It’s August, 2017, 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 a recent example below to support it.
The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.
Two of those innumerable variants are “strange” and “surprised”. That’s why the story that follows is headlined “The strangest vintage on record? Harvest 2017 is full of surprises (and it’s only just begun).”
They hung “and it’s only just begun” on the end to screw your anxiety up even tighter, as they try to explain away yet another spectacular grape harvest in yet another year in yet another wine growing region. I’ve got a post back in this thread chronicling three solid years of record breaking, super-high-quality wine grape harvests, with three solid years of doom and gloom misinformation designed to get you think that “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying, Crushed by the Virus-Like Burden of Mankind.”
The hit-piece says “Everything about this year is strange. The woods seem like they’re dying but the vines continue to produce vegetation.”
Wait, “seem” to be dying? That’s black-magic conjuring…the woods are dying, or they are not. They cannot seem to be dying, and not be. The woods here in Pittsburgh are healthier than I’ve ever seen them in my life, based upon the breaking of the Great Artificial Drought by the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the vicinity of the weather warfare infrastructure that many still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data.
It’s an “Emperor’s New Clothes” moment in history, where the Orthodoxy that Poor Mother Gaia is Dying is complete, and fully-assimilated by the populace, yet a great, stunning change has been well underway for over three years, now. I’ve been documenting it here in this thread, from then to now, although anyone with Internet access can easily compile the public-record documentation of the great change.
And the best these guys have got, to rebut my argument, in the article below? “Beats me”. “I wouldn’t believe it if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes.” “Theoretically, none of this should be possible.”
It is possible, or it is not possible. It is the theory that is false, flawed.
“I’m seeing Italian winemakers scratching their heads as they try to wrap their minds around the 2017 harvest.”
By the way, “head-scratching” yet another of the innumerable memes backing up “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” mainstays used to Ensheeple the Dumber-than-a-Fifth-Grader masses.
After the lame, repetitive, formulaic word-evasions have passed, the reality they’re trying to twist remains – and another great wine harvest is in the books.
I’m not getting the feeling they’ve got control of this game, anymore, and I’m getting the feeling that the game is about over for them.
August 24, 2017 – The strangest vintage on record? Harvest 2017 is full of surprises (and it’s only just begun)
I just had to share the following post by my client Stefano Cinelli Colombini owner and winemaker at Fattoria dei Barbi, which includes an estate in Maremma (I translated it yesterday for the winery’s blog).
The 2017 harvest at Fattoria dei Barbi in Scansano: In the three glasses in the photo above from left, you can see Merlot (1), Ciliegiolo and Alicante (2), and Cabernet (3). The berries have crunchy brown seeds, wild color, and high levels of polyphenols.
Notice anything strange?
Nothing at all, except… The grapes in the first two glasses were picked 20 days earlier than usual and the grapes in the last glass were picked 40 days earlier.
How can the grapes be so ripe?
Beats me. But they are totally ripe.
I wouldn’t believe it if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes.
But the flavors are great and there is no trace of bell pepper or jam.
This harvest will make for excellent wines even though, theoretically, none of this should be possible.
Everything about this year is strange. The woods seem like they’re dying but the vines continue to produce vegetation.
His thoughts were echoed by winemaker Marilena Barbera, who commented (on Stefano’s Facebook version of the post): “I really don’t understand this vintage. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to figure it out.”
Across the internets, I’m seeing Italian winemakers scratching their heads as they try to wrap their minds around the 2017 harvest and the 2017 vegetative cycle in general. There have been so many “extreme weather events” this year: unusually warm temperatures in late winter, late spring frosts, intense summer heatwave…
When a grape grower is picking his Cabernet 40 days earlier than usual (and the grapes are excellent quality, which is nothing to complain about), there’s something really strange going on. But, then again, nothing about 2017 has seemed normal…