Japanese strawberry exports increased almost 60% in 2017

“Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious.”

George Orwell, from “1984“, 1949

 

 

 

 

 

It’s February, 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 documents how Japan’s agriculture, forestry and fisheries exports hit a record high in 2017 for the fifth straight year.

Those five years are 2012 to present. The positive changes this thread is documenting started right around then, and really got going in earnest about three years ago. There’s a global news blackout on the subject, and has been from day one, and I’m currently the only person I know of who is covering the story.

I hope this changes soon. Actually, it has to, that’s a basic truth. Very soon, the Black magic spell holding everyone in unseeing, incredulous disbelief is  – snap – going to break. Remember, when the school of fish, the flock of birds turns, they do so apparently as one.

Last year, Japanese exports of strawberries increased 56.6 percent. The author’s suggestion that the increase was due to “strong sales of high-priced products” is bizarre, and obviously a false hedge to explain away the real reason for the stunning 56% increase.

In journalistic parlance, they “buried” it as far down in the article as they could, so I made it the title of this post, so searchers would see it, and be interested, and then read about the context, and become wiser about the folks who write the articles, and the folks who employ them to write the articles.

Remember, only a tiny few at the top write the “approved” stuff, that gets sent to all the subscribers of that news service, who have to run it, and don’t question it. It’s why gigantic, pyramidally-contructed news organizations are so important in the Conspiracy run by the One-Percenter few to defraud the many.

I just realized that “conspiracy” and “confidence game” both start with “con”. But I digress.

Japanese beef increased 41.4 % “as Taiwan lifted its import ban”.

That implies they had the cows, previously, and couldn’t sell them – a ruse. A 41% drop in beef demand would collapse the beef market, put beef farmers out of business.

Forestry products increased 32.3 percent, which the author avers was “partly helped by exports of timber to China.” Which is maybe an eighth of a truth. It implies that they had previously-unsold timber. That’s a false hedge to explain away the real driver of the stunning 32% increase.

The change is real, and visible, just as the propaganda surrounding it is. But the change is permanent, and the propaganda is not. Propaganda has a lifespan.

Please consider sending the propagandists highest Love energy as you read their material.

 

 

 

 

 

January 7, 2018 – Japan’s farm, fisheries exports mark record high

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government seeks to bolster the country’s farm sectors

(which are booming at their highest levels in history, five years in a row – ed)

TOKYO — Japan’s agriculture, forestry and fisheries exports hit a record high in 2017 for the fifth straight year, led by robust growth in shipments of beef and green tea, a source close to the matter said Wednesday.

But the level, totaling 807.3 billion yen ($7.4 billion), is still far from 1 trillion yen, the target Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government has set to achieve by 2019 as it seeks to bolster the country’s farm sectors.

(When everyone finally wakes up to the transformation, they’ll claim “we did it. We bolstered the farm sector.” – ed)

The exports of agriculture, forestry and fisheries products represent an increase of 7.6 percent from the previous year on the back of a rise in the number of health-conscious consumers and the popularity of “washoku,” or Japanese food, overseas, the source said.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries will announce the data soon, the source said.

(They’re slow-playing it, dragging their feet as much as possible. – ed)

By country and region, Hong Kong remained the largest importer of Japanese farm produce at 187.7 billion yen, followed by the United States at 111.5 billion yen. China came third with over 100 billion yen, one notch up from the previous year, while Taiwan retreated to fourth place from third.

Of the total, exports of agricultural products, including processed foods, climbed 8.1 percent to 496.8 billion yen and fisheries products gained 4.2 percent to 275 billion yen. Forestry products were up 32.3 percent to 35.5 billion yen, partly helped by exports of timber to China.

 (“partly helped by exports of timber to china”, is maybe an eighth of a truth. It implies that they had previously-unsold timber. A hedge to explain away the real driver of the stunning 32% increase. – ed)

By products, Japanese beef jumped 41.4 percent to 19.16 billion yen as Taiwan lifted its import ban last September that was introduced after the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011.

(Implies they had the cows, previously, and couldn’t sell them – a ruse. A 41% drop in beef demand would collapse the beef market.  – ed)

Green tea saw a 24.3 percent rise to 14.36 billion yen due to strong sales of high-priced products, while exports of strawberries soared 56.6 percent to 1.8 billion yen.

(“Due to strong sales of high-priced products” is bizarre, and obviously a false hedge to explain away the real reason for the 56% increase. And it’s deliberately “buried”, at the very, very bottom. – ed)

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