Americans are outraged by demands for so-called ‘pandemic amnesty’ outlined in the Atlantic Magazine.
Because there’s one thing the Faucists aren’t about to let go.
But ‘pandemic amnesty’ is only the second foulest smelling Covid-19 revelation this week.
When George Orwell dreamed up a dystopian world with a “big brother” government at the helm he didn’t even come close to Dr. Anthony Fauci’s twisted creativity.
Now it turns out the nation’s highest-paid government employee has an insanely powerful tool to spy on Americans.
And what he can do with it will infuriate you.
Government monitoring is becoming increasingly invasive.
Uncle Sam is in your bathroom
A recent survey from academic watchdog group “The Conversation” is providing insight into exactly how far government scientists could go in their efforts to spy on Americans—and how many people are willing to let Uncle Sam into their bathrooms.
Leftists believe in letting no crisis go to waste.
And while they may want a so-called ‘pandemic amnesty’ as leftist professor Emily Oster demanded in the Atlantic Magazine this week, they haven’t even apologized for all the destruction and despair they wrought.
The authoritarians and pandemic profiteers deserve it, Oster says “Given the amount of uncertainty, almost every position was taken on every topic. And on every topic, someone was eventually proved right, and someone else was proved wrong. In some instances, the right people were right for the wrong reasons. In other instances, they had a prescient understanding of the available information.”
But even if the millions of outraged Americans side with their better angels and grant forgiveness – and many never will – you can bet the Covid authoritarians will fight tooth and nail to keep a hold of as many of the powers they usurped as possible.
And at the top of that list is surveillance power.
The Covid-19 pandemic was a goldmine full of excuses to usher in over-the-top invasive government surveillance measures, including wastewater surveillance.
Today this disgusting snooping tactic is being used tacitly to monitor the transmission of Covid-19 at thousands of sites in 70 different countries.
While the technology to poke around in what you flush down the drain has been around for a while, government bureaucrats used the pandemic as an excuse to create a new National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS).
Tracking a miniscule virus through raw sewage is a mostly pointless and useless endeavor.
But it creates an infrastructure for endless possible invasive government spying initiatives via your next flush.
Are Americans really fine with the government digging through their you-know-what?
Possible uses for wastewater surveillance included in the survey conducted by “The Conversation” included detecting gun residue, alcohol, mental illness via stress hormones, “healthy” eating, smoking, and even the use of birth control.
Even more shocking than the possible uses of wastewater surveillance was the sheer number of Americans who indicated they are fine with government scientists poking their nose into the intimate business of private citizens.
A shocking 31% supported using the technology to monitor lifestyle behaviors like smoking and birth control, 31% to detect “healthy eating,” and 58% said they support wastewater monitoring to detect “gun residue.”
Not only is there infrastructure in place for US bureaucrats to spy on Americans at every flush, but they’ve even made globalist central planners’ dreams come true with the University of California, Merced’s “COVIDPoops 19.”
It’s a website tying together wastewater data from 3,807 sites around the globe into one massive database.
Meanwhile, the Rockefeller Foundation also just announced it’s dropping $3 million into funding a website called global.health which will provide even more health-related surveillance data—a project Google.org has also contributed to.
“It’s time to take data collection and analytics for better public health to the next level. The scientists behind Global.health are advancing digital innovation and collaboration to establish a global early warning system for pandemics. As part of this effort, they will link up diverse data sets connecting, among other things, climate, and health, so we can better detect early warning signals for new disease outbreaks linked to our warming planet,” Dr. Naveen Rao, Senior Vice President of Health Initiative at The Rockefeller Foundation said in a statement.
Considering what is happening abroad, it seems likely only a matter of time before systems used to monitor “health information” becomes part of an onerous social credit system with government bureaucrats monitoring a citizens’ every flush.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.