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Will The Next Globalist War Game Lead To Another Convenient Catastrophe?

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Cyber Polygon: Will The Next Globalist War Game
Lead To Another Convenient Catastrophe?

Brandon Smith

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Back in April I published an article titled ‘Globalists Will Need Another Crisis In America As Their Reset Agenda Fails’. In it I noted an odd trend which many of us in the liberty media have become aware of over the years – Almost every major man-made catastrophe in the US and in many other parts of the world in the past couple decades has been preceded by a government or globalist “exercise”. These exercises and war games tend to mimic the exact disaster that would eventually strike the public only days or weeks later. Sometimes the mock disaster exercises and the real events happen at the same time.

The covid pandemic was no exception. It’s quite miraculous…

I have specifically outlined the bizarre “coincidence” of the World Economic Forum’s Event 201 exercise, a war game co-funded by Bill Gates and Johns Hopkins and launched in October of 2019. Event 201 simulated a global novel zoonotic coronavirus pandemic (supposedly spread from bats to people) that “required” a global lockdown response. Only two months later the real thing actually happened. Almost every aspect of the Covid event has played out exactly as was practiced during the WEF war game.

One very disturbing element of the covid response has been the coordinated suppression campaign by Big Tech platforms from YouTube to Facebook and Twitter. This campaign has sought to undermine or destroy any facts, data and opinions which run contrary to the government narrative on covid, even if the official narrative on covid ends up being completely wrong. The strategy was described in detail during Event 201 and it was executed with extreme efficiency among supposedly disconnected companies and governments around the world. It’s almost as if they KNEW a coronavirus pandemic was about to happen, and they were already staged to control the public reaction well in advance.

And let’s be clear because I do not want to seem ambiguous; the World Economic Forum and their globalist partners have been the prime beneficiaries during the pandemic. As WEF head Klaus Schwab has excitedly noted over and over again, the pandemic is a perfect “opportunity” for globalists to fast track what they call the “Great Reset” agenda – A plan to completely dismantle the current political and economic framework of the world and rebuild it into a highly centralized socialist civilization in which they are in complete control and personal freedom is a faded memory.

This is why recent revelations of Covid’s probable lab origins are not at all surprising. Just mentioning this idea a year ago in social media was enough to get you banned. And, if you want to know where to find the truth, always look first to the subjects you are not allowed to discuss. As I stated in my article ‘How Viral Pandemic Benefits The Globalist Agenda’, published in January of 2020 at the very beginning of the outbreak:

“I have a hard time ignoring the strange “coincidence” of the high level biohazard labs in Wuhan in favor of the idea that the virus was launched by chance due to the odd diets of central Chinese people. Given the evidence it appears that the coronavirus was gestated in a lab, not in someone’s bat and snake soup. In 2017, scientists outside of China warned that these labs were not secure and that a virus might escape one of the facilities…..I would use the term “escape” loosely, as there is a possibility that this event was created intentionally…”

Elites like Dr. Anthony Fauci (a close associate of Bill Gates and Bill Gates SR.) directly funded studies at the Wuhan Labthrough the NIAID since 2015, and specifically funded the study of the infectious transfer of coronaviruses from bats to other mammals including humans. And yes, the NIAID was in fact involved in “gain of function” experiments using SARS and coronavirus variants at this time, despite Anthony Fauci claiming otherwise. The National Institute Of Health’s own website confirms this.

All of these facts support the argument that covid is a lab created bioweapon, and in my view according to the evidence so far it was released deliberately in close alliance with the Chinese government. Fauci even somehow “predicted” in 2017 that Donald Trump would face a “surprise infectious disease outbreak” during his presidency, stating that “We will definitely get surprised in the next few years…”

The scheme has certainly worked to an extent. In large portions of Europe, Asia and Australia the WEF is getting what it always wanted.

That said, some things did not go as planned. For example, Event 201 predicted an initial 65 million people dead within the first year of the pandemic; this did not happen, and it was not because governments saved any lives. In fact, government lockdowns and restrictions did nothing to stave off the spread of covid and independent studies have proven mask mandates to be completely ineffective in stopping the virus. The reason for the comparatively small body count is the fact that Covid’s death rate is only 0.26% among otherwise healthy people. The only place where covid is a true threat is in nursing homes among elderly people with preexisting conditions.

Because of the miscalculations of the elites, the reset agenda appears to be failing in some parts of the world. In the US, resistance to the lockdowns as well as the experimental vaccines has grown exponentially to the point that dozens of states are now passing laws which prohibit enforcement of covid restrictions and “medical passports”.

The alternative media has also proven resilient against censorship and information suppression, and we have been proven to be right time and time again. We were the first people to warn that the death rate of covid was being exaggerated (the WHO and other establishment institutions predicted a death rate of at least 3%, FAR above the reality). We were the first people to warn that the lockdowns and mask rules did nothing to stop the spread (states that removed restrictions ended up with FALLING infections and deaths). And, we were the first people to warn that the virus was behaving more like a bioweapon, and that its origin was more likely the Level 4 lab in Wuhan, China, right down the street from the animal market that the Chinese government originally claimed was the source of the outbreak.

We were also the first people to warn that the pandemic would be used as a rationale for the enforcement of vaccine passports, which would create a two tier society designed to force people who do not want to take the mRNA vaccines into compliance. We have been proven right once again as the state of Oregon has become the first in the US to demand proof of vaccination (a passport) before residents are able to enter any businesses or establishments.

We have consistently been called “conspiracy theorists” throughout this event by government bureaucrats and the media. But, we were were right about almost everything, and the mainstream media has been wrong about almost everything. Either that, or they have been knowingly lying about almost everything.

This dynamic is important to understand because I believe the situation is far from over and that more crisis events are about to be engineered (or they will magically happen by coincidence).

My biggest concern right now is the upcoming ‘Cyberpolygon’ exercise being headed by the WEF this July. The war game is meant to “simulate” a cyberattack on vital infrastructure that would lead to a shutdown of the global supply chain, or at least the supply chains within certain nations. As I warned in April, the timing of Cyberpolygon is suspicious. As the covid lockdown agenda is breaking down in the US and the vaccine passports are not winning favor among a large percentage of Americans, the globalists will need another crisis even if they hope to achieve their goals for their Great Reset.

Only weeks after I published my initial concerns about Cyberpolygon, a massive cyberattack was reported which struck the 5,500 mile Colonial Pipeline. The pipeline supplies gasoline to most of the eastern seaboard and after a week of being shut down numerous states were reporting gas shortages. The story has since quietly faded from mainstream news cycles.

In the past few days, yet another major cyberattack has been reported against JBS, a meat company that supplies around 23% of all US beef and pork. Production at JBS has shut down, and now there is the possibility of meat shortages across the country if the problems are not solved soon.

Again, is it just coincidence that these large scale cyberattacks are happening with greater frequency in the lead-up to a WEF’s Cyberpolygon simulation? Or, is Cyberpolygon another Event 201? Is it a beta test for a disaster that is planned for the near future? The WEF is openly comparing future cyber attacks to covid outbreaks, so I’m inclined to suspect the latter:


The supply chain issue has come to the forefront in the wake of the pandemic as retailers have had to deal with intermittent shortages, and manufacturers are facing a lack of components. Not only that, but inflationary troubles are also weighing on supplies. That said, a cyberattack is another animal entirely; whether or not the event is real or staged, the supply chain is fragile because of global interdependency. In the US, there are many necessities that rely on foreign manufacturers or the “just in time” freight system. Preparedness and long term storage are not a part of the vocabulary of the common US business.

I don’t really know if the supply chain could be shut down completely using a cyberattack, but in combination with inflation and draconian pandemic restrictions, it is possible to disrupt the flow of goods for weeks at a time. It is also impossible to predict how many people are prepared for such a calamity. My hope is that more than 30% of Americans have at least begun the path to prepping, but undoubtedly a majority of the country has not. All it would take is a couple weeks of shortages or a grid down scenario and most people would be facing starvation, among other things.

If Event 201 is any indication, then we should remain vigilant and watch carefully for another major cyberattack affecting the supply chain within two months of the WEF’s Cyberpolygon exercise in July.

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think about a internet attack,

how many companies have almost everything they have on the 'cloud'

multi billion dollar companies holding the data of companies/govs/law enforcement, etc

and sure, cryptos, but that also includes trillions of fiat currencies worldwide, bonds, transactions, and all the rest of it,

so it does beg the question, what if, and has anyone prepared a 'plan b'?
 

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It's obvious now, this is a criminal cabal of insaniacs.

Whatever city hosts them should be NUKED while they're there.

I'm convinced nothing less will save us from repeated such "events."
 

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think about a internet attack,

how many companies have almost everything they have on the 'cloud'

multi billion dollar companies holding the data of companies/govs/law enforcement, etc

and sure, cryptos, but that also includes trillions of fiat currencies worldwide, bonds, transactions, and all the rest of it,

so it does beg the question, what if, and has anyone prepared a 'plan b'?

Those that know have a plan C and plan D.
 

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so it does beg the question, what if, and has anyone prepared a 'plan b'?
Scorp, if I understand you correctly, then I say.
One of the biggest reasons that lead us to rebuilding on the burned site is SURVIVAL.
We have abundant, clean water, fish, wild life & soon, edible vegetation. Not to mention we are starting to accumulate food for storage & all the other necessities. We also have several years of firewood, for heat & cooking, AND we are 22 miles from any town (crime centers) !!! Most of our neighbors are rebuilding too, we will have each others backsides ! Also, with our water & great soil, we will again be growing our own spices, fruits & veggies. Now, if we can just gett'r all done before TSHTF ! :2 thumbs up: :finished:
 

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think about a internet attack,

how many companies have almost everything they have on the 'cloud'

multi billion dollar companies holding the data of companies/govs/law enforcement, etc

and sure, cryptos, but that also includes trillions of fiat currencies worldwide, bonds, transactions, and all the rest of it,

so it does beg the question, what if, and has anyone prepared a 'plan b'?

Not just companies. State, County, and ci ty governments. So much info stored on the "cloud" without local back- ups.
 

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Not just companies. State, County, and ci ty governments. So much info stored on the "cloud" without local back- ups.


Cloud, what is this "cloud" that you speak of ? :don't    know2::finished:
 

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I blame the Japanese :D
Yeah, that JIT inventory concept did come from them.

In their own domestic (Japanese) factories. In a strictly-ordered, disciplined society; and that inventory came FROM Japan.

WE...live in a world where supply lines are more tenuous, and all our crap comes from CHINA. Erratic shipments and shoddy goods. And a deep abiding hatred for their primary trading partner and sponsor.

The Japanese would have seen the difference in those two scenarios. But, of course, not our Woke-Snowflake koledge grajewaits.

So...what you're seeing is a failure in management - and born of having promoted people FAR beyond their competence.
 

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Online hosted data storage through the likes of Amazon, etc.
Will, I should have added - sarc. I trust a cloud, like I trust digital $$$$$. :Grrr::Grrr::Grrr:
 

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Yeah, that JIT inventory concept did come from them.

In their own domestic (Japanese) factories. In a strictly-ordered, disciplined society; and that inventory came FROM Japan.

WE...live in a world where supply lines are more tenuous, and all our crap comes from CHINA. Erratic shipments and shoddy goods. And a deep abiding hatred for their primary trading partner and sponsor.

The Japanese would have seen the difference in those two scenarios. But, of course, not our Woke-Snowflake koledge grajewaits.

So...what you're seeing is a failure in management - and born of having promoted people FAR beyond their competence.

I said it in a jovial manner, but you've nailed the distinction between what the Japanese came up with and use on a regular basis to the outsourced rubbish the US uses. When cars were made in this country (that's a story for another day), 95% of the suppliers built premises on the factory grounds to manufacture the Ford/Holden/Toyota specific parts with other common suppliers still being within the Melbourne metro area.

I think it's worse than a failure in management, I see it as purposeful malevolence.
 

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I see it as purposeful malevolence.

absolutely,

it is predetermined, and a part of the culture now

and make no mistake, it is about fiat and quarterly reports,

have just enough quality to get by, last just long enough to get past the warranty period, and call it good,
without worry for others as they are all playing the game this way now

which of course is one of he primary reasons behind consolidation, control of the marketplace and to insure that someone with ideas of quality and longevity and honor are eradicated

when the japanese first came over, their stuff was junk, but one thing they did have is longevity. They were nothing but mountain dew cans with wheels and a engine. Those toyotas would run and run and run, long after you were sitting on the pavement from the rust. Alas though, over time it has been completely transformed to 'just enough'
 

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when the japanese first came over, their stuff was junk, but one thing they did have is longevity. They were nothing but mountain dew cans with wheels and a engine. Those toyotas would run and run and run, long after you were sitting on the pavement from the rust. Alas though, over time it has been completely transformed to 'just enough'

A client has three maybe four 30 year old Toyota Hilux trucks as "paddock bombs" and they just keep going and going; not a lick of maintenance or servicing for the last 10 years at least.
 

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absolutely,

it is predetermined, and a part of the culture now

and make no mistake, it is about fiat and quarterly reports,

have just enough quality to get by, last just long enough to get past the warranty period, and call it good,
without worry for others as they are all playing the game this way now

which of course is one of he primary reasons behind consolidation, control of the marketplace and to insure that someone with ideas of quality and longevity and honor are eradicated

when the japanese first came over, their stuff was junk, but one thing they did have is longevity. They were nothing but mountain dew cans with wheels and a engine. Those toyotas would run and run and run, long after you were sitting on the pavement from the rust. Alas though, over time it has been completely transformed to 'just enough'
Ah, Japan vs. China. I lived through that. Allen Sherman's song, "The Twelve Gifts of Christmas"...he substituted "And a Japanese Transistor Radio" for a partridge in a pear tree. Point was, a Japanese radio of the time was cheap, useless, and probably the first thing you'd throw out.

That was circa 1965. By 1970, Sony was impressing everyone with their electronics. And Datsuns were getting reputations for running smoother, better, than emissions-controlled Chevrolets and Fords.

What happened? Japanese commitment to the Free Market, and Continuous Quality Improvement. The Japanese companies, even more than VW or GM, understood that a sale to the customer is not an end, but a beginning. It's a continual relationship, and done right, results in lifelong commitment to repeat purchases.

Japanese cars sucked on the highway - because in Japan at the time, the maximum speed limit EVERYWHERE was 45 mph (whatever that translates to in km/h). But the Japanese engineers took notice, and came out with cars like the Celica and the 240Z, that were the rival of anything made in Europe.

Japanese cars rusted. So, first, Honda and Toyota both bought back large numbers of rusted customers' cars - there was a HUGE buyback of first-generation Civic cars - and then, they attacked the rust problem. The way Detroit very-pointedly would NOT do. Today, Toyota Camrys last 25 or more years...in the North, where they salt the roads.

Again...capitalism and a desire for excellence, and Continuous Quality Improvement, at work.

These are all concepts China rejects. Capitalism, they've been taught from birth, is a ripoff. So they aim to rip those Yanqis, off, with attractive but cheap and shoddy goods. They don't improve product - they hide its source, liquidating their "companies" (Fronts for the CCP or connected individuals) and reform under different names. The products are JUST good enough to honor contracts with marketers (former manufacturers) in Europe or the States.

They never will have the quality that Japan, Korea or Taiwan has in their products, because of the cultural values - a Marxists society trifling in capitalism to raise money for world conquest.