Edward Snowden, Microchips, Spying on Civilians, and Implications

The film The Matrix is how the government rubs it in your face.

I was watching Alex Jones on YouTube (I can already tell I don’t trust the guy) and he brought up the topic of “chipping” people, where microchips are implanted into citizens (or animals, one in the same), to monitor them. It’s an idea that is introduced by many sci-fi, political thriller, conspiracy TV shows such as X-Files, Enemy of the State, James Bond, etc. The thing with this is, if you implant it into a citizen, I would think it would have to be done so in a discreet manner. You can’t be leaving scars or anything on the person, otherwise they would suspect something when their forehead starts beeping or lighting up like Ruldoph the red-nose reindeer.

Therefore, I’m assuming it would have to be implanted during birth, or when the mother and father cannot witness it happening. The thing with implants is that the human body would naturally reject it. If you put an implant into someone, they would start feeling the side effects, say, if a radio transmitter was implanted in a person’s skull, and the person would have constant headaches from the waves. Also, you would implant it without leaving any marks, so the only way into the skull is through the nostrils. This might damage the newborn’s nostrils and thus the child grows up with breathing problems or sinus problems. (I would jump to another conclusion, where the nurses or doctors deliberately damage the newborn so that it has health problems, either as a way to lock in a “return customer” to the hospital, or something more insidious: to ensure this offspring is weakened and doesn’t live into adulthood). How many offspring of immigrants, refugees, foreigners are magically “born” with breathing problems, bone problems, tumors, etc, where there were no signs of it in their ancestors’ blood line?

So if you implant a microchip into a person’s skull, think about how that technology works. The chip would have to be small enough, but complex enough to attach to the entire complex network of brain cells and nerves. Then you have to send a signal. Not only that, it needs to have a power supply. It would have to be pretty big. The smallest batteries I know of are the size of a medicine tablet, the kind you put into a watch or portable device. Now join that with a microchip. That’s still at least the size of a quarter or half dollar. It would be pretty intrusive and if the patient were to be x-rayed, it’d be quite obvious. This is why I think microchipping people without it having any noticeable scars or anything isn’t likely.

People chip their pets, like dogs and cats, but it’s obvious and right under the skin. And it probably leaves a noticeable scar. You do it to a human, if someone has a scar on the back of their skull or where ever, I think people would notice, if not themselves.

So what purpose does it serve to chip a human anyway?

Who cares where a person is located, right? There’s all sorts of satelites and cameras everywhere. The technology is so advanced, they can pull someone out of a crowd at low resolution. They can zoom up to high resolution into every single cunt hair and tell if you dyed it. I’m using hyperbole to make a point, yet, it isn’t even that exaggerated.

So if not for tracking, what purpose would it serve? You put chips in animals to track them. But for humans, there has to be another motive. I think an insidious person would chip another human thinking they can read their mind.

Why? It’s as though technology is the answer to your perceived enemy’s secrets… a misguided attempt to bringing your perceived enemy’s demise. This was the thinking way back when. Obviously, it hasn’t changed much.

I remember seeing a documentary from a court trial back in the 1950s? (not sure, but it was old-timey footage) where a young man was claiming the goverment was reading his mind. He devised tin foil hats and all sorts of contraptions in attempt to “block them out”. This is where the putdown came from.

Unfortunately, his family thought he was nuts (or maybe they were in denial and throwing him under the bus), but they threw his ass in the nuthouse.

I’m not saying he was “chipped”, but I’m now suspecting that it might be true. The part about the mindreading.

It’s kinda like, “Of course!” (smack yourself on the forehead) “This is the next logical step. If you were a person in power, desperate to rid this universe of your enemy, and you ran out of options (you can’t publically kill him and get away with it), what way could you do him in without anyone suspecting?” And mind-reading torture or whatever seems like the next logical step. AND THIS IS IN THE 1950s!!!

So whatever device was conceived, imagine how much it has advanced by 2013. Imagine. This isn’t science fiction.

This technology is in place and making lots of money for the people who created it. It reads your mind, spits out the movies you want to see from your dreams, shows you the ads of things you want to buy, conjures up the women you might want to jack off to on your Google Search. Because, you can be as acknowledgable as you want about technology (those that are known), and we know the Internet keeps track of all your Internet activity. But when you don’t compromise certain things by posting them on the Internet, yet the Internet can make a “reference” to it, then you know something is fishy.

Here’s my personal experience and what led me to that conclusion that there is something more fishy going on.

I am aware that Amazon collects all my online shopping activity. And when I log back in, it brings up related things that I might be interested in buying. Fair enough. At least I understand how that technology works.

But I never shopped for lawn mowing supplies or anything lawn mowing related.

One day, I was preparing my lawnmower to cut the grass. I took a break to surf the Internet, and sure enough, there’s a full page of ads for lawnmower and lawnmower related products on Amazon. Well, ain’t that a bitch?

You’d think it was somekind of smart-ass satelite spying on me. Whodda thunk?

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