Microchipping people?

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Microchipping people?

Postby gardener4life » Thu Aug 03, 2017 5:24 am

So I noticed there's a few articles recently about stuff like this;

http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us-can ... -employees
http://www.bbc.com/news/av/technology-3 ... daily-life

Isn't this pretty much the same as getting tattoes? It bothers me a lot. I don't like the idea for a LOT of reasons. It would be very easy to impose things against free will, but nobody seems to be speaking up about countering it.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-07-2 ... -wage-jobs

And there's also the idea too that grocery stores that in the future they want you to either pay for everything automatically with chips or with your carried handheld phone automatically buying it for you without going through a check stand. The article quotes 1000s but actually with the cashier jobs gone and the robot stocker thats basically the whole store is robots with 4.6 million jobs GONE! They probably misquote the figure on purpose to lure people into thinking its no big deal.

But if they do stores with no cashiers, and with robots manning the shelves that's; also some of the only jobs left to normal people without big education.(although that may or may not be a secret combination you can't just off 5 million jobs just like that....)

In its annual report on wages and occupational employment, the BLS found that 4.6 million Americans worked in retail sales while 3.4 million more worked as cashiers, making up almost six percent of total U.S. employment. The two job categories increased by a combined 400,000 workers since 2012.Mar 25, 2015
Top 2 U.S. Jobs by Number Employed: Salespersons and Cashiers
www.cnsnews.com/news/.../top-2-us-jobs- ... d-cashiers

I put up the first articles I could find to save time but those aren't the best sources out there. Some others might be better and have more correct data.

And would this recreate a new version of slavery?

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Re: Microchipping people?

Postby Silver » Thu Aug 03, 2017 6:13 am

gardener4life wrote:
Thu Aug 03, 2017 5:24 am
So I noticed there's a few articles recently about stuff like this;

http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us-can ... -employees
http://www.bbc.com/news/av/technology-3 ... daily-life

Isn't this pretty much the same as getting tattoes? It bothers me a lot. I don't like the idea for a LOT of reasons. It would be very easy to impose things against free will, but nobody seems to be speaking up about countering it.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-07-2 ... -wage-jobs

And there's also the idea too that grocery stores that in the future they want you to either pay for everything automatically with chips or with your carried handheld phone automatically buying it for you without going through a check stand. The article quotes 1000s but actually with the cashier jobs gone and the robot stocker thats basically the whole store is robots with 4.6 million jobs GONE! They probably misquote the figure on purpose to lure people into thinking its no big deal.

But if they do stores with no cashiers, and with robots manning the shelves that's; also some of the only jobs left to normal people without big education.(although that may or may not be a secret combination you can't just off 5 million jobs just like that....)

In its annual report on wages and occupational employment, the BLS found that 4.6 million Americans worked in retail sales while 3.4 million more worked as cashiers, making up almost six percent of total U.S. employment. The two job categories increased by a combined 400,000 workers since 2012.Mar 25, 2015
Top 2 U.S. Jobs by Number Employed: Salespersons and Cashiers
www.cnsnews.com/news/.../top-2-us-jobs- ... d-cashiers

I put up the first articles I could find to save time but those aren't the best sources out there. Some others might be better and have more correct data.

And would this recreate a new version of slavery?
If you're American, you're already a slave. It's just that the propaganda is so good that your chains feel light. If you know your history, "taxation without representation" is just as valid now as it was when first uttered prior to the founding of the united (lower case "u" is intentional) States. The final line of our national anthem, "Home of the free, and the land of the brave" is a mockery of our conditions now.

Chips sure do seem to fit well into some old prophecies, don't they?
As a prophet reveals the truth it divides the people. (T)he worldly either want to close the mouth of the prophet, or else act as if the prophet didn’t exist, rather than repent of their sins. Popularity is never a test of truth. Ezra Taft Benson

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Re: Microchipping people?

Postby MMbelieve » Thu Aug 03, 2017 7:13 am

Grocery stores ran by machines and robots requiring a chip to purchase anything certainly fits the bill of not being able to buy without the mark.

I do not know what the mark is, I do not think it has been revealed or unveiled yet. I would hope that if it is actually a "mark" that we would be sufficiently warned against it...since the consequences are so very severe.

It's just a matter of time before we take the next step and require microchips for medical data. There are very good reasons to do it, so I suspect it will happen. And the medical field of care is already very strict and difficult to deal with, you get nohing without jumping through their hoops.

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Re: Microchipping people?

Postby Michelle » Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:00 pm

gardener4life wrote:
Thu Aug 03, 2017 5:24 am
So I noticed there's a few articles recently about stuff like this;

http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us-can ... -employees
http://www.bbc.com/news/av/technology-3 ... daily-life

Isn't this pretty much the same as getting tattoes? It bothers me a lot. I don't like the idea for a LOT of reasons. It would be very easy to impose things against free will, but nobody seems to be speaking up about countering it.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-07-2 ... -wage-jobs

And there's also the idea too that grocery stores that in the future they want you to either pay for everything automatically with chips or with your carried handheld phone automatically buying it for you without going through a check stand. The article quotes 1000s but actually with the cashier jobs gone and the robot stocker thats basically the whole store is robots with 4.6 million jobs GONE! They probably misquote the figure on purpose to lure people into thinking its no big deal.

But if they do stores with no cashiers, and with robots manning the shelves that's; also some of the only jobs left to normal people without big education.(although that may or may not be a secret combination you can't just off 5 million jobs just like that....)

In its annual report on wages and occupational employment, the BLS found that 4.6 million Americans worked in retail sales while 3.4 million more worked as cashiers, making up almost six percent of total U.S. employment. The two job categories increased by a combined 400,000 workers since 2012.Mar 25, 2015
Top 2 U.S. Jobs by Number Employed: Salespersons and Cashiers
www.cnsnews.com/news/.../top-2-us-jobs- ... d-cashiers

I put up the first articles I could find to save time but those aren't the best sources out there. Some others might be better and have more correct data.

And would this recreate a new version of slavery?
I am no fan of modern tech, however, considering the severe drop in birth and fertility rates, and that worse since 2007, automated menial labor is a way to mitigate the missing workers of "the generation not born."

Having said that: no chips for me. My diet may get sparse on homegrown eggs and produce, but I would love to disconnect from the modern world, so I think the benefits of rejecting the mark outweigh the downsides.


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