You know those movie characters that live off the grid in a hermit-like fashion, afraid of the government tracking their every move? Usually, we pretty much write them off as crazy, a bit unhinged, or some sort of conspiracy theorist. After all, it’s not like our government would actually track our movements and care about what little ole’ me is up to, right?
Well, for the most part, I would tend to say that I agree.
However, after seeing a video clip of the CEO of Pfizer introducing an ingestible pill that sends messages back to report compliance, I have to say that I’m quite a bit more skeptical, to say the least.
In case you haven’t seen it, there is a clip of the 2018 World Economic Forum in which Pfizer head Albert Bourla is describing a new technology to the elites who gathered in Davos, Switzerland, that year. Suffice it to say that since it’s come back a few days ago, it’s pretty much gone viral.
And for good reason.
As Bourla explained, “It is basically a biological chip that is in the tablet. And once you take the tablet and it dissolves into your stomach, it sends a signal that you took the tablet.”
He goes on, adding, “So, imagine the applications of that, the compliance.”
Imagine, indeed. I mean, this is essentially a pill that sends a wireless signal to whoever, letting them know what medications you just took. It wouldn’t be much of a stretch to imagine them then tracking other habits, actions, or even your thoughts.
But before we get too carried away with our imaginations, let’s talk about how this may or may not have been used so far. After all, this video was taken back in 2018. So what has it been used for since, if anything?
Well, according to Pfizer and USA Today, these “digital tracking sensors” were not used in any of their COVID-19 “treatment pills and COVID-19 vaccines.”
Per a January USA Today “fact check” piece, Bourla was responding to a question someone in the audience had asked about being able to guarantee that patients were actually taking the medications they had been prescribed. In particular, the concern was for treatments for mental health issues like schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder, as these patients are prone to “going off” their meds or refusing to take them.
In this context, Bourla was merely suggesting an already FDA-approved method to ensure those patients’ safety and wellbeing, so to speak.
Now, this might ease your fear of having been implanted or swallowing something someone can use to track you so far, say when and if you received a COVID-19 vaccine, booster, or pill.
But what about the future? Or other “applications,” as Bourla said.
I mean, if the technology has been around for four years now, it’s more than possible for it to have been used for something. And that means someone out there could be getting reports on how often you take your meds, whether that be your blood pressure medication or a common decongestant.
What pills might the government want to keep track of or have knowledge of you taking?
Now, of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the government is being kept in the loop on these types of reports. But one could ask why they wouldn’t be, besides it being a complete violation of our privacy and constitutional rights.
It’s already been proven that the federal government, in the wrong hands, can and will quite literally force you to be vaccinated, in the name of public health, of course. And if you don’t comply, they can and will inflict punishment.
Furthermore, there have been numerous cases where individuals have gone to the doctor for a routine flu shot or other procedure and come out with a COVID shot. So what stops them from also giving you meds with these chips in them without your knowledge or consent?
The answer is nothing. And it should completely terrify us.