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Part of this clip is used in the documentary film Predictive Programming and the Human Microchipping Agenda -

Ian Fleming's psychopathic secret agent, 007 (Tubal-cain, Sir John Dee) is microchipped so that his boss, M, can keep an all-seeing-eye on him.

This is one of dozens of examples of microchip implants being shown in movies and television PROGRAMMEs to predictively programme the public to accept them as inevitable i.e. movies/TV are used as propaganda tools with which to condition the public to think and feel in ways required of them by the ruling elite. James Bond is a particularly powerful character to utilise this technique with due to the scale of his ongoing popularity amongst men and women alike, in various age groups.

Scientists at the international meetings on the brain chip, held at Loyola University, said that the brain chip is completely ready to go. All that is necessary, they said, is to condition the public to accept the brain chip, which would be (not could be) done by promoting them through movies, novels, TV programmes and cartoons for children.

How long will it be before internationally recognised hero Mr Bond has a brain chip to add to the RFID chip he was given in 2006?

Bond's psychopathy is alluded to at the end of the clip.

M: I would ask you if you could remain emotionally detached, but I don't think that's your problem is it Bond.

Bond: No.

Then M reminds the viewer of the purpose of RFID chips - "Don't worry about keeping in touch; we'll know where you are."

Also note the thinly veiled fictionalised reference to the 9/11 "put options", which were essentially dismissed as irrelevant by the farcical 9/11 Commission Report whitewash.

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