Climate change author wants all babies microchipped in global warming fight

Loose Moon Unit Advocates Compulsory Human Microchipping to Fight Climate Change
By Haunting The Library

In a fascinating insight into the mentality of those who espouse the mantra of catastrophic global warming, writer Elizabeth Moon has a short piece for the BBC in which she argues that everyone should be involuntarily implanted with a microchip at birth so that “anonymity would be impossible”.

Elizabeth Moon, who writes about global warming, wants everyone implanted with microchips for ease of identification and enforcement.

Moon, who has published essays warning of the dire effects of global warming and even made catastrophic global warming part of the background to her novels, made the stunning revelation in a BBC Radio programme on possible futures. Asked for her vision for the future of humanity, Moon stunned and “terrified” the other guests with this vision:

If I were empress of the Universe I would insist on every individual having a unique ID permanently attached – a barcode if you will; an implanted chip to provide an easy, fast inexpensive way to identify individuals.

It would be imprinted on everyone at birth. Point the scanner at someone and there it is.

Anonymity would be impossible as would mistaken identity making it easier to place responsibility accurately, not only in war but also in non-combat situations far from the war

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  1. I am not at all christian – indeed the christian myths somewhat vex me with their self interested simplicity and societal control mechanisms – however I am reminded of a passage from the bible that states, at a point in history, all people shall receive the mark of the beast.

    Voltaire once stated that government is organised violence and I tend to agree based on my experiences with systemic government corruption. As the ‘beast’ represents self interested primal violence and dominance so governments, as primal control systems, desire to control us for their own vested interests.

    As a father I am disgusted with the world my son seems destined to inherit. Is it as Yeats determined – “the best lack all conviction while the worst are full of passionate intensity”? I hope not.

    Though I would like to think I am a free man I know I am but a naive realist. So it goes…

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