Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of an object (typically referred to as an RFID tag) applied to or incorporated into a product, animal, or person for the purpose of identification and tracking using radio waves. Some tags can be read from several meters away and beyond the line of sight of the reader. Radio-frequency identification involves interrogators (also known as readers), and tags (also known as labels).
Facebook Inc AKA FBI, and the illuminati beverage giant exploits the RFID chip.
Visitors to the amusement park (Coca-Cola Village) sponsored by Coca Cola Israel wore RFID bracelets enabling them to log onto their Facebook accounts and indicate that they “liked” certain activities, such as a water slide or a wave pool. Coke’s advertising agency, E-dologic, developed the idea and installed the RFID system.
The project succeeded beyond the organizer’s expectations: A total of 6,500 teenagers attended throughout the six-week period, 1,500 RFID-enabled wristbands were put into service, and the event became the most popular Facebook page in Israel, with 80,000 users and 652,700 daily post views.
Enon Landenberg, E-dologic’s chief executive, was quoted in an article on Adland as saying,
“We are continuously looking for ways to connect the physical world with the virtual world. The idea behind ‘the Like machine’ is an ultimate solution. It is an innovative and pioneering method, and through it the possibility to involve your Facebook friends in events and experiences that are happening to you around the world becomes a very true reality.”
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RFID Human Implants:
Implantable RFID chips designed for animal tagging are now being used in humans. An early experiment with RFID implants was conducted by British professor of cybernetics Kevin Warwick, who implanted a chip in his arm in 1998. In 2004 Conrad Chase offered implanted chips in his night clubs in Barcelona and Rotterdam to identify their VIP customers, who in turn use it to pay for drinks. In 2004, the Mexican Attorney General’s office implanted 18 of its staff members with the Verichip to control access to a secure data room.
Privacy advocates have protested against implantable RFID chips, warning of potential abuse and denouncing these types of RFID devices as “spychips”, and that use by governments could lead to an increased loss of civil liberties and would lend itself too easily to abuse. One such case of this abuse would be in the microchip’s dual use as a tracking device. Such concerns were justified in the United States, when the FBI program COINTELPRO was revealed to have tracked the activities of high profile political activist and dissident figures.
In September of 2009, VeriChip Corp, one of the largest producers of the RFID Chip, obtained an exclusive license to two patents. These patents held by VeriChip partner Receptors LLC, relate to biosensors capable of detecting the H1N1 and other viruses and biological threats. The Global Elite have been working on this project for many years. In April of 1998 the feature article of Time Magazine reported that, “in the future, money will be stored in the laptop, in the debit card and even (in the not-so-distant future) in a chip implanted under the skin.” This technology is now available and is already being applied on human beings around the world.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a gimmick from Florida-based Applied Digital Solutions to chip people with RFID implants – previously confined to tracking animals – thereby making it easy to access their medical records, even when they cannot, or would rather not, cooperate.
The tiny, passive RFID devices, called VeriChips, are injected under the hide. They do not contain the medical data in question, but instead store a unique ID number that is used to access records on a remote server maintained by Applied Digital, using a handheld reader. The chips are legal in numerous applications, but cannot be used as medical devices without FDA approval – which they now have got.
So, what is the problem that this technology solves? We don’t think there is one, unless doctors’ offices are being flooded with people who can’t recall their own medical histories. Yes, some people do suffer from dementia, but these are most often found already in nursing facilities and hospitals, or at least supervised by a nurse or family member. —Posted 2004: The Register.
RFID Chips are Radio Frequency Identification devices. An RFID is a microchip with an attached antenna. The microchip contains stored information which can be transmitted to a reader and then to a computer. RFID’s can be passive, semi-passive or active.
A New World Order Preparation for the RFID Chip:
The RFID chip will play a vital roll to control the masses within the New World Order of enslavement. As the world leaders manipulate humanity to surrender their free choice, implementing the full scale of the RFID human chip will most likely be from the excuse for “security”.
Anyone who receives the RFID chip will be a human slave for the powers of the darkness.