Would You Let Your Idaho Employer Put a Chip in You?
This is not something from a conspiracy website. It's really happening and sooner or later, you'll need to decide if you'll let your Idaho employer put a microchip in your hand.
Engadget shared the news of a Wisconsin company that is chipping their employers to allow access to entering their building, using their computers and even buying food in the break room. It's optional, for now.
Putting chips in animals has been done for years to help locate lost pets. Why is it such a big deal in humans? Hold on to your hat (even if you're not wearing one) cause I'm gonna give you a few.
USA Today shared an article about serious privacy concerns that many groups have about putting a chip in a human. Ever have someone hijack your laptop? What would it be like if someone hacked a chip in your body? Shudder.
WebMD even got in on the chip in humans debate. Some in medical circles want chips in us to monitor potential and/or existing health issues. But, do you really want all of your medical information in a digital chip that potentially could be read by someone with bad motives?
I don't normally venture into the realm of faith, but this issue is forcing me to now. Many Christians believe there will come a day when everyone will be forced to have something implanted in their right hand or forehead to buy and sell. Think it's all superstition and crazy talk? Go read Revelation 13:16-17 and tell me what you think it says.
He required everyone--small and great, rich and poor, free and slave--to be given a mark on the right hand or on the forehead. And no one could buy or sell anything without that mark, which was either the name of the beast or the number representing his name. (NLT translation)
Back to the initial question, would you let your Idaho employer (or anyone) require you to put a chip in your body? It's happening in Wisconsin. Mark my words. Someday, it will happen in Idaho. Right now, it's optional. Someday, I believe it won't be. What would you do?