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    Default This Is How You Will Pay For Things In 2025

    This Is How You Will Pay For Things In 2025

    by Tyler Durden
    Tue, 07/16/2019 - 23:45

    A startup in Sweden called Biohax International has microchipped more than 4,000 people across the country who can use their hands to open secured doors, replace credit cards and cash, pay for transportation tickets, and share emergency information with medical personnel, reported New York Post.

    The microchip is about the size of a grain of rice, and the procedure to inject it into a hand costs about $180 -- is similar to getting a vaccination.
    "It's very 'Black Mirror,'" Swedish scientist Ben Libberton told The Post.
    Biohax founder Jowan Österlund told Fortune magazine that his chips are considered "moonshot" technology -- has sparked institutional interest in the last 6 to 8 months. Some have even said they want to take the technology of microchipping humans to a global level.
    "Tech will move into the body," Österlund said. "I am sure of that."
    Österlund said the tiny microchips are implanted in the hand allows people to unlock doors or gym lockers, operate office printers, pay for lunch, or purchase a train ticket, all with their hand.

    The company has positioned itself for the cashless society, expected to flourish in Europe in the next several years.
    Österlund insists the technology is completely safe -- but said some people fear the chips could fall victim to cybercriminals.

    Libberton told The Post that the potential health benefits of internal microchips would be accurate health metrics taken from within the body.
    "Think if the Apple Watch could measure things like blood glucose," he said.
    Libberton suggested that if big corporations got a hold of this highly personalized data - it would be super invasive.
    "The problem is, who owns this data?" he asked. "Do I get a letter from my insurance company saying premiums are going up before I know I'm ill? If I use the chip to buy lunch, go to the gym and go to work, will someone have all of this info about me? Is this stored and is it safe?"
    Libberton added, "It's not just about the chip, but integration with other systems and data sharing."
    Those who have been chipped don't have to worry about being followed by the government or corporations, that is because the chips aren't powered, thus cannot support GPS or 3G, LTE, and or 5G.
    There are a handful of companies progressing human microchipping at the moment, such as Cyberise. Me, in Melbourne, Australia, Three Square Market in Wisconsin and Dangerous Things in Seattle.
    The proliferation of human microchipping and the cashless society could become more widespread when governments ban cash after the next global reset.
    So basically Biohax is an eyeopener into how you will pay for things in 2025.
    ”The trouble with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.” - Margaret Thatcher

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    Revelation Chapter 13

    16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor,
    free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in
    their foreheads:

    17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the
    mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

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    How long before we read about the first Swede to lose a hand chopped off by a crazy Muslim throwback.

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    Nope. Nope. Nope....


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    Apr 2017


    I won't be paying for anything that way. Nope. Not happenin'. EVER.
    1Jn 2:6 The one who says he stays in Him ought himself also to walk, even as He walked.

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    Lapland, TN



    So, what are "we" going to do? Many of our fellow citizens are willing to embrace this technology and are also willing to ruin your life and cause you great suffering should you choose to be a dissenter.

    Padre, how many of those faces you saw this past Sunday would participate in your flaying for your condemnation of such, maybe not next week ... but soon.

    Consider the innocuous disagreements we have with family, friends and neighbors that amount to nothing but have affected the relationship. How will they respond to your refusal to participate in this?

    It should be apparent by now to ... everyone, the the planet has gone nutz. "We" are on the outer fringes for now but there is no escaping this accelerating affliction and I don't believe we, collectively can pray our way out of it.

    There is no sand remaining and if there was very few seem to really care ... are you ready? Get ready!

    I have a feeling wee're not in the land of the free, home of the brave anymore Toto.

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    This is not a sign of a 'brave new tech world' evolving... it's another warning sign of the evil end of the age.

    Sweden has embraced socialism for decades. They seemed to manage while Sweden was still mostly WHITE. But now that Sweden has invited in swarms of third world invaders to destroy what's left of their White race and culture... the conquering third world hordes will also destroy their economy.

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