RFID Monitoring and DNA Profiles Unite*
By Suzanne Posel
In Texas, children attending school in the Northside Independent School District will be required to carry RFID chipped cards while on campus.
The 6,000 student’s movements will be monitored by faculty, in a pilot program that hopes to expand to tracking all students in the 12 districts.
Principal Wendy Reyes of Jones Middle School, explains:
“It’s going to give us the opportunity to track our students in the building. They may have been in the nurse’s office, or the counselor’s office, or vice principal’s office, but they were markedly absent from the classroom because they weren’t sitting in the class. It will help us have a more accurate account of our attendance.”
Schools being the intended beta-test ground for social conditioning, is using RFID chips to track students as cattle is monitored on a ranch; impeding on their privacy and dignity.
RFID technology is furthered by corporations like Proteus Biomedical that have developed the microchip that is activated by human stomach acids, embeds into the lining of the stomach and remotely sends information collected through sensors about the environment.
These transmission can be syphoned to the internet, a doctor’s office via computer or any intercepting entity.
Called “smart pills”, the bio-tech corporations Novartis are creating microchipping that will assist in organ transplants and anti-rejection drugs as well as using human clinical trials to test safety measures.
How will the pharmaceutical corporations explain away the fact that electronic capacitors are toxic to the human body and swallowing them on a regular basis will cause serious complications?
Continuous data broadcasting impedes on privacy which could be used for nefarious use.
Being a human reception tower to be interceded by anyone with a WiFi connection or “pharmaceuticals microchipping scanners”.
Russian-based software called Voice Grid Nation will be used by law enforcement to record and analyze U.S. voices. Mathematical algorithms will file massive amounts of data that can be translated to use on surveillance operations in the domestic U.S.
Furthermore, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is endeavouring to collect the DNA of all children to be stored in case of a future arrest or circumstance wherein the use of their DNA would be pertinent or necessary for involvement in criminal activity and conviction.
DHS estimates that 1 million people are subject to this intrusive collection because of incarceration and non-criminal reasons.
Children who are caught in the criminal system have their DNA stored along with adult offenders, according to the Council for Responsible Genetics.
Jennifer Lynch of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) asserts:
“Collecting DNA from anyone detained by the government for any number of non-criminal reasons – especially juveniles – seems to be yet another step on the slippery slope of collecting DNA from everyone in the United States, no matter their status.”
The U.S. Congress passed the Katie Sepich Enhanced DNA Collection Act of 2010 that expanded the collection of DNA in the name of protecting children and enhancing federal criminal databases.
This works in tandem with the DNA Initiative which provides “funding, training and assistance to ensure that forensic DNA reaches its full potential to solve crimes, protect the innocent and identify missing persons.”
DNA collection is justified for the purposes of obtaining a medical history and predisposition to disease. These samples then become part of the warrantless collections that are mingled in with criminal profiles to create genetic databases on all American citizens.
An estimated 10 million DNA samples stored in CODIS , a massive DNA database, are collected on the local state and federal levels and provided to law enforcement. This database will be utilized for pre-crime purposes and have been sanctioned by federal courts.
After birth, infants in hospitals have their blood taken under the guise of screening for diseases; however collections where genetic information have been formed over the decades on nearly every American.
Under the Rapid DNA initiative, a collection is made easy by use of a Q-tip and the suspect’s saliva. The technology is praised as being a replacement to fingerprinting and as the future of forensic analyses.
As DNA collecting continues, the use of RFID chipping facilitates the monitoring and movements of American citizens.
Beginning with children, the U.S. government is working to control the most important aspects of American society. The generations who grow up in a control grid will not question their enslavement.
- They will trust law enforcement in a fear-filled respect and hope that they will not be taken under pre-crime circumstances into the prisons.
- They will cower at the prospect of their DNA being used against them.
These two in tandem will serve to keep future generations in line and avoid massive uprisings as is seen in our current social climate. These controls are sold as making our world “safer” or “better”, yet they go unnoticed for what they really are.
These are the final chapters being written in the systematic and planned-implosion of our free society.