A Social Credit Score
A vaccine mandate for ALL 35,000 San Francisco city employees – including the police department has been implemented. Take the vaccine or be terminated. The SF city sheriff union warned that a large number of officers (160 out of 700, 23%) will either take an early retirement or find other work.
The SF city sheriff association posted on Facebook these officers are unwilling to take the vaccine.
Other cities will be in similar situation. Tucson, for example, is also taking a stand against the mandatory vaccine breaking their labor contract.
On August 5th it was announced all health care workers in California must be fully vaccinated by September 30th or they will lose their jobs.
Universities are warning they will disenroll students if they choose to not complying with university's vaccine mandate.
New York City is imposing vaccine mandate for many high school athletes and coaches. That will affect 20,000 students and staff.
United Airlines - comply or lose your job.
Nursing Home workers
Starting in September, Microsoft has reversed course and will now require employees to be fully vaccinated to enter the company's U.S. offices and other worksites.
NYC restaurant owners challenge vaccine mandate.
Nurses in Bakersfield are also challenging the mandate
Mask mandates are coming back into play
I was shocked when in July the NFL sent a memo to all 32 teams that said if a game cannot be rescheduled during the season due to a COVID-19 outbreak among unvaccinated players, the team with the outbreak will be credited with a loss in a forfeit.
On top of that, no players on either team will be paid for the canceled game. The team with the outbreak will then be forced to cover financial losses and be subject to possible discipline from the league.
The Raiders announced that it will require proof of vaccination to attend home games.
The Eagles later announced that, in accordance with the city's new policies and mandates, fans and staff will be required to wear masks when visiting indoor spaces at Lincoln Financial Field, The city of Chicago also recently reinstated a mask mandate.
The NHL reportedly sent a memo on August 13th to all teams stating that players and personnel close to the players will be required to be vaccinated to start the 2021-22 season.
Just this week the Winnipeg Jets are believed to be the first team to require proof of vaccination to attend games when they issued their statement on August 11th.
While many large companies across the U.S. have announced that COVID-19 vaccines will be required for their employees to return to work in-person, there is one state where such requirements are banned: Montana. Under a new law passed by the Montana’s state Republican-controlled Legislature earlier this year, requiring vaccines as a condition for employment is deemed “discrimination” and a violation of the state’s human rights laws.
Montana is the only state in the U.S. with a law like this for private employers.
Dr. Joseph Mercola "The Truth About COVID-19: Exposing the Great Reset, Lockdowns, Vaccine Passports, and the New Normal"
"COVID-19 'vaccines' do not impart immunity or stop the transmission of the disease. It's not designed to keep you from getting sick; it's only supposed to lessen your infection symptoms if or when you get infected. As such, these products do not meet the medical definition of a vaccine."
Senator Ted Cruz spoke out against a Vaccine passport. He wasn’t heard; he was told “that subject was outside of this committee scope”.
On March 11, 2021, Dr. Peter McCullough, MD testified to Texas Senate HHS Committee. This YouTube video has 1,761,142 views. This is one everybody needs to watch.
Where does all of this lead?
China Social Credit System
The social credit system, also known as the Ranking System, is used by China and is creeping into America. China's social credit system is a government program being implemented nationwide to regulate its citizens’ behavior based on a point system. Under this system, citizens are ranked in different areas of civil life using data collected from court documents, government or corporate records, and in some cases, citizen observers. Citizens with higher scores have had an easier time getting bank loans, free medical checkups and discounts on heating.
People failing to comply have been placed on so-called "blacklists", which companies may reference when considering potential employees. In other cases, students may be denied entry into universities because of their parent's bad social credit scores.
China’s goal is to develop a society based on individuals and companies following the law. A numeric score is assigned to individuals and companies. This number can have a profound effect on personal and corporate life. Those who comply with the imposed social credit system will be rewarded materially and socially. Those who don’t will be penalized.
China’s social credit system builds a database that monitors individual, corporate, and government behavior across the country, and it’s done in real time. According to the Chinese government, factors that might be considered when calculating a score for businesses could include:
Whether the business has paid taxes on time
Whether the business maintains necessary licenses
Whether the business fulfills environmental-protection requirements
Whether the business meets product quality standards
Whether the business meets requirements specific to their industry
As far as individuals go, their trustworthiness could be determined by their personal behavior in such areas as:
Smoking in no-smoking areas
Spending too much time on video games
Paying bills on time
Visiting your sick parents
Spreading fake news
When driving, stopping in front of crosswalks
Low scores can result in possible travel bans, decreased Internet speeds, not getting certain jobs, or being barred from attending certain schools.
In China, the threat is real because hundreds of millions of surveillance cameras use facial-recognition software to perform surveillance on their citizenry. “Algorithms score people and dole out consequences. In 2018, for example, China’s Global Times reported that its social credit system had blocked more than 11.14 million flights and 4.25 million train trips of people who were behind in their debts. The idea, according to China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), is to make sure that “discredited people become bankrupt.”