Regular readers here know that I'm fascinated with the story of Elizabeth Holmes and her Silicon Valley start-up, Theranos. But for those unfamiliar with the story, a brief review is in order. Holmes was once the darling of the early morning television talk-show circuit. Her start-up, Theranos, was worth billions, and its board once boasted the presence of names well-known: George Schultz, Riley Bechtel, even Henry Kissinger and General Mattis and former Senator Sam Nunn and former Secretary of Defense William Perry were on her board. The military-industrial complex, in other words, was very interested in Theranos and Ms. Holmes' idea.
What was the idea? Basically, that testing for diseases could be revolutionized. By taking a small drop of blood, Ms. Holmes wanted to build a small, table-top computerized testing apparatus that would, from that small drop of blood, test for all sorts of diseases, and deliver its results to the patient, in their home. No need to draw lots of blood in a syringe, and ship it off to a laboratory, and wait for test results. Blood panels could be done from home, cheaply.
(For my articles and blogs about Holmes, Theranos, and its technology, see
Now, if you bothered to read and consider the above-linked blogs, it will be apparent that not only was Ms. Holmes on to something, but the possibility also emerges that someone, somewhere, wanted her patents, and did not want her to reap any benefit from them.
Well, if the following short video from CBS's Sixty Minutes is any indicator, that someone not only wants to plant biosensors in soldiers' and sailors' bodies, but it also wants to draw their blood, and put it into a small table top machine for analysis... shades of Ms. Holmes' and Theranos' original claims, and that someone, in this case, appears to be the US Navy:
The Internet of Bodies (IoB) Is Part of The World Economic Forum's 4th Industrial Revolution...
A Part of The Great Reset... The Ultimate System of Control...
It Was Never About A Virus... Welcome To Covid-1984... pic.twitter.com/8LBidO4f5a
— Covid-1984 (@NeverSleever) August 14, 2021
I don't know about you, but to me, it looks like we're looking at some version of Ms. Holmes' table-top blood analysis machine in that video; at the minimum, the concepts are similar.
And that means, at least from this commentator's perspective, that there is something very fishy about not just Ms. Holmes or the Theranos story, but equally, about the government's case against her. It wouldn't be the first time it has stolen an idea and a technology, then accused its inventor of all sorts of mischief in order to cloak its own culpability. Whether or not Ms. Holmes was up to mischief remains to be seen (and I rather suspect there was at least some mischief), but the parallels here are too hard to ignore, and make me suspect there's much more mischief involved here, and it's not coming from Ms. Holmes or Theranos.
And oh, by the way, it's "just in time" for the covid planscamdemic, isn't that interesting? What a coincidence!
See you on the flip side...