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May 26, 2020

COVID vaccine: what else could they put in the shot?

By Helen Carpenter

Jon Rappoport explores a unique perspective on what nanotechnology employed in covid vaccines could really be about: "I offer one speculation: the “promotion” of the social agenda of collectivist thought, through nanotech. Utilizing the Internet of Things, an attempt would be made to hook up and “harmonize” many, many brains with one another. Same basic feelings, same impulses—shared. Who would be interested ...

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Jon Rappoport explores a unique perspective on what nanotechnology employed in covid vaccines could really be about:

"I offer one speculation: the “promotion” of the social agenda of collectivist thought, through nanotech. Utilizing the Internet of Things, an attempt would be made to hook up and “harmonize” many, many brains with one another. Same basic feelings, same impulses—shared.

Who would be interested in such a program? Think Chinese government, DARPA (the technology arm of the Pentagon), and numerous other international actors. Think Rockefeller medical researchers. Think technocracy and Brave New World.

SUPPOSE, THROUGH A COVID VACCINE, NANOTECH COULD BE INSERTED INTO BODIES AND BRAINS OF THE GLOBAL POPULATION? As a grand control “experiment.” Is that too far-out an idea?"



Authors Bio:


As a young girl dining nightly to TV images of GI's dragging their buddies out of the rice paddies of Vietnam, this engendered a certain notion that somehow the world should be a better place.


An Art and Design degree took me to Germany and India. Living in France for the past thirty years with my French husband, most of it within easy reach of Monet's Gardens. Toxic agricultural sprays eventualy forced us south to an area of uncultivated pastureland.


Looking forward to the day when blue skies, birds and bees return.



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