An Australian primary school predicted “microchips in the brains of students” for 10 years before subsequently removing a newsletter containing a macabre prophecy.
The bizarre entry was published in the May 26 issue of Preston West Elementary School’s newsletter, listing a number of prose things the school thought would be useful for teaching children ten years from now.
These include “more mental health awareness”, “more buildings and development”, and “technological advances for teachers and students”.
However, this list also includes “microchips in the brains of students for the development of intelligence and memory.”
Although the newsletter has been deleted by the school (it looks like all their newsletters have been deleted), proof that it was originally published can be seen in the Google search cache.
It appears that implantable microchips are becoming commonplace, especially as countries embrace digital identity and a cashless society.
The BBC recently reported that people are being implanted with microchips in their hands to make shopping more convenient.
Cartoon villain and head of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, wrote in his book The Great Reset that the fourth industrial revolution “will lead to the fusion of our physical, digital and biological identities”, which in his book, he explains, is implantable microchips that can read your mind.
During a meeting of the global elites in Davos last week, Pfizer CEO Albert Burla explained to Schwab how soon “oral pills” — pills with a tiny microchip that will send a wireless signal to the appropriate organs when a drug is consumed — will be available.
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