MSM Promises: You Will Get Chipped, Eventually

MSM Promises: You Will Get Chipped, Eventually

Mystery: What year will we be chipped?

You will be chipped. It’s a matter of when, not if. And we even have the exact year tech giants predict chipping will be forced, not optional, as is the case in Wisconsin. The news that a Wisconsin firm started embedding microchips in employees last week was the shot heard around the world. It appears some folks don’t actually believe they’ll have to be chipped here soon.

But, saying you’re not going to be chipped is like a receptionist in the 70s saying they were never going to use one of those new fangled computers.

It’s happening whether you’re on board or not. When a corporation doesn't even bother to address concerns such as “location tracking”, and dismisses reservations as a “societal problem” of “stigma” or “intolerance”, you know you’re already proverbially screwed. And that’s not a conspiracy by the way, that the chips will track your every movement.

However, analysts believe future chips will track our every move.

Tech companies and globalist investors are marketing chips as a minority subculture needing acceptance from society.

“We’re going to start to see chip implants get the same realm of acceptance as piercings and tattoos do now.”

– Amal Graafstra, founder of Dangerous Things

That is why liberal universities and sociology professors are chiming in to add a multicultural “progressive” take on forced microchip implants.

“It will happen to everybody,” says Noelle Chesley, 49, associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

It’s creepy to say the least. Sociology professors and tech giants alike all agree on one thing, the year we will start being forcibly chipped. Continue on to the next page to learn the year multiple tech giants predict microchips will become universal enforced in developed countries.

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