I feel the need to bring this up because the information is truly worrying. I previously contacted about NHS and Prince Charles which was actually posted. Thanks for that btw. This should be the nail in the health services corrupted coffin.
I was looking into the origins of Track and trace and I found a lot of info. Long read but please hear me out.
Hancock personally facilitated the Israel technology cooperation in the NHS. With the building of NHSX he handed the car keys to Matthew Gould, now CEO of NHSX. NHSX sets NATIONAL POLICY on NHS technology, digital and data, including data sharing. Meaning they have everyone’s medical records nationwide and literally set nationwide health technology policy. Matthew Gould is the Former Ambassador to guess who? Israel. He is a descendant of Polish Jews.
Here’s his description on the government website in which it literally says he is leading the NHS track and trace app. This is a direct connection to the app being derived from Israeli technology.
Matthew was the government’s Director General for Digital and Media Policy for 3 years, until May 2019. Before that he was British Ambassador to Israel, where he set up the UK-Israel Tech Hub, and the UK government’s Director of Cyber Security.
Technology has the potential to save lives and help us deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. In the coming weeks, the NHS will be launching a contact-tracing app. NHSX Chief Executive, Matthew Gould, and public health doctor and programme lead, Geraint Lewis, explain how NHSX is leading the development of this critical new tool.
That’s not even the full extent of it, NHSX is “building” AI (Israel leads development of AI worldwide and the former ambassador for Israel is CEO of the company, shameful Zionist infiltration). That’s where most of the cheese is going. They want the NHS to be algorithm based, it is truly scary and horrific.
‘Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds enormous potential for the NHS, if we can use it right. It can reduce the burden on the system by taking on the tasks that can be converted into an algorithm. Many of these are in areas of greatest pressure, like radiography and pathology. It could improve patient outcomes, and increase productivity across the system, freeing up clinicians’ time so they can focus on the parts of the job where they add the most value.’
The UK’s growing tech trade ties with Israel – 2018
Ami Daniel doesn’t see Brexit as a reason to hold off expanding his company in the UK.
“We intend to invest more and more in London,” says the Israeli businessman, who recently opened an office in London.
Mr Daniel, the founder of Windward, an Israeli maritime data firm, says that the opportunities for his company in the UK are too good to refuse.
Speaking at a recent networking event in London for British and Israeli firms, he explains, “Marine insurance was literally invented here at Lloyd’s of London, and it’s here to stay, and so are we.”
It’s a sentiment many of his compatriots share.
The amount of Israeli investment in the UK has been growing since a UK government scheme called the UK Israel Tech Hub was launched in 2011, and this investment has continued despite uncertainty over Brexit.
The hub aims to boost business links between the two countries, by acting as a one-stop shop to bring British and Israeli companies together.
It helps British firms find Israeli technology that could help them, and it assists Israeli technology businesses in selling their products and services in the UK.
The scheme also introduces investors to start-ups, can help support visa applications, and indirectly points Israeli companies in the direction of the legal and other professional services they will need as they grow in the UK.
Anglo-Israeli business deals totalling £85m have now been secured through the hub, it is claimed, .
Meanwhile, hundreds of British and Israeli companies have been involved in its various activities and events. During 2016-17 this included more than 150 UK and 490 Israeli firms.
Mr Daniel says that while “there is a cultural gap, a gap in how you do business” between the UK and Israel, the UK Israel Tech Hub works as “a great bridge” between the two cultures. He adds that “it puts the people together and creates that ecosystem” to provide opportunities.
There are now at least 337 Israeli tech companies operating in the UK. Figures from the British Embassy in Israel show a 33% growth in the value of their investments in the year following the UK’s decision, in a referendum on 23 June 2016, to leave the European Union
London-based nano-satellite firm Sky and Space Global, set up by a former pilot in the Israeli Air Force, was responsible for a big chunk of that latest increase in investment.
Given the success of the UK Israel Tech Hub, and with the Brexit deadline approaching, the UK government is now trying to replicate the model with other countries, starting with Brazil, India and South Africa.
Sorry for length but there’s enough there to have a field day. I urge you to look into and report this because this is literally the central link to all of today’s events.