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A Look Back at Canada’s July 8, 2022 Mass Cyber Infrastructure Outage and the July 8, 2022 WEF Cyber Polygon Event that Never Was


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Here’s a reminder that Canada experienced a countrywide cyber infrastructure outage on July 8, 2022; the exact same day the World Economic Forum was supposed to conduct one of its “Cyber Polgyon” events, which would have aimed to analyze how a global network of governments would respond to a cybersecurity attack with similar results as the outage. The coincidental timing of the two events, as well as the subsequent (and apparently indefinite) postponement of the latter exercise has fueled speculation the Canadian outage was a test-run for a future global cybersecurity attack the WEF has planned.


The globalist “elites” that evidently control the overwhelming majority of world governance and big business activity love to plan out their crimes against humanity before they commit them. But while most people who are “awake” to the extensive, decades-long planning that went into the COVID-19 scam, there was another, far less discussed example of—possible—criminal planning and execution from 2022: the mass internet and financial services outage that occurred across Canada on July 8, 2022 that lasted for approximately 24 hours and coincided with the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Cyber Polygon” event slated for the exact same day.

In a now apparently deleted TikTok post from user Canadian Girl (canadian.girl.7) the young conservative mother and member of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) pointed out the coincidental timing of the major Canadian outage and the mysteriously planned-but-then-postponed WEF Cyber Polygon cybersecurity event. Canadian Girl notes in her TikTok video that “On July 8th [2022] Canada experienced something odd: debit and credit machines [went] down. [The] internet [went] down. Cell service [went] down. But not just in one location…[but] all across Canada.”

On the same day, the budding internet personality notes, the WEF hosted its annual cybersecurity event, in which the globalist organization “[simulated] out what would happen if we experienced a real-life cyber attack.” Canadian Girl speculates that Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, “one of [WEF leader] Klaus Schwab’s favorite puppets to use, [was] the first to volunteer up his nation” as a “test-run” for countrywide cyber attacks on critical internet and financial infrastructure.

While Canadian Girl incorrectly claims the WEF’s Cyber Polgyon event took place on July 8, 2022, it’s true that it was supposed to take place on the same day as Canada’s outage. An outage that, as media outlets like The Guardian reported on July 8, 2022, caused the country to suffer “A major outage of mobile and internet networks [that] caused widespread disruptions across Canada… affecting banks, police emergency lines and customers… .” The Guardian added that it was the second such “outage” that occurred in the country in recent years, with the first happening 15 months prior.

The cause of the outage—which affected millions of Canadians—was, reportedly, a failed “system update” implemented by telecommunications giant Rogers Communications Inc. In a CBC article posted on July 10 Rogers President and CEO Tony Staffieri said that the corporation “narrowed the cause to a network system failure following a maintenance update in [Rogers’] network, which caused some of [the corporation’s] routers to malfunction… .”

The CBC post added that “Staffieri apologized for the outage, adding that ‘[Rogers was] particularly troubled that some customers could not reach emergency services and [that it was] addressing the issue as an urgent priority.”

Of course, as a standalone event, Rogers’ outage seems like it was a simple anomaly; a reasonable one at that considering the complexity of today’s interconnected digital infrastructure. Considered in the context of WEF’s would-be Cyber Polygon event, however, “conspiracy theorists” seem to have reasonable grounds to suspect there was some foul play involved. Especially considering the WEF has been seemingly champing at the bit to see a large cyber attack play out on a countrywide scale.

As Herr Fuhrer Klaus Schwab himself warned on July 8, 2020 (in the video immediately above posted to YouTube by iceagefarmer.com), the world “pays insufficient attention to the frightening scenario of a comprehensive cyber attack, which would bring… a complete halt to the power supply, transportation, [and] hospital services… .” Schwab added that “the COVID-19 crisis would be seen, in this respect, as a small disturbance in comparison.” He also referred to the potential attack as a “cyber pandemic.”

In response to the claimed threat, the WEF held multiple Cyber Polygon events in 2020 and 2021. However, unlike the first two events, the 2022 Cyber Polygon was seemingly postponed indefinitely. This, of course, leads to the question: Was the 2022 Cyber Polygon event still conducted, but as a real-life test-run for a cyber attack that the organization itself plans on executing sometime in the future?

While one could argue that the Rogers outage was just that—an outage—and therefore not related to any kind of test-run cyber attack, the net outcome was apparently the same. The event also resulted in authorities such as Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne calling for more government oversight and coordination with large communications corporations like Rogers; the exact goal of events like Cyber Polygon. As Mikhail Mishustin notes in the 2021 video immediately above (from that year’s Cyber Polygon event), for example, the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation notes that “most countries are ready to work together to solve issues of global cyber stability.” He adds that cybersecurity threats like those analyzed at the Cyber Polygon events “opens the prospect for wider cooperation [amongst disparate nations]… and [allows for the mapping of] a safe course of digital development for… humankind for years ahead.”

Ultimately, it’s impossible for we normies to determine definitively whether or not Canada’s July 8, 2022 infrastructure outage was indeed a test-run for inevitable WEF coordinated cybersecurity attacks. But one thing is undeniable: cybersecurity attacks in general are on the rise, and not just in Canada. There is now speculation that Australia, likewise, is providing a testing ground for mass-scale coordinated cybersecurity attacks. (A recent phenomenon that is expoounded on in the post embedded immediately above.) Like Canada, it appears that Aussie leaders are all too ready to bend the knee to Schwab and whatever machinations he has planned for a dangerously interconnected world.


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