I’d like to begin by publicly thanking Dooney, Carol, and everyone else who was in chat yesterday who helped me with the etheric assaults currently taking place upon my wife and myself. (I wasn’t there, so I don’t know who else was in chat).
I won’t detail the assaults beyond the fact that they are “the worst yet” – bad enough to make me think “should I stop posting in my thread?” But my bottom-line conclusion is that what Don Croft calls the Scheissvogel have been messing with me as hard as they can since I was young, and I’m guessing they would and will not stop messing with me no matter what I did.
So here I am. If you are reading this, please consider sending highest Love energy to the people/entities who are trying to ruin my life. I recognize that I am also trying to ruin theirs, but they started this fight, and from my perspective their position is immoral and indefensible, and resisting them is imperative.
Furthermore, I would have no trouble at all if anyone decided they wanted to type up articles talking about me on an ongoing basis. So I suggest that they are violating basic principals of decency by carrying out energetic attacks upon me, whereas I, who am merely making conversation, am not.
And, from a spiritual perspective, my exposing them and taking them to task here is “tough love” – in that they will benefit karmically from turning from their evil ways, even if they are forcibly turned from them by myself.
A monkey trap is a hollowed-out gourd with a hole cut in it, just large enough for a monkey to fit its hand through. Seeds are placed in the gourd, the monkey puts its hand in the gourd, grabs some seeds, then tries to withdraw its hand, now enlarge by holding a handful of seeds. The monkey won’t drop the seeds, and at that moment is grabbed by the human who created the trap.
The deviant, sociopathic minority of “One Percenters” who for this moment still run things on this planet have their hands caught in the “money” monkey trap. Money and their kindred reptilian obsession with counting things.
So they’re always prattling on about the volume of things they’ve caught, like monkeys, and fish, and everything else you can imagine.
So I get my data from their own publically-accessable records.
In one of the articles I’ve appended below, about the highest level of fish exports from Norway in entirety of recorded history, we read “This is an increase in value of 3 per cent, or NOK 3 billion, and an increase in volume of 7 per cent.”
Can you see how they put value first, and volume second, even though the volume number is higher? That’s a clear violation of how you’re supposed to write things from a journalistic perspective. The higher numbers go first, whatever it is you are cataloguing.
It’s not the first time I’ve pointed out that particular slant. I’m sure I’ve pointed it out dozens of times in this thread over the last three years, and perhaps into the low- hundreds. It’s a pattern, a repeating pattern, used to program the subconscious of the reader. That’s what propaganda is, and that’s what propaganda does – or at least what it attempts to do, until it runs into people like myself.
An increase of close to ten percent in one year…Poor Mother Gaia is not dying, so much, as you can see.
To preserve current programming levels, affirm “they’re just strip-mining the ocean with every-more-efficient fishing techniques”, then shake a tattered voodoo doll and dance about.
That’s the plausible-deniability excuse that one most often reads in rebuttal of these higher-than-ever-in-history fish catch numbers from all over the globe.
It’s stunning enough that I’m repeating the same exact thing I said three years ago, here, using current news accounts, that map exactly against the accounts I was talking about three years ago.
The world has changed, has transformed, and the for-this-moment still-bewildered herd of humans is so conditioned that they literally cannot see it.
While that’s an impressive feat of black magic, to be sure, the façade is collapsing, the spell is being broken by rapidly-rising awareness across the globe.
As I noted in previous posts, the record numbers we are seeing include both wild and farmed fish, which is one of the data points that exposes the millennia-long, Death-energy-based programme that’s being unmade via the slow, steady, widespread distribution of Orgonite devices in the larger environment.
In a second article I’ve appended below about record farmed bass and bream exports out of Turkey, we learn they were “worth $160 million in 2017, up from $142 the year before. Around 70 percent of its 65,000-tonne production of these species is exported to 60 different countries, with the United States and Russia being the biggest markets.“
Can you see how they prattled on and on about the value, but then quickly moved off the subject of volume, twisting it away instead to what percent went to what country? That’s to befuddle you with hand-waving, and make you think they’re actual businesspeople, vs. propagandists, as they are in fact.
I’m sure you also noticed that they gave you the value numbers, but carefully withheld the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go badly off message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. It’s a 13% percent increase.
Precisely the same technique is used here:
“Vietnam has gained an all-time high of seafood export value last year and is hoping to drive the sales value to a higher level in 2018. The country exported seafood volumes worth USD 8.3 billion (EUR 6.8 billion) in 2017, jumping 18 percent year-on-year to its highest all-time level.”
See how they lead with value? Then they note it’s an all time high in volume, but, based upon how it’s written, you literally can’t tell if the 18% increase is in volume, or value. Pretty spectacular, isn’t it?
Now they’re going to make me look up a second Vietnam seafood export article, to find out what the real deal is, and punish them further.
A second Vietnam story says “Vietnam gains record in seafood export value in 2017 – Vietnam gained its highest ever seafood export value of 8.32 billion USD in 2017, a year-on-year increase of 18 percent”
Where, again, they lead with value, and go on to not discuss volume, at all. It’s a formulaic pattern, part of a news blackout on the subject we’re discussing.
I can say that, because I just reviewed six other stories about the subject, all of which talked about value, and all of which withheld the volume numbers.
January 8, 2018 – Norway – Seafood exports worth record-high NOK 94.5 billion in 2017
Norway exported 2.6 million tonnes of seafood worth NOK 94.5 billion in 2017. This is an increase in value of 3 per cent, or NOK 3 billion, and an increase in volume of 7 per cent
January 10, 2018 – Vietnam gains record in seafood export value in 2017
Vietnam gained its highest ever seafood export value of 8.32 billion USD in 2017, a year-on-year increase of 18 percent, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
February 5, 2018 – Record year for Turkish aquaculture exporter
The world’s largest farmer of sea bass and sea bream, Kılıç Deniz, has reported a record year for exports.
The Turkish firm’s bass and bream exports were worth $160 million in 2017, up from $142 the year before. Around 70 percent of its 65,000-tonne production of these species is exported to 60 different countries, with the United States and Russia being the biggest markets.Subscribe Share on Facebook