Man Uses Implanted Microchip To Pass Through Airport Security

TN Note: He says: “This is just an experiment with no plans of actual public implementation…” Who would believe that? for Technocracy to work, implanted RFID chips would be the perfect monitoring solution for comprehensive citizen tracking.

A man who implanted a microchip containing his airline booking details into his hand was able to use it to pass effortlessly through security to his flight.

Andreas Sjöström, vice president of digital for technology consulting company Sogeti, had the near-field communication chip (NFC) about the size of a grain of rice injected into his hand with a syringe, before using it at Stockholm Arlanda Airport to pass through security and board his plane.

The technology has been used before to make digital payments, control a mobile phone and unlock doors, in the same way contactless payment cards work. All it requires is a scanner to link up to that is compatible with the NFC.

Sjöström uploaded his Scandinavian Airlines EuroBonus member ID to the xNT implant and using NFC readers in the Swedish airport was able to register his boarding pass and passport by simply pressing his hand to a scanner.

Uploading a video of his effort to Youtube, Sjöström explained: “A few weeks ago I had an NFC chip implanted into my hand, just beneath the skin. In this video I use the chip to pass through Stockholm Arlanda airport, through security, at the lounge, and finally through the gate to the aircraft.”

However, he was keen to temper expectations of the technology becoming the norm: “This is just an experiment with no plans of actual public implementation… When travelling, you are always required to provide a valid ID when requested.”

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OK, so it works, and a terrorist could just tape it to his hand… now what ? forget it; unless it’s deeply implanted such that surgery is necessary by one who is familiar with such it will be abused like all other technologies… no better than the Nazi forehead tattoo IMO.

Desmond McReynolds
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Dear Mr. Patrick, Why insist on using the word Technocracy which no one can relate to? Why not use the old familiar word “communist” which everyone can relate to? What is Communism? Marx said it all: Control of the means of production, distribution and exchange. That means, in effect, control of everyone and everything. What you insist on calling Technocracy is, in fact, none other than our old friend Communism, under a new guise. Everyone understands the word Communism. Hardly anyone understands what you are driving at with your insistence on the word Technocracy. You could modify it by calling… Read more »

Patrick Wood

Technocracy is not and never was communism. There are enough similarities that routinely lead people to conclude it is communism, but it is not. You should read Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation to see the distinctions. At any rate, this is why I use the word Technocracy – it is the only accurate word to use.

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mark of the beast. its in the bible, will not be able to buy or sell without it. control of u also tracking device.