Are You Prepared for A “Cyber-Pandemic”?

Are You Prepared for A “Cyber-Pandemic”?

The results of the Covid-19 pandemic have had crushing effects on everyone around the globe. The lockdowns and closures of businesses have led to bankruptcy, increases in suicide, and increases in divorce. The forced isolation caused by the lockdowns has caused severe emotional and psychological damage for millions of people. The UN, even though they have supported the lockdowns and the 14-day quarantine of healthy people, considers solitary confinement for any period over 15 days to be torture. So by their own standards, forcing healthy people into quarantine is extremely harmful and barely falls short of meeting the definition of torture. Hundreds of millions, or perhaps billions, of people have experienced total isolation from friends, family, loved ones, and the outside world. After a year and a half of psychological warfare being waged against them, most people are exhausted and in critical need of relief. In the past few weeks, it has seemed like we were possibly turning the corner, and life would begin to get back to “normal” (or at least something close to resembling normal).

This is the time period when the target of an assault licks their wounds and begins to look for a way to recover. With what seems like hope coming into view, it is also the time when the victim’s guard is at its lowest point. The “horse can smell the barn”. Any clever attacker would know that this is the time to hit even harder than before. We all know the saying, “don’t kick someone when they’re down,” but a truly brutal attacker, who will fight to win at any cost, will recognize this as the best time to strike to ensure his own victory.

There is no question that powerful elites have used the lockdowns to their advantage. They have discussed the possibilities of mandatory vaccinations, vaccine passports to allow for travel and basic services, constant tracking (for reasons related to “health” of course), and many other tyrannical practices. Those in power will certainly continue their quest for control over you and your life.

Throughout the Covid lockdowns, one thing became abundantly clear. If we didn’t realize this before, we absolutely know it now – we are totally and completely reliant on the internet for our very survival. Some may even wonder if the purpose of the lockdowns was to ensure that we had no other options for essential services other than the online world. With so many local shops closing their doors for good and many people remaining fearful of going out in public, we have become even more dependent on internet services.

But there are two sides to the coin of internet dependence. Not only do we need it for our survival, but it also grants us incredible amounts of freedom. In theory, the internet is where you can say what you believe. You can communicate with anyone anywhere in the world at any time. We have access to more information in a matter of seconds than most people have had access to throughout all human history. It gives us opportunities that humans have never had before, and it is one of the last strongholds of liberty. The freedom the internet grants us is a threat to those in power who are working toward an even greater level of control over the population.

Our dependence on the internet is most likely where the elites will shift their crosshairs next. A major cyber-attack that cripples internet services is possibly one of the worst imaginable scenarios, but it is not as far-fetched as we might hope.

On May 7, 2021, hackers carried out a devastating cyber-attack against Colonial Pipeline, a major supplier of gasoline to the Southeastern United States. This attack caused major fuel shortages for that region.

Just a few weeks later, the world’s food supply was targeted. JBS, the world’s largest meat processor, also suffered a cyber-attack. Real food shortages are something most of us in the U.S. have never had to experience, but with the vulnerabilities of our food supply chains being exposed, many are rightfully concerned about food security.

It has not just been the private sector that has been targeted. The U.S. House of Representatives has also experienced a ransomware attack. The attack reportedly occurred over the course of several weeks. Cyber security experts are still in the process of resolving the problem.

Technocrat Klaus Schwab even revealed to us in this video that a “cyber-pandemic” will be the next move that the authoritarians make in consolidating power.

Massive and coordinated cyber-attacks will give the powerful globalists a pretext to seize even greater amounts of control over internet access. Along with the Federal Reserve moving to a digital currency, it will give them total control over our money and banking. This will allow them to shut off finances, communications, and access to essential services for anyone who resists their tyrannical agenda.

Nobody expected Covid-19 to shut down the world the way it did, causing supply chain problems and leading to empty grocery store shelves here in the United States, a sight most of us thought was not possible to ever see. But those who were prepared ahead of time were far more secure than those who failed to guarantee that they would have the means to persist in an austere environment. The same is true for future cyber-attacks. Major outages will most likely come quickly and unexpectedly. Being proactive rather than reactive to these threats is crucial in affecting what the outcome will be when we do eventually face these challenges.

The security and peace of mind that a prepared and responsible citizen has when he knows he has done his due diligence in readying himself for the next disaster is his most valuable asset. You will only be as successful as you were prepared. It is beginning to look like we may have made it through the Covid lockdowns, but the next wave of psychological, cyber, and perhaps even physical attacks may not be so easily overcome.

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