I don’t have time to get into this piece in detail, but how would you feel about an implanted microchip that connects you with an online government database with all of your health record information … required since it’s for the “general welfare” of the United States?
This may seem far fetched and completely implausible. Without a doubt, economic and health care experts – and federal bureaucrats too – have the right to put every option on the table and throw the spaghetti against the fridge to see what sticks when it comes to the future of health care.
But I think we should all know what they are tossing, and hence my reference to Kyle-Anne Shiver’s post over at Big Government and a little history on President Obama’s science adviser, John P. Holdren, from Front Page Magazine.
At least, you must read Shiver’s full post. Concerning microchips, a government mandated health database, and getting “scanned” when … picking up prescriptions, over-the-counter drugs, buying alcohol, cigarette purchases, and monitoring the food you buy in stores…
Sound farfetched? Like a plot from a conspiracy-theory movie? Like something from a sci-fi novel?
The plans to make these very things a reality right here in America are being made in this administration, under the leadership of the president’s science guru, John Holdren.
For the past several months, I have been working with an appointed member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST), the sub-committee on health and technology. My contact on the health and technology sub-committee was privy to conversations, which when related to me, literally caused shivers down my spine.
Every single detail in my opening paragraphs of this article were actually discussed in this committee and seen as a good for the future of American society. Only a scientifically controlled populace, according to these gurus of population and health control, can survive. These scientists see their mission as one of absolute control over even the most private aspects of human life.
Shivers indeed. But hey … we don’t know how to take care of ourselves, so maybe we need some help?