Paul Scully-Power of Connecticut is proposing a serious discussion of RFID chips embedded in license plates. This action would enable police to track cars in real-time from state to state. Scully-Powers has clear ties to the corporations that would directly profit from such a move. He has stated:
“An RFID program would be phased in gradually and then expanded to accomplish other policing tasks without having to change equipment … the second phase would be to implement speeding violations.”
As being tracked and traced in every avenue becomes a social meme (and disturbing norm) the objective of continuous surveillance and control is the government’s true agenda. This includes the move toward a cashless society and RFID chipped population.