The World of Social Credit Just Got Much Closer

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This article was originally published by Rhoda Wilson at The Daily Exposé.

In England, it has been announced that in the future cat owners will be fined if they do not have their pet microchipped.  It is being sold to the public as a way of helping to find lost cats.

“If you believe that then you need to have your brain taken out and laundered,” Dr. Vernon Coleman writes. “Cat microchipping is being done to prepare us all to be chipped.”

No one noticed but the world of social credit just got much closer with the announcement that in England, in the future, cat owners who do not have their animal microchipped face a fine of £500.

Cat chipping is being sold as a way to help find lost cats because the Government cares so terribly, terribly much about lost cats.

If you believe that then you need to have your brain taken out and laundered.

In reality, it will be easy for the Government to collect owners’ details and to know where they are. And it will be easy for the Government to force cat owners to have their animals vaccinated.

But there is much, much more to it than that.

Cat microchipping is being done to prepare us all to be chipped.

(Oh, and I have no doubt the vets, who have supported the proposal, won’t mind making a tonne of money out of it.)

They will soon be forcing us all to have a microchip implanted.

They say the implant will enable them to trace babies who have been kidnapped or demented people who have wandered off and got lost.

There will be news stories soon about children disappearing.

“We could have found them if they’d been chipped.”

And there will be stories about elderly folk wandering away from home. “We could have found him in a moment if he’d been chipped.”

And they’ll say that holidaymakers or hikers who get lost could have been found.

So, for example, we might hear: “We’d have found Michael Mosley in minutes if he’d been chipped.”

If you want to know where this is leading us please read my book: `Social Credit: Nightmare on Your Street’. It is scarier than any horror movie you’ve ever seen.

About the Author

Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc practiced medicine for ten years. He has been a full-time professional author for over 30 years. He is a novelist and campaigning writer and has written many non-fiction books.  He has written over 100 books which have been translated into 22 languages. On his website, www.vernoncoleman.com,  there are hundreds of articles that are free to read.

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