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Why people happily line up to be chipped like dogs
Why people happily line up to be chipped like dogs

So … some people actually want to be microchipped like a dog. They even line up for it. They have parties to do this. If it is not available to them, they are completely unsettled.

I will not even go into the religious aspect of having a microchip inserted into a person. Let's just talk about the secular implications.

Some people won't be happy until everyone has a microchip implanted in them. This is how it can happen.

In the beginning, these will be sheep who blindly want to be chipped for their future "convenience."

Then it will be just inconvenient not to have a chip - just like not having a bank account these days

Then, the last dissent will be chipped according to the law

Some employers cheat workers

Last summer, the internet was overwhelmed by the news of a Wisconsin company looking to chip its employees. Workers at technology company Three Market Square were given the opportunity to receive a chip implanted in their hands, and 50 out of 80 employees eagerly lined up for the privilege.

What for? This way, they could buy food or go through security to the building. Software Engineer Sam Bengtson explained why he was among the microchips.

“It was almost 100 percent straight away for me. In the next five to ten years, this will be something that will no longer be bullied and it will be normal. So I just jumped on the bandwagon before the others and now I can say that I have it."

He was not alone. In fact, they had a microchip party and some people got the microchips live so viewers on TV could see how great it was to receive the microchips. Look how much fun they had!

And it's not just an American company that is chipping employees. Here's an example from Sweden:

At Swedish start-up center Epicenter, the company offers to implant rice grain-sized microchips to its workers and employees. Microchips that act like magnetic cards: open doors, operate printers or buy cocktails with a wave of your hand.

“The biggest benefit I think is convenience,” said Patrick Mesterton, co-founder and CEO of Epicenter. As a demonstration, he opens the door by simply waving next to her. "It basically replaces a lot of the things you have, other communication devices, be they credit cards or keys."

Alessandro Accisti, professor of information technology and public policy at Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University, warns that this might not be a good idea. (Although you don't need to be a professor to understand this).

Another potential problem, according to Dr. Akkisti, is that technology developed for one purpose could later be used for another. The microchip, introduced today to provide easy access to buildings and payments, could theoretically be used later in more invasive ways: tracking employees, their length of absence from the workplace or at lunchtime, without their consent or even if they do not know it.

Experts say - very soon everyone will want to be microchipped

Many sources say that it is inevitable that we will all be microchipped. Noel Chesley, associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, says it's inevitable:

Another chipping proponent, Gene Munster, an investor and analyst at Loup Ventures, says we just need to overcome this stupid social stigma and then everyone will do it within 50 years. What for? Benefits:

There are other companies that chip everyone.

At a recent tech conference, Hannes Sjöblad explained how a microchip implanted in the hand makes life easier. He replaces all keys and cards that were used to clutter up his pockets.

“I use it many times a day, for example, I use it to unlock my smartphone to open the door to my office,” Sjöblad said.

Sjöblad calls himself a biohacker. He explained: "We biohackers think the human body is a good start, but there is certainly room for improvement."

The first step in this improvement is to obtain a microchip under the skin, the size of a grain of rice. A touch of the hand is enough to tell the office printer that it is an authorized user.

Microchips are radio frequency identification tags. The same technology is widely used in things like key cards. Chips have been implanted in animals for years to help identify lost pets, and the technology is now moving towards humans.

Tech start-up Dangerous Things has sold tens of thousands of implant kits for humans and some for tech companies in Europe.

Sjöblad said he even hosts microchip parties where people bond and bond with each other.

Will microchip parties be the next generation of these awfully expensive candlelight parties? Will people pimp with microchips? Will it become something like MLM to make it even more socially acceptable?

The British newspaper The Sun explains how amazing it is to be microchipped:

The woman sitting next to you may be hiding a microchip under the skin that slowly releases hormones to stop her from getting pregnant.

Grandparents across the country will be microchipped with advanced technology installed just to improve their hearing and vision or help them live comfortably.

We are preparing for the next form of evolution, in which humans merge with artificial intelligence, becoming one with computers.

At least that's the opinion of Dr. Patrick Kramer, chief executive at Digiwell, a company that claims to be dedicated to "modernizing people."

Seriously, who wouldn't want all this awesomeness in their life?

Only here there are serious pitfalls

Although it is said that the current chips "installed" in humans do not have GPS tracking, don't you think it's just a matter of time? And how do you even know that this little chip no longer has GPS tracking technology?

Just because they tell you so?

Then there is a problem with the chip in your body, in case of a tamper.

“These are serious things. We are talking about a non-stop potential connection with my body and I cannot turn it off, I cannot remove it, it is already in me. This is a big problem,”said Ian Sherr, CNET's executive editor.

And chipping won't stop there

Endgame is a microchip in people's brains. And people chomp in anticipation of getting them. Scientists say they can fix mental health problems with brain chips, they can make people smarter and help them “merge” with AI. A chipped person can, in theory, think and see their thoughts right on their computer.

Watch this video.

So, with these chips in our brains, we are actually going to merge with computers to some extent. And those who are now introducing it can quite easily have power over us, if our brains are available in this way.

Microchips can become mandatory any day

This horror movie gets even scarier. There is already a law that potentially allows for violent chipping of people.

Oh-oh, it's written in warm, fuzzy language, and they say it just helps keep track of people with Alzheimer's or other developmental disabilities, but remember that the most unpatriotic law ever passed was also called the Patriot Act. …

H.R. 4919 was adopted in 2016.

While the bill requires everyone to use it “for good purposes,” it’s not too little to see how slippery a slope this is. Who can decide if a person needs to be chipped for their own good? Law enforcement agencies. Fearfully.

Could this lead to a cashless society?

If “everyone” gets a microchip, as these experts predict, it could be the next step in the quest for a cashless society. Think about your privacy. If everything is bought through a chip that is unique to you, then all your purchases will be “under the hood”. Whether you bought food, watched movies with an X rating, or read books about the revolution, all of this will be recorded in the database. Information about our purchases may be used for any selfish or criminal purposes, or they may be used against us in other ways.

If there is no way to shop without a chip, many people will have to reluctantly submit. Only with chips, then you can get medical care, driver's license, jobs. No matter where you try to hide, your GPS locator will know and you will be found. It would be like everyone is forced to have one of these ankle bracelets worn by criminals, except that it will be inside your body.

If you think the atmosphere of control is unnerving right now, just wait. When everyone is microchipped, the net will be even tighter and the leash is shorter.

Now that we know a thing or two about an imminent forced chipping, it looks like we won't have to wait for "climate change" or a war of mutually assured destruction. Technology could be the end of humanity.

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