Cyber Poligon: Fire accelerant of the Great Reset – but not without a way out!
06.10.2021 | www.kla.tv/20100
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has joined forces with the Russian government (!!) and global banks in July 2020 and July 2021 to conduct simulations of high-level cyberattacks that, in a case of emergency, would bring the entire global economy to a standstill. As an actual event, this would pave the way for the WEF’s planned “Great Reset”. The simulation called “Cyber Polygon” bears alarming similarities to the pandemic simulation Event 201, also sponsored by the WEF, which took place shortly before the COVID-19 crisis. Anyone who can add one and one has an inkling of what is imminent. But what to do? Just as you might foil a planned bank robbery by lighting the bank building and the street as bright as day, running cameras everywhere and so to convey: “We know all about it. Just come on, then everyone will see it and your game is up!”. This way the widely spread light of information and a vigilant population could prevent the worst. With the goal of working together to thwart this devious game, this video sheds light on the perfidiously planned total robbery of mankind, a crime of unprecedented proportions. No disaster without preceding simulation The elite organization WEF (World Economic Forum) and especially its director, Klaus Schwab, are warning the world public of the disastrous consequences of a cyber-hacking attack on the Internet. Therefore they support preparatory simulation exercises called Cyber Polygon. Looking back at past attack disasters, a common threatening scenario is being revealed: a collapse of the global financial system and the global supply system, that is energy and transportation routes. The attacks took place at the same time or soon after a simulation exercise. This is what happened with 9/11 in 2001, the London subway bombing in in July of 2005, the Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris, and most recently with Event 201 in October 2019. Event 201 preceded the actual corona pandemic as a simulation exercise of a viral pandemic, which to this day still has the majority of the world’s population in an iron grip with fatal consequences. Lead to total control In early July 2021, there was a ransomware cyber-attack* on the American IT company Kaseya.