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Cyber Pandemic the Next Globalists Forecast
Americans woke up a bit late to the entire Event 201 pandemic simulation that took place in New York City a mere month before the CCP virus first appeared. Hosted by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the exercise “underscored the need for global public-private cooperation to mitigate economic and societal impacts of severe pandemics,” according to its Press Release.
In hindsight, Event 201’s simulation proved eerily similar to what eventually played out in 2020 from the CCP virus. While the exercise widely overestimated the number of deaths that could occur from such a pandemic, its predictions of how the world’s population would react were almost dead on target, namely, incredibly well-manipulated. To really appreciate the scope of the exercise, the reader would be wise to become educated because the next “pandemic” may be just around the corner; it could prove far more deadly. It might not have anything to do with pathogens at all.
Meet Cyber Polygon 2021.
According to the World Economic Forum’s own website, “Cyber Polygon is a unique cybersecurity event that combines the world’s largest technical training exercise for corporate teams and an online conference featuring senior officials from international organisations and leading corporations.” What’s surprising is that this annual event has already occurred once, in 2020. And, hardly anyone noticed.
Apparently, “120 teams from 29 countries took part in the technical cybersecurity training in 2020. The live stream viewership reached 5 million from 57 nations. A comprehensive report with detailed results of Cyber Polygon 2020 is available here. … The central theme of the event was a ’digital pandemic’: how to prevent a crisis and reinforce cybersecurity on all levels. Hence, Cyber Polygon 2020 aimed to: develop the teams’ competencies in repelling cyberattacks … engage the management of global organisations and corporations in the cybersecurity dialogue … raise public awareness in cybersecurity.” Of course, the goals of Event 201 sounded similarly benign, too, if one had read them pre-pandemic. Are we in for a cyberattack pandemic next?
In the Cyber Polygon 2020 simulation, a real-time cyberattack on a massive scale was presented. The participants then attempted to thwart the attack by investigating via traditional forensics and “Threat Hunting.” Participants included “state and law enforcement agencies, financial, educational and healthcare institutions, organisations from the IT, telecom, energy, metal, chemical, aerospace engineering and other industries.”
Not surprisingly, banks and sectors of the IT industry performed best. Those who did worst had less knowledge of “threat hunting” techniques, on which the entire exercise appears focused.
According to CISCO, “Threat hunting is when computer security experts actively look for and root out cyber threats that have secretly penetrated their computer network. Threat hunting involves looking beyond the known alerts or malicious threats to discover new potential threats and vulnerabilities.”
Apparently, concerning hacking, one cannot “possibly uncover everything, even with the best security tools. This is where threat hunting comes in. Its primary mandate is to find just these types of attackers.”
Like Agenda 201’s conclusions, the hosts of Cyber Polygon hope that their simulation wakes people up and prepares them for the worst-case scenarios. That’s nice. But, is there a more sinister purpose for such an “exercise” to be taking place that people need to be aware of? Given that the simulations are being hosted by the World Economic Forum, which also hosted Agenda 201, serious questions ought to be asked.
The founder and Executive Chairman of WEF is the same man whose name has become familiar throughout the CCP virus pandemic, Professor Klaus Schwab.
Schwab signed a letter, along with U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and others stating that “we must be better prepared to predict, prevent, detect, assess and effectively respond to pandemics in a highly co-ordinated fashion.” One thing all signatories have in common: they are all globalists.
According to Ethan Huff in Natural News on April 6, 2021, “Schwab stated just a few weeks ago that he believes ‘nobody will be safe’ unless ‘everybody is vaccinated.’” Further, it matters little “if a ‘vaccine’ is experimental and still undergoing clinical trials, which is the case for all Chinese virus vaccines currently being distributed. If the government says you should get it, then you have to get it, Schwab contends.”
But I digress.
Taken alone, the above information may seem like little to worry about. But, as already explained in an article I recently wrote called Gates, Fauci, Covid Policing, and the New Normal, “[w]hen one combines Gates’ ‘monstrous’ contacts, Event 201, universal vaccine programs, ID2020 Alliance scheme, and patent #WO/2020/060606 along with China’s stated mission to devalue the U.S. dollar and bring about a One World Government controlled by globalists, an almost unimaginable future presents itself.” So, does Cyber Polygon 2021 somehow fit into the overall scheme of the globalists’ agenda?
Considering the recent, nearly simultaneous hack attacks against a pipeline company, a meat plant, a news organization, and most recently the donation lists of sixty U.S. Congress members, are these victims part of a real-time attempt to experiment with response times and measures?
As happened with Event 201, we’ll likely not know the answer to that question without the 2020 hindsight vision, which could come as early as 2021. Nevertheless, we can speculate what it all means until the lights go out. The bigger question is, are you prepared if they do?
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