You thought you'd take a trip abroad to see some relatives in
Bizwackistan. Upon your arrival, Bizwackian inspectors implant a GPS
tracking device in your arm to "make sure you don't overstay your
welcome." What they don't tell you is that if you miss your flight out
of the country, be you ill or otherwise indisposed, you will die.
every move is being tracked by global-positioning satellites. Tracking
by human spy is no longer necessary when one has a GPS system. Overstay
your welcome or become a threat to the State by introducing Texas
barbecue sauce to its beef-starved citizens, and you're cooked by that implant in your arm.
The story is apocryphal, of course... and corny, as well. But the invention of such a device is neither.
A Saudi Arabian national is reported to have submitted a patent application for the 'Killer Chip' to the German Patent and Trademark Office and it was published in April, 2009, as required by German law.
The chip would emit encrypted radio waves that would be picked up by
satellites and "used to track fugitives from justice, terrorists,
illegal immigrants, criminals, political opponents, defectors, domestic
help, and Saudi Arabians who don't return home from pilgrimages," reads
the patent application.
Diagram from patent application
"Implantation of electronic chips in the human body for the purposes of
determining its geographical location," along with the application's
Model B, which would release the poison on command, were denied for
patents by the German Patent Office.
But where will the inventor show up next? Big Brother will know and will kill you if you tell.
Source: WorldNetDaily.com via IHateTheMedia.com