Government intrusion gets worse in the UK: proposal to require a test before you are allowed to get a dog – which must have an RFID chip in it so the government can track it’s location at all times.

“The steps being considered mean that every dog owner in the land will have to fit their pet with a microchip so that its whereabouts can be determined from dog-spotting spy-in-the-sky drones, and that before being allowed to take delivery of a puppy, people will have to sit an exam similar to the driving theory test. The cost could reach £60, and on top of this you will need compulsory third-party insurance in case your spaniel eats the milkman.”

“…the behaviour of one man has skewed the concept of everyday life for everyone else. And we are seeing this all the time.”

“We must start to accept that 5% of the population at any given time is bonkers.”

Maybe if they can get us to accept having to chip our dogs, get us to become comfortable with that, then they can nudge us into having our children chipped, and then let them put chips in us. For our own good, of course, because the government knows best.

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