In 2010, the Australian government announced it was working on a radio frequency identification (RFID) microchipping plan for the country’s health system. Around the same time, predictions surfaced stating by the year 2017, all Americans would be microchipped. Now it seems Australia may beat the United States in its efforts. The Australian push is not a result of mandatory health care reforms; instead, it is a self-seeking campaign that compares RFID microchipping to superhuman powers with Australians begging for it.
It may sound like a movie, but hundreds of Australians have turned into “super-humans” who can log into computers, turn on lights, and unlock doors with a wave of the hand. One woman from Sydney, Shanti Korporaal, is front and center of this phenomenon with two implants inserted beneath the skin of her hands. The RFID chip has allowed Korporaal to access her car and employment office without the need for keys or a card. Now, she … Click HERE to continue reading