As we continue to race forward into the unknown realms of control, tyranny and total removal of individual privacy it comes as no shock to find companies are now beginning to implant their staff with RFID devices. Although in this case the Company in question does state ‘No GPS will be present’ in the devices, The Mail Online reports:
A Wisconsin company announced this week that it plans to install microchips in employees, but they are insisting there will be ‘no GPS tracking’.
Three Square Market, a company that designs software for break room markets, is about to become the first in the US to offer microchip implants to its employees.
According to their press release, the program will be optional for employees and the company will begin implementation on August 1.
The implanted Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) chip will allow workers to make purchases in their break room micro market, open doors, login to computers, use the copy machine, among other things.
This is just the beginning, in the near future Passports, I.D’s, Bus Passes, Student Cards, Car Keys and just about anything else you can think of will all be initiated using your implanted microchip, these devices will become ever more complex and multi-functional, with the ability to process your every move, every day. Every penny spent, every penny earned, every bus taken, hotel booked, night club visited and so on will be automatically sent to a central government mainframe.
Package it up the right way, i.e ‘Saving you money!’, ‘Keeping you safe’, ‘More secure’…. and so on and people will be lining up for the implant.
The article continues:
‘Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc,’ Three Market Square CEO, Todd Westby, said.
Todd Westby is exactly right, this will be standardised, this is the future!
You only have to read this article from the BBC, entitled, ‘Why I want to be Microchipped’ to see just how people are already begging for this technology:
Amal Graafstra, a self-described “adventure technologist” and founder of biohacking company Dangerous Things in Seattle, Washington. He is a double implantee – he has a microchip in each hand.
In his right hand is a re-writable chip, the same kind used in Oyster travel cards, which can be used to store small amounts of data. By pressing his hand to his phone, information can be downloaded from his body or uploaded into it. The left contains a simple identity number that can be scanned to unlock his front door, log into his computer or even start a motorbike