“Conspiracy theorist,” they said, “There will never be a digital health passport,” they said.

Now: “You might soon be given a government issued proof of vaccination passport”

2-3 months ago: “YoU aRe A cOnSpIrAcY tHeOrIsT!”

Oh but the contrary, you see because as Diverge Media was spouting off about a “Digital Passport” mentioned in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), some of you were too busy rolling your eyes and pretending to listen — to be able to read between the lines.


RELATED ARTICLE: STALEY: The governments plan for a new normal – a phone app to give you permission to live — Published October 7, 2020.


Enough with the jokes — here’s the utter truth.

Published on a Sept. 11, 2020, an article from the BMJ titled, “Operation Moonshot: What do the leaked documents say?,” lays out future framework for a ramp up of testing procedures in the UK.

The article goes on to outline the detaila of a “Digital Passport,” where you can’t attend sports venues or even travel without it.

“What is a digital passport?”

“Testing for access to certain spaces features heavily in the documents, with reference to ‘immunity/virus free passports,’ likely to be available through an app. The plans say that testing could be used to ‘give people assurance that, at least for a limited time, they are unlikely to have the virus and are at low risk of transmitting it to others.'”

“They say, ‘A negative test result (or potentially a positive antibody result) may inform not just whether you could attend an in-patient appointment, but if you go to work that day, access a venue, get on a flight or visit an elderly relative.’ The documents also point to a ‘significant expansion’ of testing funded and delivered by the private sector, such as in football stadiums to allow access.” —The British Medical Journal

What “can’t” you do without a “non-mandatory vaccine?”

No making a living.
No private venues.
No travelling and seeing the world.
No seeing grandma or grandpa in their care homes.

That is, unless you get a vaccine that “isn’t mandatory.”

It’s like that saying goes — you can’t have your cake and eat it too — although I wish we could have it both ways, I don’t think they (our government) will allow it. — But we can certainly resist.

God willing they do, or else there are going to be some very though decisions to be made by many.

CTV recently talked about these so called “passports” in a live broadcast archived on their site.

“Ontarians who do refuse a vaccine could face restrictions when it comes to things like travel and communal spaces,” said Zuraidah Alman, a new anchor at CTV News Toronto.

“The minister of health today suggested that similar to immunization records, Ontarians could one day be carrying government issued vaccination passports that would allow you to get into places proving that you’ve gotten the shot and without it, you could face some restrictions in private retailers,” said Colin D’Mello, CTV’s Queen’s park bureau chief.

Don’t believe CTV, hear it straight out of the mouth of The Ontario Minister of Health, Christine Elliott.

“That’s going to be really important for people to have, for travel purposes, perhaps for work purposes, for going to theatres or cinemas or any other places where people will be in closer physical contact when we get through the worst of the pandemic,” she said.

A Twitter video originally from NBC News also talks about vaccine passport apps in the USA — one developed by IBM called “IBM Digital Health Pass Wallet” and another by Clear called Health Pass+.

With our medical information getting involved now — how much data is too much data for tech companies? And is it safe and secure to be carrying around such private info on our cellphones?

Clear, the company in the US developing the app “Health Pass+” says they won’t be holding American’s health data — but how else will they know if you’re good to enter the football stadium?


Do you agree with the restrictions that could be placed upon those who refuse to get the vaccine?

Would you feel safe letting tech companies develop an app involving your medical information — even if they never see it?

Let us know at Divergemedia@outlook.com or Divergemedia@protonmail.com.


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