Buying and Selling with the “Mark of the Beast”
Keywords:contact tracing, cryptocurrency control, forfeiture of rights, global surveillance, new global monetary system, robotic management, technocratic control
The document appended here — an “International Application Published Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT)” — falls among the many “unprecedented” events witnessed during COVID-19. It was filed June 20, 2019 with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) under the PCT and its international publication date was March 26, 2020. Some have already scorned the idea that the document appended as the final entry to IJVTPR 1(2) is at least a partial fulfillment of an apocalyptic prophecy concerning the age-old conflict between good and evil. But it is as real and as relevant to COVID-19 as the vaccines that were envisioned and practically in production before SARS-CoV-2 infected the first human in Wuhan. Now, with the burden of the economic shut-down settling upon the people of the planet, the prospect of pandemics more deadly than COVID-19, has made many fearful enough to forfeit their free will to technocrats ready to manage them like robots. The patent applied for is about the buying and selling of “human necessities”. It would authorize the patent holder to use every manner of surveillance of an individual’s bodily states, actions, and thoughts to make the buying and selling of necessary products and services, contingent upon certain “work”, such as receiving or refusing to receive certain vaccines or meeting other requirements set by the patent holder.
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