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Apr 21

U.S. Government refuses to allow anonymous at-home COVID-19 test kits


The history of government slave plantation healthcare is the history of government efforts to sicken, weaken, harm, expose and kill the American people.

Every government so-called health care program has had the same financial effect: such programs artificially increase demand without increasing supply, causing prices to rise.

For centuries—millennia, actually—the law has recognized medical privacy. Doctors and nurses swear to keep medical information secret from the whole world—including the government.

This ancient duty goes back to the original Hippocratic Oath—which every physician takes. The original writings of Hippocrates (from 400 B.C.!) state: “What I may see or hear in the course of the treatment or even outside of the treatment in regard to the life of men, which on no account one must spread abroad, I will keep to myself, holding such things shameful to be spoken about.”

But governments have fought a continuous war to invade medical privacy. Obamacare was a major step for the government to build a pathway to monitor and track people’s medical histories. Obamacare required, for the first time, that the medical industry move toward computerized medical records. Well-regarded doctors have recently been stripped of their medical licenses for refusing to participate in the government’s electronic records agenda.

NOW THE CORONAVIRUS SCARE IS ESCALATING THE GOVERNMENT’S PUSH TO EXPOSE EVERYONE’S MEDICAL STATUS TO THE GOVERNMENT.

Much commentary regarding the Coronavirus scare has focused on testing. But the FDA has repeatedly stopped private companies from manufacturing home testing kits. See here: https://www.fox43.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/home-testing-kits-for-covid19-blocked-by-the-fda/521-a2c73b1c-d26b-49a6-bec5-b1cd5988a64e.

Why does the government fight so hard to make everyone get tested only at government-licensed clinics? Good question. It certainly isn’t about health.

The FDA first allowed private over-the-counter at-home test kits for HIV in the year 2012 (!). The stigma attached to HIV and AIDS kept millions of Americans from getting tested, and the government’s demand for control over testing caused tens if not hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths over four decades.

The Coronavirus scare has engendered a push for the government to track and grant or deny access of people to work, travel, gather or recreate according to government knowledge of everyone’s testing status.

Government testing areas all require photo ID documents to access testing. And test results must go through government-controlled electronic databases. One site we saw in St. George, Utah indicates that COVID-19 test results will be emailed (by the government) to subjects.