Thursday, June 02, 2011

Mandatory implantation of RFID chips in the United States by 2013

Many blogs have been spinning this one, however they fail to provide credible sources along with legit quotations.

So here it goes. The American government plans in the HR 3200 bill to establish a national medical device registry a.k.a. database of implantable RFID chips.

Yes, THIS thing which gives animals implanted MOTHERFUCKING MALIGNANT TUMORS. Pictured is a VeriChip in a tumor. Yummy.

According to the bill, this will start being implemented "by not later than the date that is 36 months after the date of the enactment of this Act, without regard to whether or not final regulations to establish and operate the registry have been promulgated by such date". 36 months from October 14 2009 is October 14 2012 or more exactly, 16 months and 12 days from today.

These chips represents not only a risk of cancer, but also a risk of computer virus propagation. A hacked chip could infect other devices like RFID chips, pacemakers and full informatics systems.

If you don't want to have it implanted, you might want to start thinking of moving somewhere else if you can.

I am very worried for my fellow American friends...

You can see the bill here and search for the quotation above for more informations.
Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information


  1. this sounds really scary. like 1984 orwellian scary. thank god i live in Australia

  2. That's it, I'm moving to Canada.

  3. LOL This won't pass, and if the government doesn't wisen up and start improving this country, we will have a revolution on our hands!

  4. @Skaerf I'm not sure whether you meant that it won't pass with the population or with the congress, but it did pass with the congress. The bill has been voted and they _are_ going to do it...

    I wonder with all the invasive TSA procedures in airports, if people are even going to bother about the RFID implants.

  5. one more way big brother can watch you .-.

  6. If it's not able to connected to other electronics it should be fine.

  7. There's no way this is happening, come on guys :P It's an overall solid idea with many potential flaws (aside from the HUGE fucking flaw of tumors lol), but won't happen anytime soon i think

  8. are you fuc&%#@$ serious???!! I out of here!! stupid people how can they do this to us