The good news: They won’t chip! Guess why?

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The good news: They won’t chip! Guess why?

People, listen to your own sound reasoning and to my arguments here.

Forced chipping for total control and reduction of the Earth’s population is an informational stuffing. Let me explain why. First, let’s briefly arm ourselves with the facts.

The population of the Earth, according to data for 2019, is 7.632 billion people.

Fertility growth on the Planet is not observed evenly and not simultaneously in all countries. This is important to note.

There are countries with a minus indicator of population growth.

For example: Japan (-0.24% per year), Portugal (-0.33% per year), Croatia (-0.61% per year), Italy (-0.04% per year), Greece (-0 , 45% per year), Hungary (-0.24% per year), Romania (-0.70% per year), Bulgaria (-0.71% per year), Latvia (-1.15% per year) , Lithuania (-1.48% per year) – and even Venezuela (-1.13% per year).

At the same time, almost 80 countries (out of 216) have an indicator of population growth, which tends to zero. To zero! Whom to cut back when it shrinks ?!

Yes, China and India are the states with the largest population. However, the leaders in the growth of birth rates are mainly African countries: Niger (+ 3.82%), Equatorial Guinea (+ 3.66%), Oman (+ 3.59%), Uganda (+ 3.59%), Angola (+ 3.29%), Gambia (+ 2.94%), Zambia (+ 2.93%), Mozambique (+ 2.90%), etc.

That is, on the planet, there is a continent with a pronounced demographic growth – Africa. The high concentration of very poor and underdeveloped countries, where the issue of absence or bad internet to chip the population, is far from the first place because of the worse problems: lack of basic food and clean water, lack of normal medicine and social infrastructure in general. But about Africa a little later.

Now, let’s move on to the discussion of shipping.

1. Pay attention, many scientists say that microchips can be so small that they can be introduced into the human body completely unnoticed, for example, with vaccination.

If the power of this world have such an opportunity, then why should they publicly raise the topic of forced chip encoding and make their “bloodthirsty” plans public?

Agree, the issue of implantation of chips is definitely resonant for society and will definitely lead to protests from a large number of people in different countries. Why would Bill Gates and everyone involved in this topic initiate discussions about the need to reduce the world’s population and cause conflicts that could be cleverly avoided? To imperceptibly do everything.

Conclusion: such information stuffing is quite possibly done in order to distract citizens from other truly serious events. For example, the redistribution of world money and spheres of influence, the seizure (pushing from competitors) of new sales markets, the takeover of companies, the cancellation of government debts and liabilities, and the “sharing and pilings” of strategic resources. They threw people’s information about chipping and now they are busy with it, so as not to interfere with the “big uncles” to decide their affairs. Well, in addition, bloggers and the media picked up a hype topic, because of the ratings. That poured out of all the cracks and channels.

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Think about it!

Further.

2. Already today, citizens of many specially developed countries are voluntarily under the control of the authorities, and exactly from the moment they were in 2005-2013. there was a boom in social networks, mass registration of personal profiles, the active involvement of people in the network space, when the Internet became cheap, and smartphones affordable.

With the help of information agents from the mass media, behavioral patterns were imposed on society that served the purpose of having almost every person in sight.

For reference.

The number of participants (users) of social networks and the availability of personal accounts on Internet sites:

Facebook – 2.3 billion people;

Whatsapp – 2 billion people;

Instagram – 1.2 billion people;

Viber – more than 1 billion people;

VK – 510 million people;

LinkedIn – more than 500 million people;

Gmail – 2.5 billion users;

Google – 2.5 billion users;

Plus, the turnover of personal data on giant trading floors: Amazon, AlliExpress, eBay, etc.

It is clear that many people have personal accounts in several networks, but even these figures are impressive. It can be assumed that more than 50% of the population is under the hood. At the same time, we do not take into account here our numerous registrations on different company sites, service sites, information portals, etc.

It is naive to believe that such social networks as, for example, FB do not cooperate with the state. bodies.

Conclusion: the imposed culture of consumption and behavior does an excellent job of keeping insight people who voluntarily, emphasize, voluntarily, and many slavishly put their personal lives, locations and thoughts on public display. And everyone has long known how much money anyone has in their wallet. What banks and their databases ?!