Marine Life Booming, Burgeoning, Across the Globe, Third Straight Year

“You see but you do not observe. The distinction is clear. For example, you have frequently seen the steps which lead up from the hall to this room.”

“Frequently.”

“How often?”

“Well, some hundreds of times.”

“Then how many are there?”

“How many? I don’t know.”

“Quite so! You have not observed. And yet you have seen.”

Holmes and Watson discussing Holmes’ methods, from “A Scandal In Bohemia” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1892

 

 

 

 

 

January 20, 2017 – Vietnam – Vietnam’s seafood exports could be left fishing in 2017

August 1, 2017 – Vietnam – Seafood exports up 15% in the first seven months

August 3, 2017 – Vietnam – 2017 seafood exports may hit $8bn for first time
 

 

 

It’s November, 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 numerous recent examples below to support it.

The three quotes immediately above this section show that the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including marine life off the coasts of Vietnam.

They’re also lying to you about the impact of Brexit on fish prices:

July 7, 2016 – Global fish trade faces Brexit impact, says UN – Financial Times
After peaking in March 2014, fish prices have been falling, with the FAO fish price index hitting a five-year low in July 2015.

November 25, 2016 – Brexit, the pound, and the price of fish
Traders at one of the UK’s largest wholesale markets say prices for imports from the EU are up by as much as 40% owing to the drop in value of the pound.
Darryl Laycock, from Sale Fish and Seafood in south Manchester, says the price of his sea bass has gone up 10%.

In which you can see how Brexit is purported, within a five-month time period, to be both raising and lowering fish prices in the U.K.

I guess it’s really shame-on-us if we allow ourselves to be ruled in such a way.

‘Brexit’ is, of course, a threadbare plausible-deniability excuse put forth to keep your eyes off the larger phenomenon – the return to life and vitality of the marine environment across the entirety of the globe.

Prices decrease either when demand drops or when supply increases.

That’s why a recent headline from Oman reads “Fish prices dip further as supplies soar

Did you notice they used the standard softening, hedging word “dip“?-

But I do credit them for their honesty, re: soaring supply. Here’s another lying, duplicitous plausible-deniability excuse:

Boycott campaign played part in falling fish prices”

And another:

“Fish oil prices collapse amid drop in supplements market

It is the formulaic practice of, yes, a Conspiracy. The fact that a significant proportion of the globe’s populace still refuses to conceive that the well-off few might Conspire to defraud the many is something that people in the future will truly marvel at.

I’ve also included numerous fish records, below, in which you’ll also note a consistent, formulaic pattern of hedging and downplaying. Signally, many of the records have been broken by very large margins. As everyone knows, such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

So the large margins are tells, and the ongoing, formulaic, serial ignoring of them is another.

I’m preaching to the choir, here, as to have gotten your eyes on this article you’ve had to make your way, via personal choice, to an Obscure Internet Forum. That’s by design, because, if you showed this article to someone not ready to assimilate it, they’d metaphorically or literally put their fingers in their ears and go “lalalalala.”

If you showed them the headline “Norwegian survey finds mackerel biomass at highest level on record“, they would probably reply “that’s just an example of a boom/bust cycle driven by Climate Change.”

But you cannot fool all the people all of the time, and propaganda has a lifespan. Stretching and spinning the truth might work, for awhile, but baldfaced lies do not and will not work forever, as the folk tale “the Boy Who Cried Wolf” has elucidated to us resonantly down through time.

So I invite you to review the data below, and revel in the great, epochal positive changes that are taking place at every level of our reality. And also to take your eyes not far forward to the time when we are no longer ruled from the shadows by these people.

If you haven’t already done so, please consider distributing simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices where you live and work today, or sponsor a gifter, perhaps through a vehicle such as this forum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011 – Clarksville, VA – World record broken after 143-pound blue catfish caught in Kerr Lake

The Mecklenburg News-Progress reports 29-year-old Nick Anderson caught a 143-pound blue catfish over the weekend during a father-and-son fishing trip in Kerr Lake.

It shatters the old world-record of 130 pounds.

(The article provides the old and new records. I credit them for allowing that the new record “shattered” the old, but they carefully make no mention of the percentage increase, as doing so would be more impactful, so they hedged by omitting it. So I had to do the math. The new record is 10% percent above the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins – ed)

 

September 7, 2012 – Norwegian survey finds mackerel biomass at highest level on record …

 

November 20, 2012 – Chilean Fish Exports Making a Big Comeback

ANALYSIS – Fisheries and aquaculture exports in Chile are growing. As the country bounces back from its Infectious Salmon Anaemia (ISA) outbreak and the Government continues to invest in the sector, Chile has seen a 10.8 per cent increase in exports from the fisheries and aquaculture sector during the first quarter of 2012 in comparison to the same period of 2012, writes Lucy Towers, TheFishSite editor

(Can you see how it’s positioned as something local, vs. a larger, global trend? “Bouncing back from ISA” and “Government Investment” are the plausible-deniability excuses put forth to keep your eyes off the larger, global trend. Also refuses to break out increases vis a vis aquaculture vs. fisheries. -ed)

 

September 1, 2015 – Kuwait – Boycott campaign played part in falling fish prices

 

April 19, 2016 – Giant Flathead Breaks Lake Jackson Record

Donald Kennedy caught this almost 64-lb. Appaloosa while fishing from the bank

The 50-inch-long fish weighed 63-lbs., 11-ozs. and beat the old Lake Jackson flathead record by 1 1/2 pounds.

(The article provides the old and new records, but they carefully make no mention of the percentage increase, as doing so would be more impactful, so they hedged by omitting it. So I had to do the math. The new record is 2.4% percent above the old. -ed)

 

July 7, 2016 – Global fish trade faces Brexit impact, says UN – Financial Times

After peaking in March 2014, fish prices have been falling, with the FAO fish price index hitting a five-year low in July 2015.

 

September 15, 2016 – Oconee’s New Flathead Record Takes An Hour To Net
It was a long, hard and hot battle, but Oconee’s flathead catfish record was finally broken by more than 3 pounds.

He knew he had a chance at breaking the Oconee lake record, which was 45-lbs., 12-ozs. That flathead catfish was caught by Claude Spires on April 16, 2013.

At 45 1/2 inches in length, Sam’s fish weighed 49-lbs., 1.28-ozs., beating the old flathead record by more than 3 pounds.

(The article provides the old and new records, but they carefully make no mention of the percentage increase, as doing so would be more impactful, so they hedged by omitting it. They used “by more than three pounds” to give allowance to the subject, but that’s a hedge. So I had to do the math. The new record is 7,27 percent above the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)

 

November 25, 2016 – Brexit, the pound, and the price of fish

Traders at one of the UK’s largest wholesale markets say prices for imports from the EU are up by as much as 40% owing to the drop in the pound

Darryl Laycock, from Sale Fish and Seafood in south Manchester, says the price of his sea bass has gone up 10%.

(The article is about “…the price of fish.” So why do they talk about imports in general going up 40%, and bury a 10% fish price increase below it? That’s to spin, to exaggerate – and you know they picked the one single fish example that they could find that was the highest (10%), and put it forward as if it were an analysis of the larger market. It’s a careful hit-piece, designed to denigrate the wildly-successful exit of the U.K. from the E.U., and also to blow smoke and throw chaff re: booming, burgeoning marine populations. -ed)

 

January 20, 2017 – Vietnam – Vietnam’s seafood exports could be left fishing in 2017 – VnExpress

 

March 3, 2017 – More fish, poor market see Scottish salmon prices inch down, Norwegian drop

 

April 6, 2017 – Georgia – Jake Saunders, of Bowdon, broke the West Point blue catfish record by 9 pounds with his 29.57-lb. catch.

(The article provides the old and new records, but they carefully make no mention of the percentage increase, as doing so would be more impactful, so they hedged by omitting it. So I had to do the math. The new record is 44 percent above the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins

 

April 7, 2017 – Pakistan – Seafood exports increase by 12.99pc

On a month-on-month basis, seafood exports from the country in the month of February 2017 grew by 34.1 pc in comparison to the same month the previous year

(See how they carefully, formulaically ‘buried’ the much-larger increase below the smaller overall number? – ed)

 

May 21, 2017 – Positive outlook for Sri Lanka’s exports in 1Q 2017 – The Island

The value of Seafood exports increased by 18% in the first quarter of 2017.

(Can you see how they refused to mention export volume, at all? That’s careful hedging – ed)

 

June 5, 2017 – Oman – Fish prices dip further as supplies soar – Oman Observer

 

June 9, 2017 – Maine State record 13-pound rainbow trout caught in Vinalhaven quarry pond

Before he was done that June 4 fishing trip, he’d caught the fish of a lifetime and landed himself in the Maine record books with the largest rainbow trout ever caught in the state, a monster that weighed 13 pounds, 7 ounces and measured 32½ inches long.

The fish is more than five pounds larger than the previous record-holder, an 8.42-pounder caught in the Kennebec River near Starks.

(The article provides the old and new records, but they carefully make no mention of the percentage increase, as doing so would be more impactful, so they hedged by omitting it. So I had to do the math. They purposefully made doing the math extra-difficult by mixing the weight formats, 8.42 pounds vs. 13 pounds, seven ounces. The new record is 59,3% percent above the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)

 

July 11, 2017 – Record-breaking hammerhead shark caught off Texas City coast

A massive 1,033-pound hammerhead shark was caught in the waters off of Texas City, breaking the 37-year record of 871 pounds set in 1980.

(The article provides the old and new records, but they carefully make no mention of the percentage increase, as doing so would be more impactful, so they hedged by omitting it. So I had to do the math. The new record is 18.6% percent above the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins – ed)

 

July 13, 2017 – More Atlantic salmon are swimming in Penobscot, Down East rivers …

2017 is shaping up to be a good year for Atlantic salmon Down East

 

July 28, 2917 – Bristol Bay red salmon run smashes records – Alaska Dispatch News

 

July 30, 2017 – Louisiana – Thibodaux native shatters state, rodeo grouper record

At 5 p.m. Saturday, Tabor brought in a 383-pound, 2-ounce warsaw grouper that not only shattered the rodeo record. It established a new pending state record, which was ironically set by Tabor in 2008 with a 359-10 catch. The grouper will become a state record after being certified by the state fisheries record committee of the Louisiana Outdoors Writers Association.

Tabor’s grouper broke last year’s rodeo record by nearly 100 pounds and eclipsed the state mark by nearly 25 pounds.

(The article provides the old and new records, but they carefully make no mention of the percentage increase, as doing so would be more impactful, so they hedged by omitting it. So I had to do the math. The new state record is 6.5% percent above the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. They say “Tabor’s grouper broke last year’s rodeo record by nearly 100 pounds and eclipsed the state mark by nearly 25 pounds” to appear to be scientific, but it’s a hedge, as it’s less impactful than printing the percentage. And they withheld the rodeo record, the bigger one, so you can’t do the math. If we use a very-conservative 90 pounds as “nearly 100 pounds“, this year’s rodeo record is 30% larger than the old rodeo record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. The meme ‘nearly’ is used twice in succession to further soften. The Illuminist bonus-word “eclipsed” is used, because that’s one of the key times upon which they perform their blood sacrifices. – ed)

 

May 1, 2017 – Fish oil prices collapse amid drop in supplements market

 

August 1, 2017 – Vietnam – Seafood exports up 15% in the first seven months – CustomsNews

 

August 3, 2017 – Vietnam – 2017 seafood exports may hit $8bn for first time

 

 

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