The following article, Globalists of World Economic Forum to ‘Simulate’ World Disrupting Cyber Attack with ‘Cyber Polygon’ Event, was first published on Big League Politics.
The annual training exercise is garnering extra interest on the heels of WEF’s ominous 2019 ‘Event 201’ which simulated a pandemic that presaged the actual COVID-19 pandemic mere months later.
On July 9, business, government, and supranational organization leaders will team up for an event called Cyber Polygon, to simulate and respond to a damaging cyber threat, “a targeted supply chain attack on a corporate ecosystem in real time.”
The training exercise will build upon ‘Concept 21,’ the WEF’s branding of global digitalization trends by which they sense an opportunity for more power to try to shape humanity to their liking.
“As the global digitalisation is further accelerating, the world is becoming ever more interconnected. Digital ecosystems are being created all around us: countries, corporations and individuals are taking advantage of the rapid spread of the Internet and smart devices. In this context, a single vulnerable link is enough to bring down the entire system, just like the domino effect.
A secure approach to digital development today will determine the future of humanity for decades to come.
Cyber Polygon 2021 will enable the spectators and participants to improve on their cyber literacy, enhance the resilience of their organisations and learn to repel cyberthreats on all levels. […]”
The global elites that comprise the WEF are among the most progressive and audacious when it comes to pushing for ‘change’ through international governance and corporatism campaigns. It is the kind of change we’ve become all too familiar with since the advent of SARS-CoV2 pandemic policies and the Woke Cultural Revolution, two thrusts embraced enthusiastically by WEF Founder and Executive Chairman Professor Klaus Schwab, along with the Green Movement and ESG standards.
Schwab has been at the forefront of leveraging COVID chaos (and helping foment racial chaos) to push a Great Reset of the international governance regime in an apparent scheme toward one woke world government ruled by statists, crony corporations, and a cabal of central bankers.
Which is why ‘Event 201’ became such a lightening rod for suspicion. In 2019, the world’s elites seemingly organized and simulated a worldwide pandemic to game-plan lockdowns and permanent freedom restrictions under an emergency umbrella that softened resistance and even gathered collective support for progressive authoritarianism.
And then a few months later, it happened. The only difference being the WEF simulation imagined a far more lethal virus (65 million dead); which may provide some background on why the world has consistently treated the Wuhan virus as more dangerous than it truly is.
So, in that context, what could Cyber Polygon portend, if anything? Let’s take a look at the globalists’ dreamed up scenario:
“Recent years have seen a surge in the number of attacks targeting supply chains. Given the global trend towards the development of ecosystems across the business community, the vulnerability of supply chains has become a growing concern. With that in mind, the central theme of the training this year will be ecosystem security and mitigation of supply chain attacks.
Since the training proved effective last year, we have retained the existing format, with just a few changes to accommodate the wishes of the teams. The exercise will include two scenarios — Defence and Response.
Training organisers from BI.ZONE,
simulate the attack.
Participating teams, protect their segments of the training infrastructure.
Notice that they boast of the training from last year proving effective.
If there is any merit to the notion that such threat planning is self-fulfilling for any number of sinister reasons, the world just might be dealing with a cyber attack on supply chains. And the last year has taught us the only solution offered, the only one acceptable, will doubtless be more global government and corporate authority over our digital lives.
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Author: J.H. Akston
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