The SPARS PANDEMIC 2025-2028, published by the Johns Hopkins Centre for Health Security in October 2017, is another of those amazingly prescient, yet “entirely fictional” scenario plans that ended up looking like the blueprint for the actual covid pseudo pandemici. It is in fact the prequel to that other freakishly coincidental pandemic wargame, Event 201, hosted in October 2019 (a few weeks before SARS-COV-2 hit the headlines) by the same institution along with the CIA and the World Economic Forum (WEF). What business does the CIA and its brainchild, the WEF, have going anywhere near public health strategy planning? Absolutely none, unless of course public health strategy is to be used as a nefarious special purpose vehicle for intelligence services and the global corporate oligarchy.
If you’re not yet up to speed on pandemic planning shenanigans, check out this brilliant investigative report by German journalist Paul Schreyer who traces the 20-year arc of pandemic simulation wargaming involving collaborations between the most prestigious medical scientific institutions, the mainstream media, and government intelligence agencies – the latter two being a very peculiar inclusion in any nexus of front-line public health strategy planning. This report by Schreyer is a vital contribution to the copious body of evidence demonstrating the Machiavellian planning which preceded the covid pseudo pandemic.
This particular scenario plan, which I will frequently refer to in this essay as the Pandemic Play, was “designed to illustrate the public health risk communication challenges” posed by an infectious disease outbreak. [emphasis added]. Important to stress from the outset – not actual public health risks, but PR risks. In short, it’s concerned with what those with unwashed brains would instantly recognise as brainwashing. For the purposes of this essay the question is, why bother dusting off a five-year-old simulated pandemic plan when the actual events have been slapping us in the face, and very hard I might add, for the past two years?
The answer to that is provided by a James Delingpole tweet which suggests that a key endpoint of the plan – ‘vaccination’ – was anticipated to fail. What’s more, having planned something they knew was destined to fail, the planners also banked on snatching victory from the jaws of defeat by escaping any meaningful punishment or opprobrium. As the evidence of the scale of the ‘vaccine’ atrocity mounts, there is a feeling, among those of us who are most aware and most disgusted with it all, that the tide is turning in our favour and we now have the planners up against the ropes. But is this true or have the pandemic planners merely adapted their own version of Ali’s famous rope-a-dope tactic?
Laying a trap like this makes perfect sense – if you’re going to come up with a plan as preposterous as the ‘Pandemic That Never Was’ to mass inject a ‘Vaccine That Never Was’, you really ought to make allowance for enough people getting wise and blowing the whistle. And that’s precisely what they did. The challenge for the true Machiavellian scholar is how to use the inevitable discovery to transform the heroes who expose the villainy into tragic figures who end up snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
We are in the Reveal stage of the pseudo pandemic – the denouement – but before we turn to the relevant part of the Pandemic Play to understand what the planners had in store at the time they wrote the final act, it would be remiss not to comment on the character of the document in its entirety.
Blurred lines – pandemic mitigation or pandemonium management?
It is a masterclass in absurdity which has its roots in the inherent contradiction in drafting a plan that purports to deal with the inevitable fallout of a manufactured crisis while pretending that the crisis is not manufactured. Its aim is to present failure scenarios to public health spin doctors, referred to as “public health risk communicators”, and invite them to “mentally rehearse responses” to these failures. But, in providing pitiful explanations for all the failure scenarios, it effectively exposes the Medical Counter Measures (MCMs) of a corrupt pseudo pandemic for the sham that they are.
Instead of mitigating the consequences of a real pandemic, the MCMs are the very things that perversely create the necessity for narrative spin and psyops. Which is of course exactly how it panned out when the plan was transported from the 2017 stage play into the real world. Lockdowns, masks, and mass vaccination were/are all massively destructive and therefore all necessitated military grade psyops to shoehorn them in. It tries to get around this by deflecting blame for MCM failure, which is presented in two ways: either as the inevitable consequence of being caught in the whirlwind of a pandemic – hence, ‘not our fault, guv’, or; not a failure at all but rather the appearance of failure stemming from the public’s incorrect perception of the situation – again, ‘not our fault, guv’! Stupid, stupid public!
Thus, the line between using communications as a tool to disseminate health information and using communications as a tool to manipulate public perception about health policies is blurred, and not skilfully either.
Medical and scientific issues are falsified through deliberate over-simplification, and front-line doctors, the second most important protagonists in a pandemic story after the patient, are conspicuous by their absence.
Because its primary aim is narrative spin, it’s an information warfare manual. The battleground is social media platforms, and the imperative is for public health agencies to adopt “a diverse range of social media technologies” since it is “the diversity of new information and media platforms” that is “challenging their technological grip”. Apposite choice of language since no dictator accepts a challenge to his grip.
In short, it describes a crisis which turns out not to be a crisis but primes public health officials to treat it as a crisis anyway. It describes treatments which turn out to be ineffective because the public is being used as experimental fodder, but challenges public health officials to come up with innovative ways to gaslight the public into believing this is how science is really supposed to work. It is a ‘public health’ psyops manual written by people without a conscience (pandemic planners) for people without a conscience (the “risk communicators”).
I have parsed some of the more ludicrous subplots in the Pandemic Play in footnotes to this essay under the following headings:
- Is there actually a problem?ii
- Get-out-of-jail card for vaccine producers automatically assumediii
- Just a spoonful of sugar makes the bad medicine go downiv
- Unsafe and ineffective? Switch the conversation to uncertaintyv
- Vaccine hesitancy – black arms mattervi
- Psychopaths also have a sense of humourvii
(Reading the footnotes isn’t essential to an understanding of the arguments I make in the main body of the article, but I hope they prove the underdeveloped mindset of the pandemic planners and the contempt in which they hold the public.)
Constructing a new reality – will they succeed?
While the Johns Hopkins Pandemic Play looks like The Moron’s Guide to Public Health Relations, it would be a mistake to conclude that the authors are themselves morons. The document looks bizarre precisely because it’s an instruction manual for people whose job is ad hoc reality dismantling and reconstruction – the “public health risk communicators”.
It is undoubtedly sinister because of its prediction of all the ‘errors’ and ‘mistakes’ that were made in the manufactured covid ‘pandemic’. In the latter sections of the document – the Reveal stage – the planners anticipate fallout from being unable to keep a lid on vaccine injury. Nevertheless, a somewhat happy ending for the pandemic planners is fashioned in their Pandemic Play. So, will they succeed in constructing the reality they desire?…