It’s September, 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 couple of recent stories below to support it.
The first, from India, is headlined “Seafood export hit record high.”
The story leads with the misleading explanation that it’s “Thanks to the strong demand for its frozen shrimp and fish from international markets, Indian seafood exports reached a record valua in 2016-2017 fiscal year.”
So it’s demand, and the value increased. Yet the story goes on to say that “The exported volume in the analysed period (April 1, 2016-March 31, 2017) experienced a 20 per cent growth…”.
The put the money before the volume. In journalistic parlance, they buried volume below money.
The second story, from Norway, is headlined “Seafood exports break all records.”
Consistent with the propaganda format elucidated in the previous story, and also just a few posts back in this thread, this story also “buries” the volume numbers down below the money numbers.
And the quote from the Illuminist talking-head shill focuses, once again, on the money: “ ‘The first half of the year was characterized by record high prices for salmon,’ said analyst Paul Aandahl of the Norwegian Seafood Council (Norges sjømattåD).”
And, continuing to follow the strict-but-unspoken formula, the biggest volume increase is buried the lowest in the article: “Klippfisk…volume was up 19%.” When you read the article you’ll notice that they used a long, wordy description of the klippfisk fish to break up having to say “Klippfisk volume was up 19%.”
The strict formula is unspoken in that the first rule of Fight Club is you don’t talk about Fight Club.
Did you notice that neither article mentions record seafood exports occurring around the globe, but rather both focus on local, plausible-deniability excuses to keep your eyes off the wider trend?
Identical, formulaic tactics, executed each and every day around the globe by a Conspiratorial few who for this moment still defraud the many.
Fortunately, the thread also documents the unstoppable, epochal positive changes that are occurring around the globe, and that are increasing in speed and magnitude.
And those changes are going to remain forever, long after the folks lying about them in a systematic way are no longer in charge of things like the Media.
June 9, 2017 – India – Seafood export hit record high
Thanks to the strong demand for its frozen shrimp and fish from international markets, Indian seafood exports reached a record value in 2016-2017 fiscal year, according to figures from the Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA).
The exported volume in the analysed period (April 1, 2016-March 31, 2017) experienced a 20 per cent growth, to 1.13 million and the value in dollars increased by 23 per cent, to USD 5.78 billion from USD 4.69 billion in the previous fiscal year.
July 19, 2017 – Norway – Seafood exports break all records
Despite a decline in the export of trout, herring and shellfish, Norwegian seafood exports have never been higher than they were during the first six months of this year. Their value reached NOK 46.3 billion (USD 5.6 billion), also aided by a relatively weak krone.
Sheer volume rose 4 percent, to 1.3 million tons, while the increase in value amounted to 9 percent, compared to the first half of 2016. It had also set records, as Norway’s seafood continues to play an important role in the country’s economy, ranking second only to oil and gas.
“The first half of the year was characterized by record high prices for salmon,” said analyst Paul Aandahl of the Norwegian Seafood Council (Norges sjømattåd). The high prices, he said, resulted from a combination of ongoing growth in demand and reduced production elsewhere in the world.
Salmon accounted for NOK 31.5 billion of the export revenues. The other major export product was klippfisk, the dried cod that’s popular in Spain, Portugal and especially Brazil. Its volume was up 19 percent, to 42,000 tons, while its value rose 14 percent.