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Your Body Is no Longer Yours: Australia has Become the First Country to Microchip its citizens

Monday, October 17, 2016 3:46
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by J. D. Heyes
Natural News

You may not have noticed, but there are two kinds of countries in the world these days: Dictatorships led by authoritarians and democracies that are slowly being taken over by authoritarians. Put Australia into the latter.

Organic & Healthy reports that the land Down Under has become the first nation to begin microchipping its citizens, though NBC News predicted some years ago that, by 2017, Americans would all be microchipped.


Australia’s drive to implant citizens with what many believe is the Biblical “mark of the beast” is “a clever propaganda campaign that equates RFID microchipping with becoming superhuman, and people are begging for it,” noted.
It’s all about ‘convenience’

One Australian woman, Shanti Korporaal, from Sydney, is at the center of a controversy after having implants inserted in both hands. “You could set up your life so you never have to worry about any passwords or PINs,” she told

The idea is that microchip implants give you a unique identifier, so your implant can be used to get into locked doors, transfer personal information to smart phones and other personal devices – and, of course, allow you to be tracked everywhere you go by government.

Why would anyone voluntarily want to do that? One word, says one microchipping recipient: “Convenience.”

As bad as it is to carry cards around that transfer personal and financial data to massive (hackable) databases and smartphones that serve as personal tracking devices – again, out of convenience – you at least have the option (for now) of leaving them behind when you go somewhere.

You don’t have to take a smartphone with you, or at minimum you can learn some ways to better protect your information. With cards, if you must carry them, there are devices you can use to essentially shield them from ID thieves and tracking devices.

But once you put a tracking device under your skin, the only way to get rid of it is to have it surgically removed, or hack off your limb.

Would authorities actually track you for no reason? It’s already being done.

As we reported in April 2012 that police departments were tracking cell phones without first getting a warrant, as required by the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution. In fact, the American Civil Liberties Union found that “many” of nearly 200 departments surveyed did so sans warrant. While some departments were getting the required warrant first, others “said they use varying legal standards, such as a warrant or a less-strict subpoena.”

Why make it easier to track you?

The practice has continued. In July the Boston Globe reported that the city’s police department had used “a controversial cellphone technology 11 times over the past seven years without once obtaining a search warrant…”

Another major problem is hacking and identity theft. In the NBC News report of several years ago, reporters noted that one of the “problems” that could be solved had to do with medical information: Chips would allow doctors and hospitals to have access to your identity and medical record if you were unconscious and unaccompanied upon admission (and how often does that happen?). But medical information is a top target of hackers and identity thieves. In fact, health care information is the most coveted by cyber thieves because data contained in health records – prescriptions, Social Security numbers, addresses, etc. – are much more permanent than, say, financial data (which is changed once a hack has been detected).

Privacy in a digital world comes at a premium as it is. Our retinas are scanned, our wallets are scanned, our online data is hacked and our movements are already being tracked – both by government and by private corporations. But all of those methods can be mitigated. It’s very difficult to mitigate personal tracking when you’re carrying the tracker inside your body.

The point is, if government can track you 24/7/365, government can control you as well.

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  • Why do you delete the comments from when you posted this a month ago? Pointless making any comments if everyone does this. I’ll remember that as I put information about it last time

  • Man

    just big fear porn… remember the exclusive VIP Baja Beach Club in Barcelona back in 2004? They had implants to pay for drinks… nothing sinister happened..

    • What’s happening now is social acclimation to this technology which is often a slow, creeping process. Sure, it’s ‘voluntary’ for now, but that will likely change as economies go increasingly cashless and personal data is increasingly digitized. Even if they never officially mandate the procedure, they can certainly take coercive measures by structuring economic and social life around chip implant technology, to where for all intents and purposes one is essentially forced to take the implant in order to function in society.

      • And those of us that are savvy and smart enough to avoid , evade and beat their system and KEEP beating it WILL !!!

    • “These are not the droids you’re looking for” nothing to worry about here , right ? I can see that that swell Government sanctioned , MK Ultra funded Frontal Lobotomy has worked out just fine for you there “Man” !!!!!

  • The Federal mafia world wide can suck my sovereign Aussie c***

    • Red and Blue ring my alarm bells mate

  • The governID mind of dead fleshbags. RfID is the electronic version of spiritual consent to personify a legal name. Perfect for those de-mon’s who are nothing but a meatstick and a governedmental ID. You can not address an IP/ID without a legal name.

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  • It’s sad about Australia…..I always thought their people were REAL men and women who wouldn’t put up with a totalitarian gov’t that takes away their arms and now mandatory chips ….oh wait….I think I meant America. Alas !!.

    • Dont believe this rubbish you read, Australia is not implementing this at all, we also rejected the citizen ID card years ago, just more bs from fear pron fools.

  • No big deal they have been infected by computer viruses previously I’m sure they have updates we all know electronics work much better after updates.And we all know how well the government protects it’s vital info! Hi Julian hope you are well hope you have figured out how to get your Internet back on

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