Australia is perhaps the first country in the world to introduce microchips to its population. NBC News predicted that all Americans would have their microchip in 2017, but it seems that Australia has already outpaced them.
In 2010, CBS News announced that the Australian government had a potential project for implementing RFID chips in healthcare-related professions.
Currently, it seems that this project has begun to take shape, but the impetus is not the result of proposed reforms for health care, but rather a smart propaganda campaign that equates the RFID chip with us make people superhuman, and people start begging to be implanted.
With the headline “Austalians adopt the technology of the chip that makes superhuman”, the largest media in Australia, news.com.au (News Corp Australia) announces:
It may sound like science fiction, but hundreds of Australians are turning into supermen who can unlock the doors, turn on the lights and connect to computers with a wave of the hand.
Shanti Korporaal, from Sydney, is at the heart of the phenomenon after having two implants inserted under the skin.
Now she can go to work and in her car without a card or keys, and she says that her ultimate goal is to do without her wallet and cards.
She told news.com.au:
You could lead your life without having to worry about any password or PINs, it’s the same technology as Paypal, so I hope we can pay for our purchases with the chip.
With Opal, you have a unique identification number that can be programmed into the chip. All the doors working with a magnetic card … it could turn on your computer, your photocopier. Store loyalty cards also clutter your wallet.
Microchips, which are the size of a grain of rice, can serve as a business card and transfer contact information to smartphones, and contain complex medical data.
During her interview with the Australian media, Shanti claims that her friends and family are jealous of her way of life with the microchip;
My grandmother wants one. I was much more criticized for my tattoos than for the flea. My friends are jealous.
In fact, this 27-year-old woman has found a market to exploit and with her husband Skeeve Stevens, they set up a distribution service called “Pucez my life” with which for about $ 80 to $ 140, people can become so-called “supermen”.
The same day this news was published, Shanti appeared at the launch of the highly anticipated video game of androids Deus Ex Mankind Divided (artificially divided humanity) along with American pioneering implant technology Amal Graafstra.
As you can see, the promotion of RFID and the assimilation of the human population to robots and technology is something that will most likely be sold to the public as a help to become “supermen”, but which is clear, if you become partly machine / computer, it means that there will be someone who will be able to control this technology. If you think elites can not take advantage of such an exceptional opportunity to control the population, you obviously do not know the story.
Amal Graafstra, which became one of the first implanted RFID chip in the world, in 2005, just made the first one in the United States with a prototype of the first intelligent weapon activated by the chip implanted, and it makes an immense propaganda for this new technology.
He has written a book, given lectures at TEDx and has also appeared in a number of documentaries.
In an interview with Australian media, Amal explained that the technology he implanted in his body “gave me the ability to communicate with machines. They are literally integrated in who I am.
Shanti subscribed to the culture that dominates society today, which is dominated by the fantasy of superheroes who hypnotize the population in all the cinemas of the world.
Since watching movies like Terminator, Matrix and Minority Report, I’ve wondered if we could really live like this. I have always wondered why we do not all live as “supermen”.
You can see how Shanti uses the chip in her daily life in the video below.