Globalists Prepare Next Power Grab Crisis

Globalists Prepare Next Power Grab Crisis

"Things don't just happen, they're planned that way". It's an old saying, but it's all too true - especially when it comes to the machinations of the global elite. Just a couple of months before the outbreak of Covid-19, Bill Gates and the World Economic Forum promoted a worldwide 'emergency drill' which war-gamed the response of governments and international agencies to an 'imaginary' global pandemic. 

In July this year, the WEF ran Operation Cyber Polygon, a test-run for a fictional global internet shutdown and crisis. And now an even bigger worldwide internet crisis has been war-gamed.

The 10-country initiative earlier this month was led by Israel. It simulated a global financial cyber attack aimed at creating a real-life scenario that could ensue from panic and chaos if something like that were to happen.

Operation “Collective Strength” took place at the start of December. The global “war game” included treasury personnel from 10 countries — Israel, United States, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands and Thailand — as well as representatives from the International Monetary Fund, World Bank and Bank of International Settlements.

Reuters reported that the participants were shown a film as part of the simulation. “These events are creating havoc in the financial markets,” the narrator of the film said, and that governments were under pressure to gauge the impact of the global attack as the world financial system was crippled.

“The banks are appealing for emergency liquidity assistance in a multitude of currencies to put a halt to the chaos as counterparties withdraw their funds and limit access to liquidity, leaving the banks in disarray and ruin,” the narrator said.

If an attack like this were to take place, the participants warned that people would be unable to access their electronic funds and assets for a period of time, which would lead to a situation where purchasing was effectively stopped. With most financial transactions being tied to internet technology and involving secured information – such as with credit cards and PayPal – any major breach would cause unmitigated chaos.

As potential solutions to such a scenario, participating officials suggested measures such as a coordinated bank holiday, debt repayment grace periods, and coordinated de-linking from major currencies.

One Israeli financial cyber official said that such an attack could only be done by “sophisticated attackers.”

Just as with the Covid 'pandemic', global elitists are careful to prepare in advance to take advantage of the 'crisis' in order to impose worldwide 'solutions' which just happen always to hand them and their cronies even more wealth and power. It looks as though a global internet crash and resulting financial and supply crisis is becoming their next favoured option. You have been warned!