Implanting microchips in people to track them used to be something that only appeared in futuristic movies.
Unfortunately, the future is now.
The technology now exists and has been successfully tested to allow an identification device of some type, including a tiny microchip, to be implanted under the skin of the hand.
Palm Beach-based Applied Digital Solutions unveiled the VeriChip immediately after the 9/11 tragedy and was approved by the FDA for storing medical information. The Digital Angel™ technology incorporates a microchip, similar to pet identification chips, that can be worn close to the body and includes biosensors that can measure the biological parameters of the body and send the information with RFID (radio frequency identification) technology to a ground station or computer. It will also have an antenna that can receive signals from GPS satellites, thus pinpointing the location of the wearer.
All it takes is a syringe-injected microchip implant for patrons of the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona, Spain to breeze past a “reader” that recognizes their identity, credit balance and even automatically opens doors to exclusive areas of the club for them. “By simply passing by our reader, the Baja Beach Club will know who you are and what your credit balance is,” Conrad K. Chase explains. (WorldNetDaily, April 14, 2004)
In 2018, A Danish firm called BiChip released a new generation of microchip implant that is intended to be readable from a distance and connected to Internet. The company released an update for its microchip implant to associate it with the Ripple cryptocurrency to allow payments to be made using the implanted microchip.
Programmable subcutaneous visible implants could contain biosensors to monitor temperature and blood pressure, and display these readings — clearly a medical advancement.
But the devices could have a more serious purpose. They could be used for electronic tagging similar to what’s going on with the Chinese social credit scoring system. Whenever anyone wanted to buy or sell something, he could be required to wave his hand over a scanning device that would read the chip, identify the buyer or seller, and validate or invalidate the sale.
As 5G technology and the Internet of Things become more pervasive, the global tracking of its citizens will become even more commonplace.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates wants to launch human-implantable capsules that have ‘digital certificates’ which can show who has been tested for the coronavirus and who has been vaccinated against it.
A watchdog group called Mint Press News discovered DARPA’s move to institutionalize these implantable biochips by 2021.
“Once firmly implanted inside the body, human cells are at the mercy of any mRNA program delivered via this substrate, unleashing a nightmare of possibilities. It is, perhaps, the first true step towards full-on transhumanism; a “philosophy” that is in vogue with many powerful and influential people, such as Google’s Ray Kurzweil and Eric Schmidt and whose proponents see the fusion of technology and biology as an inevitable consequence of human progress.”
People like Kurzweil, Schmidt, and their cronies are no doubt behind the scenes pushing for H.R. 6666 — the so-called Testing, Reaching & Contacting Everyone Act, or TRACE Act, to pay for these insidious “biochips.”
These are the kinds of ideas that big government and their so-called “public-private partnership” satellite organizations come up with when they think they’ve scared the public enough to coerce them into paying for such technology with their tax dollars.
The technology they’re promoting has such limited appeal, it has to be mandatory to ensure the D.C. lobbyists can even have a slim chance at someone adopting their products.
While we’re being sold on the benefits of an implanted chip, I believe it’s important to know the dark history of the chip and the satanic roots of this technology.
Verichip and the Fourth Reich