Another reason to get off legal drugs – microchipped pills!

Barbara H. Peterson

Well, it’s almost here, folks! The chip in a pill by big pharma, designed to make sure that you take your drugs on time, monitor and report your heart rate, temperature, body movement, and whatever else they deem appropriate in order to keep an eye on your internal activities and force you to comply with your doctor’s instructions. This is a Big Brother wet dream. People monitored day and night, and in constant danger of having their health insurance revoked for non-compliance.  Continue reading

One Mainframe to Rule Them All

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One Mainframe to Rule Them All

FAULLBROS

October 12, 2009

One Mainframe To Rule Them All is a breathtaking rundown of the human microchipping agenda. Concise and effective, it breaks down the coming global information control grid in all its horrifying detail. Scarier than any horror movie could be because it is real and documented.

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Microchip Implant to Link Your Health Records, Credit History, Social Security

By Jim Edwards

Oct 5, 2009

Source: BNet

Novartis and Proteus Biomedical are not the only companies hoping to implant microchips into patients so that their pill-popping habits can be monitored. VeriChip of Delray Beach, Fl., has an even bolder idea: an implanted chip that links to an online database containing all your medical records, credit history and your social security ID.

As this presentation to investors makes clear, the chip and its database could form the basis of a new national identity database lined to Social Security and NationalCreditReport.com. The VeriMed Health Link homepage describes the chip:

… a tiny, passive microchip (the nation’s first and only microchip cleared for patient identification by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration) and a secure, private online database that links you to your personal health record. Your Health Link is always with you and cannot be lost or stolen.

That database can be accessed by doctors and nurses:

About the size of a grain of rice, the microchip is inserted just under the skin and contains only a unique, 16-digit identifier. The microchip itself does not contain any other data other than this unique electronic ID, nor does it contain any Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking capabilities. And unlike conventional forms of identification, the Health Link cannot be lost, stolen, misplaced, or counterfeited. It is safe, secure, reversible, and always with you.

But VeriChip’s ambitions don’t end there, as this diagram indicates:

Yes, it shows your Health Link chip linked to Google, Microsoft, employers and insurers. The company also sees the VeriMed Health Link linked to your “identity security services,” through a separate VeriChip product, PositiveID. READ MORE…

Now go HERE and read how this database is set up in HR 3200.

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