s full medical history. In recent days, there have been rumors on Wall Street, and elsewhere, of the potential uses for RFID in humans: the chipping of U.S. soldiers, of inmates, or of migrant workers, to name a few.


    Last May, a protest outside the Alzheimer’s Community Care Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, drew attention to a two-year study in which 200 Alzheimer’s patients, along with their caregivers, were to receive chip implants. Parents, children and elderly people decried the plan, with signs and placards.

    “Chipping People Is Wrong” and “People Are Not Pets,” the signs read. And: “Stop VeriChip.”

    Dr. Katherine Albrecht, the RFID critic who organized the demonstration, raises similar concerns on her web site.

    “Is it appropriate to use the most vulnerable members of society for invasive medical research? Should the company be allowed to implant microchips into people whose mental impairments means they cannot give fully informed consent?” she wrote.

    As the polemic heats up, legislators are increasingly being drawn into the fray. Two states, Wisconsin and North Dakota, recently passed laws prohibiting the forced implantation of microchips in humans. Others states — Ohio, Oklahoma, Colorado and Florida — are studying similar legislation.

    Meanwhile, Oklahoma legislators are debating a bill that would authorize microchip implants in people imprisoned for violent crimes. Many felt it would be a good way to monitor felons once released from prison.

    But other lawmakers raised concerns. Rep. John Wright worried, “Apparently, we’re going to permanently put the ‘mark’ on these people.”

    Rep. Ed Cannaday found the forced microchipping of inmates “invasive…. We are going down that slippery slope.”

    Rep. Wright and many Christians throughout the United States believe the push to have microchips implanted in human beings is a fulfillment in prophesy.

    “And he shall make all, both little and great, rich and poor, freemen and bondmen, to have a character in their right hand or on their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, but he that hath the character, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” –Apocalypse/Revelations Chapter 13: 16-17

    Another drawback to microchip implants is the suspicion that they are linked to cancer in test animals. Opponents of human microchipping are concerned with the speed with which these chips received approval from the (FDA) US Food and Drug Administration. Opponents such as Dr. Albrecht believe the FDA approval has more to do with politics than medicine.

    Opponents believe the government is choosing the most vulnerable citizens for the initial implants — Alzheimer’s patients, the handicapped, retarded, the elderly — but eventually every human being in the US, Mexico and Canada will be required to have the microchip implants if only to keep track of them and their activities.

    “Under the federally supported National Animal Identification System (NAIS), digital tags are expected to be affixed to the U.S.’s 40 million farm animals to enable regulators to track and respond quickly to disease, bioterrorism, and other calamities,” according to a Business Week article.

    “Opponents have many fears about this plan, among them that it could be the forerunner of a similar system for humans. The theory, circulated in blogs, goes like this: You test it on the animals first, demonstrating the viability of the radio frequency identification devices (RFIDs) to monitor each and every animal’s movements and health history from birth to death, and then move on to people.”

    © 2009 – All Rights Reserved

    Microchips implanted in Mexican officials

    Posted in New World Order, News, RFID on December 31, 2008 by truthwillrise

    Attorney general, prosecutors carry security pass under their skin

    Mexican man scanned to show code on his implanted chip


    By Will Weissert

    updated 8:21 p.m. CT, Wed., July. 14, 2004

    MEXICO CITY – Security has reached the subcutaneous level for Mexico’s attorney general and at least 160 people in his office — they have been implanted with microchips that get them access to secure areas of their headquarters.

    It’s a pioneering application of a technology that is widely used in animals but not in humans.

    Mexico’s top federal prosecutors and investigators began receiving chip implants in their arms in November in order to get access to restricted areas inside the attorney general’s headquarters, said Antonio Aceves, general director of Solusat, the company that distributes the microchips in Mexico.

    Attorney General Rafael Macedo de la Concha and 160 of his employees were implanted at a cost to taxpayers of $150 for each rice grain-sized chip.

    More are scheduled to get “tagged” in coming months, and key members of the Mexican military, the police and the office of President Vicente Fox might follow suit, Aceves said. Fox’s office did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

    A spokeswoman for Macedo de la Concha’s office said she could not comment on Aceves’ statements, citing security concerns. But Macedo himself mentioned the chip program to reporters Monday, saying he had received an implant in his arm. He said the chips were required to enter a new federal anti-crime information center.

    “It’s only for access, for security,” he said.

    The chips also could provide more certainty about who accessed sensitive data at any given time. In the past, the biggest security problem for Mexican law enforcement has been corruption by officials themselves.

    Chips read by RFID scanners
    Aceves said his company eventually hopes to provide Mexican officials with implantable devices that can track their physical location at any given time, but that technology is still under development.

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    The chips that have been implanted are manufactured by VeriChip Corp., a subsidiary of Applied Digital Solutions Inc. of Palm Beach, Fla.

    They lie dormant under the skin until read by an electromagnetic scanner, which uses a technology known as radio frequency identification, or RFID, that’s now getting hot in the inventory and supply chain businesses.

    Scott Silverman, Applied Digital Solutions’ chief executive, said each of his company’s implantable chips has a special identification number that would foil an impostor.

    “The technology is out there to duplicate (a chip),” he said. “What can’t be stolen is the unique identification number and the information that is tied to that number.”

    Erik Michielsen, director of RFID analysis at ABI Research Inc., said that in theory the chips could be as secure as existing RFID-based access control systems such as the contactless employee badges widely used in corporate and government facilities.

    However, while those systems often employ encryption, Applied Digital’s implantable chips do not as yet. Silverman said his company’s system is nevertheless safe because its chips can only be read by the company’s proprietary scanners.

    Thousands sold to distributors worldwide
    In addition to the chips sold to the Mexican government, more than 1,000 Mexicans have implanted them for medical reasons, Aceves said. Hospital officials can use a scanning device to download a chip’s serial number, which they then use to access a patient’s blood type, name and other information on a computer.

    The Food and Drug Administration has yet to approve microchips as medical devices in the United States.

    Still, Silverman said that his company has sold 7,000 chips to distributors worldwide and that more than 1,000 of those had likely been inserted into customers, mostly for security or identification reasons.

    In 2002, a Florida couple and their teenage son had Applied Digital Solutions chips implanted in their arms. The family hoped to someday be able to automatically relay their medical information to emergency room staffers.

    The chip originally was developed to track livestock and wildlife and to let pet owners identify runaway animals. The technology was created by Digital Angel Corp., which was acquired by Applied Digital Solutions in 1999.

    Because the Applied Digital chips cannot be easily removed — and are housed in glass capsules designed to break and be unusable if taken out — they could be even more popular someday if they eventually can incorporate locator capabilities. Already, global positioning system chips have become common accouterments on jewelry or clothing in Mexico.

    In fact, in March, Mexican authorities broke up a ring of used-car salesmen turned kidnappers who were known as “Los Chips” because they searched their victims to detect whether they were carrying the chips to help them be located.

    US Group Implants Electronic Tags in Workers

    Posted in New World Order, Poison Foods and Products, RFID, Truth/Freedom on December 29, 2008 by truthwillrise

    This was in the Financial Times 2 years ago! I have been sharing this information with people since I have been awakened , and you can stop keeping your head in the sand or ignoring the truth, this is real and it is happening right now! This was two years ago, I shudder to think wha is planned next because this is not going to stop unless we as a people rise up say no and reclaim our freedom.

    Published on Monday, February 13, 2006 by the Financial Times
    US Group Implants Electronic Tags in Workers
    by Richard Waters
    An Ohio company has embedded silicon chips in two of its employees – the first known case in which US workers have been “tagged” electronically as a way of identifying them., a private video surveillance company, said it was testing the technology as a way of controlling access to a room where it holds security video footage for government agencies and the police.

    Embedding slivers of silicon in workers is likely to add to the controversy over RFID technology, widely seen as one of the next big growth industries.

    RFID chips – inexpensive radio transmitters that give off a unique identifying signal – have been implanted in pets or attached to goods so they can be tracked in transit.

    “There are very serious privacy and civil liberty issues of having people permanently numbered,” said Liz McIntyre, who campaigns against the use of identification technology.

    But Sean Darks, chief executive of CityWatcher, said the glass-encased chips were like identity cards. They are planted in the upper right arm of the recipient, and “read” by a device similar to a cardreader.

    “There’s nothing pulsing or sending out a signal,” said Mr Darks, who has had a chip in his own arm. “It’s not a GPS chip. My wife can’t tell where I am.”

    The technology’s defenders say it is acceptable as long as it is not compulsory. But critics say any implanted device could be used to track the “wearer” without their knowledge.

    VeriChip – the US company that made the devices and claims to have the only chips that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration – said the implants were designed primarily for medical purposes.

    So far around 70 people in the US have had the implants, the company said.

    © Copyright The Financial Times Ltd 2006