Fox News Promotes RFID For Medical Purposes — Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Take The Chip

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by Aaron Kesel, Activist Post:

Fox News is pushing RFID chip implants, encouraging people that the tech is safe and good for medical by stating it’s similar to getting a tetanus shot.

Recently in Sweden, thousands of people have reportedly had chips implanted. Fox highlights this news expressing that a company called Biohax has already “installed” around 4,000 chips into “customers.”

The article then goes onto explain how awesome it is to have a chip in one’s hand, stating that those chipped can open secure doors, pay for tickets, and share emergency medical information.

Years ago, it was seen as a “conspiracy theory” that the elite wanted to microchip the populace. Now, it’s right in our faces constantly; it’s no longer a secret.  I’ll start by repeating the words of the great Aaron Russo, Rockefeller’s best friend: “Do not take the chip.”

NBC has previously said blatantly, “your kids will receive the microchip for their ‘safety.’”

There is absolutely nothing safe about allowing your kids to be microchipped. All this is being prepackaged as a way for law enforcement to rescue or find lost, kidnapped and missing children. They always seek to use the children.

Let me tell you, the elite care so much about the children that in the UK they wanted to lower the age of consent to four years old. I would like to know who bankrolled all these positive microchip stories.

In any event, this isn’t the only way they are trying to push people to get the chip. Over the years there have been various commercials trying to push the chip. One showing a concert, another showing a doctor using it to diagnose patients’ disorders, and several other mentions of the chip in the media.

However, a story this writer will never forget is about a Saudi inventor that had a “brilliant idea” to make a chip with a lethal dose of cyanide in it.

Although the patent was denied in Germany, this is still an example and documentation of what can be done. Do not trust the chip. Do not even for a second trust the chip. Tell the government you do not want an RFID.

Let’s talk about the marketing for the RFID chip. One of the first commercials for the chip was VeriChip Corp’s extremely creepy commercial for Health Link, which shows all the health “benefits” of the microchip.

However, they leave out the health risks like one of those 5 a.m. infomercials for some weight loss drug that could cause heart attacks.

The chip comes with a huge risk: you’re injecting an electronic device into you that, heck, you forget has the potential of containing cyanide or another slow-killing poison. If the chip malfunctions or maybe switch is flipped after you’ve been a bad dissident against your New World Order dictatorship.

You could have an internal electric shock or be burnt as Katherine Albrecht said, “The way it works is it picks up and amplifies ambient electro-magnetic energy from the reader devices and if you have one of these things in your arm and you get in the range of an electromagnetic field it can actually burn you.”

IBM has also been caught pushing the RFID chip as the future market with a commercial where it seems some shady guy is stealing product, then walks out and a security guard walks up to him. “Excuse me Sir you forgot your receipt.” A female announcer then says “Checkout lines; who needs them this is the future of e-business.” First let me bash the commercial’s logic, where is this guy putting all the product he’s stealing?

Is that coat of his an endless black hole? Where did it all go, does it just vanish? Now that I got that out of my system.

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