The Commons Project: Tracking your Wuhan virus status through technology

by DCG

I came upon a comment on a blog that spoke about the “The Commons Project” and how they are developing technology in which “citizens will be controlled by tracking and tracing through apps funded by the Rockefeller and Clinton Foundations.”

So I decided to take a look at The Commons Project. Here’s what I found:

The Commons Project states on their web page:

Ah, the “common good.”

There’s your first red flag.

The Commons Project was established with support from the Rockefeller Foundation.

There’s your second red flag.

(FYI: I found nothing about the Clinton Foundation on The Commons Project web site. Nor could I find any related connections through a simple web search. But that doesn’t necessarily prove the Clinton Foundation isn’t involved in these technology/health tracking applications. We all know how good the Clintons are at hiding information.)

One of the trustees of The Commons Project is Julie Gerberding, MD . Julie is the former director of the CDC (with the CDC from 1998 through 2009). Since 2009 she has served as president of Merck’s vaccines division.

Julie Gerberding, MD: Working for Merck

There’s your third red flag.

Let’s take a look at the projects this organization is developing, shall we?

CommonHealth
CommonHealth helps people collect and manage their personal health data and share it with the health services, organizations and apps they trust.

(The apps you trust with your personal data? That’d be a BIG FAT ZERO for me.)

COVIDcheck
COVIDcheck helps people around the world understand and reduce their COVID-19 risks. Developed in collaboration with CDC and the World Medical Association, it also supports schools, universities, employers, and public health agencies in their efforts to overcome the pandemic and return to a new normal.

CommonPass
For global travel and trade to return to pre-pandemic levels, travelers will need a secure and verifiable way to document their health status as they travel and cross bordersCountries will need to be able to trust that a traveller’s record of a COVID PCR test or vaccination administered in another country is valid. Countries will also need the flexibility to update their health screening entry requirements as the pandemic evolves and science progresses. Airlines, airports and other travel industry stakeholders will need the same.

The Commons Project together with The World Economic Forum is working to initiate the CommonPass framework to address those challenges.

So The Commons Project is promoting the sharing of our health data via apps and our risk for the Wuhan virus with employers? Also, we are to now report our Wuhan virus test results or provide proof of vaccination before traveling?

So for the “common good” we are to report and share our private health data in order to freely move about our cities, states and the world?

Way too many red flags for me. Sounds like another system I want no part of.

DCG