Google Executive promoting the idea of microchipping


Google’s executive gives away just what the company has in mind for the future. This is the same company who works hand in glove with the Obama regime.

Below is a video of  DARPA director and Google Executive Regina Dugan promoting the idea of microchipping humans.

Ask yourself, what if this becomes a requirement for authentication and identification? To withdraw money or go to the grocery store? Would you do it?

These microchips would be implanted under the skin, and allow the wearer’s movements to be tracked and store personal information about them. This kind of reminds us of George Orwell’s “Big Brother” police state doesn’t it?

According to a report drawn up by a team of academics for (then) Britain’s Information Commissioner Richard Thomas in 2006, within the next couple of years our almost every movement, purchase and communication could be monitored by a complex network of interlinking surveillance technologies (if it isn’t already). (2) This isn’t about safety and national security, it’s about controlling the human population even more so than it is today. We live in the illusion of freedom where our potential as a human race to create something better is not wanted. We spend our entire lives working and acquiring little pieces of paper to gather the necessities we need, and in doing so we become blind to what is really happening on, to, and around our planet. Many people are starting to wake up and realize a lot of the so called threats we face and have been facing are largely manufactured and fabricated in order to justify a specific agenda, agendas that deal with the black budget world

Move the video up to about 5 minute mark first., The beginning will become more clear how perverse these folks are afterward.

H/T:Collective Evolution

Sources: (1) http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/microchip-implants-in-humans-on-the-market-1.314623 (2)http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-413345/Britons-microchipped-like-dogs-decade.html

Earlier post:

ERIC SCHMIDT, FORMER GOOGLE CEO:

“My view of Mr. Soros is that he is one of the most important people in the world today in terms of the impact he has had”.

“What we shared is a belief in changing the world from the bottom up, not from the top down.” Obama told Google employees during a 2007 visit to its headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.  (Didn’t Van Jones say something like that?)

Three reasons to be wary of Google Eric Schmidt, the former CEO, he is on the White House council for science and technology, co-chaired by John Holdren. Second point — they are working with hard-core leftists. Eric Schmidt is on the board of an organization called the Politics of Trust Network. You might recognize a couple of other names on that board like Van Jones, oh, and Drummond Pike, the former CEO and founder of the Tides Foundation. In 2010 the Google, Inc. charitable giving fund of the Tides Foundation gave over $145 million directly to nonprofits and academic institutions. Google has made donations in the seven figure range to Moveon.org. George Soros is doing that, too, one of farther left political action groups in America. They also gave money to the Trickle Up Program, a big recipient of cash from the Tides Foundation and George Soros’ Open Society Institute. And speaking of George Soros, here is Eric Schmidt saying this about George Soros. “My view of Mr. Soros is that he is one of the most important people in the world today in terms of the impact he has had”.

 

18 Responses to “Google Executive promoting the idea of microchipping”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    This is, and has been for quite some time, one of the goal of the left. It may seem like tinfoil hat material to those who do not understand just how far the government is willing to go in order to gain control over the people but there are those in the government who would be more than willing to make this a requirement if they can only find a way, or an issue they can use to gain sympathy for such a measure.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      They are spending a whole lot of money on this. They must believe there is a future for this little item or they would not be developing it. Doesn’t take a rocket scientist. Stay in denial at your own risk.

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  2. the unit Says:

    Far out, but wait for it. You eat it and like a barnacle it attaches to you. Settled science.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Indeed

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      • zip Says:

        I guess it could ‘monitor’ a person’s health as well as location, signaling something in one’s head: “Your heart is beating too slow, go to the Hospital.” Or have some ‘turn off’ switch … “You mean you won’t obey … click.”

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Click…. that is all it will take,

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      • the unit Says:

        Yeah, and you didn’t even know you ate it. In your Cheerios. Not likely in your chew ’cause you might spit it out. Then of course evil eye sees all and that’s littering and you be subject to civil forfeiture of all you have.

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  3. mcnorman Says:

    I foresee a nice future in business in chip removal. Yes, we know they will use all sorts of reasons for putting them in. You know…grandpa is a little forgetful so we’ll chip him and then track him or little Stevie sure takes long at the 7-11 (probably selling a little crack) so we will follow him (and make sure he isn’t skimming off the top).

    These people are hopeless. They will do it and get so wrong, just like Electronic Health Records, nothing will work in tandem with the databases because they forgot to make that important. That’s how they roll.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Any one who thinks that this is not in the deck of cards is in denial.

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  4. Marc Winger Says:

    Invasive microchips won’t catch on widely, it’s just not something humans will do, hardly get them to go to the doctor for valid reasons. I’m on the fence with Google though I recognize Schmidt as a big lib, I’m all into to their services for now. More money for moveon.org only translates to be songs when preaching to the chorus.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The young ones have not a clue the ramifications of signing on to their advancement. To have a simple way of universal sign on that is secure in their mind, presents no problem to many of them. It takes a bit of age related history to understand the dangers.

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      • zip Says:

        Isn’t it part of O-No-Care (yet to come)? At some point that’ll be the norm under the guise of ‘Medical safety’ reasons. If mankind were ‘truly, basically good’ this would be okay, but it’s the ‘basic bad’ part that twist and corrupt it for evil gain & purposes.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I am sure it will wind up sounding sensible.

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  5. Petermc3 Says:

    So then only Coke Brothers money is an illegal and corrupting influence while Soros bucks spent on the new world order socialist agenda is pristine in purpose. I f___ing despise the f___ing liberals. May the San Andreas fault do what God intended it to do: swallow the Google headquarters in one big gulp while an unnamed former gay foreign exchange student is visiting there.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Google is one of the most dangerous companies existing. They played a major role in the so call Arab Spring.

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  6. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.com.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks.

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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