‘Covid’ Ops: Open to Gates Manipulation
Inside Bill's coronavirus quest: PART ONE
Here in Britain we’ve become quite familiar with the terms track-and-trace and vaccine and how they are supposedly “fundamental” to the world getting back to normal following this “bogus Covid19 pandemic” we find ourselves engulfed in, but how about the concept of microchip and quantum-dot implants? We’ve not been told much about these measures... but they are very much part of the plan moving forward.
Billionaire “philanthropist” Bill Gates is at the heart of pioneering research into human-implantable capsules containing “digital certificates” that can indicate whether a person has been tested for a virus and whether they have been vaccinated against it, while he is also at the forefront of ID2020, a Microsoft-led initiative to develop a “digital” strategy to cover more than a billion people worldwide who live without an officially-recognised identity.
And, through his funding of various scientific projects, it seems Gates also has dibs on a coronavirus patent and has been throwing millions at the development of a vaccine through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In fact, it seems whenever you mention the word coronavirus the name Bill Gates is written all over it.
The 64-year-old business mogul is the architect of research into the “quantum-dot tattoos” being developed by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Rice University, which can be used to display a person’s vaccination records.
The tattoos involve the application of dissolvable sugar-based microneedles containing a vaccine and fluorescent copper-based quantum dots embedded inside bio-compatible, micron-scale capsules.
Once the microneedles have dissolved beneath the skin they leave encapsulated quantum-dot tattoos that can be read to identify whether the vaccine has been administered.
The microneedles used in the MIT study contain dissolvable sugar and a polymer called PVA, as well as the quantum-dot dye and the vaccine. When the patch is applied to the skin, the microneedles, which are 1.5 mm long, partially dissolve, releasing their contents in about two minutes.
By selectively loading microparticles into the microneedles, the patches deliver a pattern in the skin that is invisible to the naked eye, but can be scanned with a smartphone that has the IR filter removed. The patch can be customised to imprint different patterns that correspond to the type of vaccine delivered.
Tests using human cadaver skin indicated the patterns could be detected by smartphone cameras after up to five years of simulated sun exposure.
The ID2020 initiative is supported by the United Nations and has been incorporated into its Sustainable Development Goals, while Microsoft has entered into an alliance with Accenture, IDEO, Gavi and the Rockefeller Foundation in a bid to push forward its implementation.
Currently the most feasible way of introducing a “digital identity” is either through smartphones, which not everyone carries at any given time, or through microchip implants, which are the preferred means because of feasibility and sustainability factors.
Research into such implants is another sphere funded by Gates, with an MIT project developing birth-control microchips to release contraceptive hormones in women’s bodies already in operation through a licence agreement with Massachusetts-based Microchips Biotech, now part of Dare Bioscience, which has received more than US$22 million in funding from the Gates’ foundation.
The tiny chip is implanted under the skin and stores a supply of the pregnancy-preventing hormone levonorgestrel in hermetically sealed reservoirs on a microchip inside the device. An electric current passes through the ultra-thin seal to melt it, releasing 30 micrograms of the hormone per day.
The Microchips Biotech implant is one of several similar contraceptive devices Gates has his fingers in, with Bayer’s Jadelle implant and Levoplant, a World Health Organisation-approved two-rod implant manufactured by Shanghai Dahua Pharmaceutical, further projects supported by the Gates’ foundation.
But human microchipping is far from a new concept, Swedish business incubator Epicenter began microchipping its employees in 2015 with grain-sized RFID (radio frequency identification) chips implanted in their hands.
At Epicenter’s office complex in central Stockholm workers can open doors with a wave of their hands in front of a chip reader, while also operating photocopiers via the same RFID chip, which is made from Pyrex glass and contains an antenna and microchip, with no need for batteries.
Instead of using identification cards and pass codes, all staff at companies based in the incubator complex use the microchips implanted into their hands to get in and around the workplace. Each hand-implanted chip also enables staff at the office complex to swap contact details via a smartphone.
According to Epicenter co-founder and CEO Patrick Mesterton the chip is about 12mm in size and put in with a syringe: “It sends an RFID code, so it’s an identification tool that can communicate with objects around you. So you can open doors using your chip, you can do secure printing from our printers with the chip but you can also communicate with your mobile phone, by sending your business card to individuals that you meet.”
While the current benefits offered by the chip are rather limited, Mesterton said the aim is to explore other possibilities to see how products and services can be developed around the technology. In future, as applications that can be used with the chip develop, the goal is for workers to be able to purchase food in the canteen and even check their health.
But the development of such technology has led to Britain’s biggest employee organisation and main trade union body, the Trades Union Congress, sounding alarm bells over its introduction in the workplace.
UK firm BioTeq, which offers implants to businesses and individuals, has already fitted hundreds of implants in the UK. The tiny chips, implanted in the flesh between the thumb and forefinger, enable people to open their front door, access their office or start their car with a wave of their hand, while also storing medical data.
Another company, Biohax of Sweden, also provides implants the size of a grain of rice and according to the Sunday Telegraph has been in discussions with several British legal and financial firms about fitting their employees with microchips.
The TUC, however, has expressed concern about staff being coerced into having implants, noting that employers are increasingly using technology to control and micromanage staff.
In 2017 Wisconsin-based Three Square Market partnered with Biohax and became the first company in the US to microchip its employees.
Apart from concerns about the surveillance implications of such chips and the type of data that may ultimately be recorded on them, the technology also raises other concerns, with both Christian and Muslim groups opposing body-invasive identification technologies because they consider such technologies to be the so-called “Mark of the Beast” mentioned in the Bible’s Book of Revelations and some Mahdi prophecies.
While such technology clearly could have beneficial applications, it also disturbingly represents a core paradigm for the implementation of a Chinese-style social credit system which many suspect lies at the heart of this "bogus" pandemic.
And it has Gates’ fingerprints all over it, with his foundation also funding the Surrey-based Pirbright Institute, which holds a coronavirus patent, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology, where the Covid19 virus could possibly, perhaps have been released.
Gates’ foundation has granted more than $47 million to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), the organisation responsible for the Wuhan research lab, over the last decade, while also heavily funding the University of Oxford vaccine, currently undergoing UK testing, and a number of other Covid19 vaccine projects.
Gates was also very active in predicting such a global pandemic, as early as 2015 warning of such an occurrence at a TED event, while his foundation was at the forefront of Event 201, the 2019 World Economic Forum simulation of such a crisis.
Of course, Gates’ involvement at every stage of the Covid19 saga could all be pure coincidence or just the work of a very benevolent, far-sighted philanthropist… personally I believe that would be a very naive way of viewing the situation though. Find out more in the follow-up part to ‘Covid’ Ops: Open to Gates Manipulation, which will focus on the Wuhan research lab, the Pirbright Institute and the suspicious quest for a vaccine.