This story was spotted by Mr. S.D., and while it is long on some details, but short on those types of details that one can check the story for veracity, I nonetheless believe it, for reasons we'll get into. The story itself is simple enough: a young woman who was admitted to a hospital emergency room gave her doctor a note stating she had a chip in her body, and that she had been shipped because she was part of a sex-trafficking ring:
And she had an incision. So an x-ray was performed, and medical personnel gathered to view the results.
But they stood breathless in disbelief — indeed, while they didn’t find a GPS tracker:
“Embedded in the right side of her flank is a small metallic object only a little bit larger than a grain of rice,” Dr. A recounted for Marketplace’s Dan Gorenstein.
“But it’s there. It’s unequivocally there. She has a tracker in her. And no one was speaking for like five seconds — and in a busy ER that’s saying something.”
“It was a small glass capsule with a little almost like a circuit board inside of it,” the 28-year-old doctor.
Shock turned fast to concern when the doctors grasped what the presence of the object signaled about the 20-something woman’s life — and why she’d handed over the bizarre note.
“It’s an RFID chip. It’s used to tag cats and dogs, And someone had tagged her like an animal, like she was somebody’s pet that they owned.”
In fact, the unnamed woman had been treated as a pet — a possession — by her boyfriend, who sold her for sex and pocketed the money she brought back.
Even assuming this story to be made up - which I do not believe it is - it does contain one element that strikes me as very true, given the high amount of human trafficking/sex slave stories that have come out in recent years, and that element is the chip itself. Yesterday, you'll recall, I blogged about a bizarre story from Australia concerning an island prison being funded by Australian tax dollars and involving nothing less than what appeared to be Otto Skorzeny's Paladin Group. I speculated that such a group would be the type of group to conduct - among its many other "activities" and "businesses" - human trafficking. American President Donald Trump has raised the issue of human trafficking publicly on more than one occasion, and even indicated the high degree of organization behind it.
Hence, the element of the RFID chip makes sense in that context of organization, with big backing. The element, taken on its own, that does not make sense in the story is the vague suggestion that this poor woman's boyfriend did it as a kind of "one off." Unless of course, the full story is not known, and he had several other "girlfriends" similarly chipped. It's the element of organization that, sadly, rings true, and if it can involve RFID chips, it can also involve more sophisticated GPS chips. As Catherine Austin Fitts has put the point in some of her Solari quarterly reports and articles, the technology allows these modern-day slavers to "perfect the capital," i.e., to track their "inventory".
And given the scale of it, that requires capital "investment" in the technology, and that in turn implies organization. Moreover, given the international extent of it, that implies international organization.
Island "prisons" would seem to be tailor-made for such an operation.
See you on the flip side...