This May 22, 2021 article was written by Christopher Hope for The Telegraph.
In this article, Hope discusses the recent publication released by the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behaviors (SPI-B) which tracked vaccinated individuals without their knowledge. According to the SPI-B, over 4,200 individuals were tracked through their phones in order to “gain insights into behavioral changes after vaccination”. We will remember in a previous article that some members of the SPI-B have condemned the organization’s use of fear to regulate citizen behavior, see Scientists admit: Use of fear to control behavior during the COVID crisis was totalitarian
Several privacy activists have called out the government has criticized this move, but the government insists that the collection of data was ethical and no privacy laws were violated. Big Brother Watch, a privacy watchdog in the UK, said that citizens would be “disturbed to discover they were unwittingly tracked and subjected to behavioral analysis via their phones…This is deeply chilling and could be extremely damaging to public trust in medical confidentiality. Between looming COVID passports and vaccine phone surveillance, this Government is turning Britain into a Big Brother state under the cover of COVID. This should be a wake-up call to us all”.
Editor’s Note: Remember Nicanor’s article, Vaccines: Trojan Horses for Global Sterilization and Surveillance? Well, the predictions on that article are becoming true by the day. In addition, we learn from this article that they have found another way to track vaccine recipients against their will and knowledge.
The issue with the recent actions of the SPI-B is that not a single one of the vaccine recipients was informed of the government’s desire to study behavioral changes after vaccination. No one was told that they might be surveilled for a time. Has someone suspended the ethics of scientific research during the fake pandemic?
What a truly deadly virus SARS-CoV-2 has become. It has killed even basic human decency.
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