By Anna Von Reitz
For reasons that should now be self-evident, Satanists have been persecuted and suppressed for centuries. This is part of the reason that they hide and pretend to be Christians, Muslims, and Methodists, Greek Orthodox and Korean Buddhists and adherents of every other religion you can name.
It's cover for what they really are, and gives them a means to undermine and steal from and gain the confidence of the people who really ARE Christians, Muslims, Methodists, Jews, and so on.... and they exercise the influence they gain however they will.
This is how the "Jews" were successful in bringing America into World War I. They weren't really Jews, but they influenced people who were Jews under the pretense of being Jews themselves.
They can do the same thing with Germans or Chinese or anyone else. Same Schtick. Once you are aware of that and how effectively these quick-change artists have defrauded and made use of the rest of the world for their own profit, you are prepared to take advantage of them in the same way.
The one tenet derived from the actual Constitution that they adhere to rigidly and which remains the ONLY exemption to the gross military dictum that was established here after the Civil War, is the Freedom of Religion exemption.
Because they fear being found out and having their religion suppressed again as it was under the Romans and later under the Holy Roman Empire, they are always in the forefront of the Religious Freedom bandwagon.
You can rely on the fact that Freedom of Religion will remain a rock solid guarantee, because if it were not: (1) they would face the possibility of governmental suppression and (2) they could face suppression against other religious groups that they are sheltering under and that would be bad for business.
This then becomes your shield as well as theirs. And they can't take it away without exposing their own backsides and business interests.
Now, here's how we apply it to the "Real ID" and the RFID chipping of people like cattle with ear tags:
"I'm sorry, but the 'chipping' of living people is against my religion and dignity."
Christians and Muslims can both legitimately claim that it is against their religion. Christians because of the warnings against the Mark of the Beast and Muslims because they accept Jesus as a Great Prophet. Hindus and Buddhists, Shintos and Sikhs can object to it as a desecration of the body.
We can all find plenty of religious reasons to say no to RFIDs.
The Vermin among us who have no respect for themselves and certainly no respect for others, will try to push it, and will argue it and attempt to force feed this final devaluation of our uniqueness and sacredness, but if enough people remove themselves it will undermine the marketplace, and there will be no "Real ID" and the rats in the legislatures will have to go to bed without supper.
They only do things that are profitable for them, so make the RFID idea as unprofitable as possible and voice your objections loud and strong.
And now, prepare yourselves for a delicious irony: the people who are responsible for all the gross identity theft that has gone on for the last 150 years, will try to sell you RFID chipping as a solution to the problem they caused: identity theft.
However, the answer to this is easy, too. RFID's can be duplicated and forged and counterfeited like any other product. And the potential end result is even worse than having some transvestite from New Jersey pretending to be Anna von Reitz.
Imagine a few hundred thousand impostors claiming to be you and accessing your credit on the same day?
Tell that to your legislators.
And as for the "Mark of the Beast", which in these days is actually the "Mark of the B.E.A.S.T" ---let's just skip it, and for the sake of the prophets, say we did.
The B.E.A.S.T. is the Belgian Electronic Asset tracking system. Because you have been misidentified as an "asset" --- a chattel slave in their "System"---- they want to use the RFID chip to locate you in their worldwide warehouse, like a lump of cheddar cheese.
Just say no, it's against your religion.