I received a txt message this afternoon from one of my friend. ang nakasaad ay ganito
President GMA approved the P150 Million budget for the UNIFIED MULTI (666) SSS ID SYSTEM. DZRH reported! Nagstart na…microchip or biochip i-inject in hand or forhead of men which they call Lifetime savings. In US next in Philippines. Dami nagpatatak o nagpa inplant according to TIME MAGAZINE Plz. pas to all CHRISTIAN..
Naalala ko ito…
The BIBLE ; Revelation 13:16 to 18
16. The beast forced all the people, small and great, rich and poor, slave and free, to have a mark placed on their right hands or on their foreheads.
17. No one could buy or sell without this mark, that is, the beast’s name or the number that stands for the name.
18. This calls for wisdom. Whoever is intelligent can figure out the meaning of the number of the beast, because the number stands for the name of someone. Its number is 666.
So i tried to search on kung gaano katotoo ito..i try to search sa TIME MAGAZINE website at ito ang nakita ko
Biochips for Everyone!
Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2005
By DAREN FONDA
If someone proposed injecting a computer chip in your arm and said it could save your life, would you do it? As Orwellian as it sounds, VeriChip is betting this will be a billion-dollar business. The firm’s parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, won FDA approval last year for what it bills as the “world’s first human implantable microchip.” A radio-frequency identification (RFID) transponder the size of a grain of rice, the VeriChip contains a 16-digit personal ID number that can be scanned like a bar code, providing health-care workers access to your medical records online. That could be lifesaving in an emergency, cutting the likelihood of medical errors for accident victims, Alzheimer’s patients–anyone who can’t communicate or lacks ID. So far, only about 60 Americans have been chipped, mainly Applied Digital employees in Delray Beach, Fla. But the company says 58 hospitals are adopting the technology, a number it expects will expand to 200 by 2007.
Dr. John Halamka, chief information officer of Harvard Medical School, got chipped last year and says he hasn’t experienced negative side effects. He acknowledges that colleagues find the chip dehumanizing. Security experts are worried that the system can be hacked. And there are concerns that chips could one day be used to monitor the movement of those with implants. And the chip isn’t cheap: the suggested retail price is $200 and isn’t covered by insurance.
Applied also sees an opportunity in the security business. It has shipped 7,000 chips worldwide and figures about 2,000 have been implanted. Applied CEO Scott Silverman hopes to sell chips to the Pentagon, the CIA and the FBI–feeding into X-Files-type fears of biochipped government agents lording over the citizenry. A novel use: Baja Beach Club, a European nightclub chain, is offering “VipChip membership” to speed patrons through the ropes in Barcelona and Rotterdam. Some 430 clubgoers have signed on–at $1,300 apiece.
Then i try to search also the Executive Order of PGMA and ito ang nakita ko
Arroyo orders release of P750M for unified ID system
02/19/2008 | 09:59 PM
President Macapagal Arroyo on Tuesday ordered Budget Secretary Rolando Andaya Jr to release P750 million for the implementation of the Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) System.
Press Secretary Ignacio Bunye said the system would unify the existing IDs of the National Statistics Office (NSO), Social Security System (SSS), Government Service Insurance System, and Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (Philhealth)
Bunye said Mrs Arroyo wanted Metro Manila informal settlers, electricity discount coupon holders, social welfare services beneficiaries, and Pag-IBIG Fund members covered by the ID system.
He said SSS Chairman Corazon de la Paz presented the update on the unification scheme during a Cabinet meeting in Malacañang on Tuesday.
Bunye said the government was on target in its implementation of the system, except for the Central Verification and Enrollment Agency and the Biometrics Data Matching Center components of the NSO ID system that needed funds.
“It’s just a matter of adopting a common reference number for all this ID system. So we’re on track. The release would further accelerate the implementation UMID system,” he said.
Executive Order 420 transfered the implementation of the ID system to the SSS from the National Economic and Development Authority.
SSS Vice President May Catherine Ciriaco said the NSO would need an additional P250 million in 2009 to implement the system.
She said Philhealth would need P1 billion for the system’s initial set up this year, and P2 billion next year.
Ciriaco said the needed funds could be charged against the Philhealth Operating Cost and e-Gov Fund.
She said the 10 million ID cards that were issued by the SSS could already qualify as “transition-UMID cards.”
UMID cards will be issued to new SSS applicants starting this year, according to Ciriaco. -
FAU RAFILI: hindi bat nakakatakot mga kaibigan? magsisi na tayo sa ating mga kasalanan. palaging magdasal. at huwag na huwag magpapatatak… basta ako NEVER! Over My Dead Body!
PRINSIPE DILAN: oo nga naman. alam ko na yan noon pa. pero hindi ko akalaing masyadong mapapaaga ang pagdating niyan. ako din hindi ako magpapapatatak.
PRINSES CLEO: OMG! ano to??? can’t believe it… pero naniniwala ako. hindi rin ako magpapalagay niyan.
DENZ: anak nang! bakit nagkakaganito na? nakakakaba naman to? pano pag hindi nagpalagay? malamang maparusahan!
PLEASE PRAY MGA KAIBIGAN… isa itong napakainteresanteng tag. Kaya tinatag ko ang lahat ng nasa listahan ko na i-repost ang buong balitang ito sa kanilang blog kasama ang kanilang nais na sabihin sa bandang itaas ng linya bago ang parteng ito.