Ever since the 9/11 terrorist attacks the powers that be cannot get enough surveillance on us. The latest in their quest for wanting to watch our every move comes in the form of microchipped pills.
Not happy enough with monitoring our phone calls, computers and having a camera on us everywhere we go outside… the recently FDA-approved microchip in a pill will be the perfect excuse to place surveillance inside our bodies.
(Yes, it’s science-fiction as in the example of the old George Lucas movie THX 1138 now turned into science-fact. The scientific dictatorship is here care of the surveillance state folks.)
Of course, the idea will be presented to us as highly beneficial from a health point of view. People can be checked if they’ve taken their pills and not forgotten them or use real-time monitoring for maintaining the right prescribed dosage… and many people will buy into it while failing to see the dark hidden ulterior motive.
Could a remote-controlled digital-dosing monitoring system have the effect of making its pill-taking citizens temperate and docile if ever needed? Or could it be used to deliberately change our moods?
A clue in the hidden agenda comes from the fact that these microchipped pills have cost billions to develop… which comes to the point that big government wants to mandate our health.
Read more http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/09/23/microchipped-pharmaceuticals-are-the-surveillance-states-next-weapon/
In an apparent effort to further depersonalize medicine, the National Science Foundation (NSF) is funding research into an implantable microchip capable of digitally monitoring the health of patients and reporting their vital statistics to doctors’ offices without the need for an actual doctor-patient interaction.
Reports indicate that NSF has given a $5,070 grant to a graduate fellowship project tasked with developing an implantable antenna, of sorts, to keep track of patients’ vital signs. The device, after being implanted just below a patient’s skin, would be capable of monitoring medical devices, for instance, and both uploading and downloading data for use in patient tracking.
Read more http://www.naturalnews.com/050007_tracking_microchips_RFID_implants_medical_doctors.html