Big Pharma is taking the next big step toward enforcing total compliance. The pharmaceutical industry is introducing a new type of drug – pills that contains computer chips that track your adherence.
Pharmaceutical companies spend over $3 billion annually on national TV ads – brainwashing consumers in their own homes. Big Pharma also spends and an appalling $20 billion to persuade medical professionals to prescribe those same prescription drugs. According to the Center for Public Integrity, pharmaceutical companies spend more money to lobby politicians than any other industry. There are at least 1,274 lobbyists in Washington alone – more than two lobbyists for every member of Congress. Pharmaceutical companies control the media, the healthcare system, and the federal government, guaranteeing mass compliance to their empire. Pharmaceutical companies are so powerful; they have legal immunity when their vaccines cause injury and/or death — a corrupt system that goes as far back as 1986.
Big Pharma would like to control your life some more with computer chips installed inside pills
In order to further choke-hold Americans into submission, pharmaceutical companies are coming out with electronic smart pills that contain computer chips that track your compliance. The first digital chemotherapy pill was just approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in January 2020. This pill contains capecitabine, a chemical agent that ravages the body, causing aches, chills, anemia, chest pain, labored breathing, rapid heart rate, swelling and shortness of breath. Once a patient is convinced that this drug is the best way to approach a cancer diagnosis, they will be subjected to bloody stools, coughing up blood, rashes, vomiting and fatigue that is the direct effect of this drug. This chemotherapy agent is so poisonous it can cause severe dehydration, acute kidney failure, liver failure and white matter brain damage. As if this suffering wasn’t enough, the pill will now come with a computer chip inside. Once the chip hits the stomach, information is relayed to a skin patch. The skin patch sends information to a computer, where a physician, researcher, hacker, or government official can track your compliance to the drug and learn more about your habits.
This pharmaceutical company is prepared to mass produce these computer chips so they can be embedded in most drugs. In fact, the company has already invented 40 other pharmaceuticals that include the chip. Once these computer chip-laced drugs become commonplace, there will be no turning back from the poison, as your adherence to it will be recorded, monitored and tracked by officials.
Some patients avoid the medications they are prescribed because they cause severe side effects and other health problems that cause even more compliance to pharmaceuticals. Some people don’t want to suffer just to please a doctor. Some people want out of the constant poisoning and the perpetual brainwashing. The body doesn’t require poison, suffering and tracked compliance in order to heal.
Patients who have been labeled “bipolar” or “schizophrenic” are forced to take prescription drugs that alter their brain in negative ways. Digital tracking of psychiatric patients has already been designed by pharmaceutical companies. In 2017, the FDA approved the first digital pill containing aripiprazone, a chemical used for managing schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
The human-to-human connection, the listening and understanding, and the counseling and friendship that can change people’s lives is thrown away and replaced with forced medication. Courts may order patients to comply with drugs for psychiatric disorders. These psychiatric patients aren’t allowed to leave their prison or get child custody if they do not comply with forced medication. These mandates are harmful when patients suffer from drug dependence, irreversible changes to their brain function, and other physiological side effects that come from the forced prescriptions.
Furthermore, the U.S. Defense Advance Research Projects Agency is currently designing ways to activate or deactivate specific regions of the brain using computer-brain interfaces. Once computer chips are put in the body or consumed regularly in pills, there are many possibilities for government or pharmaceutical companies to control the human brain, human impulses, or triggers.