The mainstream media has finally decided to admit the obvious: the coronavirus vaccines are going to be linked to an electronic database that is linked to a QR code based “vaccine passport” that you will need to participate in society.
It was obvious that this was coming to America at some point, given that a single control grid system is being implemented across the entire Western world in response to the fake pandemic. But this is the first time it has been publicly admitted.
The real reveal is the framing of the subject. The headline is “‘Vaccine passports’ are on the way, but developing them won’t be easy,” which immediately frames the discussion around supposed difficulties in developing the system, rather than whether or not an internal passport system and high-tech police state are desirable.
The Biden administration and private companies are working to develop a standard way of handling credentials — often referred to as “vaccine passports” — that would allow Americans to prove they have been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus as businesses try to reopen.
The effort has gained momentum amid President Biden’s pledge that the nation will start to regain normalcy this summer and with a growing number of companies — from cruise lines to sports teams — saying they will require proof of vaccination before opening their doors again.
Framing: private companies are requesting it.
From the onset of the censorship regime, it was clear that the claim of “private companies can do whatever they want to anyone” would be used for more than censorship.
The administration’s initiative has been driven largely by arms of the Department of Health and Human Services, including an office devoted to health information technology, said five officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the effort. The White House this month took on a bigger role coordinating government agencies involved in the work, led by coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zients, with a goal of announcing updates in coming days, said one official.
The White House declined to answer questions about the passport initiative, instead pointing to public statements that Zients and other officials made this month.
“Our role is to help ensure that any solutions in this area should be simple, free, open source, accessible to people both digitally and on paper, and designed from the start to protect people’s privacy,” Zients said at a March 12 briefing.
The initiative has emerged as an early test of the Biden administration, with officials working to coordinate across dozens of agencies and a variety of experts, including military officials helping administer vaccines and health officials engaging in international vaccine efforts.
The passports are expected to be free and available through applications for smartphones, which could display a scannable code similar to an airline boarding pass. Americans without smartphone access should be able to print out the passports, developers have said.
Other countries are racing ahead with their own passport plans, with the European Union pledging to release digital certificates that would allow for summer travel.
This was all announced by Bill Gates immediately after he declared total control over America when he was spamming the fake data from Imperial College London about millions of inevitable deaths.
The plan to use QR code scanning as a control grid was developed by Gates’ Microsoft before anyone heard of coronavirus, under the guise of the Microsoft Authenticator app.
U.S. officials say they are grappling with an array of challenges, including data privacy and health-care equity. They want to make sure all Americans will be able to get credentials that prove they have been vaccinated, but also want to set up systems that are not easily hacked or passports that cannot be counterfeited, given that forgeries are already starting to appear.
One of the most significant hurdles facing federal officials: the sheer number of passport initiatives underway, with the Biden administration this month identifying at least 17, according to slides obtained by The Washington Post.
Those initiatives — such as a World Health Organization-led global effort and a digital pass devised by IBM that is being tested in New York state — are rapidly moving forward, even as the White House deliberates about how best to track the shots and avoid the perception of a government mandate to be vaccinated.
One of the teams working on vaccine passports is the Vaccination Credential Initiative, a coalition endeavoring to standardize how data in vaccination records is tracked.
Yes, they’re going to protect your privacy – as they track you.
And really the big concern is for the blacks.
“The busboy, the janitor, the waiter that works at a restaurant, wants to be surrounded by employees that are going back to work safely — and wants to have the patrons ideally be safe as well,” said Brian Anderson, a physician at Mitre, a nonprofit company that runs federally funded research centers, who is helping lead the initiative. “Creating an environment for those vulnerable populations to get back to work safely — and to know that the people coming back to their business are ‘safe,’ and vaccinated — would be a great scenario.”
Anderson’s team is aiming to release its free software standards in April, hoping developers will use them to help build digital vaccine records that allow people to show they have been inoculated. The Vaccination Credential Initiative includes the Mayo Clinic, Microsoft and more than 225 other organizations, many of which have pledged to use the code when administering shots.
Biden administration officials privately acknowledge the high stakes of the effort.
The article goes on to talk about how they really need to get this right, because the virus is so dangerous, and it’s just killing everyone.
You’re supposed to sympathize with the effort which they are making to get this rolled out, which they are doing because they love you and care so much about your health.
They don’t tell you this is going to be required to do anything, but they do say that you’ll have to have it for “day to day life.”
The article – frighteningly – closes with a citation of evidence that this system will be used to manipulate people into taking the vaccine, saying they’ve already done the focus-group research.
There is evidence vaccine passports could motivate skeptical Americans to get shots. Several vaccine-hesitant participants at a recent focus group of Trump voters led by pollster Frank Luntz suggested their desire to see family, go on vacation and resume other aspects of daily life outpaced fear of the shots, particularly if travel companies and others moved to require proof of vaccination.
“We love to travel. We love to take cruises. I would get it to travel,” said Debbie of Georgia, who like others in the focus group was identified only by her first name.
Some attendees dissented and warned that requiring a credential would backfire.
“I would change my travel plans,” said a man identified as Patrick of Tennessee.
Next story totally unrelated: every man in Tennessee named Patrick has their house attacked by Antifa.
But I’m not kidding about this: the vaccine is the Mark of the Beast, this is 666 end times, total doom.
They planned all of this before the staged, fake crisis. That is very evident, and totally documented.
However, I don’t know that they had a timeframe solidified.
I think they’re going faster than they expected, because the masses of people are just that compliant.
There is a group of people all over the world resisting, but the largest bulk of people are just ready to do whatever the government says, whenever they’re told to do it.
It’s fascinating, actually.
I wish everyone would have said “no” a year ago. We’re well past the point where it was obvious that this was all just a hoax and a power-grab.