You will soon be forced to get a microchip if you want to continue living in developed countries.
A prominent member of the European Union has started a program encouraging people to get microchips instead of carrying around their paper identification.
They are not going to force people into being chipped, at least at first. But they're working to make it impossible to do simple things like go to work in the morning without the little piece of code signaling you belong to the government and their economic lords.
People advocating microchipping say it will make your life easier. According to Stephen Ray, the man who oversees the largest state-operated microchipping program, you’ll never believe how many everyday activities and identification will be replaced with one microchip.
Continue on to the next page to learn what everyday things will soon be replaced with microchipping and what country is leading the way!