A remarkable piece of legislation introduced this week in Nevada aims to outlaw the forced microchipping of people!
The bill was put forward by state senator Becky Lewis, who says she was alerted to the issue by one of her constituents and was surprised by what she uncovered when she studied it.
Lewis observed that RFID technology is growing in popularity and, in some countries, human microchipping has already been used for identification and security purposes.
With that in mind, it's not too hard to envision a future where a company may require its employees to be microchipped, which is what Lewis' bill hopes to prevent.
Additionally, nefarious criminal elements making use of the technology would also be subject to prosecution for microchipping people in scenarios that are almost certainly unsettling and, apparently, not illegal yet.
Presumably the law would also act as a safeguard against the long-discussed conspiracy theory that the government aims to have everyone microchipped in a not-too-distant dystopian future.
While that may still be on the agenda for the Illuminati, it's comforting to know that the 'powers that be' could be thwarted, at least for a little while, in Nevada.
However, as Pokémon Go taught us this past summer, it doesn't take much to get people to embrace an otherwise strange technological idea if you can sell it to them in a way that makes them want to 'catch them all.'
C2C listeners are likely well aware of the worrisome nature of RFID technology and the possibility for human microchipping to become an everyday reality.
Coast Insiders looking to learn more about RFIDs can enjoy numerous appearances from frequent C2C guest Katherine Albrecht, including the 7/19/2016 edition where she discussed human microchipping.
And, if you really want to be terrified, be sure to check out the 9/17/2008 program featuring David Icke detailing what he believes the NWO plan for microchipping the population looks like.
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Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal