Mexico to Microchip Central American Migrants
As an omen of things to come, in March the National Immigration Institute of Mexico will demand Central Americans workers and visitors to carry ID cards with electronic chips. The ID cards “will record every arrival and departure of so-called temporary workers and visitors, mostly from Guatemala,” reports KGBT 4 out of Harlingen, Texas. “Officials say the purpose is to guarantee security for workers and visitors.”
Of course, the real purpose has nothing to do with the well-being or security of workers and visitors, but is part and parcel of the emerging control grid to be implemented by the NAU at the behest of world government.
According to a news story posted at NewKerala, however, the ID will transcend a mere RFID card and will be an implantable microchip. “In a communiqué, the INM Thursday said Biochip implants would be used to control the entry of workers and visitors from Belize and Guatemala from March 2008,” an assertion apparently vouched by the Spanish news agency EFE. In addition, the story was carried by IANS, a news agency in India.
As U.S. Senate Libertarian candidate from Montana, Stan Jones warned, a national ID card with an RFID chip is an integral part of the NAU agenda (see video). “You will not be able to move about freely,” explained Jones. “This is terrorism of the most worst kind, brought on you by our own government.”
Discussing New York’s sidelined plan to issue driver licenses to illegals, radio talk show host Charles Goyette of KFNX in Phoenix, Arizona, warned that “all of this stuff is headed toward a national ID card… it is an inevitability with the national security state that the Republicans and the Democrats have ushered in this country with the Patriot Act and more… we’re headed toward a national ID card, we’re head to be vassals or serfs of the state… and I’ve looked at the field of presidential candidates and there is only one guy who is outspoken against this kind of stuff and it is congressman Ron Paul, he’s been against this idea of a national security state for a long time” (see video).
For many, the idea of an RFID ID card seems innocuous enough, however, our rulers have far more sinister plans in mind — ultimately an implantable microchip designed to replace a card, subject to loss or theft.
“It is technically possible for every newborn to be injected with a microchip, which could then function to identify the person for the rest of his or her life. Such plans are secretly being discussed in the U.S. without any public airing of the privacy issues involved,” noted Rauni-Leena Luukanen-Kilde, MD, the former Chief Medical Officer of Finland in 2000. It is not simply identification our rulers are interested in implementing, but something far more nefarious, as Luukanen-Kilde explained:
The NSA’s electronic surveillance system can simultaneously follow and handle millions of people. Each of us has a unique bioelectrical resonance frequency in the brain, just as we have unique fingerprints. With electromagnetic frequency (EMF) brain stimulation fully coded, pulsating electromagnetic signals can be sent to the brain, causing the desired voice and visual effects to be experienced by the target. This is a form of electronic warfare. U.S. astronauts were implanted before they were sent into space so their thoughts could be followed and all their emotions could be registered 24 hours a day.
As should be expected, this grandiose plan to turn populations into Borg-like creatures will begin with seemingly innocuous RFID cards. In Mexico, this plan is well underway with the forced implantation of a “security” biochip, imposed on those least able to resist. In likewise fashion, the agenda will be forced on the American people at large, a scheme already far advanced in the planned issuance of REAL ID. Once implemented, the only question that will remain will be: how long before we are forced to accept an implantable microchip?