It’s no secret that the CCP wants to rule the world.
And COVID-19 has given them the opportunity to flex their muscles and make all sorts of geopolitical moves.
Another chess piece that they’re working on is the COVID-19 vaccine passport.
But they don’t just want to enforce that on their citizens.
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No, the CCP wants to enforce it on the global population.
They want to dictate everyone’s freedom to travel to anywhere on Earth.
And they’re counting on the medical globalists of the WHO to allow them to do it.
Check it out:
China is urging the WHO to let it run the global vaccine passport system.
This is just another reason why I'm glad I proposed a bill to end our participation in the WHO.
If Biden allows that to happen, we may as well just change our name to the United States of China.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) March 10, 2021
— Rich Tehrani (@rtehrani) March 9, 2021
China is rolling out an international COVID-19 vaccine passport they hope will get global recognition and open up… https://t.co/xTAte3G27y
— Simple Flying (@simple_flying) March 10, 2021
Oh my…. told ya.
“China tells WHO they want to run the Global vaccine passports system”https://t.co/LSm1lxfi9c
— Stocks_n_Scotch (@ScotchStocks) March 11, 2021
To be fair China has been running the Canadian Trudeau Liberal Govt & the country for the last 5 years so they do have experience…
— Rex Glacer (@rexglacer) March 11, 2021
This will be just dandy. Really, it will. The Chinese Communist Party wants to run a global database for “vaccine passports”https://t.co/dJxNkD9M99
— Simon Kent (@sunsimonkent) March 11, 2021
If the WHO even gives this sinister idea one thought, then any country who claims to love freedom should tell them to get lost.
This is not about health and it’s not about science.
This is the CCP and their desire to make the entire world operate under their control.
If the CCP says you can’t travel, then you can’t travel.
Even if it’s between two countries not even on the same continent.
That’s pure insanity.
And if any other governments get on board with this, their citizens better get ready for serious pushback.
Chinese Communist Party “experts” urged the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) on Tuesday to let China build and run a global database for “vaccine passports” documenting if every person on earth has received a Chinese coronavirus vaccine.
The Communist Party launched its domestic “vaccine passport” system Wednesday, despite W.H.O. officials urging countries not to implement such a system due to unequal access to vaccines and the variety in the quality of the available offerings around the world. The “vaccine passport” — A digital certification that confirms a person has received a coronavirus vaccination — joins China’s larger “social credit system,” which judges every citizen and awards them numerical “scores” based on how much the Party approves of their behavior. The behavior judged can vary from littering and volunteering, which result in respectively lower or higher social credit scores, to the display of public opinions either in favor or against the Communist Party.
China’s social credit system has prevented millions of citizens from traveling through banning them from purchasing airplane, train, or public transportation tickets. China is similarly limiting citizens who do not receive a vaccine against the Chinese coronavirus from widespread travel.
China’s Global Times, a state-run propaganda newspaper, proposed Tuesday that the Communist Party could build an international “vaccine passport” surveillance system in a week through its large technology companies. The proposal appeared to be a response to the W.H.O. explicitly discouraging countries from creating such a system.
“Chinese experts noted on Tuesday that China can help by sharing its experience with and provide technical support to the WHO to organize the issue,” the Times reported, “as China is the most experienced country in using a health code system in the world while the WHO is the most proper organizer for the matter to ensure independence, fairness and data security.”
The regime-approved “experts” cited in the article argued that, since China has been conducting mass surveillance of its citizens, violating their human rights, for years, expanding that system to the rest of the world would not present a major technological challenge.
“In terms of technology, I believe that Chinese companies can build an international platform in just one week,” one of those experts, the head of a Chinese organization identified as the “Information Consumption Alliance,” claimed. “The WHO can draft the rules, procedures and data format. China is very willing to provide support in sharing experience and techniques in setting up such a platform as the country has rich experience in this.”
China’s participation in a global health surveillance program would “guarantee public trust,” the newspaper insisted.
The Global Times did not express significant confidence in the possibility of the W.H.O. agreeing to such a deal, though the U.N. health body has stood accused repeatedly throughout the pandemic of allowing China to dictate how it responds to the virus, including spreading disinformation claiming the highly contagious virus was not transmissible from person to person. Instead, the newspaper cited other Chinese government observers who suggested that, rather than wait for the W.H.O., China should pressure other countries into bilateral vaccine passport agreements. The agreements would hypothetically lift travel restrictions between China and the agreeing country for individuals who can show documentation proving they have received a coronavirus vaccination.
Chinese officials are reportedly attempting to convince the administration of President Joe Biden to recognize China’s homemade vaccines as effective to implement such a plan, in exchange for China recognizing American-made vaccines.