We all know that Henry Kissinger famously stated in an interview, shortly after Barack Obama was elected President of the United States in 2009, that a crisis should be viewed as a “great opportunity” to implement massive changes that otherwise would not be accepted under normal societal conditions. Author Naomi Klein also discussed this subject in length, in her book The Shock Doctrine, of how those in power use, and even sometimes deliberately manufacture crises in order to create weakened and susceptible psychological states in citizens that allow them to implement changes in the global power structure within months that would otherwise take years to achieve (by the way, if you want to read The Shock Doctrine, a highly engaging and informative book, please patronize your local book store instead of buying it from Amazon). Keeping these known historical facts in mind, could Central Bankers use the coronavirus pandemic in an opportunistic, Machiavellian manner to scapegoat coronavirus as the source of blame for the next imminent global economic crisis that they manufactured?
In light of Event 201, this connection that may seem to be far-fetched at first glance suddenly becomes much more realistic. What was Event 201? Event 201 was a viral pandemic exercise hosted by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on October 18, 2019, in New York, NY that preceded the first known confirmed cases of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic later that year in December of 2019. In a fiction monologue delivered by an actor at that forum, the delivered monologue discussed a viral outbreak that killed 65 million people in the first six months after Patient Zero and then spread to nearly every nation in the world by month number six of the pandemic. Other consequences of the viral pandemic were a plunge of 20% to 40% in global stock markets, a complete shutdown of bank lending to businesses, and a global economic downturn that lasted for more than a decade.
I have been for a while now that predicted would results in the US stock market collapsing by a minimum of 50% and ushering in devastating wealth destruction that would exceed that of the 2008 global financial crisis and last for decades. I've even provided specific events to track that will mark the in the next impending global economic crisis. My predictions sound eerily similar to the “predicted” consequences of a viral epidemic simulation presented at Event 201. Considering this, could the coronavirus pandemic, now that it is a reality, present the perfect scapegoat for the massive problems created by Central Bankers and be used by Central Bankers as the excuse for the imminent wealth destruction that is on the way, that would have happened without the presence of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic?
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