This company embeds microchips in its employees, and they love it

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by ronjor, Aug 17, 2018.

  1. ronjor

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  2. Trooper

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    Can't stand this crap. Will never submit to this. Why do people want to be tracked?
     
  3. Rainwalker

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    Fills the empty space.
     
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    Like every tech, it is not intrinsically "Evil" , it is how people abuse them.
     
  5. Soft Life

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    Along with that chip and the coming 5g network that is the set up for the beast system where you cannot buy or sell without the chip. Want to try to get along in life without it? You will struggle and eventually be taken away. Want to hide in the mountains somewhere? They won't let you.
     
  6. Soft Life

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    I have an Android phone which got wet and i bought a new one. Logged back in under my google name and all of the sudden it asked me to rate everywhere I had been. We all know google phones track but this was a very odd feeling when you look at this huge list on my phone and I start remembering I was at these places.

    This is the conditioning of people to be tracked so that when the chip comes to the general public everyone will be used to it and as such it won't be a big deal. And this is why google admits to it, to train people how it will be,
     
  7. mirimir

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    I can see the utility. But I don't get the advantage over wearing a chip in a wristband. For a few years, I wore one that was basically braided in place on my wrist. If necessary, I could slip it off, but it took time to relax, plus grease.

    I'd only implant something that was useful enough -- and that I trusted enough -- to justify the risk. And I'd only implant it where I could remove it myself, if it came to that.
     
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    The 5g network indeed is part of what you say, but people have been sufficiently primed to swallow it hook line and sinker like salivating over the insane speeds possible. In short it will be a kill grid. For those who go down this route (implants) there will be no turning back. Sores and boils etc. Dissent against this system will cost you everything. Some people won't have to make that choice. The culmination of this period, will see "them" (the evil beast advocates) crying for the rocks to fall on them.
     
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    You can stop Google from storing location history.
    https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2013/...s-everywhere-you-go-heres-how-to-turn-it-off/
     
  10. deBoetie

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    I think you also want these things so it's easy enough for other people to remove easily (or for you to do for them) - without bodily impairment - if they want the thing badly enough. If you implant potentially valuable things in your body, you're asking for trouble for yourself and your family.

    It's one of the things I despise about biometrics actually as opposed to a little external U2F key - the inability to decouple yourself from the token. But as any student of history will know in a very chilling fashion, branded bodily authentication spells bad news for its bearer.
     
  11. james246

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    https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/item/18184-will-microchip-implants-in-humans-become-mandatory

    Hmmn - I know for a fact this idea has been kicking around the intelligence community for years. I guess any asymmetrical thinker can see the downside to the implementation of this technology.

     
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    Yep! Over my dead body will I receive a chip.
     
  14. ProTruckDriver

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    Same here. :thumb:
     
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    I think maybe too much might be made of the macabre manner that is purported to usher folks to such an Apocalypic forced takeover of the human choice to, well, also made hostage in direct contradicting conduct from normal activities. I don't discount or dismiss what could be that end all plan. However if or when that happens, it would have to be conducted in a time of such global chaos and full collapse of global economics and also wars on large scales that give rise to some phantom collection of figures who would wield enormous authority to literally send panic to the point of such a scale no one would escape short of calling it a life and saying, nope, goodbye. Not worth joining something which inevitably would spell doom or worse. Crazy stuff but let's see how far they push that plan.
     
  16. ronjor

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    Thousands Of Swedes Are Inserting Microchips Under Their Skin
     
  17. Soft Life

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    That's the mark of the beast in the bible. it won't be many years now until they want to put all of your banking and bills and ID mechanisms on that chip and stuff it in your hand if you have hands and if not your forehead.

    It will start out in the United States as very convenient. You will have people paying with cards and cash having to go very slowly through lines and less of the lanes as well, and then you will see people with the chip sliding quickly through the lines and out the door onto their busy lives. That will cause people to want it more.
     
  18. Stefan Froberg

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    That's nice. And have these people thinked what happens when power grid is down or network is down? Maybe, let's say in the middle of the winter?

    Good luck paying your stuff then in the cashless society. :argh:
     
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