- Mark Of The Beast? NBC Touts Implants To Replace Cash, Identification And More
by Carmine Sabia, https://thefederalistpapers.org/ , 19 Oct 2019
It is a peak into a dystopian future taken from the pages of Revelation in The Bible, but NBC is promoting it like a great thing. NBC Nightly News went to Sweden to sing the praises of new technology that has tens of thousands in the nation implanted with a microchip. The chip, which is implanted in the hand of the user, is used as car keys, identification and as a means to purchase goods and services.
For those unfamiliar, the Book of Revelation speaks about the mark of the beast being implanted in the forehead or the hand and those who do not have the mark will not be able to purchase goods or services. They say it is voluntary, and that is how most of these things start, but one could easily imagine a future where these implants are mandatory for survival.
“When Elias Broberger goes to work, he doesn’t need id, and he doesn’t need money. In fact, much of what he needs to get through the day is hidden right there, just below the surface in his hand,” the reporter said.
“Embedded in his hand is a microchip that serves as his keys, id and wallet,” she said of the microchip that is around the size of a grain of rice. “The process is simple and swift. A pinch of the skin, and in a matter of seconds, the chip is inserted. The transformation is complete,” she said.
The Mark of the Beast is upon us. Sweden is inserting microchips under the hand’s skin. With the microchip, they no longer have to carry cash; access electronic data; and open office & car doors. The microchip is voluntary but the time will come when it will be mandated. Say No!
— Art Mullen (@art_mullen3) October 13, 2019
I just heard the scariest thing on the news going on in Sweden. People are putting microchips in their hand to use for like credit cards and as an ID. That's like some Armageddon shit. I'm not going to the land of my ancestors. That's going too far. The mark of the beast. 😱
— Tyler 🧠 (@TylerMatters) October 14, 2019
— Samuel Emmanuel (@samuele67485034) October 18, 2019