A few comments about this film; I agree with their conclusion regarding the 9/11 event and the motives behind it. That this was planned and happened is something I actually saw outlined in a lecture given in the mid-80's.
I disagree somewhat with their beliefs relating to the Bible. In particular; I very much disagree with their assertion that Jesus was simply borrowed mythology historized by the Romans for political agendas. I have no doubt that similarities existed between the various other deities mentioned, and I have no doubt that the council of Nicea edited the Bible substantially in order to remove most references to reincarnation and anything that was sex positive; to reinterpret the nature of Christ, and to insert the notion of heaven and hell since it fit well with a control agenda. But, I believe the books, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, quote Jesus reasonably accurately and are consistent with both the nature of Jesus and his purpose and are quite distinct from the fire and brimstone if you don't do what we want model presented in most of the remaining Bible.
I also think the bit about the RFID chips has to be bogus just based upon the technical limitations of the chips. They are manufactured in LF 125 Khz, HF 13.56 Mhz, UHF 433-960 Mhz, and microwave 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz varieties. Atmospheric noise is extremely high at 125 Khz and the antenna on a device that small would be extremely inefficient at that frequency. The combination of the two would limit the devices range to extremely close proximity. The HF 13.56 model would be not quite as dramatically restricted but still quite impeded, the device being simply too small for an efficient antenna at that wavelength. The UHF band offers the most distance in all probability. You might be able to get a few tens of feet that way. Absorption is high on 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz it is very high. I don't really think any of these are suitable for global monitoring of human subjects. For point of sales, border gates, etc, there they could find application. At much higher frequencies human flesh becomes so conductive that it acts as a shield so that simply moving up in frequency isn't a good option either.
It occurs to me that a technological attack on these beasts is feasible; a home microwave operates at approximate 2.33 GHz with a power level from 500-1000 watts. A continuous microwave beam would be bad for people, but a high amplitude very brief spike could fry these without harming the human hosts into which they are injected. What my objective would be is to create a device that generates a very narrow but extremely high amplitude pulse of microwave energy such that the the very thin metal oxide insulating layers in the chip arc over and become conductors destroying the functionality rather than opting for thermal destruction which would also harm the host.
Such a spike could be accomplished by discharging say about a .1uf capacitor charged to around 15kv through a microwave magnetron. Home microwave magnetron tubes normally operate with an anode voltage of about 6kv, at 15kv would destroy them if at all sustained, but for very short duty cycles, it should work. It should be noted that such a capacitor charged to such a voltage is also capable of stopping a human heart so anyone undertaking such a project should not do so unless they are familiar with high voltage safety. Things which are ordinarily insulators at household current voltages can become conductive at 15kv, like plastic insulators on pliers or small screw drivers.
I'm not advocating this; at least not at this point; but if it comes down to mandatory chipping I think I'd be inclined to change my mind. I'd probably build a circuit into a suitcase with a trigger button, maybe a 6 volt NiMH battery pack to run the filaments of a thyratron tube used to and power an oscillator circuit driving the primary of a television horizontal flyback transformer. The secondary would be full-wave rectified and charge the capacitor. I'd use a separate battery pack for the magnetron tube since it will be stacked and thus must be electrically isolated from the filament of the thyratron. The basic idea being the button would put a positive voltage on the thyratron grid which would then conduct discharging the capacitor through the magnetron.
However, I don't believe the RFID chips will have the range or reliability necessary for total monitoring and control of the worlds citizens so this is probably moot.