They will also eliminate personal liberty. And that's a trade off I'm not willing to make.
Then, again, I'm not in charge.
Biometric implants will end the need for cash and all cash-related crimes. No more drug trafficking, unless you're willing to barter bananas. Drug cartels don't want to barter. They want tons of cash. With cash gone, drug lords will be gone. No more head chopping by the dozen in Mexico.
Prostitution payments will be made by swiping the chip in your hand (or forehead) leaving an electronic trail. Wanna cross the border? Satellites will track every one of us; the end of illegal aliens. No more purse snatching, unless you really need lipstick. Car jacking will be pointless. ATMs will go the way of rotary dialer. Trip to the bank? What's a bank?
Every voter will be alive and accounted for. No fraud and 100 percent participation via Internet. One chip will be placed in your hand for convenience, another will be in your head for permanence.
Rover already has one.
The American people will never stand for it! just like they wouldn't stand for Social Security numbers, government-mandated vaccines for children, ever-increasing income tax (in tiny increments) and the TSA wanding, scanning and patting at will. It for our safety and security.
Soda pop bans we'll reject. Verichips, Social Security numbers and vaccines we'll accept. Somewhere some psychologists are taking notes.
Home scanners will track everyone who enters your house. The days of home invasion will be over. Kidnapping will be virtually impossible as every tot will be bearing chips in their hands and foreheads. Every potential terrorist will be bio-metrically labeled and tracked via satellite. Somali pirates won't be demanding cash. There will be no cash to demand. Shoplifting will be impossible as your International Perma-ID will be recorded when you walk in the door.
Athletes won't need to pee in cups.
Gun registration? History. Alimony? You're always current, like it or not. Drivers licences? Not needed. IRS? Antiquated. Speeding? Don't even think of it, there's an eye in the sky called a Drone, and another on a pole at the intersection. Want to go hiking in Iran? The GPS beeper tells you to go back. Get lost in wilderness? We gotcha covered. Escape from prison? We gotcha. Serial killers? Every step of every human recorded. They know who dunnit. They know where every person is every time, all the time.
Inflation will be impossible. The Fed will be dead. Economies will stabilize.
If didn't know better -- or was a conspiracy nut -- I'd think the economic mess in Europe and the so-called housing crisis in the U.S. were intentional.
Your entire health history and requirements will be as close as the nearest scanner. Your work history and credit reports will be readily available. Not to worry: Personal debt will nigh-near impossible.
The problem, of course, is that everything we do will be monitored by some left-wing loon in Washington, DC, or at the UN in New York; or in Brussels; or all the above.
Sites like DailyKenn.com will be monitored, every web surfers activity permanently noted from the moment they sign on. Anonymous commenters will be known to the government. Think TSA.
Not to worry. It won't happen over night. It will grow tick by tick; each tick being "no big deal."
And it's coming sooner than we realize.
One headline reads, "USDA want RFID tracking technology to be mandatory in US food stamp program. The article goes on to note that such invasive tracking is already in use in several states.
The following is an excerpt of the executive summary of the FINAL REPORT of the Use of Biometric Identification Technology to Reduce Fraud in the Food Stamp Program:
Biometric identification technology provides automated methods to identify a person based on physical characteristics—such as fingerprints, hand shape, and characteristics of the eyes and face—as well as behavioral characteristics—including signatures and voice patterns.
Although used in law enforcement and defense for several years, it has recently been used in civilian applications and shows some promise to reduce the number of duplicate cases in the Food Stamp Program (FSP) and other assistance programs . [Source]The question is no longer, "When will RFID be implemented."
The question now is, "How quickly will it grow."
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