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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: biochip implant news (fwd)
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>>Dear Watchmen,
>>I received this report on the status and future of Mondex from a gentleman
>>our e-mail list. He had sent a previous post to the effect that Mondex will 
>>start experimenting with chip implants within the next two years using 
>>volunteers to determine how well implants will be received by the general 
>>population. The present report contains many informative web sites on
>>with indications that smart card technology is moving in the direction of
>>biochip. I especially appreciate his concluding thoughts which direct our 
>>focus to our Lord Jesus Christ and His soon return!  
>>Barb Aho
>>Watch Unto Prayer
>>I have been continuing to research the Mondex International Corporation, as 
>>well as the consortium of corporations which formed and own Mondex USA.
>>corporations are: Chase Manhattan (David Rockefeller’s bank - enough
>>Wells Fargo, Dean Witter Discover (parent corp of Novus and Discover Card), 
>>MasterCard, AT&T, First Chicago NBD, and Michigan National Bank - all of
>>will work with many other heavyweight international financial and 
>>technological corporations.
>>The investment by each of these national banks in Mondex was approved by
>>Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in late 1996.
>>Hitachi has already developed a whole line of consumer products for the
>>card, scheduled to be rolled out in the first wide-scale introduction in
>>quarter of 1998.  You can view Hitachi’s Mondex information page at: 
>>The Hitachi products can be viewed at: 
>>The worldwide introduction of Mondex has already been quietly initiated.  
>>Mondex has been launched in Hong Kong and Canada.  “Mondex pilots and
>>continue to gain acceptance in the United States, United Kingdom,
>>Canada, Hong Kong and New Zealand.”  
>>(from: http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/97/10/16/amh_bmo_r_1.html -the list of 
>>shareholders in Mondex International is also available at this site)
>>Mondex franchises have already been granted for 28 countries around the
>>On October 6, just eleven days ago, Mondex was launched in New York, in 
>>Manhattan’s upper West Side.
>> “Both Chase and Citibank have already issued smart cards to their
>>on the Upper West Side, a three-square-mile area that stretches from 60th 
>>street to 96th street and from Central Park West to the Hudson River. 
>>Residents who do not have an account with either bank can get a
>>reloadable smart card by visiting Citibank and Chase branches in their 
>>(from a Mondex, Intl. press release, 
>>k_1.html )
>>Chase and Citibank are the number one and number two banks in the entire 
>>United States.  What is also particularly significant is that both
>>and Visa are working on this project in partnership.  Press releases stated 
>>that 50,000 cards would be issued, and about 675 merchants have agreed to 
>>participate in the program.
>>Mondex’s stated objective is to become the medium of exchange for the small 
>>transaction market - transactions under, say, $50 - a multi trillion dollar 
>>market per year in the U.S. alone.  The profit potential here is absolutely 
>>enormous for the corporations involved.  After consumers and retailers
>>accustomed to this new form of electronic “cash,” the next logical step is
>>make their e-cash the medium of exchange for all transactions.  As Mondex
>>already been approved by the governmental agencies governing currency,
>>ramifications of implementation must have been considered.  Currently, as
>>are well aware, our currency is regulated by the Federal Reserve Board, a 
>>private and largely foreign-owned entity.  They will experience dramatic 
>>changes as Mondex becomes the principal medium of financial transactions
>>they and their associates are well-positioned to accomplish), and as hard 
>>currency will come into a dramatically decreasing demand.  The same 
>>personalities continue to be found, however, behind the mega-corporations
>>behind the “Federal” Reserve.
>>Within a few years, the step of eliminating hard currency will be a
>>rhetorical one, as the American “fast-food” mentality drives people to
>>themselves in the name of convenience.  The “benefits” will appear
>>to this chronically short-sighted society, the savings to the individual,
>>merchant, and the government will be enormous.  Loss to theft will become 
>>impossible, rapid exchange of value for product at the point of sale will
>>expedited, and the government will save millions in the printing costs of 
>>physical currency.  
>>Mondex maintains that the tracking of individual transactions is not
>>possible, as the technology is “chip to chip,” not requiring that
>>be processed through a central system, enabling transactions between 
>>individuals, using, for example, one of Hitachi’s stand-alone devices.
>>our privacy is not being eliminated all at once, but is, like the frog in 
>>boiling water, continuing to decrease in very gradual degrees. “Mondex is
>>only system which enables the direct transfer of electronic cash from one
>>to another. The cash value is immediately accessible without centrally
>>and collecting each point-of-sale transaction. This feature makes it the
>>cost-effective electronic cash solution for both retailers and financial 
>>institutions.” (http://www.mondexusa.com)  This very cost advantage,
>>with its usage of an existing network, the financial backing, and the 
>>reputation of the corporations involved, will likely make Mondex the
>>The buy-in of so many heavyweight financial institutions into this one 
>>project, although it is not attracting press attention, it will most
>>command the attention of the world’s smaller-sized corporations and
>> As even the smallest retailer in the most remote areas will currently
>>major credit cards, the financial backbone of America - the working
>>the small retailer, etc. - will be stong-armed into participation in this 
>>system by these behemoth corporations, using the same financial
>>system currently in place.  It will simply be extended to utilize the
>>system.  Eventually, only Mondex payments will be accepted.
>>Regarding the implementation of the biometric technology, and,
>>the implantable biochip, I am still tracking down the lead given on the
>>broadcast mentioned in my earlier mail.  I personally did not hear the
>>- perhaps another Internet prayer warrior did hear.  A letter was sent in
>>a listener to the program “Vincent and Company,” hosted by Joel Vincent in 
>>Florida and broadcast on the “United Broadcasting Network” (UBN),
>>with more information on the topic of Mondex and biochip implants.  UBN is 
>>broadcast on audionet.com, but it appears that they only relay live 
>>broadcasts, and do not archive the programs.  UBN itself is in the process
>>developing a web site (www.ubn.com ), but the site is under development and
>>currently empty. 
>>I did, however, speak to a member of Joel Vincent’s staff, who will be
>>the letter to me.  I will forward that to you, should the information be 
>>credible, as soon as I receive it.
>>Much in this area of biochips, however, is available online from Mondex 
>>themselves.  One of the members of the consortium working on the smartcard 
>>operating system, known as MULTOS, is Siemens Semiconductors (you can
>>more about the technical and operational aspects of MULTOS at the very 
>>detailed MULTOS web site, especially at
>>“Siemens Semiconductors’ role in the consortium will be to provide
>>IC’s [Integrated Circuit or chips] for use in MULTOS cards. 
>>“We see there is a clear market requirement for a highly-secure 
>>multi-application operating system,” commented Dr Jörg Borchert, Smartcard
>>Marketing Director. “This latest development will act as another
>>for the growth of the smartcard market. Our skills in deep sub-micron 
>>manufacturing and contactless technology are well-matched to the present
>>future demands of the MULTOS operating system.” “
>> (from http://www.mondex.ca/news013.html)
>>Significant are the steps which they are taking to ensure this
>>environment.  Notice that Siemens mentions their aptitudes in “contactless” 
>>technology - a natural requirement for an implantable biochip.  “In the 
>>future, the Mondex platform will offer loyalty programs and personal 
>>identification applications....”  One can only speculate about what their 
>>“loyalty programs” will eventually entail (Rev. 13:16-17 mentions a quaint 
>>“loyalty program” - receive it or face not being able to buy or sell!).
>>current rage in “personal identification” techniques in the smartcard
>>is “biometrics” - identification through some physical corroboration of 
>>Currently, every person in the course of their everyday life verifies their 
>>identity through biometrics.  Current methods, however, have significant
>>for error, such as photograph-bearing identification cards, signatures,
>>Fingerprints, as biometric measurements, are much more accurate, but have
>>problems.  More sophisticated devices currently in use include; retinal 
>>scanners, which map the pattern of veins in the eye (a pattern unique to
>>individual) and measure various parts of the eye, voice recognition
>>digital hand scanners, and other various devices.  None of the above,
>>can yet ensure with complete reliability that the person presenting the 
>>biometric device with the appropriate part of the body for authorization is 
>>actually the authorized individual.  Pardon the directness, but the fact 
>>remains that a second individual could obtain the desired authorization
>>the appropriate part from the authorized individual’s body, attached or
>>Developments are in progress which will verify that the person is alive,
>>100% accuracy is very difficult to obtain, especially when considering the 
>>economic factor.  Implantable biochips, for which the technology currently 
>>exists (and is in use in animals), is the only logical conclusion to
>>this ambiguity in the verification process.
>>The hurdle which must be overcome in introducing implanted biochips is one
>>public discomfort.  Again, however, as with the Mondex universal smartcard, 
>>trials will be executed in specific areas, perhaps first with the
>>(It is disgraceful that the men and women of our military, so deserving of
>>respect and appreciation as a nation, should be degraded to the status of
>>guinea pigs, as with the M.A.R.C. program [ 
>>http://www.dtic.mil:80/c3i/marcard.html ] and so many others.)  Gradual 
>>introduction would be accelerated by intense media promotion of the
>>Alternately, the biochip may be a step which is mandated.  Time will tell.
>>In the midst of understanding these sobering developments, let us give all
>>more glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  He promised two thousand 
>>years ago that these things would come to pass - we are merely witnessing
>>experiencing another example of the complete infallibility of Bible
>>Let us give praise to God as we rest at peace in His incredible promises.
>>have been redeemed from the hand of the enemy (Ps 107:2), and are free from 
>>fear (1 John 4:18), not being moved by what we see (Rom 4:19-20).  We are
>>than conquerors (Rom 8:37), overcoming by the blood of the Lamb, and the
>>of our testimonies (Rv 12:11).  
>>Finally, we are definitely looking for His soon return (1 Th 4:15-18).  
>>Praised be the Name of Jesus Christ!! 
>>Watch and Pray…
>>1.	For spiritual discernment within the Church and a disposition to try the 
>>spirits and to prove all things. 
>>2.	That Christians will look only to the Word of God as the foundation for 
>>sound doctrine and prophecy. 
>>3.	That pastors, teachers and other shepherds will not be deceived, but
>>warn and protect the flock.
>>4.	That false prophets and teachers will be exposed and their teachings 
>>rejected by the Church.
>>5.	That God will raise up men and women to earnestly contend for the faith.
>>6.	That God will enlist men and women of prayer to intercede for the Church
>>these perilous times.
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