While We Were Distracted: The World ‘Roll Up Your Sleeve’ Congress
“The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” – President Ronald Reagan
The week began with a circus they called a presidential debate and ended with the President being shuttled to Walter Reed after testing positive with The Rona.
Meanwhile, a virtual conference was taking place in Washington, DC called the World Vaccine Congress. This was a 4-day brainstorming session with 300 speakers and thousands in attendance; which of course included representatives from several pharmaceutical companies, plus military personnel, HHS, other government agencies and NGO’s. Our favorite Dr. Shortstuff Fauci opened the meeting as one of the first keynote speakers. There is a second World Vaccine Congress – Europe beginning October 19.
Only one person with press credentials covered this extremely important meeting and reported on it. The Washington Post had a speaker there, but I have found no coverage, from The WAPO or any other media outlet yet. Much of what transpired there will eventually impact everyone in the world.
Recently, I began following WATB.tv. Dr. June Knight is the lady behind WATB and when she announced that she was attending the conference so she could report on it I decided I would listen to her daily updates. If you go to her website, you will notice that she is a Christian. Her story of her journey to DC as a journalist who is given press credentials to the Whitehouse, and why she left to return to Tennessee is quite interesting, but not relevant to this subject matter.
She enlisted several volunteers to watch with her to make sure they did not miss anything. From what I gathered, it sounded like they were overloaded with information. They focused on one session each morning and afternoon. Each person would then contribute to the report what they learned from that session. The updates were long, up to 2 hours and Dr. Knight’s delivery was presented in a relaxed, southern, conversational manner rather than the traditional report you would see in a typical news update. In other words, it was tedious. I kept note paper with me and listened on earphones as I did chores.
Did I learn anything I didn’t think I already knew? I think what I learned is that it confirms my worst suspicions on what is planned in the next 12 to 18 months.
You can view the daily agenda for the World Vaccine Congress here. What I will present is a focused view of certain portions of the agenda. For instance, how they are using technology both as a part of the vaccine and how they intend to use it to track who is vaccinated. Much of the focus was on the US and the challenges they expect to have regarding vaccine “hesitancy”.
Remember when the President said the “military would be used to distribute the vaccine in a very powerful way”? There was a military panel there and the discussion included the challenges they had to overcome and what strategies were needed to overcome them.
Challenges included “misinformation”, nationalism and how to combat it. How to build peoples trust, particularly with the black community. Of particular concern were people harboring certain “ideologies” including anti-vaxxers and people with religious objections. These people were labeled extremists and Nazis.
Last July, Yale University enrolled 4000 participants in a study named Covid-19 Messaging Part 1. The study will help them to decide what kind of messaging will be the most persuasive to convince the “hesitant” to get vaccinated. I believe this is also called propaganda.
There will be a “digital” focus on the immune system using blockchain technology. Compliance will be enforced using surveillance. Allowing people to move around freely it makes it harder to locate them to make sure they are vaccinated. Getting people in quarantine faster was suggested as one way to be able to more easily locate people. Going back to the old normal is a non-starter. Masks, social distancing and quarantines is the new normal.
Recently, the CDC released the initial draft on how the Covid-19 vaccine would be phased in. Page 11 shows a 3 phased approach beginning with healthcare workers. Once there are enough doses to vaccinate the general population, public/private partnerships will be used to facilitate the efficient distribution of the vaccine. The Community Emergency Response Team is one aspect of this partnership. Many churches are part of the CERT and can be used as a place to set up mobile vaccine units.
Before I move on to their discussion about possible vaccine ingredients, I think it’s important to talk about the RT-PCR tests that are being used to diagnose who has a “case”. The question I don’t hear anybody asking is just what, exactly, is considered a case? Is the person sick? Or are these just people who had the PCR test and got a positive reading? Spiro Skouras answers these questions on activistpost
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