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India to launch mandatory digital health card built on concept developed by globalist vaccine pimp Bill Gates

(Natural News) Being one of the richest men in the world has given Microsoft founder Bill Gates far too much time on his hands and, in many ways, far too much power and influence.

As reported by Great Game India, the Indian government is set to implement a mandatory health card program that is modeled after a concept developed by Gates, a one-world globalist and vaccine pusher who literally has the power to control messaging, access to information, and other necessities a free people require in order to remain free.

The outlet notes: 

Under the ‘One Nation One Health Card’ scheme, a person’s medical history records, including all the treatments and tests that the person has undergone, will be digitally saved in this card. Hospitals, clinics, and doctors will all be linked to a central server. The move is aimed at mapping the health records of every citizen of the country in a digital format. 

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans to make the announcement during his country’s Independence Day celebrations Aug. 15. 

Privacy rights advocates in India, the world’s most populous democracy, are attempting to warn fellow citizens.

“I am not seeing any discussion around this. This is a huge step! A mandatory card and a number with all your health info accessible? How is that a good thing? What about confidentiality issues?” one Twitter user wrote.

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But her tweet was answered by another user who called her concerns a “data privacy myth” and said that the One Nation One Health Card plan is voluntary.

And yet, that would seem to undermine the entire concept of making ‘universal access’ to health records by medical providers possible throughout India. 

The scheme is really part of a wider push by Gates to turn over all health care to all governments around the world, the United States included.

Annalisa Merelli, a geopolitics reporter for Quartz, claimed in February as the COVID-19 outbreak was just beginning to spread that the billionaire Microsoft founder’s “plan to tackle” the pandemic “only works if governments handle health care.”

Merelli summarized Gates’ thoughts on how best to handle the pandemic: 

Key amongst them are actions only the government can take: Investments to tackle treatment which are too risky for private companies to make; control of the market price of treatments and vaccines, which would otherwise skyrocket were makers allowed to maximize profits from them; and international aid, which would strengthen the health systems of low-income countries and reduce the spread of the virus.

That’s nonsense. If anything, there is already too much government in health care, which is why rules are so byzantine, delivery of care often spotty but always expensive, and why there is so much red tape involved just to provide care to Americans.

If it’s bad now, can you imagine how much worse the paperwork-and-overhead nightmare would get?

Well, that’s what Gates wants. And that’s what singular medical card tracking systems do, they involve government in every single healthcare decision, treatment and encounter. (Related: VIDEO: Young voters love Trump’s COVID plan…when told it’s Biden’s.)

As for investments, the private sector makes much wiser decisions. And government “control of the market price of treatments” and medications would result in the loss of treatment options and the health care professionals needed to provide them.

Mandatory price controls historically fail because political leaders, in an attempt to appeal to the masses, always set prices far too low for businesses (and yes, providing health care is and should be a business because profits encourage better practices and inspire competition which makes delivery of care better) to survive.

Just take a look at what has happened to health care (and every other business sector) in Venezuela: Price controls destroyed businesses and industries because the price controls (let’s just call them ‘price limits’ because that’s what they are) were far below necessary profit margins to stay open and keep people employed.

The more our societies “advance”, the less free we become, it seems. It’s not supposed to be that way.

Sources include:

Quartz.com

GreatGameIndia.com

NaturalNews.com

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