Do you have anything to add here besides logical fallacies?
If you actually looked into the mentioned workings of law instead of apparently assuming that anyone who thinks outside the party-line box regarding these things is a spaced-out David Icke fan, you might actually find some of this to be interesting.
Whether any of this is actually worthwhile or not is like I said perhaps another story.
By the way, implantable microchips do in fact exist (conventionally, not inherently of course), they're not a conspiracy theory; and in looking at the doings of the police-state terrorist/corporatist government(s), it would be naive to think that they don't plan on actually putting them to use, that is if they haven't already.
Anyway, the entire m.o. of the de facto corporation-government is that they con us into handing over our Common Law liberties. But apparently if you know your rights you can get away with keeping them. The thing is that since most people don't really know their Law of the Land rights, when asked to give them up they say "sure, no problem", not knowing that they don't have to do much of what any robed, uniformed, or suit & tie wearing thug says they have to do. We don't necessarily have to be synthetic drug, pesticide laden food, fluoridated water, consuming tax-paying (i.e. war-supporting) driver's-license numbers or social-security numbers.
Well since Siddhi's are said to be a sign of attainment, probably better to put them to use; because in that way one could claim their rights whether they know them or not. Or as one Lama said, 100 times they might put you in jail, and 100 times you will get right out.