3 March 2022 - 3:26 pm
With the escalation of things in Ukraine and global politics, resulting in more sanctions being placed on Russia, the warnings about retaliatory cyber-attacks by Russia on US banks are also part of the narrative. On 28th February 2022 the Reuters website published an article titled “U.S. banks prepare for cyber attacks after latest Russia sanctions”. According to this article…
Western governments have warned for weeks that the tensions could spark massive cyber attacks from Russia or its supporters. Some executives said the latest measures may be the trigger.https://www.reuters.com/markets/europe/us-banks-prepare-cyber-attacks-after-latest-russia-sanctions-2022-02-27/
Have they now? Who else is saying this? Well…
“Banks are incredibly prepared. They have taken out their playbooks and it’s practice, practice, practice,” said Valerie Abend, who leads Accenture’s global financial services security group.
Accenture, remember that name, as it will come up again later on.
As it turns out “western governments” are not the only ones that have been doom-mongering about this, although Russia wasn’t named as the instigator, they were part of the “practice, practice, practice” led by our old friends, the World Economic Forum (WEF), you know that “International NGO, lobbying organisation” who’s motto is “Committed to improving the state of the world”. As with the Event 201 and it’s timely scheduling just two months before the exact thing they, i.e. the Centre for Health Security, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and (surprise) the WEF, rehearsed for allegedly happened, the very thing the WEF and it’s Cyber Polygon project has been rehearsing for the last 3 years is being projected to happen imminently.
Cyber Polygon is, as the website explains…
…an annual online event where organizations get to assess their level of resilience to cyberattacks as well as exchange best practices with the global community. The initiative is supported by INTERPOL and the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurityhttps://cyberpolygon.com/
This annual event started in 2019 also shortly before the COVID scam kicked off, and the 2020 event was held while the rest of us were told to stay at home and take Government handouts because a deadly virus was ravaging the planet. This event is branded as an “online event”, and aspects of it are of course, as it is allegedly a training ground for cyber-security “experts”.
If you look at the gallery about the 2020 Cyber Polygon event you’ll see some interesting names that featured heavily. There are welcoming remarks from Klaus Schwab of the WEF, and also Mikhail Mishustin who just happens to be the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation. There is a chat about how “2020 transforming our attitude to digitalisation” between UK ex-PM Tony Blair and Herman Gref, the CEO of Sberbank which according to Wikipedia is “is a state-owned Russian banking and financial services company headquartered in Moscow”. There is also a chat between Sebastian Tolstoy who is the Director General for Ericsson Russia and Alexey Kornya who is the President and CEO of MTS which is the leading telecommunications group in Russia. There is a conversation between ex-BBC mouthpiece Nik Gowing and Russian-American journalist Vladimir Pozner about the new “digital pandemic” of “fake news”, contributions from top brass from IBM, Visa, other Russian politicians and closing words from another Sberbank executive board member, Stanislav Kuznetsov.
This was held in July of 2020 when many people around the world were under house-arrest by their respective Governments, masks were being forced on anyone permitted to step outside their homes and this “online” exercise went ahead as you can see from images such as these from the photo gallery…
Mmmmhmmm, “online”, right.
Let’s just put aside the distinct lack of “COVID measures” in place in these photos that the rest of the world’s public was having forced upon them and think back to that roster of contributors. There was one country that seemed over-represented if anything, did you spot it?
Perhaps we should ask our very own Tony Blair why was the world’s premier cyber-attack preparedness and training events chock full of Russians? I’m not saying that Russians are all cyber-attackers looking to threaten “western democracy” but we did hear that relentlessly for the 4 years Donald Trump was president of the USA, starting in 2016. The Russian Government it was claimed by virtually all the major news outlets and politicians, had hacked the 2016 US election and were a “threat to our democracy”. This story was perpetuated for 4 years, and during that time the WEF teamed up with Russian politicians, Russian company execs, Russian State-owned bank CEOs and so on, to prepare the world for an impending cyber-attack.
The WEFs Centre for Cybersecurity “founding partners” are listed as:
- Palo Alto Networks
- Saudi Aramco
…if you check their website today.
If you’d checked it back in January 2022 (web archive link) you’d see one more name on that list. Sberbank, the “state-owned Russian banking and financial services company headquartered in Moscow”. Something has happened to make the WEF remove Sberbank from that list of founders. I wonder what?
The WEF also used to list Cyber Polygon on their website directly as one of their “projects” as you can see from this archived version of the page from January 2022. If you go there today (at the time of writing) you’ll get this…
Something seems to be making the WEF put some distance between them, Cyber Polygon and the Russian State Bank that helped found the entire WEF Centre for Cybersecurity. I wonder what?
The Centre for Cybersecurity is unsurprisingly also partnered with the “world’s 1000 leading companies” according to their website. Some of the companies in that list are:
- Banco Santander
- Bank Julius Baer
- Bank of America
- China Huaneng Group
- Credit Suisse
- Dell Technologies
- Gulfstream Aerospace
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- Huawei Technologies
- JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- Palantir Technologies
- Standard Chartered Bank
- State Grid Corporation of China
- Tata Consultancy Services
- Zurich Insurance Group
All these companies involved with the Centre for Cybersecurity and the Cyber Polygon project, and the dastardly Russians too. How very odd.
You’ll see Accenture at the top of that list. Remember them from earlier? Valerie Abend from Accenture was quoted earlier in the Reuters article about the impending Russian cyber-attacks on the financial systems. Accenture was and is heavily involved in all the aspects of the Cyber Polygon project that has for the last 3 years been working with Russian Government people, finance houses and tech companies. What a small world.
In fact the very first Cyber Polygon in 2019 was held in Moscow. According to their report, BI.ZONE which is the “Organiser” of Cyber Polygon is “the cybersecurity subsidiary of Sberbank”, the Russian bank that has just vanished off the list of founding partners.
Are we supposed to believe that the world’s foremost experts on cyber-security were duped by the Russians for three years and involved them directly in the training and preparedness events and forums for global cyber-attack mitigation and defence? Really? Or is it more likely that this entire thing is another pending false flag, an intentionally prepared “cyber-pandemic” that will require massive intervention, all predicated on the incredibly fortuitous timing of Putin “going crazy”?
There is much more going on with the Ukraine/Russia scenario than meets the eye, and this cyber-attack thing is just part of it. I will be looking at other aspects too, but it takes time to follow trails, collect evidence and so on. These are complex matters with many overlapping and competing interests, even if they are overarchingly about the same general thing, e.g. The Great Reset or New World Order stuff.
One thing is for certain, none of this is what it appears, or what the media and Governments are saying it is, and that goes for all of them. This is not a pro-Russia or anti-Russia article or website. It is pro-truth, anti-corruption and anti-lies, full stop.