Most people think that microchip technology is a fairly new technological advance. However, in researching this field, one will note that though the implants were larger, there has been indisputable use of the technology since the 50's and 60's of the last century. Let me share the short list of those who have been active in promoting and using chipping as a tool and especially in the forefront of mind control:
Jose Delgado a neuroscientist whose claim to fame was being able to use radio waves as a tool to control behavior. His most notable work was recorded on video as he successfully kept a bull bent on goring him in a bullfighting ring from physical contact of any kind simply by a turn of a knob on his machine which he held in his hand. Delgado wired a bull with the 'stimoceiver' a miniature depth electrode which can receive and transmit electronic signals over FM radio waves. Delgado's PHYSICAL CONTROL OF THE MIND: TOWARD A PSYCHOCIVILISED SOCIETY is a published work which has long been used in the psychiatric field as a journal of pioneering work in the field of electro-stimulation of the brain.
Robert G. Heath, of Tulane University, implanted as many as 125 electrodes in his subjects, achieved his greatest notoriety by attempting to "cure" homosexuality through ESB (Electrical Stimulation of the Brain). In his experiments, he discovered that he could control his patients' memory, (a feat which may account for the phenomenon of "missing time"); he could also induce sexual arousal, fear, pleasure, and hallucinations.
Ralph and Robert Schwitzgebel have produced devices for tracking individuals over long ranges; they may be considered the creators of the "electronic house arrest" devices. Schwitzgebel devices could be used for tracking all the physical and neurological signs of a "patient" within a quarter of a mile.
Bryan Robinson, of the Yerkes Primate Laboratory has conducted fascinating simian research on the use of remote ESB in a social context. He could cause primate mothers to ignore their offspring, despite the babies' cries. He could turn submission into dominance, and vice-versa.
Joseph A. Meyer, of the National Security Agency has proposed implanting roughly half of all Americans arrested - not necessarily convicted - of any crime; the numbers of "subscribers" (his euphemism) would run into the tens of millions. "Subscribers" could be monitored continually by computer wherever they went. Meyer, who has carefully worked out the economics of his mass-implantation system, asserts that taxpayer liability should be reduced by forcing subscribers to "rent" the implant from the State. Implants are cheaper and more efficient than police.
Daniel Man a Florida doctor proposed a solution to the "missing children problem," by suggesting a program wherein America's youngsters would be implanted with tiny transmitters in order to track the children continuously. Man brags that the operation can be done right in the office - and would take less than 20 minutes.
Scott Silverman, CEO of Applied Digital (Verichip Corp.) He started out catering to pet owners with a readable chip injected under the animal's skin which would be connected to a 16 digit number that was connected to a computer database which would serve as an identifier if the pet were lost. From there he quickly petitioned the Pentagon for a contract to use RFID chips on parts and military supplies, not the least of which were, you guessed it...the troops themselves.
Mr. Silverman has been successful in so far chipping the dead after the Hurricane Katrina tragedy, chipping doctors and their patients, chipping Alzheimer patients and in international contracts, the beginnings of microchipped and dare I say, micromanaged society.
Sugar-coated via Scott Silverman as a simple answer to security and safety concerns, those that study the historical proofs will see human implantation as the nemesis of free thought and the right to live and travel independantly.
It is up to us at this very moment in time to protest human implantation now and forever.... locally and internationally. What begins abroad will eventually turn up in our own backyards. This technology has never been proven to be safe, it has not been proven to be exempt from outside interference and manipulation, if anything, research proves just the opposite.
A movement must begin to solidfy those against human implantable chips so that we as a wall can stand in unity against this many-tentacled beast. We can only be as successful as we are strong. Strong in numbers, strong in spirit and strong in our cause to protect each other and ourselves.
We the people will not be chipped!