Who would benefit most, if everyone was micro-chipped?

IT SOUNDS like something from a sci-fi film, but one in four Germans would be happy to have a microchip implanted in their body if they derived concrete benefits from it.

The survey, conducted by German IT industry lobby group BITKOM, was intended to show how the division between real life and the virtual world is increasingly coming down.

In all, 23 per cent of around 1000 respondents in the survey said they would be prepared to have a chip inserted under their skin "for certain benefits".

But I ask you,..who would benefit most?

The People,..or the "State"?

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  • 10 years ago
    Best answer

    Without Prejudice

    The banks and the IRS.

    Every transaction would be logged and your habits would be used against you, when looking for a job. What about those who don't trust banks, you would have to take all your savings and be made to put them in the bank. But if the banks crash you may loose your money. Or what if your out spoken and stand up for peoples rights. Or even speak out against the powerful.

    “WILL THEY TURN OFF YOUR CHIP AND LEAVE YOU PENNILESS AS ALL YOUR DATA DISAPPEARS WITH NO RECORDS OF WHO OR WHAT YOU OWN.”

    There will be no freedom of choice and no place you could go without being tracked. Yes they can track your phone or the GPS in the car. But if you have neither they cant track you and they don’t want that. You just might be watching their illegal actions to bring them too justice.

    Business has no vote in a democracy but you can bet you’re a## they own your government. After all did the banks not loose everything, so by right all debt, mortgages and rent should have been abolished. THERE WHERE NO BANKS TO PAY THIS MONEY BACK TOO AFTER ALL?

    But your politicians couldn’t just fast enough to take your money to keep the banks in power and you under the thumb of the new world order.

    Stop Voting and fight for freedom

  • TAT
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    The government

  • Will
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    Neither -- the makers of the microchips would benefit most.

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