NJ's S3240 is Another Step Towards a Surveillance State
On Thursday, December 15, New Jersey’s Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee will meet to discuss S3240, which “Requires automatic registration with New Jersey Immunization Information System upon administration of vaccine for certain persons who consent to registration.” You can read the bill here.
You can oppose it here.
Some highlights (if you can call them that):
This bill requires automatic registration with the New Jersey Immunization Information System (NJIIS) upon the administration of a vaccine for persons who are not currently registered with the NJIIS and unless the person or the person’s parent or legal guardian, in the case of a person younger than 18 years of age, provides a written request not to participate in the registry. (emphasis mine)
The NJIIS is a Statewide database that maintains records of individual vaccination histories. Individuals born after January 1, 1998 are automatically included in the registry, unless the individual’s parent or guardian provides a written request that the person not be included in the registry.
Access to the information in the registry shall be limited to: health care providers, schools, colleges, licensed child care centers, and public agencies, and private organizations as determined by regulation of the commissioner.
The information contained in the registry shall be used for the following purposes: (1) to help ensure that registrants receive all recommended immunizations in a timely manner by providing access to the registrants' immunization records; (2) to help improve immunization rates by providing notice to registrants of overdue or upcoming immunizations; and (3) to help control communicable diseases by assisting in the identification of persons who require immediate immunization in the event of a vaccine-preventable disease outbreak.
This means that many people will automatically be added to a vaccine registry before they even know one exists. And that may well be the point. If you don’t know you’re being added to a registry (that can be shared with schools, health care providers and other public and private organizations), you’re not likely to provide a written request to opt out.
This is just the beginning. And it’s part of a bigger picture.
Technocracy is an economic system of resource allocation that revolves around technology — in particular, artificial intelligence, digital surveillance and Big Data collection — and the digitization of industry and government, which in turn allows for the automation of social engineering and social rule, thereby doing away with the need for democratically elected leadership.
This Is About Control
This isn’t about health. If it was, the abundance of surveillance that’s already being done would be used to pick up glaring safety signals that should have been addressed from the beginning. Instead they were buried. And the FDA requested that they remain buried for 75 years.
If this was about public health and safety, vaccine injury surveillance would be improved rather than dismissed.
Conclusion-first science isn’t science. It’s tyranny exploiting public trust in science using data collection paired with poorly designed studies that aim to justify pre-ordained narratives and agendas.
For example, research to combat vaccine hesitancy begins with a conclusion that, no matter what people’s reasons are for not wanting to be vaccinated, it’s their hesitation that must be altered. It’s not so much a scientific pursuit as it is a psychological operation.
Psychological operations (PSYOP) are operations to convey selected information and indicators to audiences to influence their emotions, motives, and objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of governments, organizations, groups, and individuals. The purpose of United States psychological operations is to induce or reinforce behavior perceived to be favorable to U.S. objectives.
If you want to see where this is all headed, take a look at China.
What’s interesting in China in particular is that the government has singular access to data, whereas in the United States the government can get access to data, but it’s really fractured.
In China there’s a centralized ID database that has biometric photos attached to everyone’s name and information, which makes it really easy to track people. Additionally, the apps in China collect a much broader cross section of data than they do even in the United States. In the U.S., if you want to know what people spend money on, you go to Amazon. If you want to know what they’re searching for, you go to Google. If you want to know what they’re talking about, maybe you go to Facebook. In China, there’s one really huge app that everyone uses called WeChat, and it has all of that information in one place…
Postpandemic, though, China took the chance to roll out its digital surveillance system across the country. Now, it doesn’t matter if you are a person of interest to the police or not, because everyone has a health code, which is a barcode that you install on your phone that tracks your movements over the previous two weeks. Typically, the state telecom companies are tracking this data, and they’re sharing it with the health authorities to ensure that someone has not been in an area with a huge COVID outbreak. If you were in an area with a huge COVID outbreak, your health code would turn red, and that would bar you from taking subways and leaving your home for 14 days. Indirectly, this gave the government the capability to track almost 1.4 billion citizens, which is something that they had never done in the past.
At the start, people were generally happy with the surveillance, but what we’ve been seeing this year is the abuse of some of that surveillance. This summer there were protests in a smaller city in China, Zhengzhou, where a local bank had been misappropriating funds and the authorities froze the assets. People panicked, and bank depositors went up to that bank and started to protest. The first time they protested, the authorities were caught off guard; the second time, the authorities turned the health codes of the protesters red. That meant that these people couldn’t enter the city, and they were herded off to quarantine centers.
We are spending billions on public health infrastructure,
The CDC has a 5-year $443 million contract with Palantir to “deliver a ‘Common Operating Picture’ to Advance Public Health Preparedness”.
This five year, $443M contract will streamline Palantir's existing programs – including Health and Human Services (HHS) Protect, Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR) Engage, Tiberius, and DCIPHER – into a singular, efficient vehicle. This new approach demonstrates the CDC's leadership in driving inter-agency public health, and the length of the contract allows for long-term planning and operational consistency for the program and its partners.
Under this deal, Palantir's technology will support the CDC's "Common Operating Picture", a unique inter-agency enterprise investment that secures strong collaboration across the federal government, jurisdictional health departments, private sector entities, and other key health partners. By employing Palantir's software, these groups can continue to make advances in broader disease surveillance and outbreak response, supply chain resiliency, and the orchestration of medical countermeasures to public health emergencies. For example, this award will help support innovation for the CDC's new Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analytics (CFA), as well as wastewater genomics via the National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS).
This deal is the latest example of Palantir's role in the U.S. and global public health sector.
Meanwhile, New Jersey’s DOH just invested $116.5 million to strengthen public health infrastructure.
And this is happening everywhere per Immunization Agenda 2030.
IA2030 envisions a world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines to improve health and well-being…
Immunization data systems will be expanded subnationally to map and track “zero dose” and under-immunized populations and specific marginalized groups to ensure that they are covered by the immunization programme.
Every path of least resistance leads to digital slavery at this point. There’s no sitting this one out if we want to stop this runaway train.
Do you have a minute to take this first step, NJ?
Opposed! Does no one see the patterns of absolute tyranny? Stand up and fight. I am fleeing NJ next month and hope you all keep fighting. I’m out.
Thanks for posting. I opposed S3240 and shared your post with a friend. Freedom is lost slowly with small incremental infringements then all at once!