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Obama administration planning on injecting microchips into the veins of our soldiers. Think this is the first step before all U.S. citizens will be forced to have microchips injected into our bodies to monitor each and every one of us?

tncdel 2012/05/09 16:09:49
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Our troops have been protecting us. Now it's our turn to protect them. I strongly urge everyone to let your reps and senators in Congress know you won't tolerate this Big Bro. move upon our soldiers. If we don't stop it from happening to them, the handwriting is on the wall that the rest of us will be next.
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  • Arya Israel 2012/05/14 17:10:16
    Arya
    +2
    Israel is our ally, I'd rather we give money to them then give money to our enemies. We even send food to North Korea. Where does the food go? Perhaps to feed the army? It certainly isn't going to the starving children and common folk.
  • Israel Arya 2012/05/14 18:46:40
  • Arya Israel 2012/05/14 22:30:29
    Arya
    +1
    I agree with your entire post. I find it very sad that you, a Brit, know and understand these things when so many Americans don't. I also have a lot of respect for the fact that you care enough about what's going on in the world to make the effort to find out.
  • Israel Arya 2012/05/15 16:11:04
  • Arya Israel 2012/05/15 22:11:40 (edited)
    Arya
    +1
    I've done a bit of reading on Mohammed as well. Everything that you wrote was right, but he was also a pedophile, psycho-sexual disorder.

    This is from Sahih Bukhari, which is considered a strong and authentic hadith.

    Volume 5, Book 58, Number 234:
    Narrated Aisha:

    "The Prophet engaged me when I was a girl of six (years). We went to Medina and stayed at the home of Bani-al-Harith bin Khazraj. Then I got ill and my hair fell down. Later on my hair grew (again) and my mother, Um Ruman, came to me while I was playing in a swing with some of my girl friends. She called me, and I went to her, not knowing what she wanted to do to me. She caught me by the hand and made me stand at the door of the house. I was breathless then, and when my breathing became Allright, she took some water and rubbed my face and head with it. Then she took me into the house. There in the house I saw some Ansari women who said, "Best wishes and Allah's Blessing and a good luck." Then she entrusted me to them and they prepared me (for the marriage). Unexpectedly Allah's Apostle came to me in the forenoon and my mother handed me over to him, and at that time I was a girl of nine years of age."

    Muhammad was in his 50s at the time, so 9 years of age would not be middle-aged. It would still be the age of a child who was unfortunate enough to arouse a dirty old man! He had dreams about her! She was playing with dolls at his house! He was a pedophile.



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  • Israel Arya 2012/05/16 07:45:14
  • Arya Israel 2012/05/16 20:15:27
    Arya
    +2
    Yes, and the multitudes of Muslims followed him. Their descendents are infiltrating our countries even as we type.
    The fall of Rome comes to mind.
  • Israel Arya 2012/05/17 17:03:24
  • Arya Israel 2012/05/18 14:29:33
    Arya
    +2
    I can hardly believe how bad things are in France. No, it does not bode well for France.

    "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants."
    -- Thomas Jefferson
  • Israel Arya 2012/05/19 18:55:43
  • Arya Israel 2012/05/29 00:44:20
    Arya
    +2
    Perhaps things aren't as bad where he lives as they are in the cities. I wish him & his family good health and good luck in a country gone mad.
  • Israel Arya 2012/05/29 22:54:00
  • USC Gam... Israel 2012/05/16 11:44:37
    USC Gamecock fan
    +3
    Thank you. We are aware that we have a muslim for president but the liberals here will not admit it and are seeking to reelect him. How dumb can people be? I have never understood the mind of a people willing to lose their freedom for a tyrant
  • Israel USC Gam... 2012/05/16 12:03:39
  • USC Gam... Arya 2012/05/16 11:42:30 (edited)
    USC Gamecock fan
    +3
    It doesn't go to the people I am sure, North Korea cares nothing for the welfare of the people but spends billions on weapons and for their million man army in hopes of overthrowing America
  • Arya USC Gam... 2012/05/16 20:16:16
    Arya
    +3
    I think that we can all agree that it goes to feed the army.
  • USC Gam... Arya 2012/05/16 22:08:35
    USC Gamecock fan
    +3
    I agree and the people are starving and can't leave
  • Arya USC Gam... 2012/05/18 14:30:01
    Arya
    +2
    Yes, it's QUITE sad!
  • USC Gam... Israel 2012/05/16 11:40:55
    USC Gamecock fan
    +3
    Peru is similar to a terrorist state in many ways. The people there really have freedom. I was speaking with a Missionary that has been in Peru up in the mountains for many years and he told me that there is fear among the people for their lives and their freedom. This was unsolicited and during the conversation. He was visiting his family here in South Carolina for the first time in 10 years . So I would add Peru to the list also.
  • Israel USC Gam... 2012/05/16 12:05:12
  • Mike 2012/05/11 15:09:08
    YES [tell us why you think so].
    Mike
    +7
    Over time we may be subjected to this nonsense
  • tncdel Mike 2012/05/13 18:26:55
    tncdel
    +4
    Maybe if Obama gets a 2nd term.
  • Dave**Gay for Girls** 2012/05/11 13:53:11
  • Artist~PWCM~ 2012/05/11 12:46:58
    YES [tell us why you think so].
    Artist~PWCM~
    +11
    They've been talking about this for years but with obama it's bound to happen after he's reelected (NOT!) and obamacare fully kicks in...no chip, no health care!
  • Seonag 2012/05/11 12:45:41
    YES [tell us why you think so].
    Seonag
    +8
    Good grief! Can anyone say "Hunger Games?"
  • YodaHead 2012/05/11 12:22:46
    YES [tell us why you think so].
    YodaHead
    +6
    Cause I luv conspiracy theories
  • tncdel YodaHead 2012/05/13 18:27:53
    tncdel
    +2
    You won't if you're a victim of it.
  • YodaHead tncdel 2012/05/14 10:09:03
    YodaHead
    +1
    Maybe it's my microchip speaking ....
  • bill 2012/05/11 11:45:36
    YES [tell us why you think so].
    bill
    +10
    Oh, Great! Our enemies will be able to track our troops.
  • Boris Badinov 2012/05/11 09:50:56
    YES [tell us why you think so].
    Boris Badinov
    +8
    As a large federal agency the military has long been used to normalize and spread social programs.
  • BUCCANEER~POTL~PWCM~JLA 2012/05/11 08:15:30
    NO [tell us why not].
    BUCCANEER~POTL~PWCM~JLA
    +9
    Shows what the NWO think of us,doesn't it brings a whole new meaning to dogs of war
  • doofieg... BUCCANE... 2012/05/11 12:31:58
    doofiegirl  BTO-t- BCRA-F ~PWCM~
    +10
    The NWO doesn't think! That's why they try to control! These chips ensure they don't Have to work very hard either.
  • Brian Tristan MacQuillan 2012/05/11 07:41:47
    NO [tell us why not].
    Brian Tristan MacQuillan
    +7
    It certainly could be a acid test for that, and that is what makes the government getting involved into health care so disturbing. They really can not chip you for taxes, or for most anything the government is involved in, but for medical purposes boy they could come up with something.

    Basically, any member of the military is the property of the United States government, so vaccines, or chips, or whatever is an easy thing to do to any of them. Chipping might indeed be very helpful in reducing "friendly fire" engagements, among other things, but they could also be a hinderance if the enemy can also spot the chip.

    In the civilian population, imbedded chips are not going to be easy to sell at all, and there is little need for them. ID cards, credit cards, and cell phones already have the ability to be chipped and would function as good or better than the biochip proposal as most people carry those things on their person when they are moving about, and have them at home when they are home.
  • txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry! 2012/05/11 07:23:21
    YES [tell us why you think so].
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +12
    We chip our pets so they can be returned to us should the finder be inclined, who would argue with such logic?

    We chip the criminally insane, good idea huh? Gotta' keep track of them.

    Alzheimer's and dementia sufferers should be for their children's peace of mind, they have wandered off and forgot how to get back home. or worse. Any objections?

    This is being so meticulously and gradually implemented into our lives that if you oppose this chipping debacle you must need some professional help, ya know, shhh, . . . maybe a psychiatrist, shhh, . . .

    It's starting.
  • BUCCANE... txDON'T... 2012/05/11 08:16:55
    BUCCANEER~POTL~PWCM~JLA
    +7
    Love the sarcasm txt,at least I hope that's what it is!
  • txDON'T... BUCCANE... 2012/05/11 20:29:13
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +5
    Come on Buc, you ought to know me by NOW! **muah**
  • BUCCANE... txDON'T... 2012/05/11 20:44:55
  • LadyBGood BUCCANE... 2012/05/11 22:39:39
    LadyBGood
    +4
    I love that guy!
  • BUCCANE... LadyBGood 2012/05/11 22:41:42
    BUCCANEER~POTL~PWCM~JLA
    +5
    I now for the first time in my life wish I was someone else!!!!
  • LadyBGood BUCCANE... 2012/05/11 23:05:04
    LadyBGood
    +5
    LOL funny! Where did you find him? I looked for "winking man" and didn't find him. I want him!!! LOL

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