Moderna’s co-founder created a quantum dot tattoo to track the vaxxed. The company is now using AI to generate endless mRNA jabs. Welcome to Transhumanism, Inc.
By Joe Allen
We’re living out a sci-fi thriller where unaccountable corporations openly force advanced tech into our bodies. Capitalizing on the current germaphobic frenzy, Moderna’s co-founder, Dr. Robert Langer, saw his experimental mRNA vaccines pushed on the American public. Riding that dark wave of corporate and government mandates, Langer became an instant billionaire. But this isn’t the only fanged rabbit in his magic top hat.
In 2018, the MIT scientist had developed a quantum dot tattoo—an under-skin nanoparticle QR code, to be scanned by smartphones—in order to track the vaccinated masses and ensure compliance. Like many undignified experiments, this was to begin in the Third World—cuz social justice.
This vaxx & track technology drew the intense personal interest of Bill Gates. That interest naturally translated into millions of dollars in funding. This is in addition to $20 million given to Moderna by the Gates Foundation back in 2016 to develop a new type of vaccine—where bits of injected genetic code would hijack the cell’s machinery to produce reams of pathogenic proteins.
Three technologies drive the plot of this story—mRNA gene therapy, tracking tech, and artificial intelligence. Advanced machine learning, used to predict the effects of mRNA mutations in silico, allows for lightning fast vaccine development—including regulatory approval. Additionally, embedded subdermal tracking systems can ensure that every person on planet Earth is up-to-date on their shots.
Taken together, these innovations are rapidly converging on a long sought after goal—an inescapable surveillance state, controlled by corporations, in which the global population is subject to continual medical experimentation.
This is not a new story. Many argue it was first written down by St. John on the island of Patmos, some two thousand years ago. In recent decades, sci-fi pulp novels and paranoid tracts on the subject have piled up to the ceiling. The Internet is flooded with cartoonish depictions of evil, chip-implanting globalists—many of which are remarkably accurate.
Today, in the wake of what appears to be a leaked bioweapon, a subsequent global pandemic, the cynical declaration of a Great Reset, a laughable disinformation campaign by every major media outlet, and the imposition of total digitalization—in which even the human body requires regular genetic software updates to remain viable—we now behold a pale horse. That sick beast is poised to trample every liberty we once enjoyed.
Connecting the Quantum Dots
The “spiky patch” quantum dot tattoo was developed by MIT scientists Dr. Robert Langer and Dr. Ana Jaklenec. Their research was published in the prestigious Science Translational Medicine. I first wrote about this insidious project for ColdType in an article entitled “Bill Gates: Chipping the Hand of God,” published May of 2020, and again last year in my piece “Reaching for the Mark of the Beast.”
The quantum dot tattoo is to be administered using a microneedle patch in tandem with any given vaccination. Fluorescent nanoparticles are placed in a specific configuration—a sort of QR code embedded in the flesh—which can be scanned with infrared light on a modified smartphone. Experimentation on lab mice indicates the quantum dot tattoo will last for up to five years. The project’s leader openly stated that their goal is “widespread adoption” in humans.
This is not some “laptop conspiracy.” It was covered extensively in 2019 by Smithsonian Magazine, Scientific American, Stat News, MIT News, Rice University News, and elsewhere. Despite the widespread coverage, “fact-checkers” across the board have deliberately concealed this reality by focusing on claims that “microchip implants” are being used to track vaccination, often with no mention of the actual quantum dot project. In a CBS interview last year, Bill Gates pretended to know nothing about it—just like he knew nothing about his Microsoft monopoly or any Epstein Island retreats.
Aside from the quantum vaxx tattoos, Microsoft recently patented a different system wherein wearable (or implanted) biosensors will monitor a person’s behavior, including eye movements, brain waves, bodily fluids, and attention. In this system, desired activities are to be rewarded with cryptocurrency, like some digital stick-and-carrot routine. By chance, the patent application received the publication number WO/2020/060606.
“Fact-checkers” assure us only a “conspiracy theorist” would notice something so ominous. Apparently, the $319 million that Gates paid out to corporate media outlets was money well spent.
In order to market their quantum dot tattoo, Langer and Jaklenec founded the company Particles For Humanity—in partnership with Dr. Boris Nikolic of Biomatics Capital—with $5 million from the Gates Foundation. Previously, Nikolic served as Bill Gates’s chief science advisor, and by pure coincidence, was named as a successor executor in Jeffery Epstein’s will. It’s also worth noting that both Langer and Nikolic have profiles on the World Economic Forum’s website—but of course, anybody who’s anybody does.
At a JP Morgan conference in January of 2019, Particles for Humanity presented a bleeding heart case for tagging hapless hut-dwellers with under-skin implants. The implicit rationale is that these societies will never achieve sufficient organization to keep proper vaccine records. Across the Third World, mass vaccination is the white man’s burden.
Because technocrats have to know all—and because the unvaxxed in Africa and South Asia hide in the heart of darkness, concealed from the All-Seeing Eye—the MIT scientists proposed “on-patient medical record embedding vaccination information into skin…invisible data only readable by custom, low-cost, mobile technology.” In other words, quantum dot tattoos to be scanned with modified smartphones.
As with any vaguely satanic experiment conducted by Ahriman-possessed technocrats, “experts” are sorting out the “ethical concerns.” In December of 2019, the MIT team was ready to send interviewers to Malawi, Benin, Kenya, and Bangladesh to survey acceptance in each population. The researchers would ask these simple folk—who still cling to their Bibles and Qur’ans—if they’d be open to getting fluorescent nanotech QR codes tattooed onto their and their children’s bodies.
Due to the pandemic, this survey was cut short. Does that mean Particles For Humanity and the Gates Foundation will just go for it?
Here at home, many Americans were adamantly opposed to being lab rats in a mandated mRNA vaxx experiment. And look at us now—trembling test subjects in a TV cage.
Jab 2.0 for Humanity 2.0
This global mRNA vaxx experiment is about to ramp up dramatically. Pulling ahead of the pack, Moderna is currently developing mRNA vaccines for fifteen different diseases, from HIV and tuberculosis to malaria and the common flu. That means an endless array of experimental, barely tested vaccines will soon flood the market. If recent history is any guide, institutional mandates and digital vaxxport updates will follow close behind.
This potential for rapid production and near-instant regulatory approval, reckless as it may be, was celebrated by the transhumanists at Singularity Hub:
[mRNA is] faster, simpler, and more adaptable than any previous vaccine technology. Because they no longer rely on physical target proteins from a virus—rather, just the genetic code for those proteins—designing a vaccine just requires a laptop and some ingenuity. “The era of the digital vaccine is here,” wrote a team from GlaxoSmithKline.
This is the Jab 2.0 for Humanity 2.0—where our immune systems require constant software updates by way of alien genetic codes regularly injected into our bodies. Machine learning makes all this possible. The article “Designing Vaccines: The Role of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Health,” published by BioProcess International in October of 2021, is equally celebratory:
According to the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, the fourth industrial revolution…is characterized by an unprecedented development and exponential growth of a high-technology industry transforming society at every level. In particular, healthcare systems are evolving rapidly to adapt to the new reality. [T]he main technologies currently shifting the paradigm of medical research are artificial intelligence and machine learning. …
From a marketing perspective, experts predict that the global AI healthcare market will grow from US$4.9 billion in 2020 to reach $45.2 billion by 2026.
When citizens are forced to buy a company’s potentially dangerous products, either directly or through tax dollars, such staggering wealth accumulation is all but assured. The role of AI in this gold rush is quite simple—machine learning systems can rapidly identify useful molecules before actual testing moves to the biolab. Beginning from basic principles—physics, chemistry, microbiology—a deep learning system can generate and virtually test an enormous variety of drug compounds or mRNA vaccines in silico.
In August of 2020, researchers published “Artificial Intelligence for COVID-19 Drug Discovery and Vaccine Development” in Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. The authors wrote:
Machine learning enables the creation of models that learn and generalize the patterns within the available data and can make inferences from previously unseen data. With the advent of deep learning, the learning procedure can also include automatic feature extraction from raw data. … Taking this work together, it is clear that spike protein has been the most popular candidate for virtual vaccine discovery.
Moderna has fully embraced this method. The Big Pharma corporation—co-founded by the creator of the quantum dot vaxx & track technology—is now using AI to generate possible vaccines at incomprehensible speeds. Bits of genetic code can be “dreamed up” by purely digital minds. That bio-information will then be injected in human populations and translated into swarms of novel proteins.
Last summer, Moderna’s chief data and artificial intelligence officer, Dave Johnson, told MIT Sloan Management Review:
[W]hat we’re really trying to do is accelerate the pace of research so that we can get as many drugs in the clinic as quickly as possible. One of the big bottlenecks is having this mRNA for the scientist to run tests on. So, what we did is we put in place a ton of robotic automation, put in place a lot of digital systems and process automation and AI algorithms as well. And we went from maybe about thirty mRNAs manually produced in a given month to a capacity of about a thousand in a month.
Because advanced AI is a black box whose inner workings are mostly unknown, even to its creators, the process of generating entirely new gene sequences unfolds like magic:
We can integrate those into these live systems that we have, so that scientists just press a button and the work is done for them. And they don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes, but then – poof! – out comes this better sequence for them.
Back in Africa, where quantum dot tattoos may or may not be getting implanted as I type this, Moderna just announced plans for a new mRNA vaccine manufacturing plant. The company is putting up $500 million to build the factory in Kenya, beyond the reach of nosy Western regulators.
Where scrutiny can’t be avoided, artificial intelligence will soon be used to speed up the regulatory process—not that it was a huge hurdle to begin with. Adding insult to vaccine injury, Pfizer’s vice president and head of information management explains how they’ll game the system:
In the future, we believe that AI may help us predict what queries regulators are likely to come back with. We may then be able to improve our submissions by predicting in advance what regulators are likely to ask, and coming prepared with those answers ahead of time.
Welcome to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where machines create vaccines that are regulated by machines and injected into biomechanoid humans who are tracked by machines.
No End in Sight—Unless We End It
When exploring the otherworldly ideas of transhumanism—and its megalomaniacal counterpart, technocracy—I always ask three questions:
1) What are their stated ambitions?
2) Is the technology even feasible?
3) Will corporations actually sell these products (or alternatively, will governments be able to mandate them)?
First, it’s clear that Big Pharma has an open ambition to generate endless mRNA vaccines using artificial intelligence. Going further, technocratic elites like Bill Gates and Robert Langer want human cattle to be tattooed with fluorescent nanoparticles to track their vaxx status, starting with the Third World. It’s easy to imagine that the rest of us are next.
What’s worse, similar ambitions are held by numerous partners (and competitors) at the World Economic Forum, Silicon Valley, the Chinese Communist Party, and elsewhere. This is not a global conspiracy—these are publicly declared plans.
Second, AI-generated vaccines and subdermal tracking tech already exist, and they are rapidly improving.
Third, the germaphobic masses are now conditioned to submit to any technology deemed “safe and effective.” This terrified horde is also primed to insist that you submit, too.
Somehow, against all odds, the human spirit has not been broken. There’s a swelling movement to peel back vaccine mandates in the Western world. Unbowed souls have taken to the streets in mass protests. As hard evidence of vaccine injury accumulates, we can expect this battle to move into the courts as well. Schools, private companies, and various governments are yielding to public will and dropping their mandates and restrictions. But this pressure must be relentless if we are to stem the tide.
The transhumanist ambition, implemented through technocratic policies, is to transform humanity through technology. It’s a delusional quest for perfection, however approximate—perfect health, perfect cognition, perfect machines. This ambition will never vanish. But like a devil chained up in the underworld, it can be contained.
The first step is public awareness. The second is a bold personal stance. The third is community action. The last, and most enduring, is the institutional protection of our rights, our privacy, and our bodily autonomy.
This struggle against the machine won’t end until the last battery fizzles out. Prepare yourself for perpetual warfare. There can be no wishful thinking, but there’s only one attitude to take—we will win this.