The World Economic Forum shared its personal findings from its “Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2023” report, where they cited their own personal experts from their partners and communities, which should be quite suspicious to most of humanity, considering the group’s track record for mysteriously predicting disasters that they are openly behind developing.
Here are some details from the report:
“This is the result of research in collaboration with forums communities and our partner Accenture, which we’ve interviewed and sought input from over 300 executives globally,” said Jeremy Jurgens, WEF’s Managing Director & Head of the Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
“The most striking finding that we found is that 93% of cyber leaders and 86% of cyber business leaders believe the geopolitical instability makes a catastrophic cyber event likely in the next two years.”
The WEF is “predicting” catastrophic global cyber attacks. Pay attention,” ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) posted on Twitter on January 18, 2023, with a clip from the event.
The WEF is “predicting” catastrophic global cyber attacks
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) January 18, 2023
Our friends at We Love Trump (WLT) have some questions about what they saw:
Is the WEF warning humanity of a cyber attack their puppets will perpetuate?
Will it happen within two years? Who knows? The global elites have a knack for conspicuously telling the world their plans.
Consider what their partners at Accenture, who they mentioned in the clip, have to say about the new Utopia they are creating for the world:
- The World Economic Forum, in partnership with Accenture and Microsoft, continues its ambitious journey into the metaverse with the launch of its Global Collaboration Village.
- 80 leading organizations have joined as Village Partners in the Forum’s purpose-driven metaverse to bolster more diverse global collaboration and large-scale action.
- The first-ever multilateral session in the metaverse will be hosted in the Village at the Annual Meeting 2023 in Davos.
- For more information on the Annual Meeting 2023, visit www.wef.ch/wef23 or use #wef23 on social media.
Geneva, Switzerland, Jan. 17, 2023 – The World Economic Forum, in partnership with Accenture and Microsoft, today unveiled at its Annual Meeting 2023 a working prototype of its Global Collaboration Village, a purpose-driven metaverse where organizations can convene to learn about, create solutions for, and take action on the world’s most pressing challenges.
With partners from 80 leading organizations helping to shape the village’s development, participants from around the world joined the Forum in its first-ever interactive, multilateral session in the metaverse.
“With the Global Collaboration Village, we are creating the first public purpose-oriented application of the metaverse technology, building a true global village in the virtual space. Supported by a unique range of partners from the public and private sectors, the Village will use the frontier capabilities of the metaverse to find solutions for addressing the big issues of our time in a more open, inclusive and sustained way,” said Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum.
Julie Sweet, Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Accenture, added: “The metaverse will profoundly change every part of every business, bridging our physical and digital worlds, and over time will enable companies to create innovative new consumer products and services, transform their manufacturing and operations, and reimagine the way we collaborate and work.”
Brad Smith, Vice-Chair and President, Microsoft Corporation, said, “We believe the metaverse has the potential to fundamentally change the way we communicate and collaborate, overcoming limitations of the physical world to deliver enhanced connections for everyone. The Global Collaboration Village, powered by Microsoft Mesh, is a prime example of how we can use metaverse technology to bring people and communities together in new ways.”
FEEL SACRED YET?
Dont worry. The WEF has a plan for ‘perception gaps’ or ‘wrong think’ about their brave new ideas for humanity:
According to the WEF’s ‘Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2023’ Report:
“Global geopolitical instability has helped to close the perception gap between business and cyber leaders’ views on the importance of cyber-risk management, with 91% of all respondents believing that a far-reaching, catastrophic cyber event is at least somewhat likely in the next two years.”
It also states:
“Following from this, 43% of organizational leaders think it is likely that in the next two years,
a cyberattack will materially affect their own organization. This, in turn, means that in many cases, enterprises are devoting more resources to day-to-day defences than strategic investment.”
Noah at WLT comments: “Perhaps they’re attempting to generate fear in anyone watching the WEF summit. This isn’t the first time the WEF has warned of a cyber attack. Remember when Klaus Schwab issued this warning. He said COVID-19 would be a ‘small disturbance’ compared to a cyber attack.”
He cited a tweet: “WEF – Klaus Schwab, warning of the next ‘pandemic’, a cyber attack so vast it disconnects the internet. The new internet will only be accessible to those with biometric digital ID. Almost as if this is a plan,” Bernie’s Tweets (@BernieSpofforth) posted on Twitter on January 13, 2023.
WEF – Klaus Schwab, warning of the next ‘pandemic’, a cyber attack so vast it disconnects the internet.
The new internet will only be accessible to those with biometric digital ID.
Almost as if this is a plan 🤷♀️
— Bernie's Tweets (@BernieSpofforth) January 13, 2023