Posted on May 21, 2014 by Boulderdash
An article saying Pope Francis support RFID chip implantation isn’t real.
The fake report, published on “satire” website National Report, appears to be poking fun at the fear that a widespread microchip implantation is “the mark of the beast,” as described in the Bible.
“In a controversial move by the Catholic church, Pope Francis has come out in vocal support of RFID Chip technologies and the extraordinary potential they hold for mankind. The outrage stems from a belief held by many Evangelicals, Fundamentalists and Catholics, that RFID implants are the Mark Of The Beast, spoken about in their Holy Book’s chapter regarding the end of the world,” the article reads.
According to a disclaimer that has since been removed, National Report isn’t a real news source.
“National Report is a news and political satire web publication, which may or may not use real names, often in semi-real or mostly fictitious ways. All news articles contained within National Report are fiction, and presumably fake news. Any resemblance to the truth is purely coincidental,” it states, according to hoax-debunking website Waffles at Noon.
A quick search shows that Pope Francis has never made statements about RFID chips.
via Pope Francis RFID Hoax: ‘Goes Public With Support Of RFID Micro Chip Implantation’ is Fake.
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Posted on January 11, 2013 by Boulderdash
Posted on December 22, 2012 by Boulderdash
Madison Ruppert, Contributor
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) praised 13 states on Dec. 20 for complying with the standards for national driver’s licenses and identification cards outlined in the REAL ID Act of 2005.
Brent Daggett, writing for End the Lie, noted that the REAL ID Act could make Americans feel like prisoners within the United States itself and he is not alone in his criticism.
Indeed, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has stated that the REAL ID has few benefits and staggering costs while also noting that the regulations themselves are deeply flawed.
The DHS claims that REAL ID implementation is critical for maintaining national security, a claim which is patently absurd given they have waived the screening process for chemical plant employees, allowed airport employees to work without background checks and even somehow allowed illegal immigrants to work as supervisors in airports for two decades undetected.
Furthermore, the fact that an 82-year-old nun and others can literally walk onto what is supposedly the Fort Knox of uranium without being detected or arrested for quite some time should indicate to us that the government really doesn’t care about security.
via Activist Post: As 13 states meet DHS REAL ID standards, remaining get extensions to comply.
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Posted on October 9, 2012 by Boulderdash
Paul Joseph Watson
October 9, 2012
A new CNN article predicts that within 75 years people will have embedded microchips within their brain that will allow their behavior to be controlled by a third party.
The story, entitled Smartphone of the future will be in your brain, offers a semi-satirical look at transhumanism and the idea of humans becoming part cyborg by having communications devices implanted in their body.
Predicting first the widespread popularity of wearable smartphones, already in production by Google, the article goes on to forecast how humans will communicate by the end of the century.
“Technology takes a huge leap in 75 years. Microchip can be installed directly in the user’s brain.
Apple, along with a handful of companies, makes these chips. Thoughts connect instantly when people dial to “call” each other. But there’s one downside:
“Advertisements” can occasionally control the user’s behavior because of an impossible-to-resolve glitch.
If a user encounters this glitch — a 1 in a billion probability — every piece of data that his brain delivers is uploaded to companies’ servers so that they may “serve customers better.”
via CNN: Your Behavior Will Be Controlled by a Brain Chip :.
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Posted on September 3, 2012 by Boulderdash
by Bob Unruh
A rebellion is developing in Texas against a plan by a school district in San Antonio that would monitor the exact location and activities of all students at all times through RFID chips they are being ordered to wear.
Katie Deolloz, a member of Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering, told WND today that parents and students from San Antonio’s Northside Independent School District confronted the school board last night, stating their concerns about privacy and other issues “clearly and passionately.”
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