“World Economic Forum Spells Out Its Decentralized Biometric Travel ID Project”

COVID19 RESPONSE PLATFORM –  The World Economic Forum (WEF) is not hiding its true intentions during the COVID-19 hysteria. On the contrary, it openly tells you what the agenda is.

Yet another ‘pilot program’ was already being rolled out by the WEF in 2019, but now allegedly will help to stop the virus outbreak. This one’s called Known Traveller Digital Identity (KTDI).

The World Economic Forum has published a white paper describing in detail its proposed biometrics-backed paperless international travel concept, called Known Traveller Digital Identity, a limited pilot project involving travel between Canada and the Netherlands.

[…] Portions of the idea are being worked on in the pilot being run by the World Economic Forum, government agencies of Canada and the Netherlands, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air Canada, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the Greater Toronto Airport Authority, Aéroports de Montréal, Accenture Plc., which helped build the pilot project, Vision-Box and Idemia. – Biometric Update

If the WEF gets away with this everyone who wants to travel will have to install an app on their phone which will replace physical documents that are normally associated with traveling. Without the app you will be unable to travel.


Although it is advertised as a “decentralized” system, the reality is that the WEF will have access to all the data through their members (between 633 and 1,000 corporations).

A person’s digital identity, authenticated by a national government, would be linked to the person through biometrics. The identity would be encrypted and stored on the traveler’s phone.

A KTDI application would keep an ongoing list of attestations, beginning with the government authentication, and continuing with a running travel history that includes border crossings and transactions with trusted vendors. Information shared by the traveler is verified by checking trusted databases.

[…] Concerns about biometric scanning, about privacy and cybersecurity, and about the abuse of data by governments (in the United States) or by corporations (in the European Union) could be assuaged somewhat by almost any increase in travel convenience.

As always, when the WEF talks about “trusted vendors” they are in fact referring to companies that are WEF members. See our previous report to get a better understanding of how the WEF is manipulating companies, that are not WEF members, in order to have them obey the WEF’s economic tyranny.

Also notice how the WEF says that loss of privacy and security is a small trade-off when you get more “travel convenience” in return. This is the exact same mind game that the EU played when it manipulated national governments into giving up their currencies in exchange for the euro. That too was never really about “travel convenience” in the end, but about centralization of power. Which is exactly what has happened in Europe and which is exactly what will happen globally if the WEF is not dismantled.

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