Candy Bar Promotion Uses GPS Tracking Chips And Commando Storm Troopers
The coming Mark of the Beast
RELATED STORY: The Mark of the Beast and Implantable RFID Chips
The planners of the coming New World Order grow bolder and bolder by the day, as you will see in this article on a promotional give-away from US candy maker Nestle. In the UK, the makers of Kit Kat and other candy bars are floating this promotion as a trial balloon to gauge people’s real feelings on being tracked, and eventually being chipped.
The name of this new promotion is called “We Will Find You.” The whole idea of it is to make you relax and feel comfortable with the idea of ultra-invasive microchips tracking your every move. There is an old adage that says this: “People will do almost anything for money”. And the One World Government is betting that also applies to taking the coming Mark of the Beast.
From Daily Mail UK: It has an air of Big Brother about it. But this time you’ll be delighted they’re watching you.
Chocolate giant Nestle has launched a new competition in the UK called ‘We Will Find You’ where they have placed tracking devices into six lucky wrappers.
Should you open one of them, the GPS will activate and send a signal through to the company’s control room.
A team of ‘commandos’ will then be despatched in a helicopter to your exact location within 24 hours and deliver you a briefcase containing £10,000 in cash.
To promote the campaign, Nestle has put up around 3,000 posters and produced a TV advert.
The commercial says they will ‘scramble a crack team of highly trained individuals’ to locate the owner of the lucky chocolate.
‘They will board a helicopter, find the special bar and give the owner £10,000,’ it adds.
According to Ad Week, Nestle believes the promotion ‘will particularly appeal to men’.
The GPS chips will be embedded in the wrappers of KitKat 4 Finger, KitKat Chunky, Aero Peppermint Medium and Yorkie Milk chocolate bars. source – Daily Mail UK
|Print article||This entry was posted by NTEB News Desk on September 28, 2012 at 12:28 am, and is filed under End Times, Mark of the Beast, New World Order, Prophecy, Social Media, Technology, The 666 Surveillance System. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.|
about 2 days ago - 28 comments
about 3 weeks ago - 21 comments
about 1 month ago - 11 comments
For some time now, scientists have been working on the fusion of human beings and computer-controlled machines known as singularity. Computer chip giant Intel Labs has made some recent and stunning advances in refining this technology.
about 1 month ago - 24 comments
Every smartphone these days comes equipped with a WiFi card. When the card is on and looking for networks to join, it’s detectable by local routers. In your home, the router connects to your device, and then voila — you have the Internet on your phone.
about 2 months ago - 11 comments
Using Department of Motor Vehicles records as its core, the state government is quietly developing a master identity database of Virginia residents for use by state agencies. The state enterprise record – the master electronic ID database – would help agencies ferret out fraud and help residents do business electronically with the state more easily, officials said.
about 2 months ago - 91 comments
The government on Tuesday authorized establishment of a committee that will examine ways to eliminate cash from the Israeli economy – the better to prevent citizens from cheating on their taxes. The committee will be chaired by Harel Locker, director of the Prime Minister’s Office.
about 2 months ago - 72 comments
about 3 months ago - 194 comments
about 3 months ago - 23 comments
President Barack Obama hosted Apple CEO Tim Cook, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, Google computer scientist Vint Cerf and other tech executives and civil liberties leaders on Thursday for a closed-door meeting about government surveillance, sources tell POLITICO. The session, which Obama attended himself, followed a similar gathering earlier this week between top administration officials, tech-industry…
about 4 months ago - 5 comments
RELATED STORY: The Mark of the Beast and the Implantable RFID Chip A new trial in the U.K. lets people pay for items using the PayPal app, a mobile phone, and a photo to prove their identity. PayPal is rolling out a new trial for British consumers to see if they really can leave their wallets…
Comments are closed.