When people think of cybernetics, most may think of chips being implanted in human bodies that can receive radio signals capable of simulating thoughts, memories and physical commands.
This is old technology. The “Stimuceiver” was successfully demonstrated in 1963 by Yale University’s Dr. José Delgado. Moreover, RFID companies have been hurt by studies showing the marked increase of cancers at the site of implantation, with laws being passed in several US states to make involuntary implantation with such devices illegal.
The “microchipped” dystopia envisioned by some in the 1990s has been obviated by the development of an array of other technologies that don’t require that everybody receive the dread “Mark of the Beast”.
Bombarded with commands that are overt, subliminal, electromagnetic and coded within digital user interfaces, all steering us into their desired directions, there is no longer a need for implantable RF chips.
Truthstream Media knocks it out of the park again, in their report on the latest and greatest in mass mind control.