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We microchip our pets so why not our children?

A small primary school in West Preston has caused controversy around the world with their recent newsletter predicting where they see themselves in education in the next 10 years.

The newsletter was a typical school newsletter until it got to the point where the 2 school captains wrote that they expected the future students to all have ‘microchips in their brains to promote intelligence and memory’.

The backlash from parents saw all school newsletters removed from their school website.

I rang the school for a statement but have not been contacted at the time of writing.

I also contacted the Victorian Department of Education for a statement. They tried to ring the school and access the school newsletters and were surprised when they could not see any.

I am still waiting to be contacted by Vic DoE.

So, what’s the big deal? Is this the way of the future for our students?

Elon Musk thinks so. He has founded a company called Neuralink to ‘stick microchips in your brain so you can save and replay memories’.

Sound familiar? It should – it’s basically the plot of The Entire History of You, a Black Mirror episode from 2011.

The episode is about a new technology that records people’s memories, letting them re-watch them on command. But with it being Black Mirror, there’s a dystopian twist and now that dystopian twist is being brought into the real world as Elon Musk is nearing human trials. Only earlier this week, Neuralink began hiring for a clinical trial director.

They have conducted monkey trials and are looking to move on to human trials this year.

At the WEF last week in Davos microchipping was also a topic in the presentations but it seemed a little more sinister than replaying memories or helping overcome spinal injuries.

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla dazzled the audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2018 with fantasies of ingestible computer chips that signal authorities when a drug has been digested.

“It is basically a biological chip that is in the tablet. And once we take the tablet and dissolves into the stomach, sends a signal that you took the table. So, imagine the applications of that – the compliance. The insurance companies know the medicines patients should take, they take them”.

Imagine the compliance! Yes, imagine. Especially when you add to that the other applications suggested.

Control of your mind. We would know more about you than you know yourself. We would know when you need food, what gender you prefer, your sexual appetites, and who you love. We could implant and control your thoughts.

WEF shill, Yuval Noah Hariri stated “Covid is critical because this is what convinces people to accept, to legitimize total biometric surveillance. We NEED to not just monitor people, we need to monitor what’s happening under their skin”.

Covid is critical. Let that sink in. It’s not about your health it is about increasing surveillance.

We have willingly given up freedoms we otherwise never would have because of a virus that has a 99% recovery rate and an average death age of 86.

A small primary school in Victoria has opened the door to what is planned for our future. The future of our children. They are being indoctrinated now.

Are you happy to be controlled by a microchip? To be told when to comply, when to eat, what to feel, what to think?

It’s no longer a conspiracy theory. It’s not a movie. It’s real and it’s happening now.

Was Minority Report with the ‘precrime unit’, a documentary not a movie? After all, if these people can read our minds and know us better than we know ourselves what’s to stop them from arresting us for our thoughts?

As The Hill‘s Kim Iverson tweeted in response to Bourla: Repeat after me: “I shall never scoff at so called conspiracy theorists again. I will listen and remain open minded that perhaps what they’re saying is actually happening.”

I am still waiting for a response from West Preston Primary and the Victorian Department of Education….



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