People In Sweden Are Rushing To Have Microchips Inserted Into Their Hands To Make Life More Convenient

This is crazy….

Reality Decoded

People are excited to get chipped as soon as possible in Sweden, where the RFID technology is moving forward quickly to supply consumers wanting a more convenient life.

The chips are the size of a grain of rice. They are inserted just under the skin next to the thumb.

The chips are used for:

  • Shopping
  • Replacing Keys
  • Identification
  • Emergency Contact Details
  • Social Media Profiles
  • E-tickets

In America chips are being injected into some prisoners depending on the state. Some hospitals are using it on patients with memory issues.

RFID use in America:

A few companies in America are also starting to use the chip for access to secured areas. You may soon see this at your job. It should remain optional….. for a few more years.

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13 thoughts on “People In Sweden Are Rushing To Have Microchips Inserted Into Their Hands To Make Life More Convenient

      • I agree. The hoi polloi are just looking for an easier way to become better consumers, i.e. garbage makers and damn the consequences. Chipping is fascism in action and it is a historical fact that northern Europeans are attracted to that sort of authoritarian political system so they don’t care that they are giving away their autonomy to the state/corporation/bank.

    • Born of an era when privacy was possible, correction, a fundamental pillar of society – I’m astonished by how quickly people are willing to surrender privacy in the name of “convenience,”
      Perspective – listened to a report on CBC radio this afternoon. Topic – using analytics to track movement of people ordered by local, state or provincial government to stay home in pandemic times. Sidebar -Taiwan did this, it’s legal in America,,not legal in Canada at the moment without a court order pertaining to specific individuals in question.
      Call me a dinosaur, but I guess what I’m saying is I’m horrified by RFID chip implications. Sigh.

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