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+ - Human GPS Microchipping - Should We Ban It or Embrace it?->

Submitted by boguspoppu
boguspoppu (2755639) writes "Who are you? Where are you? What have you done?

Tiny GPS microchips with your personal info might be slipped under your skin, leaving you lighter, ID tossed in the shredder. But wait is this a sensible techno-transfusion? An H+ enhancement that liberates us from Luddite wallets crammed with primitive currency and dozens of stupid, unwieldy cards?

Or is it dangerous? Biblical apocalyptics say it is the “Mark of the Beast” — they think microchipping is mandated in the health care reform of Barack Obama, aka “The Anti-Christ.”

More rationally, will microchips cement “Big Brother’s” control of the “sheeple”? Nick Rockefeller reportedly told filmmaker Aaron Russo in 2007 that the goal of “bankers and the elite” was to microchip everyone “to control the whole society.”

Are microchips the new yellow Stars of David that Nazis forced Jews to wear? The numeric tattoos scrawled on concentration camp forearms? Are we being marched into a future holocaust? VeriChip is backed by IBM; fretful theorists point to an IBM-Nazi alliance.

Will microchips really make us “safer”? Can they be “cloned”? Will they cause cancer? Are they a step forward in the evolution of humanity, or the final annihilation of individuality? Wisconsin, North Dakota, and a half-dozen other states outlawed mandatory microchipping. Web presences like “We The People Will Not Be Chipped” warn US citizens that microchips will incarcerate us in brainwashed slavery....

read the rest at http://transhumanity.net/articles/entry/human-gps-microchipping-embrace-it-or-ban-it1"

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