Ever since COVID-19 became a global pandemic, many in conspiracy circles were already playing with the notion that this could be a precursor to a whole new sort of worldwide control. Global problems require global solutions, and with the President Trump’s pause on the one world government about to end, COVID-19 is just the kind of thing people that keep an eye on stuff like this expected.
Now, we have the vaccine for the virus rolling out in record time, and already there are calls all over the world for some system of keeping record of just who is and who is not vaccinated. Medical privacy laws complicate this matter, but Spain has gone on the record as the first country to openly admit that they will be creating a registry, and it will be designed to make sure people that refuse the vaccine are well-documented.
Of course, the claims are this is just for medical research. European nations also have privacy laws akin to the ones in the United States, but it’s pretty hard to believe that information like that isn’t going to be used in some other fashion. This comes on top of other stories about needing a “vaccine passport” to travel across international borders and perhaps needing proof even to go about your daily business. As you can see in the video below, many Christians are already sounding the alarm that this might be the “Mark of the Beast” mentioned in the Bible’s Book of Revelations.
Our take at Common Sense Conspiracy: well, if you think that this is the “Mark of the Beast,” then what do you make of all the instances of this already in play. It’s already required to show that you don’t have yellow fever to travel to many tropical countries. Children already have to demonstrate vaccinations in many cases to go to school. Most universities won’t accept young adults without proof of vaccinations as well. So, while we are not necessarily saying that Spain’s plan is completely innocent, it certainly isn’t unprecedented.
What do you think? Do you have a problem with a vaccination registry? What sinister purpose do you think it could be used for in the future? We want to hear your ideas in the comments below.