“the International Union for Conservation of Nature” wants to end awarding world records for endangered fish.

“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.”

George Orwell, from “1984“, 1949

 

“Angling group assails study calling for end to some world records”

 

Assail – make a concerted or violent attack on.
“the Scots army assailed Edward’s army from the rear”
synonyms: attack, assault, pounce on, set upon/about, fall on, charge, rush, storm; More
(of an unpleasant feeling or physical sensation) come upon (someone) suddenly and strongly.

 

 

 

I’ve broken the game open on the Bad Guys with my serial studies of fish records over time. I just discovered the article below, from 2014, about how “the International Union for Conservation of Nature” wants to end awarding world records for endangered fish. Nothing else is said about this organization. Where is it based? Who runs it? How long has it been around?

Sounds like a UN scam, but it may not even exist.

2014 is when the great, epochal positive changes that we’re experiencing got underway in earnest, and the year I started writing about them almost every day in this thread. And here we see how the Bad Guys threw this into play immediately, knowing that, through fish records, the their global network of Death energy would be at last exposed. Orgonite’s shift of the energetic environment back to the positive would show that it was the health and strength of the Ether, moreso than physical mechanics, that was and is the driver of life. And that the folks in charge had been messing it up as hard and as assiduously as they possibly could for all of recorded history.

This is another heavy blow, showing, yes, wait for it, Conspiracy.

My theory is that a small, genetically-related cabal of barely-closeted Death worshippers conspire together to do all manner of things, and another small but telling element of that ongoing conspiracy is this blatant attempt to cloud and defray research into fish records.

 

 

 

Angling group assails study calling for end to some world records

By Allie WilkinsonSep. 4, 2014 , 2:00 AM

A prominent angling group is complaining that there’s something fishy about a recent study calling for an end to awarding world records for endangered fish. The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) of Dania Beach, Florida, the leading record-keeper for recreational anglers, says that the numbers don’t support a claim that record-keeping is encouraging people to kill the largest fish in threatened populations.

IGFA maintains records, which are typically based on weight, for some 1200 species. Last month, researchers reported online in Marine Policy that 85 of those species are rated as either vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List. They called for IGFA to stop awarding weight-based records for those species, arguing the awards were creating an incentive to kill the largest fish, particularly egg-bearing females.

IGFA disputes that claim and is rejecting the call to stop awarding records. Most (88%) of the species identified as threatened by the study were listed only within the past 20 years, according to a response written by IGFA Conservation Director Jason Schratwieser. And since those listings, he adds, IGFA reports anglers have submitted only 15 All-Tackle record applications for the threatened species. That small number of applications, Schratwieser writes, “does not support the hypothesis that IGFA All-Tackle records have a disproportionately negative impact on imperiled species as the authors suggest, but rather a disproportionately low impact.” (IGFA has submitted its response to Marine Policy for publication.)

(The Organ of the State mouthpiece asserts the precise opposite of what is actually happening.

“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 – ed)

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