Would you let someone microchip your kid?
Years ago conspiracy theorists warned that there was a secret plan underway to microchip the earth's population. I first heard this in the late 1980's, when it sounded like pure science fiction. Now, as I've documented in this blog, the idea is being pushed to the public through the mainstream media.
This week's issue of "That's Life!" magazine has the idea as a fun little talk topic:
They prepared the way for this, and presumably sourced their contributors, with a piece on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thatslifemagazine/posts/10153008728237480
Some of the comments there are fascinating. This is a debate which will come to you in your lifetime. These are the sorts of things people will say. What do you think? When the time comes, will you microchip your kids? How will you deal with the social stigma of not doing so?
As the first national UK radio show host to have put this topic on air for debate, many years ago now, I think it's frustratingly difficult to mount a counter argument to the microchip agenda. There are lots of reasons why it would be practical. However, I will never willingly accept a microchip. Never. I don't trust them. Not one bit.
Remember, this idea is not new. It's fairly reasonable to think it has been in the works for some time. However, if that's true, the only people really powerful enough to have planned and executed this sort of thing are not likely to be what I'd call 'nice'. You don't generally become powerful in The West by just being nice. Most of our elites think invading countries and killing people is a good idea, cover for the likes of Jimmy Savile and think it's a good idea to protect and bail out banks. This is the mindset which came up with the suggestion we should chip kids like cattle. The same mode of thought that can think drones flying around killing kids is ok.
In short: the West's most powerful people are precisely the last ones on this earth I'd trust to put anything at all into a child.
 Barclay's payment gloves: The Microchip Agenda
 What's wrong with bailing out banks? Banks take money from those who need it to give to those who have it. They are the precise opposite of Robin Hood. To think our taxes should have been given to them so we could borrow our own money back with interest is only nice if you work for a bank.