Not even an unexpected (and very public) divorce can stop Bill Gates's global agenda, apparently.
The World Health Organization recently released new guidelines for “countries and implementing partners on the technical requirements for developing digital information systems for issuing standards-based interoperable digital certificates for Covid-19 vaccination status,” which is essentially a how-to guide for countries on implementing vaccine passport systems. One of the funders behind this guidance document is none other than the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF).
This is hardly surprising, but concerning nonetheless for a number of reasons. The Gates Foundation’s glossy website gives the impression that “vaccine development and surveillance” is for public benefit, but nothing could be further from the truth.
The Gates Foundation Strikes Again
BMGF having its fingers in many pies is really nothing new, but that influence has only increased in the last 18 months as Covid continues to loom over us.
To quickly recap, we know that Bill Gates is one of the wealthiest and most influential people in the world. He has an estimated worth of $124 billion, and the Gates Foundation, which he founded with his ex-wife Melissa French Gates, has spent billions on providing vaccines to developing countries with the goal of eradicating diseases. Gates has proved time and time again that he’s not just the founder of Microsoft, he’s a major financial force to be reckoned with in the sphere of global philanthropy and influence. Gates owns more farmland in the U.S. than any Native American nation or other private owner, and his company has previously introduced patents which track brain activity to mine cryptocurrency.
Gates is second only to the U.S. Government in donations to the WHO.
Gates is also in bed with the World Health Organization, the World Economic Forum, and the UN. Gates is second only to the U.S. Government in donations to the WHO, so his involvement in any of their official publications really isn’t all that surprising.
What is jarring is the fervor with which Gates has approached Covid-19. Gates stepped down from the Microsoft board in 2020 just as lockdown restrictions were ramping up. During a Reddit Ask Me Anything segment, Gates responded to a question on how the pandemic will change our economy by responding that “eventually, we will have some digital certificates to show who has received [the vaccine].” Bear in mind, this was months before clinical trials were fully completed and essential personnel had even begun to get vaccines. Digital certificates, vaccine passports – potato, potahto.
A Larger Agenda at Play
To his credit, Gates has made good on all those claims, and this new development proves it.
The so-called “guidance document” is essentially a blueprint for countries on how to implement vaccine passports and vaccination surveillance systems. The document is supposedly “driven by ethics” and instructs bureaucrats, small businesses, companies, and non-government associations on how to utilize technology to achieve these ends. But many fear that these vaccine passports or “certificates” are just a gateway to potential systems which track citizens through digital identification. That slope is a slippery one, alright.
Vaccine passports may be a gateway to potential systems which track citizens through digital identification.
The Rockefeller Foundation, which also funded this project, is responsible for another vaccine tracking program in addition to this one. Along with the World Economic Forum, they’ve initiated a program called CommonPass, which is specifically aimed at the travel industry.
So, why are the WHO, Bill Gates, and the WEF trying so hard to implement vaccine passports? And not only that, what’s the benefit of implementing vaccine passes in order to shop, eat, go to school, work, and function in our day-to-day lives? If you asked any of them, the answer would likely point to building a better, more sustainable world where everyone lives and works in equity and there is no disease or illness. In reality, it’s about pure, unadulterated, unapologetic control.
The Dangers of a Global State
The other side of the vaccine passport reality is not an attractive one. Individuals who like their civil liberties and any other like-minded citizen probably don’t appreciate being biometrically tracked while they’re trying to live their lives. And we’re already getting a taste of it.
Australian citizens are facing harsh fines and other Machiavellian punishments if they break lockdown restrictions. Their movement is controlled, as is whether or not they wear a mask. Recently, we learned about possibly the most concerning transgression of all – a government-mandated app that uses facial recognition and geographic location technology to ensure whether or not a citizen is at home, following protocol. Check-ins are initiated randomly, and the individual has to follow up through the app within 15 minutes – or else. Individuals who miss the check-in might receive a follow-up phone call or a visit from a “compliance officer” to discuss why they missed the check-in.
We can stop the hypothetical discourse on Orwellian maneuvers. They’re here and probably to stay. The lengths these states have taken are almost incomprehensible, but they’re representative of a larger global trend.
A global state’s sole aim is to eradicate the unique rights and freedoms of the individual.
In a state-sanctioned utopia, check-in apps and vaccine “certificates” are just the beginning. We’ll no longer worry about whether or not we should get the vaccine because it’ll be mandatory, along with anything else they deem medically “necessary.” There will be no private property or gun rights or free speech. Everything is subjected to the discretion and scrutiny of the state, and odds are if we’re already considered “extremists” by Facebook’s standards, we probably won’t like these new tactics.
A global state’s sole aim is to eradicate the unique rights and freedoms of the individual. And all of that begins with a Gates-sponsored document on how to implement vaccine passports.
At this point, anything Bill Gates attaches his name to should give us concern. There’s just too much that doesn’t add up, and his motivations and projects just aren’t representative of what the average American individual – who celebrates and freely enjoys their liberties – needs.
But that’s the thing about globalists and their shiny projects and well-funded, big-name tactics. All of it will be prepackaged, well-marketed nonsense “for the greater good” that we’d be better off avoiding at all costs than accepting without question.
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