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After Summer, Europe To Target The Unvaccinated

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“Anyone who imagines that the suspension of Covid-related measures in much of Europe means that those measures, and hence the C-19 vaccination campaign, are things of the past should have a look at the recent pronouncements on the subject by the European Commission, starting with Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s April 27 statement on the “next pandemic phase.” ” [Source:]


It should come as no surprise to learn that European regulators are laying plans to target the 100 million citizens of Europe who have refused COVID-19 vaccines. Behind the scenes these same regulators were already preparing for the implementation of so-called ‘vaccine passports’ 20 months prior to the coronavirus pandemic.

The ‘European Commission’ – the executive body of Europe – first published a proposal for vaccine passports on 26 April 2018. Buried deep in a document dealing with ‘Strengthened Cooperation against Vaccine Preventable Diseases’, the proposal was essentially ignored by the mainstream media.

roadmap document issued in early 2019 subsequently set out plans for implementing the Commission’s proposal. The primary action listed in the roadmap was to “examine the feasibility of developing a common vaccination card/passport” for European citizens that is “compatible with electronic immunization information systems and recognized for use across borders.” A so-called ‘Digital COVID Certificate Regulation’ subsequently entered into application in Europe in July 2021.

Seen in this light, the planned extension of Europe’s Digital COVID Certificate Regulation, as described in the Brownstone Institute article, is clearly an attempt to implement a draconian plan that has been in the making for more than 4 years now.

To read more about Europe’s coercive plans for vaccine passports being in preparation at least 20 months prior to the coronavirus pandemic, see this article on our website.

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