HR 6666 The TRES Act was just proposed in Congress. This Act will allow government officials to enter ANYONE’S HOME and force Test them for COVID-19/ and or antibodies. Then the government officials would have the right to remove children from the home/ remove anyone testing positive from the home, etc.
Read below, 1 – the Petition Against, 2 – the ACT HR 6666 itself and 3 – the foundations of it in 2010 by The Rockefeller Foundation and its Global Partners. The Bill Gates, WHO, IMF are all known to be partners in some manner or form. Note the beginning in 2010, and now their COVID 19 Website and reference to COVID Community Corps and, suddenly, HR 6666.
Once read, it becomes clear this entire “agenda” was (2010) and is (2020) planned for wealth redistribution of global economies. “COVID 19 Community Corps” to invade residential homes? Contact Tracking? It rings of control.
OPPOSE HR 6666 – TRES ACT
Quoting the petition – “HR 6666 The TRES Act was just proposed in Congress. This Act will allow government officials to enter ANYONE’S HOME and force Test them for COVID-19/ and or antibodies. Then the government officials would have the right to remove children from the home/ remove anyone testing positive from the home, etc. I can’t imagine how removing someone from their home is going to protect anyone. I have a husband with Alzheimer’s Disease. I don’t have Covid19 but if I tested positive who would take care of my husband if I were removed from my home? We must be living in NAZI Germany for such an Act like this to be brought forth in Congress. Please STOP this ASAP.”
HR 6666 – TRES ACT
To authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to award grants to eligible entities to conduct diagnostic testing for COVID–19, and related activities such as CONTACT TRACING, THROUGH MOBILE HEALTH UNITS AND, AS NECESSARY, AT INDIVIDUALS’ RESIDENCES, and for other purposes.
THE ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTE AND GLOBAL PARTNERS NETWORK –
Scenarios For The Future Of Technology And International Development – May, 2010
“In it, we share the outputs and insights from a year-long project, undertaken by the Rockefeller Foundation and Global Business Network (GBN), designed to Introduction 8 Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development explore the role of technology in international development through scenario planning, a methodology in which GBN is a long-time leader. This report builds on the Rockefeller Foundation’s growing body of work in the EMERGING FIELD OF PRO-POOR FORESIGHT. In 2009, the Institute for Alternative Futures published the report Foresight for Smart Globalization: Accelerating and Enhancing Pro-Poor Development Opportunities, with support from the Rockefeller Foundation. That effort was a reflection of the Foundation’s strong commitment to exploring innovative processes and embracing new pathways for insight aimed at helping the world’s poor. With this report, THE FOUNDATION TAKES A FURTHER STEP IN ADVANCING THE FIELD OF PRO-POOR FORESIGHT, THIS TIME THROUGH THE LENS OF SCENARIO PLANNING.
Importantly, scenarios are not predictions. Rather, they are thoughtful hypotheses that allow us to imagine, and then to rehearse, different strategies for how to be more prepared for the future—or more ambitiously, HOW TO HELP SHAPE better futures ourselves.
At first, the notion of a more controlled world gained wide acceptance and approval. Citizens willingly gave up some of their sovereignty—and their privacy—to more paternalistic states in exchange for greater safety and stability. Citizens were more tolerant, and even eager, for top-down direction and oversight, and national leaders had more latitude to impose order in the ways they saw fit.
THE ROCKEFELLOR FOUNDATION – 2010 Annual Report
20 pages of Grants to organizations.
THE ROCKEFELLOR FOUNDATION – National COVID 19 Testing Action Plan
Pragmatic steps to reopen our workplaces and our communities
The plan also includes: launching a Covid Community Healthcare Corps so every American can easily get tested with privacy-centric contact tracing; a testing data commons and digital platform to track Covid-19 statuses, resources, and effective treatment protocols across states and be a clearinghouse for data on new technologies; and a Pandemic Testing Board, in line with other recommendations, to bridge divides across governmental jurisdictions and professional fields.