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Greece Used as the Willing Dupe to Usher in Global Vaccine Passports

Governments and their media partners are now attempting close the loop on the implementation of an international vaccine passport regime. In order not to alarm too many skeptics, ‘stakeholders’ in this technocracy program are being careful to market their global human tracking system as nothing more than an ‘interim step to help speed our return to normality.’ In reality, they are creating an exclusionary digital bio surveillance grid which rewards those who have taken the various experimental corporate COVID-19 vaccine products (and who will then be required to take all vaccine ‘updates’ in perpetuity), while penalizing those who have exercised their international human right of informed consent for medical procedures. The new pandemic industrial complex claims that vaccine passports are the only way to ensure ‘public safety’ at sporting events, concerts, movie theatres, schools, transport, and religious services.

21WIRE had previously warned from the beginning when this new regime was being drifted out more aggressively in February – that Greece was being used as the shoe horn for constructing a triangular trap around Europe, as Athens partners with the UK, Cyprus and Israel to try and hem Brussels in.

Indeed, behind the scenes, a tremendous amount of pressure is being applied to hapless and compliant government officials by the growing legion of ‘public health’ profiteers and the transnational pharmaceutical cartel being privately subsidized by Bill Gates, and oddly by governments themselves.

Zero Hedge reports…

Vaccination passports are being called the new “golden ticket” needed for global travel – and the hospitality industries that benefit – now that the recovery is on its way.

Countries like Greece, who get a sizeable share of their country’s GDP from tourism, are looking forward to welcoming back visitors. Greece will re-open itself to visitors on May 14, Bloomberg noted last week, but will require either a vaccination, proof of recovery from the virus of a negative test before departing for the country.

Those who require tourism for their livelihoods are ready to move on. Rental boat operator Panagiotis Mastoras said: “It’s the safest way. We’ve reached a point where it can’t go on like this.”

Greece is leading the way in pushing for vaccine passports – usually taking the form of certificates or digital cards – an idea that is also catching on in tourist nations like Thailand and the Caribbean. For businesses who rely on tourism, the “passport” is seen as a “route to salvation”, the report notes.

Air travel could win up losing $95 billion in 2021 after 2020’s worst year on record. As a result, airlines are following suit in supporting ideas that can get people traveling again.

“We’re pinning our hopes on the vaccines and the Covid pass,” hotel manager Jorge Marichal, who operates in the Canary Islands, said.

Jeffrey Goh, who heads the Star Alliance of 26 carriers including Air China, Deutsche Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, and United Airlines Holdings, told Bloomberg: “There has been a lot of advocacy, but the execution has been sorely lacking.” He believes a single set of standards needs to be developed for most major carriers and countries.

Singapore Airlines and Qatar Airlines have both started trials of passport apps, while Carnival Cruiselines has said no one can board its ships without proof of vaccination. American Airlines has started experimenting with the VeriFly app (as has Hyatt Hotels) and United has developed its own app that allows passengers to upload their vaccination records.

In the EU, on March 17, a “Digital Green Certificate” was given the green light. It could take up to 3 months before it is implemented and can be used…

Continue this story at Zero Hedge

READ MORE VACCINE PASSPORT NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Vaccine Passport Files




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