Who would have thought just a couple years ago that we would be facing this level of unconstitutional surveillance, whereby your health is on full display and entry into civilization is thwarted by a little thing called “vaccine id passports?” Well, the fact is, many of us saw this coming, and have been warning of it for quite some time. One big tip off was ID2020, which was launched in 2016 by none other than Bill Gates’ Gavi, Microsoft, The Rockefeller Foundation, Accenture, and Ideo.org. How prophetic of them to nail down the year ‘2020’ as a need for a “digital ID solution,” and launch their “certification mark” approval for stakeholders to get to work on technology apps as early as January 2019… ahead of schedule. All of this is part of their overall “Great Reset” agenda, with their full intention of implementing digital IDs that go far beyond the Covid-19 element, and will incorporate additional data on each individual, while tying in their social score, climate score, and finances as well.
So just how far have they gotten with these digital “vaccine id passports” thus far? Below is a roadmap showing where all states are at as far as a partial ban, full ban, legislation, allowing the passports, and those who are heavily pushing it. One thing is clear – people and states are fighting this! In subsequent articles, I will break down where they are trying to go with this agenda, who the biggest players are, and how they intend to connect this into the digital financial future they are creating. People and states must continue to fight back against this to prevent these authoritarians from unleashing the greatest takeover of mankind ever witnessed on a global scale. We can stop this.
According to the Chronicle for Higher Education, more than 500 colleges and universities plan to require a Covid-19 injection for at least some of their students and employees, with the majority of them being located in democrat states. One university in a republican state, Indiana University, is now facing a lawsuit by several students, alleging that IU’s mandate violatesRead More