As it turns out Australia might be beating us to the punch of micro-chipping the public. It was reported back in 2010 by CBS that the had a major plan on chipping in the works.
It seems now that plan is beginning to unfold. This push is actually not a result of mandated health care reforms but an extremely clever propaganda campaign. This campaign equates getting these RFID micro-chips to becoming a superhuman. While it sounds science fiction many Australians are getting these chips and in doing do turning themselves into ‘superhumans’. Once these chips have been installed they are able to unlock doors, turn on lights, and even log into computers with the wave of a hand.
One individual known as Shanti Korporaal from Sydney actually has two implants under her skin. She can now get into work and her car without carrying an ID card or keys. Her goal in the end is to be able to leave the house without her wallet and cards in general. She is excited to be able to hopefully set her whole life up without passwords or pins. These microchips are the size of one grain of rice and can act like business cards and transfer contact details to smartphones. Whether you consider these chips a good thing or a bad thing they are without a doubt fascinating. Her friends and family are very jealous of her chips. Watch how these chips are implanted below.