“Since it is so likely that children will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knights and heroic courage.”

     

“Since it is so likely that children will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knights and heroic courage.”

C.S. Lewis, “On Stories: And Other Essays on Literature”, 1966

 

 

 

 

Valerie: True love, life expiring and you don’t have the decency to say why you won’t help!
Miracle Max: Nobody’s hearing nothing!
Valerie[continues repeating “Humperdinck” at Max]
Inigo Montoya[simultaneously] This is Buttercup’s true love! If you heal him, he will stop Humperdinck’s wedding.
Miracle Max[quiets Valerie] Wait, wait- I make him better, Humperdinck suffers?
Inigo Montoya: Humiliations galore!
Miracle Max[laughs and sings briefly] That is a noble cause! Give me the sixty-five. I’m on the job!

From “The Princess Bride”, by William Goldman, 1987

 

 

It’s August, 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 several current examples below to support it.

In them you’ll also see the formulaic use of propaganda to blunt and defray the awareness that the environment has suddenly and radically transformed in a very positive way, leading to fish an order of magnitude larger than their predecessors.

The same thing’s also being seen in land animals, as you’ll see in the story below from Tennessee that details the largest whitetail deer killed in the history of deer hunting.

There exists, to be sure, a unified cloud of disinformation surrounding this subject. A miasma of propaganda dispensed in lockstep by all of the globe’s media outlets, and that mighty effort is not without potent effect.

If you don’t believe me, try printing this article out and handing it to someone not ready to assimilate the information.

However, “Confidence games” succeed only via lies and misdirection, and most people get wise pretty quick if one is explained to them. To quote Billy Crystal’s “Miracle Max” from the Princess Bride, “I’m on the job!”

I’m doing this to break the Black magic spell that for this one, final moment holds much of humanity in thrall.

Once a spell’s been broken – poof! – it’s not part of reality anymore.

So we’re moving into a new reality, in fact, have already moved into it. The great, epochal positive changes I’m documenting here have been underway in earnest for three or four years, now.

Please consider doing what you feel might spread broader awareness of this situation for our collective benefit.

 

 

August 24, 2017 – Colorado – New state record fish caught in Windsor

After 27 years, the state record for black crappie has been broken!

The new state record black crappie, caught in Windsor’s Frank State Wildlife Area.

Fesstus Stalder of Greeley caught the fish, which weighed in at a record-breaking 3 pounds, 7.84 ounces, and 17.472 inches in length, at the Frank Easement West Pond, in the Frank State Wildlife Area (http://poudreheritage.org/locations/frank-state-wildlife-area/) in Windsor.

(As in the previous example, this story also makes no mention of the previous record. Precisely as in that previous case, I had to research another story to learn that the previous state record fish was caught in La Plata County in 1990 and weighed 3.22 lbs. That’s 8% larger than the previous record.

You wouldn’t know that unless I told you, because they carefully removed the old record from the first article to keep you from finding out, and the neither article mentions the percentage, so I had to do the math. It’s strict adherence to another of the standard protocols within the global news blackout on the subject.

The article makes no mention of the fact that this record is part of a broader, global trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “Compartmentalization.” -ed)

 

June 29, 2018 – Tennessee – A larger than life crappie gets caught in East Tennessee. The giant weighed in at 5.46 lbs and is confirmed as the new Tennessee state record and possibly the new world record.

An absolute giant of a crappie was caught in a pond in Paint Rock, East Tennessee by angler Jam Ferguson. That giant weighed in at a whopping 5.46 pounds.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with crappie fishing or fishing in general, this is groundbreaking. Absolutely huge. The fish is now the World Record Black Crappie.

(Adhering to one of strict protocols of the global news blackout surrounding this subject, the story makes no mention of the previous record. I had to research a second article to learn:

For the second time in less than a two-year period Tennessee has produced a wildlife world record.

A 5 pound, 7.68 ounces black crappie was caught in a pond in Philadelphia, Tenn., by Lionel “Jam” Ferguson, which eclipsed the world record 5-pound black crappie caught on a private lake in Missouri in 2006, according to the International Game Fish Association. he previous black crappie record in Tennessee was 4 pounds, 4 ounces caught in 1985 in Brown’s Creek Lake in Henderson.

Ferguson’s record fish came about 19 months after Stephen Tucker killed the world record white tail deer in Gallatin with 47-point antlers which measured 312 3/8 inches.

(Makes no mention of the previous record – ed)

“Prayers go up and blessings come down.” Ferguson said.

Philadelphia is located in Loudon County near Knoxville.”

Larger-than-ever-in-history fish in the ponds. Larger-than-ever-in-history deer in the woods. New records exceeding old records by wide margins, when such records are usually barely exceeded.

In this case, it’s 29% larger than the previous record. You wouldn’t know that unless I told you, because they carefully removed the old record from the first article to keep you from finding out, and the neither article mentions the percentage, so I had to do the math. It’s strict adherence to another of the standard protocols within the global news blackout on the subject.

The article makes no mention of the fact that this record is part of a broader, global trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “Compartmentalization.” -ed)

 

July 5, 2018 – Georgia teen reels in potential world record fish off Hatteras

A teenager from Georgia boated a possible new world junior angler record for the largest dolphinfish while fishing out of Hatteras Inlet.

Lucas Duke, 14, of Dexter, Ga., caught the 72 pound, 14 ounce mahi mahi on Tuesday aboard the Wasabi out of Teach’s Lair Marina.

According to the International Game Fish Association website, Duke’s catch would shatter the previous boys junior record of 61 pounds, 8 ounces caught in the Gulf of Mexico off Louisiana in 1999.

(Unlike the first two examples, this story actually provides the numbers for the old and new records. The new record is 20% larger than the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. You wouldn’t know the percentage unless I told you, because I had to do the math. It’s another example of strict adherence to one of the standard protocols within the global news blackout on the subject.

The article makes no mention of the fact that this record is part of a broader, global trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “Compartmentalization.” -ed)

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