The World Economic Forum is running a widespread cyber attack “exercise” on July 9th. Will this be just like their pandemic “exercise” that took place two months before the covid outbreak?

Tyler S. Farley

The World Economic Forum seems to be at the forefront of just about everything bad that happens in the world lately.

For those unaware, The World Economic Forum held a pandemic training simulation in 2019, just two months before the actual outbreak of covid-19. But what is shocking is that that this simulation mirrored the real outbreak perfectly.

The simulation was labeled as Event 201. During the simulation exercise, an outbreak was modeled based on a zoonotic virus from bats that jumped species and infected humans, causing a worldwide pandemic. But don’t forget, this was two months before the real outbreak and yet it perfectly predicted the entire event.

Event 201 was a partnership between Bill Gates and John Hopkins University under the umbrella of The World Economic Forum.

Below is text directly from the Event 201 page on the World Economic Forum website in 2019.

Geneva, Switzerland, 15 October 2019 – The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will host Event 201: a high-level simulation exercise for pandemic preparedness and response, in New York, USA, on Friday 18 October, 08.45 – 12.30 EDT.

As you can see, it’s almost as if all the players in the real pandemic practiced beforehand in their “simulation” known as Event 201.

But now, we have a new “simulation” coming up being organized by The World Economic Forum. This time, the simulation will be to study a large scale cyber attack on critical infrastructure around the world, causing massive disruptions.

If all of that sounds a little familiar, it’s probably because the media seems to have been preparing you to accept such things for the past two months.

A few weeks ago, a gasoline pipeline was hit with a cyber attack which shut off gas supplies to much of the East coast. Then most recently, JBS Foods, which provides a large portion of the meat to the country was forced to to shut down after a cyber attack. Both of the events had only short-lived consequences, but they seemed to prime the public for such stories in the future.

And that’s where the new exercise by The World Economic Forum called Cyber Polygon 2021 comes into play. Just like Event 201 miraculously predicted the covid pandemic, will Cyber Polygon 2021 portend a huge cyber attack soon after.

Considering the history of The World Economic Forum for setting the global talking points and narrative, it’s reasonable to assume they seem to either believe or know about an upcoming wave of cyber attacks which take down key infrastructure.

Let’s also not forget, The World Economic Forum sent out a message stating how much of a positive thing the covid shutdowns were. In a now deleted Tweet and custom made promotional video to go along with it, they stated that cities around the world were quietly benefiting from the lockdowns because of less congestion and traffic.

So what better way to keep the slowdown going than to cripple key infrastructure?

In summary, we have one globalist group known as The World Economic forum perfectly predicting the covid-19 pandemic. Then that same group Tweeting publicly how great the results of that pandemic were for cities. Now they are predicting a wave of cyber attacks to once again disrupt the global supply chain.

I would say if you want to know what the future holds, keep a close eye on Cyber Polygon. It may just spell out the globalist gameplan for the next year.