Important Publications That I Have Found Useful in Regards to Current Events

I decided to post a few key publications on my blog again with a few screenshots, excerpts, etc as a reference for those who haven’t seen them. I’m finding many people haven’t even heard of the documents and publications. Maybe if they could read them they would get a better sense of the possibility that the government isn’t always on the side of the people. I research. A lot. Most people don’t as a norm. That’s okay. With so much information out in the air, media, social platforms, videos, podcast streaming news, etc it can be quite overwhelming if you are confused about what is going on around us. Trying to just find a speck of truth is frustrating as hell. I thought it might help if I shared a few key thing’s that help me open my eyes to some thing’s when covid19 first came around.

Note: My purpose is not to change the thinking of anyone’s political view, about vaccines or whether covid19 is real. I only wish to share a few things that are 100% bulletproof facts so people can make come to their own conclusions if they haven’t already.

I see our country being divided, Narratives and agendas are being crammed down our throats every minute of every day…whether we realize it or not, it’s nothing new.

#1. WHO (World Health Organization) SIMILATION EXERCISE MANUAL 2017



This exercise was published by the WHO (World Health Organization) in 2017. Between this exercise which starts out as a Tabletop Exercise and works into what they a FSX (Full Scale Exercise), a document called Dark Winter (see more below)

The content of this document was developed by the WHO Health Emergencies Programme (WHE) Country Health Emergency Preparedness & IHR (CPI) department, IHR Capacity Monitoring and Evaluation Team (IHR MEF), with contribution from the WHO regional offices and other headquarters departments. The experiences and lessons learnt from WHO partners and WHO simulation exercise consultants were invaluable in developing this document. The document was edited by Mr Mark Nunn.

This document references and builds upon prior documents and other published material listed below.

The World Health Organization:• Emergency exercise development guide (WHO, 2009)• Exercise guidelines (WHO, 2011)Exercise development guide for validating influenza pandemic preparedness plans (WHO 2006)• Handbook for public health emergency exercise programmes (WHO 2012, unpublished)• PHEOC handbook for training and exercises (WHO, Interim draft 2016 )• Handbook for International Health Regulations (2005) core capacity exercise development (WHO, 2013)• A series of pre-packaged tabletop exercises for validation of core capacities at country level (WHO, 2015).This manual also links to guidelines for emergency simulations published by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (I-A) sub-working group on preparedness:• (IAES) Inter-agency emergency simulation guide – facilitator’s guide, 2009• (GES) Government emergency simulation– facilitator’s guide, 2012• (OCHA) Words into action – Pocket guide 1: design & conduct of collective simulation exercises, (Interim draft 2017). And other resources including:• Material published by the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)• Material published by the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) of the United StatesHandbook on simulation exercises in EU public health settings (ECDC, 2014)• Handbook on evaluation of exercises, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB, 2011)• The international standard on Societal security–guidelines for exercises (ISO 22398, 2013).

#2. Dark Winter (2001) from John Hopkins Center for Health Security

This training tabletop exercise is based on a fictional scenario. (Remember that word “fictional“) The inputs experts used for modeling the potential impact were fictional. It is a teaching and training resource for public health and government officials.

About the Exercise

On June 22-23, 2001: the following participants hosted a senior-level war game examining the national security, intergovernmental, and information challenges of a biological attack on the American homeland. (See also: Article: Shining Light on Dark Winter)

  • the Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Studies
  • the ANSER Institute for Homeland Security
  • the Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention Terrorism,

With tensions rising in the Taiwan Straits, and a major crisis developing in Southwest Asia, a smallpox outbreak was confirmed by the CDC in Oklahoma City.

During the thirteen days of the game:

  • the disease spread to 25 states and 15 other countries

Fourteen participants and 60 observers witnessed the following terrorism/warfare in slow motion.

  • Discussions and debates (some rather heated)
  • decisions focused on the public health response
  • lack of an adequate supply of smallpox vaccine,
  • the roles and missions of federal and state governments
  • civil liberties associated with quarantine and isolation
  • the role of DoD
  • potential military responses to the anonymous attack.
  • Additionally, a predictable 24/7 news cycle quickly developed that focused the nation and the world on the attack and response.

And Five representatives from the national press corps (including print and broadcast) participated in the game and conducted a lengthy press conference with the President.

Key Players

  • President: The Hon. Sam Nunn
  • National Security Advisor: The Hon. David Gergen
  • Director of Central Intelligence: The Hon. R. James Woolsey
  • Secretary of Defense: The Hon. John White
  • Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff: General John Tilelli (USA, Ret.)
  • Secretary of Health & Human Services: The Hon. Margaret Hamburg
  • Secretary of State: The Hon. Frank Wisner
  • Attorney General: The Hon. George Terwilliger
  • Director, Federal Emergency Management Agency: Mr. Jerome Hauer
  • Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation: The Hon. William Sessions
  • Governor of Oklahoma: The Hon. Frank Keating
  • Press Secretary of Gov. Frank Keating (OK): Mr. Dan Mahoney
  • Correspondent, NBC News: Mr. Jim Miklaszewski
  • Pentagon Producer, CBS News: Ms. Mary Walsh
  • Reporter, British Broadcasting Corporation: Ms. Sian Edwards
  • Reporter, The New York Times: Ms. Judith Miller
  • Reporter, Freelance: Mr. Lester Reingold

The players were introduced to this crisis during a National Security Council meeting scheduled to address several emerging crises, including the deployment of a carrier task force to the Middle East.

At the start of the meeting, the Director of Health and Human Servicesn informed the President of a confirmed case of smallpox in Oklahoma City.

Additional smallpox cases were identified in Georgia and Pennsylvania.

More cases were reported in Oklahoma.

The source of the infection was unknown, and exposure was presumed to have taken place at least nine days earlier due to the lengthy incubation period of smallpox. Consequently, exposed individuals had likely traveled far from the loci of what was now presumed to be a biological attack. The scenario spanned 13 days.


An attack on the United States with biological weapons could threaten vital national security interests.

  • Massive civilian casualties, breakdown in essential institutions,
  • violation of democratic processes,
  • civil disorder,
  • loss of confidence in government
  • .reduced U.S. strategic flexibility abroad are among the ways a biological attack might compromise U.S. security

Current organizational structures and capabilities are not well suited for the management of a Bio Weapon attack. Here’s why…

Major “fault lines” exist between: different levels of government

  • federal, state, and local
  • between government and the private sector
  • among different institutions and agencies
  • within the public and private sector

These “disconnects” could impede situational awareness and compromise:

  • the ability to limit loss of life and suffering
  • economic damage

There is no surge capability in the U.S. Specifically in the following:

  • healthcare and public health systems
  • or pharmaceutical and vaccine industries
  • in hospitals being overwhelmed and becoming inoperable
  • it could impede public health agencies’ analysis of the scope, source and progress of the epidemic
  • their ability to educate and reassure the public
  • their capacity to limit causalities and the spread of disease
  • Dealing with the media will be a major immediate challenge for all levels of government
  • Information management and communication (e.g., dealing with the press effectively
  • communication with citizens
  • maintaining the information flows necessary for command and control at all institutional levels) will be a critical element in crisis/consequence management

Should a contagious bioweapon pathogen be used, containing the spread of disease will present:

  • Significant ethical
  • Significant political
  • Significant cultural
  • Significant operational
  • Significant legal challenges


I did to me! I was seeing Oklahoma as New York! My attention was peaked so I kept digging. Then, I realized what they meant by “going down the rabbit hole” and there I went!

And it gets more creepy… The further I dug, the more I learned and the more baffled I became. But at the same time I could feel the pieces coming together. Reality and acceptance merged. Just wait. You’ll see… If you take a little time to read and think outside the box, that is. If you are on the fence or know someone who is about our “new existence” maybe I can help. I know I can at the very least save a you a lot of time by just reading a few things I found. If nothing else, it’s very interesting!

You can continue reading the entire Dark Winter at the source below

Source for Dark Winter:


Oxford Academia Cinical Infectious Diseases

Clinical Infectious Diseases, Volume 34, Issue 7, 1 April 2002, Pages 972–983,


The year is 2002 [31]. The Unites States economy is strong. Tensions between Taiwan and the People’s Republic of China are high. A suspected lieutenant of Osama bin Laden has recently been arrested in Russia in a sting operation while attempting to purchase 50 kg of plutonium and biological pathogens that had been weaponized by the former Soviet Union. The United Nation’s sanctions against Iraq are no longer in effect, and Iraq is suspected of reconstituting its biological weapons program. In the past 48 h, Iraqi forces have moved into offensive positions along the Kuwaiti border. In response, the United States is moving an additional aircraft carrier battle group to the Persian Gulf.


WHO Simulation Exercise Manual

A practical guide and tool for planning, conducting and evaluating simulation exercises for outbreaks and public health emergency preparedness and response.

1 February 2017

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WHO Similation Exercise Handbook

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