Big brother has been pushing for a universal digital global currency to be rolled out worldwide.
Using excuses such as it would allow governments to collect more tax revenue as every financial transaction will be traceable, act as a deterrent of illegal activity such as illegal drug sales, would end the printing and maintaining of the various currencies, and prevent theft if used with an implantable chip ETC.
The solution is similar to the technology that is very common for household pets. People in Sweden are already allowing embeddable microchips to be placed under their skin.
Many other people though have been skeptical of the device and have been speaking out since the invention was first announced describing it as “invasive”.
One Twitter user argued: “Look, I’m as pro-vaccine as anyone around…AND I’m pro-vaccine passport (on a voluntary basis only), but this just plays into the narrative of ‘they want to track you’ conspiracy theorists.”
One of the developers assures that the implants are not tracking devices, and are only in use when they are scanned.
THE DEVELOPER of a controversial new Covid microchip that is embedded in the skin has hit back at critics who slammed the project in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk.
Created by the tech start-up Disruptive Subdermals, the controversial invention is made of a pre-programmed scannable implant two millimeters by 16 millimeters in size.
But speaking to Express.co.uk, Hannes Sjoblad, managing director of Disruptive Subdermals, fired back at the critics.
He said: “This technology exists and is used whether we like it or not.
“I am happy that it is brought into the public conversation.
“New technologies must be broadly debated and understood.
“Smart implants are a powerful health technology.
“That is what we are building at DSruptive and our goal is to transform healthcare on a global scale.”
The Covid-19 passport implanted in your skin using this NFC-enabled microchip
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Costing 100 euros for a microchip, the device works by scanning the spot on the arm with a mobile phone.
When scanned, a PDF will appear that shows all the details of the person’s EU Digital Covid Certificate, which indicates their vaccination status and may also show whether the person has recently been tested positive for Covid.
Mr. Sjoblad added: “This means it is always accessible for me or for anyone else, really, who wants to read me.
“For example, if I go to the movies or go to a shopping center, then people will be able to check my status even if I don’t have my phone.”
Mr. Sjoblad explained: “If you understand how these implants work, they don’t have a battery. They cannot transmit a signal by themselves. So they are basically passive. They sit there asleep.
“They can never tell your location, they’re only activated when you touch them with your smartphone, so this means they cannot be used for tracking anyone’s location.”
Just say no to allowing the government to implant a tracking device in your body, which will report your personal information regularly to the authorities.
History has shown that those in power always corrupt what starts out a positive solution for the general population, typically resulting in overt tyranny.
If we give up our privacy, will never be able to get it back.
Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show.