UK law to retain DNA & fingerprints for coronavirus national security decisions

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The UK government deems it necessary to store fingerprints & DNA to be able to make national security decisions in context of coronavirus.

The Coronavirus (Retention of Fingerprints and DNA Profiles in the Interests of National Security) (No. 2) Regulations 2020

“But they don’t have my fingerprints or DNA so why would I care they pass a law that enables them to keep it?”, you say.

That’s true, they don’t have it, unless you’re a terrorist!

Here’s the kicker, if you endanger somebody else’s health by e.g. not wearing a slave mask, you’re a terrorist according to the Terrorism Act 2000.

Terrorism Act 2000. Click to visit on

Obviously, DNA and fingerprints won’t help anybody who’s fighting an epidemic. An epidemic that doesn’t exist mind you.

If you read my article on UN Agenda 30 & technocracy, you probably already see: coronavirus is the flimsy excuse to obtain our biometrics for their technocratic dystopia.

This legislation facilitates a DNA harvest.

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