WEC PEDDLES TOP-DOWN DIGITAL MENTAL HEALTH “INITIATIVE”

The World Economic Forum has money-lubricated tentacles in governments around the world and routinely uses that influence to push its agenda, including its cherished “Great Reset.”

A new “Global Governance Toolkit for Digital Mental Health” was released by the organization in early April.

The 72-page policy advisory takes no responsibility for the crisis-level mental health problems caused by its previous COVID-related lockdown recommendations. It also repeatedly touts “equitable” solutions as a primary goal, without mentioning the huge widening of the wealth gap caused by COVID-19 policies it promulgated.

In typical elitist fashion, the paper lays out a top-down flow of regulatory “change” and “innovation,” decided by a small group of experts:

Globalist think tank WEC > World Governments > Health Care and Tech Industries > Municipalities > Health Care Orgs and Providers

The toolkit disparagingly defines any local health organizations that maintain independence from larger globalist-controlled health entities as ineffectively isolated and “siloed.” It casts doubt on any treatment innovations that occur beyond the labs of Big Pharma and academia, “where lack of oversight leads to the promotion of unproven treatments.”

Predictably, the Toolkit advocates for greater and more centralized data collection, while paying no attention to the abuses and mental health effects of such a comprehensive surveillance system:

“As with physical health, systems of data gathering and sharing are imperfect across mental healthcare systems, making it harder to gather the required data to make clinical mental health decisions or refer consumers, and more difficult to create the links with other health initiatives, all leading to mental disorders being underreported or misreported.”

Any innovation that develops and flows from local entities or companies, or involves solutions or organizations that compete with different solutions and ideas, is derided. For instance, the paper frowns on the unregulated proliferation of mental health tech apps:

“There are more than 10,000 apps related to mental health in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. The overwhelming majority of those 10,000 apps, it should be noted, are not currently evidence-based.”

The WEC Toolkit cites a “study” to justify its claim. But the cited study wasn’t even designed to assess the 10,000 apps for the “evidence” behind them. The study’s abstract stated it involved less than 150 patients and was not about assessing 10,000 mental health apps at all. In other words, the WEC Toolkit’s claim about mental health apps lacking evidence is deceptive and lacking in evidence.

And so it is with much of the Toolkit. The document can be read as elites trying to hijack control of “disruptive” innovations like blockchain technologies and local entities and innovations, to set the agenda according to its ideologically-driven goals.

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  1. harlow53 3 weeks ago

    The proposed drill of CyberPolygon 2021 is a drill for a repeat of Cyber Polygon 2020 for a GLOBAL CYBER-ATTACK IN JULY 2021 on major financial institutions and digital security of digital systems worldwide is planned as another drill like the type of drill the WEC and WEF rolled out under Cover of the COVID-19 Plandemic. The Elites are going to double down on centralized attacks on the world’s populations.WE ARE FOREWARNED ALREADY, REMEMBER THIS WARNING AND PREPARE!!!

    DRILLS AS COVERS FOR REAL OPERATIONS: A CYBER-DEMIC?
    30 Comments / Call it Conspiracy / By Joseph P. Farrell
    One would have to look far and wide in alternative researchdom, I suppose, to find anyone who wasn’t a bit suspicious about “drills” being used as cover for real operations. Anyone familiar with the deep background story of 9/11 is aware of a raft of military and civilian drills occurring on that day, many of which conveniently mimicked aspects of the real happenings that day, including injecting “false returns” on radar for jets that weren’t really there, hijackings, and so on. Similarly, many are aware of the Event 201 “pandemic drill” of 2020 that, again, mimicked almost perfectly the covid planscamdemic. Indeed, some people argue that “they” simply took the Event 201 “drill” live with the planscamdemic.

    So in the spirit of forewarned is forearmed, this article shared by E.G. should be carefully pondered, for the subject is a massive “drill” to game out a large scale cyber-attack, and the resulting collapse of supply chains:

    A new cyberattack simulation, Cyber Polygon, will occur in July 2021.

    Here’s the gist:

    The WEF, Russia’s Sberbank, and its cybersecurity subsidiary BIZONE announced in February that a new cyberattack simulation would occur July 9, 2021. The event will simulate a supply-chain cyberattack similar to the SolarWinds attack that would “assess the cyber resilience” of the exercise participants.

    From the Article written by Whitney Webb and Johnny Vedmore, “From Event 201 To Cyber Polygon: The WEF’s Simulation Of A Coming Cyber Pandemic” :

    The exercise comes several months after the WEF, the “international organization for public-private cooperation” that counts the world’s richest elite among its members, formally announced its movement for a Great Reset, which would involve the coordinated transition to a Fourth Industrial Revolution global economy in which human workers become increasingly irrelevant. This revolution, including its biggest proponent, WEF founder Klaus Schwab, has previously presented a major problem for WEF members and member organizations in terms of what will happen to the masses of people left unemployed by the increasing automation and digitalization in the workplace.

    New economic systems that are digitally based and either partnered with or run by central banks are a key part of the WEF’s Great Reset, and such systems would be part of the answer to controlling the masses of the recently unemployed. As others have noted, these digital monopolies, not just financial services, would allow those who control them to “turn off” a person’s money and access to services if that individual does not comply with certain laws, mandates and regulations.
    Now as regular readers of this website are well aware, I have little use and almost nothing but scorn for Ernst Stavro Klaus Blohschwab and the World Economic Fleecing(which is what we call the World Economic Forum on this website). So I would put nothing bast them but to stage another drill, and then attempt to “turn it live”.

    But what really intrigues me here is that the World Economic Fleecing is actually admitting something that I and others have been trying to warn about for some time: an all-digital world with digital “currencies” and digital “trades” in digital “securities” and “equities” is just asking for trouble… beaucoups trouble, and that for a very simple reason: it’s a single point of failure that could be brought down by any number of methods: cyber-attacks (or hacking as we used to say), massive power failure, electro-magnetic pulse, or as simple a thing as coordinated special teams attacks on the actual hardware choke points holding it all together (think of those attacks on California electrical sub-stations in Sillycon Valley or the cable-cutting in San Franfreakshow a few years ago). Here’s their admission in all its cold, stark, reality:

    The newly updated event website, Cyber Polygon 2021, ominously warns as the world is more interconnected and global digitalization accelerates “a single vulnerable link is enough to bring down the entire system, just like the domino effect. A secure approach to digital development today will determine the future of humanity for decades to come.”
    So has Mr. Globaloney learned his lesson?

    Hardly, for as the article goes on to note, such pre-fab crises often pop up when Mr. Globaloney wants to institute some sort of major change. As the above quotation also suggests, however, that change is still predicated on digital systems: “A secure approach to digital development today will determine the future of humanity for decades to come.”

    Uh huh…

    To put that point a bit differently, the world’s current system is sort of like a digital version of a Rube Goldberg machine, or a digital version of the old children’s game Mouse Trap: a hopelessly overly complex contraption designed to do a simple thing: in this case, catch a mouse (See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrXjo9saurg). So the solution that Mr. Globaloney wants is apparently to add more digital versions of rubber bands, cranks, cogs, gears, winches, pulleys, strings, and other contraptions to it. All those things, like the game, are I suspect to keep us all busy and occupied marveling at how it all works and missing it when it doesn’t…

    …except there’s a question being dodged, and it’s a significant one, and we can cast it in two forms: (1) What will Mr. Globaloney be using? and (2) how did we ever survive handling supply chains, running railroads, truck companies, ships, and airplanes for all those years without computers? How did all those countries at the beginning of World War One move all those millions of men into the exact position to the square yard for the start of military operations without computers and do so in a matter of a mere three to four weeks? How did we ever manage to buy and sell stocks, go to the grocery store? In short, transact? How will we run all those freight trains and trucks and supplies without computers?

    Lessee… well, there were things called invoices, bills of exchange, bills of lading, semaphores, checks, cash, telephones, telegraphs, Pony Expresses, stage coaches, and steam engines(all highly secure from cyber attacks and electro-magnetic pulse, though vulnerable to things like Comanches and robbers and pirates). We navigated the oceans without GPS, by using old fashioned things like astrolabes and compasses and sextants (and with our digital reliance, could we navigate using such things now? Would we even remember how?) We designed and built those ships and steam engines and airplanes using slide rules and drafting tables…not CAD (Computer Aided Design).

    In short, we did it. And to put it country simple: analogue worked… and worked well…

    Don’t forget it, because Mr. Globaloney would like us all to think he has, and that we should

  2. John Jevtic 3 weeks ago

    Interesting, was listening to video this am warning of this such event.

  3. harlow53 3 weeks ago

    Another look at the crazy Ellite money and currency scams:

    WOOPS… BETTER CHECK THE EXPIRATION DATE…
    28 Comments / Babylon’s Banksters / By Joseph P. Farrell
    For quite some time I and others have been trying to warn about such people as Mr. Globaloney, Mr. Central Bankster, Ernst Stavro Klaus von Blohschwab of the World Economic Fleecing …er… World Economic Forum and their push for digital “currencies” and so on. Among our concerns have been the following: (1) no cyber-system is ultimately secure; (2) digital currencies are a single point of failure, as they are potentially vulnerable to cyber attacks such as (a) hacking (or cyber warfare), (b) catastrophic hardware failure due to such causes as electro-magnetic pulse, actual physical sabotage, or power outages, and so on, and (3) such “currencies” are when coupled to a system of “social credit” not currencies at all, but corporate coupons whose “value” can be adjusted at the whim of Mr. Central Bankster, and so on.

    Well, hold on to your hats, because K.B. spotted the following story and passed it along (a big thank you for doing so!), and wait until you read what it says:

    https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/chinas-digital-yuan-comes-expiration-date

    In case you missed it, here it is:

    To be sure, none of this is actually new as we have discussed all these nuances of the digital yuan before. What is now, is this blurb in the WSJ article:

    The money itself is programmable. Beijing has tested expiration dates to encourage users to spend it quickly, for times when the economy needs a jump start.
    And there you have it: the Keynesian wet dream to boost the velocity of mean finally comes true. For the past decade we have joked that it is only a matter of time before central banks slap on an expiration date on every monetary unit in circulation…

    … to offset the creeping petrification of the monetary system, where negative rates have sparked even more saving and not spending as central banks had intended…
    Why, this is such a niftily stupid idea that only Mr. Globaloney and Mr. Central Bankster could think of it: what better way of preventing people from actually being able to save money than to put an expiration date on it!? Now, my mother was an assiduous coupon-clipper, and by “coupon” I mean the kind that used to come in magazines for a certain amount of money off the retail price of a particular product, not the kind of coupon that comes on a bond, whether corporate or sovereign, though with this news, that distinction appears to be quite blurred. Indeed, as the article itself details, the trial run for this nonsense meant people had to spend their corporate yuan-coupons in certain designated stores (fancy that!) rather than, as with ordinary and real currency, being able to spend it anywhere.

    And with the precedent established of only being able to spend such “currency” in particular stores (which presumably specialize in certain types of retail products), one can envision the extension of the “coupon-‘currency'” to “soap and toiletries yuans,” “automobile yuans,” “travel yuans”… you name it. And of course, “currency” only spendable at certain places on certain types of things isn’t currency either. It’s a coupon.

    In any case, this little bit of news all but makes the point I and others like Catherine Austin Fitts have been trying to make: digital currency is not a currency at all, it’s a corporate coupon, and like all coupons, it comes with an expiration date. Currencies do not. But patience, give them time, pretty soon they’ll think of that too. Want to get rid of good old fashioned cash? Just mint it with a ridiculously short expiration date, and drive people into the longer expiration date digital “currencies”.

    Of course, that won’t work either, and most of us know why.

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