A Wisconsin company is microchipping their workers. The chip permits workers to access company resources, log into PC’s, and purchase food but they expect to increase its abilities.

Not simply unlocking opportunities, not just self-check out in stores, so many other things.

The concept is unique to the United States but is expanding abroad. With tens of thousands of chips marketed to corporations across Europe, participating businesses hold chip parties to implant workers with the masses.


The chip implants are the size of a speck of rice and optional to workers. Some people are a little worried, but from day one some were enthusiastic about what they could do with the technology itself, and where it could go for the company.

Approximately half of the Wisconsin workers opted out of the chip programme because some of their concerns were about health outcomes and what’s going to happen to their body when they’re putting this unknown thing into their hand and what’s going to occur down the road.

Employers and workers don’t come to the board with equal authority and equal access to one another and so the question around the problem of Microchipping workers really, in part, comes down to that.

Is it actually optional when your boss is asking you if you would like to be microchipped? Will there come a day where people who prefer not to be microchipped, won’t get specific jobs?

However, the company is guaranteeing workers that a microchip is a start in the right direction?

I imagine for some people the company would have to shoot them first before letting them implant a chip and people are foolishly becoming livestock and we should all wake up and inhale the java.

This will ultimately be imposed on all of us in our lifetimes. Furthermore, the government and corporate America will have complete authority over everything we do and shortly they’ll force legislators to devise a bill that you can get fired from a firm or refused work if you don’t get chipped.

Also, it’s ironic how the lambs fall for it, all they have to do is call it a chip party and every lamb runs along bleating.

This microchip is bull and it actually is a slippery incline to horrifying things and if you require any proof, study human history. Each new technology has essentially become instruments to dominate and eliminate people.

This sort of thing only ever occurred in really poor films and it’s a terrible technology in the wrong hands but we have the liberties to do anything we want, so if people want to get chipped it’s up to them, right?

Consider it this way, if they want to identify your marketing customs, they can verify your chip history. If they want to know where you are and where you’ve been, they can verify your chip. Do you honestly want someone else to have access to your everyday movements and habits?

Because it won’t simply be your boss, it will be data that can be obtained or summoned by anyone, the government included. Now consider how a video can be adjusted to match someone’s agenda. Data can likewise be manipulated.

Do you honestly want to be in that situation? Because it’s simply another way to manage us.


If they illegally monitor all of our cell phones with no problem, what makes us believe they won’t do this with microchip implants? We are advancing one step closer to Big Brother dystopia.


Most people have their phones with them all the time and WikiLeaks revealed the intelligence community taps each device that is connected to the internet. They upload all video’s and sound to a huge data collection centres, even when the device is turned off.

Of course, this technology already exists. It’s not a chip, but what do you imagine Facebook, Google and Amazon are? These websites map and document where you’ve been, purchasing habits, personalized advertisements per each user and much more.

We’ve been trained to accept stuff that deliberately reduces our freedoms, of course, it has been a more suggestive way of going about things, until now, people will ultimately accept that injecting a chip into one’s hand is the best thing to do.

It’s a one stop shopping, rather of extracting phone histories and bank accounts, they will have a one data pool. It skips through a bunch of red tape. This chip further paves the way to pursue our actions in real-time.

If people are okay with this, by all means, get a chip.


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