Is 2021’s Fictional Cyberattack Simulation Prepping Us For a Cyber Pandemic?

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by Robert Wheeler

Many readers are aware of a simulation conducted by the World Economic Forum called Event 201 that preceded the COVID pandemic. Event 201 eerily described and seemed to predict the pandemic. (There was also a pandemic simulation called Clade X that preceded Covid.)

What some readers may not know, however, is that the World Economic Forum conducted a similar simulation, Cyber Polygon 2020. This 2020 event also predicted a global catastrophe.

A new cyberattack simulation, Cyber Polygon, will occur in July 2021.

The WEF, Russia’s Sberbank, and its cybersecurity subsidiary BIZONE announced in February that a new cyberattack simulation would occur July 9, 2021. The event will simulate a supply-chain cyberattack similar to the SolarWinds attack that would “assess the cyber resilience” of the exercise participants. 

From the Article written by Whitney Webb and Johnny Vedmore, From Event 201 To Cyber Polygon: The WEF’s Simulation Of A Coming Cyber Pandemic” :

The exercise comes several months after the WEF, the “international organization for public-private cooperation” that counts the world’s richest elite among its members, formally announced its movement for a Great Reset, which would involve the coordinated transition to a Fourth Industrial Revolution global economy in which human workers become increasingly irrelevant. This revolution, including its biggest proponent, WEF founder Klaus Schwab, has previously presented a major problem for WEF members and member organizations in terms of what will happen to the masses of people left unemployed by the increasing automation and digitalization in the workplace.

New economic systems that are digitally based and either partnered with or run by central banks are a key part of the WEF’s Great Reset, and such systems would be part of the answer to controlling the masses of the recently unemployed. As others have noted, these digital monopolies, not just financial services, would allow those who control them to “turn off” a person’s money and access to services if that individual does not comply with certain laws, mandates and regulations.

How do the event coordinators describe Cyber Polygon 2021?

The newly updated event website, Cyber Polygon 2021, ominously warns as the world is more interconnected and global digitalization accelerates “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.”

From the World Economic Forum site:

What is Cyber Polygon?

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.

Cyber Polygon in 2021

This year discussions during the live-streamed conference will centre on secure development of ecosystems. With global digitalisation further accelerating and people, companies, and countries becoming ever more interconnected, security of every single element of a supply-chain is key to ensuring the sustainability of the whole system.

During the technical exercise, participants will hone their practical skills in mitigating a targeted supply chain attack on a corporate ecosystem in real time.

Crises seem to conveniently arise when the people in power want change.

All this ties right into Universal Basic Income. The very popular UBI, introduced with even more vigor after the COVID 19 pandemic, has popularized consistent “stimulus payments” to survive the crisis. The idea of the UBI has been thrown around as a solution to poverty for some time, with bloggers like Daisy Luther comparing it to modern-day feudalism. With the building blocks of the technological control grid already in place, adding a UBI forms a relatively strong foundation. 

The WEF has settled on the model of “stakeholder capitalism.” In name and theory, it appears to be an inclusive type of capitalism. However, it would essentially merge the public and private sectors, which would, as Webb and Vedmore write, create “a system much more like Mussolini’s corporatist style of fascism than anything else.” To get to that point, however, the current system must collapse. Its replacement society will be successfully marketed to the general population as being better than its predecessor.

“When the world’s most powerful people, such as members of the WEF,” write Webb and Vedmore, “desire to make radical changes, crises conveniently emerge—whether a war, a plague, or economic collapse—that enable a “reset” of the system, which is frequently accompanied by a massive upward transfer of wealth.”

Is there a possible warming of international relations with Russia?

What’s also notable about the upcoming simulation is Russia’s inclusion as a leader of such an important global event.

If there is a real cyberattack that disables and disrupts a large portion of the global financial system, who will be blamed? Is the overused Russian hacker narrative coming to an end?

The answer to that question might be the final nail in the coffin of anything resembling a free society.

How do we prepare for a real cyberattack?

Many of you would probably rather not wait for a fictional simulation to tell you how to prepare for this. Here’s what you need to know about them and how to prepare for a cyber attack. Cyber attacks are a growing risk, experts say, with some even suggesting that cyber warfare will be the battleground of the future.

It’s interesting how simulations, trial runs, and mock attacks often seem to precede actual events. Do you think there’s a likelihood of a major cyber attack in our future? What preparations will you make for such an event? Let’s talk about it in the comments.

About Robert

Robert Wheeler has been quietly researching world events for two decades. After witnessing the global network of NGOs and several ‘Revolutions’ they engineered in a number of different countries, Wheeler began analyzing current events through these lenses.

Robert Wheeler

Robert Wheeler

Robert Wheeler has been quietly researching world events for two decades. After witnessing the global network of NGOs and several 'Revolutions' they engineered in a number of different countries, Wheeler began analyzing current events through these lenses.

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  1. WOW, thanks for the heads up. Yes, the conferences and simulations do seem to foreshadow actual events SOMETIMES. But I’ll run my own counter simulation by checking out my preps.

  2. A couple of things about Russia. The West ruined much chance of any constructive mutually beneficial relationship with Russia. Case in point is moving NATO into the formally Soviet satellite countries after promising not to do so. Poland, for instance, is now a NATO member and US/NATO anti-missile sites have been established much closer to Russia. Now they want to do the same in the Ukraine. Heavy-handed financial punishments levied against Russia has driven Russia to partner with Asia, specifically China, who now are ready to conduct trade and other activities using each countries currency and not US Dollars. Thats a big fat thumb in Uncle Sam’s eye, and they deserve it for all the bullying they have been able to get away with for decades. The reality is that the US doesn’t “wag the dog” any longer. It is now a multi-polar world, not a “rules based” one run by the US. Everyone knows it but the neocon idiots in Washington.
    The national debt held by Russia is minuscule compared to anyone in the West. Russia can just trade with it’s Asian partners and not miss the West at all. Russia has developed its own internet that is self-contained and that could survive easily alone. Russian also is able to provide fallout shelters for most of its population… not basements… real fallout shelters stocked with food, water, medical supplies, and other equipment. What do we in America have? In addition, our country is being systematically dismantled by a rogue illegitimate regime. If we had done what should have been done much earlier we wouldn’t need to be so concerned about preps. Just my thoughts, your mileage may vary.

  3. According to Ted Koppel in his book, Lights Out, it is already suspected Russian and China are likely already hacked into our electrical grid (he cites cyber-security experts and IIRC a former NSA cyber expert).
    Is it possible of a cyber-attack on the grid? I think so.
    Would they do it? Who knows.
    Could we prove it? Who knows. Would it really matter if the grid was down for a week or longer (look at the Arctic blast to the deep South and Texas)?

    In prepping, get self-resilient, self-sufficient as possible. Network now with your neighbors, get to know the locals.
    Look into skills, how to make things or repair things. How to grow things.

    1. “China are likely already hacked into our electrical grid”

      not just remotely, physically. they’re the ones constructing all the new and replacement equipment.

      russia is not a factor here. the tribal cabal in control of our government simply hates russians and is positioning the u.s. to attack them.

  4. Christian at the ice age farmer has posted video clips of people speaking at the world economic forum. The way they speak of a cyber attack on the power grid as a certainty. I believe the talk of the the attack as certain because the attack is already planned and they know it. The video clips I have heard say the cyber attack on the grid will make the Covid-19 pandemic look small in terms of the damage the cyber attack will bring upon us. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSuCuoQxI20

    1. the trouble is our people aren’t ready to survive hard times. Look at how hard Texas took it. Families weren’t prepared.

  5. For quite a while now I’ve been keeping cash and only putting in the bank what is needed for bills etc.
    The world is entirely too unstable to take chances.
    I went through the banking collapse of Oklahoma in the 80s.
    Understand this: You Will Only Have What You Have Onhand When Anything Happens

    Don’t count going to get anything

    1. Right.
      I recall when the CC companies had a server issue and they could not process payments.
      A friend of ours was at a local gas station, getting beer. By chance he had a $20 in his wallet. He was at the end of the line, half a dozen people in front of him when the cashier called out that the CC machines were down, but she could take anyone with cash.
      He was the only one who did, moved to the front of the line, paid and left.

      We make a point of keeping cash on hand.
      In a grid down, prolonged outage, how long would cash be worth anything is anyones guess.
      Or how long would it be, before people resorted to shooting to get what they need?

      1. “ Or how long would it be, before people resorted to shooting to get what they need?”
        That time has substantially shortened over the past few years. There was just a shooting at a fast food place where they fired into the drive thru window because they took too long

        1. Yeah, I saw that one.
          Now, imagine when all the food in the fridge has spoiled, the electric stove/microwave are offline, and all the food in the grocery stores have been either ransacked or has gone bad.

          Prep accordingly.

          1. Indeed, and unless the folks around you are preparing too, I suggest developing a reputation for producing searingly hot or otherwise unpalatable cuisine, ensuring that your pantry is the last one they’ll target.

            1. Patricia,
              That is funny!
              Most everyone around here is a decent or good cook. We are too far out for a “Hey, lets grab (whaterever)!” Especially in the winter.

    2. I believe that They are about to make cash illegal, cash will have no value. Maby even be illegal. They are designing a us dollar crypto called USDC to replace it with. They are intentionaly killing the dollar. Big tech has partnered with them so that ALL of our purchases can be tracked. Even private person to person transactions.
      Crypto is a safer bet for long term storage of wealth. But will not be available in a pinch. It’s for when the dust settles.
      Also things that can be bartered are a good plan. But Bartering also opens you up, to risk. Good luck.

        1. more to the point, when it becomes difficult or impossible to purchase anything, then cash and crypto and gold/silver all become meaningless.

          1. “…difficult or impossible to purchase anything…”

            Difficult, yes. Impossible, no. There will always be a way to buy and sell. It’s called “trade” and might include cash, crypto, gold/silver, barter, and who knows what other ingenious ideas humans will come up with when they need to. As the saying goes, “Necessity is the mother of invention.”

            Gold and silver have been used as money for over 5000 years. There is no reason to believe that this will stop just become a computer system, which has been in existence for 50 years, is hacked and/or destroyed. They will always hold value to some degree, regardless of the situation, and will be traded.

            Crypto? If the electric/electronic system goes down, crypto becomes worthless.

            Cash? A claim on an increasingly worthless promise.

            1. “Gold and silver have been used as money for over 5000 years. There is no reason to believe that this will stop just become a computer system, which has been in existence for 50 years, is hacked and/or destroyed.”

              history has nothing to do with it, and it won’t be because the computer system is destroyed, it will be because the entire global trade network will become non-functional, and .99 of everything you see around you will no longer be available at any price. anyone who has anything left – gas, food, ammo – is not going to sell it to anyone for any amount of g/s. no, a single bullet is much more likely to get you what you want.

    3. You have been keeping cash instead of depositing it? In the event of a collapse “Fiat Cash” will be worthless. you need to have items of intrinsic value to exchange for things. Like a large quantity of small size gold & silver.

  6. Thank goodness for you Daisy, I have been a follower for quite sometime now. I have paid attention to the news and information you discuss in your articles. We were very prepared for the pandemic, paid attention to the reports coming out real early. We have been fortunate. I have been wondering to myself ‘what could be the next big thing?’ and I have been leaning towards a cyber attack, got our Faraday cage ready, looking after our preps, always adding, buy non electric appliances if you can to replace your electric ones. We’re going to buy a non electric washing machine, small but better than hand washing!!! Thanks again for all your info..

  7. I recently purchased crypto that is being designed to protect our crypto systems from Quantum computers. It sounds like the technology has been achieved by several countries. Including China. EVERYTHING will be vulnerable. I believe that the entire system can be exploited by such technology.

    1. I do not disagree with your previous post about those who would destroy the dollar to institute a government backed crypto-currency.
      However, that is totally dependent on the technology and the means of electronic transportation infrastructure. Take away that, and that power ceases to exist.
      If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?
      If you flip the switch to OFF, then does the .crypto-currency exist? Especially if the power does not come back in any appreciable time frame (months/years/decades)?

      “He who can destroy a thing, controls a thing.”

  8. Make sure you have enough cash on hand.
    $20s are the ATM curse.
    Good idea to have $1 dollars bills also.

    1. Cash may be good for a day or two following an electrical grid shutdown and a banking system “holiday”. The supplys you have on hand, and your ability to make and fix things will be priceless.

  9. I think it would be wise to pay heed to this and not be taken by surprise.
    This Schwab guy is fast getting to the top of the 10 most evil humanoids!

    1. Selco says cash will be king for the first several days, then gold and silver and then only food and other necessities. The Health Ranger has pointed out that SALT could become very short. That is super-cheap now, and salt keeps forever.

      “Hoarding” begins when everyone needs a thing. Stashing the stuff now hurts nobody and prepares your whole neighborhood a little bit.

      1. “SALT could become very short”

        salt is quite common – in certain locations. you have it because it’s transported in from those locations.

        that’s true for just about everything you have. shoes, tires, firearms, power … all of it. look around in your local area and take stock of what is not transported in but rather is produced right there – won’t be much.

  10. The simulations are worthy of our attention.

    I was surprised to see our area 10 PM news a couple of days ago. They had an report about food shortages and food inflation. Something the government here has been ignoring.

    I’ve always gardened some. This year I’m enlarging my garden to almost the size I had when I had a house full to feed. Kids are grown and gone. I’ll be canning a lot of it. My fibromyalgia is much better when I’m eating home raised fresh foods. I’m adding berries that will be producing by summer or fall. Tree fruits don’t produce well here. Too cold and cool nights with often 40+° day to night fluctuations. I’m also planting a lot of wild plants in areas I don’t usually garden. I’m hoping that once established they will naturalize. It will take a of water this first year.

    I have found a large metal clad wood lined trunk and a metal box. Making use of both for storing radios, walkie talkies, batteries etc. The homemade bench by the front door has our BOB’S, camping and fishing equipment. It’s handy if needed in a hurry. Even a small tent in there.

    Most neighbors here garden, raise food critters of some sort, and some can or dehydrate food. I’m starting extras of many plants so I can fill the garden but any leftovers will set out by the road on a free table. Giveaways will go in saved, used, plastic cups. I’ll keep my flats and seed starting sixpacks.

    Most neighbors also hunt. Some are hardworking folks and some deal drugs to make a living but they even garden. Old families here have been here for centuries. It takes decades to become a real part of the community. I’ve been here 44 years. I arrived when today’s grandparents were teens. So I pretty well fit and am accepted but still not a part of the older families. My kids grew up here. I’m a great grandma now. I still like it here. I hated it when I lived in the states biggest city for work. That would be even worse today.

    If things go really badly sideways, two sons and their wives who live in the city may move back here. A daughter and her husband on the east coast might even try to come back here. If so, the big garden will definitely be needed. I’ll dry a lot of the produce in a homemade solar dehydrator. That takes up much less space than canning. And gallon jars of dry produce can store in an unheated shed. Things in jars or cans would get too cold or too hot to be safe out there. For one year at a time dry food is ok. Any thing left at the next harvest becomes compost or mulch or I’ll see if a friend wants that food while I add to new stock.

  11. I feel that to serve as a pretext for the Great Reset, an engineered cyberattack (blamed on Putin, or North Korea, or “hackers”?) would focus on systemically-important systems like banking or power.

    Life would be tough with no power.

    The Poweroak/Bluetti AC50 is a mid-range lithium-ion generator, rechargeable with solar panels. It can power a range of low wattage kit. Laptops, phones, lighting, fans, pumps, even kettles and cooking equipment.

    There are many other similar generators, and more powerful versions too.

    No stored fuel needed. No pollution. Silent running.

  12. Yes, a cyber attack on a large scale would come as no surprise since Uranus is in Taurus and Pluto fast approaching the same natal chart degree of the USA in 1776 and if the time is correct its in the Second House, the house of money. But due to the unpredictable and volatile nature of Uranus it is fair to say that any disruption will be unexpected, yet most likely in finance. There’s an Ethereum code change due in July which may well be laying the foundations for a world wide digital monetary system. However, when Pluto reaches the 27th Degree of Capricorn, Mars, acting as a transitory trigger, conjuncts Uranus again in Taurus in February 2022 will likely be a time of Earth wide financial change. And finally, if you haven’t started your organic vegetable prepping yet. its an ace time to do it now as its the Year of the Buffalo and the Buffalo is renowned for being obsessed with gardening – because you need to be doing something along those lines as there’s also a big astrological Earth Sign trine set up, for the likelihood of a 3rd World War when the Sun enters Virgo in 2022. It will all depend upon what the Rothschilds have in store for us

    1. “It will all depend upon what the Rothschilds have in store for us”

      the rothschilds’ certainly have more influence on events than does uranus ….

  13. “might be the final nail in the coffin of anything resembling a free society”

    actually it would be a step towards freedom – most of the tribal cabal’s control is exercised electronically.

  14. There’s a wildcard that may mess up the elites’ plans, namely World War III. China is going hungry NOW. Russia is massing tanks and military units just to the east of Ukraine NOW. Western Europe has unilaterally disarmed, especially Germany. We too have disarmed, though not as badly. Europe is starting to realize the danger in which they find themselves, but the response appears to be too little too late. It takes time to tool up to provide something as simple as providing rifles to an infantry unit—do they have enough time to do even that? What about tanks, planes and ships? The time to strike is before Europe prepares itself.

    Putin and the CCP are no friends of the elites, they are willing to start a war now. That war will include nukes in some of our major cities. Our nukes are over-age, may never get off the ground. Putin and his people don’t believe in MAD.

    Most of the preps that we do will also prep for this scenario—loss of electricity, gas, money, communications, be prepared to grow, produce or trade for food and water, many of the things we are already doing. Yes, it will be a much lower standard of living. I think a lot more electronics will survive than what we give them credit for, but except for those who produce their own electricity, we won’t be able to use them.

    Basically, if you’re prepared to live the lifestyle of the 1870s, and your place is spared the ravages of war, you have a good chance of surviving.

    The elites, on the other hand, who depend on modern technology, …………

    1. “live the lifestyle of the 1870s”

      more like the 870’s.

      “Our nukes are over-age, may never get off the ground”

      oh, they work. trust me.

    2. Russia is not against ”elites” , they r the other side of the NWO, the beast will let Russia build their eurasian empire

  15. These guys love to hide their dirty work behind a training exercise, just like 9/11. “Hello, local bank? I’d lie to transfer the balance of my account to palladium metal, on or before July 8th.”

  16. The world economic forum has ties with a russian state bank in this simulation of cyber attack and people still think that Putin is a good guy against the ” western nwo ”, wow that’s incredible.

    We deserve our slavery….

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