Have you ever wondered where the Covid PCR “tests” are stored, and who has access to that information?
“Covid PCR Testing,” via nasal and/or anal swabs, offer a unique ability for potential enemies to harvest our most personal information including DNA, or to implant surveillance devices such as chips into our bodies, and even to collect our personal information into a biometric surveillance database, all under the guise of “health care.”
Overarching microwave radiation-transmitting (4G-5G) infrastructures can provide a 24/7 unwarranted surveillance system, able to track and surveil the entire population, as well as to provide infrastructure for a global digital cryptocurrency, to manipulate and control all human beings within the Internet of Bodies (IoB). Who exactly, is collecting our DNA, tracking and surveilling the population? It’s incredibly important now for us to question and examine the bigger picture, to make sure the People have the ability to control and modify these technocratic systems so that they do not infringe upon our inalienable rights, constitutional liberties or public safety. -JD
“U.S. officials say the Chinese government is trying to collect Americans’ DNA … In fact, you may have already surrendered your DNA by spitting in a tube.”
January 31, 2021 | By
“China’s push to control Americans’ health care future”
“U.S. officials say the Chinese government is trying to collect Americans’ DNA, and they believe a recent offer from a Chinese company for assistance in COVID-19 testing was suspicious.
For all the polarization that grips Washington, here’s a source of rare consensus: the emerging threat of China’s push to acquire our health care data, including the DNA of American citizens. U.S. officials tell us the communist regime’s aggressive collection of our most personal information presents a danger both to national security and our economy. As alarm bells ring across agencies, parties, and presidential administrations, different branches of government have taken action over the past year to stem the tide of our medical data flowing to China. The quest to control our biodata – and, in turn, control health care’s future – has become the new space race, with more than national pride in the balance. Our investigation begins with an unsolicited and surprising proposal that came from overseas at the onset of the COVID crisis.
Early last March, the state of Washington was the site of the first major coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. As COVID rates and the need for tests were spiking, BGI Group, the world’s largest biotech firm – a global giant based in China – approached the state of Washington with an enticing offer.
In a strikingly personal letter to the governor, BGI proposed to build and help run state-of-the-art COVID testing labs. BGI would quote “provide technical expertise,” provide “high throughput sequencers” and even “make additional donations.”
It seemed like an offer the state couldn’t refuse, especially given the desperate need. But officials were suspicious about BGI and its connections to the Chinese government.
Bill Evanina: They are the ultimate company that shows connectivity to both the communist state as well as the military apparatus.
Bill Evanina recently stepped down as the top counterintelligence official in the U.S., a veteran of both the FBI and CIA. He was so concerned by BGI’s COVID testing proposals, and who would ultimately get the data, that he authorized a rare public warning: “Foreign powers can collect, store and exploit biometric information from covid tests.”
Bill Evanina: We put out an advisory to not only every American, but to hospitals, associations, and clinics. Knowing that BGI is a Chinese company, do we understand where that data’s going?”
Conflict of Interest? The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the government of China have collaborated for the past 30 years
“CBS News on Friday published details of an upcoming 60 Minutes segment on Chinese biotech firms reportedly attempting to harvest DNA from Americans using coronavirus tests.
According to U.S. intelligence officials, a Chinese offer to build testing facilities in the United States in the early days of the pandemic was turned down based on their warnings about the security risks.”
December 12, 2017 | By , CNN | Source
China collecting DNA, biometrics from millions in Xinjiang: report
“Authorities in China’s far-west are collecting DNA samples, fingerprints, eye scans and blood types of millions of people aged 12 to 65, according to a new Human Rights Watch (HRW) report.
Xinjiang, the only Chinese territory apart from Tibet where ethnic Han Chinese are not in the majority, has long been subject to tight controls and surveillance not experienced elsewhere in China.
In April, authorities banned the region’s 10 million Muslims from wearing long beards or veils in public, as well as banning home schooling and introducing new restrictions on downloading allegedly extremist materials.
Those new rules came on the heels of a series of steps to increase surveillance in the region that include the surrender of passports and mandatory GPS trackers in cars.
“The mandatory databanking of a whole population’s biodata, including DNA, is a gross violation of international human rights norms,” Sophie Richardson, China director for HRW, said in a statement.
The Ministry of Public Security and the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region government did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
According to a document posted on a Xinjiang government website, the main goal of the new scheme “is to fully and accurately verify the real number of Xinjiang’s population, to collect the images, fingerprints, iris scans, blood types, and DNA biometrics of those between the age of 12 and 65.”
That information is to be linked to residents’ hukou, or household registration cards. The controversial registration systemlimits where people can access education, medical and housing benefits, essentially limiting many to the region where they were born.
“Regulating the management of identification cards is the foundation to creating a basic population database, based on one’s ID numbers, for the autonomous region,” the government document said.
Officials are instructed to “ensure that the hukou information for everyone in every household, in every village is completely verified in Xinjiang. No one is to be missed.”
Xinjiang is home to an estimated 21.8 million people according to 2010 census figures, though the true population could be much higher, owing to the number of migrant workers attracted to the region for work.
According to the HRW report, the regulations went into effect in February and have been being rolled out across Xinjiang throughout the year. While part of the scheme is designed to improve access to healthcare, DNA and blood type data is to be provided to the police “for profiling,” the guidelines said.”
The Internet of Bodies
Author: Andrea M. Matwyshyn | William and Mary Law Review | 2019 |
“…Yet, the challenges of IoB are not purely legal in nature. The social integration of IoB will also not be seamless. As bits and bodies meld and as human flesh becomes permanently entwined with hardware, software, and algorithms, IoB will test our norms and values as a society. In particular, it will challenge notions of human autonomy and self-governance.”
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