The World Economic Forum (WEF) has stated in black and white that there are “solid, rational reasons” for implanting a chip inside children so that they can be tracked.
They have also laughably stated in black and white that if the idea of implanting a chip in your body makes you cringe then you should “consider all the pharmaceuticals you take without question”.
The justification comes despite the WEF insisting the entire population of the world should get an experimental Covid-19 injection that fails to prevent infection, fails to prevent transmission and is known to cause serious complications.
In an article published on the 16th of August 2022, on the World Economic Forum website, Dr Kathleen Philips set out an argument for the guiding factors for an age of augmented reality.
Dr Kathleen Philips is the Vice President of Research & Development at IMEC, which is an international research & development organization, active in the fields of nanoelectronics and digital technologies. She, therefore, has a vested interest in humanity adopting augmented reality technology.
Since the article was first published, a note has been added by the World Economic Forum which hilariously reads as follows –
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