by James Corbett
October 17, 2020
You’ll recall that back in April of this year I examined the question of whether or not there was foreknowledge of the plandemic. Specifically, that episode of Questions For Corbett looked at:
- Event 201;
- Insider trading in the US Senate;
- The “failure” of US medical intelligence;
- The shut down of the US’ pandemic early warning system in September 2019
- The record numbers of CEOs quitting their jobs;
- The Federal Reserve’s moves in the Repo market in September 2019;
and several other signs that those in positions of power knew that 2020 was going to be the year of COVID.
But April seems like an eternity ago and many more pieces of suspiciously predictive activities been dug up in the meantime.
So, in the interest of continuing this exploration, let’s examine 10 more signs of plandemic foreknowledge.
1) Crimson Contagion
In 2019 the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) held a pandemic exercise called Crimson Contagion, which, the mainstream press notes, was “eerily similar” to the current scamdemic. The exercise scenario envisioned a novel strain of pandemic influenza originating in China and being brought back to the US by international tourists.
So why did the exercise make it into the mainstream press at all? Because Orange Man Bad, of course. More specifically, because it provides the “Bin Ladin Determined to Strike in US” cover story for this neo-9/11, subtly reinforcing the narrative by suggesting that COVID-19 is a real and existential threat to the US and that the valiant leadership of the HHS tried to warn the White House about PPE shortages and other preparedness shortcomings.
Extra points if you recognize this drill from my coverage of it in COVID-911: From Homeland Security to Biosecurity.
2) Canada’s Pandemic Warning System Shut Down Right Before COVID-19
Canada’s international alert system for disease outbreaks—the Global Public Health Intelligence Network, or GPHIN,