It’s been gorgeous here in Pittsburgh, this summer as cool and temperate as the last. I’ve been carefully keeping track of the temperature and weather in this thread for three solid years, now, juxtaposing propaganda from the controlled press against other factual accounts.
The propaganda is tireless, and completely formulaic. Throughout this thread, and in this current post, you can see constant repetition of the words “chilly” and “cooler” instead of “cold”.
A story below asserts “the beginning of August is going to feel cooler than average.” See, it’s not cold, it’s cooler. And it’s not cooler, it just feels cooler. Two layers of hedging, softening.
And if it’s just the beginning of August, how come this story from a week or so ago say “Extended period of unseasonably cool temperatures ahead”? .
One story I’ve appended below is headlined: “Break Out Your Jackets—August Is Going to Be Chilly for Much of the U.S.” Directly below the headline is a video, showing a beautiful fall foliage scene, with this link for you to click: “Fall 2017 is going to be really hot”.
It’s tireless, it’s repetitive, it’s programming.
Here’s another one: “This year, summer temperatures are expected to arrive right out of the gate with unseasonably hot and dry weather for the Rockies and Great Plains, as well as the eastern states.“
It was cool last summer. And it’s been cool this summer. Here’s the, well, fevered spin on last year’s cool summer, from the Farmer’s Almanac: “We predicted real summer-like temps would arrive later in the season, and sure enough, it wasn’t until late August and early September that the real sweatin’ began.”
They pile on: “The lack of rainfall even plunged New England into an historic (albeit mild) drought.” Wait. How can a drought be both “mild” and at the same time “historic”? They typed that Satanic sentence up right as the nation dropped to its lowest drought level in history.
In another story, “It Won’t Feel Much Like Summer in Parts of Central, Eastern U.S. Into Mid-August”. See, you’re just having a feeling – the impression the subconscious is left with is that therre’s nothing factual or scientific about it. And it’s not even that it won’t feel like Summer. It won’t feel much like summer. Again, two layers of hedging, softening.
When things happen that go off message re: “The hottest year in the history of the planet”, the words used include “unexpectedly”, “freak out” and , “bizarre”.
Not that the subconscious of the Ensheepled mind needs much assistance. Any straw will be grasped in order to refuse responsibility, to maintain programming – as the authors of the propaganda well know. That’s why threadbare memes such as “El Nino” (a quasi-magical, only-periodically-occurring, slightly-warmer-than-normal spot of water in the vastness of the Pacific Ocean), as well as “Rex Block” and “Polar Vortex” are tirelessly put forth to keep your eyes off the larger phenomenon I’m elucidating here.
Remember: do not confront someone who wishes to remain in denial with a post such as this one. They will narrow their eyes, say, as required, either “yeah, but that’s HERE”, or “yeah, but that’s THERE.” There will be no a-ha moment, it doesn’t work that way, I’m afraid.
But propaganda that’s completely disconnected from reality will with surety collapse on itself, will injure the propagandist, soon enough. It’s an Inconvenient Truth.
Know anyone who’s seen the just-recently-released retread of that film? You remember it, surely: the Most Important Film Ever Made, that is for some reason never shown on TV, nor in schools?
May 8, 2017 – Boston – News: Rex block brings unseasonable cold to the Northeast
June 21, 2017 – Farmer’s Almanac – How Hot Will Summer Be?
First let’s look back at last summer. It was slow to gain traction. We predicted that the real summer-like temps would arrive later in the season, and sure enough, it wasn’t until late August and early September that the real sweatin’ began. The lack of rainfall even plunged New England into an historic (albeit mild) drought.
This year, summer temperatures are expected to arrive right out of the gate with unseasonably hot and dry weather for the Rockies and Great Plains, as well as the eastern states.
July 5, 2017 – Greenland just set the record for coldest July temperature ever reported in the Northern Hemisphere at -33C.
July 19, 2017 – 2017 is so unexpectedly warm it is freaking out climate scientists
July 24, 2017 – This map encapsulates Monday’s bizarre weather in southern New England
Temperatures in Boston neared record lows for July 24, the service said.
July 31, 2017 – 2017 is so far the second-hottest year on record thanks to global warming
2017 is behind only El Niño-amplified 2016.
August 2, 2017 – Break Out Your Jackets—August Is Going to Be Chilly for Much of the U.S.
Bad news, summer lovers.
If the news that the East coast, South, and Midwest will all experience hotter than average temperatures this fall made you long for cooler temperatures, here’s some good news: Your wish is coming true this month (sorry, summer lovers!).
From the Plains to the Eastern seaboard, the beginning of August is going to feel cooler than average, according to The Weather Channel. The unusual weather pattern is due to a southward dip in the jet stream that’s bringing temperatures more than 25 degrees lower than average to areas east of the Rockies. Good news if you’re ready to take your sweaters down from the attic, but if you’re looking for a respite from the summer heat and you live in certain other parts of the country, you’re out of luck.
Areas in Texas and south Florida won’t be affected by this wacky August weather pattern.
( a video directly below this headline is entitled “Fall 2017 is going to be really hot”)
August 6, 2017 – It Won’t Feel Much Like Summer in Parts of Central, Eastern U.S. Into Mid-August
August 14, 2017 – Oklahoma – Cool, wet August improves fall grazing prospects
Temperatures in Oklahoma have been unseasonably cool in the first half of the month.
Temperatures are forecast to be higher late in the month but will still likely remain at or below seasonal levels.
Most of Oklahoma has gotten significant rain in the past 10 days, generally ranging from 1.5 inches to over 7 inches. More rain is likely in the next week or two.
August 22, 2017 – Chicago – Extended period of unseasonably cool temperatures ahead