Want a Job in the Future? Get Ready to Become a Cyborg — Companies Have Begun Implanting Employees with RFID Chips

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Microchips in People

The dystopic future is quickly becoming the dystopic present.

This is something we’re about to see a lot more of in the coming years.

A Belgian marketing firm called NewFusion has microchipped its staff, replacing their traditional ID cards with RFID chips implanted in their hands.

The Daily Mail reports:

The radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips are about the same size as a grain of rice and store personal security information which can be transmitted over short distances to special receivers.

RFID chips can already be found in contactless cards, including banks cards and the Oyster system which is used by more than 10 million people to pay for public transport in London.

They are also similar to the chips implanted in pets.

The ones used at NewFusion cost around €100 each (£85 or $106) and are inserted between the thumb and index finger…

In 2015, a Swedish company implanted microchips in its staff which allowed them to use the photocopier, open security doors and even pay for their lunch.

More and more companies are going to start implanting their workers with RFID chips.

At least 10,000 people worldwide have already willingly microchipped themselves, and the practice has progressed to the point that RFID chip implant kits complete with a sterile injector system can be purchased online.

Hannes Sjoblad, the chief disruption officer at the Swedish bio-hacking group BioNyfiken, which implanted the chips into the Epicenter workers, told The Times: “We want to be able to understand this technology before big corporates and big government come to us and say everyone should get chipped – the tax authority chip, the Google or Facebook chip…”

The Facebook chip?

Physically microchipping one’s self is already being normalized and pushed as the next technological advance for safety and security. You can already see talk of how “convenient” and “secure” chipping one’s self will be in the future because passwords and ID cards can so easily get lost, right?

Mega tech companies already have microchips for payment like its mark of the beast straight out of the Bible… they just haven’t found a way to necessitate and sell it to the public yet. The casual programming of the population to accept this new tech can be found all over, including commercials like this one:

Every time I see this commercial about our trendy, microchipped future, I wonder what happens if someone’s chip were to say get turned off, like Sanda Bullock’s life was in The Net?

The US military has already held meetings to discuss the feasibility of microchipping all of its soldiers to be able to track them via GPS.

In addition, big pharma companies like GlaxoSmithKline are working on “bioelectronics” — implanted microchips that will send electrical signals to various parts of the brain for medical purposes such as healing ailments. Sounds good initially until you think about it for more than two seconds.

This is to say nothing of the legal and health issues surrounding the implantation of these chips.

And yet, tech experts claim that within the next decade, at least half of Americans will be microchipped.

You might say that sounds crazy, but if you’ve been to Disneyland or Disneyworld any time in the last decade, then you will see how ready and willing people are to scan their fingers and give up their biometric information for convenience. Sure, there’s an opt-out option, but does anyone actually bother or do the majority just go along with whatever they’re told to do for their “safety and convenience”?

If there was for example a “Facebook chip” that allowed people to interact with Facebook faster or a Google chip or a Smartphone texting chip or a video game chip or an insert a thousand other examples here chip… how many millions if not billions of people do you think would readily line up to get one in the name of “safety and convenience”?

But, for all those dissenters who wouldn’t make that choice, there’s always the fact that the House just passed a vaguely worded bill that will allow the government to microchip citizens including children with “mental disabilities”.

Welcome to the dystopic present.

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  • Phil_Ossifer

    It might be amusing to start a phony religion and object to being chipped on the grounds that your religion doesn’t allow it. Then watch them squirm. This kind of scam works for outfits like Scientology and the courts in this country go along with it, so why not give it a try?

    • Todd Burgess

      Let me in, please. I’ll enlist with your “religion” if it will exempt me from getting chipped. No weird stuff, right?

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      My religion already does that – rfid is contrary to nature.

    • Mike

      my religion already does that, it says to never take the mark of the beast.

    • Lynda Janzen

      You don’t need a “phoney” religion. You need to follow Jesus Christ. Rev. 13:16-17 “It (the beast) also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark …” Once the majority of people are convinced to take the mark, the “beast”, perhaps through the world banking system, will phase out any other technology that allows access to ATM’s or even in-person banking. Without the chip you cannot buy, sell or do any kind of banking. DO NOT TAKE THIS CHIP. If enough people decline to accept it, it won’t be able to be implemented.

      • suse

        Wow. My “millennials” just go along with anything “tech” . . . trying to deprogram their indoctrination from the public school system already. :/

      • ter ber

        Revelation 16:2
        And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth;
        and there fell a noisome and grievous sore upon the men which had the mark of the beast, and upon them which worshipped his image.

    • Err Amerika

      “a phony religion”,?

      Thanks for the laugh of my day!

  • Arrow

    Interesting how the article mentions an opt-out option. A question they will never give a straight answer to is, “Why must one opt-out if they never opted-in?”

    • Phil_Ossifer

      That’s how liberals work: “Everything is mandatory unless we say it isn’t.” Kind of like the fiction the government maintains that income tax is “voluntary.” Sure it is…try NOT volunteering and see what happens. When they finally start wholesale RFID implementation it won’t be universal; that comes later. It’ll start with convicted criminals and suspected terrorists and eventually after some staged incidents will be expanded to the entire population. This is also how liberals work: incrementalism, or, in GovSpeak, “mission creep.” Any opt-out provision will be so byzantine and hard to implement that there will be almost no exemptions granted…for sheeple, that is. The elites…whole ‘nother story, as usual.

      • Arrow

        It was a question to which one could never expect to get a concise answer. I comprehend all of the things that you mentioned. Income tax? I opted out of that several years ago, after I engaged in an extended period of study to learn the rules of engagement, just in case there was any attempt to circumvent my will.

        Can’t put the genie back in the bottle now. I’m not a consumer, taxpayer, person, individual, citizen, resident, or any other classification they might attempt to label men and women. The Executor of the Trust is established, the Will is on the record and cannot be legally infringed. Don’t have a permanent residence, owe no one, and own nothing. I’m just here temporarily to observe and witness. Cheers.

        • Phil_Ossifer

          “I am not a number. I am a free man.” – No. 6, The Prisoner. Stay vigilant, my friend.

  • Kevin Quillen

    please learn about jury nullification. It is the last defense against tyranny.

  • It is not Paranoia

    If you let them chip you, you are an idiot.

  • Gilbert Mariano

    There was a time when cellphones were just luxuries and not a necessity. Same thing with that darn chip. Reject it. We don’t need that darn thing.

  • Gilbert Mariano

    No to the chip. No to the Mark of the Beast. The chip is a device that can be used to control your mind and it will poison your body. Don’t lose your soul over that darn thing.

    • Phil_Ossifer

      Experience with implanting RFID devices in animals (housepets, livestock, etc.) has shown a very high incidence of tumors and infections at the implant site. Mind control? No…not yet, anyway, but technology is continuously evolving. Best to keep these things as far away from you as possible.

  • Phil_Ossifer

    We used to have “back alley” abortions. Now we’ll have “back alley” chip removals. Social progress at its finest.

  • DioTheLastinLine