Global health authoritarians won’t stop tracking and tracing the global population.
We Love Trump reports, Budi Gunadi Sadikin, Indonesia’s Health Minister, advocated for a global digital health certificate at the B20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia.
As part of the G20 Summit, Business 20 (B20) is an event aimed at expressing the views of international business leaders. Businesses from around the world gathered in Bali for the two-day Business 20 (B20) Summit to offer policy recommendations to the G20 Summit.
During his remarks, Sadikin noted that the G20 countries and Indonesia had reached an agreement to have the digital certificate using WHO standards.
He said, “Let’s have a digital health certificate acknowledged by WHO. If you have been vaccinated or tested properly, then you can move around.”
With remarks like these, it’s no surprise that he is linked to the World Economic Forum.
As a matter of fact, World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab has a plan to microchip everyone by 2026 to track every movement.
In a world that is becoming increasingly dominated by technology, it is no surprise that our privacy is slowly being eroded away. The latest example of this comes from Indonesia, where Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin has leaked a new plan that would allow the government to track people’s health data in real-time. If enacted, this plan would have a profound impact on our privacy and autonomy. This is a pure example of technology gone wrong. While the stated goal of the plan is to allow authorities to identify trends and target interventions, it is not difficult to imagine how this information could be abused. In the hands of a nefarious government, this data could be used to track people’s movements and ultimately control them. We must reject these ideas if we are to maintain any semblance of freedom in the world. These are detrimental ideas that would only lead to more government control over our lives. We must stand up for our rights and privacy before it is too late.