(by Sikh For Truth | TruthTalk.UK) – The World Economic Forum (WEF) is attempting to normalize the idea of implanting tracking chips into humans, via the Internet of Bodies – a highly controversial technology.
The Internet of Bodies (IoB) is the biological extension of the Internet of Things (IoT) that brought us driverless cars and smart homes.
As part of the Great Reset, both are part of the plans for the future of humanity devised by the elites of the World Economic Forum.
The IoB confirms its belief in the eternal benefits of technology and promises to improve our health and extend our life. That’s a good idea, isn’t it? No, the meaning becomes clear once you understand it.
The keyword is here is data. Data is supposed to be the new oil in this new technological era. Our phones and Fitbits are used to collect data about our locations, spending patterns, educational and economic status, political allegiances, walking steps, and oxygen levels.
But through the Internet of Bodies, more and more nano sensors and robots will be embedded in our body, turning us into a quantifiable information platform that can be easily commoditized and even manipulated remotely.
By collecting all this data, data owners will be able to develop very detailed profiles of the population that can be used to enhance surveillance and security defined by authorities.
Klaus Schwab, founder of the WEF and proponent of the Great Reset, believes that the pandemic and lockdowns are an opportunity to spread this technological use, which “will result in a fusion of our physical, digital, and biological identities”.
His aim is to overcome our human limitations by integrating enough technology into the body and placed within the Fourth Industrial Revolution framework.
In the 2020 WEF article “Tracking how our bodies work could change our lives” published when the Great Reset was formally announced in June 2020, Xiao Liu wrote: “We’re entering the era of the “Internet of Bodies”: Collecting our physical data via a range of devices that can be implanted, swallowed, or worn.”
“With big data analytics, countless day-to-day actions and decisions can ultimately feed into our health profile, which may be created and maintained not just by traditional healthcare providers, but also by tech companies or other entities.”