Vaccine RFID Fears: Separating Official from Potential

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Just did some fact-checking on a news report starting to go around about the US government HHS commissioning single-use vaccine syringes from Apiject, and using RFID chips to create an injection map/database. The circulating news sources claim this would track not merely the vaccine doses, but who gets them as well. From what I’ve been able to uncover, the RFID chip is ON the vaccine syringe, under the label, not IN the vaccine fluid being injected into the body. The RFID chip can be scanned with a smartphone app to tell the health worker about the syringe’s expiry date and it’s code, when entered into a database, tracks the fact the dose was given and where it was given. Officially, this information isn’t to include who received the dose in any identifiable manner. Officially, they just want to track “hot spots”, areas where the syringes are used in sufficient numbers.
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Songdove Books - a KingIt’s easy to understand the fear out there however. Companies have figured out how to make chips and nanobots small enough to swim through the blood stream and therefore easily injectable. One of the labs at MIT invented a “vaccine dye” that would tell health workers if someone had already received the shot. So there’s already been concern that these two technologies would be combined as either a precursor to or the creation of the actual forthcoming “Mark of the Beast” without which, Scripture says, a person cannot buy or sell.
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Already, we’ve had trial runs of how this can work by banning anyone without a mask from doing commerce in the marketplace; cruise lines saying without a vaccine passport you can’t sail with them; government officials saying if you are vaccinated, you don’t need a mask anymore, employers flirting with forcing employees to get vaccinated or they can’t work there; universities and colleges mandating vaccinations or students can’t study there; and the list is likely to grow.
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A few states in the US are declaring themselves “free” states, taking down mask mandates and banning forced vaccinations and some of these states are even banning the idea of a vaccine passport. Currently, those are the safest states to be in if you are in the US. Other countries are not so kind.
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The fact that Apiject was contracted as early as a May 2020 in the event a *safe* covid vaccine was found, says a lot about preparations that had already been made before covid became a “thing” on the world stage. Government wheels generally move quite slowly, so the idea that they were “planning ahead” that early in the game should make anyone wonder. While having received the HHS contract, Apijects’ website states on various pages that their single-dose syringe is not yet FDA approved for use in the US. This is in direct contradiction to the rest of their website, press releases, etc. However, considering none of the covid vaccines are out of the “experimental” stage either, but are being mandated if we want life to return to normal, says volumes about how rules and regulations intended for our safety are being flouted by our own governments who originally instituted those rules and regulations.
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Perhaps the RFID chip won’t be used to track recipients of the vaccine doses. However, there is nothing stopping the various databases from being bridged by data scientists to get deeper snapshots. Already, another article “fact-checking” the RFID claim, says at least one lady who heads up data science teams, is trying to figure out transparency, sharing, privacy, and security of information, ostensibly to better understand the spread of COVID-19. When too many data sets get funneled into the same repository, concerns develop and that has people running scared at the very thought of doses being tracked by RFID. It is a small step from tracking where the doses were used, to having the code responsible for that info being entered into patient records, instantly creating the kind of tracking people fear without a chip ever entering their skin.
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midnightThe fears are real, but we can’t give in to sensational headlines unnecessarily feeding that fear. Should we have concerns??? Should we be concerned info intended for one use won’t get used for another??? Yes! But these fears are not grounds for spreading misinformation. The “Mark of the Beast” will come, and what form it takes is still up for conjecture and debate. For now, do the wise thing and avoid this shot with your very life! No there may not be a chip in the fluid, but an external coding system is available that could still make life difficult if things persist as they are.
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