The breaking of the Great Artificial Drought and the global news blackout surrounding it

“Everyone begins as a child by liking Weather. You learn the art of disliking it as you grow up. Noticed it on a snowy day? The grown-ups are all going about with long faces, but look at the children – and the dogs? They know what snow’s made for.”

C.S. Lewis, from “That Hideous Strength“, 1945

 

 

 

 

It’s February, 2018, and the Great Artificial Drought has been broken 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.

I’ve been tracking record precipitation in this thread for over three years, now, and today I am featuring news accounts from the largest snowfall in Moscow’s history.

What I believe is most significant about the accounts is that all of them, each and every one, carefully withholds the old record. It’s a global news blackout, implemented by a press controlled from the top by one very small and deviant group of people, all of whom are genetically related, a literal “crime family”. An awakening public calls them “One Percenters”.

Generality is a hallmark of propaganda.

Over half a meter of snow blanketed the Russian capital by Monday morning in what was already dubbed a “snowfall of the century.”

Over half a meter” is general. “Blanketed” makes it seem less deep. “Dubbed” implies it wasn’t really the snowfall of the century, but, rather it was just dubbed that.

“The weekend snowfall topped the previous record values from 1957 and 2013.”

Topped” implies “just bested.” And it didn’t top the previous record, it topped the previous record value. That’s a hedging layer.

From the BBC: “Heaviest snowfall on record blankets Moscow – More than half the monthly average snow – 38cm (15 inches) – fell on Saturday, beating the previous record from 1957.”

The use of blankets, again, from a news organization in a different nation. And “beating” the record is neutral. By how much? A little? A lot? We don’t know. It’s general, which is a hallmark of propaganda.

CNN, from the U.S.: “Records fall in Moscow as snow blankets Russian capital – The snowfall broke a Moscow record set in 1957, authorities said.”

Can you see how the new organs of every nation are in lock-step, controlled from the top? A third use of “blankets”. “Broke” the record is general, which is a hallmark of propaganda.

Yet another story: “By Monday morning, the blanket of snow thickened to 55 centimeters- The weekend snowfall topped the previous record values from 1957 and 2013.”

Blanket, again. Blankets are comfy, and not very thick. It “topped” the record, which was used above – it implies “just bested.”

The final story: “almost half a metre of snow”… in less than 24 hours” – “more than a month’s average of snow”…”the heaviest amount of snow logged since weather records began.”

All purposefully general, because it’s propaganda. And it’s not the heaviest amount of snow since records began, it’s the heaviest amount of snow logged since records began. That’s a hedging layer.

One of the great control memes used by the folks we’re discussing is “if there were Some Big Conspiracy, someone would notice, someone would speak up.”

Well, you may have noticed that I’m speaking up, here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 1, 2018 –Record snowfall hits Moscow, downing thousands of trees

Freezing rain and heavy snow have killed one person in Moscow and downed over 2,000 trees. Over half a meter of snow blanketed the Russian capital by Monday morning in what was already dubbed a “snowfall of the century.”

Freezing rain accompanied by 43 centimeters (17 inches) of snow blanketed the capital within 24 hours. It was the heaviest day of snowfall to hit the Russian capital since the country’s weather records began, Russia’s meteorological service said. By Monday morning, the blanket of snow thickened to 55 centimeters.

The weekend snowfall topped the previous record values from 1957 and 2013.

 

February 4, 2018 – BBC – Heaviest snowfall on record blankets Moscow

More than half the monthly average snow – 38cm (15 inches) – fell on Saturday, beating the previous record from 1957.

 

February 5, 2018 – CNN – Records fall in Moscow as snow blankets Russian capital

The snowfall broke a Moscow record set in 1957, authorities said.

(Says “broke a record”, versus “broke the record” – that’s a hedge – ed)

February 5, 2018 – Newsweek – PICTURES: FREAK SNOWSTORM IN RUSSIA BURIES BUILDINGS, LEAVES TENS OF THOUSANDS WITHOUT POWER

Record snowfall and freezing temperatures have gripped the Russian capital of Moscow, knocking down thousands of trees, injuring five people and killing at least one.

After an unusually warm first few weeks of winter, a record 17 inches of snow blanketed the nation’s capital in 24 hours on Sunday, causing travel chaos and triggering safety warnings.

Russian state meteorologists estimated that on Saturday alone, 7 inches of snow fell on Moscow, beating a record set in 1957 for the heaviest daily accumulation.

(Identically as previous, says “beating a record”, versus “beating the record” – that’s a hedge – ed)

 

February 5, 2018 – Euronews – Record snowfall has hit Moscow, downing thousands of trees and covering the Russian capital in almost half a metre of snow in less than 24 hours.

Russia’s Meteorological Office said on Monday (February 5) that more than a month’s average of snow fell over the weekend. It’s the heaviest amount of snow logged since weather records began.

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