by Brandon Turbeville
April 22, 2015
Partial-summarized Spanish version
Interestingly, a 2007 clip from NBC News has, for
some reason, been making the rounds on the Internet once again as if
it were being broadcast for the first time.
This clip and the accompanying commentary has served
to galvanize those reading and listening to it into one of two
camps: one that is subject to overhype, "clickbait" titles and
panic; and another that is firmly entrenched in the American sheep
class for whom no bad news or reports of malfeasance is real or
anything other than a conspiracy theory.
This is because the NBC clip is an issue that would affect each and
every individual in the country on a deeply personal level.
Entitled, "The Year 2017," the report predicts a near future in
which every American will be micro-chipped by the year 2017:
Yet, while such a report may have caused
consternation amongst the general public even as recently as 2007,
much has changed in the last seven or so years.
The year 2015 brings a new kind of American, one that
is largely unconcerned with anything other than the most basic needs
of sustenance and entertainment.
While, in 2007, Americans who were willing to engage
the ruling class in the idea of micro-chipping humans were still a
distinct minority, the seven years after the report has seen a major
increase in the population of individuals who are indeed willing to
consider the possibility.
But, while those actually concerned about the idea of a micro-chipped
population are often bombarded with misinformation such as rumors
that the AHCA contains provisions to forcibly implant microchips,
the concerns over micro-chipping (mandatory and otherwise) are very
real. Indeed, not only does the technology exist, it is currently
Indeed, the goal is to gradually expand the frequency
and ubiquity of such technology until it becomes the norm and,
eventually, a procedure enforced by law.
Biometrics Already Used
The video clip mentioned above is focused entirely upon the concept
of biometric methods/micro-chipping being used for the purposes of
identification and financial transactions.
As the report mentions, forms of biometric
identification for payment and ID have been used for years, with
relatively warm reception amongst the general public despite the
fact that the majority have yet to join the bandwagon.
Regardless, such technology has expanded at a rapid pace over the
last ten years, intensifying its presence over the last five
For instance, in June 2012
it was announced by
Homeland Security News Wire that researchers at the Biometric
Technologies Laboratory at the
University of Calgary have improved upon current commercially
available biometric identification technologies to the point of
creating a form of artificial intelligence capable of making
decisions regarding biometric information received from a variety of
The new biometric security program works by simulating the "learning
patterns and cognitive processes of the brain." The system was
developed by the research and application of "neural network-based
models for information fusion."
article published in the Sunday Telegraph on December 4, 2011,
Rosie Squires describes another biometric scheme and how many
Australian employers are introducing a fingerprinting program in
order to monitor employees and "save costs."
new fingerprint scanners will be taking the place of time
clocks, trust, responsible hiring, and, apparently, competent
No longer will the employees of companies such as
Qantas, Dan Murphy's, Breville, and Unomedical be able to clock in
and out of work in the traditional manner. In order to prevent
employees from "arriving late or slacking off," the workers will now
be forced to render some of their most private information to their
employer via the new scanners.
The new technology,
PeopleKey, will be used not only to clock employees on their way
in and out, but also to monitor their progress over the course of
the workday, as well as other potential incidents of "slacking off"
like using the bathroom or daring to engage a fellow employee in
Vein scanners are another biometric technology being introduced. In
an article published on August 8, 2011 in Technology Review,
Cell Phone Wallets, Biometrics Promise Truly Wallet-Free Future,"
explains that major corporations are not even waiting for the
"digital wallet" to catch on.
They are actually moving forward with a system that
will allow for an individual to swipe their palm, not their phone,
in front of a digital recognition device in order to gain access to
various buildings, pay for merchandise, or otherwise identify
a new system, known as
PalmSecure, requires no tangible hardware on the part of the
user, so phones are not necessary. All it requires is that the user
wave his/her hands in front of an electronic reader and the small
device reads the unique pattern of veins by way of near-infrared
New York University's Langone Medical Center has already implemented
the vein scanners in some of its medical facilities.
the scanners are being
placed in the hospital under the guise of
greater convenience (the marketing gift that keeps on giving)
and faster access to medical records.
Health histories, insurance forms, and other
documents are all handled electronically and at a much faster pace
with the help of the new vein scanners.
reports for Reuters:
The initial set-up for a new patient takes about
a minute, the hospital said, while subsequent scans only take
about a second.
"We can then just ask one question: 'Has your
insurance changed?' Birnbaum [Bernard Birnbaum, the vice dean
and chief of hospital operations for the center] said. If 'no,'
you don't have to fill out a single form."
Although NYU's program has received more attention
than most of the
other vein scanner stations, it is important to remember that it
not the only one of its kind.
It is merely one of the first to be implemented at a
hospital in the Northeast. Several
other hospitals have already introduced the system and more will
Schools, too, have begun to implement the
systems. For instance, the
Pinellas County School District in Florida
recently announced that it was
introducing the system in order,
"to identify students and
thereby reduce waste and the
threat of impersonation."
With the new scanners, the students are able to have their meals
deducted from their account, upon scanning their palms, as they
march single file in the feeding lines during lunch time.
this type of technology is not new to Pinellas County. The students
finger scanning in order to gain access to their lunch for
Google, DNA screening companies, and other technology firms are not
the only institutions attempting to gain access to DNA material. In
fact, one of the most disturbing groups (outside government itself)
that have embarked on a mission to acquire DNA samples is the
Lodge of Freemasonry.
MasoniChip, the program is
openly administered by the Grand
Lodge and is operated with the support of governments in both the
United States and Canada.
Indeed, MasoniChip has received so much
support from the government sector that many have been duped into
believing that it is merely a government program being supported by
the Masons even though the reality is actually the opposite.
MasoniChip promoters set up fairs, advertise the program through
local school districts and enter into partnerships with local law
enforcement. In typical form, the mainstream media also promotes the
program and the organization, which apparently has possession of its
own police dog, Mason.
For those who may be in the dark as to what MasoniChip is, Amy
MacPherson of the Huffington Post
describes the program is this manner:
It begins on the surface as a child
identification project, in case your loved ones are ever to be
horrendously abducted. Parents are familiar with at-home kits to
record their kids' vital information, for protection against the
greatest of all fears to be inflicted on a family.
Normally height, weight, hair and eye color are
recorded, along with a set of fingerprints and hopefully a
current photograph. It's just the good folks at your local
Masonic Lodge saw fit to take things further.
With advances in technology, they began to offer
digital fingerprints, digital imaging, digital
video, dental impressions and DNA mouth swabs. This data
processing is managed by their proprietary software that's
designed to be compatible with local and national law
This is after all, a campaign created by
police in the brotherhood regardless of its private funding.
Yet, for all the conflation between the Masonic
program with government involvement, the truth is that the program
is entirely private - meaning it belongs to the Grand Lodge.
The Freemasons' own website
clearly states that this is the case
We the Freemasons are the sole "sponsor" of the
Masonic Safety Identification initiatives as developed in our
various Masonic Grand Lodge Jurisdictions.
As such we schedule the Events and coordinate the
equipment, materials and volunteers necessary to conduct events.
All groups and individuals are welcome to work
alongside, but they are not referred as sponsors but listed and
involved as "supporters", "supporting partners", "corporate
partners", "in collaboration with", or "in cooperation with."
MasoniChip states that, in addition to recording the
children's data themselves, it will provide its own "health
care professionals" to collect the DNA samples at whatever event
the DNA gathering is scheduled to occur.
As MacPherson writes,
There is no way to guarantee what happens behind
closed doors and although they claim to delete sensitive
information (the Canadian website
"No information is ever stored by the MasoniChIP program"), any
computer savvy person knows that clicking an "x" isn't permanent
unless you format the entire system.
Parents are asked to trust an intriguing, private fraternity; to
ensure that quality standards are met and family privacy is
legally respected without any kind of oversight.
Because Freemasons fund 100 per cent of the
initiative, there is no opportunity to discuss issues regarding
data ownership or how they feel about those technicalities in
the privacy of their meetings.
With somber scrutiny and if further tragedy struck, authorities
would match remains with parental samples for definitive
It is the parents' DNA that could aid in matching
the unnamed, but only accredited laboratories are permitted to
conduct the process. Whether a parent or child, collecting DNA
cannot occur at an open park event, run by stranger volunteers
and become admissible to the national database.
FBI continually quotes the DNA Identification Act of 1994 in
establishing these requirements to be included within
It is with great sadness for grieving families that we must note
the Freemason project is not supported by government DNA
Overall, MacPherson accurately concludes that,
"the most controversial component of the
MasoniChip undertaking is not recognized for the purpose they
advertise and state to parents."
Of course, regardless of the stated reasons for
acquiring the DNA samples, a massive DNA database is being created.
The MasoniChip program itself has registered over
children by the end of 2012 and is apparently going to be
extended to seniors and the disabled in the near future.
In the conclusion to her article, MacPherson asked the question,
"And why is the face of government through public
schools or police through public events, being placed on an
effort from private organizations to mislead parents?"
The answer, of course, is clear so long as one is not
concerned with being labeled a conspiracy theorist.
Yet the programs and technologies mentioned above are by no means
the pinnacle of biometric application that contain a heavy element
of cashless society promotion and data retention on the part of the
security state surveillance apparatus.
For instance, Nicholas West of Activist Post has
extensively detailed biometrics-related
technology as well as the creation and implementation of
AI (Artificial Intelligence), surveillance technology, and even
electronic-technological mind control technology developed by the
corporate/government weapons industry and DARPA-style development
Similarly, the question of the existence and implementation of
microchips for tracking, tracing, identification, and other purposes
is not merely an concept scheduled for deployment in the future, it
is one that is already here.
In fact, the practice of implanting microchips for
both identification and tracking has been around for quite some
Earlier this year, an office building in Stockholm, Sweden began
implanting its workers with microchips for the purpose of
identification, to allow staff members to interact with smartphones,
open doors, gain access to specific locations, and operate
In doing a report for BBC on the Epicenter building
which houses offices for Google and Microsoft, Rory Cellan-Jones
volunteered to be micro-chipped and had a chip embedded in his hand.
Cellan-Jones was not the only BBC reporter to have been implanted
with a microchip. In 2004, another BBC reporter, Simon Morton,
was embedded with a microchip while working on a report about a
Barcelona nightclub that uses microchips for VIP admittance and
accepting payment for drinks.
The same year, it was reported by numerous mainstream media
organizations that at least 160 Mexican government employees were
implanted with microchips for "security reasons," with plans to
implant even more in the coming months.
As Will Weissert of Associated Press
Security has reached the subcutaneous level for
Mexico's attorney general and at least 160 people in his office
-- they have been implanted with microchips that get them access
to secure areas of their headquarters.
It's a pioneering application of a technology
that is widely used in animals but not in humans.
Mexico's top federal prosecutors and
investigators began receiving chip implants in their arms in
November in order to get access to restricted areas inside the
attorney general's headquarters, said Antonio Aceves, general
director of Solusat, the company that distributes the microchips
Attorney General Rafael Macedo de la Concha and
160 of his employees were implanted at a cost to taxpayers of
$150 for each rice grain-sized chip.
More are scheduled to get "tagged" in coming
months, and key members of the Mexican military, the police and
the office of President Vicente Fox might follow suit, Aceves
Fox's office did not immediately return a call seeking
A spokeswoman for Macedo de la Concha's office
said she could not comment on Aceves' statements, citing
security concerns. But Macedo himself mentioned the chip program
to reporters Monday, saying he had received an implant in his
He said the chips were required to enter a new
federal anti-crime information center.
"It's only for access, for security," he
The chips also could provide more certainty about
who accessed sensitive data at any given time. In the past, the
biggest security problem for Mexican law enforcement has been
corruption by officials themselves.
Weissert also reported that over 1,000 Mexicans had
them implanted for medical reasons.
The CEO of Applied Digital Solutions, Scott
Silverman, also revealed that ADS had sold around 7,000 chips and
that a sizable number had been implanted in individuals for security
or identification purposes.
In 2002, a family in Boca Raton, Florida was voluntarily implanted
with microchips in order to provide a more rapid response to medical
emergencies and because they were
concerned about terrorism after 9/11.
As USA Today
A Florida family on Friday became the first to be
implanted with computer chips that researchers hope will someday
become an easy way to provide emergency room staffers with
patients' medical information.
Jeff and Leslie Jacobs, along with their
14-year-old son, Derek, had the tiny chips implanted in their
arms. Each chip is about the size of a grain of rice, and
insertion takes about a minute under local anesthesia.
The chips, called the VeriChip, were designed by
Palm Beach-based Applied Digital Solutions. They are similar to
chips implanted in pets to identify them if they are lost.
The family wanted the implants in case of future medical
In 2011, CityWatch, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based firm
became the first US business to use microchips in its employees.
For years, many have mocked the idea of
implantable microchips and cyborgs as both conspiracy theories
and science fiction.
Anyone who so much as mentioned these possibilities
to their neighbor risked being labeled either as a religious fanatic
or delusional and paranoid. However, as they have become
more prevalent in everyday society, it has become increasingly
difficult to ridicule these concepts.
For instance, with stories like the Singularity Hub article
New Brain Chip allows Monkeys to Grasp and Feel Objects Using Their
Thoughts," these emerging technological possibilities are almost
impossible to ignore.
This article discusses how scientists have recently announced the
an implantable device that can be placed in the brain and which
will allow for the control of computers by thought.
Miguel Nicolelis and company have already tested these
devices in monkeys with stunningly accurate results. In addition to
allowing the user to control the computer by thought, it also allows
the user to feel the virtual object it is manipulating.
This device is not the first of its kind.
For years, implants have allowed monkeys to
control computer cursors and even
robotic arms in laboratory settings.
In a 2011
experiment, two macaque monkeys were trained to control a
virtual arm represented on the computer screen and use the arm to
"grasp" virtual objects. The difference between this latest
experiment and those that have preceded it, however, is that these
monkeys were able to actually feel the objects they were grasping.
In a testament to just how fast the coming cyberization of mankind
has progressed, a new report published by the Daily Mail entitled, "Hitler
would have loved The Singularity - Mind-blowing benefits of merging
human brains and computers," reaffirms most of what I have been
writing about for some time. Namely, that the merging of man and
machine is much closer than the average person is willing to
In the news report, Ian Morris, Professor of Classics and
History at Stanford University and author of
Why The West Rules - For Now, briefly overviews years of
mainstream history involving the development and implementation of
Before going much further, however, it is important for the reader
to understand just what is meant when the term "Singularity"
Defined by TIME, "Singularity" is,
"The moment when technological change becomes so
rapid and profound, it represents a rupture in the fabric of
Simply put, Singularity is the moment when
machine merge to create a new type of human - a singular entity that
contains property of both machines and humans.
If the concept of Singularity is new to you, I suggest reading
Singularity Movement, Immortality, and Removing the Ghost in the
In this article, I discuss the premise behind the
movement, and some of the implications it holds for basic human
freedom, dignity, and even our own existence.
Unfortunately, Singularity is not a fringe movement as some might
believe at first; it has a great number of followers, many of whom
are in powerful positions. For instance, the
University is a three-year-old institution that offers
inter-disciplinary courses for both executives and graduate
It is hosted by NASA, a notorious front for
secretive projects conducted by the government and the
military-industrial complex. Not only that, but
Google, which is yet another corporate front for intelligence
agencies, was a founding sponsor of the University as well.
It is this context in which Ian Morris writes his own article about
the coming merger of human brains and computers.
Morris prefaces his commentary on Singularity by pointing out some
mainstream (even if not well-known) facts regarding the development
of technology that he, and many others who are informed on the
subject, believes will allow for actually sending human thoughts
over the Internet.
All of this, of course, will take place after human
brains are chipped, or otherwise linked to computers.
Ten years ago, the US National Science Foundation
predicted 'network-enhanced telepathy' - sending thoughts over
the internet - would be practical by the 2020s.
And thanks to neuroscientists at the University of California,
we seem to be on schedule.
Last September, they asked volunteers to watch
Hollywood film trailers and then reconstructed the clips by
scanning their subjects' brain activity.
He continues by saying:
Last week, the scientists boldly went further
They charted the electrical activity in the brains of
volunteers who were listening to human speech and then they fed
the results into computers which translated the signals back
The technique remains crude, and has so far made out only five
distinct words, but humanity has crossed a threshold.
The threshold that Morris refers to is the moment
where the merging of man and machine are announced to the general
public, not necessarily the moment when it becomes possible.
Indeed, we know that any research or development
announced to the general public is, in reality, much further behind
the true capabilities of the technology. For instance, the ability
control brain function via computers or for
brains to control computers by thought has been available for
Only the crude forms of this technology have been
introduced for mass consumption. Even so, the introduction came a
great many years after the actual development.
Yet, after pointing out some of the positive aspects that this
technology might present to humanity, such as providing speech to
those impaired by neurodegenerative diseases, or movement to those
suffering from paralysis, Morris points out some other rather
disturbing directions this rapidly developing technology might take.
Disturbing, that is, if one is not part of the
Nevertheless, Morris moves through some innocuous and unquestionably
beneficial developments such as eyeglasses and ear trumpets, which
show the lengths to which technology has progressed and the
relatively short time scale it has taken to do so.
These devices have either become a normal part of
life, or have given way to other more advanced technologies. These
more advanced devices such as hearing aids, dialysis machines, and
pacemakers have all become normal and accepted machine additions as
However, as Morris writes:
By the second decade of the 21st
Century, we have become used to organs grown in laboratories,
genetic surgery and designer babies.
In 2002, medical researchers used enzymes and DNA
to build the first molecular computers, and in 2004 improved
versions were being injected into people's veins to fight
By 2020 we may be able to put even cleverer nano-computers
into our brains to speed up synaptic links, give ourselves
perfect memory and perhaps cure dementia.
If nano-computers implanted in our brains would
indeed increase these functions of the human brain, making then
possible the furthering of other related technological and other
biotechnological advancements, then it is realistic to believe (as
many in the Singularity movement do) that the human being as we know
it will cease to exist.
The old man will be replaced by the new. That which
was made imperfect would be made perfect.
This is exactly the future which
Singularity promoters like Juan Enriquez have been foreseeing.
Enriquez's long resume affirms the fact that those in prominent
positions hold fast to what is essentially a modern version of
eugenics based on more than just mere ethnicity.
states that humanity, by virtue of Singularity, will develop into an
entirely different species.
The new human species is one that begins to
engineer the evolution of viruses, plants, animals, and itself.
As we do that, Darwin's rules get bent, and
sometimes even broken. By taking direct and deliberate control
over our evolution, we are living in a world where we are
modifying stuff according to our desires...
Eventually, we get to the point where evolution
is guided by what we're engineering. That's a big deal. Today's
plastic surgery is going to seem tame compared to what's coming.
Enriquez also admits that, as a result of this
emerging technology, a "new ethics" must be developed to go along
with the opportunities for eugenics that now present themselves.
The issue of [genetic variation] is a really
uncomfortable question, one that for good reason, we have been
avoiding since the 1930s and '40s.
A lot of the research behind the eugenics
movement came out of elite universities in the U.S. It was
disastrously misapplied. But you do have to ask, if there are
fundamental differences in species like dogs and horses and
birds, is it true that there are no significant differences in
We are going to have an answer to that question
If we do, we need to think through an ethical,
moral framework to think about questions that go way beyond
However, the open promoters of Singularity such as
Juan Enriquez and
Ray Kurzweil are not the root of the movement.
As Morris points out, the funding of projects related
to the merging of the human brain with that of the computer has been
by DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency).
After all, as Morris points out,
DARPA that produced
the Internet (called ARPANET in the 1970s)
and it was DARPA's
Brain Interface Project that was the first voyage in molecular
As I mentioned earlier, however, one should be aware
that even these projects that been announced and revealed to the
general public are actually far behind in the true time scale of
DARPA's research and discoveries are years or decades
ahead of anything they introduce, even retroactively, to the
scientific community at large, much less the general public.
This is why programs such as,
Silent Talk, are exploring mind reading technology by virtue of
reading the electrical signals inside the brains of soldiers, then
broadcasting them for two-way communication with soldiers over the
As Morris writes,
"With these implants, entire armies will be able
to talk without radios. Orders will leap instantly into
soldiers' heads and commanders' wishes will become the wishes of
Add this to the fact that "mind reading" technology
is already being rolled out in Western airports, and one can easily
see an agenda at work.
A very crude version of the neuron-scanning
technology discussed by Morris, these "Emotion
Detectors" use video cameras and facial cues, as well as thermal
imaging technology, to detect emotions that are unacceptable to
However, the technology Morris writes about is much more advanced
than emotion scanners. Even the definition of "mind reading" in
terms of the new interface programs tends to be more dynamic.
Consider how Morris describes Ray Kurzweil's prediction of where
mind reading programs will go in the future.
Since the Sixties, computer chips have been
doubling their speed and halving their cost every 18 months or
If the trend continues, the inventor and
predictor Ray Kurzweil has pointed out that by 2029 we will have
computers powerful enough to run programs reproducing the 10,000
trillion electrical signals that flash around your skull every
They will also have enough memory to store the
ten trillion recollections that make you who you are. And they
will also be powerful enough to scan, neuron by neuron, every
contour and wrinkle of your brain.
What this means is that if the trends of the past
50 years continue, in 17 years' time we will be able to upload
an electronic replica of your mind on to a machine
There will be two of you - one a flesh-and-blood
animal, the other inside a computer's circuits.
And if the trends hold fast beyond that, Kurzweil
adds, by 2045 we will have a computer that is powerful enough to
host every one of the eight billion minds on earth.
Carbon and silicon-based intelligence will merge
to form a single global consciousness.
The world being described here is not much different
than the one presented in movies like The Matrix or Ghost
in the Shell; a world where humans have been physically altered
in order to be linked with the Internet.
In both movies, there is a version of the "single
global consciousness" where cyberized humans are fully merged into
the virtual world.
Yet, although such technology has been portrayed as science fiction
for years, the fact is that the Singularity is now a very real
As US Col. Thomas Adams stated, technology,
"is rapidly taking us to a place where we may not
want to go, but probably are unable to avoid."
He should know - Western militaries have been
preparing for the Singularity for some time.
In this context, where war becomes literally
ingrained, the dystopic vision of dark science fiction becomes
promoted as a real-world solution. The concept and actual
application of the control of the human brain by outside forces via
a "brain chip" is itself nothing new, even in popular discourse.
For instance, in 1965, it was reported by the New
York Times that Dr. Jose Delgado was able to control the
brain and body of a bull via the use of a "brain chip."
In the article entitled "Matador
with A Radio Stops Wired Bull - Modified Behavior in Animals the
Subject of Brain Study," John A. Osmundsen reported,
Afternoon sunlight poured over the high wooden
barriers into the ring, as the brave bull bore down on the
unarmed "matador" - a scientist who had never before faced a
fighting bull. But the charging animals horns never reached the
man behind the red cape.
Moments before that could happen, Dr Jose
Delgado, the scientist, pressed a button on a small radio
transmitter in his hand and the bull braked to a halt. Then he
pressed another button on the transmitter, and the bull
obediently turned to the right and trotted away.
The bull was obeying commands in his brain that
were being called forth by electrical stimulation - by the radio
signals - of certain regions in which the fine wires had been
painlessly implanted the day before.
The experiment, conducted last year in Cordova,
Spain, by Dr Delgado of Yale University's School of Medicine,
was probably the most spectacular demonstration ever performed
of the deliberate modification of animal behavior through
external control of the brain. He has been working in this field
for more than 15 years.
Techniques that he and other scientists have
recently developed have been refined to the point where, he
"a turning point has been reached in the
study of the mind."
"I do believe," he said in a recent lecture,
"that an understanding of the biological bases of social and
antisocial behavior and of mental activities, which for the
first time in history can now be explored in a conscious
brain, may be of decisive importance in the search for
intelligent solutions to some of our present anxieties,
frustrations and conflicts."
Dr Delgado's contention that brain research has
reached a stage of refinement where it can contribute to the
solution of some. . .problems is based he said, on many of his
These have shown, he explained, that,
"functions traditionally related to the
psyche, such as friendliness, pleasure or verbal expression,
can be induced, modified and inhibited by direct electrical
stimulation of the brain."
For example, he has been able to "play" monkeys
and cats like little electronic toys that yawn, hide, fight,
play, mate and go to sleep on command.
With such techniques, Dr Delgado has shown:
Monkeys will learn to press a button that
sends a stimulus to the brain of an enraged member of
the colony and calms it down, indicating that animals
can be taught to control each others behavior.
A monkey, stimulated to extremely
aggressive behavior will make "intelligent" attacks only
on competitive members of the colony, sparing other,
Monkeys and cats can be triggered into
sequential behavior in which one might open its mouth,
turn around, walk to a corner, climb a wall, jump down
and return to "start," repeating those movements in the
same order every time they are stimulated but will
modify the pattern if other animals get in the way or if
they are threatened.
The latter two experiments show that electrical
brain stimulation does not simply evoke automatic responses but
reactions that become integrated into the social behavior
according to the individuals own personality or temperament, Dr
Propaganda, and Coercion
Without a doubt, many of the stories mentioned above were reported
by the mainstream media outlets not for the purpose of alerting
citizens to a coming violation of their privacy and/or
personal/civil liberties nor even to begin a debate about the merits
or negative aspects to implanting microchips in humans, but as
predictive programming to condition the average person to accept
For years, secretive documents had discussed the idea of possible
micro-chipping of the human population.
Over recent years, however, mainstream media reports
on major news organizations have consistently "revealed" isolated
incidents of individuals volunteering for chipping or being
otherwise coerced by their employers in other countries.
Along with these stories - presented solely for the
purposes of conditioning the public to accept the idea and practice
of chipping in "some" instances and thus all "other" instances as
well - came the stories predicting that by year "*insert year here*"
all Americans would be fully micro-chipped.
In addition to predictive programming, these articles
and predictions are fully designed to present the reader with a
sense of inevitability that the culture of chipped humans will
indeed exist in the near future.
For instance, the Dateline episode mentioned at the beginning of
this article is case in point, predicting that all Americans will be
micro-chipped by 2017 with an air of relative certainty.
In his book,
Age of Spiritual Machines, Transhumanism proponent Ray
Kurzweil predicted that computers would be implanted in the
brains of humans allowing them to access the Internet with their
minds by 2019,
creating a "human underclass" of those individuals who refuse to
become part of the Singularity.
The UK Ministry of Defense's Concept and Doctrine
90-page document which, according to the Guardian, predicted
"By 2035, an implantable 'information chip' could
be wired directly to the brain.
A growing pervasiveness of information
communications technology will enable states, terrorists or
criminals, to mobilize 'flashmobs', challenging security forces
to match this potential agility coupled with an ability to
concentrate forces quickly in a small area."
Unfortunately, the method of predictive programming
and the sense of inevitability (a
MindWar) is exceedingly effective.
Indeed, while the vast majority of Americans are
entertaining themselves into a prison cell and have no concern for
anything other than their most basic needs and
entertainment/pleasure avenues, others will jump at the chance to be
at the head of the trendy line.
In the ranks of those who find this trend concerning
and are aware of the agenda, most are members of the alternative
media community who have fallen into complacency or the unfortunate
trend of doing nothing more than panicking, hiding, and yapping
about the problem as opposed to organizing a counterattack.
Others still are convinced by their religion that a
micro-chipped and controlled population is "God's Will" and thus,
inevitable and unchangeable.
The beginning steps of introducing the idea of chipping humans was
move to microchip pets to prevent their becoming lost. That idea, so
"successful" in animals, then turned towards humans - children,
mentally ill, elderly - and ultimately to every other person
regardless of health or mental faculties.
Clearly, Will Weissert correctly described the chip in his article
by stating that,
"The chip originally was developed to track
livestock and wildlife and to let pet owners identify runaway
In another comparison, it is important to point out
that the procedure of implanting animals and pets with microchips
was, at one point, considered taboo.
After a significant media campaign, however, bringing
veterinarians, animal welfare advocates, concerned pet owners, and
other "experts" on board, the tide of public opinion slowly began to
shift. Now, one can scarcely find an animal that has not been
chipped, particularly at any shelter or pet store.
This is much the same media campaign that has been implemented in
the promotion of human chipping.
Combined with fear, "snob appeal" is and will be used
to promote the chipping of the human population.
The chip will first
be used to allay fear of terrorism, death, or losing one's family
members and will then, as in the case of the Spanish nightclub, take
on a more trendy and desirable presentation.
Cool people have chips. Rich people have chips. Only
religious fundamentalists and squares refuse them.
Once again, convenience and social class will be used
to drag Americans and, eventually, the rest of the world into an
even greater, perhaps irrevocable, prison than that which they are
Yet, we can go even further back to another media campaign to see
the precedent for the eventual forced chipping in the debate over
mandatory vaccination where individuals are forced to inject
something into their bodies that they do not consent to or approve
of having injected.
This very fact was admitted by the Air Force itself
in a 1996 article entitled "Implanted
Microscopic Chip." In this article, the authors admit that the
precedent for chip implantation is the process of vaccination and,
specifically, the policy of mandatory vaccination.
The article reads,
Ethical and Public Relations Issues. Implanting
"things" in people raises ethical and public relations issues.
While these concerns may be founded on today's
thinking, in 2025 they may not be as alarming. We already are
evolving toward technology implanting.
For example, the military currently requires its
members to receive mandatory injections of biological organisms
(i.e., the flu shot). In the civilian world, people receive
mechanical hearts and other organs. Society has come to accept
most of these implants as a fact of life.
By 2025 it is possible medical technology will
have nerve chips that allow amputees to control artificial limbs
or eye chips that allow the blind to see. The civilian populace
will likely accept an implanted microscopic chips that allow
military members to defend vital national interests.
Further, the US military will continue to be a
volunteer force that will freely accept the chip because it is a
tool to control technology and not as a tool to control the
After looking at how many different applications and programs are
currently being developed and introduced, with absolutely no prior
demand from the consuming public, one thing is clear - there is a
coordinated effort to implement these types of cashless, and now
even person-less, transactions and to persuade the general public to
accept, use, and ultimately, become enslaved by them.
The marketing campaigns attached to these technologies are not so
much advertisements as they are culture creation and perception
coming cashless society is clearly a top-down system that is
being introduced; not one that has emerged from grassroots
Still, there are many who would have a hard time believing that any
cashless digital system would be used for anything other than a
Surely the banks and corporations that have ruined
their lives in a myriad of different ways wouldn't seek to wield any
more control over them than they already do. Right?
Unfortunately, anyone who is willing to follow this incredibly na´ve
way of thinking is in for a rude awakening.
The road map is clear.
First, this technology will be introduced as a cool, convenient,
trendy app, complete with snob appeal, with which to impress your
Then, soon after it becomes more affordable, more
available, and easier to use, there will be incentives offered
(discounts, "credits," etc.) to entice more and more people to use
these methods of payment or identification.
Once these methods become common place, we will begin
to see the withering away of "outdated" and "archaic" methods of
payment like cash and checks or traditional - even biometric - forms
However, managing "your entire financial life from a single device"
comes with potential pitfalls.
This has been highlighted, albeit
unintentionally, by those who wish to promote this new wave of
Indeed, in an effort to promote the use of digital payment apps and
to neutralize the security and privacy questions which massively
surround their use, the USA TODAY article mentioned above states,
"Phones (and apps) can be password-protected.
Security elements are built into the NFC chips. It's easy to
remotely shut down a digital wallet if necessary."
Of course they can.
So can any microchip implanted under the skin. But
most of those using such devices rarely question whether that
capability will be used for their enslavement.
When all forms of transactions become cashless, whether they
end up on a card or on a smartphone app, it will only be a short
amount of time before banks, corporations, cell phone companies, and
governments use the power they have over the users' accounts to
force the consumer and the citizen to bend to their will.
It's not hard to see how the routine will go...
Didn't pay your bill? We'll freeze your
account until you do.
Didn't register for the draft? We'll freeze your account.
After all, you can't enjoy the benefits of living in the free
world without pulling your share of the weight.
Past-due parking tickets? We'll freeze your account until
you get it all worked out.
Didn't take the latest vaccine?
You get the idea...
 The bill does not mandate the implantation of
microchips. It calls for the creation of a registry of medical
devices including those that can be implanted under the guise of
research and monitoring effectiveness. These devices can be
anything from pacemakers to microchips but there is no mention
of forced implantation.