One Vaccine, Hold the Boosters and Chips

Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!

When I came back to work, I could not for the life of me remember my passwords. I called our help desk and gave the appropriate information to get back to working. 

Now, all of a sudden, I remember my passwords and keep accidentally inputting the old ones. 

This must be a symptom of the word that kills my page search rankings when I put it in my posts.

Seriously, I got a vaccination. They paid me 500 bucks to take it, so I was a good little lab rat, got sick on the second dose and tested positive between shots. I am wary of a booster after that second shot.

While I chose to take a vaccination, 

I will choose to keep microchips out of my skin. 

I was reading an Insider article that stated, 

“I am convinced that this technology is here to stay and we will think it nothing strange to have an implant in their hand,” Sjoblad told the BBC in 2014, saying he hoped to get 1,000, then 10,000 people on board with the program.”

You can read it here if you want to form your own conclusions on the matter.

https://www.insider.com/swedish-firm-under-skin-microchip-for-covid-19-passes-2021-12

I spoke with a coworker about this and he wanted to know my reasoning. I informed him that it was just too close to Biblical prophecy for comfort and I would draw a line here even if it meant it would be hard to feed my family.

He was perplexed by my sentiment. I think it will be rather easy to influence folks to put a microchip in their hands. While I find value in the appropriate use of medicine and vaccines, 

I most certainly do not wish to have any microchip in my body. 

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire.

35 thoughts on “One Vaccine, Hold the Boosters and Chips

    1. Deacon Blues says:

      I like my pets, but they’re my property, and I’m responsible for the trouble they make. I had no problem putting chips in them. But, having a chip in me, that means I’m someone else’s property. I’m not cool with that.

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      1. leendadll says:

        That’s a good way to put it. I also do it because they can’t talk and tell people where they belong.

        I don’t even let my phone track me (keep it off most of the time) so I’m extra chip resistant!

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  1. Herb says:

    When the Mark of the Beast comes people will knowingly, willingly accept it because they will be worshipping the Beast. I believe the Rapture happens first.

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  2. Ryan Callahan says:

    I agree. I’m never getting chipped. I have actually been warning about the chip and the mark of the beast for many years. That is most likely the technology that will be used for the mark. Implanting microchips in people is very creepy, disturbing, and just plain gross.

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  3. dumbestblogger says:

    I’m concerned by the fact that your coworker found your position perplexing. Seems pretty straightforward to me.

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  4. Herb says:

    I think Prey by Michael Crichton dealt with nan-technology, but I’m not sure.

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  5. equipsblog says:

    As long as we carry cellphones, we do not need a microchip in our arm to be tracked. I got two vaccinations and boosted. Except for a sore arm, I have had no other problems I sometimes wonder if our symptoms and subsequent problems are because that is what we anticipate and our expectations are met. If you plan to succeed you will, the same if you plan to fail.

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      You may have a point there! I am not as concerned about being tracked. I speak about my life online and have my GPS on much of the time unless I need to conserve battery.

      We most assuredly want to plan for success! 🤠🔥

      Great Comment!

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      1. equipsblog says:

        Thanks for your tolerance in your blog and welcoming other points of view. We need a lot more of that. 😉

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  6. kagould17 says:

    The Mark of the Beast has been here for a while, in cell phones (look how everyone worships them), car GPS and locator chips, traffic cameras, doorbell cameras, bank cameras, Siri, Alexa, Google, Facebook ,credit and debit cards and most scannable I.D. cards. Trust me you do not need a chip on your body to be tracked. I feel like an inoculation pincushion over the past 15 months, with my 2020 flu shot, 2 Shingrix shots, 3 Covid shots, my pneumonia shot and my 2022 shot. If Bill Gates wants to track my sorry A–, he will soon find out how truly boring I am. The items in the vaccine are nano (small)-particles which direct the vaccine to the virus. If they are tracking anything, it is the virus and I say have at ‘er. Kill this S.O.B. virus so all my friends vaxxed and unvaxxed can stop getting themselves and others sick. I had one 40 year old neighbour who was 30 minutes from death with Covid and still has a cough and blood clots a year later, another who is suffering from uncontrollable diabetes a year later. It is not getting sick or dying from Covid that is the worry, it is becoming a long hauler which even happens to ultra fit athletes. Stay well and on track Benjamin. Allan

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  7. kagould17 says:

    True that, but, that is typically what a chip is used for and that is what most of the anti vax chatter out there seems to suggest. I apologise. Now if I could only stop Google from tracking me. 😊

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  8. Homemaking in the Dunes says:

    Did you react to the vaccine? I always highly reactive to vaccines. So, I had a fever for a couple of days. My husband didn’t have any reaction.

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      The second Moderna shot made me very sick for three days. I think it just depends. I don’t have specific detailsI can give, but I am not the only one that had adverse reaction to it. 🤠🔥

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    2. The Storyteller says:

      I will say this. I have had Covid 3 times, once after a vax. If the booster makes me as sick as the second shot, I don’t want one.

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  9. Petra says:

    I agree on the microchips, feels too dystopic to me and not even all that practical. As for passwords and symptoms, the special word of the year killed my concentration and short term memory for close to a year. Learning new things was like squeezing my brain dry for a while

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  10. Cassa Bassa says:

    My workplace requires me to double jab to keep my job, in order to keep feeding my family, I had my 1st jab 2 weeks ago. I have been praying against jab injury for myself and people I love (there are quite a lot) 🙏🙏🙏

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      I will take a booster if pressured. I will not knowingly place a chip in my body.
      I appreciate your take on this Cassa Bassa! 🤠🔥

      Reply

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