Dog bleeds to death from ID chipping
‘This technology is supposedly so great until it’s your animal that dies’
A couple in California, required by law to have their dog implanted with a microchip in order to take him camping, swallowed their objections … and watched their Chihuahua named Charlie Brown bleed to death from the procedure.
The law REQUIRES LA residents to have their pets chipped! REQUIRES! Not only do they require your pets be chipped; but if you are found to have a pet that has not been chipped, the first offense is $250 fine, if you are caught again without a chipped pet, you could spend 6 MONTHS in JAIL AND up to $1000 fine!
And little Charlie Brown isn’t the first pet to die at the hands of this crap!
A few years back, Léon was another victim of these microchips being pushed on pets.
In April 2004, Léon was diagnosed with a fibrosarcoma (cancer) at the site of his microchip implant. This location (dorsal neck/interscapular area) is also commonly used to vaccinate dogs, cats and other animals.
As a result of Léon’s vaccine and/or microchip-induced fibrosarcoma, I started asking a few questions. Those questions led to more questions. And those questions led to many frightening and disheartening answers which revealed that Léon’s health problems were man-made. The answers also revealed that the pharmaceutical companies, medical community and those who are meant to protect us are fully aware of these problems, yet blindly and recklessly steer us down the same misguided and ill-fated path.
There are some great quotes that Jean put on the Léon’s website and these are just two:
“I believe there are more instances of the abridgement of the freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations.”
“Léon’s story is not just about Léon. Léon’s story is about all of us and what we must learn from his story so that future tragedies are prevented.”
These are not the only issues with these microchips. Here you can find some other info on issues with them.
If you think that this is just a simply a way for pet owners to keep an eye on their pets or get them back if lost, think again.
Katherine Albrecht, the author of Spychips, and founder of CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering) shares with the world the dangers of these spychips.
Albrecht, Katherine.”Supermarket Cards: The Tip of the Retail Surveillance Iceberg.” Denver University Law Review, Summer 2002, Volume 79, Issue 4, pp. 534-539 and 558-565.
As if that wasn’t bad enough,
Consider the following statements by John Stermer, Senior Vice President of eBusiness Market Development at ACNielsen:
“[After bar codes] [t]he next ‘big thing’ [was] [f]requent shopper cards. While these did a better job of linking consumers and their purchases, loyalty cards were severely limited…consider the usage, consumer demographic, psychographic and economic blind spots of tracking data…. [S]omething more integrated and holistic was needed to provide a ubiquitous understanding of on- and off-line consumer purchase behavior, attitudes and product usage. The answer: RFID (radio frequency identification) technology…. In an industry first, RFID enables the linking of all this product information with a specific consumer identified by key demographic and psychographic markers….Where once we collected purchase information, now we can correlate multiple points of consumer product purchase with consumption specifics such as the how, when and who of product use.” 32
Thank you Katherine for what you do!
Find out more about Charlie Brown and what happened to him in Katherine Albrecht’s February 3, 2009 interview Charlie Brown’s Lori Ginsberg on the Katherine Albrecht Radio Show Archives at her website and find out more info and see some additional pictures of Charlie Brown here under the Press section of Katherine’s site.
Here’s a direct link to the February 3, 2009 show:
Download Hour 1
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Listen as streaming MP3
More great shows by Katherine Albrecht here.
This is much bigger than a few devastated pet owners (which is horrible in itself if you have ever lost a pet) … they are careful to only show the positive on these microchips to pet owners, and eventually maybe even your children, or other family members. There have already been jobs in security that require chipping.
Even Wikipedia acknowledges that RFID (Radio-frequency identification) microchipping is being used in humans. And here’s a company that does such implantation and on their site:
“My wife had triple bypass surgery. If she’s brought to the hospital, I want to make sure they have the information they need to take care of her. The RFID MicroChip is that technology. We both feel comfort knowing her medical information is always with her.” – Craig W.
What about Alzheimer’s patients being chipped, and people placed in Nursing Homes. What’s next, microchipping children for their own safety (from 2007 – remember this one)?:
Last month’s ‘appeal’ to identify technologies that could prevent child abduction has moved forward rapidly
Or maybe babies, when they are born?
Get even more information about human chipping at AntiChips.com where Dr. Robert Bnenezra, Director Cancer Biology Genetics Program Memorial Sloan-Ketterin Cancer Center is quoted:
There’s no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips implanted in my skin, or in one of my family members. Given the preliminary data, it looks to me that there’s definitely cause for concern.
Here’s a reworked old quote that surely seems very appropriate today:
When Verichip micro-chipped the Alzheimer patients I remained silent I was not an Alzheimer patient
When Verichip micro-chipped the Diabetic and AIDS patients I remained silent; I was not an AIDS patient nor a Diabetic
When Verichip micro-chipped the Military I did not speak out; I was not in the Military
When Verichip came for the activists I remained silent; I was not an Activist
When they came to microchip me , there was no one left to speak out
Verichip fact sheet:
Verichip Waiver “Patient…is fully aware of any risks, complications, risks of loss, damage of any nature, and injury that may be associated with this registration. Patient waives all claims and releases any liability arising from this registration and acknowledges that no warranties of any kind have been made or will be made with respect to this registration. ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, HOWEVER ARISING, WHETHER BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MECHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXCLUDED AND WAIVED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE TO PATIENT FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOST INCOME OR SAVINGS) ARISING FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THEIR POSSIBILITY, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH DAMAGES ARE SOUGHT BASED ON BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY.”
MUCH more on the page.
IBM RFID commercial- Shopping in the Future as a Chipped Human (YouTube video)
Sounds nice and easy? Yeah, well, just think about what else can be tracked with such a device in a surveillance state.
The Sleeper must awaken.