"If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace. We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen." Samuel Adams, (1722-1803) U.S. Founding Father and Public Enemy #1
The USDA published a Final Rule on Animal Disease Traceability making traceability mandatory for interstate sales and transport. With recent global definitions defining humans as animals it sets the stage for future traceability for humans, for purposes of disease only. Back in 2006 we put together a book on the dangers traceability and now the dangers are coming to pass before our eyes.
Are we being prepared for the mark of the beast? Here is a story that happened to me at the Evergreen State Fair in Snohomish County in Washington State. I was taking my grandson to the fair for the “all you can ride for one price” day. I was prepared to pay the price but in the end I was not willing to pay that price. Here is my story.
We arrived at the fair and I was getting my money out to pay for the rides. As I handed the ticket person my money he handed me a bracelet that I was ordered must go on my grandson’s right hand. I told him that for religious reasons nothing goes on my grandson’s right hand. I was told that either he wears the bracelet he could not ride the rides. After bantering back and forth and getting nowhere I asked for the supervisor. I followed the gentleman through the rides to a trailer at the back of the fair. A big burly man emerged from the trailer. I explained that for religious reason I could not put the ride bracelet on my grandson. I offered to put it on his left hand. The supervisor told me that everyone had to be the same and refused to let me put the bracelet on the left hand.
This happened at Mt. St. Helen’s National Park also. We paid our entrance fee and were promptly handed bracelets. I sternly scolded the “public servant” park money taker. I was able to slip the bracelet into my pocket.
We need to ask the question why are we being required to wear bracelets on our right hand with no exemptions or opt-outs.