From 2017 to 2018, the volume of cloves exported from Tanzania increased 121%, while seaweed exports increased 39%.

     

“Several of them would have protested if they could have found the right arguments.”

― George Orwell, from “Animal Farm”, 1945

 

 

 

 

 

It’s April, 2018, and Nature is booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in my lifetime. Since that statement directly refutes our State Religion, which holds that “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying, Crushed by the Virus-Like Burden of Mankind”, I’ve appended numerous recent news accounts below to support it.

In response to this unprecedented global transformation, the 1% of humanity who for this moment still control all the wealth and power on the globe have implemented a complete news blackout on the subject, in all the nations. I’ve appended my comments below the stories, giving specific reasons as to why I think so poorly of those who rule.

Because of literally Millenia of programming and conditioning, just these two concepts strain the credulity of a very large segment of the populace. So if you want to go on further in the debate you may proceed on your own, but I’ve got to Keep It Simple, here, if I’m going to be successful in this endeavor.

So here you go:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

December 20, 2017 – Sri Lanka urged to hike its classy ornamental fish exports

(Rigging the game – publishing stuff like this so they can say “it was intentional, we did it!” as the rising tide of booming, burgeoning life lifts all the boats, including ornamental fish exports from Sri Lanka – ed)

 

January 3, 2018 – Cod Numbers Reach Historic High

Cod stocks around Iceland have reached a historic high since record taking began in 1996, RÚV reports. Haddock stocks are still recovering after many years of low numbers. Stocks of most bottom fish are up according to measurements taken by the Marine and Freshwater Research Institute of Iceland (MFRI) last fall.

(As part of the global news blackout on the subject, no numbers or figures of any sort are provided in the article – ed)

 

March 12, 2018 – The value of Canada’s fish and seafood exports continued trending upward in 2017, with an overall increase of $312 million (5 percent) over the previous year, and total sales reaching $6.9 billion said Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) as it released trade figures for fish and seafood products exported by Canada in 2017.

(As a standard protocol within the global news blackout on the subject, the article provides value numbers, but withholds any and all information on volume. – ed)

 

March 21, 2018 – Tanzania Exports Up +26.9% in Year End January 2018

The Bank of Tanzania (BOT) Monthly Economic Review of February 2017 indicates that earnings from export of goods and services increased by 26.9% to USD 225.9 million in the year ending January 2018. The improved performance follows the improvement in the major export commodities, which are cloves and seaweeds and that represent 87.6% of goods exports and 25.7% of exports of goods and services of Tanzania.

The volume of cloves exports rose to 7,002 tonnes from 3,155 tonnes, while earnings rose to USD 55.3 million from USD 24.9 million. For seaweeds, exports amounted to 7,413.2 tonnes valued at USD 2.7 million against 5,175.7 tonnes valued at USD 2.4 million in the year ending January 2017.

(Cloves: they gave you the numbers, but carefully withheld the percentage increase between them as a standard protocol within the global news blackout on this subject. 3,155 to 7,002 is a 121% increase, in one year.

Seaweeds: they gave you the numbers, but carefully withheld the percentage increase between them as a standard protocol within the global news blackout on this subject. 5175.7 to 7,413.2 is a 43% increase, in one year. They trumpet the earnings in the headline – a 26% increase – and “bury” the staggering volume numbers below. – ed)

 

March 28, 2018 – Pakistan – Seafood exports reach $264.18mn in eight months | Business …

The exports of fish and fish preparations from the country have witnessed 10.18 per cent increase during first eight months of 2017-18,

(Headline focuses on the number, “buries” the percentage increase in the article below – ed)

 

April 2, 2018 – April Tahoe records greatest March snow recovery in 27 years

It took a near-miracle but Lake Tahoe is once again holding enough water to supply Reno for as many as three years.

That’s after a dismal start to winter during which snowpack in the Lake Tahoe basin was just 25 percent of the median peak on March 1.

We will expect to be brim-full at both Boca and Stampede, just like last year,” said Dave Wathen, chief deputy water master in Reno. “If we have a full Tahoe that typically gets us through three dry years.”

 

April 5, 2018 – Bahamas – A CABINET minister yesterday said he had set himself the “goal” of doubling the Bahamas’ annual $90 million fisheries exports.

(Similar to the Sri Lanka story, above. The Illuminist talking head will then take credit for it next year when it happens, to take your eye off the four or five years of booming, burgeoning fish populations leading up to now – ed)

 

April 22, 2018 – Maldives – Fish exports increases by 49% in March 2018

The value of fish products exported during last March increased by 49% compared to March 2017. Fish products valued MVR 165.6 million in was exported in March 2017, whereas this figure was increased to MVR 246.10 million in March 2018. Among major exporting countries, Thailand was recorded as highest with 35% of the total exports for this period. Other major exporting destinations include Germany, England, United States of America and France.

(As part of the global news blackout on the subject, the article contains absolutely no information on volume, only on value. – ed)

 

April 24, 2018 – Pakistan’s Seafood exports is up 14.43pc in 9 months, 42.67pc in March, 2018…

the seafood exports from the country increased by 48.71 percent in March 2017 when compared to the exports of $34.555 million in February 2018.

In terms of quantity, Pakistan exported 130,148 metric tons during the current year against the exports of 105,039 metric tons during last year, showing growth of 23.90 percent.

The overall food group exports from the country witnessed increase of 28.06 percent during the first three quarters by growing from $2.679 billion last year to $3.431 billion during the current year.

Meanwhile, on year-on-year basis, the seafood exports from the country increased by 42.67 percent in March 2018 when compared to the same month of last year.

The exports of fish and fish preparation during March 2018 were recorded at $51.388 million against the exports of 36.019 million in March 2017. On month-on-month basis, the seafood exports from the country increased by 48.71 percent in March 2017 when compared to the exports of $34.555 million in February 2018.

(In direct contradiction of journalistic protocol, “buries” the largest percentage increase lowest – 14.43%, 23.90%, 42.67%, 48.71% – ed)

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