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India rolls out national heathcare program to some of the worlds poorest people

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posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 02:09 AM
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India rolls out national heathcare program to some of the worlds poorest people


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To qualify for the National Health Insurance Program, families must meet certain criteria and generally earn less than about $100 a year.

The smart card, which contains personal data and fingerprints for an entire family, costs participants less than $1 -- what could be a day's pay for a casual laborer. The fee is intended to make sure beneficiaries value the program and take time to understand it, and it creates an obligation on the part of the government to deliver. The card is good at any hospital, private or public, that has enrolled.

India has earmarked $1 billion for the rollout of the program by insurance companies in states across the country. The program isn't expected to fund itself -- it will be bankrolled by the government because the beneficiaries are so poor.

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posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 02:09 AM
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It looks to me like the elite are using the indian population as a social experiment for thier beloved new worldwide healhcare (Eugenics) program. The smart card is the first phase of thier plan. The next phase will consist of imbeding the smart chip under the skin.

They will be able to track your every move, behavior and transaction.

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