Skrei fish exports from Norway increased 51% year-over-year in January, 2018

“Doublethink lies at the very heart of Ingsoc, since the essential act of the Party is to use conscious deception while retaining the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.”

George Orwell, from “1984”, 1949

 

 

October 28, 2015 – Cod Could Recover in Warming Waters – Scientific American

 

October 29, 2015 – Cod’s Continuing Decline Linked to Warming Gulf of Maine Waters – New York Times

 

February 5, 2018 – Norway – 5 ,700 tonnes of fresh cod were exported in January with a total value of NOK 232 million. This is an increase in volume of 1,500 tonnes or 37 per cent. Cod fish products are experiencing their best January ever.

 

 

 

I don’t know why I’m even proceeding with this post, after presenting the set of quotes up above. Knowing that a significant proportion of the globe’s populace, after reading them, would and will remain unmoved. No, that’s not true…those readers will most likely be instantly angry, because “anger” comes right after “denial” in the five stages of grief.

But the world is transforming, has transformed, in an epochal and stunning way, and the proof of that actuality will remain long after the programmed confusion surrounding it has disappeared.

The post is an intended aid to clarification of the subject under discussion.

It’s Febraury, 2018, 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 current news story, below, to support it.

It’s about booming, burgeoning seafood exports from Norway. In it, you‘ll see that they start the article out by listing volume numbers in decreasing order: 13%, 28%, 33%. That’s exactly the opposite of what you are supposed to do from a journalistic perspective.

An even-bigger volume increase – the biggest one – is buried with deliberate care way, way down in the article:

“5,700 tonnes of fresh cod incl. Skrei were exported in January with a total value of NOK 232 million. This is an increase in volume of 1,500 tonnes or 37 per cent while export value increased by NOK 47 million or 26 per cent. Of this, Skrei accounted for 589 tonnes, which represents an increase of 200 tonnes. The value of Skrei was NOK 30 million, up by NOK 9 million or 45 per cent.

The good weather in January has given increased volumes for cod and whitefish compared to the same month last year, although prices have been somewhat lower. Prices in January have been far higher than the average for the whole of 2017. Relatively high prices for especially cod and haddock, coupled with increased volumes, mean that cod fish products are experiencing their best January ever“, says Ingrid Kristine Pettersen, analyst with the Norwegian Seafood Council.”

They gave you the percentages of every other fish under discussion in the article, except this one, where they gave you the numbers, but carefully hedged by omitting the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go badly off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. It’s a 51% increase in volume. More tellingly, still, they went right back to giving you the percentage with the value increase of Skrei.

They tried to be slick and manipulative, hoping no one would notice, but I caught them out at it, and now their position is much worse than it was previously, can you see? And I used the statistic in the headline of this post, to punch the wound. They started it, and I’ve got right on my side, and I finished it.

Bruce Lee’s “Jeet Kun Do” is “the way of the intercepting fist.” When someone attacks you, comes within your space, you intercept them, right at that point. You’ve got right on your side, and you firmly teach them to not approach you in that way.

In that second paragraph, they lead with “relatively high prices”, then bury “coupled with increased volume” after it.

The techniques I’ve pointed out are part of a standard formula utilized within the global news blackout on this subject, as I’ve been demonstrating here in this thread for well over three years, now.

In 2008, Science Magazine assured us, “No Recovery for Atlantic Cod Population”. In 2015, the Conservation Law Foundation asked, with a straight face, “Will Atlantic Cod Exist in 2036?

Less than three years later, we’re seeing the highest cod numbers anyone’s ever seen in history.

Knowing exactly what I did in 2015, propagandists from New Scientist allowed “Cod make a comeback thanks to strict cuts in fishing”, while their counterparts at Scientific American stated “Cod Could Recover in Warming Waters.” Literally one day later, the New York Times ran with “Cod’s Continuing Decline Linked to Warming Gulf of Maine Waters.”

So, is it fishing cuts, or is it warming waters, or both, or neither that is driving the cod population’s recovery? And have the cod recovered, are they recovering, or is there merely the possibility that they might recover? Do warming waters help, harm, or both help-and-harm Cod? I’m so confused and ensheepled!

Actually, I’m not in any way confused. They’re Conspirators, throwing anything they’ve got at the wall, and seeing what sticks, as part of a larger, well-architected, planned and organized Conspiracy. They’re keeping a swirling cloud of confusion and misinformation going for as long as possible as they plunge unstoppably to their ruin.

You’ve been tirelessly programmed to imagine that the fair-seeming, One-Percenter few would never conspire to defraud and harm the many, and I’m breaking that programming, right here, and right now.

If there were Some Big Conspiracy, someone would notice, someone would speak up. You couldn’t keep it a secret.” Yes!

It’s a desperate rearguard action for them, now, which will soon turn to rout, as you can feel in the tone of this headline, also from 2015:

Cod recovery ‘quite spectacular,’ but George Rose calls for caution

Say what you will about them, there’s no quit in these guys:

February 28, 2017 – Ocean Fish Stocks on “Verge of Collapse,” Says IRIN Report

For all of human history, It was “us vs. them”, with Illuminist, secret-handshake-club “Kinsmen”, all from one carefully-husbanded genetic lineage, leading all of the nations and principalities, dressing up in the best of clothes and putting on earnest appearance while hoodwinking  their respective populaces via divide-and-conquer ruses, while privately laughing and slapping each other on the back on the down-low.

That all stopped working some time ago, so they tried an end-run, “everyone-vs.-nature.”

Using Death-energy-based techniques and technology to lay waste to flora and fauna across the planet, they cooked up the cover story that it was you, and me, and our cars, and cow farts, and all manner of other things that was doing the killing.

Well, the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of Orgonite devices in the larger environment pulled the rug right out from under that stratagem, and now they’re caught out, with nowhere left to run.

And the now-unstoppable positive changes that are taking place worldwide include rising awareness, and an increase in clarity and discernment. Which leads, of course, to the public no longer having “confidence” in the con artists running the aforementioned “confidence game.”

Please consider spreading the word, and, if have not already done so, distributing simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices where you live and work today, or sponsor a gifter, perhaps even through a vehicle such as this forum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

November 25, 2008 – No Recovery for Atlantic Cod Population – Science Magazine

 

October 24, 2014 – Cod Populations Remain Low in North Atlantic – Wide Open Spaces

Researchers question if the cod population in the northern Atlantic will ever be fully restored

 

July 8, 2015 – Cod make a comeback thanks to strict cuts in fishing – New Scientist

 

October 28, 2015 – Cod recovery ‘quite spectacular,’ but George Rose calls for caution

 

October 28, 2015 – Cod Could Recover in Warming Waters – Scientific American

 

October 29, 2015 – Cod’s Continuing Decline Linked to Warming Gulf of Maine Waters – New York Times

 

December 11. 2015 – Will Atlantic Cod Exist in 2036? | Conservation Law Foundation

 

February 28, 2017 – Ocean Fish Stocks on “Verge of Collapse,” Says IRIN Report

 

November 25, 2008 – No Recovery for Atlantic Cod Population | Science | AAAS

 

 

 

October 28, 2015 – Cod Could Recover in Warming Waters – Scientific American

 

February 5, 2018 – Bumper start to Norwegian seafood exports for 2018

Norway exported 198,000 tonnes of seafood worth NOK 7.7 billion in January. An increase in volume of 23,000 tonnes or 13 per cent and a NOK 143 million or 2 per cent rise in value compared with January last year.

Salmon exports totalled 85,400 tonnes, with a value of NOK 5.1 billion in January. This represents an increase in volume of 16,000 tonnes or 23 per cent with export values on par with same month in 2017. The average price for fresh whole salmon fell from NOK 72.02 to NOK 57.10 per kg. Poland, France and Denmark were the largest export markets for salmon from Norway.

In January 3,200 tonnes of trout were exported with a value of NOK 207 million. Volumes were up by 703 tonnes or 28 per cent while the export value increased by NOK 13 million or 7 per cent compared to January last year.

Herring exports increase, whilst mackerel exports decline

33,500 tonnes of herring were exported in January with a value of NOK 322 million. This represents an increase in volume of 8,300 tonnes or 33 per cent while the value increased by NOK 26 million or 9 per cent.

In January, 19,800 tonnes of mackerel were exported with a value of 245 million. Volumes fell by just under 5,000 tonnes or 20 per cent while the value fell by NOK 62 million or 20 per cent. South Korea, Turkey and China were the largest export markets for Norwegian mackerel in January.

Clipfish exports rise

9,600 tonnes of clipfish were exported with a value of NOK 418 million. Volumes increased by 819 tonnes or 9 per cent while export values increased by NOK 50 million or 14 per cent compared with January last year. Brazil was the largest market in January with a value of NOK 238 million.

Salted fish exports are unchanged

In January, 1,000 tonnes of salted fish were exported with a value of NOK 47 million. Volumes were down by 143 tonnes or 12 per cent while export values are at the same level as January 2017. Spain and Greece were our most important markets in January.

Fresh and frozen cod exports rise

5,700 tonnes of fresh cod incl. Skrei were exported in January with a total value of NOK 232 million. This is an increase in volume of 1,500 tonnes or 37 per cent while export value increased by NOK 47 million or 26 per cent. Of this, Skrei accounted for 589 tonnes, which represents an increase of 200 tonnes. The value of Skrei was NOK 30 million, up by NOK 9 million or 45 per cent.

(They gave you the percentages of every other fish under discussion, except this one, where they gave you the numbers, but carefully hedged by omitting the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go badly off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. It’s a 51% increase in volume. More tellingly, still, they went right back to giving you the percentage with the value increase of Skrei. – ed)

In January, 7,900 tonnes of frozen cod were exported with a value of NOK 273 million. This is a decrease in volume of 786 tonnes or 9 per cent while export value increased by NOK 7 million or 3 per cent.

“The good weather in January has given increased volumes for cod and whitefish compared to the same month last year, although prices have been somewhat lower. Prices in January have been far higher than the average for the whole of 2017. Relatively high prices for especially cod and haddock, coupled with increased volumes, mean that cod fish products are experiencing their best January ever“, says Ingrid Kristine Pettersen, analyst with the Norwegian Seafood Council.

(Implies that the best January in Norway fishing history occurred because “better weather lead to more effective fishing trips” – ed)

Prawns exports rise

671 tonnes of prawns were exported in January with a value of NOK 53 million. An increase of 92 tonnes or 16 per cent, while export values increased by NOK 10 million or 24 per cent on January last year. Sweden and the UK were the largest markets in January.

King crab exports are down

179 tonnes of king crab was exported with a value of NOK 52 million kroner. This is a decrease of 89 tonnes or 33 per cent year-on-year while export value fell by NOK 21 million kroner or 28 per cent. South Korea and the United States were the largest markets in January.

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