Wisconsin Fighting Mandatory Microchip Implants

By | April 26, 2006

Wisconsin Fighting Mandatory Microchip Implants

Mandatory cyborg-ization and secret microchipping alert.

A proposal moving through the state Legislature would prohibit anyone from requiring people to have the tiny chips embedded in them or doing so without their knowledge. [emphasis added] Violators would face fines of up to $10,000…. it’s scary. It’s reality now,” said Michael Schoenfield, an aide to Schneider. “Companies can or will be ordering their employees to have chips implanted. We want to stop that before it begins.”

VeriChip Corp. of Delray Beach, Fla., is the only company with federal approval to implant such chips in people. The company so far has implanted 2,500 people worldwide with chips the size of a grain of rice under the skin of their upper arms, said spokesman John O. Procter. – ap

One thought on “Wisconsin Fighting Mandatory Microchip Implants

  1. father tessio

    It is a sad state of affairs of what this once God blest great country has come to.How can any of us escape damnation? I do not believe that this mandatory micro-chipping of humans is the mark of the beast.The actual mark is not untill the great tribulation…but this is a good precursor to the actual event. We are in dark times
    and if we the people do not rise up against this and make our voices known…our freedoms as we know them are over.Do not take the chip.It is also responsible for causing cancer in lab animals.Jesus said that these days would be upon us and not to worry, for these things must happen.
    Accept Jesus Christ,pray that this event will not happen and we the people must loudly voice our protest against this evil.

    Dr. Jack Van Impe stated that the actual mandatory
    micro chipping of U.S. citizens would begin in May of 2008. I did some
    researching and I saw a date of May 11,2008.Woe to the inhabatants
    of the earth, for satan has been cast down to us.Accept Jesus Christ
    pray that this event will not happen and do not be afraid to make
    your voice heard.

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