November 15, 2009

from PreventDisease Website



Radio Frequency Implantable Device (RFID) use on humans can no longer be claimed as speculation or theory.


Their use is now well documented and integrated in several planned strategies for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Health Care Bills. These disturbing initiatives will see microchip implants embedded inside every American, and possibly inside every human within the next few years.

Richard Schmid has worked in radiological health for more than a decade. He has been researching RFID chips for most of his professional career and has worked extensively with RF devices in all levels of radiological medicine.


He admits that his analysis of U.S. Health Care Bills and RFID documentation is alarming.

"I don't think most people understand the magnitude of what is happening with the health care legislation being imposed on Americans," he stated.

Schmid says that RFID chips have already been implanted in thousands of people around the world, many without their knowledge.

"Some of these devices are so small and scalable, that they are capable of being inserted in food, patches, medications, hypodermic needles and even inside vaccines."

A recent report from detailed how populations are being primed for nano-microchips inside vaccines.

"I used to joke with colleagues about pandemic scenarios and airborne plagues and how that would be the only way for people to submit to implantable chips... I just never thought it would come true in the exact scenario I had imagined."

Schmid said that the current situation in the Ukraine and media blackout in the west are a bad sign of things to come.

As the World Health Organization (WHO) continues to deceive the world on the current pandemic affecting the Ukraine and surrounding area, many experts well-versed in the WHO's manipulation are calling the current reporting of Ukraine's pandemic as one of the most deceptive in the agency's history. Not only is the WHO refusing to release the actual number of deaths, but they also continue to delay the release of critical sequencing data for the mutated strain.


The illness has infected well over one million people in the Ukraine and has spread to neighboring countries with similar infection rates. The actual number of deaths are rumored to be much higher than those reported by the Ukraine government and the WHO.

Schmid said that the pandemic will be a ploy to begin implanting the RFIDs in millions of people in the United States.

"We're likely just weeks away from this Ukraine plague hitting the U.S. They haven't halted air travel, transport or made any attempts to advise the American people."

He speculated that the pandemic would be the trigger to start incrementally phasing in the devices until they become mandatory.

Schmid added that people who initially refuse the device will not be able to obtain or renew essential documents like passports, driver's licenses, med cards, and all credit/banking cards.

"It's a totally new electronic system, but they've been developing it for years and it will soon be integrated with all National ID cards around the world."

Schmid says the public will not be able to get back on to the grid without the RFID, something that will eventually be required from every nation.

The National Vaccine Information Center reported:

Nowhere is this threat more evident than in the creation of a national, government operated vaccine tracking registry system that will tag all American citizens with a national ID number at birth and track their movements throughout life for the express purpose of enforcing vaccination with all government-endorsed vaccines.


It was the desire by government health officials to enforce citizen compliance with mandatory vaccination laws that first created the need for a National ID number and the national electronic medical records database promoted by the Clinton Administration in 1993.



Read the Documents

The U.S. Health Care Bills and FDA documentation clearly state that implantable devices will be used on Americans.

A copy of the massive US Health Care Bill listed on the website from July 2009, on pages 1001-1002 at subtitle C-11 Sec. 2521 National Medical Device Registry, states one of its purposes as:

The Secretary shall establish a national medical device registry (in this subsection referred to as the registry) to facilitate analysis of postmarket safety and outcomes data on each device that (A) is or has been used in or on a patient; and (B) is a class III device; or (ii) a class II device that is implantable...

In December 10, 2004, a document was released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that detailed special controls guidance for radio frequency transponders of patient identification.


The document details everything from the performance testing to the electromagnetic and resonance imaging capabilities of the device. The FDA cleared VeriChip for medical applications in the U.S. two months before the document was released.

VeriChip is the first Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved human-implantable radio-frequency identification (RFID) microchip.


About twice the length of a grain of rice, the device is typically implanted above the triceps area of an individualís right arm. Once scanned at the proper frequency, the VeriChip responds with a unique 16 digit number which could be then linked with information about the user held on a database for identity verification, medical records access, and used for identification by a third party.

In May 2005, the U.S. Congress passed the "Real ID" Act, which required states to issue federally approved driver's licenses or identification (ID) cards to those who live and work in the United States.


The identity cards will eventually be integrated with the RFID chips if one wants to drive, visit a federal government building, collect Social Security, access a federal government service or use the services of a private entity (such as a bank or an airline) that is required under federal law to verify customer identity.


The goal is to make it nearly impossible to live without such an ID.


Not Just The United States

By the end of of 2004, the chip was already being implanted in Mexico's top federal prosecutors and investigators in order to get access to restricted areas inside Mexico's attorney general's headquarters.

As a result of federal and provincial commitments to "North American Integration" under the 2001 Smart Border Declaration and the 2005 Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement, the same Real ID liberty stripping identification mandated in the U.S., is gradually being slipped into Canadian drivers' licenses incrementally in all provinces (see examples B.C. and Ontario).

In the UK, bureaucrats were given sweeping new powers to investigate homes for identity card evasion and to impose heavy fines on occupants found without one. The new Bill would requires people to submit their details to a new national ID Card Database when they apply for a passport, in effect making registration compulsory.

In Europe, a project called 'Biopass', aims to provide chips, operating systems and software that conform to European national identity document standards.


The project joins other European e-identity projects such as Project Stork (Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed), a European Union pilot project to develop interoperability for pan-European ID card use.

"This isn't a fly-by operation," said Schmid. "This has been carefully procured through years of planning and strategizing for what is now the most sophisticated, globally interconnected system of databases for electronic surveillance... it will essentially endanger everybody's health and safety in time."

Human Microchip Implants






Eye To Eye - REAL ID (CBS News)






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