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COVID-19 – Reason To Create Real-Time Surveillance System | Isa 10:1


  • Isa 10:1 Woe unto them that decree unrighteous decrees, and that write grievousness which they have prescribed;

Through his law, Esau (the nation of Edom GEN 36:8, the wicked MAL 1:4, the physical counterpart to the spiritual devil Satan REV 2:10, the final heathen rulers of the earth and captor of the Israelites 2 ESD 6:9), brings forth wickedness. In this instance, using the “corona” virus as a reason to codify in a national surveillance system. This system will go part in parcel with the RFID microchip, mark of the beast, being implanted into each and every person who does not resis the beast and his system.

White House Uses COVID-19 As A Reason To Create A Real-Time National Coronavirus Surveillance System

Published: April 10, 2020



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Source: Mass Private I

When is enough, enough? How many national surveillance systems does America need?

President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has created a task force that wants to create a real-time national coronavirus surveillance system.

An article in Politico.com revealed how the national coronavirus surveillance system would allow federal authorities to see why someone is visiting their doctor and why they are in the hospital.

“White House senior adviser Jared Kushner’s task force has reached out to a range of health technology companies about creating a national coronavirus surveillance system to give the government a near real-time view of where patients are seeking treatment and for what, and whether hospitals can accommodate them, according to four people with knowledge of the discussions.”

Giving government officials unfettered access to patients doctor’s visits and what they are being treated for would destroy the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

A national coronavirus surveillance network hospital surveillance network would affect American’s rights on a scale not-seen since 9/11.

“The prospect of compiling a national database of potentially sensitive health information has prompted concerns about its impact on civil liberties well after the coronavirus threat recedes, with some critics comparing it to the Patriot Act enacted after the 9/11 attacks.”

Using COVID-19 as an excuse to monitor hospital emergency rooms is disingenuous at best and misleading at worst.

“It would allow federal officials to continuously track elements like hospitals’ bed availability and the flow of patients into specific emergency rooms across the country — thereby enabling the government to rush resources to parts of the country before they’re hit by a surge of coronavirus cases.”

It is hard to put into words how disturbing the White House’s plan is. Imagine serving up your entire life’s medical history to a government that only seems interested in knowing everything about all of us.



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