There are also the Snapchat filters (others also pointed out that Snapchat is likely using users to test facial recognition software for surveillance
purposes) - but I believe Snapchat ALSO had facemasks as "filters" in 2018 and certainly by mid-2019 before COVID:
Event 201 simulation in 2019 based on a pandemic SARS-like coronavirus need not even be mentioned (but I'm putting it here for safe measure), as it's
been discussed countless times on here: hub.jhu.edu.... That being said, I recently heard about
this other simulation "wargame" exercise called Crimson Contagion involving a hypothetical deadly influenza pandemic that took place in August of 2019
(also before the pandemic): en.wikipedia.org...
Bright and inquisitive minds of ATS, any takers? Other "predictive" items you've come across? Or related insights to share or dots to connect?
edit on 30-11-2020 by FamCore because: (no reason given)
It's kind of interesting. Just looked it up, project runway was produced by Harvey Weinstein and distributed by ABC and the Weinstein company and
Bunnim/Murray which turns out is owned by a large French media company owned by vivendi. There's a few other producers and distributors of the show
also all connected with large media conglomerates.
Once you start to go up the chain, you'll notice a bunch of big media companies, the same ones that have been inundating the world with Covid news all
own a chunk of the companies behind project runway.
I dunno, just seems interesting .
edit on 30/11/2020 by dug88 because: (no reason given)
Definitely predictive programming. I mean come... a contestant named "kovid" and they happen to make a mask for their fashion? This is for sure
deepstate, probably c_a, I have no doubts about this. If anyone says this is a freaking coincidence then they must be willfully ignorant. There are no
S & F for bringing these things to our attention. I wonder how long till they scrub the project runway video?
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