Is this the future of travel in Klaus Schwab’s dystopian Great Reset?
The World Economic Forum introduced a ‘solution’ to COVID-19 in 2020 that should scare the daylights out of any rational human being.
It’s called the CovidPass.
The WEF plans to launch CovidPass in September of this year, which will require a blood sample to give you a pass to tell people you’re safe… but they promise they won’t track you with this information 🙄
The release date is September. pic.twitter.com/wjepRiGaaC
— Renegade mind (@MoanyMr) March 12, 2022
The app was advertised as a solution to “help revive global travel and large events during the pandemic.”
But look what CovidPass is asking from its users.
“Users will have their blood screened at an approved CovidPass laboratory.”
“CovidPass’s creators say that by using blood test data, it’s 100% reliable.”
So, every trip we take in the future will require a blood sample?
That’s a big fat NO from me Klaus!
Here’s where you know this globalist cabal wants to use COVID as the trojan horse for totalitarian control of the global population.
“That could help countries manage future waves of COVID-19 or other epidemics.”
Unsurprisingly, the climate change agenda is incorporated into the CovidPass.
“It commits to mandatory carbon offsetting for each of its passengers to preserve the environmental benefits of reduced air travel during the crisis.”
Are you ready for your carbon credit score in a couple of years? That’s what the globalists wish to implement amongst the serfs.
CovidPass is the brainchild of WEF Young Global Leader, Mustapha Mokass.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Atlas Partners, an impact-driven company in renewable energy and off-grid solar-powered desalination technology to improve affordable water access in Europe, MENA and Africa. Impact investor: in technologies impacting positively the climate – Immersion4 technology providing innovative energy efficiency solution for datacenters; in technologies generating social impact – HeathKey; leading post C-19 fast & safe economic restart solution based on Blockchain-based Digital Immunity Certification: www.covid-pass.tech; served for several years at the World Bank Group and United Nations Environment Programme focused on structuring innovative blended finance for adaptation and mitigation; 3 years as an adviser for sustainability finance to governments; focused on modernizing the government’s approach to frontier markets by boosting private capital and public investments; was instrumental in setting a multi-donors/investors coalition for climate finance action. Was member of the founding team that grew Amanar firm from a start-up in eco-tourism to leading social impact business with more than 160 employees in the Atlas, Morocco. Young Global Leader (YGL), World Economic Forum. Co-Founder of the YGL Initiative Regeneration Hubs, Winner of YGL Impact Lab 2016 – supporting green projects developers to reach bankability threshold. Board member at Givedirectly US NGO and Care, Morocco. Former Climate Finance Consultant; advised assets managers, private equity, banking, and consumer product firms in the US, Europe and Africa. Professor at Anant University for Climate Action, India and regular public speaker at global conferences on SDGs, technologies and climate finance. MSc in Urban and Environmental Engineering; Master, HEC Paris Business School; EE, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Oxford Said Business School.
As stated by the WEF:
CovidPass uses blockchain technology to store encrypted data from individual blood tests, allowing users to prove that they have tested negative for COVID-19.
Unlike contact tracing apps, CovidPass will not track users’ movements. Non-mandatory contact tracing apps have met with only limited success so far due to privacy concerns.
Germany, regarded as one of the most successful nations in rolling out a voluntary app, currently has only 16 million users out of 83 million citizens. Experts say at least half the population needs to use a contact tracing app to make it effective in fighting the virus.
Meanwhile, governments are faced with a variety of different testing regimes to validate the health of travellers. “This isn’t enough to reassure tourists or health authorities”, says Mokass.
Mokass hopes his app, which is launching in September, will become a standardized solution for airlines, airports and border agencies, and eliminate quarantine for healthy travellers. CovidPass could also allow hotels, cinemas, theatres, sporting and concert venues to reopen safely.
Another possible use would be to help restart the worldwide conference and exhibition industry, which has contracted by 60%, at a cost of $180 billion in lost revenues and impacting 1.9 million jobs, according to the industry’s global association, UFI.
CovidPass commits to mandatory carbon offsetting for each flight passenger, to preserve the environmental benefits of reduced air travel during the crisis.
Read more about the Orwellian CovidPass app on its website.
And the app is live and available in the iTunes app store:
How long until governments want to mandate the app for international travel?