reply to post by Lasheic
You're worried about this one chip? Ooooohhhh boy, you're in for a rude awakening. Noone is going to force you to merge with technology, but
you're going to get left behind. I guess you could join an Amish community. I'll find a way to deal with the inconvenience of passing your Horse and
Buggy on the highway, if it means you can stay totally chip free. I don't mind.
No one is going to force you to merge with technology huh?
You got a social security number,or driving licence?
Its happened already-you have been forced to merge with the technological apparatus of the state.
The chip will just be the new way for the government to see who you are where you are,what you are doing,and ultimatley what you are thinking.
It won't all be reality modifying graphical eye/brain interfaces or boosted memory ability/plug in language modules...It won't be for our benefit in
the long run,although you can bet that will be how it is sold to the masses to begin with-its started already-who would disagree with poor old
folks/kids getting chipped to stop them getting lost,or using the chip to track sex offenders?
This is a subtle breaking down of people's resistance to a new method of control,in order to achieve the eventual plan of chipping the whole
population,for what I believe will not be in our best interests.
As for me I will happily wave to anyone who passes me in my horse and cart,eating my organic home grown food,while the rest of the human/sheep herd
drive past me in their posh new cars,with their government chips firmly implanted.
So enjoy your "augmented reality," but I think i'll be one of those who takes your advice and goes to live with the Amish.
I'm not having a go at you,I just feel that the way any new technology is implemented by the governmnets these days seem to have at the very least,a
dual use approach-sure some tech can be great and useful-but its often ultimatley used to control the masses,and generate more revenue for control
obsessed governments ,who then go on to spend that money on more cunning ways to track,profile,control and dominate Joe public.
“I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed, or numbered! My life is my own.”
How absurdly outdated that quote now sounds in the days we now live in.
And yet still very relevent IMO.
Remeber the concept of freedom never said anything about being plugged remotley into a government supercomputer,as far as I am aware.
But heck,ignore me and my old fashioned ways....in a couple of generations my way of thinking will have been selectivley erased from the borg hive
gene pool by our loving government overlords.
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