Prior to the mid-1990s, most information about the citizenry was kept in files, such as employment records, physical tax returns, and medical records maintained by local physicians.
With the advent of affordable computers, industries started their migration over to everything digital. It was sold to the public as a more efficient way to keep data and a great way to save a huge amount of paper from going to the landfills.
What most people were not taking into consideration while going digital was the future risks of their personal information being used for nefarious reasons by criminals and government officials.
On January 14th, 2021, The Hill reported that a tech coalition was working to create a digital COVID-19 vaccination passport. The coalition included Oracle, Microsoft, and the Mayo Clinic. The passport would allow businesses, airlines, and governments to check if individuals have received the vaccine.
In March of 2021, the Biden Administration announced they were working on “vaccine passports” so Americans can prove they’ve been inoculated.
The Washington Post reported at the time that the Biden Administration was coordinating with multiple government agencies in developing a system that would impact many aspects of life.
The Post, citing five officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity, reported the effort “has been driven largely by arms of the Department of Health and Human Services, including an office devoted to health information technology.”
Now Forbes is reporting that dystopian electronic vaccine passports are quietly being rolled out and with some red states participating too.
Even as the omicron variant loosens its grip on the world, destinations continue to require travelers to show proof of vaccination. And, increasingly, a paper CDC vaccination card is not cutting it.
While the United States government has not issued a federal digital vaccine pass, a national standard has nevertheless emerged. To date, 21 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico offer accessibility to the SMART Health Card, a verifiable digital proof of vaccination developed through the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI), a global coalition of public and private stakeholders including Microsoft, Salesforce, Oracle, the Mayo Clinic and other health and tech heavyweights.
And very soon, at least four more states will be rolling out access to SMART Health Cards. “We’ve seen a notable uptick in states that have officially launched public portals where individuals can get verifiable vaccination credentials in the form of SMART Health Cards with a QR code,” says Dr. Brian Anderson, co-founder of the VCI and chief digital health physician at MITRE.
For the countless number of citizens concerned about the advancement and forced implementation of vaccine mandates, this promotion by states to move to digital vaccine records is alarming, pointing to the rollout of the Great Reset.
Not one area of life will be left untouched by #TheGreatReset plan, which aims to reform everything from government, energy and finance to food, medicine, real estate, policing — even how we interact with our fellow human beings! #TheDefenderhttps://t.co/GgTXJVDGLZ
— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) November 18, 2020
A few of “The Great Reset’s” objectives include:
The globalist technocracy is using the COVID-19 pandemic to bypass democratic accountability, override opposition, accelerate their agenda, and to impose it on the public against our will.
The Great Reset refers to a global agenda to monitor and control the world through digital surveillance. You’ll be tied to it through an electronic ID linked to your bank account and health records, and a social credit ID that will end up dictating every facet of your life.
Well, it might be too late to prevent our government’s increased misuse of citizens’ personal data, especially as a majority of the population appears willing to provide more and more of it, without any overt corruption from the government itself.
Just look at the percentage of the population that took the rushed COVID vaccines, even though the risk was statistically near zero.
This story syndicated with permission from Eric Thompson, Author at Trending Politics
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