Definitely not for me, and hopefully not for you…
By Taylor Van Arsdale
This piece has no bearing on the efficacy of vaccines.
Whether you’re a ‘vaxxer’ or ‘anti-vaxxer’ is of no importance to the question I pose, which is not whether to get a vaccine or not, but rather, if a mandatory vaccine is approved by congress, and it is embedded with quantum tracking technology will we be permitted to opt out?
Right now, in a lab somewhere, nanotechnologists, bacteriologists, chemists and computer scientists are trying to figure out a way to advance the application of a vaccine that will also embed permanent tracking technology into its host through the use of quantum-dot tattoos. 2019 articles from Rice University’s bioengineering department and Scientific American confirm this fact—and they were published before Covid-19.
When Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates responded to a question on how businesses will be able to operate while maintaining social distancing, he said, “Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.”
You may say, “Well, I just won’t take it. I’ll opt out.” But will that be possible? In Jacobson v. Massachusetts (1905), the U.S. Supreme Court confronted a state law that allowed local governments to require smallpox vaccinations when the local health authorities deemed them necessary. Cambridge resident Henning Jacobson balked at his city’s vaccination requirement and was fined $5. He contested that penalty and took his case all the way up to the highest court in the land. Jacobson’s argument was that his liberty was invaded, that a “compulsory vaccination law is unreasonable, arbitrary and oppressive, and, therefore, hostile to the inherent right of every freeman to care for his own body and health in such way as to him seems best.” But guess what? The Supreme Court rejected that argument (7-2).
There is precedent to uphold a compulsory vaccination law. Under normal circumstances we might not be too concerned but we are in the era of the “pandemic,” with heightened awareness and the knowledge that Bill Gates is busy working on his ID2020 Certification Mark, which according to pymnts.com utilizes “immunization to serve as a platform for digital identity.” MIT has been developing the quantum tattoo at Bill Gates’ direction and funding, and researchers have “found a covert way to embed the record of a vaccination directly in a patient’s skin rather than documenting it electronically or on paper—and their tracking system could greatly simplify the process of maintaining accurate vaccine records, especially on a larger scale,” according to ScienceAlert.Com. We should be worried. ID2020
Executive Director Dakota Gruener said, “Digital ID is being defined and implemented today, and we recognize the importance of swift action to close the identity gap.” Immunization is serving as a platform for digital IDs, tied to birth registration and vaccinations to provide newborns with biometrically-underpinned digital identity. Whaaaat? Chipping babies at birth? That sounds positively eerie.
Let’s put aside the prophetic religious implications that prevent devout Christians, Jews and Muslims from taking a mark—and concentrate for a moment solely on our civil liberties. Do we want our government to track our every move? To prevent us from going into stores to buy or sell because we don’t bear a “certification mark?” To limit our freedoms? When exactly did human beings become cattle to brand…and more importantly just who is the “rancher?”