Say No to Vaccine Passports

Now that a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus has become widely available and Americans are eager to resume their normal way of life, many businesses and governments are debating the best way to verify who has received the vaccine and who has not. Some are suggesting the use of an electronic vaccine passport for use when traveling or interacting in public. Sam Martin, creative director at Free the People, explains how a vaccine passport would radically transform our way of life while creating a technological platform that will almost certainly be used in the future for some of the gravest civil liberty violations America’s ever seen.

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Sam Martin

Sam Martin is the Creative Director at Free the People. Sam has over a decade of experience in cinematic storytelling, acting, and production. Sam directed Free the People’s How to Love Your Enemy, a full-length documentary about restorative justice. He also hosts three series at Free the People: Freedom Over Fear, Cult of Wokeness, and Liberty Beats.

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  • “Social passports will be the biggest power transfer (loss of personal sovereignty) in history.”
    No, forfeiting our sovereignty (voting to be ruled) is the biggest political power transfer. One ancient example is slavery. Slavery begins in the mind of the slave with surrender to a higher authority, e.g., god, society, law (rules made by others). Communists/fascists surrender to collectivism. All self-enslave first, before they are enslaved by others.

    Those who trust themselves before others, e.g., value their mind, their truth, over all else, overcome fear, self-doubt. Their right to be is scared.

  • The very logic is ill .

    If the vaccine works , who cares if someone else has not taken the needle ?

    If it doen’t work , then it’s made no difference either .

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