All U.S. Newborns Will be Micro Chipped From December 2016

Are you prepared to live in a world in which every newborn baby is micro chipped? And finally are you ready to have your every move tracked, recorded and placed in Big Brother’s data bank?

We have recently stumbled upon a bit of advice we consider you will all discover even bothering to say the least and astonishing.

An article printed in a Finnish paper that was distributed to physicians and medical students, stated that there is no further time to alter the course of military medicine and mind control technologies and we are beginning to lose sight of the future of human liberty.

The chip/processor in question will function like a GPS detector, equipped with a micro-disposable battery which every man must get it replaced every two years in a state practice.

The data, collected from one or more sensors in the body, would be transmitted to cellphones or tablets where apps would give parents and pediatricians insights into the baby’s health and condition in real-time”.

What most folks neglect to see is the fact that this technology isn’t science fiction, it is quite real and contains recently been accepted by the FDA for human use.

According to several sources, “On December 2016, through Europe, newborn children will be compelled to become chipped with a subcutaneous RFID chip (a.k.a. “Digital Angel”).

Public clinics in the European Union are to be alerted. The chip in inquiry will be contributed with the report sheet on the newborn.
But what many people do not realize is that this technology exists now, and has already been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in humans.

Not only do these chips “silently and invisibly” store and transmit personal data, but they can also be encoded to perform a variety of other functions, without any one understanding its total capability.

Read more in detail how exactly the RFID chip works.

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