Robertson the Lesser: Passport Microchips Lead to Mark of the Beast

Gordon Robertson, son of Pat (thus I refer to him as Robertson the Lesser), channels his father’s loopy views, telling a listener that the microchip in one’s passport may not be the “mark of the beast” itself, it’s leading up to one.

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  • StevoR

    What? Only “leading up” to the Mark o’th’Beast?!?

    Come on Junior you are do Plutonian right conspiracy theory better than that! After all you’ve got hanging McCain for treason to top now son!

  • StevoR

    /non-fatherly “advice”

  • StevoR

    Can not “are” .. D’oh! Dammit!

  • John Pieret

    thus I refer to him as Robertson the Lesser

    Um … maybe “Lesser than Less”?

  • wreck

    The nut didn’t fall far from the tree.

  • kantalope

    last time I tried to buy gum they wanted my passport. This guy in a black leather overcoat was all like “I must see your papers” – it was a real hassle.

  • Saad

    He speaks just like him! Down to that little head tilt and nodding.

  • Saad

    John Pieret, #4

    Um … maybe “Lesser than Less”?

    Robert the Epsilon

  • Saad

    *Robertson

    Bleh. Sorry about the triple post. Couldn’t just let that sit there.

  • grumpyoldfart

    Robertson the Lesser is a winner. He knows how to look serious and that upward glance from under the eyebrows is the best faked-sincerity I have seen for years. He’ll make millions when his father finally snuffs it.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    So what’s the problem? Real Americans/True Christians® don’t have passports.

  • whheydt

    Re: the nickname…

    Like Pliny the Younger,,,,only really, really stupid.

    Re: Saad @ #8…

    Calculus jokes? (Yeah… I remember “delta, epsilon” proofs,,,and not fondly.)

  • StevoR

    @9. Saad : What Three posts is bad now? Why? More the merrier I say!

    (Meh, Murphy’s law that I always think of something extra that needs adding immediately after hitting “submit’ or find a stuff up that needs fixin’ or three .. Sigh.

  • raven

    New microchip credit cards will keep banks safe but will they …

    finance. yahoo. com/…/new-microchip-credit-cards-may-keep-card-comp…

    Jun 23, 2014 – A chip card on the other hand generates new information for each … system — but it makes it more expensive for them to fabricate these cards. … Card companies, banks and credit unions there have already made the switch.

    Wait till the newer credit cards become common. They have….embedded microchips!!!

    You know who else has embedded microchips? Your dog. Your cat. How most people pay bridge tolls.

    Everything reminds these people of the mark of the beast. Which oddly enough, AFAWK, doesn’t even exist.

  • busterggi

    Isn’t the upc already the ‘Mark of the Beast’? And aren’t ssn’s also the ‘Mark of the Beast’?

    The Beast is almost as obsessive about marking his territory as Christians.

  • http://kamakanui.zenfolio.com Kamaka

    This “mark of the beast” gets close, Raven.

  • Chiroptera

    Saad, #8:

    I’m a math instructor, and I approve of this joke.

  • caseloweraz

    No, Robertson has it wrong. The true mark of the beast is the microchip implant ObamaCare is going to require everyone to get (Real Soon Now.) Or else it’s the “smart tattoo” recently patented by Google-owned Motorola Mobility. (At least since Proctor & Gamble “cleaned up its act.”)

    Hey course, back in the 1980s, certain members of the National Space Society regarded Mark “president for life” Hopkins in a similar way. But that’s another story.

  • Nigel Appleton

    I (a Brit) sincerely hope that this idiot is so fearful of passport microchips that he refuses to leave the USA. We do have some loonies of our own, but we don’t want any of the industrial-strength, blast-proof sort you Septic Tanks seem to specialise in.

    It’s what you get for rebelling in the first place.

  • John Pieret

    Nigel

    We do have some loonies of our own, but we don’t want any of the industrial-strength, blast-proof sort you Septic Tanks seem to specialise in.

    It’s what you get for rebelling in the first place.

    We didn’t “rebel,” we heroically fought for our freedom to live under our own Constitution that our industrial-strength, blast-proof loonies praise but never read and want to gut at every turn.

    But it’s what we get for heroically fighting for our freedom.

  • cottonnero

    The UK has an unwritten constitution, so their loonies (Farage?) can be forgiven for never having read the thing.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    raven “You know who else has embedded microchips? Your dog. Your cat. How most people pay bridge tolls.”

    Seems kind of odd to me, paying bridge tools with pets.

  • blf

    Seems kind of odd to me, paying bridge tools with pets.

    Not tools. Or even tolls. Trolls (especially of the billy-goat eating, under-bridge living, variety)…

  • magistramarla

    As an American with a passport who uses it every chance she gets, I agree with Nigel. I want the right wing loonies to be afraid to get a passport so that they won’t travel abroad to be an embarrassment to myself and to other traveling Americans.

    When we were in Europe a couple of months ago, we were often mistaken for a British couple, and we were glad of that.

    Of course, the hubby has mostly English roots and mine are a mixture of Scottish, Welsh and Native American, so we blended in quite well in Great Britain.