It was always only a matter of time but a company has broken ground by becoming the first to implant microchips into its employees.
A number of
sheep employees for Wisconsin-based Three Square Market will willingly take the chip in a test run that is passed off as being benign but has far-reaching implications down the line.
Corporations are already addicted to control and security is a multi-billion-dollar industry with employers expecting that employees cede increasingly more of their privacy.
First, it was scannable id badges, fobs, and surveillance. Then it was social media and internet scrutiny and now Big Brother is not only watching you, but he’s inside of your body.
Wisconsin company to implant microchips in its employees in August https://t.co/agX8zdVyFp
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According to Fox Business “Wisconsin company to implant microchips in its employees in August”:
A Wisconsin tech company says they are about to become the first business in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to its employees.
Three Square Market (32M), a River Falls-based software design company, says starting August 1st, it will be offering microchips to all their employees. The chips will be implanted underneath the skin between the thumb and forefinger, which will allow employees to pay for food and drinks in the company’s break room, open security doors, and login into their computers without any special cards—or passwords.
“Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc.,” Todd Westby, 32M CEO said in a company press release.
Each chip costs about $300 and Westby says that more than fifty employees are expected to partake in the new program next week. However, he does stress that the program is optional for those who wish to opt out.
While this particular company (and others to come) are promoting the chip as optional it’s the proverbial “boiling frog”:
If a frog is tossed into a pot of boiling water, it will immediately jump out. But if that same frog is placed into the same pot with lukewarm water and the temperature slowly and incrementally increased, the frog will stay there until it becomes soup.
At some point in the not too distant future, corporations will want their employees to submit to mandatory chipping if they want to work and they will be constantly tracked, when they’re off the clock. It’s one hell of a slippery slope and tyranny lies at the bottom of this particular hill.
But that’s only at work. The masses have already been lulled to sleep by chipping their pets (my own dog has one) and their children, they will eagerly submit to the whims of the state when it comes to their turn. Americans should have serious implications on this from a standpoint of liberty let alone religious implications for those who believe in the mark of the beast.
The ACLU should be screaming bloody murder over this but they’re too busy filing politically motivated lawsuits against President Trump.