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The RFID chips are showing up

Well the government has found a way around sticking RFID chips in everyone, they're just going to stick it in your license. NY and WSH already have them. If you go to the link below and click on the United states on the map, then click on enhanced drivers license it will tell you about it.
http://www.getyouhome.gov/

Our government needs our help, they have an addiction. Our government is addicted to our money. Since they always have our best interest at heart it's time we return the favor. We need to have an intervention, for the governments own good of course. It's just irresponsible for us to let people with a known money addiction continue to handle our money. Lets have an intervention now so we can help these sick individuals.
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I'll be putting mine in vice to make sure it's flat. They're probably indestructible though.

Our government needs our help, they have an addiction. Our government is addicted to our money. Since they always have our best interest at heart it's time we return the favor. We need to have an intervention, for the governments own good of course. It's just irresponsible for us to let people with a known money addiction continue to handle our money. Lets have an intervention now so we can help these sick individuals.
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Where's the "tinfoil hat" naysayers?
Slowly but surely all the conspiracy theories are coming true.

Our government needs our help, they have an addiction. Our government is addicted to our money. Since they always have our best interest at heart it's time we return the favor. We need to have an intervention, for the governments own good of course. It's just irresponsible for us to let people with a known money addiction continue to handle our money. Lets have an intervention now so we can help these sick individuals.
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its called the "real id" i believe.

the goverment cant even tell the truth to its people,much less fix a fucked economy.but on the bright side they can ship us.lmao

we need a real revolution.the bullshit won't stop until it happens.

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They already do it in passports and from what I have read you just hit it with a hammer to disable it.

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Would a microwave take care of the chip?
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my passport doesn't have one...
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Known about this for awhile. No surprise

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Just keep it out of my right hand and/or forehead...
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Just keep it out of my right hand and/or forehead...
I know what you are referring to but its esculation my friend start small and unnoticed then bam your effed. Well unless you are one of the few paying attention.

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Would a microwave take care of the chip?
Excellent idea! I thought about trying to zap it with my electric fence. 10KV FTW.
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Looks like it is just an additional/optional feature so you dont have to carry a Pass Port...
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Make sure when you go shopping, you take the items you purchase and hit them with hammers or microwave them. RFID has been making its way into retail supply chains, so I'm sure you have some in or on products and packaging you take home.

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Technically, your SSN already fulfills the mark of the beast prophecy.

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Technically, your SSN already fulfills the mark of the beast prophecy.
The problem with RFID is that they could potentially use it to track you. I'm more worried about the gub'ment beast at the moment. Who needs GPS' in your car? They'll just set up towers or use towers (cell phone) and start monitoring your movements via your TXDL.

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The problem with RFID is that they could potentially use it to track you. I'm more worried about the gub'ment beast at the moment. Who needs GPS' in your car? They'll just set up towers or use towers (cell phone) and start monitoring your movements via your TXDL.
I have worked with RFID stuff a bit here at work, and currently there isn't a small enough battery to fit in a license-sized transmitter that can transmit a strong enough signal to be read more than a few yards away. The bigger, more expensive ones (with batteries) I've used still have questionable signal strength at 100yds or so.

I'm not saying a license-sized transmitter won't exist in say 10 years that could be strong enough to do real-time tracking if they had the reader infrastructure to support it, but it's not there yet.
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I have worked with RFID stuff a bit here at work, and currently there isn't a small enough battery to fit in a license-sized transmitter that can transmit a strong enough signal to be read more than a few yards away. The bigger, more expensive ones (with batteries) I've used still have questionable signal strength at 100yds or so.

I'm not saying a license-sized transmitter won't exist in say 10 years that could be strong enough to do real-time tracking if they had the reader infrastructure to support it, but it's not there yet.
You're going the wrong way. There's passive RFID that get activated when a frequency hits it, giving it the energy needed to transmit.

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/rfid3.htm

True, the range is low now, but who knows as things get more sensitive and technology improves.

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You're going the wrong way. There's passive RFID that get activated when a frequency hits it, giving it the energy needed to transmit.

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/rfid3.htm

True, the range is low now, but who knows as things get more sensitive and technology improves.
Ya, in re-reading my post, I wasn't clear but that's what I was saying though... The passive or semi-passive (if they went with a teeny battery to boost the range) have a very limited range, but even the battery-powered "active" ones (like I've tried to use) are still very range-limited.
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Ya, in re-reading my post, I wasn't clear but that's what I was saying though... The passive or semi-passive (if they went with a teeny battery to boost the range) have a very limited range, but even the battery-powered "active" ones (like I've tried to use) are still very range-limited.
Oh I'm sure big bro has a special one that they're not showing you guys. That way when someone refers to the rfid being able to track people, a person that works with them like yourself shoots that theory down, and then there's no panic in the public.

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Ya, in re-reading my post, I wasn't clear but that's what I was saying though... The passive or semi-passive (if they went with a teeny battery to boost the range) have a very limited range, but even the battery-powered "active" ones (like I've tried to use) are still very range-limited.
Thinking about it, the toll tag sensors are already in that range.

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You have a cell phone, they can already track you...
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Thinking about it, the toll tag sensors are already in that range.
Yeah, and they work from inside a car at 60-90 mph too.
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I attached mine to a duck. I should appear to be in South america somewhere right now.
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You have a cell phone, they can already track you...
But that function is supposed to be turned off unless you dial 911!

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I have a buddy who is retired from Lockhead, and he microwaves all his cc and debt cards first thing. He claims they all have chips in them. It's funny seeing a slightly brown and crispy cc passed to a cashier.

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Technically, your SSN already fulfills the mark of the beast prophecy.
By what standards? Revelation is pretty specific.
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