(Washington Star-News) People have had no shortage of words when they read the PCMD Gazette article titled: All Americans Will Receive A Microchip Implant In 2017 Per Obamacare last year, and RIGHTFULLY SO!
Even though that provision may have originally been stripped from the bill 1) No one will argue RFID is catching on quick in government circles; and 2) It appears to be making a healthcare comeback!
NBC news predicted that in 2017, all of America will be tagged with microchips. They will be implanted to help identify individuals immediately. According to the report, the technology is used to answer one question, “Am I who I say I am?”
If you take the RFID Microchip they can TRACK your every move, Control your MONEY, Control your FOOD and possible even KILL you if you don’t obey!
A number of states like Virginia, have passed “stop the mark of the beast legislation” in an effort to stop this.
Remember, they do things over time to condition the population into think this is normal. Please understand, you are just a number to the government. A RFID Chip is the governments means to control you for the rest of your life.
The HR 3962 Bill is an exact copy of the HR 3200 bill in the acceptance of just a few word removed concerning the RFID Microchip but the ability to Chip Every Citizen of the United States is still in the bill.
The RFID Microchip Agenda has been in the works for some time now and most websites who claim they have done the research for you have been paid off or threatened by the government. There are also numerous ‘sources’ that state the Obamacare implant is a hoax.
The Affordable Care Act (the official name for ObamaCare) contains no wording about either a mandatory RFID chip implant or data collection from one. In an older version of the ACA law, the law does discuss data collection from class II devices for postmarket safety and outcomes data, which was not passed, this is where many of the sources saying the Obamacare chip is a hoax is defended by those that claim it could never happen. However, the final version of the ACA does include sections that allow for different types of electronic data collection. It does include ways to transfer medical records between physicians, guidelines on the collection of non-medical data for quality control, new standards for codification, and more.
- RFID chips are real, and there is more than a decade’s worth of legislation pertaining to their use.
- Georgia, California, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Virginia have all passed legislation that prevents mandatory RFID implantation.
- It’s also worth noting that RFID implants have already become a reality and is something that we, as a nation, need to discuss.
All of the above being said, implanting microchips isn’t something ObamaCare specifically mandates. ObamaCare is a law that anyone can pick up and read. And the law clearly discusses data collection in general, the vagueness of the specifics how electronic data will be collected and how the law was written leaves opportunity for Americans to be forced to have the chips implanted against their will. Kind of the way the whole Affordable Health Care Act was forced on American citizens in the first place.