A replacement debit card arrived in the mail today. I got an email from my credit union saying it would be coming. It has an electronic integrated circuit “chip” in it that is supposed to make transactions more secure.
Well, fine. Who cares? They are trying to deal with all the credit card fraud going on around the world.
But for anyone familiar with the alternative realities community, this connects directly to something Aaron Russo and many others were talking about for a long time.
The whole agenda is to create a one-world government where everybody has an RFID chip implanted in them…there will be no more cash — and this was given to me straight from [Nicholas] Rockefeller himself…
– Aaron Russo from 2006 Alex Jones interview
Russo died in 2007, five years after learning he had cancer.
The current experimental model, which has been reported on television and implanted under the skin in many people, is not exactly a “chip.”
It’s a tiny tube with some electronics in it, and a pickup to energize it when it is scanned, like other RFID technologies.
The implant contains only an ID number or code. This is fed into a computer which connects to one or more databases that might contain more data about the person. A pilot program in Atlanta was using it to connect to a medical database to help with emergency treatment situations.
It has been stated by numerous researchers and experiencers that real (and “faked”) ET abductions often include insertion of an implant. When these are found (by x-ray usually) and surgically removed, they are usually described as “biological” or “bio-electronic.” That kind of implant is certainly more sophisticated than what we are seeing in the mainstream media. And reports say it is much more invasive, too.
How important is this?
These devices are certainly real. The low-tech versions pictured above have been released to the public, and other versions have been studied.
To the extent that they can be implanted without the knowledge of the carrier, they can be used as a covert method of tracking people. And their capabilities could include mood alteration, thought control or fake telepathy, and triggering of hypnotically-installed programming.
But to the extent that they can be detected and removed or deactivated, they are not a reliable control technology. Of course, we could be forced to use them, as people are forced now to take vaccines. But that would be a too obvious totalitarian ploy. So I don’t think they will come into wide use unless the totalitarians gain a lot more control than they have now.
The chip in my new debit card, however, is another matter.
As a long article at Wikipedia explains, the card issuing institutions (a few major banking companies) are forcing businesses to upgrade their card processing equipment (also known of Point of Sale equipment, or PoS – confusing because this acronym is already in use to mean “piece of shit”) by re-writing merchant contracts to stipulate that merchants will be responsible for all fraudulent transactions on non-upgraded equipment.
Meanwhile, many cyber-security researchers have tried to demonstrate that the new equipment can be fooled just like the old equipment could be. But the banks are having none of that; they are pushing ahead with what looks like a target date of October 2017 for full implementation.
My take is that bankers at the consumer level have become desperate. Their technologies are hackable and it is costing them money. Even after they stopped paying consumers interest on their savings, and though they charge very high rates for purchases on credit, a general surge of financial crime is continuing to squeeze them.
I think it is quite possible that criminal elements in the banking system are trying to force a collapse in consumer banking by pushing weak-security-by-design technologies, then financing the credit card hacking industry. People are just having too much fun with their credit cards. And this whole “false flag” paradigm has become such an obvious modus operandi for well-placed criminal groups in recent years, that I have come to suspect it is in use whenever I see a suspicious “problem” like this one persist. I am just guessing in this case, but the possibility for something like this is very real.
The use of the term “gold chip” is at one level a marketing stunt and at another level a slightly sinister play on words. This could be the “chip” that Russo was told about! Take away cash, or make it very scarce, or worthless, and a card with a “gold” chip in it will be the only way left to transact business in the “legitimate” economy. Back to the days of Roman gold coins!
The criminals have the consequences of their actions totally justified. They don’t respect what little dignity human life has left. They hate it and themselves. It is much more important to realize this and out-create this suppression than it is spread doom-and-gloom about our future. The doom-and-gloom are inevitable if we don’t out-create the suppression. So why dwell on it while we still have a chance to escape it?
And as for ET and their implants? I recommend the same basic approach. Treat them as criminals until they reveal themselves and prove otherwise. It’s probably the truth in most cases.