Dear Friend of America's Survival,
The House on Wednesday passed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act by a vote of 417 to 1. The Senate passed the bill by unanimous consent. Wow. Congress is TOUGH.
But it looks like the China model of surveillance is being tried here. And for what purpose?
Google and Catholic health care provider Ascension are working together on data processing in "Project Nightingale." The Rob Copeland story in the Wall Street Journal says, "Google is engaged with one of the U.S.’s largest health-care systems on a project to collect and crunch the detailed personal-health information of millions of people across 21 states." It adds, "Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft are also aggressively pushing into health care, though they haven’t yet struck deals of this scope...Neither patients nor doctors have been notified."
Notice Google's partnership with a Catholic health care "provider." Ascension is described as one of the leading non-profit and Catholic health systems in the U.S.: 156,000 associates and 2,600+ sites of care in 21 states and the District of Columbia.
Elizabeth (Betty) D. Wickham, PhD, Executive Director, LifeTree, comments,"The Catholic Church has been involved in the Third Path agenda [keeping health care costs low through rationing] for a very long time. But now we have George Soros people appointed to the Pontifical Academy for Life and a Pope who sides with Soros's objective in healthcare---- Palliative [Quality of Life] Care: Everywhere and by Everyone. "
She says: "We at LifeTree have studied for a couple decades the Third Path low profile wing of the euthanasia movement. -- ( lifetree.org/timeline/). They are using the new sub-specialty known as palliative medicine to fundamentally transform the healthcare system. The long-term strategy of the low- profile wing of the euthanasia movement is to ensure that palliative medicine becomes the only accepted form of healthcare for the seriously ill in a one world economy. Unfortunately, now it is clear that the Vatican is working with George Soros and the UN to help make this happen."
The Open Society Institute's Project on Death in America (PDIA) was created in 1994 "with an ambitious goal: to help transform the experience of dying in the United States."
For America's Survival,