Friday, October 28, 2005

Because wanting to leave the Homeland is inherently suspicious....

All you conspiracy freaks out there who are more outraged about Wal-mart wanting to have readable ID tags (called, innocuously enough...spy chips) on their merchandise than you are about their contributions to the DeLay legal defense....not to mention all the other reasons you should be outraged at Walmart....Have I got news for you.

Sure, it's scary to think the world's most powerful (and rabidly neo-con) corporation is already poised for world domination and preparing to put tags on their products which they could use to track you remotely as you move around their store and beyond. They call it "an inventory control tool," but what if they actually think you are the inventory being controlled?

And you can bet your sweet bippy that if a technology is commercially available, there are scarier versions of that technology already in use clandestinely by the Government.

Try this on for size:

Passports to get RFID chip implants, By Declan McCullagh and Anne Broache, Staff Writer, CNET, Published: October 25, 2005

It seems that the Bush Administration has announced that all U.S. passports will be implanted with remotely readable computer chips starting in October 2006.

Click the link to read the full article and then get in line to get your very own Number of the Beast implant. Supplies are not limited. Then tell me again that the War On Terror isn't the best thing to happen to the neo-cons. Every limitation on your freedom and privacy is couched in the language of that war and how that war is being fought to protect the very freedoms and privacy they are taking away from you.

If we're fighting for our freedom, why aren't we fighting the ones who are most actively taking those freedoms away from us? That's all I'm asking about.



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