How ‘vaccine passports’ would turn America into a Communist China-style surveillance state

ReggieLittlejohn, quoted in this article is a member of RWBC .

Americans already sell privacy for convenience, but in the U.S. there is no centralized platform by which the government can access personal data. Until now.

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Fri Sep 3, 2021 - 3:34 pm EDT

(LifeSiteNews) — In 2007 researchers with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) began to look into using China’s cutting edge technology, mass surveillance capabilities, and top-down government power to control the behavior of Chinese citizens down to the most minute measure.

The scheme would analyze, track, and score every aspect of Chinese citizens’ lives including their spending habits, their care or recklessness in driving, their social media posts, how politely they stood and waited for a train, and how hard they worked.

People could bump up their scores for good behavior, but would lose points for acting in an “untrustworthy” manner as determined by the CCP. High scores could get participants discounts, rewards, and other perks. Low scores woul