Covid-19 has put the old globalism on hold, the one involving totally open borders and mass movements of people. That is not going away in the longer term, since the main agenda of the top-level elites is to eliminate basically a Nordic racial feature in the human population, for whatever aesthetic reasons they have. They will be getting back to that program, but for the moment, the coronavirus pandemic has given them a new horizon, to achieve other evil agendas that were previously bubbling along ok in their own cauldron, but which now go intro over-drive, like a Health Care Patriot Act, detailed by US Ron Paul, who allowed reproduction with link:
“According to a story in Politico, the White House Coronavirus Task Force is considering creating a national surveillance system to track Americans’ health information. Supporters of this initiative claim it would enable the federal government to quickly identify areas in need of additional medical supplies and other assistance because the areas are coronavirus “hot spots.” Of course, it is unlikely that this system would be limited to only tracking coronavirus patients. The government may eventually keep track of every hospital admission — or even all visits to doctors’ offices — in the United States. This system could, and likely would, be used to violate privacy and harass and intimidate those challenging existing government policies. Anyone who doubts this should ask themselves what J. Edgar Hoover or Lois Lerner would have done with access to every American’s medical history. No wonder some have described this as a healthcare PATRIOT Act. Despite official denial that the White House is considering a new tracking program, the coronavirus panic may be used to justify giving the federal government access to our medical records. Politicians, bureaucrats, and special interests have for years been trying to create a database of all Americans’ medical records that could be accessed by federal bureaucrats and government-favored special interests. The 2008 “stimulus” bill included federal funding to develop a system to store healthcare records electronically. This was a step toward creating a federally controlled database of all Americans’ healthcare records.