On Wednesday, the World Economic Forum (WEF), together with Russia’s Sberbank and its cybersecurity subsidiary BI.ZONE, announced that a new global cyberattack simulation would be conducted next July to instruct participants in the “development of safe ecosystems” by simulating a supply chain cyber attack that would “test cyber resilience” of exercise participants.
On the recently updated event website , the simulation, called Cyber Polygon 2021, ominously warns that, given digitization trends driven largely by the COVID-19 crisis, “a single vulnerable link is enough to bring down everything. the system, as well as the domino effect ”, adding that“ a safe approach to digital development today will determine the future of humanity in the coming decades “.
The Great Reset – Cyber Polygon 2021
The exercise comes several months after the WEF, the “international organization for public-private cooperation” with the world’s richest elite membership, formally announced its movement for a Great Reset. It would involve a coordinated transition towards a global Fourth Industrial Revolution 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 increasing automation and digitization in the workplace.
New economic systems that are digitally based and associated or managed by central banks are a key part of the Great Reset of the WEF, and such systems would be part of the answer to control the masses of the recently unemployed. As others have pointed out, 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 person does not comply with certain laws, mandates, and regulations.
When the most powerful people in the world, such as members of the WEF, want to make radical changes, crises conveniently arise, be it a war, a plague or an economic collapse, which allow a “reboot” of the system, which is often accompanied by a massive upward transfer of wealth.
In recent decades, these events have often been preceded by simulations that get thick and fast before the event they were to “prevent” occurs. Recent examples include the 2020 U.S. elections and COVID-19. One of these, Event 201 , was co-hosted by the World Economic Forum in October 2019 and simulated a new coronavirus pandemic spreading across the globe and causing major disruption to the global economy, just weeks before it appeared. the first case of COVID-19. Cyber Polygon 2021 is simply the latest simulation of its kind, co-sponsored by the World Economic Forum.