Atlantic Storm

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Event.png Atlantic Storm(Germ_attack/Preparation,  mid-level deep event,  planning exercise) Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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DateJanuary 14, 2005
LocationNew York,  USA
ParticipantsBarbara McDougall, Erika Mann, Werner Hoyer, Bernard Kouchner, Stefano Silvestri, Klaas de Vries, Jerzy Buzek, Jan Eliasson, Madeleine Albright, Nigel Broomfield, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Tara O'Toole, Bradley T. Smith, Thomas Inglesby, Esther Brimmer, Luciana Borio, Crystal Franco, Gigi Kwik Gronvall, Bradely Kramer, Beth Maldin, Jennifer B. Nuzzo, Ari Schuler, Scott Stern, Donald A. Henderson, Randall J. Larsen, Daniel S. Hamilton
PerpetratorsUPMC Center for Biosecurity, the Center for Transatlantic Relations of the Johns Hopkins University, and the Transatlantic Biosecurity Network
Interest ofOperation Dark Winter
DescriptionA scenario designed to mimic a summit of transatlantic leaders forced to respond to a bioterrorist attack. Recommended militarization, vaccination and stockpiling drugs. Held January 2005.

Atlantic Storm one day exercise scenario that simulated a summit of U.S. and European leaders meeting in the first few hours after discovery of bioterrorist attacks in Europe[1]. Their input of the participants was not scripted, but the whole scenario was an obvious effort by the US Deep State (represented by Madeleine Albright) to influence compatible (European) politicians to implement certain measures; and from big pharma to increase sales.


The after action report concluded that "a set of highly accomplished political leaders were largely unfamiliar with the political and strategic stakes that might be associated with biological attacks or natural pandemics—for example, how to respond to mutual defense requests, how to balance national interests with the objective of ending an international epidemic, and the like—and they were not prepared to respond effectively at the pace and on the scale demanded by the crisis."

Recommendation 1 from the organizers was a militarization of the field, dominating through NATO: "The U.S. should work with the international community to plan for coordinated responses to major bioattacks and epidemics. Such plans should include strategic and operational detail commensurate with other major international security agreements and organizations."

Given the United States own effort to dominate the field of biological warfare, the exercise was a way for the European NATO countries to integrate into this method of warfare and implement complimentary national plans.

Recommendation 5 from the organizers was "The absence of available medical countermeasures (i.e., drugs, vaccines, diagnostic tests), the inadequacies of health information systems, and the lack of mass distribution systems for medicines and vaccines will limit leaders’ capacities to deal with large-scale epidemics. Much more can and should be done now to build these resources to give international leaders more effective response options when they are faced with a large-scale bioterrorist attack or natural pandemic."

Recommendation 5 also included the very ambitious "The ultimate goal should be to develop the tools and systems needed to eliminate the lethal effects of any large-scale epidemic, be it natural or the result of a bioterrorist attack."

This effort to pressure the Europeans governments in certain directions was rather obvious, with the invited observers[2] from major corporate press outlets, NATO ambassadors, pharmaceutical companies and think-tanks. And the (simulated) European leaders were not slow to ask: “For someone who has been around in the security and defense fields in its traditional sense for many years, this was quite a surprising and breathtaking exercise. . . . This is something I think a very small minority of politicians in Europe are aware of. . . . ” (participant Werner Hoyer, after conclusion of the exercise)

It is worth remembering this massive prioritizing of vaccine and drug stockpiles led to significant misinvestments during the 2009 swine flu panic, when European governments bought billions of dollars in stock that later expired and had to be scrapped or donated to the third world.

Arranging Committee

The one day exercise was planned over a 3 year period, so from the just after the 2001 false flag anthrax psychological operation - and the companies Gilead Sciences and Emergent BioSolutions were conspicuously absent.

The exercise was financially supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the German Marshall Fund of the United States (i.e the CIA), and the Nuclear Threat Initiative.

Observers included deep state functionaries such as Anne Applebaum, Richard Danzig. Despite all the representatives from the corporate press present as observers[3], the simulation received little coverage in their media outlets.



Madeleine AlbrightWhen asked about half a million dead Iraqi children because of the sanctions she enforeced, she replied "We think the price is worth it."
Ari Schuler
Beth Maldin
Luciana BorioCFR, Biodefense expert, named to Biden's Covid Task force
Bradely Kramer
Bradley T. Smith
Gro Harlem BrundtlandDeep state/WHO connected Prime Minister/DG, concerned about "too much freedom of speech"
Crystal Franco
Daniel S. Hamilton
Donald A. Henderson
Jan EliassonSwedish diplomat
Erika Mann
Esther Brimmer
Gigi Kwik Gronvall
Tom InglesbyVery influential proponent of extensive lockdown measures for Covid-19
Jennifer B. Nuzzo
Jerzy Buzek
Bernard KouchnerBilderberg French politician, 3 times French Health minister, founded Médecins Sans Frontières and Médecins du Monde, attended 2005 pandemic planning exercise Atlantic Storm
Barbara McDougallCanadian member of CFR's Global Board of Advisors, attended he 1993 Bilderberg as Canada/Secretary of State for External Affairs. Atlantic Storm participant
Nigel Broomfield
Tara O'TooleA fellow bioweapons expert stated 'she makes Dr. Strangelove seem sane'.
Randall J. Larsen
Scott Stern
Stefano SilvestriMulti-Bilderberg Italian deep state functionary
Klaas de VriesSingle Bilderberg retired Dutch politician who attended Atlantic Storm
Werner Hoyer