German journalist and author Paul Schreyer has produced an hour-long video in which he shows how a ‘war on bioterror’ was taking shape long before the emergence of Covid-19, foreshadowing and perhaps in many ways dictating the international response to the pandemic. The ‘war’ gathered pace during the 1990s and early 2000s with a series of high-level pandemic simulation exercises conducted among the most influential industrial nations of the West, as described here yesterday.
THE pandemic concerns went briefly into abeyance during the financial crisis of 2007-08, but emerged with greater intensity during the ‘swine flu’ panic of 2009. The outbreak prompted the prominent French economic and social theorist and visionary networker Jacques Attali to make a statement that Schreyer regards as crucial in helping us understand some of the ideas and forces that lie behind the current ‘global psychosis’, as I have described it, surrounding SARS-CoV-2. Governments worldwide have implemented hugely damaging lockdowns and mass experimental vaccinations after the escape of this genetically engineered virus rightly created alarm, but to which the response has been lethally disproportionate.
Attali has served as a special adviser in French politics for several decades, counselling presidents including Francois Mitterand, Nicolas Sarkozy and Emmanuel Macron. He predicted the subprime mortgage crisis that started in the US in 2007, and in 2009 was acclaimed as one of the world’s top 100 ‘global thinkers’ by the American news journal Foreign Policy. He is the head of an international consultancy on strategy, corporate finance and venture capital.
When swine flu struck in 2009, he wrote: ‘History teaches us that humanity advances in great strides if it is frightened. The pandemic now setting in might trigger one of those fears that cause structural changes. Then we will be able to lay the foundation for a world government, something to accomplish much faster than would have been possible by economic reasons alone.’
A year later, in 2010, a study with similar globalist concerns was published in the US, called ‘Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development’. It was financed by the Rockefeller Foundation, one of the oldest, wealthiest and most powerful private foundations in the world.
It included a section called ‘Lock Step’, in which 20 per cent of the global population were infected with a new virus and in seven months, eight million people were killed. The scenario was described as follows:
‘A deadly flu pandemic is spreading globally and leads to panic. China, with its restrictive approach, is seen as the paragon of effective crisis management and is widely emulated. Mask-wearing becomes mandatory everywhere. Authoritarian control of citizens is imposed and remains in place even after the pandemic is over. Citizens willingly give up their sovereignty and liberties. It is only after around ten years of top-down rule that people start rebelling.’