1. Crushed Luminary

    Crushed Luminary New Member Banned

    I'm glad you know the difference... as we are not talking about external RFID.
     
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  2. Crushed Luminary

    Crushed Luminary New Member Banned

    ACA is either a mandate or... you pay a fine. Is that not correct? You know full well all previous HR versions had "Class II Implantable Device" clearly written in the bills. 3590 was taken out and reworded and gave control of the Class II implantable RFID to the FDA. Who runs the FDA again?
     
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  3. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    CL Banned for excessive impoliteness (in deleted posts and PMs)
     
  4. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Senior Member

    Do you follow the logic of his last post, and can you explain it to me if so?
     
  5. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    The logic seems to be:
    • The Affordable Care Act mandates that everyone buys health insurance
    • Previous versions of the Act mentioned establishing a registry of implantable medical devices, like hip replacements and pacemakers.
    • RFID chips can be classified implanted medical devices
    • Therefore the Affordable Care Act mandates that everyone gets implanted with an RFID chip.
     
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  6. voice

    voice New Member

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    There's a little more about administrative things, but the above is the entirety of what the conspiracy promoters base their theory on. They get away with it in part because the language of the bill is rather complex and difficult to read, so they can basically make up whatever interpretation they like, and many of their readers will be fooled.

    They then build upon this by claiming that a Class II device is a
    When actually the three classes of medical devices have nothing to do with what the devices are, but are to do with how much they are regulated to ensure safety. For example:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_device#United_States
    you say"They get away with it in part because the language of the bill is rather complex and difficult to read, so they can basically make up whatever interpretation they like, and many of their readers will be fooled."That is the point.Bills like this have no business being ...law until the language is as clear as a bell.
     
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  7. Thomas

    Thomas Member

    Thanks for this thread, Mick, it really helps. On a Dutch conspiracy site they are at it again, claiming that the Netherlands is ready for the RFID chip. They post their 'news' (article is 5 years copied from another site) on a Dutch forum called Nujij.nl and somebody make claims how obamacare is going to have a mandatory chip implant and it is causes cancer. I am baffled how many people actually believe this RFID conspiracy without questioning.

    Original article Dutch:
    http://freedombytes.info/magazine/overig/nederland-is-klaar-voor-de-onderhuidse-chip/

    I have read about this since some Christian fundamentalists claimed it was the mark of the beast, NWO et cetera, long time ago