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CONTACT YOUR CANADIAN MP NOW: Urge them to REJECT digital ID! Click to contact your MP.

(LifeSiteNews) – As provinces, corporations, and global organizations continue to push for a digital ID system in Canada, LifeSite has launched a campaign so citizens can voice their opposition to their Members of Parliament (MPs).

As stated in the Voter Voice campaign, “Along with the Netherlands and several major airlines and airports, Canada’s federal government is listed as a partner in the World Economic Forum’s ongoing effort to institute a new digital ID system in countries across the globe to regulate travel.”

Described as a means to “promote secure, seamless passenger travel in anticipation of changing traveller behaviours and expectations,” the Known Traveller Digital Identity (KTDI), described by the WEF as a “decentralized digital identity,” would offer globalist politicians in every corner of the world the resources they need to track citizens’ movements.

The most populous province of Ontario has already announced its desire to launch an “optional” digital ID system as part of its plan of “Building a Digital Ontario,” but constitutional lawyers warn that what will first be “optional” is unlikely to stay that way.

“While the proposed digital ID is allegedly voluntary, it is unlikely to stay that way. First, it will become normalized, then it will become necessary,” Lisa Bildy, a lawyer for the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF), told LifeSiteNews last year.

It is not just the WEF and various Canadian governments seeking to become involved in the creation and implementation of a digital ID system, but the private sector as well.

The Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) released a “white paper” and video back in 2018 talking about its plans to “transform the way Canadians authenticate themselves online” by having financial institutions partner with government under the guidance of the WEF to facilitate a digital ID rollout that would “have the power and security to store every Canadian’s electronic identity and attributes.”

While the push towards a digitized and globalized world has only seemed to continue ramping up since the onset of COVID-19, the province of Saskatchewan suddenly announced earlier this month that it was at least temporarily halting the development of its own digital ID system, citing backlash from citizens and members of the provincial legislature as a factor in the decision.

For those unfamiliar with the WEF, it is the group behind the “Great Reset” agenda, a radical socialist plan designed by global elites that “seeks to ‘push the reset button’ on the global economy” and establish a radical New World Order that seems to closely emulate many aspects of the Chinese Social Credit System. The WEF openly meets once a year in Davos, Switzerland.

In fact, many have been skeptical of COVID-19 restrictions and the coronavirus “narrative” more broadly, precisely because in the WEF’s initial announcement of the Great Reset initiative, the group openly cited the COVID-19 “pandemic” as a great opportunity for putting them in an advantageous position to march toward their global revolutionary goals.

CONTACT YOUR CANADIAN MP NOW: Urge them to REJECT digital ID! Click to contact your MP.

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