Knew this was only ever matter of time.
The article reveals that a concerning number of Australians – including 25% of those surveyed – are ‘slightly interested’ in the notion of
having a chip implanted in their skin as an effective way to make payments over the counter, as a subcutaneous chip would let consumers pay at a
retail terminal without a wallet, credit card, smart phone or smart watch.
This new approach would allow consumers to simply wave their bare hand over an outlet, similar to phone-and-chip responsive technology already
introduced to the retail industry across Australia in recent years.
The survey was conducted for the global payments firm by UMR, who provide full-service opinion research based in Australia and New Zealand and work
across the Asia Pacific region. The CEO of UMR, Campbell White has a PhD in Social and Media Psychology. Furthermore, John Utting – the Company
Director – has served as a pollster for two Australia Prime Ministers, three New Zealand Prime Ministers and numerous Australian State
Fits in well with the cashless society, traces spending to the individual - unless of course a new crime emerges whereby you are forced to swipe your
hand and pay for someones else's goods, especially when swipe-your-hand comes to ATMs.
Notice how the tracking chip has got closer and closer to the body. First, it was/is in phones but they are not always attached to the body. This
proposal includes putting them in wearable devices such as watches, glasses and bangles. Trouble is, they can easily be separated from the body cant
Once it's implanted into the hand it will be universally accepted by the courts as sufficient evidence you the wearer made the expenditure, case
proven beyond reasonable doubt for ever unless you the warer can present incontrovertible evidence to the contrary.
So what happens to those who have money deducted by someone who has a portable reader when the wearer, is asleep or unconscious??
Getting a little twitchy?
How long will it be before the chip in the hand is "I'm sorry sir but its the only form of identity we can accept."
How long after the introduction of this technology will it be before its compulsory, like the push for compulsory vaccination is already upon us, will
it be extended to medical records, employment records, the last 30 days of bank transactions, fines imposed in the last 60 days, your criminal record,
your credit rating, outstanding warrants, when you last brought alcohol etc?
A little bit of prophecy.
One day a sheepleperson will realise that someone other than them can put data into the chip and someone other them can take data out of the chip but
they themselves can neither put data in nor take it out. They will then feel, for the first time, that their sovereignty as a free, individual
sovereign human being, has been compromised. When that happens what will they think they have become - one guess only is permitted.
whats the chances that the only thing wearer will be able to do is top up their bank credits.
As the technology and its use advances, as is already happening with other technology, their choices and options about what they can do and can't do
and what Terms and Conditions they will find themselves agreeing to get any services, they will feel, for the second time, that their sovereignty as a
free, individual sovereign human being, has been compromised. Gotcha!