"Cyber Covid": The New (Cyber) Pandemic The Elites Will Use To Screw With The World's Food Supply
Event 201 (the Pandemic Simulation) was the last staged exercise conducted by the elites to harm humanity. What followed was the global Covid-19 "Pandemic". Baalshit. M'kay?
In February 2021, "They" let us know that they were planning a new simulation (rut roh) to occur in July 2021. Now They are about to conduct that new staged event, Cyber Covid. They will require that you to believe this new concocted threat of theirs is the "cyber version" of the biological threat that they got you with previously, the Covid-19 Pandemic. I really hope you guys wise tf up.
They are not going to leave us alone. The one consolation is that they always give you a "heads up". They have to tell you. It's a cardinal rule. The latest "simulation exercise" being conducted by these self-professed "philanthropists" (in reality they are psychopaths) deals with a staged global cyberattack on the supply chains of "participating" nations. Think the world's food supply. Whenever this cyberattack on the supply chain simulation is enacted into the real world (as the Pandemic simulation Event 201 was, only 74 days after the staged event) it will of course impact the entire globe since we are all interconnected/globalized already. Today I play the role of Captain Obvious. The shortages will of course be artificially induced just like we saw with covid. In reality they ARE trying to hurt you. Trying to strike fear into you. They possess so much control over humanity that they can stab you in the face with their own hand and tell you that its something else happening entirely.
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I was trying to tell you that rich or poor is a state of mind. Only when the superficial commodities of modernity are cast aside, will you find out.
Which is poor and which is rich?
Climbing on the kitchen counters as a 4 year old with your big sister looking for food but only finding a few cinnamon sticks. Putting them in water and having a tea party. Rich.
Finding out when you got older that cinnamon naturally suppresses hunger and laughing about it with your sister for the rest of your lives. Also, Rich.
***This year, Cyber Polygon 2021 will simulate a fictional cyber attack with participants from dozens of countries responding to “a targeted supply chain attack on a corporate ecosystem in real time.”
What’s more, “A cyber attack with COVID-like characteristics would spread faster and farther than any biological virus. Its reproductive rate would be around 10 times greater than what we’ve experienced with the coronavirus.”
Here, we take a look at three trends emerging from Cyber Polygon 2020 to uncover what moves the public and private sectors may make in anticipation of a digital pandemic.
But first, where did the notion of a cyber pandemic come from?
An Anticipated Cyber Pandemic
In his welcoming remarks at Cyber Polygon 2020, WEF Founder Klaus Schwab warned about a coming “cyber pandemic” that would be worse than the current global crisis.
“We all know, but still pay insufficient attention to, the frightening scenario of a comprehensive cyber attack, which would bring a complete halt to the power supply, transportation, hospital services, our society as a whole,” he said. “The COVID-19 crisis would be seen in this respect as a small disturbance in comparison to a major cyber attack.”
Schwab added, “It is important to use the COVID-19 crisis as a timely opportunity to reflect on the lessons of cybersecurity community to draw and improve our unpreparedness for a potential cyber pandemic.”
As the digital world encroaches on our physical and biological worlds, an effective cyber attack could compromise anything connected to the internet, including:
Medical devices that keep people alive
The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem of connected devices that run smart homes (i.e. cameras, microphones, sensors, etc.)
The Internet of Bodies (IoB) ecosystem of digitally-connected humans
Global financial systems
Water treatment facilities
Government IT systems
Military and defense infrastructure
Currently, “The only way to stop the exponential propagation of a COVID-like cyber attack threat,” according to the WEF, “is to fully disconnect the millions of vulnerable devices from one another and from the internet.”
But, “A single day without the internet would cost our economies more than $50 billion, and that’s before considering economic and societal damages should these devices be linked to essential services, such as transports or healthcare.”***