by Guy Page
Three years ago a ‘tabletop exercise’ wargamed a fictional pandemic eerily similar to the Covid-19 pandemic that broke out just weeks later. In October, the same global public health organizations wargaming another fictitious pandemic named SEERS (Severe Epidemic Enterovius Respiratory Syndrome 2025).
The Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in October 2019 conducted Event 201, a pandemic tabletop exercise. Within weeks, Covid-19 began to surface. This October’s exercise was called Catastrophic Contagion.
Some Vermont observers are taking note.
“Our favorite Transhuman Globalist Technocrats – you know, Bill and Melinda Gates, the “World Health Organization,” and those pointy-headed academic computer modelers at Johns Hopkins U – have delivered the Mother of all Holiday Gifts to Team Human – yet another PLANdemic known as “Severe Epidemic Enterovirus Respiratory Syndrome” (SEERS – get it?), to drop any year now,” said Rob Williams on his Vermont Independent video website. “Their plandemic war game scenarios project the emergence of a child-targeting “virus” leaving up to 15 million dead kids in its wake.”
Williams republished a fictitious news account prepared for Catastrophic Contagion (see above).
The following press release about Catastrophic Contagion is republished from today Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security website:
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, in partnership with WHO and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, conducted Catastrophic Contagion, a pandemic tabletop exercise at the Grand Challenges Annual Meeting in Brussels, Belgium, on October 23, 2022.
The extraordinary group of participants consisted of 10 current and former Health Ministers and senior public health officials from Senegal, Rwanda, Nigeria, Angola, Liberia, Singapore, India, Germany, as well as Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The exercise simulated a series of WHO emergency health advisory board meetings addressing a fictional pandemic set in the near future. Participants grappled with how to respond to an epidemic located in one part of the world that then spread rapidly, becoming a pandemic with a higher fatality rate than COVID-19 and disproportionately affecting children and young people.
Participants were challenged to make urgent policy decisions with limited information in the face of uncertainty. Each problem and choice had serious health, economic, and social ramifications.