Contact tracing, the new repackaged Big Brother, is (probably) coming to a place near you. Your corporation is just ‘considering’ it mind, that is ‘code’ for ‘done deal’. Remember this article on the microchip ID citing NZ author, the late Barry Smith?
…and the first image below here? John citizen. (It appeared interestingly in an Australian newspaper in 1984 with no explanation … following an intro image in 1983). At the time Henry Kissinger (who called recently for a global government to manage the covid pandemic) was in Australia discussing the introduction of eftpos. Curious to say the least. (All info in the article). Note the Fabian Socialists’ aka globalists’ modus operandi is to introduce the ‘idea’ packaged as, ‘we might’ or ‘we’re considering’ … that gets the idea into your head … then when they do do it you’re already warmed to it. Note particularly in the article that Jenny Shipley flatly denied in ’91 that NZ was ‘considering’ a universal Smart Card debunked by David Lange who said he’d seen it & they’d been working on it at the time for four years. You really can’t trust our politicians to tell the truth. Honestly. They’re all under the thumb of globalism. (And we got our photo ID in 1999 in the end with the photo drivers licenses).
So one pandemic has achieved total world wide surveillance already (not to mention police-state -like control) I’m sure there’s more to come. Remember this incident last year on surveillance & spying? (They were spying on envirowatchrangitikei!) If you’ve followed this site for some time you will get my drift. If not do read at the links above on the publicly announced new world order (George Bush Sr 1991), on the well documented Agenda 21 now 2030 (both at the main menu) and (if you’re from NZ, the guinea pig country) Agenda 21/30 in NZ. EWR
Article below from stuff via newsroom
This story was originally published on Newsroom.co.nz and is republished with permission.
A private sector proposal to produce and distribute five million Bluetooth-enabled credit card-sized contact tracing tools at a cost of $100 million is one of “a wide variety of technological solutions to contact tracing”, a spokesperson for the All of Government Covid-19 response team has confirmed.
The idea, branded CovidCard, is one of a handful that the Government is considering as it moves to settle on a digital solution for contact tracing.
Newsroom understands that the lead candidate remains a Ministry of Health-developed version of Singapore’s TraceTogether app, but flaws in the rollout and operation of the smartphone app in Singapore have led to the CovidCard as a potential alternative.