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RFID Chip Created for Identity and Healthcare – National Human Identification System – NHIS

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Watch this video regarding Verichip and the implantable microchip, which will combine money, identity, and health records in one convenient package. Then read the article HR 3200 Institutes a National Human Identification System – NHIS. Verichip makes the chip, the FDA creates the registry, and Congress mandates health insurance, which includes the NHIS registry and database. Do the math. READ MORE…

One of the best places to follow the money behind NAIS is Wisconsin

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    Case Study: Wisconsin

    One of the best places to follow the money behind NAIS is Wisconsin, where the Wisconsin Livestock Identification Consortium (WLIC) and its partner group, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection (WDATCP)81 have managed to secure close to $7 million in federal funding and more than a million dollars in non-federal funding over the last eight years.82,83 Bolstered by a state law requiring every farm premises to be registered in a central database, these groups are serving as administrators of what amounts to a state-level pilot project for NAIS.

    The WLIC, a consortium of private industry stakeholders and government agencies, has used these federal tax dollars to fund groups that could benefit financially from NAIS. By the middle of 2005, WLIC reportedly was funding more than a dozen research projects valued at close to $400,000, with money going to the Wisconsin Pork Association,84 which currently sits on the WLIC board of directors, and Smithfield, a current member of WLIC.85

    WLIC was founded in 2002 as “a proactive, livestock industry- driven effort”86 with a mission “to create a secure, nationally compatible livestock identification system.”87 The members and affiliates of the consortium read like a laundry list of the corporate and private interests that stand to gain from a mandatory NAIS. The big animal-ID tech companies, like AgInfoLink, Digital Angel, Global Animal Management, Y-Tex and Allflex USA, are all represented as members.88

    In coalition with the Wisconsin Department of Trade and Consumer Protection, the WLIC has developed its own USDA-compliant Animal Tracking Database — one of six that the USDA considers fully functional and capable of providing traceability.89

    The push for animal tracking in Wisconsin, however, has not gone smoothly. Some farmers continue to resist registering their premises or participating in animal identification — either because of privacy or property rights concerns, or, in the case of Amish farmers, on religious grounds.90 In 2007, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture began sending letters to dairy farmers on unregistered premises indicating their milk production licenses could be revoked if they failed to register their farms.91 This threat, which would have essentially forced non-compliant dairy farmers to go out of business, was eventually softened,92 but to critics of NAIS, it demonstrates the heavy-handed tactics that government agencies are willing to use to promote the program.

    Wisconsin DATCP proudly announces plans to target several more private property owners

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    ppjg-48Copyright (C) 2009 Marti Oakley All rights resrved without exception
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  • 27673_1thThis is a public announcement of a premeditated assault on property owners in violation of the Wisconsin Constitution and individual property rights made by Donna Gibson on behalf of Wisconsin DATCP (Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection) in an interview with AgriView.    

    Why is no one pressing charges against her and other DATCP personnel and officials for making public threats and plans of harm to sovereign property owners in the state?

    On October 21, 2009 in Wisconsin Circuit Court, Polk County, Judge Molly E. Galewyrick found Pat & Melissa Monchilovich guilty of failure to register premises.   During that court proceeding and under oath, DATCP representatives admitted the program was not of benefit and probably never would be.  Still, DATCP seems quite proud of their targeting of this family, and their subsequent threats to target others in Wisconsin.

    In my opinion, this is nothing less than a threat of intended harm and the use of coercion and duress to force compliance to what is nothing more than an assault on private property rights perpetrated by state officials in violation of their offices and in violation of the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin.   It would appear that state officials launching these attacks on property owners are not aware that Wisconsin has such a document or that they are bound to work within its scope and limitations.  More

    Fake Cow Ears and Defibrillators

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    By: Lynn Swearingen

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    “The potential for RFID tagging of livestock is billions yearly and the potential for radio tagging of food is in trillions a year…”

     U.S. Vs Canada Smack Down in October? 090115a2

    Not exactly how you expected to start your day is it? A little background might be in order.

    In 1990 the creation of the National Advisory Board on Animal Identification was created to begin offering livestock traceability initiatives in Canada. Not content to use the systems in place that had proven effect in cost, labor and common sense, the Advisory Board determined that streamlining through Rfid tagging and individual reporting of livestock was the way to go.

    Determining the total cost for this voluntary program over the past 19 years is impossible. I’d like to say names have been changed to protect the innocent, but it is more likely the “Program” and    Canadian Government simply don’t want the public to know the tax burden they bear. One can find the most recent funding totals $20 million over the next 3 years from The Canadian Industry Traceability Infrastructure Program. More

    VeriChip: One Mainframe To Rule Them All

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    Keeping track of individuals, locations of houses, groups, payments, railroads, banking, employment, warehousing, inventories and much more.  Meet the new IBM punchcard: VeriChip.  And they want to plant one in you!

    One Mainframe To Rule Them All

    by: noverichip

    Parts 3-4-5 here: More

    RFID BRACELET ONCE YOU HAVE HAD THE US666 & EU666 VACCINATION

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    URGENT GET THIS OUT NOW !

    The government plans to force vaccinations, cut off travel and permanently implant an RFID bracelet on your wrist have been exposed.  Oklahoman’s need to sue for impeachment of their legislators.  DO IT NOW!  Everyone else in every state….get moving..start the process wherever these bills have been passed.  17 states have recall provisions.  That’s an option but far too slow. 

    Why the proposed healthcare plan will not fix the problems

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    microchips_deesPPJG Original article.                                     
    September 11,2009  4:07 p.m.         
    By: Marti Oakley (c) 2009

    Update:  As you all know the healthcare bill has now been expanded to around 2000 pages.  More than 50 new agencies and czar positions created.  And you are still going to vote an incumbent back in from either of the two major parties? 

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    I actually printed off all 1069 pages of the proposed healthcare reform.  As I did not have the funds available to squander on a speed reader as our congress does so that:

    • I could claim it had been read and save money on paper and ink;    
    • Had it read so I could listen to it in fast forward while I visited with my friend across the isle;
    • I could create the impression that I actually did read and understand the bill;
    • I could get a good laugh out of the actual speed which a hired speed reader could rip through this mess without having his/her head implode.

    And then realized I had just rendered myself unable to claim “plausible deniability” by claiming I did read the bill and by doing so could not claim at a later date I did not know or understand any part of it.

     With these things in mind I did this:

    • Actually spent two days trying to decipher the 460+ changes to US Codes and Statutes,
    • What those USC changes meant.  
    • How the change was actually going to impact health access and costs controls.
    • How all this was to be accomplished; and finally try to figure out:
    • How the hell anyone was going to administer this massive mess of doublespeak, backtracking, code changing, strikethrough, insertions, added before, added after, remove this section, insert in this section, and all the other legislative gibberish commonly used to hide the hidden intent of most of what emanates from that body of royal jackasses that exists as our congress. 

     Here is what I learned about the healthcare proposal as a result of actually READING the damn thing. More

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