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SPARS Pandemic Scenario, More Than Just Coincidental? You Decide

Permalink 06/13/21 22:02, by OGRE / (Jeff), Categories: Welcome, News, Background, In real life, On the web, History, Politics, Strange_News

The SPARS Pandemic 2025–2028: A Futuristic Scenario to Facilitate Medical Countermeasure Communication, is a document wargaming the possible scenarios that could occur during a pandemic. The paper was written in 2017 and published by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Here is the opening paragraph on the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security webpage, where you can download a copy for yourself.

There's also a condensed version available here at the University of Central Florida website.

The Center’s SPARS Pandemic exercise narrative comprises a futuristic scenario that illustrates communication dilemmas concerning medical countermeasures (MCMs) that could plausibly emerge in the not-so-distant future. Its purpose is to prompt users, both individually and in discussion with others, to imagine the dynamic and oftentimes conflicted circumstances in which communication around emergency MCM development, distribution, and uptake takes place. While engaged with a rigorous simulated health emergency, scenario readers have the opportunity to mentally “rehearse” responses while also weighing the implications of their actions. At the same time, readers have a chance to consider what potential measures implemented in today’s environment might avert comparable communication dilemmas or classes of dilemmas in the future.

While this document doesn't seem too odd at first, there are quite a few aspects of this document that are strangely similar to the way that things have folded out during the current SARS-Cov-2 pandemic. Take a look at the table of contents:

It only gets more interesting after that.

So now you have this medication Kalocivir, which sounds eariely similar to Remdesivir.

They even fake Twitter posts echoing negative sentiments about the Kalocivir treatments.

This part here is the most interesting to me. Once they find out that the virus is much less deadly than originally though, and, "public interest in SPARS had begun to wane". "...the new, lower case fatality rate estimate led the public to grow increasingly hostile toward continued SPARS messaging."

Why would the government then start a public messaging campaign to make people more afraid of something that's not very deadly? What is the point of that? That, I think, is the most important question to ask about this whole scenario. Wouldn't it make more sense to just treat the outlying cases and let herd immunity take care of the rest? That's how it's worked with any other virus outbreak.

As part of this fear campaign, they begin targeting the population with an adds designed to quell doubts about the "approved" forms of treatment. They are also using the help of celebrity endorsements to push the vaccines and or treatments.

They even cover a mock interview in which a former President shows hesitation when asked about her grandson taking the treatment!

Once vaccinations start, there is confusion in the public because the prioritization of those who will first receive the vaccine.

This has to be the strangest part. There is a huge power outage that occurs. Kind of like the one that happened in Texas! But that's most likely coincidental, still odd though.

It goes on to say how Muslims didn't want to participate in the vaccine program because pigs were used in the manufacturing process.

Next it get to where we are right now.

The paper concludes with the following.

After reading this, you have to ask yourself. How much of what's happened in the last year or so was not planned? Maybe not all of it, but some of it definitely seems like it's been well thought out, the outbreak, how it would be handled, how the government needs to have messaging that thwarts opposition to whatever they (government bureaucrats) deem relevant. And what I consider the be the most important aspect. The need to scare people into believing that something which is not that deadly --is that deadly.

What do you think?

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