Regardless of the amount of young health care workers and elderly people who have had severe reactions or even died after taking the experimental Covid-19 vaccine it is being disseminated to the masses as we speak.
There is a huge effort to get these things into your body. There's mobile vaccination units driving around ready to stick a needle in you. The VA/ Veterans Affairs keeps leaving creepy automated messages on my phone and sending me letters in the mail. I try to avoid watching live television, but I've seen the local news filling their segments with stories about where/how to get a vaccine.
Anyone who has been aware that this whole Covid pandemic is part of a bigger agenda knows where this is leading to. Vaccine Certificates, passports or in this particular article...vaccine cards.
I need to make the obvious point that there is a large amount of people around the world who do not want to take these vaccines which is why the establishment (government, media, corporations) are expending alot of energy trying to convince people to take something that they don't want.
The tactics they're employing are pure evil. Such as those stupid folding signs in doorways at the supermarket and elsewhere telling you that it is your obligation, your duty to society to get vaccinated; saying you owe it to your family with a picture of an elderly person.
They've been putting out tons of articles trying to give the impression that confidence in the vaccine is rising even though it isn't. And that people who are dying or experiencing life threatening reactions after taking the vaccine had nothing to do with taking the vaccine.
This is how psychological warfare works. There is a war being waged by the elites against the public. Vaccine passports will eventually be required to do anything. That's the endgame. You'll have to get annual doses of gene altering material pumped into your body in order to continue living in society. And these passports will store all your data. They will be micro-chipped. You will be tracked everywhere you go. (Pretty much already are)
The article below is talking about the paper card, but it will become an electronic card (much like your drivers license with bar codes etc) or an app on your phone very quickly. The point of the article is to scare the reader into accepting a digital vaccine ID instead of the archaic paper card that lacks security. Its predictive programming.
There's the ID2020 project that's ready to be rolled out and the Micro-Needle Nano Patch that gets stuck into your skin and stores your health records. They are both touted as a solution to the ever present security risk.
These digital IDs are going to be incorporated into society regardless of whether the whole Covid-19 plandemic occurred or not.
The liberating, euphoric feeling of receiving your COVID-19 vaccine might be as thrilling as getting, say, that first driver's license.
It's one of those first-steps, a milestone, on the road to being able to live life just a bit more freely. And many want to share this small victory on social media.
But taking a selfie of you holding your vaccination card is a real no-no, according to consumer watchdogs.
While some of these scam warnings have been out for a while, I'm still seeing friends posting photos of their vaccine cards on Facebook. And I fear that we're going to see even more of these photos, as states open up vaccination efforts.
You see how they associated freedom with getting the vaccine? Getting your driver's license when your 16 is a big deal. Its all about freedom to go places.
They take away your freedoms in order to fight a virus that kills about 1% of those who get it and then offer those freedoms back to you with strings attached. That's not freedom or liberation as they put it. Its coercion and manipulation.
These next paragraphs are so ridiculous that they would be funny, but they are trying to manipulate people into taking something that can harm them and that irritates me.
Don't get me wrong, I am thrilled when a friend, a relative or someone's mom or dad is able to schedule and receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Just maybe post a shot of your arm or the sticker you got after receiving the vaccine.
I'm not from the anti-selfie school — and there is one — that says you're boasting at a time when many people aren't as fortunate in the vaccine lottery as you've been.
Some in their 60s, 70s and 80s still find it terribly difficult to get scheduled for a vaccine. Many young parents are expecting that they're near the end of the line for these vaccines, given the jobs they do and the year that they were born.
This is utter bullshit. These vaccines are being pushed on the public with incredible effort. The poor elderly people were used as guinea pigs. Its sickening.
Your happy moment, like so many on Facebook, only reminds others of what they're lacking in life.
So its not just about a security issue its about teasing others who really really want the vaccine but aren't fortunate enough to get it. Oh. Okay.
Then the article goes into scare mode. Basically how people are using information from their vaccine card to scam them. Its long, boring and predictable writing, but I'll post it anyway. The point is to show you the techniques they use to sell something to the public. Its similar to advertising a product. You need to present a problem to the viewer (usually show them people who are unhappy, scared, overweight, bald, etc) and then offer your product as a solution to their problem.
This article isn't quite going in the direction of a digital ID, but its giving the impression that there's a problem with the old fashioned paper vaccine card. Its only been a few weeks since the public have had full access to the Covid -19 shot so I'm not sure what they are basing this off.
When the reader sees an article or news story on TV about people with paper vaccine cards getting scammed they'll remember this article and say oh yeah, that's a problem.(When its not) And then they'll offer their digital vaccine passport. It will be cool and hip and people will take selfies of it. It will be "voluntary" like face coverings were in the beginning of this hoax. And then useful idiots such as these people will pave the way for it to be mandatory. Thanks guys.
Why do scammers look at vaccine cards?
No matter where you stand, though, you never want to give a leg up to a scammer.
Fortunately, the vaccine card issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention doesn't contain any information as troubling as your Social Security number.
From what I've seen online, though, I now know the exact birth date and year for some of my friends, the type of vaccine that they received, their full name, and sometimes, depending on how they hold that card, exactly where they received the shots.
Granted, a good deal of our personal information is already out there somewhere after a variety of hacking incidents. And we've already posted plenty about ourselves on social media, too. Plenty of people already list their birthday, if not the exact year, on Facebook.
But why give scammers easy access to any data?
"While it may not seem like a lot of information, all a sophisticated scammer needs is a little bit of information about you, they then do their own research to fill in the blanks," said Laura Blankenship, director of marketing for the Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan & the Upper Peninsula.
Crooks could use this information, perhaps along with other readily available information, to open a credit card or take out a loan, hack into your personal accounts or maybe even file a phony income tax return to trigger a generous refund.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, who issued a warning about sharing photos of COVID-19 vaccine cards via social media, noted that information on the cards can help scammers hack online accounts or commit identity fraud.
In general, Blankenship noted, a variety of personal documents should never be shared on social media, including a paycheck, birth certificate, medical records, a driver's license and yes, a vaccine card.
The Better Business Bureau is urging consumers to avoid posting photos of their COVID-19 vaccine cards on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
"Unfortunately, your card has your full name and birthday on it, as well as information about where you got your vaccine," the BBB warns.
"If your social media privacy settings aren’t set high, you may be giving valuable information away for anyone to use."
And there is a concern that somehow crooks will engineer a way to sell fake vaccination cards in the United States. The BBB said: "Posting photos of your card can help provide scammers with information they can use to create and sell phony ones."
Scammers in Great Britain, according to an earlier BBB alert, have already been caught selling fake vaccination cards on eBay and TikTok.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel stated in a consumer alert that some of the confusion and misinformation relating to the COVID-19 vaccines can give scammers an edge.
“Scammers will try to capitalize on these circumstances and take advantage of people by using a variety of tactics," Nessel said in a statement.
"We must all remain watchful and aware of their tricks.”
Some see vaccine scams where there are none
People shouldn't panic if they've already posted such photos. It is possible to take down or delete a photo. And again, some of this information is already out there.
"It's just like anything else. It's a piece of a puzzle for a criminal," said Amy Nofziger, director of victim support for the AARP Fraud Watch Network.
Nofziger said the fraud network does get calls from consumers about the vaccine but many times consumers think a legitimate effort to schedule a vaccine might be a scam.
The vaccination registration process often does involve receiving emails or texts, picking up the phone for a strange number and scheduling an appointment, she said. Many times, you're going to a specific site, such as the county health department, to register online and give your cell phone number.
"We really want people to stay alert," Nofziger said, "but we don't want people to be so fearful that they're not getting the vaccine."
Yeah we wouldn't want people to not take the vaccine because of our fearmongering. We just want them to be scared enough to want a more secure digital vaccine passport.
The pandemic — and now the vaccination effort — have opened the door for a variety of different scams. Some may try to sell vaccines directly to you for a few hundred dollars; others are asking for gift cards or cash to schedule an appointment for you. All scams.
The pandemic and the vaccines themselves are a scam, lol. The 2020 election was a scam. Yeah..there's lots of scams going on right now. This article is trying to scam people into getting a digital vaccine passport.
Nofziger said one consumer met someone via an online dating site who seemed to be a promising love interest — and then one person raised a huge red flag.
If you pay me, a romantic prospect told the other, I can help you get the vaccine and then we'll be safe enough to go on a date.
Congratulations! You made it through that heap of garbage.
Watching how the New World Order operates is scary. They are methodical and very efficient at getting what they want. But what's really scary is knowing that people are purposefully being misinformed for someone elses benefit and not their own and they are completely oblivious to it. Its like swimming in the ocean with killer sharks and thinking your at your local YMCA pool playing Marco Polo.
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