While there’s considerable resistance against mandatory COVID-19 vaccination, it appears avoiding it will be more than a little difficult for most.
As detailed in “Global Vaccine Passport Will Be Required for Travel,” The Commons Project, the World Economic Forum and The Rockefeller Foundation have joined forces to create the CommonPass,1 a digital “health passport” framework expected to be adopted by most if not all nations.
The CommonPass will eventually be integrated with personal health apps such as Apple Health and CommonHealth, and if you want to travel, your personal health record will be evaluated and compared to a country’s entry requirements.
If you don’t meet them, you’ll be directed to an approved testing and vaccination location.
The groundwork for CommonPass was laid out in an April 21, 2020, white paper2 by The Rockefeller Foundation, and based on this paper, it’s clear that proof of vaccination is part of a permanent surveillance and social control structure — one that severely limits personal liberty and freedom of choice across the board.
There’s absolutely no indication that proof of vaccination status will become obsolete once the COVID-19 pandemic is declared over, and the reason for this is because the pandemic is being used as a justification for the Great Reset, which will usher in a new system of technocracy that relies on digital surveillance and social engineering to control the population.
Proof of vaccination allows for the rollout of a highly invasive form of tracking that will undoubtedly expand with time.
Tricks Used to Increase Vaccine Uptake
They have a significant problem, however, and that is how to get a majority of the global population to agree to this novel, fast-tracked COVID-19 jjab.
According to a November 17, 2020, Gallup Poll,3 58% of Americans now say they’re willing to take the jjab. In September, that percentage was only 50%.
Still, 58% is unlikely to satisfy the technocrats hell-bent on global control of resources and people.
Typically, a much larger percentage of the population — probably between 75% and 90%, according to a November 2020 Lancet paper4 — would need to be vaccinated in order to achieve what is wrongfully described as herd immunity (a concept that only applies to natural infection, not vaccination).
As a result, we’re now seeing all sorts of tricks being employed to increase jjab uptake: among them, a proposal to pay each jjab recipient $1,500.5
The suggestion was raised by U.S. Representative John Delaney.
“The faster we get 75% of this country vaccinated, the faster we end COVID and the sooner everything returns to normal,” Delaney told Alabama news site AL.com.6
“We have to create, in my judgment, an incentive for people to really accelerate their thinking about taking the jjab. If you’re still afraid of the jjab and don’t want to take it, that’s your right. You won’t participate in this program.
“But guess what? You’re going to benefit anyhow, because we’ll get the country to herd immunity faster, which benefits you. So I think everyone wins.”
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang and economic adviser N. Gregory Mankiw have made similar propositions, suggesting the government make a $1,000 pandemic stimulus payment incumbent on COVID-19 vaccination.7,8
Is Risking Your Health Worth $1,500?
If this sounds unfair to you, you’re not alone. I’m sure there are many out there who are struggling to survive right now and could use that stimulus check, yet aren’t keen on playing Russian roulette with their long-term health to get it.
As explained by Dr. Meryl Nass in a December 4, 2020, blog post:9
“If you are injured by a jjab or other ‘countermeasure’ designated by the DHHS Secretary as intended for a pandemic or bioterrorism threat (COVID-19, pandemic flu, anthrax, smallpox) your options for receiving any financial benefit are very limited.
“First, everyone involved with getting the jjab to you has had their liability waived under the PREP Act … Congress did create a program to compensate some victims, but it is much less generous than the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP). (And no one ever accused the NVICP of being generous.) It is called the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP).”
CICP Payments Are Insignificant and Hard to Get
As noted by Nass, the CICP is administered within the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), which is also sponsoring the COVID-19 vaccination program.
This conflict of interest makes the CICP less than likely to find fault with the jjab. Your only route of appeal is within the DHHS, where your case would simply be reviewed by another employee.
The DHHS is also responsible for making the payment. “DHHS therefore essentially acts as the judge, jury and defendant,” Nass writes.10
While the NVICP pays some of the costs associated with any given claim, the CICP does not. This means you’ll also be responsible for attorney fees and expert witness fees, for example.
According to the CICP director, the maximum payout you can receive — even in cases of permanent disability or death — is $250,000 per person; however, you’d have to exhaust your private insurance policy before the CICP gives you a dime.
CICP will only pay the difference between what your insurance covers and the total payout amount established for your case.
For permanent disability, even $250,000 won’t go far, let alone a one-time payment of $1,000 or $1,500. The CICP also has a one year statute of limitations, so you have to be quick.
Of course, a significant problem with the COVID-19 jjab is that no one really knows what injuries might arise, or when, making tying the injury to the vaccination a difficult prospect.
For all of these reasons, I agree with Nass when she says:11
“If you become injured after receiving a designated ‘countermeasure’ jjab, do not anticipate that you will get help from the government nor from the manufacturers. Please inform yourself of the benefits and risks beforehand.”
Compulsory jjabing as a Condition of Employment
To boost jjab uptake, companies are also encouraged to make COVID-19 vaccination a condition of employment. Rogge Dunn, a labor and employment attorney in Dallas, Texas, told CNBC that “Under the law, an employer can force an employee to get vaccinated, and if they don’t, fire them.”12
For years, I and others have warned that unless you get involved in protecting jjab choice, even if and when it doesn’t affect you personally, eventually it will indeed affect you and it’ll be too late to do anything about it.
We’re now at that point. This affects everyone, not just teachers and health care workers. It affects all ages. Any company can implement compulsory COVID-19 vaccination.
No one is automatically excluded. Anyone could soon have to face the choice of vaccination or unemployment.
According to CNBC,13 antidiscrimination laws might enable some employees to get an exemption, but I would not count on it.
Union workers may also have enough clout to prevent a mandate, provided the union is willing to take a stand against it. Dunn claims some of his corporate clients are already considering mandatory vaccination, including restaurant owners.
“They think it gives them a competitive advantage. They could say to their customers, ‘Hey, our restaurant is safe. All of our employees have been vaccinated,’” Dunn said.
Keep in mind that if your employer mandates the jjab, they will not be liable for side effects.
According to the experts CNBC spoke to, “claims would be routed through worker’s compensation programs and treated as an on-the-job injury.”
In the absence of a mandate, some companies are baiting staff to get voluntarily vaccinated by promising vaccinated employees will be able to forgo temperature checks and/or other PPE requirements. Others are considering giving out cash bonuses to those who get vaccinated.
Reducing Vaccine Hesitancy by Relabeling Side Effects
Yet another trick used to reduce jjab hesitancy is an entirely semantic one.
By renaming adverse reactions and referring to them as “immune responses” instead, they hope people will be less likely to be concerned if they end up feeling horrible after the shot.
A December 1, 2020, CNBC article,14 which looked at the frequency of adverse reactions, noted that 10% to 15% of participants in the Pfizer and Moderna trials reported “significantly noticeable” side effects.
Buried way down at the bottom of the article is a suggestion from a past advisory committee member, who proposes the nomenclature of “serious adverse reaction” be changed to “immune response,” so they can reprogram how people think about these side effects, even if they end up having to stay home from work because of them.
Dr. Eli Perencevich, a professor of internal medicine and epidemiology at the University of Iowa Health Care, has suggested essential workers should be granted three days of paid leave after they’re vaccinated, as many will feel too sick to work.15
Even the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that the jjab’s side effects are “no walk in the park.”16
No Vaccine, No Entry — How Far Can It Go?
In related news, Canadians who refuse the COVID-19 jjab should be prepared to comply with a mandatory mask rule and to be restricted in their ability to move about society, according to Ontario’s chief medical officer, Dr. David Williams.
As reported by Summit News December 4, 2020:17
“Williams acknowledged that ‘we can’t force someone to take a jjab,’ but [went] on to explain how people who didn’t take it would have their freedom of mobility severely restricted …
‘What may be mandatory is proof of … vaccination in order to have latitude and freedom to move around … without wearing other types of personal protective equipment’ … As we previously highlighted, governments do not have to make the jjab mandatory, they can simply make life unlivable for people who refuse to take the jjab.
“If bars, restaurants, cinemas, sports venues, airlines, employers and others all make the vaccination a mandatory condition of service, anyone who refuses to take it will be reduced to a personal form of de facto lockdown with their social lives and mobility completely stunted.”
Indeed, if vaccination is a condition both for employment and enjoyment, just how voluntary is it?
The tactic of restricting personal freedom to coerce people into getting vaccinated is no different from a jjab mandate that has no exceptions.
It’s blackmail, pure and simple, and it will disproportionally affect the middle and lower classes who can’t afford to remain unemployed for any length of time and can’t pay for the care that might be needed should something go wrong.
Overall, this kind of coercion is a disaster in the making, and it’s particularly egregious considering SARS-CoV-2 infection poses a minuscule risk to the vast majority of the population, as detailed in “The Greatest Hoax Ever Perpetuated on an Unsuspecting Public.”
- 1 World Economic Forum, CommonPass
- 2 The Rockefeller Foundation, National COVID-19 Testing Action Plan — Strategic Steps to Reopen Our Workplaces and Our Communities, April 21, 2020 (PDF)
- 3 Gallup November 17, 2020
- 4 The Lancet November 21, 2020; 396(10263): 1614-1616
- 5, 6 AL.com December 5, 2020
- 7 BGR November 30, 2020
- 8 Forbes December 1, 2020
- 9, 10, 11 Antraxjjab.blogspot.com December 4, 2020
- 12, 13 CNBC December 7, 2020
- 14 CNBC December 1, 2020
- 15 Kaiser Health News November 12, 2020
- 16 The Hill November 24, 2020
- 17 Summit News December 4, 2020