The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently published a document alerting of a significant cyberattack that compromises “U.S. government agencies, critical infrastructure entities, and private sector organizations.”
According to A.P., the hack, which an unnamed official dubbed “the worst hacking case in the history of America,” was far-reaching, “compromising” Federal agencies and “critical infrastructure”.
National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) was also reportedly affected. Politico is reporting “sources directly familiar with the matter” as stating: “The Energy Department and National Nuclear Security Administration, which maintains the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile, have evidence that hackers accessed their networks as part of an extensive espionage operation that has affected at least half a dozen federal agencies.”
Senator Deb Fischer, who is chair of the subcommittee that oversees our nuclear forces, said, “I have great confidence in the safety and security of our nuclear weapons. Nevertheless, I’m troubled by reports that hackers accessed the National Nuclear Security Administration’s network.”
For those following the World Economic Forum, the cyberattack that we are currently witnessing is not all that shocking. That is because WEF has been strongly cautioning the world that the next “crisis” would be dealing with cybersecurity.
In a Round Table on “The Great Reset in Bible Prophecy” late last month with Jan Markell and Amir Tsarfati, Pastor Barry Stagner discussed the WEF’s clear and open dialogue of a future large-scale cybersecurity breach.
“One of the things that just happened this past year on July 8th, the spokesman for the world economic forum came out and said clearly and openly without hesitation that there is coming another crisis very soon that will make COVID-19 pale in comparison,” Stagner explained. “It will have a greater economic impact by far than COVID-19 has had on the global economy, and he said that crisis is in relation to cybersecurity.”
“In other words,” Pastor Barry continued, “there is coming a cyberattack, and media outlets are reporting it all over the world that there have been countless cyber threats on the power grids of different countries, including the united states. Every single day, thousands of attacks have been thwarted on the power grid in the U.S.”
“They’re already pitching this. They’re already greasing the skids, so to speak, preparing us. That the next wave is coming, and it’s going to be far worse than this wave, and it’s going to come in the form of a cybersecurity breach,” he reiterated.
The comments Barry Stagner was referencing came from Klaus Schwab, who warned of a so-called “cyber pandemic” back in July:
“We all know but still pay insufficient attention to the frightening scenario of a comprehensive cyberattack, which would bring to a complete halt the power supply, transportation, hospital services, our society as a whole. The COVID-19 crisis would be seen, in this respect, as a small disturbance in comparison to a major cyberattack… It is important to use the COVID-19 crisis as a timely opportunity to reflect on the lessons cybersecurity community can draw and improve our preparedness for a potential cyber pandemic.”
In June, WEF also published an article titled, “What the COVID-19 pandemic teaches us about cybersecurity – and how to prepare for the inevitable global cyberattack” [emphasis added].
In this article, they urge the public that what they should really fear is a “COVID-like incident” they call “cyber-COVID”:
We should prepare for a COVID-like global cyber pandemic that will spread faster and further than a biological virus, with an equal or greater economic impact…
Our “new normal” isn’t COVID-19 itself – it’s COVID-like incidents.
And a cyber pandemic is probably as inevitable as a future disease pandemic. The time to start thinking about the response is – as always – yesterday.
They then list how some of the lessons the world has used from COVID can be applied to cybersecurity and then present a chilling scenario:
If cyber-COVID mirrored the pathology of the novel Coronavirus, 30% of infected systems would be asymptomatic and spread the virus, while half would continue functioning with performance severely degraded – the digital equivalent of being in bed for a week. Meanwhile 15% would be “wiped” with total data loss, requiring a complete system reinstall. Finally, 5% would be “bricked” – rendering the device itself inoperable.
The end result: millions of devices would be taken offline in a matter of days.
The only way to stop the exponential propagation of cyber-COVID would be to fully disconnect all vulnerable devices from one another and the internet to avoid infection. The whole world could experience cyber lockdown until a digital vaccine was developed. All business communication and data transfers would be blocked. Social contact would be reduced to people contactable by in-person visits, copper landline, snail-mail or short-wave radio.
The WEF goes on to tout their Centre for Cybersecurity as an “example of an organization addressing systemic cybersecurity challenges and improving digital trust across institutions, businesses, and individuals.”
The list of the Centre of Cybersecurity’s partners includes Microsoft, Mastercard, IBM, The Bank of America, Huawei, PayPal, Oxford, Amazon, and many more.
This is not the first time the World Economic Forum has appeared “prophetic” in their preparedness for coming crises. Back in October of 2019, they and others hosted “event 201”, in which they simulated a global pandemic scenario using a “fictional Coronavirus” mere months before the virus COVID struck. Find more information about this here.
Of course, there is no genuine suggestion that the WEF, Bill Gates, and others speak “prophetically” when they warn of chaos before it strikes. More, that they were involved in implementing such a controlled and agenda-progressing crisis in one way or another.
The globalists are so confident that the wheels of global change are already in motion that they have become basically open about their plans.
WEF and the global elites did not waste any time once the world became locked down by the relatively mild Coronavirus. They certainly did not allow that “crisis” to go to waste. Instead, they used it as an opportunity to brazenly push for a “Great Reset,” which John Kerry reassures us “will happen with greater speed and with greater intensity than a lot of people might imagine.”
This current cyber incident may not be the main event of this “foretold” meltdown. However, it was certainly enough to tweak the ears of those who have been following WEF’s “observations” of possible global threats.
Microsoft, which is also among partners with the World Economic Forum’s “Center for Cybersecurity,” published an article on December 17th titled, “A moment of reckoning: the need for a strong and global cybersecurity response.” In this article, they urged the nations of the world to work together to combat the severe cybersecurity threat in the “coming months”:
Moreover, a coalition of more than 145 global technology companies have signed on to the Cybersecurity Tech Accord – committing themselves to upholding four principles of responsible behavior to promote peace and security online, including opposing cyberattacks against innocent civilians and enterprises.
The coming months will present a critical test, not only for the United States but for other leading democracies and technology companies…
It is the type of international assault that requires the type of collective response that shows that serious violations have consequences… The defense of democracy requires that governments and technology companies work together in new and important ways – to share information, strengthen defenses and respond to attacks. As we put 2020 behind us, the new year provides a new opportunity to move forward on all these fronts.
Brad Smith, the author of the article, also took a shot at Israel, saying they have “a strong cybersecurity ecosystem that can be drawn into dangerous support of authoritarian regimes.”
What other freedoms will be snatched if the world is plunged into a cyber-pandemic; if COVID will pale in comparison to its devastation, as Klaus Schwab said?
The Coronavirus caused the world to lockdown, happily relinquish fundamental freedoms, close churches, suppress free speech, wear masks (which are damaging to health and do not protect from COVID), comply with “contact tracing,” as well as other drastic impositions.
In December of 2019, such government overreach would have rightfully appeared shocking and radical, and yet these changes were accepted with virtually no opposition. Was this the “power of panic”?
Is this the same reason that the antichrist and his global government will be given so much leeway with the populous after the Rapture? It was more extraordinary back in December 2019 to think that the antichrist during the Tribulation could cause the vast percentage of the population to agree to receive the “mark of the beast” (spoken of in Revelation 13:16-18). But in December 2020… it no longer appears so strange that people could be so easily deceived.
Just as Jan Markell explained in her article “Top Ten Bible Prophecy Stories of 2020,” the world longs for a savior in the midst of meltdown.
“With the world in a meltdown mode, millions are looking for just one superhuman man to bring back peace and prosperity,” Jan wrote. “He is waiting in the wings! Most have rejected Jesus Christ. They will cheer for a short season for the antichrist.”