According to this video microchips are being inserted into people’s bodies and then used in place of IDs, keys and credit cards. These implantable microchips — known as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips are the size of a grain of rice and can quickly and easily be inserted under the skin.
Now is this a good thing or a bad thing? Because some people use their RFID chips instead of keys having a simple scan of an RFID chip to open a locked door. Other people use their RFID chips when they are rushed to the hospital because a quick scan can give the hospital staff all of their medical history.
Some people use their RFID chips to pay at stores because scanning it takes the place of a credit card. And a workplace in Sweden even recently microchipped all of its employees so they can scan their microchips to open the office doors, operate the copiers and complete more tasks around the office.
The question is… are these RFID chips good or bad? The idea may sound, but some people may be concerned upon closer inspection.
It appears in this video that these chips track your every moment like a GPS on your cell phone does. Are RFID chips an assault on our right to privacy because they automatically hardwire you to the internet and can collect all of your personal data uploading it to the Internet?
According to this video it has been reported that some doctors insert RFID chips on their patients when they’re unconscious for a surgery. Saying millions of people around the world may unknowingly have RFID chips in them as part of their doctor-administered medical devices. Kinda hard to believe but, sure, we’ll hear it out.
Weather what said in video is 100% true or not – how do you feel about these RFID chips? Is it the mark of the beast or not?