The Micro-Chipping of America’s Freedom
ABC News has reported that in March, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb signed legislation that prohibits companies from forcing workers to implant microchips. That state joins California, Maryland, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Utah with similar legislation. There are no known cases of businesses requiring employees to be ‘microchipped.’ What does this mean for citizens and the workforces in other states?
The chips can are used to unlock doors, start cars, eliminate the need for work passcards, and offer options to pay for things. They could also be used to hold medical information and could be very helpful in emergencies. The chips are about the size of a grain of rice. They can be removed but are not FDA approved. The cost ranges from $150–200. Suddenly every door you open, every bathroom break, every sexual encounter, and every part of your medical information is at the fingertips of not only potential employers but also the Government. Imagine in what capacity they would be utilizing it today if it were an imperative necessity in the United States today with the current President.
According to Wired, In the U.S., this concerted effort has been dubbed Operation Warp Speed. The U.S. government’s Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, or Barda, has so far invested approximately $2.2 billion in Covid-19 vaccine makers, including AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna Therapeutics. In partnership with the National Institutes of Health, these companies are planning to start Phase III trials this summer. Their goal is not to have a long gap between the time they prove that a vaccine works and when they can begin to make it available to lots of people. The issue is a shortage of glass vials and the viability of utilizing Micro-Chipping of the vaccine in trials and offering it to the public.
UID Identification Solutions is posing RFID Temperature Microchips and Readers from UID Identification Solutions to provide a reliable, convenient, and non-intrusive method for routine temperature collections in lab animals. Accurate temperature data is easily collected with a simple scan, as often as needed, and without stressing the animals. The beginning of the loss of Freedom begins with a very benign but beneficial utilization. 24/7 remote monitoring available with the UID, which includes Unique 8-digit identification number, and available sterile in the single cannula for quick and easy insertion. The beginning is just a vaccine away from the Government and others, gaining complete personal private information about you. Keep in mind other Nation States have been working on this as well. Picture what Russia could do with achieving the system to control UID’s of every U.S. citizen and an election.
It begins with a microchip, commonly referred to as a chip, is a radio frequency identification device (RFID) about the size of a grain of rice. When implanted, employees can unlock doors, log into their computers, and even purchase snacks from the vending machine down the hall — with just a wave of the hand. Microchips can also reduce health care costs for employers by tracking factors such as sleep duration, blood pressure, and activity levels. With this information, chips can make recommendations on how employees can improve their health, says Dan Lohrmann, chief security officer and chief strategist for Security Mentor, Inc., and author of “Virtual Integrity.”
Even if there are privacy protections and transparent policies in place; in rare cases, hacking can still happen. There’s also no way for employees to know when their microchip has been scanned! Imagine walking down the street, and the criminal element studying you to see if you would fit what they are looking for that would benefit their clandestine ideas? Imagine hackers getting your private medical files, financial records, and more. According to the Training Industry, and according to a report published in I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, both Government and private-sector organizations must be aware of the fact that RFID chips have the potential to leak private information, without a person’s consent, to anyone with an RFID reader.
Are you ready for employers, financial institutions, home renters, and mortgage companies to know all your details? Are you prepared for the advancement where one can live and die by the pressing of a button on a computer-controlled by some black espionage center? Are you ready for the Government to decide who gains and who loses by a reading of a microchip placed in you that informs all who you love, where you work, what your assets are, and what medical blemishes make up your personality?
When implanted in humans, microchips’ capabilities are still largely unexplored. Beasley, who has two RFID chips (one to pick up his daughter from daycare and one to enter his office building), predicts they will be able to “consolidate” in the future. In other words, he explains, people will have a personal chip that they can register at multiple places, such as their office building, child’s daycare, gym, or anywhere else they regularly visit that requires unique identification. “It will just be that one chip registered everywhere … that’s the advancement of it, I think,” Beasley says.
Lohrmann also sees microchips evolving in the future, predicting that they will become adaptable with other innovative technologies, such as the internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI).
While wearing a mask is not an infringement on any Constitutional freedom, there is much to be concerned about when it comes to micro-chipping the populace in any manner.