So what does the future look like? Well… it kinda looks like India. Recently India became the first country to launch a nationwide program in which its 1.2 billion citizens will be required to provide three different types of biometric identification. They will be fingerprinted, their retna’s will be scanned and pictures will be taken for face recognition software. While on the surface, this may seem like a good idea, Alex Jones at InfoWars has pointed out that there has been a “surge of government attempts to gain access to, and force the use of biometric data for the purposes of identification, tracking, tracing, and surveillance.” Now if that isn’t disturbing to the average American, it should be. Often times, governments and corporations will “test” programs in third world countries in order to see how they would play in America. It is not a far stretch to see how our own government and banks would try to implement such a Cashless Society in the good ol’ US of A. Could a simple mark or chip not be far behind?