They say that edible microchips are good for your health…I say don’t swallow that line of B.S.

They say that edible microchips are good for your health...
I say don’t swallow that line of B.S.

The latest threat to your personal freedom is smaller than a grain of sand——but don’t let its size fool you. It’s a nuclear-bomb-sized threat to your very way of life.

It’s an edible microchip that’s smaller than a grain of sand, and is embedded in medications to help doctors monitor what you’re taking. When you take the pill, your stomach acid will activate the chip, which will then send a digitally recorded and time-stamped alert to your doctor or healthcare provider.

Steve Gray, healthcare services director of the company launching the chips, said, “Anyone taking several medications knows how easy it can be to lose track of whether or not you’ve taken the correct tablets that day...Add to that the complex health issues and families caring for loved ones who may not live with them and you can appreciate the benefits of an information service that helps patients to get the most from their treatments and for families to help them remain well.”

Puh-lease. Spare me the socialist propaganda. Enough of the hand-holding.

It’s time to put the “personal” back in “personal responsibility.”

In the future, Proteus Biomedical, the maker of the chip, plans to have a system so advanced that it would send tattletale messages to your doctor or caregiver if you strayed for your pharmaceutical schedule.

But what if you just don’t want to take a certain drug? Too bad.

What if you’re developing one of the many documented, life-threatening side effects of a certain drug? Too bad.

What if you’ve determined that you don’t need to take a certain drug any longer? Too bad.

Or, God forbid, what if you just don’t want to be forced to take medication, whether your doctor thinks you need it or not?

You got it——it’s just too bad.

Here’s the crux of the issue: People just aren’t taking their meds, and that’s bad for business. Every day that goes by that a patient forgets (or, heaven forbid, just doesn’t want) to take his meds is a day that a pharmaceutical company doesn’t make money on that med. Multiply that across millions of people who forget to take meds on a regular basis, and that adds up to a nice chunk of change NOT ending up in Big Pharma’s piggy bank.

These edible microchips are the next best thing to Big Pharma’s personal assistants force-feeding meds to one unwilling patient at a time. And with socialized medicine on the way, you literally won’t have a choice.

After all, that’s exactly what’s going on across the Pond. Britain’s National Health Service discovered that unused prescription drugs are costing it about 400 million pounds a year. Enter the edible microchips.

Don’t I keep telling you to follow the money?

I could get into the nuts and bolts of how these chips work——but I’d rather talk about how to ensure you never have to swallow one. If you live in Great Britain, I can’t help you. Edible microchips could be marketed to the public sometime this year. But if you live in the U.S., you’ve still got a fighting chance.

First of all, fight Obamacare any chance you get. Second, stay healthy enough to avoid these meds in the first place! I give you the tools you need month after month to do just that. Start putting them into practice, and you’ll not only be healthier, you’ll be safer from the prying eyes of an invasive system.