THE HUMAN TRAFFICKING RINGS & RFID CHIPS ~ hehe u think yer fucking ... FREE mr/mrs a~merry~reee~ ka Lol i's got a bridge i'd like ta selllllll ...ya
Many people shared this story this week, and it's so unusual that I have to give a major caveat, since there are so many people who do not "get" our high octane speculation mode here, or who are unfamiliar with it. For the record, I am inclined to be highly skeptical of such stories as this because, in effect, they are of the type that seem designed to confirm one's "worst or most speculative suspicions." The story here is of this type. Worse, the story here is one of those one frequently encounters: the "source" is anonymous, and the alleged victim is also anonymous. For these reasons, I am highly skeptical of it; however, it does raise conceptual and organizational issues in its own right - whether the story itself is true or not - for our high octane speculation mode.
Here's the story (you'll have to copy and paste this short article in your browser):
Same story, different link:
If someone walks into a hospital and claims that they’re being tracked, and that they need to have a tracking device removed, there’s a pretty good chance that they’re going to be sent to a mental institution instead. However, according to a doctor who wished to remain anonymous to protect his patient, that very situation occurred last October and it didn’t end how you might expect.
The patient in question was a 28-year-old woman who claimed that she had a GPS tracking device planted in her body. Normally a patient like that would be regarded as crazy, but this woman appeared totally sane, and she had an incision mark on her side. So the doctor decided to check her out anyway. The medical staff at the hospital were stunned when they finally gave her an x-ray.
“Embedded in the right side of her flank is a small metallic object only a little bit larger than a grain of rice. But it’s there. It’s unequivocally there. She has a tracker in her. And no one was speaking for like five seconds — and in a busy ER that’s saying something.”
It turns out that it wasn’t a GPS device, but an RFID chip. “It’s used to tag cats and dogs. And someone had tagged her like an animal, like she was somebody’s pet that they owned.”
In a way, that makes it even creepier than a GPS device. RFID chips have a very short range. To be useful for tracking someone’s position, they would have to be kept confined in an area where the right equipment is in place to send or receive signals from the chip. The doctor would later discover that this woman was a victim of sex trafficking.
Science fiction has been warning about the potential of tracking devices for years, but usually in reference to how the government might use this technology. It just goes to show that the way humans use technology in the real world is often stranger (and creepier) than fiction.
Daniel Lang is a researcher and staff writer for The Daily Sheeple – Wake The Flock Up!
Summarizing her remarks, Ms. Fitts stated that (1) the western/Anglo-American Wall Street elites and oligarchs have always been quietly in favor of slavery; and (2) that the reason slavery ultimately was rejected in the USA at least was because it was impossible to "perfect the capital/collateral" namely, the slaves themselves, because, quite simply, they kept running away. Then came her final and most important remark: (3) with modern technology and a global surveillance system including technologies like global positions, radio frequency identification and transponder chips, the problem of "perfecting the collateral" was no longer an issue, and hence the push of Mr. Globaloney to reintroduce slavery under a variety of "new guises." Indeed, to add our own little bit of high octane speculation to this mix, one could conceivably inject such chips into a person without their knowledge or consent in forced vaccinations or by other means and in other circumstances.
... and along comes this short article...
I've offered the opinion, for some time, that the various stories one hears from time to time in the media - from "Pizzagate" to the Penn State scandals, the Franklin Scandal of the 1980s and 1990s, to the clergy pedophilia scandals rocking the Roman Catholic Church and other churches, and the continuing allegations from various whistleblowers who have stepped up, claiming to have been victims of such rings, one hears occasionally of such victims having been tagged and tracked by some such means - in all of this I've been of the opinion that one is indeed looking at a huge global network of human trafficking, actual real slavery, that uses its victims for sex, and then in some versions of this story, when the victims are no longer "attractive" or "usable", they are sacrificed (in some versions of the story) in the blackest "rituals", and their organs harvested for the vast and criminal trade in such.
But if one does have such a network, then the same problem occurs: how does one "perfect the investment?" Answer: some nearly foolproof method of tracking, such as an RFID implanted chip. So from this point of view, even assuming the above story is false in its particulars, conceptually, organizationally, it makes a great deal of sense.
Of course, the reader will have immediately seen the problem, for the existence of such a network, being monitored by such means, implies that the people behind such a network or networks have the means of monitoring. And that in turn implies, of course, the possibility that those technological means are either space-based, or ground based, or both. And that means in turn large and powerful players are involved: intelligence agencies, space agencies, and quite possibly corporations with such technological capabilities.
That means that if this international swamp is ever to be drained, it will require a Herculean effort, and indeed, an international one among people and governments of genuine virtue and good will...