Human rights activist Reggie Littlejohn said the vaccine passport has the same digital platform as the Chinese social credit system. She shared this detail during the April 20 episode of the “Flyover Conservative” podcast.
Littlejohn, the founder and president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, told podcasts hosts David and Stacy Whited: “Having watched China for so many years, I became very concerned when I started seeing this vaccine passport being floated in the United States. For these vaccine passports, they support the same digital platform as the China social credit system. It’s a digital platform that they use in China to track everything about a person and come up with a score.”
She explained that this Chinese digital platform uses real-time facial recognition and geolocation. “They know what you look like; where you are; where you live … [and] work; all of your social media posts or internet search history; all your spending history; your criminal history; your credit cards and your bank accounts.”
According to Littlejohn, the social credit score reflects how much an individual is compliant and meek. Anyone going against the grain could be censored as punishment, with further sanctions including loss of employment, travel bans and deactivation of credit cards and bank accounts.
The human rights activist and China affairs expert noted that everyone was afraid when the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) hit, which the vaccine makers capitalized on. The idea of “the unvaccinated endangering other people” paved the way for the vaccine passport, she added.
“That was the pretext of floating these vaccine passports where you would be able to be free if you were [vaccinated] and boosted – the implication being: ‘You would not be free if you were not vaccinated.'”
Littlejohn noted that the name does not matter – whether it is called a vaccine passport, smart health card, Excelsior pass, digital driver’s license or anything – as long as the platform shares similarities with the Chinese social credit system.
The Sovereignty Coalition, which Littlejohn and her friend Frank Gaffney established, grew out of the World Health Organization‘s (WHO) push for the vaccine passport. The global health body had been espousing the use of it as part of its so-called “pandemic treaty.” (Related: China tells WHO it wants to control global “vaccine passport” system.)
Over at home, she mentioned that the Improving Digital Identity Act has already advanced to the Senate floor for debate. If it passes, the bill will mandate the establishment of an inter-agency task force to support “reliable, interoperable digital identity verification in the public and private sectors.”
She dubbed the legislation as a “digital gulag bill.”
“This is a very dangerous thing. It’s not called a vaccine passport. They are not. The pretext is not to check your health status. The pretext is preventing identity fraud or identity theft. It can support the same platform and we’ve got to oppose it,” Littlejohn added.
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