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HR 550 passed the House with some Republican support and needs to be stopped in the US Senate. Write and/or Call Your US Senators and Call Other US Senators, especially those who need support to do the right thing or can be swayed. The best arguments to use are probably violation of privacy and risk of hacking. Both of these are true, though forced vaccination appears to be the real agenda. Track and follow related US Senate bills and spread the word to your friends and PRAY. Here is the bill to track and share: https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/550?s=1&r=6 You can read it there, or further below with emphasis added.

Centralization and Standardization of Information makes totalitarian control easier and more efficient. It also makes hacking more efficient, as the data is centralized and standardized. Nazi Germany used early computers to make its crimes more efficient, and Stalin used early computers, as well. Computer databases allowed the Nazis to trace, track, and more efficiently round up Jews, Roma, Polish people and dissidents. Stalin presumably used computers to better plan and organize his crimes, as well. Only a few decades ago, requiring an ID card (“papers”) for day to day activities, apart from driving, was considered fascist by many Americans.

Eighty years ago, on December 11, 1941 the US went to war against Fascist Italy and Fascist (Nazi) Germany. Early computers “gave the German government the means for two official censuses of the population after 1933 and for searching its data. It gave the Nazis a way of tracing Jews and dissidents using the powerful automated search tools using the IBM machines. It enabled them to search databases rapidly and efficiently, and the methods were used throughout occupied Europe by the Gestapo and others to locate and arrest its victims, contributing to the Holocaust…. IBM New York established a special subsidiary in the occupied General Government territory, Watson Business Machines, to deal with railway traffic there during the Holocaust in Poland…”https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dehomag

On August 10, 1937 the US Ambassador to the Soviet Union, Joseph E. Davies, wrote: “The International Business Machines Company is engaged in the business of making and leasing various types of machines to be used by large enterprises, in connection with bookkeeping and accounting facilities. It has had a long-continued business relationship with different branches of the Soviet government, which relations, I understand, have always been pleasant. As a matter of fact, many Soviet institutions are now using these machines, which represent a very substantial capital investment, and Mr. Shervdt’s presence here in Moscow is partially due to the desire on the part of the company to have a man on the ground to assure they are kept in proper repair and used to the best operating advantage.” https://archive.vn/dqqMy

Pre-trade union Fordism, with its use of speed-up, armed security guards, physical intimidation in the workplace and external propaganda, in the 1920s and 1930s was one of the key elements in the slow construction of the world of concentration camps which put out its claws initially in Stalin’s Soviet Union and which would soon put out claws in Nazi Germany too.…. The fact is that the Fordist mania for breaking down the rhythms of human activity in order to crib and confine it within a rigid plan at the worldwide level was defeated in the United States, but in the meantime it had already made its way across to a Europe that was in flames.” Excerpted from: “A Critique of the Fordism of the Regulation School”, By Ferruccio Gambino. Translated by Ed Emery (in: Common Sense No. 19, June 1996) http://web.archive.org/web/20211011180318/https://cddc.vt.edu/digitalfordism/fordism_materials/gambino2.htm

117th CONGRESS
1st Session
H. R. 550
AN ACT
To amend the Public Health Service Act with respect to immunization system data modernization and expansion, and for other purposes.

1.Short title
This Act may be cited as the “Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act of 2021”.

2.Immunization information system data modernization and expansion
Subtitle C of title XXVIII of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 300hh–31 et seq42 U.S.C. 300hh–31 et seq42 U.S.C. 300hh–31 et seq42 U.S.C. 300hh–31 et seq42 U.S.C. 300hh–31 et seq.) is amended by adding at the end the following:

2824. Immunization information system data modernization and expansion

(a)Expanding CDC and public health department capabilities
(1)In general

The Secretary shall—

(A) conduct activities (including with respect to interoperability, population reporting, and bidirectional reporting) to expand, enhance, and improve immunization information systems that are administered by health departments or other agencies of State, local, Tribal, and territorial governments and used by health care providers; and

(B) award grants or cooperative agreements to the health departments, or such other governmental entities as administer immunization information systems, of State, local, Tribal, and territorial governments, for the expansion, enhancement, and improvement of immunization information systems to assist public health departments in—
(i) assessing current data infrastructure capabilities and gaps among health care providers to improve and increase consistency in patient matching, data collection, reporting, bidirectional exchange, and analysis of immunization-related information;
(ii) providing for technical assistance and the efficient enrollment and training of health care providers, including at pharmacies and other settings where immunizations are being provided, such as long-term care facilities, specialty health care providers, community health centers, Federally qualified health centers, rural health centers, organizations serving adults 65 and older, and organizations serving homeless and incarcerated populations;
(iii)improving secure data collection, transmission, bidirectional exchange, maintenance, and analysis of immunization information;
(iv)improving the secure bidirectional exchange of immunization record data among Federal, State, local, Tribal, and territorial governmental entities and non-governmental entities, including by—
(I)improving such exchange among public health officials in multiple jurisdictions within a State, as appropriate; and
(II)by simplifying and supporting electronic reporting by any health care provider
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(v) supporting the standardization of immunization information systems to accelerate interoperability with health information technology, including with health information technology certified under section 3001(c)(5) or with health information networks;
(vi)supporting adoption of the immunization information system functional standards of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the maintenance of security standards to protect individually identifiable health information;
(vii)supporting and training immunization information system, data science, and informatics personnel;
(viii)supporting real-time immunization record data exchange and reporting, to support rapid identification of immunization coverage gaps;
(ix)improving completeness of data by facilitating the capability of immunization information systems to exchange data, directly or indirectly, with immunization information systems in other jurisdictions;
(x)enhancing the capabilities of immunization information systems to evaluate, forecast, and operationalize clinical decision support tools in alignment with the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices as approved by the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention;
(xi)supporting the development and implementation of policies that facilitate complete population-level capture, consolidation, and access to accurate immunization information;
(xii)supporting the procurement and implementation of updated software, hardware, and cloud storage to adequately manage information volume and capabilities;
(xiii)supporting expansion of capabilities within immunization information systems for outbreak response;
(xiv)supporting activities within the applicable jurisdiction related to the management, distribution, and storage of vaccine doses and ancillary supplies;
(xv)developing information related to the use and importance of immunization record data and disseminating such information to health care providers and other persons authorized under State law to access such information, including payors and health care facilities; or
(xvi)supporting activities to improve the scheduling and administration of vaccinations.
(2)Data standards
In carrying out paragraph (1), the Secretary shall—
(A)designate data and technology standards that must be followed by governmental entities with respect to use of immunization information systems as a condition of receiving an award under this section, with priority given to standards developed by—
(i)consensus-based organizations with input from the public; and
(ii)voluntary consensus-based standards bodies; and
(B)support a means of independent verification of the standards used in carrying out paragraph (1).
(3)Public-private partnerships
In carrying out paragraph (1), the Secretary may develop and utilize contracts and cooperative agreements for technical assistance, training, and related implementation support.
(b)Requirements
(1)Health information technology standards
The Secretary may not award a grant or cooperative agreement under subsection (a)(1)(B) unless the applicant uses and agrees to use standards adopted by the Secretary under section 3004.
(2)Waiver
The Secretary may waive the requirement under paragraph (1) with respect to an applicant if the Secretary determines that the activities under subsection (a)(1)(B) cannot otherwise be carried out within the applicable jurisdiction.
(3)Application
A State, local, Tribal, or territorial health department applying for a grant or cooperative agreement under subsection (a)(1)(B) shall submit an application to the Secretary at such time and in such manner as the Secretary may require. Such application shall include information describing—
(A)the activities that will be supported by the grant or cooperative agreement; and
(B)how the modernization of the immunization information systems involved will support or impact the public health infrastructure of the health department, including a description of remaining gaps, if any, and the actions needed to address such gaps.
(c)Strategy and implementation plan
Not later than 90 days after the date of enactment of this section, the Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions of the Senate a coordinated strategy and an accompanying implementation plan that identifies and demonstrates the measures the Secretary will utilize to—
(1)update and improve immunization information systems supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; and
(2)carry out the activities described in this section to support the expansion, enhancement, and improvement of State, local, Tribal, and territorial immunization information systems.

(d)Consultation; technical assistance
(1)Consultation
In developing the strategy and implementation plan under subsection (c), the Secretary shall consult with—
(A)health departments, or such other governmental entities as administer immunization information systems, of State, local, Tribal, and territorial governments;
(B)professional medical associations, public health associations, and associations representing pharmacists and pharmacies;
(C)community health centers, long-term care facilities, and other appropriate entities that provide immunizations;
(D)health information technology experts; and
(E)other public or private entities, as appropriate.
(2)Technical assistance
In connection with consultation under paragraph (1), the Secretary may—
(A)provide technical assistance, certification, and training related to the exchange of information by immunization information systems used by health care and public health entities at the local, State, Federal, Tribal, and territorial levels; and
(B)develop and utilize public-private partnerships for implementation support applicable to this section.
(e)Report to Congress
Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this section, the Secretary shall submit a report to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions of the Senate and the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of Representatives that includes—
(1)a description of any barriers to—
(A)public health authorities implementing interoperable immunization information systems;
(B)the exchange of information pursuant to immunization records; or
(C)reporting by any health care professional authorized under State law, using such immunization information systems, as appropriate, and pursuant to State law; or
(2)a description of barriers that hinder the effective establishment of a network to support immunization reporting and monitoring, including a list of recommendations to address such barriers; and
(3)an assessment of immunization coverage and access to immunizations services and any disparities and gaps in such coverage and access for medically underserved, rural, and frontier areas.

(f)Definition
In this section, the term immunization information system means a confidential, population-based, computerized database that records immunization doses administered by any health care provider to persons within the geographic area covered by that database.
(g)Authorization of appropriations
To carry out this section, there is authorized to be appropriated $400,000,000, to remain available until expended.
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Passed the House of Representatives November 30, 2021.
Clerk.
https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/117/hr550/text/rh
Government Publishing Office
https://www.govinfo.gov/app/details/BILLS-117hr550eh

EDS, an HP Company ‘Cat Herders’ https://youtu.be/m_MaJDK3VNE

Electronic Data Systems (EDS) was founded in 1962 by H. Ross Perot, a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and a successful IBM salesman who firsthand observed how inefficiently IBM’s customers typically were using their expensive systems….https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_Data_Systems

Arizona Sheriff discusses Governor’s state of emergency and transfer of data: “ARIZONA SHERIFF HATHAWAY EXPOSES AZ GOVERNOR AND THE FEDERAL COVID MONEY”. https://www.bitchute.com/video/aEhIz2rcVFUS/

Pre-trade union Fordism, with its use of speed-up, armed security guards, physical intimidation in the workplace and external propaganda, in the 1920s and 1930s was one of the key elements in the slow construction of the world of concentration camps which put out its claws initially in Stalin’s Soviet Union and which would soon put out claws in Nazi Germany too. By the opposite token, even during the Depression, the US witnessed a continued, and even strengthened, democratic grass-roots way of doing things which aimed at the building of the industrial union, and which laid siege to Fordism, and brought it down…. The fact is that the Fordist mania for breaking down the rhythms of human activity in order to crib and confine it within a rigid plan at the worldwide level was defeated in the United States, but in the meantime it had already made its way across to a Europe that was in flames.” Excerpted from: “A Critique of the Fordism of the Regulation School”, By Ferruccio Gambino. Translated by Ed Emery (in: Common Sense No. 19, June 1996) http://web.archive.org/web/20211011180318/https://cddc.vt.edu/digitalfordism/fordism_materials/gambino2.htm

Dehomag was a German subsidiary of IBM with a monopoly in the German market before and during World War II.[1] The word was an acronym for Deutsche Hollerith-Maschinen GmbH (English: German Hollerith Machines LLC). Hollerith refers to the German-American inventor of the technology of punched cards, Herman Hollerith. In April 1949 the company name was changed to IBM Deutschland.[2]
[…]
Holocaust
Tabulating machine D11, the first universal numerical tabulating machine. Such machines were used by the Nazi German administration in organizing documents related to the Holocaust.

As an IBM subsidiary, Dehomag became the main provider of computing expertise and equipment in Nazi Germany.[6] Dehomag gave the German government the means for two official censuses of the population after 1933 and for searching its data.[9] It gave the Nazis a way of tracing Jews and dissidents using the powerful automated search tools using the IBM machines. It enabled them to search databases rapidly and efficiently, and the methods were used throughout occupied Europe by the Gestapo and others to locate and arrest its victims, contributing to the Holocaust.[10][11]

Dehomag leased and maintained the German government’s punched card machines.[6] Dehomag’s general manager for Germany, Hermann Rottke, reported directly to IBM President Thomas J. Watson in New York.[10][11] It was legal for IBM to conduct business with Germany directly until the United States entered the war in December 1941.[12]

IBM New York established a special subsidiary in the occupied General Government territory, Watson Business Machines, to deal with railway traffic there during the Holocaust in Poland.[10][11] The German Transport Ministry used IBM machines under the New York-controlled subsidiary in Warsaw, not the German subsidiary. Watson Business Machines operated a punch card printing shop near the Warsaw Ghetto. The punch cards bore the indicia of the German subsidiary Dehomag.[10][11][13]

Leon Krzemieniecki, the last surviving person involved in the administration of the rail transportation to Auschwitz and Treblinka, stated he knew the punched card machines were not German machines, because the labels were in English. Income from the machines leased in General Government was sent through Geneva to IBM in New York.[10][11][12]

References
1. ^ Black, Edwin (March 26, 2002). “Final Solutions”. Village Voice. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
2. ^ Black, Edwin (2002). IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation. Washington, DC: Time Warner Paperbacks. p. 541. ISBN 0751531995.
3. ^ Black, Edwin (2012). IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation. Expanded Edition (2. ed.). Washington, DC: Dialog Press. p. 25. ISBN 978-0914153276.
4. ^ Black, Edwin (2012). IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation. Expanded Edition (2. ed.). Washington, DC: Dialog Press. p. 30. ISBN 978-0914153276.
5. ^ Black, Edwin (2012). IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation. Expanded Edition (2. ed.). Washington, DC: Dialog Press. p. 31. ISBN 978-0914153276.
6. ^ Jump up to: 
a b c Elkin, Larry M. (July 6, 2011). “IBM: A Centenarian’s Imperfect But Impressive Recall”. Tech Insider. Business Insider. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
7. ^ Aspray (ed.), William (1990). Computing Before Computers. Iowa State University Press. p. 137. ISBN 0-8138-0047-1.
8. ^ Black, Edwin (2012). IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation. Expanded Edition (2. ed.). Washington, DC: Dialog Press. p. 44. ISBN 978-0914153276.
9. ^ Black, Edwin (2001). IBM and the Holocaust : the strategic alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s most powerful corporation (1. ed.). New York: Crown Publishers. ISBN 0609607995.
10. ^ Jump up to: 
a b c d e Black, Edwin (2012). IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation. Expanded Edition (2. ed.). Washington, DC: Dialog Press. ISBN 978-0914153276.
11. ^ Jump up to: 
a b c d e Burkeman, Oliver (March 29, 2002). “IBM ‘dealt directly with Holocaust organisers'”. The Guardian. guardian.co.uk. Retrieved August 24, 2017.
12. ^ Jump up to: 
a b Black, Edwin (May 19, 2002). “The business of making the trains to Auschwitz run on time”. Editorial. SFGate. San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
13. ^ Black, Edwin (2012). “IBM’s Role in the Holocaust — What the New Documents Reveal”. Huffington Post. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
14. Further reading
* Black, Edwin (2012). IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation. Expanded Edition. ISBN 978-0914153276
* Anita Ramasastry. A Swiss court allows Gypsies’ Holocaust lawsuit to proceed. CNN, 2004-07-08.
* Dehomag D11 tabulation machine exhibit in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum at the Wayback Machine (archived October 26, 2004) External links
* Documents and clippings about Dehomag in the 20th Century Press Archives of the ZBW
http://webopac.hwwa.de/PresseMappe20E/Digiview_MID.cfm?mid=F042140
” See entire article here: CC-BY-SA-3.0: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dehomag
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/