The totalitarian control of people through implanted chips has begun. Naturally, the totalitarian state Sweden takes the lead.
Employees of the company Epicenter in Stockholm has received a microchip implanted in their hand, to use the copier, open security doors and buy lunch at work, the news outlet Exponerat writes.
The chip is the size of a grain of rice and uses the same technology as contact-less credit cards, RFID, and is just as vulnerable to copying and capture of stored personal data. A skilled hacker can easily copy the information and steal that person's identity.
It is hoped that the entire workforce of 700 are to submit to the new order and allow the company to modify their bodies.
The personal integrity's slayer, Hannes Sjöblad, director of BioNyfiken who implanted the chip, think it is a natural step in the right direction for the future.
- We associate with the technology all the time. Today it is a little dicey. We need PIN codes and passwords. Would it not be easier just to show your hand? he says.
In a chilling comment Sjöblad prepares us for what is to come.
- We want to be able to understand this technology before large corporations and governments require that all people should have a chip implanted; a chip from the Tax Office, one from Google or Facebook.
As early as in 2007 film producer and activist Aaron Russo warned us about this development. New World Order, controlled by the world's richest families, want to chip all of mankind. Cash will be abolished and the chip will contain virtual money that the government can take from you whenever they want.
He also warns that they can turn off the chip if they want, so that you can not withdraw money, buy food, or function in society. Something that should worry first and foremost independent-minded people who have different opinions than those who rule the world.
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