American intelligence operations have a pattern to performing their shenanigans. It goes something like this:
1) Think of plan or find group with plan that can be exploited for geopolitical or social engineering ends.
2) Figure out, fund, and carry out said plan.
3) Don’t say anything as crisis unfolds, use the manufactured chaos to realize various ends that have been pre-planned.
4) When forced to answer questions, produce documents, real or fake, showing the possibility of such a thing, and say that “mistakes were made” that caused as “communication failure” which resulted in “unforeseen consequences.”
5) Promise that “reforms have been done” and that it will “never happen again”.
6) Repeat step 1.
This is a practically guaranteed plan to dupe the public into accepting all kinds of ideas. Now according to a report from ABC News, it is now coming out that US Intelligence was aware of a pandemic, but somehow did not prepare for it.
As far back as late November, U.S. intelligence officials were warning that a contagion was sweeping through China’s Wuhan region, changing the patterns of life and business and posing a threat to the population, according to four sources briefed on the secret reporting.
Concerns about what is now known to be the novel coronavirus pandemic were detailed in a November intelligence report by the military’s National Center for Medical Intelligence (NCMI), according to two officials familiar with the document’s contents.
The report was the result of analysis of wire and computer intercepts, coupled with satellite images. It raised alarms because an out-of-control disease would pose a serious threat to U.S. forces in Asia — forces that depend on the NCMI’s work. And it paints a picture of an American government that could have ramped up mitigation and containment efforts far earlier to prepare for a crisis poised to come home.
“Analysts concluded it could be a cataclysmic event,” one of the sources said of the NCMI’s report. “It was then briefed multiple times to” the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon’s Joint Staff and the White House. (source)
There are a great number of questions about the entire COVID-19 situation, including the connections of the virus to the CDC, a Canadian laboratory, a Harvard professor with ties to Israel, and the decades-long economic war being waged by the US against China being used to eventually crash the US dollar and replace it with a new one in anticipation of a major war and the intention to maintain the same unit of currency as the dominant one in the world.
The question is not so much about an ‘intelligence failure’, but about the whole incident. These things do not just happen, and for as many problems as the US government has, one does not build an empire by foolishness, but by careful decisions and planning.
Perhaps of focusing on this report, one needs to focus on the pattern of response to incident such as this and place it into the context of American history as well as current events and see if there may be a larger picture that comes into view than what one is being presented with.