They’re paranoid, don’t believe in science, many have white supremacist tendencies, and most importantly they want you to know that microchip implants are super duper scary. They’re anti-chippers, and they’ve got literally dozens more braincells than your average anti-vaxxer. So, what’s their deal?
The coronavirus pandemic has the world’s most brilliant minds scrambling to find treatments, vaccines, and ways to improve public health going forward. One such savior is Bill Gates, the child-loving philanthropist who founded Microsoft. His proposal is to put a teeny tiny piece of silicone under everyone’s skin to improve lives by reducing healthcare costs and keeping track of the unhealthy.
Now what could possibly be bad about health professionals and doctors keeping Americans safe and healthy? You’d be surprised (or not).
The anti-Semitic origin of anti-chippers
When you examine the undercurrent of the anti-chipper movement, one horrid realization towers above all others: anti-Semitism is festering at the root of this evil.
Of course, not all anti-chippers are anti-Semites, but it doesn’t change the fact that they’re engaging in a conspiracy theory propagated by anti-Semites who fuel fear over what “the elites” or “the globalists” would do to you. This is “coded anti-Semitic language” and dogwhistling, according to lauded civil rights organization ADL.
One of the leading voices of the anti-chipper movement is none other than Kanye “Ye” West, who said “they want to put chips inside of us” in an interview with Forbes. Take note here: Kanye said “they” want to put chips inside of us. Who is “they” in this case? West clarified that the word “they” is coded language for the Jews in a 2022 interview with radical far right extremist Tim Pool.
In the interview with Forbes, West also said that microchips are “the mark of the beast” and “they want to put chips inside of us, they want to do all kinds of things, to make it where we can’t cross the gates of heaven.” This appeal to religion, while perhaps innocuous to the untrained ear, is truly anti-Semitic in nature when you consider who is saying it. West, like other anti-Semites, often invoke religions like Christianity or Islam as a way to exclude Jews. In other words, West is implying that Jews want to microchip Christians to keep them from going to heaven, which also implies that Jews go to hell. This is an idea shared among many anti-chippers.
West isn’t the only prominent anti-chipper. There are also figures like extreme far right ultranationalist radical Alex Jones, who has entertained dangerous anti-chipping ideas for at least a decade. For example, one article published on Infowars claims that Israeli politician Benjamin Netanyahu proposed “the mark of the beast” after he suggested that children should have microchips for perfectly reasonable safety reasons.
According to JPost, Netanyahu said “every person, every kid – I want it on kids first – would have a sensor that would sound an alarm when you get too close, like the ones on cars.”
Netanyahu’s proposal was completely understandable, but it was enough for Alex Jones, who happens to platform fellow anti-Semite Kanye West, to stir up anti-Semitic fearmongering about the Jewish “mark of the beast.” And it’s not a coincidence that Jones put a target on Netanyahu, who is the most prominent Jewish man in the world.
Implants are inevitable, but that’s a good thing
Whether you like it or not, chances are you will voluntarily get the microchip implants. And if you don’t, your children will get the microchip implants. Why wouldn’t they? There’s nothing nefarious about advancements in health technology. Implants will become a normal part of everyday life, and it will be overall a net positive for humanity.
Currently, microchip implants are already being developed and used to control prosthetic limbs. Microchips are also used in some patients with Parkinson’s to help detect tremors. Microchip implants will soon be used to alert doctors to impending heart attacks. According to the experts, the proliferation of this technology is “inevitable.”
Be honest with yourself. Are you callous enough to suggest that people with prosthetic limbs “can’t cross the gates of heaven” because they have a microchip?
As microchips become normalized, it also seems natural that more services, news, and entertainment will be accessible via a network on the microchip. And eventually, certain services will be only accessible via a microchip, which means that those who refuse to get a microchip will be left out of these services. It would be like not having an internet connection in 2022 and relying only on VHS tapes and a VCR.
Even putting aside the benefits of convenience, microchip implants will offer other benefits like a sharp decrease in crime. Just like pets and farm animals that are given microchips to track their movement, humans with microchip implants will be awarded the same benefit. Crime and disappearances will fade away into distant history and be viewed with disgust — as we view the medieval world now.
Admittedly, this form of crime fighting might have some systemic racism attached to it, so the future of this particular feature is uncertain. What is certain is that microchip implants will eventually be able to fight evil misinformation like racism and anti-Semitism at its very core — that is, in the brain of anti-Semites and racists. Fact-checkers and medical professionals will finally be able to interrupt blatantly evil thoughts before they can manifest into stochastic or domestic terrorism. And make no mistake: this is why anti-chippers are obnoxiously fighting tooth and nail to prevent progress.
The future holds a promise of a world without hate, poverty, or dehumanizing struggle. But it can’t happen if we don’t resist the anti-chipper dystopia.
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