Quote: The new Health Care Bill, H.R. 3200, just passed by Congress has within it the requirement that all people thereunder shall be microchiped. The plans for this microchipping has been in the hooper going back to December of 2004. Witness the actual FDA (Food and Drug Administration) document dated December 10, 2004 entitled “Class II Special Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information. This ten page document may be read on the FDA website at http://www.fda.gov/downloads/MedicalDevices/DeviceRegulationandGuidance/GuidanceDocuments/ucm072191.pdf Now witness the wording within H.R. 3200, “America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009” found on Congresses’ House Ways and Means website, http://waysandmeans.house.gov/media/pdf/111/AAHCA09001xml.pdf On page 1001 is “Subtitle C – National Medical Device Registry” which states, “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 … is or has been used in or on a patient…” ..
Quote: The Bullingdon Club (wikipedia , timesonline) at Oxford University recruits it’s members from the upper circles of society. Members participation in acts of violence, sabotage, sex, S&M, drug use and other acts are filmed or otherwise recorded. Members are later placed in positions of power and influence throughout the world and controlled and blackmailed into executing the plans of the power behind the club—The House of Rothschild. The House of Rothschild appears to have developed the Bullingdon Club (1780) as a ‘hub’ with the Sidley Austin law firm (1866) and the Rhodes (1902) and Fulbright (1947) Scholarship schemes as ‘spokes’, to move its agents undetected, through a global intelligence network engaged in sabotage, assassination and deception. The targets of sabotage, assassination and deception are ultimately insured by the House of Rothschild which uses a portion of the insurance claims to pay the agents of destruction. ..
Quote: A new US government report illustrates that any classification of terrorist groups is fundamentally motivated by self-interest, writes Brian Whitaker. Decide for yourself whether to believe this, but according to a new report there were only 16 cases of international terrorism in the Middle East last year. That is the lowest number for any region in the world apart from North America (where there were none at all). Europe had 30 cases - almost twice as many as the Middle East - and Latin America came top with 193. The figures come from the US state department's annual review of global terrorism, which has just been published on the internet. Worldwide, the report says confidently, "there were 423 international terrorist attacks in 2000, an increase of 8% from the 392 attacks recorded during 1999". No doubt a lot of painstaking effort went into counting them, but the statistics are fundamentally meaningless because, as the report points out, "no one definition of terrorism has gained universal acceptance". ..