Nanoparticles in vaccines or neurological effects of covid

Started by SoldierofFortune, December 06, 2020, 05:25:53 PM

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Quote from: Hydra009 on December 08, 2020, 01:46:34 AM
Most people are given numbers at birth, addresses and phone numbers are tracked, work history and search history is tracked, numbers dialed and call duration is logged, location is tracked to some degree with WiFi Positioning System and/or GPS, lots of personal info is voluntarily given up on social media, etc...

...but these tinfoil people think that 5G and vaccines are the real instruments of government observation and oppression.

If you are a revolutionary, then no government is legitimate (pending revolution).  Government = people = evil ...

Medical data administrator here ... paper or electronic medical databases are designed so that non-physicians can't correlate patient data, ID patients.  This protects patient privacy from non-medical non-government interests.  But physicians can (otherwise there is no medical history).  The government of course can order a physician to divulge any medical data on any patient at any time, or the physicians loses his license or worse.  With government run medical databases (in my case) this is trivial.  Anyone at a high enough security level can access any patient data or ID ... with permission.  With a high enough security level, you can give yourself permission ;-)

If a random number is assigned to a particular item (say a prescription) ... there are audit trails (particularly on prescriptions) that allow backtracking if you know how to do it.  I have done several audits of that kind (as required by the pharmacist/physician).  A completely random prescription ordering system would tie any particular prescription to a random ID assigned to a patient ... so how can the window check?  Your name is on the prescription anyway.  The system we had numbered the announcement that your prescription was ready (your physician gives you an order number), so other patients are unaware.  The pharmacist and physician are very much aware.  Similarly even before Covid, patients are discouraged from lining up at the pharmacy window, to lessen eavesdropping.
Ha’át’íísh baa naniná?
Azee’ Å,a’ish nanídį́į́h?
Táadoo ánít’iní.
What are you doing?
Are you taking any medications?
Don't do that.