posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 09:59 AM
It's going to be a gradual implementation. If it was decided that everyone must switch to a single indentification card or implant for everything this
year, it would be met with harsh resistance. However, if it's implemented over the course of twenty or so years, it's seen as technological
advancement and easily accepted as the norm.
Think of money. Ten to fifteen years ago you could buy just about anything with cash. Plane tickets, train tickets, hotel rooms, etc. Today, you're
unable to do so. Retailers and business owners are even alerted to watch out for people that pay with everything by cash. We're very close to becoming
a cashless society. Checks are close to being phased out as well. I've noticed restrictions on how checks are used are becoming more restrictive as
the years pass. They too will soon be a thing of the past. We're being forced into an era where everything must be paid for electronically.
This is speculative, but I soon see social security numbers, checking accounts, credit accounts, mortages, auto loans, medical insurance, finger
prints, DNA, (anything tied to an electronic account) etc. being tied to a single RFID card. You'll be unable to set up utilities, cell phones,
internet, or anything without one of these cards. Eventually, in the name of security, people will be given the option of implanting the RFID device.
Soon after, it will become mandatory.
I forsee it replacing drivers licenses, credit cards, insurance cards, etc. It will become the catch-all device.
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EternalSolace because: (no reason given)
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