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WEF Warns of Cyber Attack Leading to Systemic Collapse of the Global Financial System

A report published last year by the WEF-Carnegie Cyber Policy Initiative calls for the merging of Wall Street banks, their regulators and intelligence agencies as necessary to confront an allegedly imminent cyber attack that will collapse the existing financial system.

In November 2020, the World Economic Forum (WEF) and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace co-produced a report that warned that the global financial system was increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks. Advisors to the group that produced the report included representatives from the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, the International Monetary Fund, Wall Street giants likes JP Morgan Chase and Silicon Valley behemoths like Amazon.

The ominous report was published just months after the World Economic Forum had conducted a simulation of that very event – a cyber attack that brings the global financial system to its knees – in partnership with Russia’s largest bank, which is due to jumpstart that country’s economic “digital transformation” with the launch of its own central bank-backed digital currency.

More recently, last Tuesday, the largest information sharing organization of the financial industry, whose known members include Bank of America, Wells Fargo and CitiGroup, have again warned that nation-state hackers and cybercriminals were poised to work together to attack the global financial system in the short term. The CEO of this organization, known as the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), had previously advised the WEF-Carnegie report that had warned much the same.

Such coordinated simulations and warnings from those who dominate the current, ailing financial system are obvious cause for concern, particularly given that the World Economic Forum is well-known for its Event 201 simulation about a global coronavirus pandemic that took place just months prior to the COVID-19 crisis.

The COVID-19 crisis has since been cited as the main justification for accelerating the “digital transformation” of the financial and other sectors that the Forum and its partners have promoted for years. Their latest prediction of a doomsday event, a cyber attack that stops the current financial system in its tracks and instigates its systemic collapse, would offer the final yet necessary step for the Forum’s desired outcome of this widespread shift to digital currency and increased global governance of the international economy.

Given that experts have been warning since the last global financial crisis that the collapse of the entire system was inevitable due to central bank mismanagement and rampant Wall Street corruption, a cyber attack would also provide the perfect scenario for dismantling the current, failing system as it would absolve central banks and corrupt financial institutions of any responsibility. It would also provide a justification for incredibly troubling policies promoted by the WEF-Carnegie report, such as a greater fusion of intelligence agencies and banks in order to better “protect” critical financial infrastructure.

Considering the precedent of the WEF’s past simulations and reports with the COVID-19 crisis, it is well worth examining the simulations, warnings and the policies promoted by these powerful organizations. The remainder of this report will examine the WEF-Carnegie report from November 2020, while a follow-up report will focus on the more recent FS-ISAC report published last week. The WEF simulation of a cyber attack on the global financial system, Cyber Polygon 2020, was covered in detail by Unlimited Hangout in a previous report.

The WEF-Carnegie Cyber Policy Initiative

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, is one of the most influential foreign policy think tanks in the United States, with close and persistent ties to the US State Department, former Presidents, corporate America and American oligarch clans like the Pritzkers of Hyatt hotels. Current trustees of the endowment include executives from Bank of America and CitiGroup as well as other influential financial institutions.

In 2019, the same year as Event 201, the Endowment launched its Cyber Policy Initiative with the goal of producing an “International Strategy for Cybersecurity and the Global Financial System 2021-2024.” That strategy was released just months ago, in November 2020 and, according to the Endowment, was authored by “leading experts in governments, central banks, industry and the technical community” in order to provide a “longer-term international cybersecurity strategy” specifically fo the financial system.

The initiative is an outgrowth of past efforts of the Carnegie Endowment to promote the fusion of financial authorities, the financial industry, law enforcement and national security agencies, which is both a major recommendation of the November 2020 report and a conclusion of a 2019 “high-level roundtable” between the Endowment, the IMF and central bank governors. The Endowment had also partnered with the IMF, SWIFT, Standard Chartered and FS-ISAC to create a “cyber resilience capacity-building tool box” for financial institutions in 2019. That same year, the Endowment also began tracking “the evolution of the cyber threat landscape and incidents involving financial institutions” in collaboration with BAE Systems, the UK’s largest weapons manufacturer. Per the Endowment, this collaboration continues into the present.

In January 2020, representatives of the Carnegie Endowment presented their Cyber Policy Initiative at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, after which the Forum officially partnered with the Endowment on the initiative.

Advisors to the now joint WEF-Carnegie project include representatives of central banks like the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank; some of Wall Street’s most infamous banks like Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase; law enforcement organizations such as INTERPOL and the US Secret Service; corporate giants like Amazon and Accenture; and global financial institutions like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and SWIFT. Other notable advisors include the managing director and head of the WEF’s Centre for Cybersecurity, Jeremy Jurgens, who was also a key player in the Cyber Polygon simulation, and Steve Silberstein, the CEO of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC).

“Not a Question of If but When

The Cyber Policy Initiative’s November 2020 report is officially titled “International Strategy to Better Protect the Financial System.” It begins by noting that the global financial system, like many other systems, are “going through unprecedented digital transformation, which is being accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic.”

It then warns that:

“Malicious actors are taking advantage of this digital transformation and pose a growing threat to the global financial system, financial stability, and confidence in the integrity of the financial system. Malign actors are using cyber capabilities to steal from, disrupt, or otherwise threaten financial institutions, investors and the public. These actors include not only increasingly daring criminals, but also states and state-sponsored attackers.”

Followed by this warning of “malign actors”, the report notes that “increasingly concerned, key voices are sounding the alarm.” It notes that Christine Lagarde of the European Central Bank and formerly of the IMF warned in February 2020 that “a cyber attack could trigger a serious financial crisis.” A year prior, at the WEF’s annual meeting, the head of Japan’s central bank predicted that “cybersecurity could become the financial system’s most serious risk in the near future.” It also notes that in 2019, Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase similarly labeled cyber attacks as possibly “the biggest threat to the US financial system.”

Not long after Lagarde’s warning, in April 2020, the Financial Stability Board asserted that “cyber incidents pose a threat to the stability of the global financial system” and that “a major cyber incident, if not properly contained, could seriously disrupt financial systems, including critical financial infrastructure, leading to broader financial stability implications.”

The WEF-Carnegie report authors add to these concerns that “the exploitation of cyber vulnerabilities could cause losses to investors and the general public” and lead to significant damage to public trust and confidence in the current financial system. It also notes, aside from affecting the general public in a significant way, this threat would impact both high-income countries and low to lower-middle income countries, meaning its impact on the masses will be global in scope.

The report then ominously concludes that “one thing is clear: it is not a question of if a major incident will happen, but when.

Ensuring control of the narrative

Another section of the report details recommendations for controlling the narrative in the event such a crippling cyber attack takes place. The report specifically recommends that “financial authorities and industry should ensure they are properly prepared for influence operations and hybrid attacks that combine influence operations with malicious hacking activity” and that they “apply lessons learned from influence operations targeting electoral processes to potential attacks on financial institutions.”

It goes on to recommend that “major financial services firms, central banks and other financial supervisory authorities”, representatives of which advised the WEF-Carnegie report, “identify a single point of contact within each organisation to engage social media platforms for crisis management.”

The report’s authors argue that, “in the event of a crisis,” such as a devastating cyber attack on the global banking system, “social media companies should swiftly amplify communications by central banks” so that central banks may “debunk fake information” and “calm the markets.” It also states that “financial authorities, financial services firms and tech companies [presumably including social media companies] should develop a clear communications and response plan focused on being able to react swiftly.” Notably, both Facebook and Twitter are listed in the report’s appendix as “industry stakeholders” that have “engaged” with the WEF-Carnegie initiative.

The report also asserts that premeditated coordination for such a crisis between banks and social media companies needs to take place so that both parties may “determine what severity of crisis would necessitate amplified communication.” The report also calls for social media companies to work with central banks to “develop escalation paths similar to those developed in the wake of the past election interference, as seen in the United States and Europe.”

Of course, those “escalation paths” involved wide-ranging social media censorship. The report seems to acknowledge this, when it adds that “quick coordination with social media platforms is necessary to organise content takedowns.” Thus, the report is calling for central banks to collude with social media platforms to plan out censorship efforts that would be enacted if a sufficiently severe crisis occurs in financial markets.

As far as “influence operations” go, the report divides these into two categories; those that target individual firms and those that target markets overall. Regarding the first category, the report states that “organised actors will spread fraudulent rumours to manipulate stock prices and generate profit based on how much the price of the stock was artificially moved.” It then adds that, in these influence operations, “firms and lobbyists use astroturfing campaigns, which create a false appearance of grassroots support, to tarnish the value of a competing brand or attempt to sway policymaking decisions by abusing calls for online public comments.” The similarities between this latter statement and the Wall Street Bets phenomenon of January 2021 are obvious.

Regarding the second category of “influence operations,” the report defines these operations as “likely to be carried out by a politically motivated actor like a terrorist group or even a nation-state.” It adds that “this type of influence operation may directly target the financial system to manipulate markets, for example, by spreading rumours about market-moving decisions by central banks” as well as spreading “false information that does not directly reference financial markets but that causes financial markets to react.”

Given that the report states that the first category of influence operation poses little systemic risk while the second “may pose systemic risk”, it seems more likely that the event being predicted by the WEF-Carnegie report would involve claims of the latter by a “terrorist group” or potentially a nation-state. Notably, the report mentions North Korea as a likely nation-state offender on several occasions. It also dwells on the likelihood that synthetic media or “deep fakes” would be part of this system-devastating event in emerging economies and/or in high-income countries experiencing a financial crisis.

A separate June 2020 report from the WEF-Carnegie initiative was published specifically on deepfakes and the financial system, noting that such attacks would likely transpire during a larger financial crisis to “amplify” damaging narratives or “simulate grassroots consumer backlash against a targeted brand.” It adds that “companies, financial institutions and government regulators facing public relations crises are especially vulnerable to deepfakes and synthetic media.”

In light of these statements, it is worth pointing out that bad actors within the current system could exploit these scenarios and theories to paint actual grassroots backlash against a bank or corporation as being a synthetic “influence operation” perpetrated by “cybercriminals” or a nation-state. Considering that the WEF-Carnegie report references a scenario analogous to the Wall Street Bets situation in January 2021, a banker-led effort to falsely label a future grassroots backlash as instead being synthetic and the fault of a “terrorist group” or nation-state should not be ruled out.

“Reducing Fragmentation”: Merging Banks with their Regulators and Intelligence Agencies

Given the inevitability of this destructive event predicted by the report’s authors, it is important to focus in on the solutions proposed in the WEF-Carnegie report as they will become immediately relevant if this event, as predicted by the WEF and Carnegie Endowment, does come to pass.

Some of the solutions proposed are to be expected from a WEF-linked policy document, such as the calls for increased public-private partnerships and greater coordination among regional and international organizations as well as increased coordination between national governments.

However, the main “solution” at the heart of this report, and also at the heart of the WEF-Carnegie initiative’s other endeavors, is a call to fuse corporate banks, the financial authorities that essentially oversee them, tech companies and the national security state.

The report’s authors first argue that the main vulnerability of the global financial system at present is “the current fragmentation among stakeholders and initiatives” and that mitigating this threat to global system lies in reducing that “fragmentation.” The report argues that the way to resolve the issue requires massive re-organization of all “stakeholders” via increased global coordination. The report notes that the “disconnect between the finance, the national security and the diplomatic communities is particularly pronounced” and calls for much closer interaction between the three.

It then states that:

“This requires countries not only to better organize themselves domestically but also to strengthen international cooperation to defend against, investigate, prosecute and ideally prevent future attacks. This implies that the financial sector and financial authorities must regularly interact with law enforcement and other national security agencies in unprecedented ways, both domestically and internationally.”

Some examples of these “unprecedented interactions” between banks and the national security state are included in the report’s recommendations. For instance, it argues that “governments should use the unique capabilities of their national security communities to help protect FMIs [financial market infrastructures] and critical trading systems.” It also calls for “national security agencies [to] consult critical cloud service providers [like WEF-Carnegie initiative partner Amazon Web Services] to determine how intelligence collection could be used to help identify and monitor potential significant threat actors and develop a mechanism to share information about imminent threats” with tech companies.

The report also states that “the financial industry should throw its weight behind efforts to tackle cyber crime more effectively, for example by increasing its participation in law enforcement efforts.”

On that last point, there are indications this has already begun. For instance, Bank of America, the second largest bank in the US and part of the WEF-Carnegie Initiative and FS-ISAC, was reported to have “actively but secretly engaged” with US law enforcement agencies in the hunt for “political extremists” following the January 6th events at Capitol Hill. In doing so, Bank of America shared private information with the federal government without the knowledge or consent of its customers, leading critics to accuse the bank of “effectively acting as an intelligence agency.”

Yet, arguably the most troubling part of the report is its call to unite the national security apparatus and the finance industry first, and then use that as a model to do the same with other sectors of the economy. It states that “protecting the international financial system can be a model for other sectors,” adding that “focusing on the financial sector provides a starting point and could pave the way to better protect other sectors in the future.”

Were all the sectors of the economy to also fuse with the national security state, it would inevitably create a reality where there is no part of daily human life that is not ultimately controlled by these two already very powerful entities. This is a clear recipe for techno-fascism on a global scale. As this WEF-Carnegie report makes clear, the roadmap regarding how to cook up such a nightmare has already been charted out in coordination with the very institutions, banks and governments that currently control the global financial system.

Not only that, but – as pointed out in Unlimited Hangout‘s article on Cyber Polygon – the World Economic Forum and many of its partners have a vested interest in the systemic collapse of the current financial system. In addition, many central banks have recently backed new digital currency systems that can only achieve rapid, mass adoption if the existing system collapses.

Given that these systems are set to be integrated with biometric IDs and so-called “vaccine passports” through the WEF and Big Tech-backed Vaccine Credential initiative, it is worth considering the timing of the expected launch of such systems in determining when this predicted and allegedly inevitable event is likely to occur.

With this new financial system so deeply inter-connected to these “credential” efforts, this cyber attack on the financial sector would likely take place at a time when it would best facilitate the adoption of the new economic system and its integration into credential systems currently being promoted as a “way out” of COVID-19-related restrictions.

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Whitney Webb
Whitney Webb is a staff writer for The Last American Vagabond. She has previously written for Mintpress News, Ben Swann's Truth In Media. Her work has appeared on Global Research, the Ron Paul Institute and 21st Century Wire, among others. She currently lives with her family in southern Chile.

37 Replies to “WEF Warns of Cyber Attack Leading to Systemic Collapse of the Global Financial System

  1. How convenient is WEF’s suggestion?!!? Not only is the suggestion of merging corporate and gov’t financial systems, but also the timing of the suggestion. This is part & parcel of the “Great Reset” and “New World Order”, which WEF and Klaus Schwab is all for! But, that’s just coincidental, right?

    1. Kerry, we all know that none of these plans are merely coincidence, for they have been planning and revising their plans over the last 150 years beginning with the Organic Act of 1873. It is a globalist cartel with the goal of enslaving humanity then murdering as many as 95% of us so the genocidal maniacs can build a sustainable NWO. It is one reason that ANY time I hear the word sustainable used by the government, media, or academia, I KNOW it is part of the enemy’s plan to enslave us.

  2. curious to know when people’s credit cards expire. last time mine was renewed, it only gave til 0921. is that date significant??

      1. If you give me your card numbers ladies i’ll be able to get back to you with more info :)))


  3. We literally live in a world where they can prepredict a cyber attack. Claim it destroyed the entire financial system, then propose a full digital global currency and 90% of people will attack anyone who simply asks “wait, if a cyber attack can affect the entire monetary system, wouldnt having digital currency dependent on me nternet and computers make us MORE susseptible?” By laughing and calling them conspiracy theorists.
    I literally was talking about their health tracking rfid chips the other day n this moron started full on laughing out loud at me. Cause that doesnt exist. I looked at him n asked how it is that every rescue dog you buy from the humane society has a chip in them for the past 20 to 30 years……

    1. The probability of veterinary medicine testing it on dogs and cats first all these years and now it’s “okay” for humans doesn’t sound much like a coincidence.

      1. I remember that a number of years ago I heard about parents having the option to chip their children – anyone else recall that? Or, since I never had kids, has that been in vogue for years now?

  4. Embarrassingly obvious desperate ploy for a step even closer to stakeholder capitalism. No thanks Klaus you creepy old twat.

  5. For years I wondered what the impulse was to go after “anti-vaxxers”. Thats a very small percentage of the population. Why did CA State Senator Pan so aggressively go after exemptions? And then someone told me, “because next they’re going to mandate all those vaccines for adults, too”.

    And I thought, that makes sense. Where children are vaccinated into the high 90%, the adult population is not, though I think a lot of people keep up with tetanus, at least in the trades.

    But the truth was to be much worse than that, and the reason I bring this up is because the term “anti-vaxxer” plays a very similar role to the term “conspiracy theorist”.

    At first, conspiracy theorist were harmless Kennedy assassination sleuths, squatchers, and UFO people. If you were talking about CIA drug running, maybe, then someone would label you as a CT, but the normal response then was “Russian propaganda, don’t believe it”.

    But then conspiracies started getting labeled to the more serious stuff, but it wasn’t a mainstream term. Both spectrums of the aisle had their CTers, on the right it was the UN and black helicopters, on the left drug running and coups.

    But something about Q and the right wing conspiracy side just took off. And what it provided was a need and a reason to openly “control the narrative”, one that will resonate with those trapped in the myth.

    We have to do this because of the Soviets! Because of 911! Because of covid! Because of the conspiracy theorists!

    What reality may or may not be, is no longer debatable. Theres the truth and there are conspiracy theories cooked up by paranoid lonely individuals. This is the design going into place, and they’re open about it.

  6. Those malicious actors are the WEF, the world banks, Bill Gates, George Soros and many more including many Americans like John Kerry, Obama and his puppet Biden. They tell us their plan straight out but we never pay attention and they know it.

    1. Don’t forget torture-loving Cheney, Kissinger (who began the promotion of vaccinations for population control), Bush Sr. (deeply invested in maintaining conflicts in the middle east in which he had huge financial interests). So it’s both sides of the American political fence. In fact, that fence is as much a charade as anything. We have in American a 2-party illusion. They are ALL in on it, groomed from birth to “lead”. (Name one who comes across as a decent person … I’ll wait.)
      In American leadership positions, we have seen no one with a heart, a conscience, only greed, control and disgusting abuse of humans and our children.

    2. I think not enough people pay attention to these things because the truth is overwhelming, horrifying even – I think they’re afraid to really look at it and truly admit to themselves that it’s real. I, for one, only started “woking up” between the “election” and the “inauguration” – and, have been on a see-saw since, with one day mad & ready to fight back, the next weepy & feeling hopeless. Over time, though, I’ve gotten to the fight back side. I couldn’t live with myself if I didn’t try, if I didn’t do everything I could to reverse the horrifying course of this country and the world.

    1. I want to see Klaus Schwab pissed off. How does he react to things? I’m starting to smell a sitcom. Based on Klaus Schwab’s life, remember Bush Jr? (the guy who enacted the Patriot Act that Biden helped create and everyone is ignoring this) Maybe a modernized Spaceballs, like they did with Star Trek. I’d get a bunch of yt celebrities together and write a script, but you need a top shot to play Schwab, then take suggestions from the internet for 2-min promo clips and stuff. I figure you’d have to play on stereotypes a bit so to fix the PR you can hire one of his countrymen who hates his country. I know the guys with the talent (veterantv) but I can’t volunteer anyone and you guys have contacts and media.

  7. Question to anyone who has any insight or wisdom — do you think it’s wise to pull money (my life’s savings in a traditional savings account) out of financial institutions before this occurs?

    1. I would consider moving rainy day savings into physical assets, particularly precious metals. You could also move a portion into crypto, but the writing’s on the wall with crypto (IMO,) as they will likely use a terror attack (as above) to mandate KYC for internet access and ‘blockstream’ any transaction connected to those adverse to vaccinations and the like.

    2. I’m wondering if a local credit union is safer than a major bank. I’m also going to look into opening an account overseas as some of those even pay higher interest rates on savings accounts.

    3. The sooner the better mate… and get yourself as much silver as you can afford… gold as well if you’re able.

    4. When the banks , ie banking system , collapses , we will have a “bank holiday” , ie the banks doors will be closed and anything of yours in the banks hands will be theirs . Many countries have laws to that effect – in the instance of bank failure – they keep your money . Maybe keep in your bank account only what you need to cover near term expense and transactions ; keep the rest where you can access it during any emergency bank holiday . There is a wise saying pertaining to this situation…. If it’s not in YOUR hands…you don’t own it…..a very practical tip .As for bullion…yes , keep silver as currency for less expensive items , and gold for higher . You would have trouble buying a loaf of bread with a 1 oz gold coin. One factor to keep in mind is that for any dollar amount , silver weighs about 70 times more than gold , and so larger dollar amounts of silver can be heavy , cumbersome , and spacey. I in no way have anything to do with Peter Schiff or his company – Schiffgold- but would highly recommend them- They are honest , reputable , and experts in the practicalities and idiosyncrasies of buying/ selling bullion , something that is more often than desired not the case in the industry .

  8. This wont happen until we have enough LOCKDOWNS to ruin ALL medium to small businesses and they have got everyone on their UBI, then they will bring it out and start restrictions like we have never seen.

  9. Dear MLindsey: The advice I’ve heard from financial experts who have been predicting the collapse of either the stock mkt &/or the dollar itself is to keep some cash (i.e. in a savings account) but also buy hard assets such as 1. Gold & or silver. Junk silver is U.S. coins minted before 1965 that contain at least 90% silver content and have previously been in circulation; Junk silver is relatively cheap especially compared to gold. 2. Buy things you can trade. 3. Check out prepper sites like Guildbrook Farm for how to create a prepper pantry and how to use mylar bags to store dried food–beans, wheat berries, polenta, etc.– for up to 20 years. Good luck to you. Alice

  10. Clearly Schwab and his cronies have it all thought out…set themselves up as genius predictors of the future…then establish themselves as the saviours before actially destroying the present system and absconding with most of the cash. Then come back as vindicated heroes after having stolen all your money and possessions… because that’s what it will involve…they’ll be taking your house too.

  11. Any talk about any pandemic today, whether cyber or manmade virus, is to be looked upon as per what these talks are … a declaration of war against humanity.
    Not only the governments around the world have shown that can’t any longer contain ‘outbreaks’ swiftly and efficiently with minimum distress for the people and the economies in general as per they have always done, but also that it is quite obvious pharma labs are run by too unqualified people that can’t even meet the minimum safety requirements. With China having three of them just in the last eleven years, and today with governments proven unable to apply those usual containment’s measures, it is not too out of line to start demanding the permanent closure of all pharma labs that are funded to play around with viruses. To make them infectious or more infectious to humans. To allow them to be transported from lab to lab as well.
    In case of a cyber pandemic, is because this so called reset isn’t happening, not at the level and rate that these genocidal megalomaniacs did expect. The Modus Operandi for tech yap is always the same one. Convince people something is already happening so that the people start buying it, when in reality nothing is actually happening. Cause without the people buying this whatever, there is no fertilised ground to make it happen. If it makes sense.
    Also is there to remember that no GP, no nurse, no media, no government, no WHO expert, no Bill Gates, no cop, no military is qualified to even say the V of virus, let alone vaccine. The only persons qualified to advise and inform populations about viruses and vaccines … are virologists, and virologists only. Now in case of this cyber pandemic which obviously got already planned like this circus of pandemic… well the people will still have an office, a farm, a factory to go to, contracts to fulfil, delivery to organise … this time … like the old times. Conversations through a phone, documentations sent by mail, and deliveries to be organised face to face with truck drivers. The obsolete ways that never let you down. Chuck in an alphabet Morse too … couple of pigeons why not … and voila’ your trading is still up and running at the speed that we have forgotten. But it worked then, it is going to work again. People just need to deal with people face to face and via phone … perhaps even via fax. Lol but hey … if we are at this point where the so called experts along with corrupted governments of course, are only able to predict disasters they obviously can’t do anything about but know all about … then for real it is time for people to ditch this idiotic digitalisation … till the day new experts of course, will come out with something … ehmm ehmm … ‘more secure’. Remember countries members of the Five Eyes Group, have never, do not have and will never have proper cyber protection .. by default. For does not fit the FEG bill.
    It is time to stop playing the victims and start using these flows for what they are … and for what the Protocols of Zion and ‘Silent weapons for quiet wars’ have been looked upon by several militaries as per … what they all are … declarations of war against mankind.
    Outbreaks have to push for the closure of such pharma labs to have any happening from now on, the government of that country legally liable for all type of damages, arming and human loss such situation may cause. One is one too many already. Going away with murder once again, no matter the country no matter the government … is a no more killer event to be accepted by anybody ever again.
    Bit mixed info here, but valuable points for us all to remember them and start using them to our own benefit and generations to come.
    Enough is enough.

    1. The one benefit of this “KILLER VIRUS” is that… along with all the damage it has done to humanity, it will accomplish the one thing that has been overdue for many generations… and that is “THE DEATH OF ALL GOV’T” worldwide. MARK MY WORDS!!!

  12. This whole thing reminds me of the marching hammers in Pink Floyd’s “The Wall”. Marching toward totalitarianism. No matter what each countries population wants. Rigged elections and corrupted politicians and bureaucrats guarantee that nothing will stop this march. Unless…….?

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