I am aware that crises have been created on purpose, with that in mind one can assume that they also continue to be created. However, that does not mean that every crisis is created on purpose, or that it makes sense to assume that they are.
I’m assuming you’re referring to the WEF doing that pandemic exercise before the corona crisis, and now the cyber attack exercise.
Regarding the pandemic exercise
Epidemics and pandemics have been increasing together with the population expansion and people living closer together as well as traveling more. This is a widely known fact in the modern world, since long before Covid 19. We have had a number of “pandemic scares” in the past 20 years, we’ve just been mostly lucky until Covid 19.
I’m sure this fact is the reason the WEF had an exercise on this subject. It’s not anything out of the ordinary that this exercise was followed by a pandemic as statistically speaking they will happen.
Am I saying the WEF are not behind the pandemic? No, just like everyone else I just don’t know. But to say that they are behind it while having literally no proof doesn’t do anything good for anyone.
Regarding cyber attack exercise
I don’t think the cyber attack exercise will be followed by a cyber attack. I know that it will be followed by many cyber attacks, and they are going to be more severe than before. How can I know this? Because statistics say that’s what’s going to happen. The number and severity of cyber attacks are steadily increasing.
On the other hand, if the exercise isn’t followed by many cyber attacks… That would be weird, if that happens you should start to wonder what sort of power the WEF commands. That would be a hell of an effective exercise.
Don’t you see that you are just taking a scheduled event and tying it together with future events that are statistically guaranteed to occur?
I don’t disagree with this!
Considering cyber attacks are getting more common and severe, and pandemics are getting more common and severe, and all the other stuff that’s going on in the world today, it makes total sense to prepare yourself for what might come.
Does this then also mean that it makes sense to put the blame for the problems on some unrelated organization? Of course not, it’s highly unproductive for everyone involved.
What if you did manage to bring down the WEF? Pandemics and cyber attacks would still continue on the same trend they have been for the past 30 years, because the WEF is nothing in the face of these statistics. I guess companies might be a bit less prepared for them since the WEF wouldn’t be able to arrange exercises anymore, but that’s probably about it.
It’s good to hear from someone that has been able to get out of this irrational state. Your change bodes well for those still stuck in it.
I agree that it would be naive to not think some people and groups only care about themselves. For all I know the WEF is a group like that, I didn’t even know they existed before people here started posting about them. But what’s the point of accusing and spreading lies about some organization for something without even any evidence at all? I just don’t see the point, it seems counter productive even!
What if the WEF actually did something bad now? Many people probably wouldn’t believe it because they’ve realized anything negative anyone says about the WEF is likely just a lie. If the WEF are so evil as people say, isn’t it just GOOD for the WEF if people are desensitized to claims that the WEF are doing something bad?
I’m not expecting a response from you of course @bones, just rhetorical questions.
@Knosis can you specify what you’re responding to and what your point is?