You Are The Thing
Years ago I heard a new term: IoT. Being interested in IT, I thought it sounded great. It was an abbreviation for the Internet of Things. The concept seems complex, but it's actually very simple. You take things and you make them work on the internet. In this way, your refrigerator, the lights in your house, your plumbing, and even your thermostat could be hooked up to a network (hardwired or wireless) to send and receive data. It sounded great! You could have your oven start at a certain time, monitor a home delivery for an important package, or see what your favorite pet was doing throughout the day. It seemed like the modern break through we were all looking for, and the applications were virtually limitless.
The more I researched it, the more interesting it became. Yes. The Internet of Things sounded great. There seemed to be an endless number of applications for this wonderful technology, and I thought it was the best invention of the century . . . until recently.
Being an occasional internet warrior, I started hearing about another technology, something called "vaccine nanotechnology." What the heck is that? I pondered and researched for a long time, and then I realized it is just what it says it is. It's a vaccine that delivers nanotechnology. Like IoT, this too is a pretty simple concept once you understand what a vaccine is and once you understand what nanotechnology is.
The concept of a vaccine is basically that you take a killed form of a virus. You then inject yourself with it (hopefully with your consent and free will!) in order to stimulate your body to develop anti-bodies that can fight the real virus if and when you get it. The idea is that some viruses are so terrible, you never want to get the actual virus, so you vaccinate yourself to build up your immunity in advance. Sounds great. Few people want to get polio or small pox, so it's reassuring to know that a vaccine is available. Like these, some viruses are so terrible that vaccines are warranted in certain instances. Not all viruses have vaccines for them, but if the disease is terrible enough, the person consents to the vaccine, and a vaccine is available, it might make sense.
Well then, what is nanotechnology? Nanotechnology is basically very small tech. It is microchips that are so small that they can fit nearly anywhere, including inside a vaccine. These microchips can can send and receive signals. You can basically program them to perform any number of functions. Because they work with wifi, you can send signals to the microchips and receive signals from the microchips without any awareness at all on the part of the host via your basic wifi signal (like the 5G network that is coming to a metropolitan city near you!).
Vaccine nanotechnology, therefore, is just what it says. It is tiny (nano) microchips (technology) that are injected into the human body.
Now, one wonders why one would want to voluntarily inject artificial technology into the human body? What exactly would you be sending and receiving? What exactly is the application?
I researched this, and many patents already exist for this. In fact, these have been around for years, though not widely publicized. One application is located in public patent number US9539201B2. An illustration of US9539201B2 is found above. It demonstrates an immune response before and after nanotechnology has been injected via vaccine. The first image shows the cell in its natural state. The second image (scrambled beyond all reckoning) shows a cell after nanotechnology has intercepted its function. The idea is that science will basically reprogram your body without your knowledge or consent. The idea is that science could basically force your immune system to behave differently, and you would never be the wiser.
Other applications include using your body to actually send and receive bank payments. Sounds crazy, but it's true. A company called Trust Stamp has apparently been doing this for years.
Click here for Trust Stamp and their pilot program in Africa where they have partnered with Microsoft and the Gates Foundation to vaccinate children for banking purposes.
IoT and Vaccine Nanotechnology might seem new, but they are not. They just haven't been widely communicated to the general public. The truth is the technology is in circulation while the communication about it has been severely lacking. The question we now need to ask ourselves fairly quickly with the advent of the SARS-COV-19-2 vaccine is this: "Do I want to be the 'thing'?"
The following article reveals some surprising facts about current research into the uses of biometric data, and the implications are staggering:
BIOMETRIC DIGITAL PAYMENT SYSTEM
Please take a moment to truly ponder this question: Do I want to be the thing on the internet of things?
Will I consent to a vaccine? When this is released, will I even have the right to consent? Do I want to be programmed against my will? Do I want to receive a vaccine if I do not know what is in it? Do I want to allow myself to be vaccinated if I am not told how it will be used and/or by whom it will be used? Can I be hacked if I am a device on a network, just like other devices on networks can be hacked? Even if I am told upfront how it will be used and who will have access, how do I know these things will not change over time, just as the privacy notices on my internet accounts change monthly against my will? Could I be programmed to do something against my will or better judgement? Do I want to know who will receive and send data to and from my physical person? Do I want to have my immune system and other physiology compromised and intercepted by outside forces? Do I want to be a transmitter and receiver of data on a wifi network?
At the same time, we should be asking important questions about personal ethics. Does this go against my religious beliefs? Do I want to remain a free and sovereign human soul with certain inalienable rights? Who owns the vaccine and the technology? Does this make me a slave of a government, a corporation, or an outside entity? Could they embed a serial number in me and eliminate all of my personal privacy? Could someone program me to behave in a way that is counter to my beliefs, my faith, and my religion? Does such a vaccine go against my religion and my first amendment rights? If I consent, will I still be a free and sovereign soul with certain inalienable rights granted by God?
These are moral questions we should each be asking ourselves as mention of a vaccine starts to surface. Such a vaccine will inevitably encroach upon our personal freedoms and moral liberties. Do we want to be in the world of "things" just as our refrigerators, blenders, lights, and garage doors? Decide carefully because, like all vaccines, once vaccinated, there is no going back. There is no "undo" button in the world of vaccine nanotechnology.