(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) With the coronavirus in the rearview mirror for many nations, globalist leaders nonetheless used it as their pretense for an alarming new assault on private individuals’ rights by tentatively agreeing to impose controversial vaccine passports.
President Joe Biden was among the group who signed the G20 Bali Leaders’ Declaration to “facilitate seamless international travel.”
It pledged to help build “trusted global digital health networks that should capitalize and build on the success of the existing standard and digital COVID-19 certificates.”
According to Just the News, the White House said it supports the World Health Organization’s mRNA Vaccine Technology Transfer hub and other tracing programs, despite Biden’s having openly stated that the pandemic was over just a few weeks ago.
The signing of the declaration comes 19 months after Jeff Zients, the White House COVID-19 Response Team leader, vowed that no system that would “require Americans to carry a credential” would ever be implemented.
This declaration is also a stepping stone to international research and production of vaccines.
It also recognizes “the importance of shared technical standards and verification methods, under the framework of the IHR (2005), to facilitate seamless international travel, interoperability, and recognizing digital solutions and non-digital solutions, including proof of vaccinations.”
World leaders said they anticipated that future pandemics could result in similar global shutdowns, and they were making it a priority to prevent a shutdown via global health tracing and vaccine passport systems.
G20 leaders made a statement maintaining their conviction to build a vaccination identification system while acknowledging the importance of respective national health policies as well as “personal data protection and data-sharing.”
Support for these processes is high among world leaders, many of whom have recommended restricting and regulating travel.
“If you have been vaccinated or tested properly, you can move around so for the next pandemic instead of stopping the movement of people 100% and [stopping] the economy globally, you can still provide some movement of the people,” said Indonesian Minister of Health Budi Sadikin.
Indonesia has agreed to take part in the global tracking system and will submit its plan at the next World Health Assembly.
The WHO is also supportive of a new system, and it published a 99-page “guidance document” to help countries build digital certification and information system.
“What we have to confront is a deep, systemic and structural re-structuring of our world,” Schwab said in his keynote address at the B20 conference. “And this will take some time. And the world will look differently after we have gone through this transition process.”