Originally published September 24 2009
Swine flu vaccine recipients could be tracked with RFID bracelets using Big Brother medical technology
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
(NaturalNews) Here's the scene from some dark, present-day action movie: David Balfour breathed hard. He could hear the thumping of heavy boots outside his door, down the hall, mixed with the muffled grunts of military men. He had known they would come. It was obvious from the moment he refused the VaxTrax bracelet at the county clinic. They said it would keep him safe because they could pinpoint his location if he ever suffered a heart attack or an accident. As a bonus, his entire medical history was also imprinted in the RFID chip, so even if he was found unconscious, they could determine his medical status and start treatment right away.
But he had refused on the spot. David didn't want to be tracked. So he walked away from the clinic, without the vaccine and without the bracelet.
That was stupid, he now realized. They had apparently tracked him anyway... somehow... and now they were at his door, and their fists pounded loudly.
"Boston Police! Open up!"
He glanced at the window behind him. Too late to plan an escape route. Maybe he should have thought of that earlier, but no, fleeing out the window was the stuff of Hollywood fiction, not here-and-now reality in Boston, Massachusetts.
"Mr. Balfour!" the police shouted. "You have ten seconds to open this door, or we are coming in."
They weren't bluffing. Pretending he wasn't home clearly wouldn't work. Maybe he could talk his way out of it. "I've broken no law!" he screamed back at the door.
"Mr. Balfour," came the voice in authoritative tones, "You have refused to wear the VaxTrax bracelet as mandated by the National Pandemic Protection Act, and as we cannot determine your vaccination status, you are considered a danger to the people of this city."
"You have five seconds."
There was no way to fight this, he realized. So David stood, reached out to the door and began to slide the locking mechanism open...
BAM! The door burst open, striking David across the chest and forehead, flinging him backwards, stumbling, then collapsing with a gasp onto the living room floor. A mass of armored military men swarmed into the room, grabbed his wrists and forced his hands behind his back to be painfully handcuffed. He tried to scream but discovered himself too disoriented to find his voice. All he could do was hurt.
The scramble was over in seconds. He found himself face down, nose buried into the patterns of his living room rug, half conscious, with a hard knee pressed sharply into his kidney. There was a pause.
Then he heard footsteps... not those of military boots, but the soft shuffling of worn walking shoes. This was someone different, someone more... civilian.
"I'm doctor Argosy," a voice hummed above and behind him. "Mr. Balfour, you are now going to receive an FDA-approved H1N1 vaccination and be fitted with a VaxTrax bracelet. Please remain calm."
So this is what it has come to, he thought. Face down on the floor of his own home, a squad of vaccine enforcers standing on his back, a pair of handcuffs, a shattered front door, a probable black eye and a doctor, hidden from view, about to inject him with something he knew couldn't possibly be safe.
The vaccine shot itself was painless and quick. Maybe it was the adrenaline, he thought, that masked the pain. He felt the cold plastic of a tracking bracelet being zipped around his wrist, then the handcuffs slid away and the pressure in his back released. "There, Mr. Balfour. You're all set," said the voice of the doctor. "Have a nice day."
Before leaving, one of the police officers leaned close to him, almost whispering in his ear, "And don't try to take off your VaxTrax, or we'll know, and we'll have to come back here."
They marched out almost as quickly as they had entered, stomping down the hall for a few moments, and then the sounds paused. A pounding on another door broke the silence. David heard them shouting through the door of his neighbor's apartment. "Mrs. Henderson, open up. This is the Boston Police!"...
This may not be fiction for very longThe above fictional account may not remain fiction for long. Late last year, the city of Boston began fitting vaccine recipients with RFID tracking bracelets, allowing health authorities to visually track the vaccine status of city residents on a large digital map. This map shows the location and status of anyone wearing an RFID tracking bracelet, thereby revealing areas of the city where vaccination rates are low, too.
By identifying these "low vaccination" areas, city officials could roll in with mobile vaccination units and law enforcement personnel, then march door to door, vaccinating and tagging residents either voluntarily or at gunpoint, depending on the circumstances. It's all perfectly legal, by the way, under Massachusetts laws that are being put in place right now to handle the expected swine flu pandemic.
This RFID vaccine tracking technology isn't fiction. It exists right now and was reported by the Boston Globe (http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachuset...) which revealed that vaccine-tracking bracelet trials were in place nearly a year ago.
"Several hundred people are expected to queue up for immunizations at the headquarters of the Boston Public Health Commission," the Boston Globe reports. "Each of them will get a bracelet printed with a unique identifier code. Information about the vaccine's recipients, and the shot, will be entered into handheld devices similar to those used by delivery truck drivers."
This effort, says the Boston Globe, is "aimed at eventually creating a citywide registry of everyone who has had a flu vaccination. The resulting vaccination map would allow swift intervention in neighborhoods left vulnerable to the fast-moving respiratory illness."
This is an open admission that the kind of scenario depicted in the fictional snapshot at the top of this article could potentially become reality. "Swift intervention" means "rapid-fire vaccinations." And people who resist those vaccines aren't going to have much of an opportunity to say no.
The worse the pandemic gets, the more aggressive these actions will become.
If people start dying from the pandemic in larger numbers, the "vaccine squads" are likely to be out in full force, injecting victims at road checkpoints and possibly even in their own homes via door-to-door sweeps. People who refuse to be vaccinated can be legally arrested and detailed by authorities, and to use the exact terms that are about to be passed into law in Mass., they can be "involuntarily transported" to a quarantine camp. Almost sounds like fun, huh? A free ride, free food, free showers... oh yeah, and a free vaccine shot, too, courtesy of the state.
To repeat, this part isn't fiction: It's written right into proposed laws that are very likely to be passed and aggressively enforced if a runaway pandemic scenario unfolds. You can read about some of these proposed laws right here: http://www.naturalnews.com/026934_health_pub...
Your papers, pleaseBeyond the RFID tracking technology, there's another disturbing development you need to be aware of: Law enforcement all over the country are now reportedly being briefed about the possibility of "vaccine checkpoints." These could be set up on key roads and highways, and people passing through those checkpoints will have to prove they have been vaccinated or they may face being arrested and "involuntarily transported" to a quarantine camp.
Of course, it might not take much documentation to get past the checkpoints. There's no formalized vaccine ID card that exists yet, so a letter from your doctor (or some reasonably believable rendition of such) will likely be sufficient, unless they actually mandate vaccine tracking bracelets for everyone (but even that would take years to implement simply due to the manufacturing and distribution logistics).
I'm also not too sure that the masses of American sheeple will be willing to wear RFID bracelets that report their real-time positions to the U.S. government. It's just a little too close to being barcoded like a Jewish prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp. People generally don't like that.
Then again, as the Boston Globe reported in 2008, hundreds of Bostonians actually lined up and volunteered to wear these bracelets, even knowing they would be tracked in real time by their own government. This is disturbing evidence that lots of people just can't wait to be medically enslaved by the state. Some will actually raise their hands and line up for the opportunity!
On the other end of the spectrum, there are a whole lot of people who will refuse to be medically enslaved by the state. Known as "refuseniks," these are the people like you and me who choose not to be injected with some hastily-approved chemical cocktail that's never been long-term tested on anyone. Let the volunteers be the guinea pigs, if they're really that anxious to get injected. The rest of us will take care of our own immune systems through more natural methods, thank you very much.
Action items: What to doHere's the word for those who wish to avoid problems at vaccine checkpoints: Acquire some "proof" of vaccination as soon as possible after the vaccinations begin. And keep it with you at all times.
I'm not actually suggesting you get vaccinated just to get the paperwork, by the way. In fact, there's a chance you're already immune to H1N1. You may already have antibodies for the virus, meaning you've been "naturally vaccinated" even without a shot. (http://www.naturalnews.com/027037_swine_flu_...)
Your healthy immune system, you see, will create its own built-in vaccine upon exposure to the pandemic virus, and within a few days after being exposed, you will generate your own H1N1 antibodies, just like all the other people who were vaccinated. Except your antibodies will be even stronger than theirs, because you were exposed to a live virus, while they were only exposed to a weakened one (via the vaccine). So in effect, you will be far better vaccinated against H1N1 than the people who got the vaccine shots!
Even without the vaccine, H1N1 swine flu is no more fatal than a regular seasonal flu, and why should anybody have to prove they've been vaccinated against a flu that's so mild it only kills roughly 1 out of 100,000 people who get infected?
Do you realize that if a pharmaceutical being tested in clinical trials killed the same percentage of people as the swine flu virus, it would be declared astonishingly SAFE by the FDA? The swine flu, as currently circulating, isn't dangerous. It's the vaccines that pose the greater risk to your health, in my view. Only time will tell how many people the vaccines end up killing, of course.
Are nasal vaccines safer?Should you, for some reason, wish to actually get a vaccine in order to acquire vaccine documentation, I recommend nasal vaccines over injected vaccines. They're inherently safer, in my view, because the nose is one of the natural pathways through which viruses enter your body anyway (as opposed to a hole in your arm). Nasal vaccines don't contain thimerosal, either.
The FluMist nasal vaccine, just so you know, contains "Live Attenuated Influenza Vaccine," meaning it is made out of live viruses (http://www.cdc.gov/FLU/about/qa/nasalspray.h...). But your uncle Charlie probably also contains live influenza, so this isn't anything to be too worried about. If you plan to get lots of rest, have strong immune system support, get lots of vitamin D and spend a few days recuperating with little or no stress, your chances of being harmed by the nasal vaccine are virtually nil, unless you're obese and suffer from a preexisting respiratory condition or immune system problem, in which case you shouldn't be receiving a nasal vaccine in the first place.
If you actually do get a vaccine, hold on to the paperwork. That's what will get you through the vaccine checkpoints, if they are indeed put into play. In reality, there are likely to be hundreds of different documents showing "proof" of vaccination, so anything that looks even remotely convincing will probably get you through. What the checkpoint police will really be looking for are people who are completely clueless and haven't gone through the trouble to come up with any paperwork at all. Those are the ones likely to be injected or detained.
Dealing with a mandatory RFID braceletSo what happens if everybody is required to wear RFID bracelets that track their whereabouts and vaccination status?
I think this is highly unlikely in the short term, as there probably aren't enough bracelets to go around (unless huge truckloads of bracelets have been secretly manufactured and stored somewhere, which seems really unlikely). But I wouldn't put it past these people in the medium term: This is the perfect way to enslave the population under some medical pretext. Some percentage of the population will even line up and volunteer to be outfitted with such devices.
If such bracelets do get forced upon the population, within a few days you'll start to see websites appearing on the 'net with instructions for hacking or disabling your bracelet. Since those websites don't exist yet, I can't point you to them, but it's a fairly easy Google search on the term "disable RFID." That search will pull up sites like this one: http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2008/04/how...
And that website advises the following:
"The last (and most covert) method for destroying a RFID tag is to hit it with a hammer. Just pick up any ordinary hammer and give the chip a few swift hard whacks. This will destroy the chip, and leave no evidence that the tag has been tampered with. This method is suitable for destroying the tags in passports, because there will be no proof that you intentionally destroyed the chip."
Obviously, don't hit the bracelet with a hammer if you are still wearing it, or the RFID chip won't be the only thing you'll disable. Anyone who fails this intelligence test should probably just put the bracelet back on and hopelessly do what they're told.
Don't worry about being caught with a "failed" chip. Chip failures will be common, so the authorities will be used to the idea that a lot of bracelets just don't work correctly. If they ask why yours isn't working, just shrug and say, "Dunno. I thought it was working fine. Maybe it got bumped or something..."
Don't freak out over thisSo is this RFID tracking bracelet a sign of things to come? Possibly. They're clearly experimenting with the technology not only to see how well the tech works, but more importantly to get some answers on the psychology: Will people accept tracking bracelets? Will they feel protected, or enslaved? Will they try to remove or disable the bracelets?
For now, I'm not aware of any serious talk of tracking bracelets being made mandatory, nor is there even any real chatter about making swine flu vaccinations mandatory for the public at large (although certain professionals such as day care workers and hospital staffers are being told to get vaccinated or lose their jobs...). But all this could change almost overnight. One mutation of H1N1 could rewrite the entire play book on this by increasing the fatality rate of the infection. From there, it would be a simple matter for vaccination mandates to be swiftly put into place, and mandatory tracking bracelets could soon follow.
Let's hope that scenario doesn't unfold. I know there are many good law enforcement professionals out there who would never go along with such a Nazi-inspired medical enslavement scheme, but sadly there are more than enough who will be willing to follow orders and carry through with whatever they're told to do. Let us hope our law enforcement community is never forced to make that decision.
If things get worse, however, be prepared to produce your vaccination documentation ("papers, please") at roadblocks and checkpoints. And make sure you dutifully wear your vaccination RFID tracking bracelet, too, even if you've hammered the RFID chip into scrap.
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