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PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2013 11:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great site on this topic - truly excellent and wonderful
http://rfidinschools.com/

West Cheshire College. Nothing to hide? Then nothing to fear, surely?
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http://rfidinschools.com/2013/08/09/west-cheshire-college-nothing-to-h ide-then-nothing-to-fear/

Well, it had to happen at some point. West Cheshire College have joined the RFID Journal and Zebra Technologies in the need to erase evidence of their part in tracking children, using a real time location system, at West Cheshire College with active RFID for 3 years since 2010.

West Cheshire College contacted Youtube about ‘copyright infringement’ on the video posted on our channel detailing their RFID tagging of students. Presumably any copyright infringement is on images of the college not the content of RFID tagging the kids, as the college never claims to have ‘accepted‘ the technology stating they were only trialing tracking students (for whom?) with RFID that they used for 3 years.

Does West Cheshire College’s intervention in yet more removal of evidence from the internet of RFID tagging children at the college fan the fire of an attempted cover up? Along with the of removal of press releases, articles and video by the RFID Journal and Zebra Technologies on the same topic, I’m not quite sure what else it does suggest really.

GUEST PIPPA "BIOMETRICS IN SCHOOLS" THE UN-PENNED SHOW MARCH 26TH 2013

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Biometrics & NATO 433MHz RFID in Schools - Pippa King, August 2013 - Verichip

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KJYOTew6jY
Student locators using ex-military 433MHz?
http://rfidinschools.com/2013/03/29/student-locators-using-ex-military -433mhz/
March 29, 2013
433MHz is the most used frequency on earth and is also the radio frequency used in John Jay High School, Texas, USA to track students on their premises. The RFID tags worn emit a pulsed constant frequency and cannot be turned off by the students so effectively broadcast the student/tags whereabouts 24-7. The tag works as an antenna and sensors around the school pick up the RFID (antenna) frequencies -- this is an active RFID tag. In fact sensors anywhere can pick up a tag's radio frequencies.
433Mhz is ex-military -- Savi, a company owned by Lockheed Martin, developed the 433MHz RFID technology (ISO18000-7 ratified in 2006) and have supplied homeland-security and port-related RFID security to the US military during the past decade. According to the RFID Journal, "Savi RFID tags track assets in shipments throughout the world. Its customers include the U.S. government, as well as NATO and other civil and defense agencies". Savi "has been the primary provider of active RFID solutions for the Department Of Defense, particularly in the agency's In-Transit Visibility network, which monitors the movements of containers and products through the supply chain by means of 433 MHz active RFID tags, readers and software." and according to Mark Lieberman, the Automatic-Identification Technology (AIT) Program Manager at the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), "There was a time when Savi was the sole supplier of tags and infrastructure end items to DOD [Department of Defense]."
In January 2009 the US Department of Defense announced a $429 million RFID contract for DASH7 (ISO18000-7) devices, which was awarded to several companies. From DASH7 Alliance wiki "It was agreed that current self-certification of interoperability was insufficient [between the companies awarded the contract] and that a more formalized process for determining conformance with the ISO 18000-7 standard and interoperability across vendors was needed" -- so Savi initialized the first meeting of DASH7 members in February 2009. The DASH7 Alliance now has over 50 members including 7 universities and "offers such interoperability to standards bodies, Industry associations and related government entities in order to accelerate adoption and advance integration for the benefit of society." Benefiting society, of course... this technology did not benefit Andrea Hernandez when she chose not to use it and be tracked by a 433 RFID tag in school. 433MHz occupies the ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) radio band, reserved internationally generally for unlicensed use, therefore free to use. With this, 433 frequency now finds itself firmly embedded in public domestic society.
Is it wrong to say 433MHz is ex-military? 'Ex' implying no longer used. It is probably more accurate to say 433 is from the military. There are presumably military sensors all around the US for their In-Transit Visibility Network and the same frequency is used increasingly for schools student location, credit cards, agricultural, biomedical, door (garage) openers and wireless alarm systems to name a few.
The features of 433MHz can be up to "range of up to 2 km, indoor location with 1 meter accuracy,". Whether or not key fobs and student locator RFID have this 2 km range or that student RFID tags are being tracked by government sensors across the country, we need to bear in mind that this technology is invisible and a constant, subconscious interaction with wireless technology is happening when we use it.
The age of ubiquitous technologies is upon us.
When we have an item that 'magically' interacts with other pieces of technology maybe we need to start asking what it is we carry -- and hopefully trust that we are being given the right answer.
http://rfidinschools.com/2013/03/29/student-locators-using-ex-military -433mhz/

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Here's the link to download the video from the RFID'd up Cheshire school test -

https://www.dropbox.com/s/hu3iosq2ftlf1l9/UWB%20RFID%20in%20West%20Che shire%20College.wmv

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Why you Need RFID Protection and How to Know if a Credit Card Has an RFID Chip in it
http://www.rfidworld.ca/why-you-need-rfid-protection-and-how-to-know-i f-a-credit-card-has-an-rfid-chip-in-it/1722

RFID chips in consumer Credit Cards

There are different ways people can tell if their credit or debit cards contain RFID chips and why RFID chips pose a threat to their financial security. 4 different ways are to:
1. Look on your card for a PayPass logo or “waves.”

2. Test out your card at a PayPass reader to see if it works.

3. Search online by typing in your credit card company name with the word “RFID.” See what is being said.

4. Contact your credit card company and ask if your card type includes an RFID chip.

So what’s all the concern with these RFID chips? The ease in which a thief could gather all your credit card information using a homemade reader is scary! To add to the concern, you could still have possession of your credit card and not even know your card information has been stolen. More details can be found here at HuMn’s blog. The blog says that there are about 200 million cards currently in circulation that have RFID chips installed in them.

RFID chips were developed for convenience, the site says. They are installed in ID cards to get employees into secure parts of a building, or into a secured parking garage. Car doors and remote locking systems even utilize RFID technology. HuMn experts also say that when you attach your financial information to this type of convenience, trouble follows closely.

For approximately $100 an RFID scanner can be purchased online. Various experts have identified that thieves can pass by you, and using their RFID scanner can steal your credit card information and use it themselves without you even knowing it has been stolen.

Since your financial security is important and many fear the thought of compromising their details, HuMn says they created a wallet with technology that provides RFID protection.

Aluminum is a material that provides such protection, and most of the HuMn wallets are created with aluminum plates. The carbon fiber plates which are also in the HuMn wallet inventory, are custom-made with aluminum mesh to ensure that they are RFID secure as well. There are two different size options for people wanting a HuMn wallet; the larger Human Wallet 2 (HW2) and the HuMn Mini.

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Lots of talk about this pulled article online
here's the original


BBC RFID Propaganda Alert: Why I want a microchip implant
http://beforeitsnews.com/conspiracy-theories/2014/02/bbc-rfid-propagan da-alert-why-i-want-a-microchip-implant-2459634.html
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 21:01

My goal was to bury the chip under my skin, so that the machine barriers at the entrance to the Underground would fly open with a wave of my hand, as if I was some kind of technological wizard. But although I had the chip and an ex-Royal Marines medic willing to do the surgery, I failed to get my hands on the high-grade silicone I’d need to coat the chip to prevent my body reacting against it. Since then, people have used thetechnique I helped popularise to put liberated Oyster chips in bracelets, rings, magic wands, even fruit, but the prize for first London transport cyborg is still up for grabs.

The person who does will find themselves inducted into the community of “grinders” – hobbyists who modify their own body with technological improvements. Just as you might find petrol heads poring over an engine, or hackers tinkering away at software code, grinders dream up ways to tweak their own bodies. One of the most popular upgrades is to implant a microchip under the skin, usually in the soft webbing between the thumb and forefinger.

Many people now have chips implanted in the fleshy part between thumb and index finger. (Amal Graafstra/Dangerous Things)

Take Amal Graafstra, a self-described “adventure technologist” and founder of biohacking company Dangerous Things in Seattle, Washington. He is a double implantee – he has a microchip in each hand.

In his right hand is a re-writable chip, the same kind used in Oyster travel cards, which can be used to store small amounts of data. By pressing his hand to his phone, information can be downloaded from his body or uploaded into it. The left contains a simple identity number that can be scanned to unlock his front door, log into his computer or even start a motorbike (see video, below).

This month at the Transhuman Visions conference in San Francisco, Graafstra set up an “implantation station” offering attendees the chance to be chipped at $50 a time. Using a large needle designed for microchipping pets, Graafstra injected a glass-coated RFID tag the size of a rice grain into each volunteer. By the end of the day Graafstra had created 15 new cyborgs.
For other people, though, the idea of implanting themselves with microchips may conjure up spectres of surveillance and totalitarian control. “Every Hollywood movie has told them that implants are for tracking people,” says Graafsta. “People don’t get that it’s the same exact technology as the card in your wallet. When someone uses a credit card, wireless or not, they are tracked because several other corporations know who they are, when they purchased, how much they spent, and where they spent it.”

Yet if that’s true, what’s the point of implanting it? Graafstra and his fellow cyborgs could just as easily use a chip inside plastic wallet to store data, and a key to open his front door or start a motorbike. “Yes, basically you’ve taken an RFID access card normally stored in a pants pocket and moved it to a skin pocket,” admits Graafstra. Still, there are some advantages: one benefit is that you’ll never lose the chip, and it makes physical theft impossible – at least unless a thief is prepared for some gruesome surgery.

Graafsta also points out that embedding the chip under the skin reduces the distance that it can be read with a scanner, making it more secure. When it’s in your arm or hand, there’s less chance someone can surreptitiously scan your details, by sweeping a card reader nearby.

Sub-skin capsule with chip that can be read by scanners (Amal Graafstra/Dangerous Things)

Ultimately, implanted microchips offer a way to make your physical body machine-readable. Currently, there is no single standard of communicating with the machines that underpin society – from building access panels to ATMs – but an endless diversity of identification systems: magnetic strips, passwords, PIN numbers, security questions, and dongles. All of these are attempts to bridge the divide between your digital and physical identity, and if you forget or lose them, you are suddenly cut off from your bank account, your gym, your ride home, your proof of ID, and more. An implanted chip, by contrast, could act as our universal identity token for navigating the machine-regulated world.

Yet to work, such a chip would need to be truly universal and account for potential obsolescence. My own flirtation with implanted technology came to an end when I moved away from London, making an Oyster-equipped hand pointless. Even with a return to London on the cards, I’m thinking twice about returning to my project, since Oyster cards are being phased out.

Such a development may actually be a cause for optimism for implant enthusiasts, however, because instead of Oyster cards, London’s transport authority is allowing people to ride the subways and buses using bank cards. It marks the beginnings of a slow move toward a world where everything will be accessed from a single RFID microchip. If that day comes, I can’t think of a safer place to keep it than inside my own body.

http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20140209-why-i-want-a-microchip-implan t

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 11, 2014 10:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

finally put pen to paper on this thorny subject

Technological dystopia looming, dooming the West
http://rt.com/op-edge/179428-western-technology-potential-slavery/

This latest Russian 'sanctions tilt' toward nuclear confrontation comes alongside a quiet and apparently unconnected launch of a global digital ID system through the City of London’s slick mouthpiece magazine, The Economist.

Under the innocuous sounding headline ‘Estonia Takes The Plunge’ we're told by a characteristically unidentified writer that, ‘Some good ideas never take off because too few people embrace them’. There are never enough cowering serfs for these City types! Your digital identity is 'a privilege, not a right’, The Economist explains in this barrow-boy's sales pitch.

What the Economist’s secret author is not telling us is that the only real threat to our identity is the National Security Agency (NSA) and GCHQ’s voracious appetite for cracking every secure connection and collecting our every keystroke known to man, particularly our passwords. They claim everyone is a threat to national security before accelerating into a quick skid back and forth through the chicane of hacking and data protection law.

This is where we re-examine the one-word reason why our forefathers bothered writing laws in the first place to force “securocrats” to go before a judge every time they want to put anyone under surveillance: Gestapo. Nazi ID cards and occupied Europe's universal surveillance system, operated in collaboration with the US IBM Corporation, has been documented by Edwin Black in his 2001 book 'IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America's Most Powerful Corporation'. Our senior spooks may never have heard of, let alone read Edwin’s mighty tome, but I suspect it's more that they don't really want to know.

The production line rolls in Huxley’s Brave New World

In a 1962 speech at the University of California Berkley called ‘The Ultimate Revolution’ fellow of the Royal Society for Literature and ‘Brave New World’ author Aldous Huxley warmly contested George Orwell’s dystopian 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' warning about a future tyranny only in that he believed it would be more subtle than Orwell’s prediction. Huxley explained that, rather than guns and torture being used to control populations a kind of self-limitation or ‘internal coercion’ was more likely, set in a propagandized world that stifled the culture and politics of dissent. Whilst Huxley imagined the use of drugs to mollify popular opposition it was clear to him that many methods might be used in coercing mass populations to toe the line.

US Naval Intelligence veteran William Cooper, who predicted Bin Laden's role in the 9/11 attacks on his radio show in July 2001 and was the shot dead by FBI officers that November echoed Huxley. He believed the invulnerable elite were striving to bring in, 'A system of eternal, oppressive debt,' where people would be, 'chained to a computer for the rest of their lives, in a propagandized world to make them think that they are happy in this system.'

Following the premise that those that want to herd mass populations around need to treat people like animals, they're the sort of people who seek out mankind's most deep rooted fears and go to work on them. What about the fear of eviction for starters? You can concentrate anyone's mind by threatening to throw them out of their home. The threat of removing access to food, water or heat is another good one.

The power elite know that the more you threaten to deprive people of their basic human needs, set out conveniently by psychologists in Maslow's hierarchy, the better they behave themselves. Any psychologist will tell you the best way to stoke those fears are by turning off the supply of cash, or even just threatening to. That's why they have always seen banking as the key to social engineering, shackling vast populations unconsciously with 'internal coercion' and the crazy dream of armies of placid, socially engineered citizens that go with it.

It sounds wrong because it's evil and no amount of spin will make it right. These techniques are being used today across the loan sharks' 'austerity blighted' Western world and just so happen to be a direct assault on all the basic human rights set out post-Hitler in the UN Charter.

If technology is to be used to control populations it must be sold to us as pure progress with any downside or moral questions ignored. Twice over the last week we’ve seen exactly that, firstly with the British government attempting to smuggle in a new technique for Genetically Modified (GM) designer babies, with DNA from three parents. No mention in the Department of Health's 'mitochondrial donation' proposals of Britain and America’s shameful promotion of Francis Galton and 'master race' Eugenics in the 1930s.

Secondly driverless cars are being licensed for the first time on British roads with the help of ten million pounds of public money and this is presented by Shell's former chief economist, now Business Secretary Vince Cable as a ‘breakthrough’. Enough to make a Luddite of anyone who dares imagine a driverless car breaking through one's windscreen in a head on collision, or breaking through a bus queue at 80 miles an hour? Who's going to jail for that inevitable first death, and all the rest?

Back in 1869 Irish scientist Mary Ward had the dubious honor of being the first person ever killed in a car crash and since then she's been followed by half a million or so more. The cultural straitjacket we are in through the ever greater drive to feed the whims of the rich, to new markets and new profits, is so tight today that the wisdom of new technologies is rarely, if ever questioned. Old Aldous Huxley would no doubt smile and say ‘I told you so’.

Then there is the modern use, by cardiac surgeons, of techniques to remotely induce heart abnormalities so they can watch how the healthy heart behaves while they interfere with its delicate electrical circuits. There seems no end to the craving for newer and greater technology at the expense of an increasingly marginalized and impoverished underclass that are left without life's essentials, who aren't fit enough, or with the impertinence to walk away from the race.

Beast Tech – the human microchip is ready to roll

Blogger and single mum from North Wales, Julie Beal, has probably done more than anyone in Britain, professionals included, to join the dots on The Economist's cuddly digital ID system which she calls 'Global Smart ID'. Using publicly available documents quoted in briefings on her website www.getmindsmart.com Julie may have identified the software and privatized providers which, coupled with the Verichips could roll out across the Western world. As well as a contactless payment system for the chip, networks of '433MHz compatible' RFID detectors already exist to track them around the NATO countries but are shrouded in military secrecy.

Digitizing our bank accounts from the old-fashioned cash and check book systems has also proceeded fast from the first introduction of ATM’s in the early 1970s which worked on magnetic strips, through credit and debit cards with signature authorization, through 'chip and pin' to the latest ‘contactless’ payment cards we are now only a hair’s breadth from payment by microchip implant. Are we being given any choice in any of this? Now the chip only has to move off the card, and under our skin.

Would you submit to the indignity of having a microchip implanted in your body? Well, some already have, seeing it as a trendy form of ID to access closed VIP areas and if it’s inside your body, great! It can’t be lost or stolen. Even under such coercion not everyone would accept the ID pay-chip. Society would surely start to formally divide into “tecnotronic” classes across the spectrum from loyalty to the soft-fascist tyranny right across to open rebellion against it.

The Mark of the Beast?

Science fiction, a dystopia along the lines of Orwell or Huxley? But as with so much Sci-Fi, like Isaac Asimov’s conundrum about machines becoming more powerful than man, when morals are dispensed with, there's nothing to stop these crazy dreams becoming reality. The technology, the Verichip, is already tried and tested, even if allegedly carcinogenic. The question for the elite, as society breaks down into these new classes from loyal SS-like slaves to dupes, secret rebels and outlaws will be how do we make the human slave chip cool? So everybody wants it?

The answer is an event that could happen any day. Since US President Richard Nixon took the dollar off the Gold standard in 1971 the world economy, as well as nations and individuals, has become ever more indebted. Disastrous 2008 bailouts have sealed the fate of many great nations into the iron grip of a criminal banking elite to whom they owe trillions upon trillions of unpayable debt.

A military exchange or major default may now be enough to bring the whole house of cards down, precipitating the greatest financial crash in history in a fraction of a second. It would be far worse than the 1929 crash because governments now do not have the reserves or lines of credit to do any Roosevelt style ‘New Deal’ and spend their way back into the growth. The “banksters”, to put it bluntly, have us by the short and curlies.

The chaos that would ensue from such a collapse in businesses, supply and confidence would see money stolen by banks and other criminals from individuals and from hacked accounts. The “unstealable chip” might then be considered a reasonable way out of the chaos. The Economist's sales patter would be sugar-coated of course but the bottom line would be simple, take the chip if you want to eat.

Something similar is described in Revelation 13, the Christian Bible’s final book written nearly 2000 years ago by Jesus’ close friend the apostle John on the Greek island of Patmos.

This so-called “beast technology” may not be just "science fiction” after all. It's an unhappy rumination that a modern human being, ensconced in today's banking cult, might be prepared to treat their fellow creatures like a herd of cattle but it will not have been the first time we have seen societies promote to key positions of power, practitioners of man’s inhumanity to man.

Though the technology, as well as the means of implementing it, is ready to go humanity may not be quite so stupid and pliable as the power elite seem to believe. They are going to have, to coin a phrase, one hell of a fight on their hands if they think they can drive us all into slavery.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 11, 2014 11:04 pm    Post subject: Re: William Pawelec - microchip implant conspiracy Reply with quote

This chap utterly convincing to me.
Dead now but wanted us to know.....

TonyGosling wrote:
Billions of Chips Ready to Implant.
The inventors testimony before he died
Posted December 30, 2010

William Pawelec - Computer Specialist and inventor of
the implant chip approved release after his death.

World Puja Network Show - December 24, 2010

"Billions of the chips were made by Siemens - but they disappeared"
"At the top level confidential meeting, two guys turned up who nobody knew but they knew everything and had an agenda....later the chip showed up..............."


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JULIE BEAL 12.08.2014 16:37
Guardian and Rainmaker now intend to implement this service in the UK.
It’s vital that people realise just how big the internet is, and how important it has become to the powers that be.
IT’S HUGE.
It’s everything.
War 2.0 is cyber.
The future is technotronic.
It ’s a never ending game of one-upmanship.
A nd the most ironic part of it all, following the ‘NSA revelations’, is that we are expected to trust those that spy on us to protect our identities, just so we can exist in society.
It’s not just the UK, or the US - identity management is universal, not just Western.


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Estonia seems to be playing a key role in the development of the cyber future, and is now using a service provided by Guardtime, which is said to be a "GPS for data" - information is tagged, so as to ensure ‘truth, not trust’.
Dr Ahto Buldas, chair of information security at Tallinn University and chief scientist at Guardtime, is reported to have said:
“In Estonia, Edward Snowden could not have committed his unauthorised act. With real-time monitoring of the integrity of digital events, his attempt to cover his tracks would have raised an alert and he would have been held accountable for his actions.”


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It’s also worth noting the link between NATO and Estonia: the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE) is based in Tallinn, in Estonia, a country which is said to have been a catalyst for NATO cyber security strategy development, following a series of crippling cyber attacks in 2007 (blamed on Russians).
Earli er this year, around 6,000 troops from nine NATO countries, took part in Exercise Steadfast Javelin 1to practice defending Estonia from attack – both physical and cyber.


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it goes way beyond government services. Remote proofing of identity extends to all online transactions – such as registering with a website, or even leaving comments about an article you’ve read! The Identity Provider is the go-between. Even health services will be internet-based, so you’ll need your ID chip to get treatment. The mobile phone is a key part of the system, so losing the sim (or secure element) would be dire. The obvious progression from this is to have the chip implanted under your skin instead, or one that syncs with the chip in your phone.


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Excellent article Tony! Thought it worth pointing readers to a documentary on Youtube called "e-Estonia:Life in a networked Society" which illustrates what is being implemented globally - e-everything.
And it really is global – it’s happening now and it’s happening everywhere.

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MR 103 : Dr. Katherine Albrecht : RFID Implant Technology & The Mark of The Beast

Published on Friday, 20 March 2015 17:42



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This week we welcome Dr. Katherine Albrecht, privacy researcher, consumer advocate and bestselling author, who joins us for a wide-ranging discussion centred in her fascinating and compelling hypothesis that "the mark of the Beast" in the Book of Revelation might one day see literal fulfilment in the form of electronic identification devices implanted into human beings.

"He also caused everyone (small and great, rich and poor, free and slave) to obtain a mark on their right hand or on their forehead. Thus no one was allowed to buy or sell things unless he bore the mark of the beast – that is, his name or his number." (Rev. 13:16f, NET Bible)

Mindful of recent news that managers at an office block in Stockholm are inviting workers to receive RFID implants in the hand for the sake of ease and efficiency, Dr. Albrecht decribes her successful battle against the dangerous use of RFID implant technology, and explains how an experience of God in 1999 set her on the path of warning the world about the growing infrastructure of surveillance and control.

Dr. Katherine Albrecht is senior executive with the private search engines StartPage and Ixquick, is on the team behind the new privacy-protecting email program StartMail, and holds a Doctorate in Human Development and Consumer Education from Harvard University.

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Denmark moves closer to a cashless society

The Danish government has proposed that retailers should no longer be obligated to accept cash payments
Independent - DOUG BOLTON Thursday 07 May 2015
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/denmark-moves-closer-to -a-cashless-society-10231995.html

Denmark has moved one step closer to becoming the world's first cashless society, as the government proposes scrapping the obligation for retailers to accept cash as payment.

The Danish government has said that as of next year, business such as clothing retailers, restaurants and petrol stations should no longer be legally bound to accept cash payments.

The proposal is part of a package of economic growth measures, which are being released ahead of this year's Danish election. It aims to reduce costs and increase productivity for Danish businesses.

Finansrådet, a Danish finance industry lobbying group, says the change would free retailers from the cost of security, and the burden of managing change and notes.

Annoying pocketfuls of change are a thing of the past in the Nordic countries, where card payments for the smallest items are commonplace. Although it seems like a drastic step, the Danes are already moving away from paper and metal money.

Almost a third of the population uses an official Danske Bank app called MobilePay - it links your mobile to other users' phones or to a sensor at the till, allowing you to confirm payments with a simple swipe on your smartphone's screen.

Similar technologies like Paym are available in the UK, which allows users to transfer money to others by entering their mobile number. Google Wallet turns your phone into a contactless card, allowing you to tap your device against readers to transfer money - however, it is currently only available in the USA.

But both of these technologies are still yet to see the level of adoption that MobilePay has in Denmark.

There are fears that moving to totally cashless payments could increase the risk of fraud - in Sweden, a nation with one of the highest numbers of bank transactions per person in the European Union, cases of card fraud have doubled in the last decade.

However, Danske Bank has taken steps to fight fraud, by linking individuals' MobilePay accounts to their national insurance numbers.

The change would need to be approved in a vote at the Folketing, the Danish parliament, but the timing of the vote has not yet been set.

However, in a country where cashless payments are so common, it looks unlikely that the proposal will face much opposition.

Cashless payments are growing in popularity in developing nations, as it removes costs associated with handling cash and lowers the danger of theft or extortion. Kenya's 'beba' system, seen here, allows users to transfer money via their mobiles. The Nordic countries of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland lead the world in cashless payments - cash payments for even the smallest items, such as a packet of chewing gum, are commonplace.

In 2013, a Swedish bank robber left empty-handed, after he found out that the Stockholm bank he held up did not carry any cash.

Five of Sweden's six big banks now operate cashless branches where possible, and some predict the country could become cashless by 2030.

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Cashless society
Arunabha Bagchi | 07 June, 2015

In the middle of May, the government of Denmark prepared a draft law that would allow petrol pumps, restaurants and small shops to refuse taking cash for payment. Almost simultaneously the reserve bank of Denmark, Nationalbanken, announced its plan to stop printing paper money and minting coins by the end of 2016. Although the bank is talking about outsourcing these tasks, most people see in these measures the ultimate aim of the Danish government to transform the country into a cashless society. This intention to move towards a cashless society, however dramatic, did not receive much attention in the global media. Denmark, after all, is too small to have any impact outside of the Scandinavian countries. But then, as the German newspaper, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, rightly pointed out, not many people in Scandinavia would shed tears if they lose their paper currency.
Things changed when the German economist, Rolf Bofinger, stunned the world of economics and finance by asserting in an interview in the German weekly, Der Spiegel, that paper currency is “an anachronism”, and the sooner we get rid of them the better it will be for everyone. Bofinger, professor of economics at Würzburg University, is a member of the German Council of Economic Experts - the “Five Sages of the Economy” - that is the highest economic advisory organ of the German government and parliament. The debate on a cashless economy has been raging in the Anglo-Saxon countries for the past year, with the economists Kenneth Rogoff and (Dutch-born) Willem Buiter being the chief advocates. Belgium and Ireland also have many proponents of this measure. What is surprising is that an economist from Germany, whose inhabitants have arguably the most old-fashioned ideas about money, has now lent his support to this idea.
Professor Bofinger thought that payment by cash at the shops is cumbersome and an utter waste of time. But he stressed that the wastage of time is not the only reason for eliminating cash transactions in future. He further argued that his suggestion for a cashless society would largely eliminate drug trafficking and black economy. He stressed that one-third of euro in circulation is in 500-euro notes and no normal shopper uses them for his/her transactions. They are primarily used by shadowy figures, he asserted. Of course, to stop these activities, it is necessary for the Eurozone, the USA, the UK and Switzerland to give up cash simultaneously. The most important reason for abandoning cash is to give more policy leeway to the reserve banks. In the current deflationary climate, it is still impossible for the reserve banks to reduce interest rates too much below zero. People would then hoard cash, causing more damage to the economy. In a cashless economy, reserve banks would be free to set negative interest rates to stimulate the economy without any adverse consequences. Professor Bofinger even suggested putting this topic in the agenda for the G-7 summit on June 7-8 in Bavaria.
It would be an uphill task to convince Germans about the merits of abandoning paper money. According to a study by Germany’s reserve bank, Bundesbank, German consumers still prefer paying in cash despite numerous possibilities to pay electronically. In fact, 79 per cent of all transactions in Germany last year (in numbers, not in the amount in Euros) were conducted with paper money and coins. Many Germans are still allergic to using credit cards. What amazes me is that there are many fancy boutique shops in German cities that still refuse payments by credit cards. Not surprisingly, most Germans are instinctively opposed to the Keynesian prescription of deficit financing to increase demand for pulling an economy out of recession.

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Mark of the Beast : Government using Immigration and Terror to push RFID Implants (Jan 25, 2016)

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Human microchips took a big step closer today
£500 fine for those that don't chip their dogs

I remember the 1970s controversy over dog licensing. Nobody could understand why it was necessary? Many refused to get a licence.
All chip data will be on a privately owned database racket too which makes money every time you change your address

Some signs put up for lost dogs even include an admission they had microchips in them..! The ultimate irony is the promise the chip will help you get a lost dog back is a lie.


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Human microchips took a big step closer today
£500 fine for those that don't chip their dogs

I remember the 1970s controversy over dog licensing. Nobody could understand why it was necessary? Many refused to get a licence.
All chip data will be on a privately owned database racket too which makes money every time you change your address

Some signs put up for lost dogs even include an admission they had microchips in them..! The ultimate irony is the promise the chip will help you get a lost dog back is a lie.



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A Shocking NBC News Report Says That Someday We Will Be Microchipping All Of Our Children
MAY 25, 2016 By Michael Snyder
http://www.activistpost.com/2016/05/a-shocking-nbc-news-report-says-th at-someday-we-will-be-microchipping-all-of-our-children.html

RFID 666 mark of the beast "EVERYONE will soon get CHIP IMPLANT" mainstream news!

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Would you allow microchips to be surgically implanted in your children if that would keep them safer? This is already being done to pets on a widespread basis, and a shocking local NBC News report is promoting the idea that if it is good for our pets, then we should be doing it to our children as well. As you will see below, the report even puts a guilt trip on parents by asking them this question: “How far would you go to keep your children secure?” Of course most parents very much want to keep their children safe, and a microchip would enable authorities to track them down if they were lost or stolen. But is this really a good idea? And where is all of this technology eventually leading? If you have not seen this very disturbing local NBC News report yet, you can view it right here…



In the video, the reporter says that our children could be implanted with microchips “the size of a grain of rice” and that there would be “little to no health risks” involved.

And near the end of the report, she insists that “we could see those microchips in everyone” eventually.

Wow.

I am speechless.

The report also quoted an electronics expert who claimed that testing of these microchips “is being done right now”…

The piece flips back to pushing the idea when it quotes electronics expert Stuart Lipoff, who asserts that microchipping children is safe and inevitable.

“People should be aware that testing is being done right now. The military is not only testing this out, but already utilizes its properties. It’s not a matter of if it will happen, but when,” states Lipoff.

Of course if widespread microchipping of the population does start happening, at first it will likely be purely voluntary. But once enough of the population starts adopting the idea, it will be really easy for the government to make it mandatory.

Just imagine a world where physical cash was a thing of the past and you could not buy, sell, get a job or open a bank account without your government-issued microchip identification.

Will you allow yourself and your family to be chipped when that day arrives?

If not, how will you eat?

How will you survive?

What will you do when your children come crying to you for food?

I am certainly not saying that you should allow yourself to be chipped. I know that nobody is ever chipping me. But what I am saying is that people are going to be faced with some absolutely heart-breaking choices.

Just recently, I wrote about a new form of digital currency that is intended to replace the physical dollars that we use now and also replace alternative currencies such as Bitcoin. It was unveiled in front of about 100 top Wall Street executives recently during a secret meeting in New York City. To give you an idea of just how rapidly the concept of a cashless society is advancing, I want to share with you a brief excerpt from an article that I recently wrote about this new technology…

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Last month, a “secret meeting” that involved more than 100 executives from some of the biggest financial institutions in the United States was held in New York City. During this “secret meeting“, a company known as “Chain” unveiled a technology that transforms U.S. dollars into “pure digital assets”. Reportedly, there were representatives from Nasdaq, Citigroup, Visa, Fidelity, Fiserv and Pfizer in the room, and Chain also claims to be partnering with Capital One, State Street, and First Data. This “revolutionary” technology is intended to completely change the way that we use money, and it would represent a major step toward a cashless society. But if this new digital cash system is going to be so good for society, why was it unveiled during a secret meeting for Wall Street bankers? Is there something more going on here than we are being told?

None of us probably would have ever heard about this secret meeting if it was not for a report in Bloomberg. The following comes from their article entitled “Inside the Secret Meeting Where Wall Street Tested Digital Cash”…

On a recent Monday in April, more than 100 executives from some of the world’s largest financial institutions gathered for a private meeting at the Times Square office of Nasdaq Inc. They weren’t there to just talk about blockchain, the new technology some predict will transform finance, but to build and experiment with the software.

By the end of the day, they had seen something revolutionary: U.S. dollars transformed into pure digital assets, able to be used to execute and settle a trade instantly. That’s the promise of a blockchain, where the cumbersome and error-prone system that takes days to move money across town or around the world is replaced with almost instant certainty.

So it is not just Michael Snyder from The Economic Collapse Blog that is referring to this gathering as a “secret meeting.” This is actually how it was described by Bloomberg. And I think that there is a very good reason why this meeting was held in secret, because many in the general public would definitely be alarmed by this giant step toward a cashless society.

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Right now, more than 400 billion cashless transactions are conducted around the world each year, and that number is growing very quickly.

And when our system becomes entirely cashless, there will be no more stuffing your mattress with cash and we will all be forced to deal with the banks.

When that day arrives, all of a sudden the government will be able to serve as the gatekeeper for who is allowed to access the system and who is not.

It would be very easy to impose a tax, require some sort of loyalty oath, or mandate some form of microchip identification as a condition for participating in the cashless system.

When we get to that point, what will you do?

In the end, that is something that we all need to be considering very carefully…

Also Read: It’s Now Mandatory to Microchip Your Dog in the United Kingdom. Are Humans Next?

*About the author: Michael Snyder is the founder and publisher of The Economic Collapse Blog. Michael’s controversial new book about Bible prophecy entitled “The Rapture Verdict” is available in paperback and for the Kindle on Amazon.com.*

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Brooke Shields promoting human microchip implants!

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Alarm over talks to implant UK employees with microchips
Trades Union Congress concerned over tech being used to control and micromanage
https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/nov/11/alarm-over-talks-to -implant-uk-employees-with-microchips

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Britain’s biggest employer organisation and main trade union body have sounded the alarm over the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security.

UK firm BioTeq, which offers the implants to businesses and individuals, has already fitted 150 implants in the UK.

The tiny chips, implanted in the flesh between the thumb and forefinger, are similar to those for pets. They enable people to open their front door, access their office or start their car with a wave of their hand, and can also store medical data.

Another company, Biohax of Sweden, also provides human chip implants the size of a grain of rice. It told the Sunday Telegraph (£) that it is in discussions with several British legal and financial firms about fitting their employees with microchips, including one major company with hundreds of thousands of employees.

The CBI, which represents 190,000 UK businesses, voiced concerns about the prospect.

A CBI spokesperson said: “While technology is changing the way we work, this makes for distinctly uncomfortable reading. Firms should be concentrating on rather more immediate priorities and focusing on engaging their employees.”

The TUC is worried that staff could be coerced into being microchipped. Its general secretary Frances O’Grady said: “We know workers are already concerned that some employers are using tech to control and micromanage, whittling away their staff’s right to privacy.

“Microchipping would give bosses even more power and control over their workers. There are obvious risks involved, and employers must not brush them aside, or pressure staff into being chipped.”

Steven Northam, the founder and owner of Hampshire-based BioTeq, told the Guardian that most of its 150 implants have been for individuals, while some financial and engineering firms have also had the chips implanted in their staff.

BioTeq has also implanted them in employees of a bank testing the technology, and has shipped them to Spain, France, Germany, Japan and China.

They cost between £70 and £260 per person. Northam himself and all the directors at BioTeq and one of his other companies, IncuHive, have been microchipped.

Jowan Österlund, the founder of Biohax and a former body piercer, told the Telegraph that his microchips, which cost £150 each, could help financial and legal firms improve security. “These companies have sensitive documents they are dealing with. [The chips] would allow them to set restrictions for whoever.”

Österlund said big companies, with 200,000 employees, could offer this as an opt-in. “If you have a 15% uptake that is still a huge number of people that won’t require a physical ID pass.”

Last year Wisconsin-based Three Square Market partnered with Biohax and became the first company in the US to microchip its employees, on a voluntary basis.

KPMG, one of the big four accountancy firms, said it was not planning to microchip its employees and “would under no circumstances consider doing so”.

Fellow accounting firms EY and PwC also said they would not consider microchipping their employees. Deloitte declined to comment.

Biohax has plans to open an office in London, according to its website. It claims 4,000 people have been microchipped, mostly in Sweden. It is working with the state-owned Swedish rail firm Statens Järnvägar, to allow its passengers to travel via chip implants rather than train tickets. Biohax did not respond to requests for comment.

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