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The New World Order, Verichip and the Microchip Agenda

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And we ain't seen nothing yet.


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Unfortunately, the people who have been misleadingly labelled "conspiracy theorists" for the last few decades as a reflex action response to their warnings about the upcoming "New World Order" were right. Even Fox News had a momentarily lapse of purpose and admitted as much [1], as the politicians and technocrats openly use the phrase "New World Order" [2]. George "Poppy" Bush kicked off the new trend on September 11th. No not that one, September 11th 1990 [3]. And again in 1991, [4] 10 years to the day before the attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, and 50 years to the day after construction on the Pentagon began, coincidentally — if you believe in that kind of thing. [5]

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Nowadays it's being used so regularly and so brazenly that one has to question the sanity of people who still refuse to believe that an unprecedented global system of control - or new world order — has been planned for us all.

An obvious question that springs to the mind of a concerned human being is what are the potential difference between systems of control in the 21st century and systems of control in previous centuries? One obvious difference is the technology that is available to the controllers, which is obviously far superior today, not that the technological capabilities of previous centuries wasn't sufficient to facilitate the most heinous crimes. It might surprise some to hear that in the 20th century there were 262 million cases of what professor R.J. Rummel of the University of Hawaii calls "democide" i.e. the killing of people by their own government. The countries that carried out these killings had widely different cultures, languages and geography, but Rummel found that they all shared one common feature; excessive government power. [6] Incidentally, as I write this article we are just weeks away from the 2009 United Nations conference on climate change (formerly known as global warming, until the weather stopped toeing the line) — a massive scam admitted by a think-tank called the Club of Rome to have been their own invention. [7] The treaty, to be signed in Copenhagen, would apparently create a world government. [8] Can you envisage a world government giving itself power that is anything other than excessive?

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One company commands more than a passing mention in any discussion of technology as a means to control people (and infinitely worse), namely International Business Machines Corporation, or IBM. Their Hollerith punch card enabled a quick and easy large-scale information collection process. Individuals could be associated with cross-tabulated information about their background, profession, religion, membership of organisations etc., basically anything for which data could be collected. Any information could be stored in the holes that were punched into rows and columns by an IBM punch card system. Then the card passed through a reader which detected the hole, read it and found the information encoded therein. [9]

This could be done at the rate of 64,000 cards/hour, thereby identifying and locating people who fell into one or more specific categories, whatever they may be, and this information could be used in whatever way the authorities saw fit. Adolph Hitler — who also belongs in the NWO club, having stated that "national socialism will use its own revolution for the establishing of a new world order" — saw fit to use it to facilitate the task of rounding up and killing people by the million, for example. Thanks to the constantly updated Hollerith systems, Hitler was able to automate his persecution of the Jews.

IBM technology was used to organize nearly everything in Germany and then Nazi Europe, from the identification of the Jews in censuses, registrations, and ancestral tracing programmes to the running of railway lines and the organization of concentration camp slave labour. [10] Does that make anyone want to be "an IBM-er"?

Chipping Away At Our Freedom

Today IBM is closely associated with Verichip Corporation, the implantable microchip company, [9] as well as the dream of a global "smart system" of total and constant surveillance of everything and everybody, cunningly marketed as harmless uber-efficiency, as one would expect. [11] In reality, what little remains of our freedom is under threat. For the good of humanity this process must not only be stopped, it must be reversed — before it's too late.

The right to privacy for example — and everything that goes with it — is slowly disappearing down the memory-hole, aided by the social conditioning provided by incomprehensibly popular "reality" TV shows in which fame-hungry members of the public and/or ailing "celebrities" are continuously filmed being pointless in exchange for their 15 minutes of synthetic fame. Mockery disguised as irony dictates that the biggest of them all is called Big Brother. What else?

Interestingly, the contest-ants on the Spanish version of Big Brother were called on to promote the introduction of the VIP Verichip at the Barcelona Baja Beach Club in March 2004. [12] The idea is that once you agree to have a microchip implanted in your arm you can access the VIP area, and never again will you be dragged down to the level of having to deal with the monstrous inconvenience of carrying money around. People, nay VIPs, can choose to pay for their drinks with implanted microchips instead. Presumably this opportunity is available to everyone, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond. [13]

There is another Baja Beach Club in Rotterdam, Holland playing the same fiddle. Managing director Jo Van Galen sees no problem at all. He believes that in 20 years' time it will be normal to be chipped at birth. [14] The owner of the Baja Beach Club, Conrad Chase, allegedly worked for the National Security Agency for years [15], but that little snippet doesn't seem to make it into the promotional TV specials shown on the other BBC, and on the National Geographic channel. [14]

It seems that many people are more interested in the latest gadget or fashion accessory than their rights and their freedom. Too many simply don't care about rights, as long as they can be left alone to get on with their lives. But therein lies the problem. The vision of the architects of the new world order doesn't involve leaving us alone to get on with our lives. It's clearly about dictating to us what is no longer permissible, how we will be allowed to live our lives, and eventually, whether we will be allowed to live our lives. [16]

The right to walk around without a microchip implant seems pretty safe right now, but would that still be the case if people without implants somehow came to be in the minority, or if the infrastructure of the entire planet was based on the assumption that people do have an implant? Indeed, that seems to be how Kevin Haggerty, writing for the Toronto Sun sees it. In an article released in December of 2006 Haggerty explained how he believes the microchipping agenda will unfold, predicting a number of interesting scenarios, one of which was that "having a chip will be a precondition for engaging in the main dynamics of modern life, such as shopping, voting, and driving." [17] It appears that it would be prudent to demand the introduction of preventative legislation, worldwide, to avoid ever being legally obliged to accept a microchip implant.

Time Is On My Side, Yes It Is

Verichip Corporation has been known to be less than honest in its relatively short history [9, 18] but CEO Scott Silverman dabbled in a bit of truth in the following exchange from an appearance on NBC news:

News anchor Lester Holt: "You hear the sound of the background, people saying 'Big Brother, too much information, a little scary.' How do you respond to that?"

Scott Silverman: "Well you know it's interesting, I used to get that question a lot two years ago. Today, we've gotten it a lot less. In fact, the Attorney General of Mexico and some of his staff have received this chip for security purposes. And when the acceptance rate of the product goes up significantly like it has, some of the privacy concerns go down.

But to answer your question directly Lester, what most people are concerned with is the invasiveness of this; that it goes in your body. And as we know with pacemakers and other medical devices, that when people accept it for its applications and for its ability is when it'll work it's way into society. It won't be tomorrow, it won't be next week. But two, three, five years from now slowly but surely it'll work its way into the mainstream." [19]

In this fine-tuned performance Silverman was talking about gradualism. He was revealing a strategy of long-term thinking based upon achieving the gradual normalisation of what at first appears, correctly, to be a diabolical attempt to reduce each and every human being to a vessel for the Verichip, to be used in conjunction with an anti-human global "smart system" of Nazi war crime facilitators, IBM. The bad news is that the process of "slowly but surely working its way into the mainstream" took a big step recently, as the implantable chips were marketed as a one-size-fits-all solution to a hypothetical problem involving some sort of inability to access medical information sans implant. [20]

Meanwhile, on the other side of the Pond there's professor Kevin Warwick of ReadingUniversity in England. Warwick often appears on TV or in the newspapers promoting himself and his beloved microchip implants. [21] He even turns up on a Doctor Who DVD, promoting the idea of a world inhabited by cyborgs [22] — an interesting avenue of self-promotion given the evil nature of the Doctor Who baddies known as the Cybermen.

Longing to be perceived as a courageous pioneer of biblical importance, Warwick seems dangerously keen on using his own work with microchip implants as a stepping stone to a national, nay international, chipping programme. Indeed, in 2002 electronics expert Bernard Albrecht felt compelled to report Warwick to the General Medical Council, the local social services and the police [23], arguing that there was a possible case for assault in the event of an operation "without medical basis" being carried out on a child i.e. implanting a microchip. But such problems tend to disappear for those people whose work is in perfect alignment with pre-existing agendas of the "powers that be".

Warwick went on to appear in a Channel 4 documentary in the UK in April 2008, openly encouraging a frightened young mother to chip her children. [21] The young mother had been terrified by the unprecedented coverage of the search for poor little Madeleine McCann; which is still going on despite the fact that the sniffer dog Eddie, who had never given a 'false alert' in 200 previous outings according to his handler Martin Grime, detected the scent of a corpse in 10 places, suggesting that Madeleine died in the McCanns' Portuguese holiday apartment before the public had even heard her name. [24] The young mother's enthusiasm for professor Warwick's script was such that we were left with the impression that she might have kept her little girl locked up in a darkened room until she was 21 if a man with a suitably impressive job title had suggested it.

It was also noticeable that Warwick chose not to share with the little girl's mother the fact that microchip implants have been linked to tumours in research animals, but parents who want to know more about the potential risks that such implants would pose to their children, and themselves, can start at (Dr) Katherine Albrecht's websites. [25]

The Public Are Told What They Want

As we have already seen there is a disturbing move towards chipping the population, fronted largely by a couple of prominent mouthpieces, so far. In addition to this, there is an interesting interview with the late film-maker Aaron Russo, in which he discusses the friendship he once had with Nick Rockefeller of the banking dynasty. Among several astonishing revelations was the admission by Rockefeller, according to Russo, that the ultimate goal is "to get everybody in this world chipped with an RFID chip, and have all money be on those chips and everything on those chips. And if anybody wants to protest what we do or violate what we want, we just turn off their chip." [26]

So this appears to be where they want to take us, the question is how do they intend to take us there? The answer is simple; propaganda. There are various different kinds of propaganda coming at us from all angles, in movies, in TV shows, in the adverts between the TV shows, in books and magazines, in music, in fashion — basically, in every corner of what Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon once referred to as the "culture creation industry". [27]

Propaganda is not necessarily about lying to people — though clearly that does happen — but it is about manipulating people, both individually and on a societal level, so as to influence their beliefs and ultimately their behaviour, towards the desired outcome. Today this science is beyond the level of past masters like Pavlov and Skinner, and we are indeed manipulated with scientific precision. When considering the scale of this particular beast, one wonders what a world without propaganda would be like. But that's a different article, and a vastly different world.

Edward Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud, was a giant amongst propagandists. This is a man who, for example, helped the American Tobacco Corporation turn the existing social norms of the 1920s upside-down by tempting women to believe that smoking cigarettes was a sign of their independence and their move away from being dominated inferiors. [28] He informed the press that some women's rights marchers would be lighting "torches of freedom", having paid some models to march in the New York City parade and light up in front of the photographers. The April 1st 1929 edition of the New York Times carried the headline "Group of Girls Puff at Cigarettes as a Gesture of 'Freedom'". [29] Such collusion between different arms of the Ministry of Propaganda helped to break the taboo against women smoking in public, and sales of cigarettes responded as expected.

In his 1928 book entitled simply Propaganda, Bernays wrote:

"The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government, which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are moulded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men that we have never heard of " we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons " who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires, which control the public mind, who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world." [30]

We're not talking about marketing cigarettes here, or getting people to buy a particular brand of washing powder. This is about persuading the public to accept the idea of sticking a microchip inside them, indefinitely. That is a huge task even for the Bernays and Co. of this generation. It would require long-term strategies. Minds would have to be prepared for that, well in advance.

Predictive programming

When it comes to such preparation of the mind, one important technique is to influence how people perceive the future, and thus what they expect from the future and how they will think and behave in that future. It's called predictive programming.

Basically, a fictional story set in the future (or perhaps in a galaxy far, far away) incorporates ideas and/or technologies that are actually planned to take place in reality — by the people who plan these things — so that in real life when these events are close to transpiring, it all seems familiar to the programmed audience. There is a feeling of inevitability that wouldn't have existed had it not been for the predictive programming, and people feel less inclined to object because it is designed to appear as a natural evolution, by the best perception builders that money can attract.

As Alan Watt of explains, effectively we are being farmed:

"First of all, they know where they want to grow in this field, the crop they want to grow, and how high, and how many. They first prepare the land. They cut the brush. They plough it. They harrow it. They do all the necessary groundwork. Then they sow the seed and watch it grow, and cultivate it.

Well that's what they do with your mind, in preparation for every major event that will happen in your life. You'll see it all through movies, especially in this day and age. In the 20th century it was primarily novels, stage plays and music halls etc. but today it's in everybody's TV. They programme it right into you for entertainment, and then you see it happening in your life and you think "I guess that's OK. It's sort of natural, isn't it," and you don't think any more beyond that. Where did the idea come from in the first place? It's marketed to you through entertainment, and that's the prime for reason for entertainment." [31]

This technique of predictive programming is being used to condition us to accept the idea of microchip implants as inevitable, even desirable, and it has been going on for decades. The chances are that some of the readers of this article will have been blissfully unaware of this technique until now. I was certainly unaware of it myself until I happened to stumble upon somebody who knew about it and wanted to pass it on, and hopefully, that's what will happen to some of the friends and/or associates of the readers of this article.

There are many examples of predictive programming for the microchip implant agenda, some more subtle than others. If you watch movies like I do, you will almost certainly have been exposed to some of them yourself. Here are a few of them:

  • The opening scene of Logan's Run (1976) shows a newborn baby with a crystal implant in the palm of his hand. What was it that the managing director of the Baja Beach Club in Rotterdam said again? [14]

Later in the movie the implant begins to flash when somebody reaches the age of 30, when it is time for their "renewal".

Incidentally, a re-make of this movie is currently scheduled for release in 2012.

  • In Fortress (1992), each prisoner has an "intestinator" implanted; a device designed to inflict severe pain or death for any violation of the prison rules.

An article from May 18th, 2009 carrying the headline "Saudi 'Killer Chip' Implant Would Track, Eliminate Undesirables" suggests that the intestinator is here. [32]

  • In Demolition Man (1993) every citizen has a microchip implant, including the freshly thawed John Spartan (Sylvester Stallone) who has been frozen and re-programmed in a cryogenic prison. [33] "San Angeles" 2032 is an ordered society in which everything that has been categorised as bad for you e.g. salt, smoking cigarettes has been criminalized.

There are also various references to Huxley's Brave New World in this movie.

  • In the first Star Wars prequel, The Phantom Menace (1999), a young Anakin Skywalker mentions the fact that every slave has a transmitter implanted inside them, which explodes if he/she tries to escape. [34]

Given that Star Wars is one of the most popular movies ever made, and that The Phantom Menace was released 16 years after the third instalment, Return of the Jedi, this might well have been the most eagerly anticipated movie in the history of cinema. The words of a young Darth Vader must have seeped into the subconscious minds of millions upon millions of persons. [34]

  • The first line of Kevin Haggerty's Toronto Star article from December 10th 2006 reads "By the time my four-year-old son is swathed in the soft flesh of old age, he will likely find it unremarkable that he and almost everyone he knows will be permanently implanted with a microchip." [17] So the technique of predictive programming is certainly not confined to the TV and movie industries.
  • In BBC drama The Last Enemy (2008), the British Home Secretary reveals her own microchip implant and announces that "its content and function can be adapted to suit my needs. It can be my credit card, it can be door key, my car keys — I'll never lose them again. Eventually it will become universal. Starting at school age, a tag for life." [35]

Another notable sound bite is the assertion that the microchip implant will "give back to the honest ordinary citizen, freedom of movement." i.e. this particular freedom had previously been taken away.

There have been numerous other examples of conditioning the public to accept the idea of microchip implants and we can expect many more as the propaganda machine goes into overdrive in the very near future. Here are a few examples for which a future setting was not deemed necessary:

  • In animated comedy South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999) Eric Cartman has a "V-chip" — how did they come up with that name? — implanted in his head as a behaviour modification device. The chip gives him a painful electric shock whenever he swears.

The V-chip, thanks to some sort of malfunction, ultimately enables Cartman to save the world from Saddam Hussein, and Satan.

  • In Mission: Impossible 2 (2000) a transponder chip is implanted into Nyah Nordoff-Hall (Thandie Newton) to track her location by satellite. The team is then able to use their computer to get a visual feed of Nyah via the satellite.
  • In The Bourne Identity (2002) Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) has an implant containing details of a Swiss bank account removed from his hip.
  • In A Beautiful Mind (2004) one of the hallucinations of John Nash (Russell Crowe) involves him being implanted with a radium diode which generates the access codes to his drop spots.
  • In CSI Miami (2004) — episode 305, Legal — a young girl is found dead. She is identified by the Verichip in her shoulder. [36] This is another blatant example of the collusion between different tentacles of the octopus; a TV programme providing free advertising for a veri sinister company that needs all the help it can get to ensure that its product can "slowly but surely work its way into the mainstream."
  • In The Manchurian Candidate (2005), Ben Marco (Denzel Washington) cuts a microchip implant out of his own back, and bites one out of the back of fellow mind control victim Raymond Prentiss Shaw (Liev Schreiber). There are also brain implants in this movie, but that's a different article.
  • In Casino Royale (2006) the great James Bond is chipped. "So you can keep an eye on me?" he asks. But of course Mr Bond. [37]

Having built up an enormous worldwide following over the last 47 years and 22 movies, James Bond was an obvious trump card for the invisible government [30] to play. The only surprise is that it took so long.

Millions of people of all shapes and sizes, young and old are crazy about James Bond, so to speak. And if being chipped is good enough for Mr shaken-not-stirred, then unfortunately it's probably good enough for many of his fans too.

  • Even the Oscar-winning sensation Slumdog Millionaire (2008) casually slipped in a reference to microchip implants, subtly associating them with an increase in intelligence, or at least an increased ability to answer questions in a general knowledge quiz i.e. by cheating.
  • In series 3 of Heroes (2009) — episode 14, "A Clear and Present Danger" — the Japanese character Hiro gives himself and his friend Ando a GPS implant [38] in case either of them is ever kidnapped. Coincidentally, Hiro was indeed kidnapped almost immediately.

There is another example that deserves a special mention because of its context and the implicit suggestion within the overall message:

In the opening scene of Conspiracy Theory (1997) taxi driver Jerry Fletcher (Mel Gibson) talks to his passengers about various conspiracies, which happens to include a mention of George H.W. Bush's famous New World Order speech. At one point he is talking to a lady with a dog about the chipping of pets for identification and tracking purposes. He goes on to make the point that "it's only a small logical step till they start putting it in us and our children. And then before we know it, my God. They'll probably come with the pretext "" It cuts to another conversation with a different passenger before that particular sentence is completed.

In the movie Fletcher is made out to be a kook in a number of ways; despite the fact that he is actually a victim of a (very real) CIA mind control programme called MK Ultra. [39] One of the most noticeable and obvious ways that the lead character is made to appear kooky is by the title of the movie itself — a label repeatedly used by the media to describe any hypothesis which contradicts the authorized version of events, whether or not the authorized version has been proven to be false, and whether or not the alternative hypothesis is based on verifiable facts. This kind of manipulative propaganda technique betrays the actual purpose of the media.

The term "conspiracy theorist" is also used by the professional shills, often as a synonym for someone who is either hopelessly naΓ―ve or mentally ill, or both, as though at some point in the recent past organized large-scale conspiracies suddenly and inexplicably became impossible. Of course, the term "conspiracy theory" is never used to describe one of the government's own conspiracy theories — reported to us by the dominant propaganda arm of the "invisible government"; the mainstream media — because that would negate the general public perception that has been put in place over the last few decades, largely since November 22nd, 1963 i.e. that a conspiracy theory is wrong because it was not reported by the mainstream media, as opposed to a rejection based on any kind of analysis of the information presented. If this general perception was not sufficiently in place, then president George W. Bush may not have been able to get away with the following noticeably ambiguous statement addressed to the United Nations on November 10th, 2001:

"Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of September the 11th; malicious lies that attempt to shift the blame away from the terrorists, themselves, away from the guilty." [40]

Bush Junior's address came just 5 days after the murder of American writer and shortwave radio host William Cooper, who happened to have predicted a major terrorist attack on America that would be blamed on Osama Bin Laden [41]. In Cooper's 9/11 broadcast after the fall of the TwinTowers he also asserted that the steel-reinforced concrete towers were "hard targets" and as such they could only have come down by charges placed on the main structural members of the building i.e. in a controlled demolition. [42] Obviously this contradicted the conspiracy theory put forward by the invisible government [30] via the mainstream media.

Interestingly, Cooper's book Behold a Pale Horse contained a photocopy of an article from August 1st, 1989 which stated that "Coded microchips implanted in every person in the country would tie all of us into a master computer that could track anyone down at any moment, and plans for such a system are already under way whether you like it or not!" [43] One more to add to the list.

What happens next?

The list of examples of mind-farming given above is not exhaustive. It doesn't include the various TV news items for example, which are essentially advertisements disguised as pseudo-debate on behalf of the viewer/consumer. But there are enough to make the point. We are being propagandised to participate in a diabolical agenda of which to say does not have our best interests at heart would be the understatement of the millennium, even at this early stage.

We can expect more of the same from an increasing number of sources, as the invisible government attempts to persuade us that being chipped is first desirable, and then "normal". This would also increasingly imply that not to be chipped is to be abnormal, which can engineer a feeling that is unbearable to many people.

We have already seen a globally recognised hero in James Bond being chipped. [37] It is only a matter of time until the non-fictional world of celebrity — if such a thing exists — gets involved. One endorsement from a David Beckham or a Beyonce' and/or any of the other mega-prostitutes and "useful idiots" [44] out there, and being chipped will suddenly become cool, or perhaps doubleplusgood.

The power of celebrity nowadays is such that people imitate the stars they have chosen to follow. Some fans of celebrities will dress like them, cut their hair like them, talk like them, even behave like them — or perhaps more accurately, those fans behave like the contrived persona whom his/her celebrity of choice pretends to be whenever there is a camera around. It isn't difficult to predict that fans of certain celebrities could be nudged towards being chipped like them too. After all, there's no point in creating the collective insanity that is the cult of celebrity worship if you're not going to use the stars to spellbind their adoring public when called upon.

The more people are chipped, the more likely it is that the economic and technological infrastructure of the world will operate on the assumption that citizens are chipped. At the time of writing people can go to certain clubs and pay for things with an implanted chip, which is the first step. The obvious next step is simply a gradual increase in the number of places that accept this method of payment, and then we are potentially moving towards the troubling situation of only having the option of using an implanted chip to pay for goods and services. The introduction of a cashless society would clearly be another unwelcome milestone to look out for, and some recent articles from different countries suggest that it could well be on its way. [45]

Power to the People

We have all managed to land in a critical period in history, and our actions will affect the outcome. It is difficult to forget that we do actually all have power when we are constantly reminded that we have no say in the machinations of the New World Order, but we do. This agenda is not my agenda and it is not your agenda. In fact, almost everybody who could be affected by this agenda will never meet the people who are responsible for it, or even know their names. But to pull this agenda off, they need us to go along with it.

The successful implementation of the human microchipping agenda — like everything other aspect of our increasingly apparent enslavement — necessitates the acquiescence of the majority. The powers that be need the people to comply. And legally speaking, silence connotes consent. We must not be silent.

We have been handed the "bread and circuses" that surround us for the specific purpose of distracting us, and it works. We willingly give away our power, wasting our own energy being hypnotised by the TV, playing video games, watching sports, reading the latest bestseller, etc. voluntarily giving our time away to be numbed, and dumbed down. Imagine the effect of diverting just a fraction of a percent of the totality of that wasted energy, worldwide, into the fight for the freedom of all. It's not as if even the most die-hard football fan will claim that football is more important than being free.

Every one of us has an individual voice to claim back and to utilise. And when the people come together, united in a common cause, the collective voice becomes a roar and grows louder and louder. When that unified voice is loud enough it cannot and will not be ignored, and we the people become an unstoppable force.

We have the power to make that happen. We have the power to help people realise what's at stake here. We have the power to tap into the millions of man-hours that are wasted away every day of the year and to use it to fight for our freedom. We have the power to demand to be free. We must use our power.

As Mario Savio put it:

"There's a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart, that you can't take part. You can't even passively take part. You've got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus, and you've got to make it stop. And you've got to indicate to the people who run it, to the people who own it that unless you're free, the machine will be prevented from working at all." — Sproul Hall Steps, December 2, 1964 [46]

We have the power to say that we the people will not be chipped.


Written by matrixcutter79


1) Sean Hannity Dick Morris Conspiracy People were RIGHT -

2) gordon brown @g20 - "new world order is emerging" -

NWO - Nicolas Sarkozy's New World Order Speech -

Kissinger: Obama Will Create A New World Order -

3) September 11, 1990 'Toward a New World Order' -

4) New World Order - September 11, 1991 -


6), cited in Albrecht, Katherine and McIntyre, Liz, Spychips: How Major Corporations And Government Plan To Track Your Every Purchase And Watch Your Every Move, pp 212-3

7) King, Alexander and Schneider, Bertrand, The First Global Revolution, p 85

"In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we suggested that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. In their totality and in their interactions, these phenomena constitute a common threat which demands the solidarity of all peoples. But in designating them as the enemy, we fall into the trap about which we have already warned, namely mistaking symptoms for causes. All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself."

See also May 30, 2007 Alan Watt Blurb (i.e. Educational Talk)

Crisis Creation by the Club of Rome - Clubbing Us to Death - mp3 - transcript

8) Is Obama Poised to Cede US Sovereignty? -, 4-minute excerpt from a presentation given by Lord Christopher Monckton on October 14, 2009.

Full presentation -

See also FOX News' standard attempt to "FOX the facts" - Glenn Beck Clips 10-30-09 (5-Part) SPECIAL: Lord Monckton & John Bolton on Climate Treaty:

9) One Mainframe To Rule Them All

IBM & Verichip - The Human Microchipping Agenda - (Part 1 of 5) - (Part 2 of 5) - (Part 3 of 5) - (Part 4 of 5) - (Part 5 of 5)

10) Edwin Black - IBM and the Holocaust.

11) IBM Ad 1 - Creating A Global Surveillance State - 

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