IF YOU wish to be ‘vaccinated’ against Covid-19 but have a phobia of needles, don’t worry: soon you will be able to apply a simple vaccine patch.
A team from the University of Queensland in Australia recently published the results of a study in mice of a product they claim to be ‘superior to traditional needle-and-syringe vaccination and [which] may be a significant addition to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic’.
Measuring a mere 1 x 1 cm, the patch contains 5,000 microprojections (minuscule plastic needles) coated with vaccine; the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is thus ‘injected’ when the patch is applied.
This sinister development from the Brisbane-based biotech firm Vaxxas is due for clinical trials next year with a view to becoming a self-administered vaccine.
‘If there’s a future pandemic,’ Vaxxas’s Michael Junger told ABC News (doubtless with a wink), ‘the last thing you want to do is rock up to a vaccination centre and line up with thousands of people to get a vaccine . . . Covid-19 is not going away.’
The patch would not only be a cheap way to deliver booster doses, but because it is not subject to the strict refrigeration requirement of the current vaccines, experts hope it ‘could eventually be sent through the mail or even delivered by drones in hard-to-reach places without reliable cold storage’. Even more disconcerting, perhaps, is that the product is somewhat primitive compared with the version already well under development in the UK.
In January the BBC reported that scientists at Swansea University were working on the world’s first prototype coronavirus vaccine ‘smart patch’, whereby the spike protein may not only be injected via microprojections but the vaccine’s efficacy subsequently monitored by scanning the patch for a data reading on the body’s immune response.
Although neither product is an entirely novel concept – probably building upon similar technology for the delivery and monitoring of insulin for diabetics – with the UK rollout having begun only in early December 2020, how could the Government have had so much faith at the time that a ‘miraculous’ yet experimental Covid-19 vaccine would guarantee our freedom when work on a smart patch delivery system was surely already well under way before the first jab?
Almost exactly 11 months ago, Johnson was falsely talking up the vaccine as some kind of innovative scientific breakthrough. No doubt borrowing from Oxford vaccine ‘inventor’ Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert’s lexicon of infantile newspeak, he said scientists had ‘used the virus itself to perform a kind of biological ju-jitsu, to turn the virus on itself in the form of a vaccine’.
Maybe he genuinely didn’t know that a smart patch delivery system was already on the stocks, or perhaps it is more plausible that he personally knew the vaccine would indeed deliver on its promises, but only via its failure and only on the promises made to him behind closed doors by the high priests of medical authoritarianism who now rule the world.
I suggest that he must have known even in early December 2020 that the requirement of annual or even biannual booster shots would be a certainty by design. Hence he must soon have grasped the efficiency of having people destroy themselves at home with a self-administered patch, rather than having them badger a health service already earmarked for transferral online.
After all, at the time Johnson went to great lengths to temper his nauseatingly faux-Churchillian ‘we have been waiting and hoping for the day when the searchlights of science would pick out our invisible enemy’ with an equal measure of hyper-cautious ‘we must not toot the bugle just yet’ jingoistic guff. It appears, Prime Minister, that you sold our bugle to the highest bidder quite some time ago.
We are approaching two years into what healthcare oligarchs are pushing to become the ‘decade of self care’: a new era in which children are encouraged to diagnose their own conditions at home, and the neighbourhood pharmacy will become the acceptable face of domestic pharmaceutical terrorism.
As if that weren’t enough, it appears that within a matter of a mere year or two, citizens will be administering their own booster shots at home using smart patches: ordered online, delivered via Royal Mail, immune response scanned with a smartphone and result uploaded to a government-controlled database.
Such a system could not possibly be more manipulable, and should it come to pass, the data harvested will be utilised to engineer crisis upon public health crisis, and we shall become lost in the Gordian maze of the post-Covid Order indefinitely; inching ever closer to implanted health-microchips.
Are we being nudged piecemeal towards State-sponsored mass suicide?