UK Supermarkets Begin Using WEF Digital Passports To Deny Citizens Food

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UK supermarkets begin using WEF passports to ban non-compliant shoppers from buying food

UK supermarkets have begun rolling out a new WEF digital passport scheme that denies ordinary citizens the ability to buy food if they are on a blacklist for non-compliance.

According to disturbing footage posted to Twitter this week, the Aldi supermarket chain has begun denying entry to people who do not have the WEF digital passport on their phones.

In the viral video, a man behind the camera showed viewers barriers blocking non-passport holders from entering the shopping area.

“Now, this looks to me like the beginning stages of the digital prison that we keep talking about,” the man says on camera. reports: People shopping at the high-tech store do not have to check out after scanning their phones as cameras watch what items they take, tally up the total cost and automatically remove the amount from the user’s bank account.

The supermarket’s cameras even allow customers to buy alcohol by using facial recognition technology that estimates people’s ages so it can determine if they’re over 21 years old.

Of course, many Christians argue the whole process of scanning phones to enter public areas is getting people accustomed to doing so ahead of a microchip or digital tattoo being rolled out akin to the Mark of the Beast system predicted in the Bible.

Amazon and other companies have also recently launched similar shops in several countries.