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Cyber Polygon 2021


Stunley Andwin
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Stunley Andwin

Here is the next stage in The Great Reset, the Globalists war against humanity. Cyber Polygon 2021 is to take place on July 8th 2021. All the usual suspects are here, Schwaab, Blair et al. I wonder what horrors they have set in store for us?

https://sociable.co/technology/prepping-cyber-pandemic-cyber-polygon-stage-supply-chain-attack-simulation/

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Will Cyber Polygon 2021 be as prophetic as Event 201 in simulating a pandemic response? perspective

It is not really prophetic if you have already decided in advance what will happen.

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“Digital ID for me is a very big part of the future” — Tony Blair

Digital identity is a major component of the WEF’s great reset agenda as it relates to transformative technologies powering the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

A digital identity keeps a record of everything you do online, including what you share on social media, the websites you visit, and your smartphone’s geolocation, and it can house all of the credentials you would normally find in a physical wallet, such as your driver’s license, insurance card, and credit cards.

Tony Blair is a Supreme War Criminal

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2) ‘Fake News’ Is a Digital Pandemic & the Majority of Citizens Are Incapable of Thinking Critically

They are actually correct here.

 

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These scenarios depicted:

  • Governments implementing lockdowns worldwide
  • The collapse of many industries
  • Growing mistrust between governments and citizens
  • A greater adoption of biometric surveillance technologies
  • Social media censorship in the name of combating misinformation
  • The desire to flood communication channels with “authoritative” sources
  • Mass unemployment
  • Rioting in the streets
  • And a whole lot more!

Mass unemployment and rioting in the streets is such fun!

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ashestoashes
4 minutes ago, Stunley Andwin said:

Here is the next stage in The Great Reset, the Globalists war against humanity. Cyber Polygon 2021 is to take place on July 8th 2021. All the usual suspects are here, Schwaab, Blair et al. I wonder what horrors they have set in store for us?

https://sociable.co/technology/prepping-cyber-pandemic-cyber-polygon-stage-supply-chain-attack-simulation/

It is not really prophetic if you have already decided in advance what will happen.

Tony Blair is a Supreme War Criminal

They are actually correct here.

 

Mass unemployment and rioting in the streets is such fun!

can't see mass unemployment, it takes an army of workers just for a firm to be woke and PC

I'll get worried when they start simulating emptying everyone's bank accounts

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These people are loony. Worrying about cyber security, and then wanting everyone to have a digital ID. What could possibly go wrong?

The noted parallels with cronyvirus are very apt. It's an over reaction to a minor threat.

Cybersecurity is bollocks, to be milked by a whole load of "experts". Maybe a new thread is required?

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Time to lay in a few stocks including bottled water me thinks and maybe turn off and unplug my laptop on July 8th-9th.  I'll put  a reminder in on my paper calendar.  I'm building a small amount of cash at home and knew there was a reason behind it.

I suppose it will stop my phone and TV from working so maybe I'll up my store of reading matter too.

Should be good for a few days/weeks.  Hopefully I won't be in hospital on life-support or I'll definitely be a goner.:CryBaby:

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MrLibertyRedux
13 hours ago, MrPin said:

These people are loony. Worrying about cyber security, and then wanting everyone to have a digital ID. What could possibly go wrong?

The noted parallels with cronyvirus are very apt. It's an over reaction to a minor threat.

Cybersecurity is bollocks, to be milked by a whole load of "experts". Maybe a new thread is required?

Worth a new thread or keep it here?

It has been a concern of mine for years as the cybersecurity and info sec in a lot of large businesses and orgs is very poor. In the small business world there is sometimes practically none.

Thousands of small businesses a year go under due to cyber attack or data loss. I was asked to attend a round table event with some small businesses a couple of years ago and some of what I heard was actually disturbing.

I went to a CBI security event not long before Covid, and whilst they did suggest that cyber security should be a standing item at every board meeting, the rest of the conference was a joke.

The main problem is that a lot of even large companies just will not take it seriously, and more significanly will not spend the money required to even keep their overall IT estate up to a reasonable industry standard, let alone do any due dilligence on cyber security, info sec, business continuity or disaster recovery.

My overall concern is that we have so much plugged into the Internet and the web now, including critical infrastructure, that if we do have a major event it will have an impact that will pale in comparison with the impact of Covid.

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1 minute ago, MrLibertyRedux said:

The main problem is that a lot of even large companies just will not take it seriously,

Especially the large companies. Smaller companies do take it more seriously.

Basically it's just good practice, and nothing science fiction, that requires expensive "consultants".

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MrLibertyRedux
13 minutes ago, MrPin said:

Especially the large companies. Smaller companies do take it more seriously.

Basically it's just good practice, and nothing science fiction, that requires expensive "consultants".

Intersting, as my experience has been the opposite. They don't have the knowledge themselves and seem to think it is something their teenage nephew could deal with.

Another problem is that while you would not want to get expensive "consultants" in, there are many "Managed Service Providers" out there for small business who are all total dross I wouldn't pay in shirt buttons. I know of two outside of London who are actually any good , one being an industry leader.

The problem is that anyone at practically home computer enthusiast level can rent out a unit on a business park and do a website and set themselves up as an MSP. It doesn't mean they know what they are doing.

Finance Directors can also be a massive problem as their ego will not allow them to accept that they do not have the professional knowledge to make strategic IT decisions.

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Van Lady
34 minutes ago, MrLibertyRedux said:

My overall concern is that we have so much plugged into the Internet and the web now, including critical infrastructure, that if we do have a major event it will have an impact that will pale in comparison with the impact of Covid.

Agreed. It would be a nightmare scenario. I hope it never happens but it can’t be ruled out.

Being 60+ I grew up pre internet and power cuts weren’t unusual and I remember the 70’s planned power cuts.

It was no big deal at home or work and in shops. Everything carried on because it could.

A major event that disabled the internet isn’t something I like to think about. Scary!

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Shamone
2 minutes ago, MrPin said:

If the internet stops for a few days, nothing much will happen @Van Lady. It probably won't.

Bbb but what if it went down while I was tuggin like a good ‘un?  

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Bbb but what if it went down while I was tuggin like a good ‘un?  

Corner shop. Paper porn, or get out one of those DVDs?

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Van Lady
12 minutes ago, MrPin said:

If the internet stops for a few days, nothing much will happen @Van Lady. It probably won't.

Disagree.

Utilities, many workplaces, shops etc will close/shut down because they can’t function without it.

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12 minutes ago, Van Lady said:

Disagree.

Utilities, many workplaces, shops etc will close/shut down because they can’t function without it.

The worst effect will be all those people unable to watch Netflix tripe. Buy the DVD. You can't be cut off!

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Van Lady
4 minutes ago, MrPin said:

The worst effect will be all those people unable to watch Netflix tripe. Buy the DVD. You can't be cut off!

Yes those type of folk will be well pissed. Even if you have DVD’s though how can you watch them for a few days if there is no electricity? I have a water filter and multi fuel stove so it won’t bother me too much for a few days. If essential infrastructure isn’t resolved within that time scale it will be disastrous in my opinion.

I’d be very pissed off if I couldn’t go in a shop to buy essentials. Personally I could survive a couple of months without buying any food but lots of folk out there don’t have a larder. How will they get food if shops etc can’t operate due to internet reliance? Do the shops have a back up plan for say two or three days of internet outage? I don’t know. 

I hope it never happens.

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Van Lady
8 minutes ago, MrPin said:

Electricity does not go off very often. I have acoustic guitars for that, and books.

Currently electricity etc doesn’t go off very often. I agree. However i was posting above in response to Liberty’s worry if it does 🙄

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Bobthebuilder
8 minutes ago, Van Lady said:

Yes those type of folk will be well pissed. Even if you have DVD’s though how can you watch them for a few days if there is no electricity? I have a water filter and multi fuel stove so it won’t bother me too much for a few days. If essential infrastructure isn’t resolved within that time scale it will be disastrous in my opinion.

I’d be very pissed off if I couldn’t go in a shop to buy essentials. Personally I could survive a couple of months without buying any food but lots of folk out there don’t have a larder. How will they get food if shops etc can’t operate due to internet reliance? Do the shops have a back up plan for say two or three days of internet outage? I don’t know. 

I hope it never happens.

I am finding the whole paperless thing annoying. Banks, HMRC, road tax, passport, savings, stock investing, paying bills etc, etc, etc all online only.

I would be quite happy to go back to signing paperwork through the post and going to the bank in person.

 

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goldbug9999
11 minutes ago, Bobthebuilder said:

I am finding the whole paperless thing annoying. Banks, HMRC, road tax, passport, savings, stock investing, paying bills etc, etc, etc all online only.

I'm the opposite, any non-electronic communication annoys the fuck out of me, in particular having to use archaic non-internet based payment methods is a particular ball ache. As for actually having to go to a specific physical location, that belongs in the dark ages.

Then again I hate all non-essentially physical manifestations of anything - films, music, games, books etc should all be purely electronic because its just information.

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Bobthebuilder
4 minutes ago, goldbug9999 said:

I'm the opposite, any non-electronic communication annoys the fuck out of me, in particular having to use archaic non-internet based payment methods is a particular ball ache. As for actually having to go to a specific physical location, that belongs in the dark ages.

Then again I hate all non-essentially physical manifestations of anything - films, music, games, books etc should all be purely electronic because its just information.

Amazing how different we all are, isn't it? I love vinyl records, analogue, nice piece of art that you hold in your hands. Love books, have loads of them again, some are works of art. Nothing better than trawling through 2nd hand record and bookshops looking for a missing gem.

They can turn the internet off, I wouldn't miss it for that long.

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Jazztraveller
Just now, Bobthebuilder said:

Amazing how different we all are, isn't it? I love vinyl records, analogue, nice piece of art that you hold in your hands. Love books, have loads of them again, some are works of art. Nothing better than trawling through 2nd hand record and bookshops looking for a missing gem.

They can turn the internet off, I wouldn't miss it for that long.

You are me and I claim my £5 book token

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Bobthebuilder
11 minutes ago, Jazztraveller said:

You are me and I claim my £5 book token

It's in the post.

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