The WHO is rapidly establishing a Global Digital Health Certification Network (GDHCN) disguised as a mechanism to “deliver better health for people across the globe.”
Human rights watchdog James Roguski warned #CHDTV, “It’s got nothing to do with health. These are compliance certificates. So, if you’re a good little obedient man or woman, boy or girl, then you get to travel.”
During the COVID crisis, the WHO began utilizing the GDHCN to verify vaccination status and PCR results. Now, the WHO claims that expanding the GDHCN to include additional health records, such as vaccination certificates and verification of prescriptions across borders, is essential for “pandemic preparedness.”
“If I wanted to book a flight, and I put my information in, they want to be able to query the Global Digital Health Certification Network and get an encrypted key that they could trust and go access my medical data,” said Roguski.
Because there is no way to create these certificates without grossly overstepping into the personal medical history of private citizens, Roguski sees the WHO’s attempts to establish a GDHCN across the globe as a form of tyranny.
“What they want to do is to write a little regulation that says, ‘If the WHO says so, then it’s okay.’ That’s not a regulation. That’s a transfer of power into tyranny.”
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