The dystopian nightmare we’ve been enduring for the past two years continues on apace.
A few weeks ago, a video of an implanted, scannable microchip developed by a Swedish tech start-up was spreading like wildfire on social media. The reason? It could hold your COVID-19 vaccination record and be used as a scannable “vaccine passport.”
The implants contain data that can be retrieved with a reader device. This is the same NFC (Near Field Communications) technology used in banking and credit cards which use the tap-to-pay function.
There were wildly disparate views on this — some saying it was an innovative and convenient option, others were concerned about the security of scannable data on your hand, and still more who likened it to the “Mark of the Beast” from the Book of Revelation.
While microchips for animals aren’t tremendously new, it’s a very different thing to have digital information implanted into people in order for them to live their lives.
Here’s the Ruptly explainer video that was getting a lot of attention in mid-December:
The Swedes have been “chipping” themselves for a few years now. They’ve put identification, payment information, and even keycard access into chips in their hands.
Check out this NBC News report from 2016:
Can they not see that there could be some significant downsides to this?
This is dangerous now that our society is rife with “cancel culture” activists.
Or just imagine how awful your life would be if the chip was stolen — which, if you use your imagination, you can see is possible, and not (necessarily) gruesome.
Hannes Sjoblad, managing director of Dsruptive Subdermal, is (unsurprisingly) a big advocate of microchip implants.
He recently spoke with Express U.K. and addressed the controversy surrounding the technology being used for vaccine passports. He says that the use of microchip vaccine passports is inevitable.
[Sjoblad] said: “This technology exists and is used whether we like it or not.
“I am happy that it is brought into the public conversation.
“New technologies must be broadly debated and understood.
“Smart implants are a powerful health technology.
“That is what we are building at DSruptive and our goal is to transform healthcare on a global scale.”
Source: Express U.K.
“Our goal is to transform healthcare on a global scale,” says Sjoblad. But he wants to do it using implanted microchips.
Using a microchip as a scannable code in order to participate in society is not “transforming healthcare” it’s imposing totalitarianism.
Right now, the chips are voluntary and cost about 100 Euros. But in our constantly changing COVID-obsessed world, we’ve seen how quickly things have shifted from being optional to mandatory.
The problem isn’t just the authoritarians that want to exert their will on the people because they’re afraid of lawsuits, but it’s increasingly apparent that there is a large segment of the population that wants to be controlled — for the “greater good” of course.
It certainly seems like the Bible warned us about this sort of thing:
He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
While some might say that microchip implants in your hand or arm at the behest of tech overlords to perhaps be mandated by jackboot authoritarian government officials — the same people that assure you that you’ll “own nothing and be happy”, live in a pod, eat bugs and not meat, give up your car, and have a universal basic income that you use to buy your government-approved weed — is a sign of the end of days, we’ll just call that a “coincidence.” For now.
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