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Masks are coming off and COVID crackdowns are waning throughout the world. But global powers are planning more tyrannical control for the next virus.
Church Militant's Aidan O'Connor takes a closer look at the advent of so-called COVID-19 QR codes.
The World Health Organization is planning to standardize COVID jab passports across the globe in its 194 member states. The WHO has partnered with T-Systems, a subsidiary of the tech giant Deutsche Telekom, in a move to introduce digital vaccination certificates.
T-Systems will move forward with the development of universal QR codes to indicate and verify an individual's health status. The German company's CEO, Adel Al-Saleh, claims, "Digitization keeps the world running. Digital vaccination certificates, like the European Union's, are key to this." T-Systems previously worked with the EU as part of a "digital green pass" scheme.
The company also released its "Corona Warn App" in Germany.
Adel Al-Saleh, CEO, T-Systems: "The Corona Warn App is the most successful application in German history."
The app was used to track and alert Germans to fellow citizens who might be a COVID threat. Days before the WHO's foreboding partnership with T-Systems, tech tycoon and self-appointed health expert Bill Gates hinted at another pandemic on the horizon.
Bill Gates, cofounder, Microsoft: "The cost of being ready for the next pandemic is not super large. ... Global surveillance capability would cost, like, a billion a year. Next time we should try and make it — instead of two years — we should try to make it six months."
As globalists look for the next crisis and lay the foundation for universal jab passports, critics fear the precedent for global tyranny has been set. The WHO intends to apply its digital vaccine passport system to future vaccination campaigns and even home-based health records.