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    My pets have been micro-chipped. Jim is a vet so we have the reader at home. If we come across a lost pet, he'll scan it to see if it's registered. I don't see any issue with it. I'm curious, what would the issue be?

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    It is theorized that the one world government would be able to control and track everyone and control all their financial resources....drones can track them down easily...the pet thing and eventually kidnapped children is just the foot in the door to legalization.

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    I don't mean to belittle the subject of the "one world government" but to me there is a balance, a happy medium...where is it, when you just want to be able to find Fluffy if she gets lost, and unknowingly signing up for the mark of the beast...almost comical

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaithfulOne View Post
    I don't mean to belittle the subject of the "one world government" but to me there is a balance, a happy medium...where is it, when you just want to be able to find Fluffy if she gets lost, and unknowingly signing up for the mark of the beast...almost comical
    The antichrist will play a sound that only microchipped pets can hear and then Fluffy will suddenly turn into a crazy monster
    Save us from Fluffy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    The antichrist will play a sound that only microchipped pets can hear and then Fluffy will suddenly turn into a crazy monster
    Save us from Fluffy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quest View Post
    It is theorized that the one world government would be able to control and track everyone and control all their financial resources....drones can track them down easily...the pet thing and eventually kidnapped children is just the foot in the door to legalization.
    That's the part that bothers me a bit...how far will the microchipping go. There are people who have already been chipped, I started a new thread on that:

    http://livingfaithforum.com/forum/sh...s-in-its-staff

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaithfulOne View Post
    I don't mean to belittle the subject of the "one world government" but to me there is a balance, a happy medium...where is it, when you just want to be able to find Fluffy if she gets lost, and unknowingly signing up for the mark of the beast...almost comical
    It's the progression...people would never just take the mark of a government...even non-believers would not do that! But the progressive acceptance that leads them to say well...it worked fine for the pets and there was no 'problems' so let's do our kids....now what? What of those that refuse? Well we should make it mandatory for the children's sake...right? Well..there you go...done deal, mandated, no longer voluntary and after all, it's for the good of the children!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quest View Post
    It's the progression...people would never just take the mark of a government...even non-believers would not do that! But the progressive acceptance that leads them to say well...it worked fine for the pets and there was no 'problems' so let's do our kids....now what? What of those that refuse? Well we should make it mandatory for the children's sake...right? Well..there you go...done deal, mandated, no longer voluntary and after all, it's for the good of the children!
    I don't think it's ever going to happen in the U.S. Too much big brother for us...and after the whole Ashley Madison fiasco, those who have something to hide do NOT want to be easily found. Can you imagine a wife/husband being able to constantly track their unfaithful spouse. Not gonna happen....

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    Well, not saying that there won't be new technology in the future, but RFID chips can not locate you, only identify you once you are located.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susan View Post
    Well, not saying that there won't be new technology in the future, but RFID chips can not locate you, only identify you once you are located.
    I am not a techy person..but when one loses their cell phone it can be found through the GPS system..so why can't a person both be identified and found by a chip?

    But eve in the 'found' part is not involved, they would still be able to control you financially..

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