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Obama's Weird New Movie And America's Extreme Vulnerability To Cyber Attack

• Alt-Market.com - Brandon Smith

This article was written by Brandon Smith and originally published at Birch Gold Group

There has been a lot of buzz lately about a recently released film by Netflix titled 'Leave The World Behind' based on a novel by the same name.  The plot revolves around a catastrophic collapse in the US triggered by a cyber attack (and mass drone attack) that shuts down the internet and disrupts the global economy, leading to questions of who might have been behind the sabotage?

The most interesting aspect of the film is not so much the story (which is lackluster at best), but the fact that Barack Obama was so deeply involved in the making of the film as executive producer and as adviser on the script. This has led many people to suggest the movie is actually predictive programming – Propaganda designed to acclimate the masses to the idea of an event that is planned to happen in the near future.

Similar concerns were raised back in 2021 when the World Economic Forum oversaw a "war game" called Cyberpolygon, an event meant to simulate a massive cyber attack on the vulnerable functions of the world-wide web. The reason Cyberpolygon raised so many eyebrows was perfectly understandable; the WEF had also hosted another simulation at the end of 2019 called Event 201. The game, which included the CEOs of some of the most powerful health and media corporations in the world along with numerous government officials, "coincidentally" focused on the outbreak of a global coronavirus pandemic, and it was held only a couple of months before the real thing happened.


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