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WEF's Cyber Polygon Cyberattack Simulation - July 2021.

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posted on Jun, 13 2021 @ 05:28 AM
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Posted here by ETMN this 2007 article refers to a 2006 article (now deleted) which asks the question 'Would the Bird Flu Kill the Internet?'

Thought it was rather relevant to the thread as even back then the topic was being addressed at the World Economic Forum.




February 14th, 2007


Today, Slashdot linked to a story from last June that I hadn’t come across:

Would the Bird Flu Kill the Internet, Too? Long quote, but stick with it, especially the part near the end:



"We don’t believe that the Internet will be compromised within a matter of hours or days,” said Brent Woodworth, worldwide manager for IBM’s Crisis Response Team, which does consulting on disaster preparedness. “Most Internet traffic is reroutable, and as different areas are affected at different rates by a pandemic, the networks could anticipate increased traffic and adjust accordingly — with the caveat that critical components will be maintained.”"



I’m not going to even deal with the fact that Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. was involved with this, or that the topic was addressed at the annual World Economic Forum gathering in Davos, Switzerland.


The New PSYOP Payload: Bird Flu and the Collapse of the Internet



Lots more very interesting reading at the link about the 2007 'Bird Flu / Internet Collapse' narrative.




 
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