HUMAN CONTACT TRACING - " Society Tracking Systems Challenge Mankind's Freedoms!"

by Ron Morales June. 29, 2020 535 views

Written by Michelle Botello

The Coronavirus has added a new rule to the game.  Through a lot of work, officials, public health experts, and service workers, tracking the covid-19 patients will be here soon.  Americans want to understand what is happening around them and staying open-minded goes a long way right now.

Big plans by the government to track Americans with covid-19.  According to the CDC, they can track those fallen ill to minimize the spread, but the opposition is comparing it to Hitler tracking in his death camps. Tracking is a number or ID which identifies something or someone.

According to an article in the Washington Post, the National Security Agency is collecting billions of records a day to trace the location of mobile phone users around the world under the international surveillance authority.  

The purpose is to do “target development” to find unknown associates of targets it already knows about.  To track covid-19 patients could be as functional.

Why Germany's coronavirus death rate is so much lower than other countries' rates. (credit: Washington Post Facebook post)

Why Germany's coronavirus death rate is so much lower than other countries' rates. (credit: Washington Post Facebook post)

The concentration camps, like many Nazi institutions, set out to reform the crimininal, labor the unproductive, and quarantine the contagious.  Also to dehumanize the enemy during time of war and form them into a biological robots through heinous methods.

Thousands of mentally ill and chronically sick were gassed around Germany in “Operation T4” started in 1939. These camps used carbon monoxide with gasoline or diesel fuel. Some of these victims were made to believe they were going to be reunited with their families.

Retired Sheriff Richard Mack, presently in the Constitutionals Officer and Peace Officer Assn., said in an interview with Spiro Skouras, from ActivistPost.com, that the cure has become worse than the disease.

Mack said how our liberty is being taken away when they order business owners to close businesses and decide when to reopen them because this should be a decision by the owners of the shops. He also said that our liberty system has been tampered by the demands of the governors. Also, he believes that our freedoms are being held back.

Retired Sheriff Richard Mack is Interviewed in support of our constitutional rights as United States citizens.

Retired Sheriff Richard Mack is Interviewed in support of our constitutional rights as United States citizens.

MUST WATCH INTERVIEW: (Retired Constitutional Sheriff - Richard Mack)

As he said , we don’t live by freedom of religion. He said that this outbreak has been treated as a national catastrophe and that we are comparing America, the land of the free, to the Hitler era.  He said that it is wrong to quarantine healthy people.

Sheriffs throughout America are turning away demands ordered by the government in order to protect the laws of freedom and justice for the people and the Constitution. The sheriffs will not enforce lockdown because they believe it’s unconstitutional. Mack said that Sheriffs across the country have taken abuse by the government. 

“The Constitution protects us from our own best intentions.” Life, Liberty, and The Pursuit of Happiness are promised in the Constitution. He said ninety-nine percent of Americans have not read the Constitution and many do not even understand it. Mack said that the three branches of government are there to protect liberty. 

Jeremy Konyndyk, who led the humanitarian response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa during the Obama administration said that the whole point of the lockdown was to lessen the number of those fallen sick.  This is why testing and tracing becomes so important.

Health experts advice that every new patient could then be tracked.  This would make it easy to identify patient’s contacts after isolation.  Tracking has not been designed yet. 

With the medical industry challenged with tracking, the big tech comapanies stepped up as a result due to the demand. Google and Apple have developed corona tracing systems that are built into their smartphones' software.

Apple - Google Illustration

Apple - Google Illustration

According to the article, the US will be designing their own programs state-by-state. Public health experts said that one tracer is needed for every 1,000 to 3,000 residents in the US.  Counties should have 15 people trained for every  100,000 residents.

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