Virginia is first state to ban corporations from implanting microchips in your neck

This is not funny. They’re only gonna try to bury these goddamn things somewhere on you, like under your fur, or on the back of your neck, right under your flea collar.

Virginia delegates pass bill banning chip implants as ‘mark of the beast’

Concerns over privacy have aligned with apocalyptic Biblical prophecy in a proposed Virginia law that limits the use of microchip implants on humans because of a lawmaker’s concern that the chips will prove to be the Antichrist’s “mark of the beast.”

On Wednesday, Virginia’s House of Delegates passed a bill that forbids companies from forcing their employees to be implanted with tracking devices, a move likely to be applauded by civil libertarians.

But Virginia state Delegate Mark Cole’s reasons for proposing the law implant number 666have as much to do with the Book of Revelation as they do with concerns over privacy in the digital age.

Cole says he is concerned that the implants will turn out to be the “mark of the beast” worn by Satan’s minions.

“My understanding — I’m not a theologian — but there’s a prophecy in the Bible that says you’ll have to receive a mark, or you can neither buy nor sell things in end times,” Cole said, as quoted at the Washington Post. “Some people think these computer chips might be that mark.”

Cole is not alone in making that assertion. Evangelical Outreach, a Web site run by pastor Dan Corner, states that “[w]ith modern technology, it is very possible that this mark may be directly linked with a computer chip.”

Well, since your employer already has the right to . . .
1.) tattoo you with their logo at will . .
2.) surgically alter your ‘business’ face at will . .
3.) dope you with performance-enhancing adrenalin at will . .

. . this is badly-needed legislation. Satan having his way is bad too.

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