I thought only aliens and the government wanted to chip people. Boy was I wrong. Too bad there isn’t more detail on this story.
Julie Lynne Hooker claims a chop made of rubber material has been implanted inside of her without her knowledge or consent, according to a complaint filed last month in Kanawha Circuit Court.
Hooker claims through intelligence that she has gathered from those who operate the “d-chip,” the main owner/sponsor of the chip is Walt Disney Corporation/Enterprise.
No evidence is provided. She is representing herself. I’ve not been able to find the complaint online. But I wonder if the idea is related to the use of Disney’s Magic Band, a radio frequency bracelet.
She wants help to get this thing out. Seems to me she should get it out FIRST before concluding what is is and its use.
The idea of alien implants first appeared in the 1950s. The idea that this was happening was propagated by the abductees crowd. The implants were inserted in various areas in order to “track” or “control” the person. Then it was the “government” who was microchipping us. I suppose this relates to the real microchips used in animals – a very useful device – but typically not used for people. Of course, you can willingly microchip yourself. The fact that people are not forcefully and unwillingly microchipped does not stop paranoid people from thinking they have been. Filing a lawsuit alleging an extraordinary idea does not make it true.
“Alien” implants, when removed are not found to be all that impressive to anyone but those bent on believing in them. It’s a nonsensical idea. The implants do not match each other and are typically just random bits of metal with no discernible special features or any technology. One man, Dr. Roger Leir, helped to propel the idea in the public. The conspiracy crackpots continue to say that mandatory microchipping is coming.
I really don’t think Ms. Hooker has a case here. Why would a theme park want to implant people? Your paranoia may vary.