|Video of RFID hand implant|
|Written by Chris Perver|
|Wednesday, 20 December 2006 17:00|
|Well not much has been happening this last few days, so I thought I'd put this link on the site for you all to see. Warning! This video is not for those who are squeamish. This YouTube video shows the procedure of inserting an RFID chip into the hand. Associated Digital Solutions still claim they implant their VeriChip in the right forearm, but it seems more and more people are implanting themselves in their hands. One such person was Amal Graafstra, who has an RFID chip in each hand. |
More and more RFID-enabled household applications are being developed. Imagine just waving your hand in front of your door to gain access to your property? They're already doing it in my country. Just pray that there is nobody lurking nearby with an RFID scanner, otherwise you may suddenly find you aren't the only person with access to your house. By 2010, Prime Minister Tony Blair will hope to bring in his compulsory national identity card scheme. 10 Downing Street held a live web chat on this topic several months ago. Prime Minister Blair had ridiculed the civil liberties arguments over national ID cards, and stated that as this was being brought in worldwide, there was no other option but for Britain to accept biometric identification. I submitted a question on the live web chat, since national ID cards can be stolen or lost, when the Prime Minister sees the need to increase our security, will the next step be moving to implantable RFID chips, and does he realize that many Christians will have problems accepting that. Reasonable question you would think, but I never received a reply. But according to VeriChip, that is indeed the next step...
Quote: "ADS Chief Executive Scott Silverman, in a speech at the ID World 2003 conference in Paris last Friday, said his company had developed a "VeriPay" RFID technology and was hoping to find partners in financial services firms. Matthew Cossolotto, a spokesman for ADS who says he's been "chipped," argues that competing proposals to embed RFID tags in key fobs or cards were flawed. "If you lose the RFID key fob or if it's stolen, someone else could use it and have access to your important accounts," Cossolotto said. "VeriPay solves that problem. It's subdermal and very difficult to lose. You don't leave it sitting in the backseat of the taxi."
So you have been warned, national ID cards are the first step towards the Mark of the Beast system. The book of Revelation is a book of contrasts, with events written not necessarily in a chronological order, but from both God's perspective and man's perspective. One example is Babylon, in man's perspective it is portrayed as a great city (Revelation 18:16), but from God's perspective it is portrayed as a harlot (Revelation 17:18). The same for the Mark, the first one to issue an identifying mark is the Lord to seal the servants of God. Later, Satan implements his own scheme, sealing his followers with the Mark of the Beast, who will receive special judgement from God (Revelation 14:9-10).