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    Default NWO is developing its beast system in Kenya

    Coming soon to the whole world...

    New law to make Huduma Namba compulsory
    - Daily Nation



    This means that you will be required to have Huduma Namba to register as a voter, access universal healthcare, passport, apply for a driving licence, register a mobile phone number, pay taxes, transact in the financial markets and open a bank account.


    https://www.nation.co.ke/news/New-la...koz/index.html
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    Huduma Namba means "Service Number" in Swahili. Unless a person registers to receive a number, they will be denied essential services. Once Kenya goes completely cashless (it will happen sooner that later as they are well on their way) those who refuse the number will be unable to buy or sell.

    Here is a YouTube video (1 minute 31 seconds long) that was posted yesterday by Standard Media. It lists some of the things which will be denied to people who refuse to register once the new law goes into effect.


    Services you might miss out on, for not having a Huduma Namba

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    We are definitely moving towards it. Transhuminism is a key part of it and that is a little ways out - Elon Musk's company says they will be out of Beta next year.

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    https://www.npr.org/2018/10/22/65880...der-their-skin

    Thousands Of Swedes Are Inserting Microchips Under Their Skin

    Technology continues to get closer and closer to our bodies, from the phones in our pockets to the smartwatches on our wrists. Now, for some people, it's getting under their skin.

    In Sweden, a country rich with technological advancement, thousands have had microchips inserted into their hands.

    The chips are designed to speed up users' daily routines and make their lives more convenient — accessing their homes, offices and gyms is as easy as swiping their hands against digital readers.

    They also can be used to store emergency contact details, social media profiles or e-tickets for events and rail journeys within Sweden.

    Wisconsin Company Offers To Implant Chips In Its Employees
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    Wisconsin Company Offers To Implant Chips In Its Employees
    Proponents of the tiny chips say they're safe and largely protected from hacking, but one scientist is raising privacy concerns around the kind of personal health data that might be stored on the devices.

    Around the size of a grain of rice, the chips typically are inserted into the skin just above each user's thumb, using a syringe similar to that used for giving vaccinations. The procedure costs about $180.

    So many Swedes are lining up to get the microchips that the country's main chipping company says it can't keep up with the number of requests.

    'Body Hacking' Movement Rises Ahead Of Moral Answers
    ALL TECH CONSIDERED
    'Body Hacking' Movement Rises Ahead Of Moral Answers
    More than 4,000 Swedes have adopted the technology, with one company, Biohax International, dominating the market. The chipping firm was started five years ago by Jowan Osterlund, a former professional body piercer.

    After spending the past two years working full time on the project, he is currently developing training materials so he can hire Swedish doctors and nurses to help take on some of his heavy workload.

    "Having different cards and tokens verifying your identity to a bunch of different systems just doesn't make sense," he says. "Using a chip means that the hyper-connected surroundings that you live in every day can be streamlined."


    Erik Frisk, a Web developer and designer, uses his implanted chip to unlock his office door in Stockholm.
    Maddy Savage for NPR
    Many early adopters come from Stockholm's thriving startup scene. Erik Frisk, a 30-year-old Web developer and designer, says he was really curious about the technology as soon as he heard about it and decided to get his own chip in 2014.

    "It's just completely passive, it has no energy source or anything. So when you tap it against a reader, the chip sends back an ID that tells the reader which chip it is," he explains.

    "Swedes are very pragmatic and the chip is useful ... and since a lot of people know each other in the tech community — it's very tight — [the trend has] been spreading and people have seen the benefits," Frisk says.

    When Frisk moved into a shared house earlier this year, he organized a chipping party for his new housemates. Now they can access the 16th century building they share in Stockholm's Old Town by tapping their hands on a digital reader by the door.

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    "The chip basically solves my problems," says Szilvia Varszegi, 28, who also uses it to get into her coworking space.

    And she uses it to share her LinkedIn details at networking events, avoiding the need to spell out her name. She simply touches another attendee's smartphone and the information is transferred. "When another phone reads the chip, they see the [link] and they can open it in the phone browser," Varszegi explains.

    Sweden's largest train company has started allowing commuters to use chips instead of tickets, and there's talk that the chips could soon be used to make payments in shops and restaurants.
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    https://qz.com/1671286/elon-musks-neuralink-is-trying-to-put-an-ai-chip-into-your-brain

    When people start getting thoughts, news, and data piped into their brains based on Machine Learning and AI you can stick a fork in the earth (because it's done). The third 6 in the number of the beast (666) will be completed and the "unholy spirit" will be on its way to being a reality for all who accept the neural lace. There will be no hope for those people because the system will be able to re-code the persons spirit real-time.

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