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TIDBIT: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS

This was another of those weeks when the inbox was stuffed with many blog-worthy articles. Here's a few you many be interested in:

This early paper on geophysical warfare was shared by R.B., and it's quite important!

“How to Wreck the Environment” — MacDonald’s Blueprint for Modern Geophysical Warfare

This review of the "Arkancide timeline" is helpful, and it contains a healthy dollop of its own high octane speculation, shared by V.T.:

Another Cluster Of Mysterious Deaths! Arkansas Judge Seals Police Records On Murder Of Former Arkansas State Senator Who Was Allegedly Investigating CPS Child Trafficking Ring

C.V. shared these two articles, the first states that the California wildfires were sparked by a hammer (uh huh... what do you expect from CNN?) and the second states that PG&E might "proactively turn off people's electricity" since there is a fire danger:

Spark from hammer caused California's largest wildfire, agency says

PG&E Closely Monitoring Fire Danger Conditions in Northern California; Might Proactively Turn Off Power for Safety to a Number of Customers

M.W. spotted and shared this article about I.G. Farbensanto's plans for a seed factory in Chile:

Bayer building Latin America's largest seed factory in Chile

V.T. Spotted this one about Mad Madam Merkel's latest slither:

Merkel Admits: German Multiculturalism Has ‘Utterly Failed’

Angela

 

14 thoughts on “TIDBIT: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS”

  1. somewhere along the line, we might wanna put more thoughts about how the hostile intent of these parties is becoming more and more overt. from 9/2001 that’s been the logic i saw most pertinent to the ny attack. that was brazenly overt compared to all previous attacks. overt in all questions of who, what, where, when, how and why. all these questions, (especially why) have amazingly long lists of answers. beyond all the gafla answers that were thrown at us from the start.

    considering the ideas being forwarded now that pertain directly to us even as we try to carefully bystand, we might want to consider the overt hostility and how to proceed with that in mind.

    an amendment to criminalize flag burning?
    criminalizing non-vaccine compliance?
    criminalizing hate speech?
    search and seizure law?
    govt confiscation law?
    gun confiscation based on predictive crime data?

    there are many principles being violated here – nuremberg’s principles on forced medical procedures? presumed innocence? informed consent? free speech? who decides what defines what? consider the greased slope we’re talking about here. if a person can be asset stripped and citizenship revoked for burning a flag, what’s the next thought crime to be outlawed? weren’t 70k people sterilized in the u.s. after being deemed unfit to reproduce before 1930’s by such famous judges as oliver wendel holmes? guess i’m asking for more thoughts on how to imagine a path outta this valley of death we’re sauntering down into.

    btw. pardon the down tone here. i’m almost through daniel estulin’s tavistock institute from 2015. it can be a bit daunting. promise to read something more upbeat tomorrow. not sure what i was thinking chasing doc’s microcosm with this one. gladly taking suggestions on books to chase estulin with.

  2. these are nice catches doc. thank you. macdonald’s earth crushing tech especially. the only part of the article i find unlikely is his use of the term indiscriminate damage through these technologies. even in ’68, he had to have known better than to think they couldn’t wield sharp control.

  3. Robert Barricklow

    Merkle admits

    The haves and the have nots living side by side happily doesn’t work?

    Just add your bombed out of your countries; you should give up your culture, language, & religion an integrate into an austerity culture of your conqueror’s vassal state.

    The add your fanatic religious leaders want you to invade another country you should.

    Then, simply shake well and mix.
    Presto!
    Weaponized immigration does work!

    Just not for the citizens of puppet states.

  4. Robert Barricklow

    Bayer Seed Factory Chile.

    It’s not easy selling death.
    The pesty people don’t cotton to eating poisons.

  5. On Bayer building Latin America’s largest seed factory in Chile, I wonder about the building of a PTB ‘refuge’ in South America. One could easily interpret the Northern Hemisphere PTB-inspired chaos & destabilizing as a plan to cut-&-run to SA after imploding (or exploding) said Northern Hemisphere. Get away from all that ‘unpleasantness’…

    Combine the seed factory with the well-known PTB property-buying in SA, the Bariloche heritage, and the neighboring Israeli settlements. Toss-in Joseph’s examination of a post-WWII Nazi ‘presence’ in the area. Finally, throw-in Obama’s “summoning” down to the nature reserve south of Bariloche.

    It might be a good thing to track – similar to whether or not a certain group showed-up for work at the Twin Towers on 9/11 – the “vacations” of the PTB. If a gaggle suddenly opt for a SA vacation, make plans accordingly…

  6. Robert Barricklow

    California Fires.
    Again…
    This time the internet is not supporting the browser; get this or that to fix it> Wait! A drop down advertisement; Oops! Here comes another drop-down ad! Hit the scroll button; and it flies past the article by and stops dead center at an ad. Etc. etc.
    I got to admit I laugh quite a bit at these stories/
    “After a meticulous and thorough investigation”….
    I’s just one laugh, after another, after another. Quite humorous. Whoa, I hear my ear phones on the table. Missing that/those ad[$], How sad.
    Really, I don’t watch the news or read articles[in the main] ; w/the exception to see what’s trending here.
    At least the PG & G article was commercial free.
    Turning off the power on those customers[aka commodities] that weren’t on the to-be-burned list.

    1. Robert, you might want to consider uBlock Origin and Privacy Badger as worthwhile add-ons to your browser (may be FireFox only; check their sites out). I have noticed a world of difference since adding them…

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Thanks goshawks,
        but “happiness isn’t everything”,
        [a quote from Bob Hope about marriage].

      2. duckduckgo seems to help. same for startpage.

        rb, wasn’t hope working that thang for mkultra?

          1. Thanks For The Memories … The Truth Has Set Me Free! The Memoirs of Bob Hope’s and Henry Kissinger’s Mind-Controlled Slave Paperback – March 15, 1999
            by Brice Taylor (Author)

        1. Robert Barricklow

          Thanks ZDB.
          Have to read it; just ordered it.

          Saw Bob Hope at Don Muang AFB in Bangkok; riding all over hell w/all the top-brass.

  7. Robert Barricklow

    Child Trafficking Ring.
    Ah! The internet. So commercially vibrant, so algorithmically automated – to carry me; whether or not! I want to be taken, to commercial “True Legends”[quite frankly; the algorithms are tailored to get the money, not what the customer’s data purports], and/or etc., etc.
    That pesty-truth-bug has bitten some Senators again. That pesty truth disease must be exterminated before other representatives start believing they really are Senators for the good of all the people they represent.
    That the pesty truth bug flies in certain Clinton
    and/or child sex rings is no accident; and will continue until either truth is exterminated… or the killers.

  8. Robert Barricklow

    How To Wreck The Environment
    [post as I read]
    Ancient Human history…
    as opposed to ancient AI an/or Alien history?
    And “whose” ancient Human history?
    National Geographic’s?
    “Restoring the Quality of ‘Our’ Environment”. LOL!
    What is “toxic waste” a euphemism for?
    [Yes, in this case. toxic is a mild substitute in comparison]
    Al Gore; the drafted, to-be-made billionaire,
    to perpetrate this trillion dollar hoax.
    Yep, the Goldman Sac’$ trillionaire-carbon-tax derivative$.
    Is The Biblical Flood beyond their
    Babylonian ancient historical measure?
    It’s all good; the hot nuclear madness is being adequately quenched by geoengineering weather warfare.
    Perhaps releasing the energies of Yellowstone’s super-volcano will be all to the good as well? Yes, that a great metaphor for the “butterfly effect”! Hey, they might even be used domestically; all for the good of course,
    W/O Question? [w/o=without]
    Of course.

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