Saudi Files for Patent for ‘Killer’ Microchip

by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

Killer Microchip is not a proper translation of the Muslim inventor’s meaning here. This is a death sentence microchip that would be turned on and used to track down and execute all those who bow not the knee to Islam nor to their Saudi masters.


All you have to do is gaze upon the list below as to who would be chipped, and you can see the true purpose of this pinhead sized tracking chip.

This brings us to another point which we have never considered until now about the mark of the beast in people’s hand and their forehead, the point being that all electronic devices of this order cell phones, GPS devices, and the chip by which all men will be compelled to buy and to sell are not to be used just for business transactions, but as tracking devises that can be turned on all will to hunt down the chip bearer if they are deemed as criminals, as political opponents, as defectors, as domestic help, and as those who do not return from pilgrimages or trips abroad.


In other words all those that are chipped would not only be a danger to themselves, but a danger to any or all believers that they come in contact with as they will be tracked with pinpoint accuracy.   

A Saudi Arabian inventor has applied in Germany for a patent for a human tracking microchip that could be used to track wanted criminals. The Swiss daily Tagesanzeiger dubbed the device a “killer chip,” which could be employed to track “Political Opponents, (All Non-Muslims) Defectors, (Those who turn from Islam) Domestic Help, (Slaves) and Saudi Arabians who don’t return home from pilgrimages. (Muslim Extremists)"

After implantation, the chip would send out coded radio waves that satellites can track to confirm a person’s identity and location. A second chip would release a deadly poison if a security risk is involved.

A microchip, smaller than a grain of rice

A microchip, smaller than a grain of rice

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The Germany newspaper The Local reported that the macabre invention probably will not be approved by patent officials because of a law prohibiting inventions that violate public morals. The patent application became known after it was published according to German law, which requires it be made public 18 months after the original application, which was in October, 2007.

The request for a patent was entitled “Implantation of electronic chips in the human body for the purposes of determining its geographical location.” The Jeddah-based inventor explained that the invention comes at the same time that “the number of people sought by security forces has increased.”

The Saudi inventor insisted in his application, “I apply for these reasons and for reasons of state security and the security of citizens.”

The law firm that filed the original application for the Saudi inventors told The Local it has “resigned from representation of this case.”