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Discussion in 'The Kruse Longevity Center' started by Jack Kruse, May 15, 2021.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ClubHouse Carol was reportedly dissing me last night while I was off clubhouse. I have repeatedly warned people that there are bad actors in the BTC maxi rooms. So this AM I decided to show you who Carol works for. I am confident if you understand the linkage of the WEF to the economic rest you will see why Carol is the perfect plant to try to sway maxis on some key topics.

    Beware of Carol Redel on ClubHouse folks. She has been using her blockchain expertise as a cover (aided by many of the BTC maxi's on ClubHouse unknowingly) but I want you all to know what the WEF is up to. You have to do your due diligence to know your audience and know who is out there surveilling you in these BTC rooms.


    1. "What Have The World Economic Forum Got Planned For Us Next ?" The WEF is making quite the name for themselves when it comes to predicting events.

    2. In October 2019 there was Event 201 which predicted the Covid outbreak 7 weeks later. Fast forward to July 8, 2020, and the WEF hosted Cyber Polygon 2020 which was a month after they announced The Great Reset.
    https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/event201/about
    3. Another event that has slipped under the radar was Clade X in 2018. This was hosted by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security (JHCHS) who also hosted Event 201 a year later. Clade X was a pandemic tabletop exercise held in Washington, DC.

    4. JHCHS has received hundreds of millions from BMGF over a 20 yr period and is also in bed with the Rockefeller foundation. They have actually received 218 grants since 1999.

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    5. The purpose of the Clade X exercise was to illustrate high-level strategic decisions and policies that the United States and the world would need to pursue in order to prevent a pandemic or diminish its consequences should prevention fail.

    https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/events/2018_clade_x_exercise/
    6. So what about Cyber Polygon & Cyber Attacks. Who best to ask but Klaus Schwab "We all know, but still pay insufficient attention to the frightening scenario of a comprehensive cyberattack, which would bring to a complete halt to the power supply...

    7....transportation, hospital services our society as a whole. The COVID-19 crisis would be seen in this respect as a small disturbance in comparison to a major cyberattack....

    8. ...to use THE COVID-19 crisis as a timely opportunity to reflect on the lessons the cybersecurity community can call on & improve our preparedness for a potential cyber pandemic"

    Remember folks, ClubHouse Carol said to me on May 14th that Schwab was her friend.......and she is a managing director. This is what her friend recommends. There are wolves on CH and you better be a Harry Markopolos to spot them and call them out to the audience.
    9. But that’s not all. Jeremy Jurgens also backed up what Schwab said in a later interview in November, 3 months after Cyber Polygon took place. Jurgens is the Managing Director & Head of the WEFs Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

    10. He “warned of another crisis which would be faster and more significant than Covid 19”


    The central theme of the Cyber Polygon 2020 exercise was “Digital pandemic: how to prevent a crisis and to reinforce cybersecurity on all levels.”

    11. Its goals were to develop the teams’ competencies in repelling cyber attacks, engage the management of global organizations and corporations in the cybersecurity dialogue and raise public awareness in cybersecurity.
    https://cyberpolygon.com/agenda/

    12. One of the speakers was Tony Blair who spoke on “A time of change: how is 2020 transforming our attitude to digitalisation?” The same Tony Blair who is pushing vaccine passports and has received 15 mil from BMGF. He wanted to steal your freedom for a security trade. This is what WEF members advocate and believe. Caveat emptor on ClubHouse Carol.

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    13. In his talk he even said “Digital ID for me is a very big part of the future,” said Blair. “Inevitably, governments are going to move in this direction — absolutely, inevitably,” he added.
    https://cyberpolygon.com

    14. WEF has announced the 2021 Cyber Polygon edition will be taking place in July. It will simulate a fictional cyber attack with participants from dozens of countries responding to “a targeted supply chain attack on a corporate ecosystem in real-time”
    https://cyberpolygon.com
    15. On Jan 18th 2021 the WEF posted a minute long video about "A cyber-attack with Covid-like characteristics that would spread faster and further than any biological virus"


    16. What can we expect. Amy Zegart describes it best in a 2015 Tedtalk “But the cyber threats of tomorrow won't just make our information unsafe, they could make our physical world, unsafe too. The cyber threats of tomorrow could disable the cars that we drive the airplanes

    17. that we fly, they could turn off power or water to cities across the country for days or weeks or longer. They could incapacitate our military, or even turn our own weapons against us. The cyber threats of tomorrow.

    18...could affect anything that requires a networked computer to operate. And increasingly, that means everything” (Just go to 16.05 for the last 30 seconds)



    I should also add that Zegart is also in the WEF as well as the Council Of Foreign Relations. She has been on Maxi rooms with Carol before.
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    19. What has happened since Klaus & Jurgen’s proclamations. It seems like the pump is being primed. They are definitely sowing the seeds. There have been numerous attacks. Here are just a sample of some of them.

    20. In November 2020 Food-Supply Giant Americold Admits Cyberattack
    https://threatpost.com/food-supply-americold-cyberattack/161402/

    On November 16th 2020 the FBI tweeted out about cybersecurity, and even tagged the World Economic Forum.
    https://twitter.com/FBI/status/1328478916282118145
    #FBI Director Christopher Wray participated in the World Economic Forum's cybersecurity summit today to discuss the heart of the FBI’s cyber strategy: working with government and private partners to tackle the cyber threat as a global community.
    @wef
    http://ow.ly/JsLN50Cmhqg

    21. On May 9th 2021 there was an attack on a fuel pipeline operator in USA which services the eastern board of the States. Gas prices increased to their highest levels in 7 yrs. https://news.sky.com/story/colonial...rol-amid-shortages-in-eastern-states-12303710


    22. Less than a week later in Ireland the health service the HSE shut down its IT systems due to a cyber attack. They even went so far as to call it "possibly the most significant ever on the Irish State" (Remember what Schwab said about hospitals) https://www.irishtimes.com/news/hea...yber-attack-on-hse-computer-systems-1.4564957


    23. In what seems like something from a Hollywood script, the attackers have allegedly demanded Bitcoin payment as ransom. The ransomware is also a variant. You couldn’t make this stuff up if you tried. https://www.irishtimes.com/business...-after-cyberattack-could-take-weeks-1.4565598


    24. But who would stand to benefit? The globalists, the UN, the WEF all would because it is yet another of those global problems, requiring global solutions. These are Carol's friends........all the people who support fiat and despise BTC at its core. They want their own centralized CBDC for surveillance capitalism. What they want everyone to believe is that no one government or organization can save us but global governance can.

    25. I decided to compile this to educate my audience on ClubHouse of the dangers of not realizing COVID was a compliance test for the economic rest and it used GAVI and Gates as an intermediate to get the job done. Some of the WEF members have infiltrated CH and maxi rooms and most of the maxis have no idea who the sharks are. They still think alt coins scammers are the real enemy. I want you to be wiser. I want to be your Harry Markopolos with respect to Bitcoin. Carol is a Madoff type working for the WEF. Caveat emptor.
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Intellectual curiosity is a competitive advantage. But contrary to what you’ve been told, it has nothing to do with intelligence.
    Scrub Your Windows “Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won't come in.” - Isaac Asimov Curiosity is a light that can only enter when your mental windows are clean. Scrub them off now and then. Let the light in. You might evaporate your Dunning Kruger moments and become aware of new data that proves something that you previously thought impossible or untrue.

    Embrace “I Don’t Know” “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” - Socrates Avoid false confidence (and the people that display it!). Embracing what you do not know is a superpower. Recognize your gaps and blind spots. Slowly, methodically fill them in.

    Go Down Rabbit Holes When you find a spark of curiosity, dive in and don’t look back. You cannot control when they come, so you must embrace them when they do. The rabbit hole is the amusement park of the intellectually curious mind. Enjoy it!

    Ask “Dumb” Questions When we are young, we always ask “Why?” But over time, we develop a fear of asking the “dumb” question that may draw the ire of our peers. That fear stifles our intellectual curiosity. Fight it back. Face it. When in doubt, ask.

    Build Curiosity Circles Curiosity is communal. Find a group of friends who are motivated by learning and growth. Share ideas, learnings, and insights with each other. You’ll build bonds and have a constant source of stimulation for your intellectual curiosity.

    Make Learning the Goal Learning with a specific end goal in mind often becomes a chore - it is a fast track to stifled curiosity. Focus on the learning itself - not other outcomes. Take pride in learning something new every single day. “Learn as if you were to live forever.”

    Open Up to the World The diversity of human experience in our world is one of the greatest gifts to the intellectually curious mind. When you meet someone new, take a genuine interest in their lives and experiences. The world opens up to you when you open up to the world.

    Focus on Your Passions Forced learning is for school. It doesn’t work in practice. It stifles curiosity. Find what you truly enjoy learning about. It doesn’t matter what it is. It doesn’t have to be “intellectual” or impressive. Remember: You are learning for yourself!

    Read Flexibly Books are a life-changing investment that you can make for under $100. But to take advantage, you must read flexibly. Read what you love. Read what draws you in. When it stops doing so, put it down. Forced reading is the antidote to curiosity.
     
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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Intellectual curiosity is a competitive advantage. But contrary to what you’ve been told, it has nothing to do with intelligence.

    Scrub Your Windows “Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won't come in.” - Isaac Asimov Curiosity is a light that can only enter when your mental windows are clean. Scrub them off now and then. Let the light in. You might evaporate your Dunning Kruger moments and become aware of new data that proves something that you previously thought impossible or untrue.


    Embrace “I Don’t Know” “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” - Socrates Avoid false confidence (and the people that display it!). Embracing what you do not know is a superpower. Recognize your gaps and blind spots. Slowly, methodically fill them in.


    Go Down Rabbit Holes When you find a spark of curiosity, dive in and don’t look back. You cannot control when they come, so you must embrace them when they do. The rabbit hole is the amusement park of the intellectually curious mind. Enjoy it!


    Ask “Dumb” Questions When we are young, we always ask “Why?” But over time, we develop a fear of asking the “dumb” question that may draw the ire of our peers. That fear stifles our intellectual curiosity. Fight it back. Face it. When in doubt, ask.


    Build Curiosity Circles Curiosity is communal. Find a group of friends who are motivated by learning and growth. Share ideas, learnings, and insights with each other. You’ll build bonds and have a constant source of stimulation for your intellectual curiosity.


    Make Learning the Goal Learning with a specific end goal in mind often becomes a chore - it is a fast track to stifled curiosity. Focus on the learning itself - not other outcomes. Take pride in learning something new every single day. “Learn as if you were to live forever.”


    Open Up to the World The diversity of human experience in our world is one of the greatest gifts to the intellectually curious mind. When you meet someone new, take a genuine interest in their lives and experiences. The world opens up to you when you open up to the world.


    Focus on Your Passions Forced learning is for school. It doesn’t work in practice. It stifles curiosity. Find what you truly enjoy learning about. It doesn’t matter what it is. It doesn’t have to be “intellectual” or impressive. Remember: You are learning for yourself!


    Read Flexibly Books are a life-changing investment that you can make for under $100. But to take advantage, you must read flexibly. Read what you love. Read what draws you in. When it stops doing so, put it down. Forced reading is the antidote to curiosity.
     
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    “Learn as if you were to live forever.”
    Remember: You are learning for yourself!
     
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    15. On Jan 18th 2021 the WEF posted a minute long video about "A cyber-attack with Covid-like characteristics that would spread faster and further than any biological virus"


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    Comments to this video are priceless...
     
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  9. Jack Kruse

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    Blackrock/World Economic Forum What does the Mayor of a college town in the U.S. have in common with the President of France? The daughter of an American political family & Norwegian Royalty? Crenshaw & a Chinese Science Minister? Supposed Grassroots Tulsi and a young Kennedy?
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    How are they being used to participate in a global reset? And why are they all participating in a 5 year development program designed to place individuals into positions of power all across the world to drive the 4th industrial revolution?
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    Well lets peel some layers back and see just what is behind some of the “4th industrial revolution” and where it takes us as a world. "The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world"
    https://www.weforum.org/focus/the-great-reset
     
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  12. Jack Kruse

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    If a group can shift global net worth into their own sphere of influence, reap the rewards, and establish for themselves a fiefdom they are only repeating the course of human history as played out a thousand times over.
    If the WEF can influence several dozen industry leaders such as Blackrock to create a society in which a high percentage of people to rent a home for 50+yrs, what else can they also get them to subscribe to? Housing won’t account for all of the $120Trillion shift.

    How about transportation? Global transportation costs are about a 5-6Trillion dollar industry worldwide. If you don’t NEED to own a home, you don’t NEED to own a car. It doesn’t build wealth like equity in a home would, anyway. So, its an easier battle to convince you of.

    https://www.plunkettresearch.com/st...Industry-Statistics-and-Market-Size-Overview/
     
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  13. Jack Kruse

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    If they can get rid of Home ownership, which is replacing something of value with nothing of value, they can get you to utilize ride-shares or subscription transportation services.
    And if they know they can get you to do this, they’ll certainly position themselves to be at the forefront of that industry. And, oh look, they already have:
    https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-...A-120-Trillion-Transformation-On-Wall-St.html
     
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  14. Jack Kruse

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    If I can get you to rely on outside services for everything from housing to transport, what else do you not need to own. Your own business? Stocks? Clothing? This global shift of wealth is going to happen across every major industry to realign $120Trillion in capital
    Like they’ve told us. This isn’t just about the housing market. This is about a fundamental reorganization of how societies across the globe function. At the corner stone of this are property rights. And property rights are big deal.

    Property ownership parallels free speech. Show me a nation that values property ownership and I’ll show you a nation that similarly values free speech. Conversely, a nation that removes property rights or lessens their value, likely has acted similarly towards free speech.

    The whole thing is power consolidation to reshape how we live, interact, think and what we value. That changes society. Society is the genesis of government. Change society and you change government.

    And if society changes and government changes, the fundamental relationship we have with the industries, businesses and markets with which we interact has changed. But what are they changing in to?

    ESG’s. What are ESG’s? Environmental, Social, and Governance investing and financing. Some 3,100 major industry investors with $110 Trillion in assets under management have signed intent to support ESG investing.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/thebak...natural-gas-in-an-esg-future/?sh=684ab93b66e9
     
  15. Jack Kruse

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    What’s wrong with that you ask? It’s all about climate change, social consciousness and they place banners like this on their homepage so you feel good when you encounter them. But what are they REALLY doing?

    They’re picking winners and losers utilizing algorithms that replicate in a new way the system of social credit scores utilized by the Chinese Communist government. They aren’t just talking about environmental sustainability. That’s only 1 of the 3 letters in ESG.

    They’re talking about social compliance and governmental authority to regulate everything.

    The Social Credit Score system is a set of databases and initiatives that monitor and assess the trustworthiness of individuals, companies and government entities.

    Another Young Global Leader here - check out the WEF link with the future of our diets:
    WEF Young Global Leader; no surprise that the initiative is to be seen as a "Davos for food" with leading food multinationals in its slipstream (the 'plant-based' market being their new business model) - check this thread for background:

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  16. Jack Kruse

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    The cover of @TIME: the #GreatReset is coming. Swallow the pill, folks, for your own good. The #Davos aristocracy at @wef wants the best for you & is so kind to reset your lives in 2021. No need for democratic consultation, which would but slow down the process of your salvation.
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