If you thought lockdowns were repressive, then you have no idea what is to come! Vaccine Passports are set to pit humans vs humans, the vaccinated against the un-vaccinated. Access and control vs denied service and personal freedoms.
The globalist’s secure exit strategy in this pandemic is through the powerhouse marriage of biometrics and blockchain, the new era of global digital identity is now dawning. Digital IDs are the backbone to assuage our thirst for digitalization in our economy and the answer to closing the identity gap of the over one billion undocumented in alignment with the United Nations’ (U.N.) Sustainable Development Goal 16.9 “legal identity for all” by 2030.
The only question now is, will vaccine passports cement our way out of the novel coronavirus lockdown? or can we put up a resistance to the digital slavery-grid which is openly being constructed all around us?
In 2019, the government of Bangladesh and the vaccine alliance Gavi with ID2020 launched a digital identity program to keep track of who received a vaccination. The backbone of this partnership is the strategic global initiative ID2020 and the coming vaccine passports.
“We are implementing a forward-looking approach to digital identity that gives individuals control over their own personal information, while still building off existing systems and programs,” said Anir Chowdhury, policy advisor at a2i. “The Government of Bangladesh recognizes that the design of digital identity systems carries far-reaching implications for individuals’ access to services and livelihoods, and we are eager to pioneer this approach.”
The alliance consists of private and public partners such as the Rockefeller Foundation; the City of Austin, Texas; Accenture; Gavi; Hyperledger; the University of California Berkeley CITRIS Policy Lab; and Microsoft. Along with the U.N. Refugee Agency (UNHCR), the alliance advocates for an ethical and privacy-protecting approach toward worldwide digital ID implementation in their landmark manifesto from 2018. Global digital governance needs to be established to accelerate our digital life and truly initiate a paradigm shift.
To offer a persistent digital identity from birth, the program will explore and assess several cutting-edge infant biometric technologies, unlocking a potential global public good. “Eighty-nine percent of children and adolescents without identification live in countries supported by Gavi,” said Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi. “We are enthusiastic about the potential impact of this program not just in Bangladesh, but as something we can replicate across Gavi-eligible countries, providing a viable route to closing the identity gap.”
“Digital ID is being defined and implemented today, and we recognize the importance of swift action to close the identity gap,” said Dakota Gruener, Executive Director of ID2020. “Now is the time for bold commitments to ensure that we respond both quickly and responsibly. We and our ID2020 Alliance partners, both present and future, are committed to rising to this challenge.”
Additionally, a digital ID could restore a normal travel protocol for all of us. The World Economic Forum (WEF) has been promoting digital borders since 2017. In March 2020, the WEF published its Known Traveller Digital Identity whitepaper.
Using blockchain technology, biometrics, mobile apps, and cryptography, it aims to increase security, as well as the passenger experience. Now with a global network, a united approach out of the lockdowns is dawning on the horizon. At the heart of this hope is a digital ID.
Their plan is to consolidate our health data, tests, vaccines, scores, grades, and even boarding passes, these control structures would allow or deny access into any location, in every use case. Connected digital currencies are coming after health data is made real-time.
A one world digital health code and identity future is now here, based on china’s digital health code, people’s taste for freedoms will ultimately allow a digital prison-planet to enter our daily lives which leads to enslavement and discrimination over goods and services.11