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What is the Cyber Polygon – The Future Global Attack Being Planned by the World Economic Forum?


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Photo copyright Eric Miller / World Economic Forum 2008 Africa Summit, Cape Town, 3 - 6 June 2008 [email protected] Klaus Schwab

This is something I want to put on your radar.

Have you heard of the Cyber Polygon?

If not, don’t sweat it.

Many people have yet to catch on to what the globalists at the World Economic Forum are discussing.

Earlier this year, they presented ominous warnings of a looming cyber attack.

The global crisis that far eclipses COVID-19 and will dramatically reshape the world even more.

Check it out:

Have you noticed all the reports in recent days about cyber attacks?

The mainstream media is diligently working to prime the public about future cyber attacks.

Just like Mr. Globalist himself Klaus Schwab:

COVID-19 a small disturbance compared to a global cyber attack?

Preparing for a future cyber pandemic?

That’s a doomsday warning if I ever saw one.

Here’s some more info on the latest cyber attacks being unleashed around the globe:

But this isn’t the first time the World Economic Forum conveniently predicted a future global event.

Remember Event 201?

Event 201 ran a simulation of a novel zoonotic coronavirus that resulted in a pandemic and the global response to the outbreak.

The event was hosted in New York City in October 2019.

And who were the players making the recommendations for the responses?

The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the World Economic Forum.

Here’s some footage from the event:

The simulation exercise is conveniently similar to the real events of 2020.

And now the World Economic Forum is preparing for the potential collapse of the power grid and financial system.

If the events of 2020 are any indicator, I wouldn’t ignore these warnings.

This could very well be the tricks the globalists have up their sleeves for what they wish to unleash on the world.

Just look at the players who met at the forum:

Salesforce

AIG

Bank of America

Amazon Web Services

China Southern Power Grid

Equifax

Microsoft

IBM

JPMorgan Chase

Mastercard

PayPal

Zurich Insurance Group

The list goes on.

Lots of heavy hitters in the banking, finance, and tech spheres.

It really makes you wonder what type of global cyber catastrophe they’re preparing for.

Here’s how the World Economic Forum explained the Cyber Polygon on their website:

Cyberspace by nature has no borders, which allows criminals to launch their attacks from anywhere in the world, at any time. As legal parameters are unable to keep up with the pace of technological proliferation, the absence of international laws capable of restricting the actions of attackers regardless of their geolocation gives these criminals a sense of absolute impunity. To counter this effectively, there is an urgent need to start learning the basics of working together.

What is Cyber Polygon?

Cyber Polygon is a unique cybersecurity event that combines the world’s largest technical training for corporate teams and an online conference featuring senior officials from international organisations and leading corporations.

Every year, the training brings together a wide range of global businesses and government structures while the live stream draws in millions of spectators from across the world.

2020 results

In 2020 the central theme for the Cyber Polygon live stream was the prevention of a ‘digital pandemic‘: how to prevent a crisis and to reinforce cybersecurity on all levels.

Within the technical training participants had to deal with a targeted attack which in real life would jeopardise company reputation and data. First, the teams practised containing the attack in real time, then investigated the incident, and finally, composed a dossier of the information gathered for INTERPOL to help them launch an investigation and prevent similar attacks in the future.

120 teams from 29 countries took part in the technical cybersecurity training. The live stream viewership reached 5 million, spanning across 57 nations. During this live stream, 20 prominent experts shared their views on the most pressing issues in cybersecurity and analysed the current trends and risks of technological development.

When you know what the World Economic Forum’s ultimate goal is for the future, it’s important to pay attention to the rhetoric they spew.

If you really have some time on your hands, you can watch the entire Cyber Polygon live stream here:

Again, something I think all of us freedom-loving Patriots need to be aware of to combat these evil control freaks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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