The globalists are setting the stage for the Great Reset with an upcoming high-profile simulation targeting cyber attacks against major financial institutions.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) will team up with the Russian government and global banks this July to simulate a major supply-chain “cyberpandemic” that could potentially “bring down the entire system.”
“The key message voiced by experts at WEF and other international platforms is that supply chain security is to become a major cybersecurity issue in 2021,” Sberbank stated. “The ever-expanding digitalization tightens the interconnectivity between people, devices, companies and countries. Thus, the resilience of an entire system depends on the ability of each link within a chain to withstand threats of various grades.”
The website ominously warns that “a single vulnerable link is enough to bring down the entire system, just like the domino effect”, adding that “Cyber Polygon 2021 will enable the spectators and participants to improve on their cyber literacy, enhance the resilience of their organizations and learn to repel cyberthreats on all levels.”
Cyber Polygon 2021 is the annual continuation of last year’s Cyber Polygon 2020 event, which included Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, and participants like WEF founder Klaus Schwab, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, and about 20 other members of the political elite.
120 organizations spread over twenty-nine countries took part in two scenarios, Defense and Response, that were simulated at Cyber Polygon 2020, with as many as five million people allegedly having watched the livestream in over 57 countries, according to Russian cybersecurity group BI.ZONE.
Notably, one of the presenters was Stéphane Duguin, CEO of the CyberPeace Institute, which is funded by Microsoft, Facebook and Mastercard, among others. The institute claims to help customers “increase digital resilience and the capacity to respond to and recover from cyberattacks.”
Schwab in particular is a big proponent of the Great Reset, a globalist-coordinated transition to a Fourth Industrial Revolution global economy in which human workers become increasingly irrelevant as the world economy becomes more automated.
But the Great Reset can only come to be after the current corrupt system has collapsed entirely.
The Cyber Polygon exercise bears remarkable similarity to Event 201, a WEF and Bill Gates-backed exercise that simulated a devastating coronavirus pandemic that disrupted the entire global economy, launched just months before the COVID-19 outbreak — which bore out exactly as the exercise predicted.
And much like Event 201, some are wondering if Cyber Polygon is meant to have a similar predictive quality regarding the downfall of the global economy.
“Some will say that a ‘cyberpandemic’ is an inevitable consequence of the quickly developing hi-tech world in which we live, but it still fair to point out that 2021 is the year that many have been predicting for the financial destruction of big institutions that will lead to new economic systems that align with the Great Reset,” Unlimited Hangout reported.
“The inevitable collapse of the global banking system, resulting from the off-the-charts corruption and fraud that has run rampant for decades, is likely to be conducted through a controlled collapse, one that would allow wealthy bankers and elites, such as those that participated in Cyber Polygon, to avoid responsibility for their economic pillaging and criminal activity.”
Additionally, the Washington establishment, which has been constantly blaming Russia for “hacking” the 2016, didn’t seem to see a problem with letting the Russian government probe the world’s cybersecurity infrastructure for weaknesses.
“The complete absence of the ‘Russian hacker’ narrative at Cyber Polygon as well as Russia’s leadership role at the event suggests either that a geopolitical shift has taken place or that the Russian hacker narrative commonly deployed by intelligence agencies in the US and Europe is mainly meant for the general public and not for the elite figures and policymakers in attendance at Cyber Polygon,” Unlimited Hangout reported.
It’s no coincidence the globalists launch these simulations that align with their radical goals of transforming public life.
“When the world’s most powerful people, such as members of the WEF, 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.”
Read the Cyber Polygon 2020 document: