Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Want To Know Info - Microchip Implants

McCann - Freud And The Microchip

Microchipping Humans By 2017

Hospital Patients Microchipped For Their Own Safety !

Microchip :Predictive Programming and the Human Microchipping Agenda from John Smith on Vimeo.

Predictive Programming and the Human Microchipping Agenda from John Smith on Vimeo.

Predictive Programming and the Human Microchipping Agenda confirms the reality of the microchip agenda, and shows that the weapon of propaganda has been used against the public for decades in order to familiarize us with the idea of being chipped. This process is called predictive programming and its purpose is literally to program the mind of the victim so as to accept without question whatever is required by the programmer - in this case, the idea of being microchipped at some point in the future. The victim is generally unaware of being programmed, believing that it's all just harmless entertainment. For this reason it can be a powerful and effective weapon against us.

By explaining this process and giving example after example, Predictive Programming and the Human Microchipping Agenda is an attempt to alert the viewer to some of the ways in which we have been manipulated throughout our lives for the specific purpose of slowly but surely shepherding us all into a Hellish world of microchip implants and totalitarian control. We hope that by exposing the programming we can break the program and derail this diabolical agenda. To be successful we need your help.


Join the movement at www.wethepeoplewillnotbechipped.com

MICROCHIP - What's New

Portugal : Microchip Cars Are A Reality

Serious privacy concerns were raised this week after it emerged that all vehicles in Portugal will have to be fitted with a microchip by July 1, 2011. The law actually comes into force at the beginning of next month, but the government has allowed a one-year transitional period paving the way for the controversial devices to be fitted on an estimated six million vehicles in Portugal. It remains unclear who will foot the bill for installing these devices, though it seems increasingly likely the cost will be borne by motorists.

The ground-breaking legislation was passed last year when the government still had a parliamentary majority, and despite opposition from all political colours, it is set to come into force in a few weeks.
The government has this week moved to appease citizens who say their liberties will be infringed by the microchips, which will be fitted on licence plates.
“The technology chosen is short-range, in other words, information can only be read in close proximity to the vehicle”, the Ministry of Transport said in response to privacy concerns.
The actual legislation was passed last year amidst reservations expressed by the Commission for Data Protection and the president.
In a statement, President Cavaco Silva said the law touches a “very delicate area regarding the safeguarding of citizens’ private lives” and pointed out that the technology must only be used for purposes connected to road traffic control and that the registered data must be duly protected.
At the time of passing the legislation, the government explained the chip will only be used to ease the workload for safety forces, permitting them to access information on inspections and car insurance details. The chip will also allow the quicker identification of abandoned vehicles and ones that have been in accidents, as well as being used to pay tolls and other road fees.
But this week, the government has said its main priority is to have the microchip operational as soon as possible in order to facilitate the charging of tolls on previous toll-free motorways in northern Portugal, and possibly the A22 motorway in the Algarve.
All new motorways will also use this technology.
“Cars using these motorways will need to be fitted with the device”, said Transport State Secretary, Paulo Campos.
He explained during a visit to the north of the country earlier in the week that the chip is “technologically complex and the system will have to be tested to ensure it works hitch-free, especially when it comes to payments”.
But the finer operational details remain a mystery.
“All will be explained in due course in order to allow Portuguese to calmly adapt to the system”, said Mr Campos.
However, it is believed that motorists can make toll payments by either depositing a pre-paid amount into their vehicle account at a pay point or via an ATM, while payments invoiced at a later date will be charged a premium due to administrative costs.
Opposition to the system has been swift and was this week led by the Communist Party (PCP) as it tabled a law decree proposal removing the compulsory element of the licence plate chip.
According to Communist MP António Filipe, the measure is “completely disproportionate to the objectives of its intended use and citizens should be allowed to choose whether or not they want a chip installed on their vehicle”.
“By demanding the fitting of the chip, the government is committing a serious infringement of citizens’ fundamental liberties”, the MP added.
The PSD and Left Bloc have both also tabled similar law reform proposals.
“Once in place, it [the chip] will allow for the creation of a ‘Big Brother’ on our roads and, as a result, will become a serious invasion of the privacy of motorists”, Miguel Macedo of the PSD said.
But the government is certain to stick to its guns on this law, especially with the pending launch of a European Electronic Toll Service (EETS), enabling road users to pay tolls throughout the whole EU.
EETS will be available on all infrastructures in the EU such as motorways, tunnels and bridges where tolls can be paid using on-board equipment.
EETS will eventually reduce cash transactions at toll stations, thereby improving traffic flow and reducing congestion.
The European Commission considers this decision to be the most important improvement for drivers since the abolition of border controls, stating that “the European Electronic Toll Service will enable road users to easily pay tolls throughout the whole European Union thanks to one subscription contract with one service provider and one single on-board unit”.
Electronic toll systems were introduced in several European countries in the early 1990s, Portugal being amongst the pioneers with its highly acclaimed ‘Via Verde’ system.
EETS is expected to be available within two years for all road vehicles above 3.5 tonnes or allowed to carry more than nine passengers, including the driver. It will be available for all other vehicles within four years.
Brendan de Beer
Edition: 1064


Monday, October 17, 2011

#Police Tagged With Tracking Devices...

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ALL South Yorkshire police officers are to be tagged with trackers - in a ‘Big Brother’ move which means bosses will know their movements every minute of their shifts.

Police chiefs want all officers’ radios to be fitted with tracker devices by the end of October.
The aim is that incidents which do not require specialist teams can be assigned to the officer nearest the crime.

Neil Bowles, chairman of South Yorkshire Police Federation, which represents rank and file officers, admitted: “It is like Big Brother is watching you.

“But for safety reasons and efficiency, in light of funding cuts and reduced police officer numbers, we have to go down this technological avenue to allow jobs to be assigned to the right person.”

The force carried out a trial in Doncaster earlier this year and is now rolling out the scheme across the county.

Bosses say the aim is to make more efficient use of officers, with staff numbers set to drop because of £41 million of funding cuts.

They admit they will be able to use the trackers to trace the movements of all officers, or as a log of where they have been, but stress the technology is not being introduced to catch officers out.

Supt Jason Harwin, overseeing the project said: “Officers have nothing to worry about - it’s not to catch them out.

“If anyone is doing anything they shouldn’t be there are means now to discover that. But equally it will make it easier to recognise all those officers doing a good job.”

Supt Harwin said the ‘automatic resource location system’ was aimed at improving the speed at which officers respond to incidents, by assigning jobs to those who are already in the right locality to take the call.

He added: “Staff numbers have to reduce over the next couple of years.”


Sunday, October 9, 2011

The #Maddie case fell like ‘manna from heaven’ for the promotion of the microchip, especially as far as children are concerned”.

Chapters 17 and 18 from The Madeleine Foundation's article on Marcos Aragao Correia:

17. A book by Marcos Alexandre Aragão Correia

In December 2008, there was a remarkable interview given by Mr Aragão Correia to a Portuguese journalist, José Leite, from the magazine O Crime. In this interview, he spoke about a book he was writing that ‘mixed truth and fiction’ (perhaps a bit like himself in real life), titled: “The Little Girls that Came from the Stars”. He said it contained references to the hunt for Madeleine McCann.

Aragão Correia told the journalist: “I mix true facts with imaginary ones, dealing with new aspects of the private investigation that Maddie’s parents carried out into their daughter’s disappearance. In the book I speak about my powers as a medium - and how those powers were useful to develop a private investigation that counted on the support of the Método 3 Detective Agency. I wanted to employ that gift of mine to help discover hard truths about the disappearance of Maddie, without in any way using my gift for material gain.

"My goal was not to earn money - especially as I am fortunate enough to lead an economical life in Madeira without any financial difficulties - but simply to help those parents who were so distraught and living in such a distressed state. One of the major teachings of spiritualism is that it is only through helping others that we are able to help ourselves. That was what I intended to do in this case: to help this little girl, showing her my all-conquering, precious love”.

Pausing there, we see that Aragão Correia states boldy that he is a spritualist, claiming the psychic powers of a medium. Now people have different views about claims like these, some dismissing them as complete fantasy, others by contrast emphasising that these are dangerous occult powers and not to be tampered with (the Christian view).

One thing that can safely be said is that a procession of psychics (over 250, it has been reported) offered their help to the McCanns and the Portuguese police. But from reports we have seen and heard on the news and elsewhere of the various claims they made about what really happened to Madeleine, it seems that every ‘psychic’ had a different ‘hunch’ or ‘feeling’ about what might have happened to Madeleine. In short, without wishing to unduly hurt the feelings of mediums and those who claim psychic powers, they are unreliable. Each had a different hunch about what happened to Madeleine.

Therefore we can place no trust whatsoever in what ‘information’ Aragão Correia claims to have divined from his claimed powers as a medium. It is far more likley to be his imagination rather than ‘information’.

Aragão Correia then went on to give the journalist an account of his ‘vision of Madeleine’. The journalist asked: “How did that premonition of yours about the Maddie case happen?” In the next section is Aragao Correia’s reply - if you can believe it.

18. Marcos Aragão Correia’s vision described

Mr Marcos Aragão Correia said:

“On 5th May [the Saturday immediately after Madeleine was reported missing], on returning from a spiritualist meeting in Madeira, immediately after going to bed, but just before falling asleep - at around midnight - an extraordinary thing happened to me, for the first time in my life. I saw the image of a little girl that must have been around four years of age, with blonde, shoulder-length straight hair, blue eyes, very disturbed, visibly unable to understand what was happening to her, accompanied by a female being of great beauty and great spiritual standing.

“Then, other images appeared to me, concerning what had happened to this girl. I saw a strongly-built man, blue eyes, somewhat balding and with blondish hair, brutally raping that girl and then strangling her with his hands, throwing the cadaver into a lake. I perceived by a map that was shown to me [presumably he means during his alleged vision], that this happened in the Algarve, but I couldn’t read the name of the village. I stress that I hadn’t seen any photo of Maddie before. I only knew, from what I’d heard on the radio, that she was 3 years old”.

Correia Aragão developed his story further, as the journalist then asked him if his ‘vision’ of a ‘strongly-built blond man’ corresponded with anyone who featured in the Portuguese investigation:

“Yes, there were references about a strongly built individual of British appearance as a suspect. Still, as this was my first vision in my entire life, there was, on my part, a certain reluctance to divulging it. So I let a few days pass, to see whether or not the little girl showed up. Eventually, I gave this lead to the Polícia Judiciária (PJ), on 9 May, but after that they never contacted me.

“Later on, I received information from a PJ insider in Portimão that the investigation was no longer based on the working hypothesis of abduction. So it was then that I decided to carry out my own private investigation. I travelled over to continental Portugal, and visited the various lakes and dams of the Algarve, until I reached the Arade Dam, which was the only one that precisely matched the scenery that I had seen in my vision.

"I decided to contact a senior official at Método 3, the detective agency that had been hired by the McCanns to investigate their daughter’s disappearance. When I mentioned that the dam was located in Silves, I noticed that they were surprised and immediately wanted to speak with me”.

Again, let us pause to evaluate these words from the unreliable Aragão Correia. He tells us he had this vision on a Saturday night (5 May), after a spiritualist meeting. Then he claims he gave the information to the PJ four days later. What information? And how? - by e-mail? Or by ’phone? To whom? He doesn’t tell us. Then we get to an interesting snippet - that he says he received inside information (from a PJ police officer, presumably) that the investigation is no longer working on abduction as a theory, but presumably on the possibility that Madeleine died in Apartment 5A and her body hidden or disposed of.

That ties in with information received by journalist Duarte Levy that there was indeed a Portuguese detective who was leaking information about the Madeleine investigation to Método 3. If there was such a leak, that information would of course been leaked to the McCanns and to their teams of lawyers, public relations advisers and private investigators.

Then we are asked to believe that Aragão Correia only decided to contact Método 3 after he had finally located the Arade Dam as the one which matched his ‘vision’. The claim that he only contacted Método 3 after visiting the dam must be put alongside his admission that he had been paid ‘expenses’ for searching the Arade Dam by Método 3. Prior to that admission, of course, he had claimed that he had been funding the search out of the charitable goodness of his own heart, and as a consequence was portrayed in the British press as a ‘Good Samaritan’.

It would not be unreasonable to suggest, therefore, that Aragão Correia was in touch with Método 3 (and through them, Brian Kennedy and the McCanns) well before the searching of the Arade Dam. It might well be suggested, then, that the Arade Dam searches were a well-prepared attempt to divert attention away from the McCanns as possible suspects in the disappearance of Madeleine and to develop and further promote their claim that Madeleine had been snatched by one or more predatory paedophiles.

However, at the time of the second search of the Arade Dam, one newspaper reported the McCanns as being ‘furious’. It claimed: “Kate and Gerry McCann reacted with fury yesterday after divers began a second search of a reservoir for Madeleine's body.

The couple told friends that the search - funded by a Portuguese lawyer who they claim is a ‘fantasist’ seeking publicity - is a distraction from the hunt.

The report continued: “Marcos Aragão Correia claims crime contacts told him she was killed and left in the lake two days after going missing. Correia spent thousands of pounds on a previous search but found nothing. But a McCann source said: ‘There's no evidence Madeleine is in that reservoir. They believe she is alive and are concentrating on finding her’.”

Quite why the McCanns would be ‘furious’, given that the very private detectives they were funding, Método 3, appeared to be paying Correia, is hard to explain. We suggest that the McCanns and Brian Kennedy knew in advance about Marcos Aragão Correia’s two planned searches of the Arada Dam. If we are right about that, then the McCanns’ claim to be ‘furious’ about Mr Aragão Correia’s new searches at the dam would be bogus fury. Only one month later, Mr Aragão Correia, according to him on instructions from Método 3 (and therefore from the McCanns and Brian Kennedy), was visiting Odemira prison, and talking to Leonor Cipriano and the Prison Governor with a view to embarking on a campaign to target Gonçalo Amaral

Let us continue with Aragão Correia’s story: “Two detectives [from Método 3] met with me and told me that they had already received thousands of leads, but that mine was corroborated by a physical case that they had already established. It involved a Portuguese truck driver, M. Gautier, who only two days after the disappearance of Madeleine, at around 4pm to 5pm, while driving down the IC1 road, near the Arade Dam, saw two cars parked by the road, an Audi A3 that was driven by a man - and a green car (of a very unusual green) that was driven by a blonde woman. The two vehicles were separated by a small metallic fence, and while driving by in his truck, the driver saw what seemed like an inanimate child to him, being passed from one car to another, wrapped up in a blanket”.

Aragão Correia claims, then, that Método 3 had a credible report of a child in a blanket being passed from one car to another on Sarurday 5 May in the afternoon - two days after Madeleine ‘disappeared’. He goes into detail, claiming that Método 3 had established from M. Gautier, the Portuguese truck driver, that he “knew the blanket contained a child by the manner in which the body stood out from the blanket. The bent legs and small dimensions made him conclude, without hesitation, that it was a child. On the other hand, the extremely protective way in which the couple held the blanket, on a hot day, was suspicious”.

He adds the claim that M. Gautier contacted the police the very same day - Saturday 5 May. Correia says: “I spoke to M. Gautier myself. He told me that the PJ had ridiculed him as soon as he called them, on the very same day that he had witnessed the body being transferred from car to car near the metal fence”.

“It was all extremely strange”, continues Aragão Correia, “and because of that, in November, the truck driver reported everything to the detectives at Método 3”.

Let’s pause there. The truck driver is supposed to have contacted Método 3 in November? That’s six whole months after Madeleine went missing. Are we to take seriously the claim that this Portuguese truck driver, M. Gautier, waited for six whole months to contact Método 3, and tell them about the child being passed from one car to another - one of the cars a vivid green? And how likely is it that the PJ ‘ridiculed him’, as he claims?

Marcos Aragão Correia continued: “Método 3 detectives showed M. Gautier the photos of some of the main suspects in the disappearance of Maddie, and found some physiognomic similarities with at least two of them. The PJ were given this lead once again in November, but discarded it once again, after analysing the triangulation points from the suspicious couple’s mobile ’phones, and after questioning the owners of a plot of land on that site. The PJ committed a gross mistake by investigating only that suspect and his girlfriend. The truck driver said that he couldn’t be certain that it was that precise suspect, but rather that it was a person with similar physiognomic features, mainly in terms of body mass”.

So what are we left with here? A truck driver, M. Gautier, says he saw a ‘suspect’ with a similar body shape and body mass to two ‘suspects’ apparently already identified by Método 3. A truck driver, moreover, who waits six months after he says he first reported this to the PJ, to contact Método 3. It all sounds very unlikely. And as it is Marcos Aragão Correia telling the story, we can probably assume that parts of it, at least, are fabricated.
And if all that sounds unlikely, what can we make of the next part of Marcos Aragão Correia’s account?

He said: “Método 3 submitted me to a test in order to prove beyond all doubt whether or not my mediumistic abilities and my accounts were credible. They were fed up with following false leads. The fact is that the test gave totally positive results, according to what was confirmed to me personally by the Director of Método 3 in Barcelona himself. Following my mediumistic abilties passing Método 3’s stringent tests, Método 3 offered full support to my research. But given the fact that Maddie’s parents preferred to spend the decreasing money from the Find Madeleine Fund mainly following leads based on the belief that their daughter was still alive, they dismissed the possibility of paying professional divers to search the dam. So I offered myself to pay for the first phase of the searches in the dam, having later received much support, including financial support, from mediums and spiritualists who believed in and corroborated my theory”.

Well, what can we make of that account? We are left guessing at the possible nature of the ‘stringent test’ that Método 3 could have devised to ‘prove’ Mr Aragão Correia’s mediumistic abilities. And now we have yet another story on who paid for those expensive dam searches. First, Aragão Correia told us he had generously funded the searches himself, out of the goodness of of his heart, then we were told that Método 3 had ‘helped him with expenses’.

Now we get a third version, namely: “I was given money by a group of mediums and spritualists who corroborated my theory”. If anyone still thinks that Aragão Corrreia just might be telling the truth, here surely is another mass of contradictions about who funded his dam searchers that tells us that this man is a stranger to the truth, if not an out-and-out con-man and a fraud.

Aragão Correia then returns to the subject of the dam searches and tells the journalist: “The dam searches found items of relevance, but these were not sufficient as evidence. Maybe I made some mistakes, which might have alerted the possible abductors of the little English girl: On 11 January, before the diving in the dam started, Lux magazine published my suspicions in a front page article. Yet it was almost two months later that the searches were started at the dam. That was more than enough time for the criminals to hide any incriminating residues. Nevertheless, we discovered a girl’s sock that was Maddie’s age.

"I believe the sock might have been used by Maddie, although the lab tests failed to detect any human residues, due to the fact that it stayed underwater for such a long time. We also found several knotted lengths of rope, over five metres [16 feet] long, which would have been ideal to tie up the body at the bottom of the dam. All of this was recovered by the divers in an area where there was no other rubbish. Método 3 were always closely involved in the searches, monitoring them closely, and took all of those objects back to Spain for examination”.

The journalist then asks Aragão Correia to comment on the PJ investigation. He answered: “The information that I received as a medium didn’t allow for me to understand what the criminal’s motivation was. But information that I obtained later on - especially from consulting an excellent book by criminologist Barra da Costa - led me to believe the theory, admitted by the former PJ Chief Inspector, that the police weren’t interested in finding Maddie, nor in catching the real culprits over her disappearance. Dr Barra da Costa said in his book that there was something like a tacit plan to induce a general sense of insecurity across society, to allow for the micro-chip (a device implanted in human beings that gives out signals to track down where they are) to be produced on a major scale.

“At the beginning I had some reservations concerning that issue, because I had never heard about it, but I was interested careful enough to go on the internet and to consult several credible websites, including FBI and CIA sources, where I found some amazing things: the micro-chip was indeed being promoted as the ideal weapon to prevent crime. These sources added that the population should be induced into accepting this technological revolution, even if it was at the expense of a policy of deliberately promoting mass public insecurity. Well, the Maddie case fell like ‘manna from heaven’ for the promotion of the microchip, especially as far as children are concerned”.

And on that very puzzling note, the interview with Aragão Correia ended.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

GOOGLE is building its open-source chat software, WebRTC, into Chrome.

Google is building its open-source chat software, WebRTC, into Chrome.

Google will probably integrate it with Gmail, which is already a huge communication hub for so many people.
But the fact that Google is using open-source software suggests that the company wants third-party developers to build WebRTC into Web applications.
In a blog post, Google wrote that it wants "to implement this technology for use by the broader web community," and that they've "engaged with the standards communities such as IETF and W3C working groups to define and implement a set of standards for real time communications."
Microsoft/Skype should be shaking in its boots.

#MICROCHIP : Egg and chips like you have never heard before !

By Ethan A. Huff

It will monitor your calorie intake, show from where your food was sourced, and even let you know when the food in your fridge is about to go bad — these are some of the enticing claims made by the developers of a new system that embeds edible radio frequency identification (RFID) chips directly into food. Its creators insist the technology will revolutionize the way humans eat for the better, but critical-thinking onlookers will recognize the ploy as just another way to track and control human behavior.

Developed by Hannes Harms from the Royal College of Art in London, the “NutriSmart” system is based on the idea that RFID wafers injected directly into food can help better track the food supply chain, further automate the supermarket shopping experience, and simplify the eating experience by programming data into food so that humans essentially do not have to think about what they are

The technology makes both eating and dealing with food in general mindless, as a person simply needs to plop an RFID-embedded food item onto a special RFID-laced plate, which then tells the person all about the item and how much of it to eat. RFID ovens and microwaves also eliminate having to think about how long to cook an RFID food item — simply put it in the RFID microwave, oven, or toaster, and the machine will know exactly how long to cook the item.
As interesting and novel as this might sound, such technology is actually quite frightening when taken to its logical ends. NaturalNews previously warned that mad scientists have already developed edible RFID tags for use in pharmaceutical drugs (http://www.naturalnews.com/028663_h…). These tags, of course, can and will likely be used to monitor patients’ compliance with doctors orders, and alert authorities if a patient refuses to take certain pills as prescribed.

This 1984-esque scenario appears to be more than just science fiction — it is unfolding before our eyes just a little bit more every single day. And the NutriSmart system is just another piece of evidence that those in power wish to micromanage every single aspect of our lives, from the drugs we take to the foods we eat.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Marcos Alexandre Aragão Correia, Madeleine and the microchip.


Dr Barra da Costa said in his book that there was something like a tacit plan to induce a general sense of insecurity across society, to allow for the micro-chip (a device implanted in human beings that gives out signals to track down where they are) to be produced on a major scale.

“At the beginning I had some reservations concerning that issue, because I had never heard about it, but I was interested careful enough to go on the internet and to consult several credible websites, including FBI and CIA sources, where I found some amazing things: the micro-chip was indeed being promoted as the ideal weapon to prevent crime. These sources added that the population should be induced into accepting this technological revolution, even if it was at the expense of a policy of deliberately promoting mass public insecurity. Well, the Maddie case fell like ‘manna from heaven’ for the promotion of the microchip, especially as far as children are concerned”.


At this juncture, an unfortunately common tragedy of modern life will occur: A small child, likely a photogenic toddler, will be murdered or horrifically abused. It will happen in one of the media capitals of the Western world, thereby ensuring non-stop breathless coverage. Chip manufactures will recognize this as the opportunity they have been anticipating for years. With their technology now largely bug-free, familiar to most citizens and comparatively inexpensive, manufacturers will partner with the police to launch a high-profile campaign encouraging parents to implant their children "to ensure your own peace of mind."

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Kristina Vlassenko...questions asked why 'wrist' tracking device did not work !

Answer :  had Kristina been microchipped would she still be alive...? slowly but surely the chip will come into force, using the death of Kristina to chip the most vulnerable, autistic children!



Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Child tracking device....girl found dead !

A 10-year-old autistic girl was tragically found dead after going missing - despite having a tracking device that should have led authorities to her.

Kristina Vlassenko was discovered this week in a water-filled construction site hole only 400 yards from where she was last seen one day before.

But police in Colorado are trying to work out why a tracking device on the girl's wrist that could have saved her life never sent them a signal.
Tragic: Autistic Kristina Vlassenko, 10, was found dead this week in a water-filled construction site hole only 400 yards from where she was last seen one day before in Arvada, Colorado
Tragic: Autistic Kristina Vlassenko, 10, was found dead this week in a water-filled construction site hole only 400 yards from where she was last seen one day before in Arvada, Colorado


Friday, April 29, 2011

Denial of your U.S. passport application...if you fail to supply the information required..whereas a chip would make life so much easier !

The U.S. Department of State is proposing a new Biographical Questionnaire for passport applicants. The proposed new Form DS-5513 asks for all addresses since birth; lifetime employment history including employers’ and supervisors names, addresses, and telephone numbers; personal details of all siblings; mother’s address one year prior to your birth; any “religious ceremony” around the time of birth; and a variety of other information. According to the proposed form, “failure to provide the information requested may result in … the denial of your U.S. passport application.”


Sunday, April 24, 2011

America's Most Wanted Speaks With McCann Family

AMW correspondent Jon Leiberman spoke with Philomena McCann, the sister of Gerry McCann and the aunt of 4-year-old Madeleine McCann. Philomena confirmed to AMW that Madeleine's mother, Kate, had officially been named a suspect in her daughter's disappearance and was offered a plea deal through her attorney earlier Friday. According to Philomena, if Kate agreed to plead guilty to accidentally killing her daughter, the courts would "be lenient on her." Philomena says Kate's response was, get "stuffed".

Philomena said that though Kate and Gerry were demoralized at first, they are now going to begin "fighting back". Philomena says, "No one is even looking for Madeleine. I've had enough of their reputations being sullied. Kate and Gerry made it uncomfortable for the police the past few months so police just want to cover up their own incompetence by trying to go after Kate and Gerry. " Philomena says she believes that Gerry and Kate will never be formally charged with any crimes because the "evidence is so weak".

Though the shocking news may sound ominous for the McCann family, it may be standard protocol in Portugal. Under Portuguese law, declaring a suspect would indicate that police think the individual may have been involved in the crime but it would not necessarily mean that the suspect would be charged.

In May, Gerry McCann sat down with AMW producers in Washington, D.C., revealing what his family has faced since the abduction of his 4-year-old daughter, and discussing his attempts to find new resources in his quest to bring her home.

More than two months after Madeleine was kidnapped, Gerry visited the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children, learning about some of the techniques they use to track missing kids. Gerry also met with U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez.

Gerry McCann spent 48 hours in Washington, meeting with lawmakers and spreading the word about Madeleine's disappearance.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

The Verichip can be hacked...

  1. Scott Silverman, Chairman of the Board of VeriChip Corporation, promoting the the Verichiop human tracking device as a way to identify immigrants and guest workers
  2. Silvermann has stated the Verichip "be used for enforcement purposes at the employer level." He added, "We have talked to many people in Washington about using it...."
  3. Columbian President Alvaro Uribe. He reportedly told Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA) that he would consider having microchips implanted into Colombian workers before they are permitted to enter the United States to work on a seasonal basis.

  4. http://www.wethepeoplewillnotbechipped.com/main/viewpage.php?page_id=21

16 Digit RFID...Australia and the latest health issues using the microchip


Thursday, April 21, 2011

Special report: Tracking kids with microchips...


The story began with an abducted toddler stolen from her bed by an evil paedophile....However, there is no evidence of an abduction even less that Madeleine is still alive

At this juncture, an unfortunately common tragedy of modern life will occur: A small child, likely a photogenic toddler, will be murdered or horrifically abused. It will happen in one of the media capitals of the Western world, thereby ensuring non-stop breathless coverage.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Australia’s e-Health bill paves the way for PositiveID human implantable RFID microchips

From July 1st every single Australian will be branded with a unique, 1.16 digit identification number courtesy of Medicare Australia in accordance with Kevin Rudd’s new e-health revolution. The stated purpose of this act 2.“is to provide a way of ensuring that an entity that provides, or an individual who receives, healthcare is correctly matched to health information that is created when healthcare is provided.” Understandably it is a simple transition from localized medical records to an online system, that would allow your medical records to be accessed by medical facilities all across Australia.

For many this would seem to be the perfect solution to holiday accidents and prevent any unnecessary delays when facing treatment from an uncommon doctor who would require any past medical records. If a doctor in a different state previously treated you, they would need to determine if any further treatments/medications could cause adverse reactions to a prescription you or your family might currently be on. Having access to your usual doctors detailed medical reports, anywhere in the country, might just be a life saver. But is there more to it than meets the eye? There is indeed a surreptitious plan to set up the ground work for this system to progress seamlessly to implantable RFID microchips. All that would be required is a simple distribution of the PositiveID microchip and the necessary RFID scanners into the medical infrastructure – the software side would already be functioning at full steam.

3.“The Australian healthcare sector is a complex of public and private interests, hospital and community facilities, GP’s, laboratories, health funds, professional associations, special interest groups and individual consumers”. The introduction of this system would aim to revolutionize the way medical records are accessed and updated, ensuring every time it is accessed by a medical professional, the information is up to date and accurate. 4.Privacy advocates have lambasted the proposed bill quoting medical record privacy breaches, in 2007-2008 there were 234 serious accounts of this occurring yet 160 of these resulted in an emailed warning or counseling. If the Unique patient identification number was to go ahead, Australian Privacy Foundation chair Roger Clarke said “The situation will be many hundreds of times worse, as the HI database will ultimately be accessed by more than 600,000 medical providers and organizations”.

Knowing of the obvious security flaws that are inherent with a system of this scale, why does the Rudd government choose to bulldoze it into legislation? Could this in fact be the Hegelian dialectic at work? It could very well be a future road map that would lead to the more ‘secure’ method of accessing medical records via RFID implants as scores of complaints flood the media regarding security breaches and invasions of ‘privacy’. Scott R. Silverman, chairman and CEO of PositiveID claims 5.“In addition to helping consumers protect themselves from identity theft as it pertains to credit fraud, we are also focused on combating the growing problem of medical identity theft, which affects 7 percent of identity theft victims”. How noble of Scott.

Lets move to the hardware side of things, as we already have established that Medicare is providing the 16 digit number. Why 16-digits? Introducing the PositiveID implantable RFID microchip. The microchip itself 6.contains only a 16-digit number that when scanned with a hand held reader, connects to a secure online database. The database houses the patient’s identification information and personal health record data. The Council of Australian Governments even state themselves that 7.“The identifiers are an important building block for the future introduction of a patient-controlled Individual Electronic Health Record“. Scott R. Silverman states, on behalf of PositiveID, 8.“we put consumers in charge of their own health information through a robust, patient-controlled interface.” Interesting indeed.

9.It has been established already that IBM has seed funded PositiveID since inception, would it come as any surprise to you that 10.Medicare relies on IBM for its technology infrastructure and has just paid $189 million for a one-year extension on a services contract? Of course not. This is the most disturbing element, the very people designing and maintaining the system currently in use in Australia, are also the ones behind the PositiveID RFID microchip for humans.

Currently Microsoft and Google both have an e-health record management service.

 Microsoft’s product is ‘MS HealthVault’, Google’s is simply ‘Google Health’. 11.Both of these services are fully interoperable with PositiveID’s RFID microchip. 12.Microsoft has already made a submission to the national health and hospitals reform commission (NHHRC) and proposed an electronic health record system for the improvement of Australia’s healthcare. 13.Google isn’t far behind in the race either, with CEO Eric Schmidt stating that he “hopes to deliver Google Health to Australia by the end of the year”.

Staying true to the science of gradualism, we are having an information cage slowly erected around us and we won’t know until it is too late to do anything about it.

Maybe the implantable RFID microchips are coming sooner rather than later, we do know that they will be introduced for the purpose of cost efficiency and ‘reliability’ of patient identification, perhaps a failed e-health system could provide the perfect chaos to accommodate an implantable RFID solution.

 What we wont be told is that it will simply be a ‘plug in’ upgrade to our existing infrastructure, meaning a rapid deployment nation wide.

To some money minded bureaucratic sell outs, this is an extremely easy system to sell to an uneducated public.

Australians have already researched the ‘benefits’ of implantable microchips in a published article titled 14.“Lend me your arms: the use and implications of humancentric RFID”. The article suggests that social and ethical concerns “plague the technology” yet goes on to imply that “Initial adoption of the invasive technology has met with some success but any real assessment of the industry is prejudiced by the commercial monopoly of the VeriChip Corporation [now known as PositiveID]”. “Security and convenience are generic wants” and “Care-related humancentric RFID devices provide unparalleled portability for medical records.”

 To all the disbelievers that think the human microchipping agenda is light years away, think again, this article was published in 2006.

I’m going to be keeping my eye on the Rudd governments new health plan, in particular the 15.$436 million dollars that has been proposed to deal with the rising number of diabetics – just how much of this money is going to be used for a feasibility analysis of PositiveID’s iGlucose system? 16.“The iGlucose system is a standalone, self-contained unit that will automatically query a diabetic’s data-capable glucometer for blood glucose data and send that data via encrypted SMS text messaging to an online database.“ The machine is well oiled and vigilance is needed, we are dealing with a company that has no qualms when it comes to 17.micro chipping Alzheimer patients with 18.cancer causing RFID microchips.

There is going to be a huge, vulnerable market in the form of diabetic patients and with the 19.US government and now the 20.Australian government both trying to tackle the expanding financial burden that this disease places on both respective economies. You don’t have to look too far for an ‘easy’ and ‘cost effective’ solution, especially with PositiveID ready to jump at any opportunity it can to ‘help’.

NOTE: Legislation has been presented to Senators within Australia to prevent the mandatory implantation of humans, and it is sitting on their desks currently awaiting further action. Please contact your representatives and encourage them to introduce this into the senate and have it passed into law. For more information on the legislation itself there is a website found at http://www.wethepeoplewillnotbechipped.com/action/ that explains the process you will need to follow including a letter template and fact sheet.

  1. Patients have no choice – a health number ID for us all
  2. Healthcare identifiers and privacy: Discussion paper on proposals for legislative supporthttp://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/pacd-ehealth-consultation/$File/Typeset%20discussion%20paper%20-%20public%20release%20version%20070709.pdf
  3. Healthcare Identifiers Bill 2010http://parlinfo.aph.gov.au/parlInfo/download/legislation/bills/r4299_first/toc_pdf/10027b01.pdf;fileType%3Dapplication%2Fpdf
  4. Medicare data breaches increase privacy fears http://www.theaustralian.com.au/australian-it/medicare-data-breaches-increase-privacy-fears/story-e6frgakx-1225841101367
  5. PositiveID’s Latest Human Chip-Implant Scare Story: “Medical Identity Theft”http://industry.bnet.com/pharma/10007567/positiveids-latest-human-chip-implant-scare-story-medical-identity-theft/
  6. PositiveID: HealthIDhttp://www.positiveidcorp.com/health-id.html
  7. Council of Australian Governments’ Meeting
  8. PositiveID Corporation’s Identity Security Business Achieves Record Growth to 20,000 Active Subscribershttp://www.marketwatch.com/story/positiveid-corporations-identity-security-business-achieves-record-growth-to-20000-active-subscribers-2010-04-01?reflink=MW_news_stmp
  9. Verichip is now called PositiveID! Roll up your sleeve for the implantable human microchip, it’s now Positive? http://www.wethepeoplewillnotbechipped.com/main/articles.php?article_id=33
  10. Medicare extends its long-standing contract with IBM for another year http://www.theaustralian.com.au/australian-it/medicare-extends-its-long-standing-contract-with-ibm-for-another-year/story-e6frgakx-1225850070857
  11. PositiveID Corporation’s Identity Security Business Achieves Record Growth to 20,000 Active Subscribers
  12. SUBMISSION TO THE NATIONAL HEALTH AND HOSPITALS REFORM COMMISSION (NHHRC)http://www.health.gov.au/internet/nhhrc/publishing.nsf/Content/111-mhv/$FILE/Submissions%20111%20-%20Microsoft%20Healthvault%20Submission.pdf
  13. Google CEO coughs up Australia Health plans
  14. Lend me your arms: the use and implications of humancentric RFIDhttp://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1390&context=infopapers
  15. Rudd plan a ‘stimulus’ to diabetes care
  16. PositiveID Corporation Launches iGlucose Second-Stage Product Development
  17. The Controversy Magnet: PositiveID “Chips” Alzheimer’s Patients, Quite Possibly Without Permission
  18. Microchip Cancer Report
  19. PositiveID Corporation Launches iGlucose Second-Stage Product Development
  20. Rudd injects $430m into diabetic care


GPS: Tracking device for children BUT first lets try you with the GPS tracking device for your trolley....

 Sainsbury’s begins trial of “trolley trackers”

Sainsburys240 Sainsbury’s have begun a trial which monitors the shopping habits of customers. Currently only a voluntary system, customers are asked if they would like to participate when they enter the flagship superstore in Crayford, Kent. They are then given a specially equipped trolley and a handheld scanner, which they use while selecting items to purchase. The trolley contains a GPS device which tracks movement around the store. The information gathered is then downloaded after the goods have been paid for. Sainsbury’s are encouraging customers to enter the trial by bribing them with vouchers and discounts. The company hopes to use the information to help plan decisions on the layout of stores and the positioning of products.

Although this seems relatively benign, it has some potentially worrying consequences. If successful, the system may stop being voluntary, and be introduced throughout all stores. Currently, customers can choose whether to use a loyalty card which tracks purchases, and opt-out if they prefer not to. This system will give the company even more information about consumer habits, allowing more targeted, potentially unwanted marketing to be sent out to shoppers. It will also keep records of any purchases from the in-store pharmacy, which may be private and confidential.

If the “trolley tracker” system is to be rolled out throughout England, it should remain completely voluntary, to allow customers shopping habits to be anonymous and avoid receiving additional unwanted marketing.



Monday, April 18, 2011

July 2007....Wall to wall coverage of Madeleine McCann...meanwhile a more sinister tactic was taking place...children as young as five to be fingerprinted in schools without their parents permission...

Guidance: Heads don't need parents' permission to take biometric data
Schools have been given the go-ahead to take fingerprints from children as young as five - without asking their parents first.

Ministers issued guidance allowing heads to collect pupils' biometric data to use when taking the register, paying for lunch or using the library.

Schools can also take retina and iris scans and record children's voices, face shapes, hand measurements, handwriting and typing patterns.

Civil liberties campaigners are concerned that the data could be given to police or the Government without parents' knowledge - or stolen by identity thieves.

The advice, contained in official guidance published, has infuriated parents' groups.

Whitehall officials insisted the data is not stored as fingerprints but unique number streams derived from the prints, rendering it useless to anyone except the school using the system.
However the claims were disputed by campaigners who oppose the use of biometric data in schools. They also said that school computers are not secure enough to keep the data safe from hackers.

An investigation earlier this year found that 285 schools have already introduced fingerprint scanners.

They are used for a range of purposes including tracking children during the day to ensure they are not playing truant.

However, less than a fifth had first sought parental consent, according to a survey by the Liberal Democrats.

LibDem MP Greg Mulholland said: "It is highly disappointing and unsatisfactory that there remains no legal requirement for parental consent before a child's biometric data is collected.
"This is unacceptable. A school would never dream of taking children on a school trip without consent, but collecting their fingerprints is not subject to the same safeguards."

Nick Gibb, Tory schools spokesman, called the guidance "disappointing".

He said: "It is very weak as it neither requires schools to seek parental consent nor recognises the serious issues at stake with schools fingerprinting children simply for administrative convenience."

David Coulter, from the pressure group Leave Them Kids Alone, added that allowing schools to take children's fingerprints without consent was an "infringement of liberty".

He said: "These systems store fingerprint templates, which are used by the police. It leaves children open to identity fraud later on."

Polls by lobby groups suggest as many as 3,500 schools have bought the necessary equipment.

Many heads are said to have been waiting for the official guidance before bringing in the systems, fearing they could be breaching data protection law.

This states that while schools should notify parents they are taking biometric data, they do not have to seek formal consent.

And if pupils are old enough - thought to be around the age of 12 - do not even have to notify parents. They can comply with the law simply by informing the child.

Campaigners wanted ministers to force schools to ensure they had written permission from parents before taking children's fingerprints.

But the guidance merely told heads it was "good practice" to be "clear and open" when introducing biometric technology.

It advises schools to make contingency plans if parents object, for example by keeping a smartcard service running alongside fingerprint scanners.

However there is no requirement for them to do this.

Parents' only option if they are unhappy with the changes is to complain to the Information Commissioner.

Schools Minister Jim Knight insisted: "Biometric data is increasingly being used in schools. This guidance advises schools to fully involve parents in any decision to introduce this new technology.

"I want parents to be fully engaged with every aspect of their children's education - this is at the heart of today's guidance.

"I back every headteacher's right and professional judgment to choose technology to improve their day-to-day running - but it is plain common sense for them to talk to parents about this."

The guidance, issued by the Governmentfunded British Education Communications and Technology Agency, known as Becta, said schools must not pass on the information to outside bodies and should destroy it as soon as the pupil leaves.

However Liberty, the civil rights group, said: "The police have the right to get into any database, private or public."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-470344/Children-young-fingerprinted-schools.html#ixzz1JuMGBxht

FLORIDA baby...

You will also be asked to present your fingerprints for scanning and your photo will be taken.  Your baby will not have to have his fingerprints scanned. 


Airport security goes too far with full body scans for children....much easier if they were chipped ? over my dead body !!!!!!!...


Six year old groped and probed at airport...


Teaching union slams "luddite" opponents of pupil fingerprinting

Fingerprint72 The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) have claimed that the much-needed controls on biometric systems and CCTV in schools are a “Luddite Solution”.

The new legislation will require the written permission of both parents, plus any other person with parental responsibility for a child. Without this, schools will be unable to use a biometric system on children.

ASCL general secretary Brian Lightman said:
"ASCL completely agrees that parents should have a say in whether their children take part in biometric systems in schools, and they should have the right to opt out if they have concerns or are opposed in principle.”

“However, if the bill goes through, the hoops that schools and colleges will need to go through to use these systems will be completely disproportional. The reality is that in the next few years, we will be using finger recognition to log onto our laptops. This is the future and it is already in one in every three secondary schools. To enact this legislation is a Luddite reaction and a huge backward step."

A spokesman for the Department for Education (DfE) said:

"We've got no problem with heads using the latest biometrics to speed up lunch queues or registration - that's their choice. The bottom line is that parents should have the right to opt their children out if they are concerned about its use. Biometrics is always a sensitive issue - the onus should be on schools to explain and persuade parents of these systems' merits. You can't assume families will just go along with whatever a head says, when it comes to using and storing their children's personal data. It's common sense that alternative systems are available for those who those that want it."

Biostore Solutions claim that in the schools which use biometrics, 99.8% of parents have no objection to it being used on their child.

This seems an extremely suspicious statistic, especially considering it comes from a company with a huge conflict of interest.

 In fact, the statistic does not come from a survey of parents; instead it is based on the number of pupils who refused to take part in the system. Most pupils will have been subjected to a huge amount of pressure to accept the system from teachers who they are taught to respect.

Without this legislation, schools will install hugely intrusive biometric systems and CCTV cameras to monitor the movement of children without the permission of parents, who may not even know about the systems.

 The government is right to make these changes, and should ignore the complaints of the ASCL.


One more step closer to the microchip:The European Commission and the Intercept Modernisation Programme

Syed121 Regular visitors to the Big Brother Watch blog will be well aware of our opposition to the Intercept Modernisation Programme - a vast database which will log details of all 'phone calls, text messages and e-mails sent in the United Kingdom.  More on our position can be found here.

Syed Kamall, a Conservative MEP for London, has tabled a question to the European Commission examining the legal basis for the scheme and its conformance with EU law. 

In his question, Syed asked whether 1) the UK's Intercept Modernisation Programme as described in the Strategic Defence Review would be compatible with EU data protection laws and 2) what steps the Commission intended to take if it was incompatible with EU statues.

The Commission's response was as follows:

"The Commission underlines the importance of the protection of the security of citizens in conjunction with a robust protection of civil liberties.

"The ePrivacy Directive 2002/58/EC protects the right to privacy in the electronic communications sector. It provides that Member States may adopt legislative measures to restrict the scope of the rights, including those concerning confidentiality of communications, when such restriction constitutes a necessary, appropriate and proportionate measure within a democratic society to safeguard, inter alia, public security.

"The European Commission is aware that in April 2009 the UK Government consulted on a number of options for maintaining the vital capability of public authorities to use communications data to protect the public.

"In October 2010 the UK Government set out in the Strategic Defence and Security Review its intention to continue to build on an existing programme of work to preserve the ability of law enforcement, security and intelligence agencies to obtain communications data and to intercept communications within the appropriate legal framework with its inherent safeguards and oversight.

"The Commission has been informed that the United Kingdom intends to legislate to ensure that it can avail of adequate communications capabilities and that the legislative approach will be compatible with the UK governments approach towards civil liberties. Details of this legislation would be announced in the UK Parliament in due course.

"The Commission will follow this process closely to ensure that the legislation that will be proposed will be consistent with the obligations of the UK under EU law, including that relating to data protection."

BBW will be watching as this story develops...

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Tavares de Almeida.

“There were English elements here, incognito. We were targeted by surveillance and highly controlled by the English authorities”, Tavares de Almeida accused. “And official cooperation was done at the measure of the Anglo-Saxon authorities. For example, when we requested information from England, still during the investigation into the abduction thesis, it never arrived”, he stresses. Ricardo Paiva explained that three British agencies were involved – Leicester Police, MPIA and Scotland Yard – and that many of the diligences were suggested by them.