Digital passes that show you’ve been tested for the coronavirus are one of the many obvious things that I predicted.

It’s just so easy to see every element of this agenda unfolding.


Former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wants Brits to take a monthly coronavirus test, with a negative result earning them “freedom passes.” His idea angered some commenters, who called it “Orwellian.”

Writing in The Times on Friday, Hunt described an effective vaccine as Britain’s best shot at returning to normal life. However, the Conservative MP said that the country needs a “plan B” in the form of monthly tests for the whole population, with the freedom to live a normal life awarded only to those who show negative results.

Hunt suggested “offering people who comply with testing and isolation requirements a ‘freedom pass’ that removes the requirement to follow lockdown regulations.” Slovakia rolled out a similar system less than a month earlier, with those testing negative earning a certificate exempting them from curfew.

Though Hunt described the passes as an incentive to boost the uptake in testing, normal life would be quite impossible without one. In his own words, these passes should be required by people who want “to go out, shop and go to work.”

The vaccination is going to be linked to a computer chip implanted in your hand.

That chip will also contain your monthly digital credits that the government gives to good goyim.

Of course, before they get you used to implanted chips, they’re going to let you keep this information on a biometrically-linked card, or maybe on your cellphone.

Then, the media will start advertising that “some people” are now implanting their health passes, and this is making their lives much easier.

Then, eventually, the chip implant will be required.

Is this also obvious to you people? I just have a hard time believing that anyone can’t see all of it, rolling out like a carpet.