Rand Report: The Internet Of Bodies

randJoseph P Farrell – When the corona virus planscamdemic first burst upon the world early last year, followed shortly thereafter by the arrest of Harvard chemistry and nano-technology professor Dr Charles Lieber for allegedly not reporting his financial relationship with the Wuhan virology laboratory, I began to speculate – as did many others – that there may be a relationship between the stories.

Many people, myself included, pointed out the utility of nano-technology to Baal Gates’ plans for a “medical tattoo”, a kind of implant that would constantly monitor and report on an individual’s medical status, and ultimately, dispense “medicine” to the individual via automatic “updates” in a kind of Microsoft medicine model of business.

Many people, of course, thought this was crazy.

Well, laugh no more, because that, according to this article shared by V.T., is exactly what they’re up to, according to a Rand study, The Internet of Bodies, just published:

The Internet of Bodies (IoB) and Hacking Your DNA

randNote how, according to the article, RAND is defining the “internet of bodies,” and what the goal is:

RAND defines the IoB as “a growing industry of devices that monitor the human body, collect health and other personal information, and transmit that data over the Internet.” In order to qualify as an IoB device, the technology must:

♦ contain software or computing capabilities

♦ be able to communicate with an Internet-connected device or network

An IoB device must also satisfy one or both of the following:

♦ collect person-generated health or biometric data

♦ be able to alter the human body’s function

The technology that Hollywood has presented over the years in dystopian sci-fi fantasies is now a reality. In the very near future, the technocratic overlords of science, health, finance, and Big Tech desire humanity to go from wearable devices to devices embedded within our bodies. (Italicized emphasis in the original article, boldface emphasis added.)

The article then notes that the first figure in the RAND report “shows just how invasive and pervasive IoB technology can become.” As one can easily see from the diagram, these technologies include:

(1) Cochlear implants in the ear, made famous by well-known American conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, who received such an implant enabling him to hear after going deaf from several decades’ wearing of earphones. Notably, the article implies that such implants would not only enable hearing, but allow “them” to monitor what an individual is listening to;

(2) depression headsets: implying the ability to manipulate emotions (and why bother with a headset when an implant would be unremoveable>);

(3) “Augmented reality” contacts lenses: again, presumably not  only monitoring what one is looking at, but able to modify what one sees;

(4) Electronic tattoos ala Baal Gates;

(5) Microchip implants, notably portrayed in the left hand;

(6) self-lacing shoes;

(7) Internet-connected glasses;

And on and on it goes.

RAND even notes that some of the draconian medical surveillance is already – so to speak – “online”:

In 2017, the FDA approved the first digital pill: an aripiprazole tablet with an ingestible sensor embedded in the pill that records that the medication was taken. The product is approved for the treatment of schizophrenia, acute treatment of manic and mixed episodes associated with bipolar I disorder, and for use as an add-on treatment for depression in adults… The system works by sending a message from the pill’s sensor to a wearable patch. The patch transmits the information to a mobile application so that patients can track the ingestion of the medication on their smartphone. Patients can also permit their caregivers and physician to access the information through a web-based portal.

There are dangers, of course. The article itself notes that cancer from mobile phone use has been documented. I know this all too well, having lost a sister to a glioblastoma; the tumor occurred precisely in an area of her brain right next to where she would always hold her portable phone when taking phone calls. I tried to warn her about it, to no avail.

The article rightly wonders what will happen if and when enough people permit these technologies into their bodies along with the accompanying radiation to run them. RAND is alive to the dangers, and points out explicitly one of the dangers (among many others) that I have often mentioned in this context in previous blogs: the ability of any of these devices to be hacked, and used for criminal purposes (murder by remote control, anyone?).

Additionally, there is the problem of malfunction. I’m reminded of the movie Core with actor Aaron Eckhart. The movie opens with mass scenes of electrical malfunctions, including birds unable to fly and people with pacemakers dropping dead due to sudden, massive shifts in the Earth’s magnetosphere.

Or as the article cites from RAND’s report, “The increased connectivity in IoT and IoB devices may provide an increased attack surface that introduces more vulnerabilities through these networks.”

The article concludes with a stern warning, and it’s a warning I wholeheartedly echo:

In an interview with RAND whistleblower Alex Abella, Paul Joseph Watson revealed what really fueled the organization’s efforts:

RAND’s ultimate goal was to have technocrats running every aspect of society in pursuit of a one world government that would be administered under “the rule of reason,” a ruthless world where efficiency was king and men were little more than machines, which is why RAND studied the social sciences because they were at a loss to work out how to deal with people and how human beings did not always act in their own predictable self-interests. There is no place for love, empathy or selflessness in the new world order that RAND and the Ford Foundation are working to create, and patriotism and altruism are adversarial to their aims.

The real purposes behind the Internet of Bodies and other schemes like Agenda 2030, The Great Reset, and The Fourth Industrial Revolution are not altruistic, but diabolical. Be warned that this technology may make your life easier in the short term, but its long-term purpose is to make you a dehumanized slave.

Slave indeed. It is no surprise that this should all be coming out of the United States of America, where the goal has always been “to form a more perfect union,” a kind of secularized communio sanctorum, where people are inserted like dressed and fitted stones in an immovable pyramid of power supporting, and controlled by, the top.

I’ve been warning for many years that Mr. Globaloney has taken a certain reading of biblical prophecy and made it his  gameplan, his template of action. It is a “beast system” right out of the Apocalypse of St. John. But one question that remains is how the rest of creation will react to it, because the goal is not simply anti-human life, but anti-all life.

And then there’s the problem of the “Apocalypse template” itself. If I’m correct that Mr. Globaloney is operating with an “Apocalypse of St John template”, then there is that thorny problem of “the intervention.” The internet has been abuzz for years (if not decades) on plans to “fake it,” to fake that intervention. I suspect in doing so, however, that Mr. Globaloney may not realize he may be calling down High Heaven on his head.

See you on the flip side…

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