Tracking Social Distancing Practices through Cell Phone Records

By Dr. John Reizer

In 2003, I published my first novel, Introducing Michael Morris. The science fiction story was my initial attempt at providing an info dump for readers concerning the machinations taking place by the powers that be against the citizens of the world.

In that novel, published seventeen years ago, I wrote about how a centralized one-world government would track the habits of people through cell phone technology. Keep in mind that the story was crafted long before the first smartphones were rolled out.

I recently received a comment from a NoFakeNews reader asking me to check out social distancing practices being monitored by cell phone records.

The Orwellian practice of monitoring and grading people’s reactions to government psyops campaigns has undoubtedly been taking place in the world for as long as the technology allowing this to occur has been in existence.

Of course, they are tracking our social distancing practices. They monitor and grade everything the sheeple population does. This is how the few who control the many know how well a given experiment is working worldwide.

We are like mice in a laboratory,  running through a maze. Scientists are peering down over the top of us, continually writing about how we respond to different stimuli.

The coronavirus pandemic is not about a health issue. It has nothing to do with a virus making people ill. It has everything to do with being a psyop agenda, designed to be a crucial step in moving the world’s population in a new direction that our elite overseers have long ago deemed necessary to more effectively manage the herd.

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