Greenwashing the Globe

I was duped and that’s maddening, not to mention a bit humiliating too.

When I first heard of Globalism I was an avid world traveler fancying I could make it as a travel writer. I remember seeing some anti-globalist picketers in front of a large bank in some major European city and thinking “Wow, these folks are really afraid of McDonalds!”

I was no big fan myself, but didn’t consider any differing perspectives or a bigger picture than “Don’t they realize how much more pleasant it is for us travelers to use ATMs and credit cards all over the world rather than deal with cash or Traveler’s Cheques?

How very naïve I was and what a difference a decade can make. I imagined global government meant a global democracy. Really! What a slap in the face it was to witness the U.S. become far more like the formerly Soviet-bloc countries I’d known.

I remember once on an overnight train ride through a few countries in Eastern Europe I was awoken five times by fierce agents in differing uniforms to “Show your papers!”

It seemed so absurd to me, so pointless and paranoid.  Not to mention how very annoying it was to have to perform this ritual throughout my sleepless night.

Then I got repeatedly frisked in my country’s own airports—required to go barefoot on filthy floors and to strip to my tank top in front of hundreds of passengers.  I watched as cities transformed for military operations, boiled as I learned about the mass surveillance, screamed when I heard about the force-feeding of GMOs, and just when I thought it couldn’t possibly get any darker, yes quite naive once again, darker indeed it got—it’s called Global Dimming, http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sun/ and it’s part of the on-going global climate manipulation.

The spin agents in the mainstream media want to make it look, at best, like beneficial progress harmless to humanity and, at worst, as if it’s all one giant conspiracy theory invented by inconvenient crazies.

But how can any mind dismiss it all when it just doesn’t add up? When the military says one thing, and the weathermen another, and the public officials, the experts, the alternative media, social media are all aglow with speculation and hype, yet, it’s never on the mainstream news.  Surely any rational mind revolts and roars–Something is very wrong indeed!

It requires extensive independent research to unravel. Luckily these days that can be done from the comfort of your bed or kitchen or living room. That may not be the case for much longer.

The mainstream media would have us think normal contrails are crisscrossing the sky at various locations around the entire globe. Greenpeace calls it a conspiracy theory.  I actually volunteered for them once upon a time.  Arghhh!

So, Greenpeace, we are to think the pilots are simply bored and playing Tic-Tac-Toe up there?

Please folks, I’m begging y’all here.  Help us do the research and raise awareness. If we all stop being so naïve and self-focused and do a bit of study on behalf of future generations, we just might be able to take back control of our skies and our lives.

Thanks to the tireless work of so many the initial research can now be as easy as watching some Youtube videos. This is a new series that’s very approachable called In the Garden with Max Bliss.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBxBC20S_7Y&index=3&list=PLWZKZdhpugaNk-Seh36ZWbXv1jfNB7d0a

The latest whistleblower from Geoengineering Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl5NW9KcMt0&list=WL&index=17

And a few quotes to inspire your resolve. Thanks for reading y’all, please take action.

The concept of national sovereignty has been immutable,
indeed a sacred principle of international relations.
It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to
the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation.

UN Commission on Global Governance report

“Democracy is not a panacea. It cannot organize everything and
it is unaware of its own limits. These facts must be faced squarely.
Sacrilegious though this may sound, democracy is no longer well
suited for the tasks ahead. The complexity and the technical nature
of many of today’s problems do not always allow elected
representatives to make competent decisions at the right time.

Club of Rome,
The First Global Revolution

Regionalism must precede globalism.
We foresee a seamless system of governance from
local communities, individual states, regional unions
and up through to the United Nations itself
.”
UN Commission on Global Governance

The goal now is a socialist, redistributionist society,
which is nature’s proper steward and society’s only hope
.”
David Brower,
founder of Friends of the Earth

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If we don’t overthrow capitalism, we don’t have a chance of
saving the world ecologically. I think it is possible to have
an ecologically sound society under socialism.
I don’t think it is possible under capitalism

Judi Bari,
principal organiser of Earth First!

http://green-agenda.com/

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I have yet to hear a single politician currently in office discuss Geoengineering in public, yet it’s all over social media in a multitude of languages.  hmmmm . . .

 

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I know a number of folks who have never met a chemical they didn’t love. They spray their grass with herbicide, their tomatoes with fungicide, their peach trees with multiple pesticides, their corn with chemical fertilizer or Round-up, usually both. I suspect they spray their bodies with a similar number of toxic ingredients and dutifully get their flu shots and take their many medications.

The above photo was taken over our property as the “chemtrails” expanded.  I asked folks north and south of me to also look at their skies.  They reported the same.  But then what?

How do you convince folks that what they are spraying in our atmosphere with their Solar Radiation Management, Stratospheric Aerosole campaigns, global climate manipulation and weather warfare experimentation is incredibly dangerous to our health and that of the planet?

Or, suppose one didn’t need to convince them at all, but instead could just bypass the busy public and go straight to the authorities?  The military, the media, our public officials would stand with the citizenry and work to expose these clandestine, yet oh-so-obvious and well-documented maneuverings in our skies.  But no, they don’t at all, in fact, they still call it ”conspiracy theory.”

Were now de-classified military weather operations Project Skywater, Ranch Hand, Project Popeye also called ‘conspiracy theory’ in their day?

Is it still called a conspiracy when it is obvious in the skies and the information is available to the public?

At what point does a concerned citizen conclude, you know, it seems folks love chemicals and they want them tested all over them, and their pets, children, lands, and waters.  What an odd duck am I to question the authorities’ and the neighbors’ wills, or perhaps lack of them?

If Alzeimer’s and various other diseases are linked to the chemicals being sprayed, all the better, because then we can forget how much we loved and invited in all the chemicals the military industrial complex cared to spray. Spray away! We love your spray!

“In 2025, US aerospace forces can “own the weather by capitalizing on emerging technologies and focusing development of those technologies to war-fighting applications. Such a capability offers the war fighter tools to shape the battlespace in ways never before possible. It provides opportunities to impact operations across the full spectrum of conflict and is pertinent to all possible futures. The purpose of this paper is to outline a strategy for the use of a future weather-modification system to achieve military objectives rather than to provide a detailed technical road map. A high-risk, high-reward endeavor, weather-modification offers a dilemma not unlike the splitting of the atom. While some segments of society will always be reluctant to examine controversial issues such as weather-modification, the tremendous military capabilities that could result from this field are ignored at our own peril. From enhancing friendly operations or disrupting those of the enemy via small-scale tailoring of natural weather patterns to complete dominance of global communications and counterspace control, weather-modification offers the war fighter a wide-range of possible options to defeat or coerce an adversary. Some of the potential capabilities a weather-modification system could provide to a war-fighting commander in chief (CINC) are listed in table 1. Technology advancements in five major areas are necessary for an integrated weather-modification capability: (1) advanced nonlinear modeling techniques, (2) computational capability, (3) information gathering and transmission, (4) a global sensor array, and (5) weather intervention techniques. Some intervention tools exist today and others may be developed and refined in the future.”

From a 1996 Air Force document: “A global, precise, real-time, robust, systematic weather-modification capability would provide war-fighting CINCs with a powerful force multiplier to achieve military objectives. Since weather will be common to all possible futures, a weather-modification capability would be universally applicable and have utility across the entire spectrum of conflict. The capability of influencing the weather even on a small scale could change it from a force degrader to a force multiplier.” Weather as Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025

Evidence of Coal-Fly-Ash Toxic Chemical Geoengineering in the Troposphere: Consequences for Public Health by J. Marvin Herndon

“The consequences on public health are profound, including exposure to a variety of toxic heavy metals, radioactive elements, and neurologically-implicated chemically mobile aluminum released by body moisture in situ after inhalation or through transdermal induction.”

“. . .the 3-element fingerprint in post-spraying rainwater measurements indicates the global extent of tropospheric aerosol coal fly ash dispersing:  such measurements have been made in the United State, Canada, France, Portugal, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand.” (3 elements fingerprint is aluminum, barium and strontium)

http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/12/8/9375

“The Department of Commerce Weather Bureau reported in 1960 that they were conducting a weather modification study in which, “Chemicals are introduced into the cloud which noticeably changes the surface tension of the droplets. Electrification effects are being observed by artificially electrifying the droplets and subjecting them to impressed electric fields.”

But I’m sure it’s all very safe, because, because, because, because, because . . . .

arosolesprayThe striping or grid pattern typical of Stratospheric Aerosol spraying over our property on September 28 and 29th, 2016.  I do not comply!  I consider this trespassing!  I will take this to the courts, because we are not your Guinea Pigs!

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Or, may we all embrace our Alzheimer’s together?  After all, when in Rome!  🙂

After all, Disney got in the business of promoting weather manipulation back in 1959, so it must be good!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRG9PxCkcI0

“Let it be known that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has profoundly violated both the Clean Air Act of 1963 And the Clean Water Act of 1972.  These blatant transgressions of U.S. federal law have been occurring since the illegal and clandestine chemical geoengineering programs have been implemented.  Also known as Operation Indigo Skyfold, these surreptitious chemtrail operations have been deliberately misrepresented to the American people as the normal emissions of aircraft condensation trails.”  http://themillenniumreport.com/2015/08/chemtrail-aerosols-the-most-powerful-and-toxic-greenhouse-gas-emission/

 

 

 

Debating, Deflecting or Directing?

I’ve been avoiding the elections because I know they are akin to pro-wrestling for the educated, and the NBC pre-debate warm-up comparing it to a sporting match demonstrates this is a common enough perception.

I don’t watch them, I don’t like them, I don’t trust them.  Still, I found myself watching, as I suspect many others as well. According to reports it was the most watched ever, or some such hype.

It was as dull as I expected it to be, but I was watching with a smart little cyber group that made it more palatable. Almost nothing stuck out too much for me except that the Republican wore blue and sat on the left and the Democrat on the right wore red, obviously expressly set that way, thanks to their handlers’ designs.  And, I noticed that she looked much better than in previous weeks, thanks to botox and make-up so mask-like it made her face nearly expressionless, which exaggerated his already clownish expressions.

I kept thinking, what exactly am I watching here? What is the purpose of this debate?

Then, snap, it came, in their moment of comraderie and agreement: The Terror Watch List.

https://thinkprogress.org/clinton-trump-debate-terror-watch-list-1ad0a47c431c#.5a4padql4

Of course we can all agree that guns should not go to folks on government watch lists! Right?

Did y’all catch that too?

Do you know who is on those lists? Do you know how we got there? Do you know we can’t get off them without personal sponsorship from an FBI agent? Do you know we are not told why we are on one of these lists or even that we are on one? Do you know who has access to these lists?  Did you realize the vast majority of folks on those lists have never been convicted of a crime, let alone accused of one?

Quite probably millions of innocent people are on these lists, which are shared between government agencies and corporations of all sorts. There is little besides our surveillance state and the Federal Reserve that is more an example of our oligarichal, totalitarian, neo-fascist control grid besides these completely unconstitutional lists.

I am on one. Are you? Would you even know? Would you like to know how to find out?

https://www.sott.net/article/242430-Police-State-85-Things-that-Might-Get-You-on-a-DHS-Terrorist-Watch-List

http://www.businessinsider.com/spencer-ackerman-how-you-can-be-on-a-terrorist-watchlist-2014-7

http://reason.com/blog/2014/03/14/are-you-on-a-terrorist-watchlist-because

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https://privacysos.org/lists/

 

 

 

Agorism Update

It’s been a busy few weeks processing all those pears—I canned over 30 jars of them, we’ve got 15 gallons of pear wine brewing and 9 jars of pear-ginger marmalade. I also harvested our first honey, a whopping 4.5 pints!

(I consider leaving out this part where I admit I did not mean to harvest so much, but I made the novice mistake of lifting out a bar full of capped honeycomb, which in a topbar hive should not be done in high heat, because the comb can pull right off the bar and fall into the hive, which is exactly what happened.  It then smashed onto the neighboring comb, killed lots of bees, and meant I had to then harvest two combs and pull out dead bees with tweezers.  Not my finest hour.)

Also, we’ve had another agoristic experience I’m happy to report: 3 wild hogs from a friend traded for a half-dozen dressed ducks. No cash exchanged, that means no cash to line the banksters’ pockets or to pay for more illegal wars. I love the idea of agorism, it makes so much sense to me. But, like with all things, the theory is always easier to come to than the practice.

In fact, I could have several more occasions for bartering if I felt more comfortable simply asking.  We had a dump truck load of mulch delivered, the perfect missed opportunity.   There are many skills involved that require me to up my game and learn things I’ve spent my life avoiding, because I’ve never liked doing them–like marketing, networking, various other entrepreneurial-type skills. I’ve never been that comfortable or concerned with money and I automatically zone out whenever numbers come up. New challenges pop up over the simplest things that hadn’t much occurred to me before, like how to assign value to things or services. What is a dressed duck worth compared to an undressed hog? This is a question a suburban girl never expects to ponder in her lifetime.

Also problematic is distance. I see that bartering sites are popping up quite a bit now in urban areas and folks are exchanging even more now using old standbys like Craigslist. But Austin, Dallas, and Houston are all about a 3-hour drive one way, which make regular trips there un-economical and far too time-consuming.  While I’m thrilled to see how popular bartering is becoming, it’s not a decent short-term solution for us.

Now that I’m pleasantly and perhaps permanently unemployed I like the idea of trying to find other ways to exchange and earn that wouldn’t set us back so far that Handy Hubby would give up the plan of an early retirement. That’s our five-year plan. We don’t want to start a business, not in the traditional sense anyway. We like the simple, uncomplicated sort of life; we’ve adjusted to it now. I think it was once referred to as “subsistence farming,” maybe even without the negative connotation. That’s another concept I never expected to ponder in my lifetime.

I guess the criticism from a reader that I am a neo-luddite was valid after all.  I’ve changed in our nearly seven years here.  Our paradigm has shifted.  Cities are too crowded, even social media is too crowded.  I hate to think the only option for selling our surplus would be to go back into the matrix and try to navigate the (meta)physical marketplace.  Not that I don’t appreciate it now and again, but I’d much rather go for inspiration than labor.

Such thinking of short-term solutions led me to surf the dark web, to research the black and gray markets. It was a very educational journey full of potentialities. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you about that here.

I’d love to hear from y’all–your links, ideas, thoughts, ramblings, all welcome, both practice and theory!

🙂

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Our first honey harvest was an accidental success, I learned so much about what not to do!

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Of course it’s Handy Hubby who does the real heavy lifting.  I’m one lucky unemployed redneck wannabe!

 

 

Predators and Passivity

I wish I could say I was not guilty of it. I watched on two different days last week as a coyote trotted off contentedly first with a duck, then a chicken. The latter time I was outside, with our very large Dane-Mastiff guarding, reading on the deck as the coyote pranced by 200 feet from us, without any chicken ever making a sound to alert our attention.

I did shoot at it, far too late, but I was so slow and stunned I hardly had a chance. I asked on social media whether, had they been faster than me, if they would have choosen to shoot the thieving coyote with their cameras or their guns. Most chose cameras, which demonstrates a double-bind, I believe.

We have lost sight of the predator/prey relationship. In fact, when we look closely into New Age groups and the major push in education currently, the prey has been deluded into believing they can transform the predator into something ‘better’ or “safer” or at least less scary.

The prey goes into school and later even therapy so as to come out better adapted at the game and to his role as prey. The predators understand perfectly this relationship can be best described by the old parable of ‘the frog and the scorpion.’  Since at least Biblical times, it has always been the same game.  The predator/prey relationship is easily paralleled to our more civilized equivalent of Master/slave, which can be extended further to our current neo-serf system of Parent/child and State/citizen.

I fancy myself aware, self-reliant, pro-active, resourceful. Yet, in my ‘truth quest,’ which a great many of us have been on for many years now, I’ve demonstrated my talent at pointing fingers, shifting responsibility, projecting, and most grievous and destructive of all, further nurturing an identification complex. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Identification_%28psychology%29

An identification complex is plaguing seemingly all of society right now so I have plenty of company. We are all pointing our fingers at the 1%, or in the case of “truthers” or “conspiracy theorists” the .001%, as the core problem with the world. We criticize from one side of our mouths and go along with the other. We go along in hundreds of different ways every day. We fall for their fashion and entertainment, we sit in their schools and on their boards and in their governments. On the surface there seems to be little other choice. When someone opens their eyes wide enough to see this is the same master/slave relationship indoctrinated and institutionalized at ever level of the system that has existed since the beginning of history, we are then met with the next inconvenient truth:  We are only looking at the gameboard, we are not understanding the game.

We the slaves both despise and envy the master, and the master knows this and uses it against us.  Obedience is the price and the master sets the terms.  Our role is to remain passive and uncomplaining against the unspoken contract.   When the noose tightens, some slaves become restless and resentful, while others adapt by learning to breathe more shallowly.  Livestock breeders use identical methods.  This is how the system perpetuates and exacerbates to such an imbalance that an excess of predators disrupt the natural order until collapse is inevitable.

Of course the game is rigged!  And if you had your way, it would be rigged in your favor.  Your preference might be: I want it to be fair and safe for everyone, for there to be no predators or prey, no masters or slaves, and many might support you, to the point they’d be willing to become the predators in order to preserve your collective safe-space.

What we see politically we are also allowing in our personal and professional lives. We feel the boot, there are fewer in denial everyday. We know we are being surveilled and minimized and made obsolete. We know we are victims and we react in one of the many ways they know we will, as prey always will: Fight, Flight, Fawn, or Freeze. If one can find another courageous enough to rebel, he is also lost eventually, because to rebel is to remain still inside the game. They have plenty of room for rebellion, they count on it, they thrive on it.

“I can hire one half of the working class to kill the other half.” Jay Gould

Obedience is the prey’s cost in the master/slave, State/citizen relationship, making the passive society become increasingly easy prey; little more than a flock of smiling depressives. These easiest of prey develop a quintessential need for their one-season world, for un-natural order, until passivity replaces fear and we all become the woman watching the coyote trot by with one of her ducks, too slow and maladapted and untrained to stop him.

When one is lucky enough to find another who has the courage to change the game, or at least give it a go, one has met the Fool soon to replace the Father. The game changes when we ourselves change, it’s an inside-out process, not an outside-in. We choose en masse, to not be prey or predator.  We choose to have no rulers. We choose Autonomy, Sovereignty and Self-government.

The ones who understand you must stop the predator or soon all your poultry will perish are the ones rebelling, which the masters then flaunt in front of the more passive prey to get them focused toward each other. The fawns point fingers at the fights, the freezes blame the flights, and around and around we go.

Where will we stop? Does somebody know?

When the most passive meets the predator en face they realize their only hope is one they’ve been trying to avoid all along.  Because the most unpleasant truth of the human condition from the mindset of the frog is that not every frog has to become aware of the nature of the scorpion, they just have to become aware faster than the last frog.

Here’s some research links I know could really benefit some of my fellow frogs.

For your personal life and relationships: Ollie Mathews, an ingenious entrepreneur helping victims of narcissistic abuse by reading their often painful letters on Youtube.  Understanding this co-dependent dysfunctional relationship is crucial to understanding how it’s playing out in the Big Game:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVFJBbBcV6akw8M1YuDo-Yg

To dig into the Big Game, prepare yourself for the most complex, multi-faceted work of your life.

https://www.unslaved.com/

https://tragedyandhope.com/

https://www.corbettreport.com/

 

 

 

 

Success is Overwhelm

Is this true for most people, most of the time?  Does success always lead to overwhelm?  Is that why some of us have an intrinsic fear of success, whereas others fear failure?

So I’ve canned, made hooch, made syrup and various desserts and even got a welcome barter for raw milk, fresh from the cow with our surplus of pears.  Pears still litter the living room and fill the fridge and are starting to ripen faster than I can keep up.  The pears are starting to depress me.  My wrists and forearms ache from peeling.  Other chores are being neglected.  It’s no great difficulty to sit in front of the TV or Youtube and peel for hours on end without any real stress or rush, and yet still I feel the need to curl into a fetal position and pretend I’ve managed it, rather than being only about half-way through.

I just submitted my last grades for my last class at APUS forever.  I should be celebrating, because I’m really glad about it.  And, I should be thrilled for the new hobby that this pear surplus has made me start digging into:  wine-making.  From what I’m able to gather so far in my novice stage, what we’ve been calling “hooch” is actually what winemakers call ‘must’.  I think.

While I am thrilled for the new hobby and the last grading, overwhelm has tainted my success.   It feels something like grid-lock.  There are still many, many pounds of pears that need processing, and once processed, need to find a semi-permanent storage spot, and then we need to learn to really love eating canned pears.

I think I don’t know the difference between success and overwhelm, really.  To me, they are two sides of the same coin.  Handy Hubby will not be pleased to learn the only thing I can imagine now is we need to add a hobby room to the house, and a cellar.  I’m going to need lots of wine-making equipment, then in a year or so once I’ve got that down, we’ll need a still, for cognac and such.

He might also be reconsidering success.  😉

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A failed pear-blueberry galette from Baking with Julia.  I just plain suck at crusts, there seems to be little hope for me, no matter how I try!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victims of Random Success, Failure

Sweet potato success two years ago was two wheelbarrows full.  This year, not a one survived, though slips filled two healthy rows at one time in early June.  Two years ago, no pears to speak of, in fact only one  and a half crops in 4 years.  This year, a bumper crop from a single tree that will fill my afternoons for the next week in processing.  Peppers one year, tomatoes another, melons everywhere like weeds three years ago, to this year, where are all the damn melons?!  I don’t see how the farmers do it.  Or, did our farming ancestors count on such extreme variations, whereas today there is an unrealistic reliance on consistency?   Hence all the hybrids and GMOs?

I wish I knew.  I suppose this has long been the struggle of man and nature that dimwits and intellectuals alike try to grapple with.  I read and observe and attempt eternal patience, but in truth it is terribly aggravating all this not-knowing.

It’s baffling and annoying and funny.  I try to keep records, but half the time I have no clue why something succeeds or fails, so I don’t know what to record–the temperature and rainfall and seed source and planting dates, ok, but that does not seem to get me very far at all, even when I manage to do it.  One year an invasion of squash bugs, another year white flies, another year some unidentified wilt, this year, five different persistent grasses growing like bamboo mats engulfing everything in their path.  This has been the most depressing summer for the garden I’ve yet experienced, but I get the sense now I’m repeating that mantra in some form every year.

I get hunches sometimes, for better or worse, and this year I thank the pear success to our beehives.  I know timing of the last frost and first good rains fit in there somewhere too, but don’t ask me how.  Also failed this year were the figs, one, like sweet potatoes and okra, also failed, were all ones we once called a fail-proof crop for the south.

Back to the drawing board, green thumb.   Success in one area, as temporary as it might be, leads to thoughts how to better benefit from such success in future, only in future to find that was quite futile.

If I can get myself past the programming to stop focusing on either success or failure, I might get closer to seeing the bigger picture.  Or so they say.

Pear hooch is bubbling happily in the crock.  That might be my zooming out solution.  One good solution surely leads to another.  🙂

 

rootcellar1_copyWe might need a root cellar.  Or then again . . .?