October 17th, 2017
Sharp drop in cash use among Kenyans – Business Daily
From the article:
“Kenya’s Safaricom , for instance, has introduced a chip-embedded debit card, phone sticker and wristband for use in payment for goods and services which do not require one to own a mobile phone, but just a password.”
October 11th, 2017:
World Olympians Association: Athletes should be micro-chipped – The Guardian
“Some people say we shouldn’t do this to people,” Miller said. “Well, we’re a nation of dog lovers, we’re prepared to chip our dogs and it doesn’t seem to harm them, so why aren’t we prepared to chip ourselves?”
August 16th, 2017:
From The New American:
“Microchips in the Hand to Conduct Commerce: An Invitation to Totalitarianism?”
August 4th, 2017:
Implantable chips are suddenly becoming more popular.
Meet the Grinders: A group modifying their bodies with tech – Miami Herald
From the article:
Implantable chips will soon carry out the functions of credit cards and keys, he said.
“It can emulate every card in your wallet, so you can chuck your wallet away,” he said.
July 24th, 2017 (From the administrator of the sermon’s section of the website: I apologize for taking so long to put this up–July 31st.)
Wisconsin Company To Implant Microchips In Employees – KTSP
“It’s the next thing that’s inevitably going to happen, and we want to be a part of it,” Three Square Market Chief Executive Officer Todd Westby said.
Just as people are able to purchase items at the market using phones, Westby wants to do the same thing using a microchip implanted inside a person’s hand.
February 14th, 2017:
Death of cash and total government control of spending – RT
February 9th, 2017:
USAID Launches Catalyst to Drive Cashless Payments in India
Marks the Next Phase of Partnership between USAID and Ministry of Finance to Facilitate Universal Financial Inclusion
“This launch marks the next phase of partnership between USAID and India’s Ministry of Finance to help catalyze the rapid adoption of digital payments in India as a step toward achieving Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of universal financial inclusion to end “economic untouchability” in India.”
An excellent piece which is loaded with points everyone should consider.
Why I am Leaving the Church Growth Movement – By Randy White