The WHO Power Grab: Determined & Very Much Alive

June 19, 2024

Host: Hon. Sam Rohrer

Guest: Reggie Littlejohn

Note: This transcript is taken from a Stand in the Gap Today program originally aired on June 19, 2024. To listen to the podcast, click HERE.

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Sam Rohrer:       Hello and welcome to this Wednesday edition of Stand In the Gap Today. And as I mentioned on Monday’s program, I’m really glad to have back with me today. Reggie Littlejohn. She is the founder and president of Women’s Rights Without Borders, which she began some years ago as an effort to combat forced abortions and sterilizations in China. She’s also founded Stop Vaccine Passports and also the Sovereignty Coalition. Now on May 29th, Reggie was with me live, if you recall that, from Geneva, Switzerland where she was attendings. Well, right there in the middle of that May 27 to June 1st, the WHO World Health Organization meeting the title of that program was The WHO Power Grab Delayed but not dead. Now to date, just three weeks later, Reggie’s agreed to come back with me and bring us up to date on what actually happened actually after our program at the conclusion of the WHO meeting, what has happened since that meeting and what is likely to happen in the weeks and months just ahead. The title I’ve chosen to frame our discussion today is this The WHO Power Grab determined and very much Alive. And with that I welcome back to the program right now. Reggie, thanks for being back with me.

Reggie Littlejohn:             Oh, thank you so much for having me back, Sam.

Sam Rohrer:       Reggie, when you were with me on May 29th, I want to give just a little bit of more of an update for our listeners who may not have caught that we discussed the fact that the unelected and arrogant, these are my words, the WHO director, Marxist Director Tedros Gaius, made an early announcement at the very beginning, or actually perhaps just before the official start, I think of the May 27th who meeting. And in that unexpected announcement, he indicated that the votes weren’t there for the 194 nations of the global community to, I’m going to say formally give up their sovereignty to the World Health Organization, their goal to dictate the pronouncement of global control measures in relationship to potential actual, or even, I’m going to say past matters of health. But as we commented, Reggie Tess’s comment that though this was the case and he was disappointed, the need for it still existed and that he, and I’m going to say by inference, all of those who support centralized global control use these words would stop at nothing to achieve it.

Sam Rohrer:       And that declaration is what caused me to choose the title of our conversation then to the WHO Power Grab Delayed but not dead. But both of us agreed that since the Global Elite, which you define as the who, the the World Economic Forum and others, they’re not bound by law and they view themselves as above the law. So we should anticipate any type of surprise, unlawful and unethical action in regard to their attempt to consolidate global health power. Now that brings me with that long intro to this first question, what is the actual bottom line status of the WHO Power Grab? If I can, let me quote from one observer and friend Michelle Bachman. She made this statement on June 1st, right the end of the meeting. She said this, the rules were adopted the last day of the WHO meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. A meeting is scheduled for July, 2024 to pass the Global Pandemic Treaty.

Sam Rohrer:       The organization violated their internal rules and created this monster behind closed doors. No transparency. The bottom line is the WHO changes from a global advisory only body to an international enforcer of its mandates. The global surveillance state starts now nations have 10 months to object, but that’s if the rules are followed where she said we’re in the global state, it is here. Now here’s my question. Would you agree with Michelle’s Stark and direct assessment or have some things changed perhaps after that that you would modify it, that comment, and then basically tell us what is now the status, what actually happened at that meeting?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Okay, so I would generally agree with Michelle’s comment and I should just mention that she has been a huge hero in this space. So I don’t think anybody’s done more to raise awareness and sound the alarm than Honorable Bachman has. So in terms of the current status, when Tera said, I don’t think we have the votes, I think that he was referring to the Pandemic Treaty, not the International Health Regulations. So that’s why the Pandemic Treaty was delayed and the International Health Regulations were rammed through. And the reason I say that they were rammed through is as Michelle said, they broke their own internal rules. The internal rule is Article 55. They were supposed to have disclosed the final text of what they were going to be voting on four months in advance, which was January 27th of this year. And instead they did not disclose the politic text until the same day of the vote just hours before the vote.

Reggie Littlejohn:             And so they gave no time for the various governments civil society to try to understand it and evaluate its impact and take a considered position on it. So nevertheless, the International Health Regulations passed. There was no formal vote, they just passed it by consent, meaning silence is consent. And there are so many problems with this. It’s hard to know where to begin. First of all, this is a treaty and it should be going through the Senate, but I have no doubt that the Biden administration because will take the position that these are merely amendments to an existing set of regulations and therefore not a treaty. And so we will go ahead and pass it by executive order.

Sam Rohrer:       Okay. And I think something happened there. Are you still there Reggie? Alright, well Tim, you have to try and get her back, but ladies and gentlemen, I’ll complete just a little bit what she was saying there and just give some comment. One of the problems which we have stated, and Michelle by the way, Michelle Bachman will be with me next Wednesday. I’ll be at a pastor’s conference, but I’m going to connect with her from there and we’re going to talk further directly with her. But one of the problems that has been happening with the advancement of the WHO agreement is that in reality it is a treaty. Treaties are to be confirmed by the US Senate when it applies to our nation. But they are calling it an agreement. Say Reggie, are you back?

Reggie Littlejohn:             I am back. I’m sorry. We got cut off.

Sam Rohrer:       Okay, well that’s okay. Only about 30 seconds. I was just making the case right there that there are a lot of subterfuge in this. And as you were talking about the Biden administration by executive order perhaps, is that yes, they want to view this as a regulation part of an existing something already approved. They are not referring to it as a treaty, which requires a US Senate approval as it comes to our nation. They want to put it in as an agreement under some other type of thing, which opens the door, ladies and gentlemen, for a wide range of slights of hand subterfuge. At the end of the day, it’s lawlessness, it’s lawlessness. And I’m just going to state that upfront. So that’s what it is. So when we come back, I’ll continue with Reggie Littlejohn, founder and president of a lot of things, women’s Right Without Frontiers and many more organizations.

Sam Rohrer:       And we’re going to talk with her about what actually happened that week, some of the steps that went through that week, and then the actual status of what they did when they adopted these regulations privately. What’s that actually mean? If you’re just joining us today, the theme of today’s program and the focus is the WHO World Health Organization, the WHO Power Grab determined and very much alive. It really is kind of like a follow up to the program that I did with I guest today, Reggie Littlejohn, which we entitled then delayed the World Health Organization, the power grab delayed but not dead, and updating on what has happened and is happening relative to the World Health Organization. Globalist leaders generally our leaders of this current administration, definitely wanting to consolidate power global to the World Health Organization. So if you’ve been listening from now, I just wanted to state a little bit of that for those who may not have caught the other programs.

Sam Rohrer:       I want to say this as an upfront thing here. Anytime people reject God and God’s authority, they of consequence. The result of that is they reject absolute truth and the rule of moral truth. And under such conditions, these people who are in that category of which those I’ve just talked about certainly are these people literally begin to think that they are God. And because they are in a position of power, they think they can make the law break the law. And in their own minds, they exist above the law. In simple terms, this is the very definition of tyranny. It’s corruption fueled by bribery and pragmatism. The result is, well, it’s expanded lawlessness, ultimately chaos as a result and the total usurpation of liberty as we have enjoyed it for so long, justice under that scenario becomes injustice. Transparency, well that’s out to win. It’s a foreign thought.

Sam Rohrer:       The concept of accountability, well, it’s conveniently discarded since, well frankly, it doesn’t apply to these people and their minds because they’re above the law. They don’t need to be accountable to anybody. They become, as I’ve said in their own minds, they become God. Now that’s what the Bible says, but that’s the reality of it as we observe it too. And that’s where we are in today’s global elite. I’m going to say most government officials and certainly what we’re witnessing in the deceptions and slights of hand in the World Health Organization maneuvering as we’ve been watching it and currently are. Alright Rachel, let’s get back now into what actually happened. Of note that week again, you were there for the whole week, you’ve been watching and looking at this whole effort that’s been ongoing for some time, just from a standpoint of giving our listeners a little bit of an insight to what is happening during a meeting of these delegates from all the nations of the world. They were there for a bad purpose clearly, but a little bit, just give us a flow of that week that ended up in that secret meeting at the end of the week.

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, okay, so the final meeting actually was not secret. It was televised and you can watch it, but the meetings all week were secret. So what happens in these World Health Organization, world Health Assemblies is that there’s all kinds of meetings and all kinds of events that the delegates can go to and to get more information on this aspect of what the World Health Organization is doing in that aspect. To me that is a lot of distraction because the real what’s really going on is all behind the scenes behind closed doors where I have no doubt that the negotiating committee for these international health regulations was working day and night to try to come to a consensus so that they could present it for a vote. And Sam, you’ve been talking about lawlessness and this title of the WHO Power grab delayed but not dead.

Reggie Littlejohn:             No, because of their lawlessness. The WHO Power grab has already happened. As I said, they were required to disclose the final text of these things four months in advance. They did not disclose until the same day. And so they broke their own rules and no one has held them accountable for it. So this is a power grab, this is totalitarianism. It has already occurred. And when you look into the actual provisions that were passed, there are people in the movement who’ve been saying, oh, we should celebrate because some of the worst provisions didn’t make it in. I think that’s ridiculous. I think that they put a lot of that stuff in there just so those people would say that at this moment and get everybody off track. But what happened, Sam, is that they got enough through that. Ted Rose was delighted. I’ve seen a video of him saying that his granddaughter is dancing because of this passage, so almost giddy how happy he was. So anybody who’s dancing about this is dancing with ro. And so even though some of the worst stuff didn’t get through enough got through that we have the beginnings of a massive power grab and a totalitarian regime under the offices of the WHO. Okay,

Sam Rohrer:       I want to come back and further ask you some questions on that, but I think that’s important for people to understand. A grab has happened. They absolutely have been doing things outside the law of their own rules. And if you’re going to see Teras happy, as judge is talking about, they got what they wanted. Now here’s the question in Michelle’s note that I quoted at the beginning. She talked about a meeting coming up the first week of July. What’s in that meeting? What’s that for?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Okay, well I’ll tell you what the official line is. So Tera said that they did not have the vote at the time of the World Health Assembly from May 27th to June 1st to pass the treaty. So the July meeting is what they say it is, is it is a further negotiation of the treaty. We don’t know what it’s going to be as Michelle has said. And as you have said, they could vote on it. We don’t know. They’re keeping us in the dark. So what they have said is that the committee to negotiate it is meeting again in July. So that’s all we know is what they’ve told us.

Sam Rohrer:       Okay. Now let me ask you this question again. I referenced when you were call dropped a little bit. Michelle’s going to actually be with me next Wednesday, so I’m going to have a follow up conversation with her a little bit later. But here is this part of it when she said that in fact the takeover has effectively happened more or less the order is here. Here’s my question, you may not have the answer to it, but as this are the regulations that were adopted in this meeting at the very end that prompted her comment about what we’re talking about now, is there sufficient strength already given to the World Health Organization in Tedros within what they passed that a passage or an adoption rate vote, affirmative vote, majority vote by the entire world of delegation, frankly, is it even actually necessary or have they already taken the power to themselves? Could they declare something on their own right now based on those regulations which they agreed to of whatever unlawfully?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, okay, as you said, they’re lawless people and there is an adoption process that they’re supposed to go through. However, it’s not really specified in what that consists. The nations are supposed to agree to this and it doesn’t say how. So in other words, it’s not that it has to go back to the Senate or the equivalent of the Senate of all these different countries. The president of the country, like President Biden could just sign it. He will take the position. My position is that it needs to go through the Senate. His position will no doubt be that he can just sign it into existence by executive order. And so whether or not they have the power to basically install a totalitarian surveillance state on the basis of this document depends on who we have in office and who the leaders in other countries in office.

Reggie Littlejohn:             There are parts of this. They took a lot of the coercive language out where they can sort of tell countries what to do and they deleted the words non-binding. They put those back in I think in order to get it passed. However, there is still enough coercion in here that if you have a willing government like the Biden administration, they can use it to install a totalitarian surveillance state and just say, well, we’re just following the directives of the World Health Organization. It gives them plausible deniability. So let me just talk to you about a couple of the provisions here that are particularly troubling, if that’s okay?

Sam Rohrer:       Sure, go ahead. We have about one minute. Go ahead.

Reggie Littlejohn:             One minute. Oh my

Sam Rohrer:       Goodness. Well in the segment then we’ll come back. Go ahead.

Reggie Littlejohn:             Alright, well let me just start with one then, which is in Annex one, they have the countries shall surveilled the citizens. They have to have related surveillance and also risk communication including addressing misinformation and disinformation. So what that means is that countries such as the United States are going to be required to surveil their citizens and basically censor anything that is counter narrative to the World Health Organization. So that flies to the face of the First Amendment in our country. And if you don’t have access to real information, then you don’t have freedom because freedom means that you can make free choices based on real information. If you don’t have the real information, you can’t make a free choice.

Sam Rohrer:       Okay, I agree with you and we’re just about out of time, but I’ll ask you to comment when we come back, what is the difference, and I have an opinion on this, but what’s the real difference between what you’re describing there and what we saw happen the last couple of years here in our country under Covid Lockdowns in the vax? So anyways, ladies, gentlemen, you may have your idea on that. I mean, Reggie, I’d be interested in what you say. I have my opinion on the difference. But ladies and gentlemen, the point has been and is the ability to control every individual, ultimately their actions, what they do, where they go and what they say. That’s tyranny, isn’t it? Well, we’re in the middle of our program right now, and Reggie Littlejohn, I’m going to go back to you because we started down a little bit of a path there in the last segment where you were saying that the who Teras, the globalist who want the locked in consolidated authority, the power under the WHO to basically dictate health regulations worldwide, that would extend to the fact of the point of even having requiring countries to limit what they call disinformation.

Sam Rohrer:       That’s basically the truth. There were things that disagree with what the state has put forth, and I suggested that what’s the difference between what that might be and what we actually experienced worldwide with the silencing movement and government forcing people to do what they did relative to the shot under the whole covid lockdown. So can you make a compare contrast on that?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, under the covid lockdown, basically the Biden administration just implemented whatever recommendations the WHO put out and just followed them. It was not codified. It was not part of international law that they had to do that. Now in these new regulations that passed the recommendations remain recommendations, they are not binding. So that’s something that slips through in the last couple days. However, something that people have not been discussing, which I think is really important is called Article four responsible Authorities. It says here, each state party, so that would be the United States would be a state party. So all the nations in the world shall designate or establish in accordance with its national law and context, one or two entities to serve as the National International Health Regulation Authority and National International Health Regulation Focal Point, as well as authorities responsible for jurisdiction for the implementation of health measures under these regulations. So this requires us, I mean they say, shall this is requiring us to appoint an implementation authority? So that’s a coercion right there. An implementation authority. This is a new thing. It specifically discusses that these new authorities shall coordinate the implementation of the regulations, including those responsible for surveillance and adjusting their domestic legislative and or administrative arrangements. In other words, this WHO Czar that’s going to be in the United States or there’s going to be two of them, are going to help us adjust our domestic legislation and administrative arrangements. In other words, to enact legislation that does enforce and implement whatever the WHO recommendations are. So there is an arm of coercion right there.

Sam Rohrer:       I’m going to ask you a question. You’re an attorney, aren’t you? Yes. Okay. I’m going to ask you a question this regard. If I were to look at this, Reggie, I would say on one hand what happened under the last couple of years since the covid occurrence here, which the real efforts were happening under the Trump administration. It was not Biden the contingent under Biden, but it was happening under the, and frankly, the whole world jumped into lockstep, the silencing, all of that kind of thing that was happening. Now, here’s what I’m going to suggest. As I look at it. One, the powers that be were able to bribe off and put in positions and the media and all of that kind of thing. They bought bribed people to do what they needed to do because the money was flowing by the trillions. We know that appears to me that what’s happening here and what their goal is to take and move that from bribery to actual law, actual statutory written law that who would like to get so that now it’s actually government that’s putting you in jail or keeping you from getting on a plane, not a third party that they’ve bribed to do their work for them.

Sam Rohrer:       That’s how I see it. What do you think?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, I mean, yeah, that’s the thing is that in the evolution of these international health regulations, what we saw in the beginning, the early drafts was the intent and they wanted to be able to basically be the governing. They still want to be the governing authority regarding healthcare, but to have a much more direct binding enforcement coming straight down from the WHO. Now, what they’re they’re doing is they’re depending on the governments, the state’s parties have agreed to enact this stuff in their legislation and to appoint implementers. So that’s the difference. And so what’s important about that is if you get someone in office such as Biden, and I don’t think you meant to say that there was no equivalency between President Trump and President Biden and all of this because President Trump

Sam Rohrer:       For whatever. No, but I did want to make the point was that the effect of people having forced to lose their jobs military to get the jab or they lose or whatever, the lockdown, the silencing, everything that we saw with the limitations on free speech happened under whatever administration you want because it was not actually the government that was doing it, but it was money that was bribing private sector people to do the work of government. This I see it as actually moving statutory power to this unelected group out of the UN and the World Health Organization, which then can compel the governments of the world regardless of who’s in office to actually use the power of government to do the things that we saw done by third parties who happen to have themselves in a position where they could actually silence you as an example. That’s what I’m saying.

Reggie Littlejohn:             So this is the way it works, which is that the government, the US government for example, cannot directly silence people because that’s against the First Amendment. So what they do is they lean on social media companies to silence people and then they try to do through other private companies what they cannot do directly as the government. And that is highly problematic, to say the least. But so what I’m saying is that people have been saying that the coercion has been taken out of these international health regulations, but I don’t think it has. I think it’s here in a very sneaky way in Article four with these national health authorities that are responsible for coordinating the implementation of the regulations and responsible for adjusting domestic legislative and administrative arrangements. In other words, they’re responsible for making sure that the United States and all the individual states enact legislation that will implement whatever the WHO recommendations are. Yeah.

Sam Rohrer:       Okay. So

Reggie Littlejohn:             I think that coercion is still

Sam Rohrer:       Here. I agree with you based on that. So the coercion is there and the intent is to move it from verbal intimidation or bribery to actual power of statutory power of government itself led by unelected global government. It is a power grab. Now, here’s a question. We had a couple minutes left. I want to ask you this. In the last program when you were with me, I asked you about the attitude or the mood of the people on the ground, and you answered it by saying this. You said, well, I feel the mood is almost sort of like a fog in terms of the delegates. They buy into the idea that we need a pandemic agreement in order to stay safe in the next pandemic end. Here’s my question. You may or may not be able to observe it, but that was in the middle of the week when you said that. Do you feel that fog remained during the balance of the week and then after that body did what it did at the end of the WHO meeting? Have you talked with enough people to be able to say that some wakened up because they saw that they were bypassed? Or are they still just as much in the fog?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, there were some countries that we were hoping were going to object. If one country had objected during the vote, then it would not have been able to vote by consensus. But no one objected. Even people who chose to reserve and say, we’re not going to go along with this. We’re going to bring it back to our own country and make a decision later. No one objected. And so I think that the pressure was very heavy on them not to object.

Sam Rohrer:       I would agree with you on that. And to me it supports what you’re saying. The coercive element, the intimidating aspect of all of this is very, very, very strong. I remember Michelle who was at the meeting a year ago, and she said as she sat there, when these amendments were first brought up and were 200 of ’em or whatever, there were there a lot of them. And she said she was there and observing and not one person raised their hand in opposition, which is exactly what you’re saying took place here. That is intimidation. That’s the effect of applied coercion in my opinion.

Reggie Littlejohn:             Also the effect of the fog that we’ve been talking about. Because during the week they had a session where people could respond to the proposed amendments and every one of them, or almost every one of the countries that responded, they all started out with a basis that we, and actually this was to the pandemic treaty, that we need a pandemic treaty to keep us safe from future pandemics. No one questioned that. And that to me is part of the fog because what the pandemic treaty will do, and this is separate from the International Health Regulation,

Sam Rohrer:       And you have to hold it just because we’re about out of time, ladies and gentlemen, stay with it. We’re going to come back. We’re going to complete that discussion, what Reggie was going to talk about, and we’re going to go and actually say the two major elements she described in the last program, digital currency, digital id, we’re talking about this. Alright, Reggie, you hadn’t finished completely what you’re talking about in the last segment. Do you have any thoughts you want to continue or just want to let it at that?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, I mean, okay, the pandemic treaty is supposed to protect us. What they say is it’s supposed to protect us from future pandemics. But what it’s going to do, I believe, is cause future pandemics because there’s an article in there called Article 12, which is called the Pathogen Access and Benefit Sharing System, where if there is a pathogen with pandemic potential, whoever discovers it is required to send it to the WHO, who will send it out to others ostensibly so they can develop vaccines or whatever. But what it does is it greatly multiplies the probability that there is going to be a lab leak. And so if you’re constantly

Sam Rohrer:       Having, sounds like it’s encouraging gain of function.

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, and yes, and that’s exactly right. That’s another problem there. The issue is if they’re going to be sharing all of these pathogens all over the world, what that does is it almost ensures that there’s going to be lab leak after lab leak, which is going to mean that number one, the big pharma are going to make a huge amount of money with all the vaccines for all of these different pandemics. And number two, that we are going to be in a constant state of health or medical emergency, which is going to give the pretext for the WHO acting through our own government to shut down our freedoms. Just like what happened in COVID-19

Sam Rohrer:       And obviously with the primary funding coming from Gates Foundation in China, why would anybody come to any other conclusion?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, and they’re going to make a huge amount of money off of this. That too, that too. It’s a dual thing. It’s like a business plan for big pharma, including the Gates Foundation. And it’s a way for globalists to establish totalitarian control. And so that’s why I established anti globalist international, which I want to make sure I get that in there for people to go there and read the manifesto and sign it because it will put you in touch with me. It will put you on my newsletter list and then I’ll be able to keep you updated on all the developments and on what you can do about it. So that’s anti

Sam Rohrer:       Okay, that’s good right there. Let’s go anti Just remember that and you can check it out. Lemme shift here because in that last program we talked about the very heart, what you’re describing, what we’ve talked about is an effort by power hungry lawless individuals, unelected in this case to who? The United Nations. Definitely all of these, the gates of the world holds no position, but he has a lot of money, these kinds of things. These are people who are tyrants. They want control over other people. Okay? Now, at the end of the day, you talked to that last week that when I said, all right, cut to the real goal for control. If control is what you want, which is what tyrants always want, what methods, what components are they incorporating and furthering? You used the word global digital gulag composed of a digital ID and central bank digital currencies. Combine your money with a digital id. Alright, let’s just talk about that a minute. Were elements of those two, which are the heart of the mechanisms for controlling people’s travel, their health, all of that kind of thing. Were these adopted as a part of that meeting at the end of the last who gathering?

Reggie Littlejohn:             So the Central Bank digital currencies are not part of the WHO,

Sam Rohrer:       Correct? I agree.

Reggie Littlejohn:             Okay. But that’s being rolled out independently. Okay. It’s another tentacle of the great octopus that is the globalists. And so the cbdc are something that are being rolled out separately, but they are.

Sam Rohrer:       But they connect. But they connect.

Reggie Littlejohn:             But they connect. They absolutely connect. And so in the IHR International Health Regulations that just passed, there’s Article 35 which details the requirements of health documents. Now, these health documents, they can be either in digital or paper format for now, but I have no doubt that number one, as decided by the nation states. So in other words, the United States will probably require digital ones. I mean, I think that they’re cutting some slack for developing nations that don’t have the infrastructure to require in digital format, but they have this paper format which will be easily converted to digital format as soon as they have that infrastructure. So these digital IDs, what they say is that they are to track vaccination status. What’s going to happen when they’re tracking your vaccination status if you choose not to be vaccinated, okay, you’re going to need that digital ID to get into the shopping market to, well, let me tell you what you’re going to need it for.

Reggie Littlejohn:             There is a digital ID chart on the World Economic Forum website that says what these digital IDs are going to be used to do. And it goes far beyond healthcare. You’re going to need ’em yes, to access healthcare, insurance and treatment to open bank accounts and carry out online transactions to travel, to access humanitarian services, to shop and conduct business transactions. In other words, just buy and sell. If you want to put it in biblical terms, to participate in social media, to pay your taxes, vote and collect government benefits like social security and Medicare, Medicaid, and to own a communication device such as a cell phone or computer, you’re going to need a digital id. And so to the extent that all of these things are going to require a digital ID and are going to be carried out in digital format, they’re going to be surveilling us on all of these different aspects of our lives.

Reggie Littlejohn:             And that is what brings up the China social credit system, where they are already doing that in China. I mean the technology for this has existed for years. And they come up with a score about how reliable of a Chinese communist sheep you are. And if you’re somebody who never makes it any ways and follows all the rules, you can live a life of apparent freedom knowing that if you ever step out of line, terrible things can happen to you. Like you can lose your job, your kid won’t be able to go to a good school, you will not be able to borrow money. So you won’t be able to buy a home or start a business. You will not be able to travel. You keep it up. They can sever you from your bank account and your credit card. And if you become a true dissonant, exposing all the horrific things that they’re doing, they can just disappear you. And that technology, that platform will come to the United States and to the world through these digital IDs and these digital, whether they are required by the WHO or not, can be required by our own nations. And they’re being rolled out as we speak by the WHO in collaboration with the eu. The European Union terrorist announced that almost a year ago at this point. So we need to really stand up against these digital IDs.

Sam Rohrer:       So we’re about one minute left. Alright. Don’t have time to go further where I wanted to go. But what you just said right there, say again. And that is that we share these things, Reggie, like we are talking about today, so people know ultimately to be informed, these things are going to happen. A digital ID appears to be coming one form or the other. So does digital currency, one form of the other to being aware is to be somewhat forearmed, but people better be prepared to say no at some point, right?

Reggie Littlejohn:             Well, the point to say no is in the beginning.

Sam Rohrer:       That’s true too.

Reggie Littlejohn:             You just have to say no right from the get go. Because once you get the digital ID and everything becomes digitized, there will be no more dissent because if you dissent, they will pick it up from their surveillance and they will punish you. They can cut you off from

Sam Rohrer:       Your bank account. We are out of time. Reggie. One more time. The website you want to send people to,

Reggie Littlejohn:             Anti globalist, one anti

Sam Rohrer:       Alright, thank you so much Reggie Littlejohn, much appreciated for you taking time to be with us again today. Important updates, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for being with us and again, we’ll have other programs we’ll go further into detail even in regard to what you do. Obviously we resist all of these things when they’re coming now, but at some point it’s going to come to your doorstep. So we need to be prepared to say no fight until then. But they really are trying to come very, very strongly to us and that’s going to require other decisions and choices at that point. Thanks for being with us to see you back here tomorrow.