“Them and their Illuminist fish-counter buddies.”

“For years past I have continually been conscious of some power behind the malefactor, some deep organising power which forever stands in the way of the law, and throws its shield over the wrongdoer. Again and again in cases of the most varying sorts – forgery cases, robberies, murders – I have felt the presence of this force, and I have deduced its action in many of those undiscovered crimes in which I have not been personally consulted. For years I have endeavored to break through the veil which shrouded it, and at last the time came when I seized my thread and followed it, until it led me, after a thousand cunning windings, to ex-Professor Moriarty of mathematical celebrity.”

Sherlock Holmes, from “The Final Problem“, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1893

 

 

 

 

 

The title of this post, “Them and their Illuminist fish-counter buddies”, is from the old forum, from an article I wrote on salmon. At the time, someone (I’m sorry I don’t recall who) complimented me by saying it was “the funniest Don-ism ever by someone other than Don.”

I used it here because I love humor. Humor is somehow key to understanding. I once read that, when one comes to understand a Zen koan such as “what is the sound of one hand clapping“, it’s like “getting” a joke.

I also used it so that it will be (humorous) click-bait hanging out there in cyberspace, leading to this forum and dialog. I mean, how can you not want to see what that article’s about?

Well, it’s about the fact that it’s January, 2018, and that 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 numerous recent news accounts below to support it.

One of those stories details the largest Opah ever caught in history of Washington state. That story tell us what the new record is, but I had to look up a completely separate story to learn the weight of the old record. That’s because the story used a general phrase (“The new record exceeded the previous opah record by more than two pounds. ”) as a hedge, versus providing the specific weight. Generality is a hallmark of propaganda. And they obviously also withheld the percentage of the new record over the old, as providing it would go badly off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. The old record was 35.67 pounds, and the new record is 37.98 pounds. That’s a 6% percent increase. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

And we also had to go to that second article to learn that the old record was set in 2015, which is within the three year period covered by this thread.

That same story details the largest Blue shark ever caught in the history of Washington state. That story tells us what the new record is, but I had to look up a completely separate story to learn the weight of the old record. That’s because the story used a general phrase (“the new record exceeded the previous blue shark record by almost 22 pounds”) as a hedge, versus providing the specific weight. Generality is a hallmark of propaganda. And they obviously also withheld the percentage of the new record over the old, as providing it would go badly off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. The old record was 27.63 pounds, and the new record is 49.5 pounds. That’s a 79% increase. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

And we also had to go to a second article to learn that the old record was within the three year period covered by this thread.

A second story I’ve featured below details the largest Blue Marlin ever caught in the history of Australia. That story tell us what the new record is, but I had to look up a completely separate story to learn the weight of the old record. That’s because the story used a general phrase (“Australia’s largest blue on record was a few pounds shy of the grander mark” as a hedge, versus provding the specific weight. Generality is a hallmark of propaganda. And they obviously also withheld the percentage of the new record over the old, as providing it would go badly off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math.

The old record was 368.2 kilograms, which equals 812 pounds. Which is 188 pounds less than 1,000 lbs. So they’ve described 188 pounds as “a few pounds shy.”

“Shy” means “less than; short of”. Which is pretty general. Linguistically, the word “shy” is often used in the context of “just shy”, implying a very small margin. The author’s pairing “few” and “shy” clearly imply that there wasn’t much difference between the old record and the new. The old record was 368.2 kilograms and the new record is 496.3 kilograms. That’s a 35% increase. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

And we also had to go to a second article to learn that the old record was set in 2014, which is within the three year period covered by this thread.

But perhaps the most significant data below, from a scientific perspective, is from the story headlined “N.J. hatchery sets record for number of fish in 2017.”

The author hedges by using the general phrase “sets record” in the headline. Generality is a hallmark of propaganda. In journalistic parlance, they “bury” the numbers in, hilariously, the very last paragraph in the article:

“In addition, some 171,788 fish of other species were raised in 2017 setting the facility’s new yearly production record at 5,082,841, far surpassing the previous high of 3,774,885 set in 2014.”

The author uses the general: “setting” the record. Generality is a hallmark of propaganda. They finally cough up “far surpassing”, which is more descriptive, but still general.

And, while they gave us the numbers of the old and new records, they withheld the percentage of the new record over the old, as providing it would go badly off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math.

The old record is 3,774,885 and the new record is 5,082,841. That’s a 36% increase. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

The old record was set in 2014, which is within the three year period covered by this thread.

So, what gives?

“Some of the many factors that contributed to a great season included the successful collection of broodstock and their eggs, an excellent hatch and extensive on-site pond management. Modern fish diets and nutrition also played important roles, as well as ideal temperatures, sunlight and precipitation for adequate growth, proper health monitoring and avoiding the hazards of overcrowding.”

And that’s just some of the many factors! What else went on, to drive a 36% increase to the highest level in history? I’m so confused and ensheepled!

That big paragraph, and the implication that there’s even more where that came from, is what is called “chaff” in the propaganda trade. That’s what they used to call the strips of cut-up aluminum foil thrown out of planes to confuse enemy radar.

They can’t just out and out lie, or you’d catch them at it, which is why they have to carefully mix the truth in there with the plausible-deniability excuses designed to try to keep your eyes off the bigger picture I”m elucidating here.

Here are the truthful statements:

successful collection of broodstock and their eggs –  an excellent hatch – ideal temperatures, sunlight and precipitation for adequate growth.

Wait, what? 35% over the old record is way more than adequate growth. That was thrown in there to imply that the big upside was not driven by ‘ideal temperatures, sunlight and precipitation.’ And can you see how they positioned the climactic drivers last among the truthful reasons?

The plausible-deniabilty ruses:

Modern fish diets and nutrition – proper health monitoring – avoiding the hazards of overcrowding

No revolutionary fish-husbandry changes have been made in any of these areas since the last record was set, just three years ago – or they’d have been specifically mentioned, vs. these general plausible deniability excuses. Generality is a hallmark of propaganda.

I think that the fish hatchery data is significant in that it’s a controlled environment, vs. the wild. It introduces a very interesting “control” to this experiment.

Thanks for taking the time to read this. Please consider spreading the word. And, if you have not already done so, please consider distributing simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices where you live and work today, or sponsor a gifter, perhaps even through a vehicle such as this forum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

November 17, 2015 – It’s official: CdA angler catches Washington record opah

Jim Watson of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, caught the large-eyed, orange-red colored, disc-shaped giant while fishing with anchovies 45 miles offshore of Westport in Grays Harbor County. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed its weight at 35.67 pounds and measured 37-7/8 inches.

 

August 14, 2017 – New blue shark record set for Washington waters – KXRO News Radio

An Arizona man fishing out of Westport caught the sport fish record for the largest blue shark in Washington waters according to fishery managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Zachary Jackson, from Show Low, Arizona, caught the 27.63-pound blue shark on July 30.

 

November 20, 2017 – OLYMPIA–The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) confirmed today that two state sport fish records fell during one late September weekend.

Mike Benoit, of Gig Harbor, set a new state record for the largest opah caught off the coast of Washington on Sept. 23. The 37.98-pound fish measured 32.5 inches. Benoit was live bait fishing with anchovies out of Westport.

The new record exceeded the previous opah record by more than two pounds. That record was held by Jim Watson on a fish caught 45 miles off the coast of Washington.

Then, on Sept. 24, Erik Holcomb of Lynden set a new state record for the largest blue shark. The 49.50-pound fish measured 71 inches. Holcomb was also live bait fishing with anchovies out of Westport.

The new record exceeded the previous blue shark record by almost 22 pounds. That record was held by Zachary Jackson on a fish caught 57 miles off the coast of Washington.

(Says who held the record, but deliberately withholds when it was set – ed)

 

January 3, 2017 – The largest blue marlin previously caught in Western Australia was 368.2 kilograms, also caught off Exmouth in 2014 by Rowan Smith.

 

January 4, 2018 – First 1,000-Pound Blue Marlin Landed in Australian Waters

The 1,090-pound marlin, taken on a day charter out of Exmouth on the northwest coast, is the country’s first grander blue

The first grander blue marlin — weighing more than 1,000 pounds — has been landed off Exmouth, in the Indian Ocean off Australia’s northwest coast. While a number of grander black marlin have been caught and weighed or released in the Pacific off the northeast coast of Australia, this is the first blue.

Until the 1,090-pounder (496.3 kilograms – ed) taken out of Exmouth, Australia’s largest blue on record was a few pounds shy of the grander mark.

 

 

January 11, 2018 – N.J. hatchery sets record for number of fish in 2017 | NJ.com

The state fish hatchery in Hackettstown has been around since 1912, but it has never had a year as productive as 2017. The Hackettstown State Fish Hatchery, operated by the DEP’s Division of Fish and Wildlife, stocked more than 5 million fish in 2017.

Some of the many factors that contributed to a great season included the successful collection of broodstock and their eggs, an excellent hatch and extensive on-site pond management. Modern fish diets and nutrition also played important roles, as well as ideal temperatures, sunlight and precipitation for adequate growth, proper health monitoring and avoiding the hazards of overcrowding.

(Where “successful collection” is a completely mil-speak way to say “there were tons more fish to collect”. It implies they used somehow-much-better collection methods. – ed)

In addition, some 171,788 fish of other species were raised in 2017 setting the facility’s new yearly production record at 5,082,841, far surpassing the previous high of 3,774,885 set in 2014.

 

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The breaking of the great artificial drought, continued, January, 2018

“Sometime when you have a year or two to spare I commend to you the study of Professor Moriarty.”

Sherlock Holmes, from “The Valley of Fear”, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1915

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 10, 2017 – Why Record Precipitation May Not Be a Cure-All for California Water Shortage

April 13, 2017 – Northern California gets its wettest winter in nearly a century – LA Times

December 6, 2017 – California will burn until it rains, climate change may keep rains away

December 15, 2017 – California has only 30 percent chance of normal winter rainfall 

January 3, 2018 – In California, it’s an unusually dry winter with little rain or snow

January 8, 2018 – California storm sets rainfall records, triggers trouble in fire zones 

January 9, 2018 – Many areas across NorCal break rainfall records – KCRA.com

January 9, 2018 – NASA calculated heavy rainfall leading to California mudslides

 

 

 

 

You can see from the set of quotes immediately above that the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including rainfall in California.

It’s January, 2018, and the Great Artificial Drought has been broken by the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the vicinity of the weather warfare infrastructure that many still mistakenly believe only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data.

I’ve appended numerous contemporary news stories below to support that assertion.

The words “mystery“, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “unusual”.

That’s why one of the headlines above reads “In California, it’s an unusually dry winter with little rain or snow.”

Now, let’s all marvel together at how they had the balls to print it just six months after this headline:

Northern California gets its wettest winter in nearly a century.”

There’s one thing you can say about them, there’s no quit in these guys. And they live on propaganda.

Yet, while a pitched battle still rages on the printed page, the greatest news is that the war’s already over. Or, more correctly, I should say “its outcome is now assured.”

The energy balance on the globe has tipped permanently back to the positive, which is what’s driving the great, epochal positive changes that are underway at every level of our reality, as documented by this thread for the last three years, now.

The slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the larger environment has unknitted and transformed the global Death-energy matrix that our about-to-be-former masters built on the down-low over literally Millenia.

You were – and are – firmly assured that “there’s no such thing as Death energy” so that you’d sit in that metaphorical pot until you were boiled.

Reich called it Dead Orgone Radiation. It’s being transformed into what he called “Positive Orgone Radiation” by the aforementioned Orgonite devices.

If you haven’t already done so, please consider distributing simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices where you live and work today, or sponsor a gifter near you, perhaps even through a vehicle such as this blog.

 

 

 

 

 

January 10, 2017 – Why Record Precipitation May Not Be a Cure-All for California Water Shortage

 

April 13, 2017 – Northern California gets its wettest winter in nearly a century – LA Times

 

August 8, 2017 – Seattle to break 1951 record for consecutive days without precipitation 

 

October 10, 2017 – Very wet 2017 water year ends in California | NOAA Climate.gov

Across the Northern Sierra Mountains, where the highest rainfall amounts were recorded, an eight-station average of precipitation totals during the 2016-2017 water year reached 94.7 inches, the highest on record and over six inches higher than the previous record set in 1982-83.

(Where “very wet” hedges against the much-stronger “wettest ever.” They provided the numbers (sort of…”over six” is deliberately inexact), but certainly avoided printing the percentage of the new record over the old, as doing so would be much more impactful and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. It’s 7% higher than the previous record (and that’s using an even six inches). Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)

 

December 6, 2017 – California will burn until it rains, climate change may keep rains away …

 

December 15, 2017 – California has only 30 percent chance of normal winter rainfall 

Scientist says California has only slim chance of normal rainfall this winter.

 

December 23, 2017 – Mild La Niña creating drought conditions in California | The Tribune

 

December 29, 2017 – 2018 brings record cold to much of US – CNN Video – CNN.com

 

January, 2018 – Rainfall in 2017 was over 10 inches above average, with Seattle officially logging 47.87 inches of precipitation—despite a record-breaking 55 days without rain.

(They provided the numbers…sort of. In that “over ten inches” is deliberately vague, a hallmark of propaganda. If we use the more-conservative “ten inches”, then we know the numbers are at least 37.87 to 47.87. They avoided printing the percentage between them, as doing so would be much more impactful and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. Seattle’s rainfall in 2017 was 26% above average. – ed)

 

January, 2018 – Duluth, Montana – A total of 5.03 inches of precipitation was recorded for the season, which was 2.05 inches above the normal of 2.98 inches. This made it the 13th wettest winter season on record for Duluth. 50.9 inches of snow fell through the season, which was 1.4 inches above the normal of 49.5 inches.

(They provided the numbers, but certainly avoided printing the percentage between them, as doing so would be much more impactful and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. Rainfall for the winter season in Duluth was 69% higher than average. The snow total was 3% higher than average. – ed)

 

January, 2018 – Start of 2018 marked by extreme weather | World Meteorological …

The start of 2018 has been marked by extreme weather, including heat, cold, precipitation and high winds, with widespread impacts on public safety, … The “bomb cyclone” was followed by a further drop in temperatures, with a number of new daily cold record temperatures being set from 5-7 January.

(“Heat” is listed first among the “extreme weather” listed, despite the fact that it’s January, and as cold as anyone can remember. That’s propaganda, right there – irrational, emotional, formulaic, repetitive. – ed)

 

January 2, 2018 – Winter Storm Hitting East Coast Could Shatter All-Time Cold Record

The weather should warm up by early next week, but the ongoing frigid temperatures could make the start of 2018 one of the coldest on record.

(If it breaks the record, it’s not “one of the coldest on record”, it’s “the coldest on record.” The sentence is grammatically incorrect, deliberately spun to the more-convative “one of the coldest.” If they’d stuck with “could shatter”, that single hedge would have flown. But adding “one of the coldest” introduces the second, irrational, formulaic hedge. – ed)

 

January 3, 2018 – Seattle just finished its wettest four years on record – Curbed Seattle

 

January 8, 2018 – California storm sets rainfall records, triggers trouble in fire zones

 

January 9, 2018 – Many areas across NorCal break rainfall records – KCRA.com

(Deviantly written to hedge against the stronger “Rainfall records broken across NorCal” – ed)

 

January 9, 2018 – Sacramento, CA – Monday’s rain sets all-time downtown Sacramento record | The …

Here is the latest on the record-setting storm hitting the Sacramento region. The storm dumped 2.38 inches of rain to downtown Sacramento on Monday.

 

January 11, 2018 – Rain Records, Avalanche Warning in Utah | Utah News | US News

Rain Records, Avalanche Warning in Utah. An avalanche warning is in effect and precipitation records are falling after a winter storm made its way through Utah with snow in the north and heavy rain in the south.

(Where “are falling” hedges against the stronger “have fallen”.

 

January 12, 2018 – New daily precipitation record set in Pittsburgh – RabbleVID.com

Pittsburgh has broken the daily record precipitation for January 12th with 1.64″ through 5pm. This breaks the old record set 111 years ago (1907) of 0.97″.

(They provided the numbers, but certainly avoided printing the percentage between the records, as doing so would be much more impactful and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. The new daily record for precipitation in Pittsburgh for January 12th is 69% above the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)

 

January 12, 2018 – Record rain for Thursday, but guess what’s coming Sunday

Rainfall of .93 inch was recorded Thursday, January 11 at Bellingham International Airport. That breaks the daily rainfall record of .61 inches that fell January 11, 1971.

Heavy rainfall isn’t unusual in January, which is one of Western Washington’s Wettest Months.

(They provided the numbers, but certainly avoided printing the percentage between the records, as doing so would be much more impactful and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. The new daily record for precipitation in Bellingham for January 11th is 52% above the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)

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“Crime is common. Logic is rare. Therefore it is upon the logic rather than upon the crime that you should dwell.”

“Crime is common. Logic is rare. Therefore it is upon the logic rather than upon the crime that you should dwell.”

Sherlock Holmes, from The Adventure of the Copper Beeches”, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1892

 

 

 

 

 

It’s January, 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 multiple current news stories below to support it.

You’ll notice the same clipped, tight-lipped tone in all of them. None makes any comment about “this maps against huge increases being seen elsewhere in the state, and further abroad”

It’s a news blackout, pure and simple.

Here’s a chain of formulaic examples from the reportage:

“The number of individuals counted for the Brattleboro CBC was about 17% higher than the past ten-year average, and 23% higher than the thirty-year average.”

Hey, they gave us the percentages! Which show that something very positive is going on in the larger environment.

“In the Champlain Islands and St. Albans, counters recorded a total of 11,603 birds – up from 9,134 individuals last year.”

Did you notice that they gave you the numbers, there, but carefully withheld the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all? So I had to do the math. That’s a 27% increase, in one year. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

“A record high number of European Starlings were recorded a 5,406, beating the previous record of 5,137 birds recorded in 2011.”

Record means “most, ever, in history.” How’s that even possible, when Poor Mother Gaia is Dying, Crushed by the Virus-Like Burden of Mankind?

Did you notice that they gave you the numbers, there, but carefully withheld the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all? So I had to do the math. That’s a 5% increase, in one year.

“The Island Pond count reported 684 individuals of 32 total species, up from 23 species reported last year. Increases from the previous year included Blue Jay numbers at 144 up from 26, 38 American Goldfinches up from 2, and 25 White-winged Crossbills which were not observed at all in 2016.”

Did you notice that they gave you the numbers, there, but carefully withheld the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all? So I had to do the math. That’s a 39% increase in species, in one year. And that’s a 453% increase in Blue Jay numbers, in one year. Oh, and an 1800% increase in American Goldfinches, in one year. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

“An all-time high of 402 Dark-eyed Juncos were also recorded, up from 22 observed the previous year.”

Did you notice that they gave you the numbers, there, but carefully withheld the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all? So I had to do the math. That’s a 1,727% increase in Dark-eyed junco numbers, in one year. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 5, 2018 – Vermont – CBC Roundup: The 118th Christmas Bird Count by the Numbers

The Christmas Bird Count (CBC) season has come to an end and as we warm our frozen extremities and dream of spring birding, it’s time to revel in what has been counted. Here is summary of what was tweeting (no, not that kind of tweeting), hopping, and flying through Vermont count circles during the 118th Christmas Bird Count. Our apologies for not getting results from all the counts just yet; we will keep this page updated as they come in.

Birders on the Barnet count braved temperatures of -26°F on the first of the year. They counted 2,845 individuals and 38 species. With high counts of 6 Red Crossbills and 433 Dark-eyed Juncos and low counts of 1 Red-tailed Hawk, 302 Black-capped Chickadees, and 33 House Sparrows. An unusual find on the Barnet count was one Rusty Blackbird.

The Bennington count tallied 6956 individuals of 50 species. Like the Barnet count (and many other counts, as you will later read), Bennington also noticed a big decline in Black-capped Chickadee numbers to an unusual low of 139. A high count of 131 White-throated Sparrows was documented, and a Snowy Owl sighting was a count highlight.

The Brattleboro count occurred for the 57th year and despite snow and cold participants racked up 4,742 individual birds and 50 different species. Some particularly exciting finds included the first Baltimore Oriole in the history of the Brattleboro count, the first Gray Catbird to be seen on the Brattleboro count in a decade, and the first Red-winged Blackbird in 8 years. Low waterfowl numbers were observed – perhaps due to limited open water on the West and Connecticut rivers – with the exception of 156 Mallards and 754 Canada Geese, the largest number of Canada Geese since 2008. Like the Barnet count, the Brattleboro count saw a high number of Dark-eyed Juncos, with 632 making it the highest total for the species since 2000. While the total number of species counted in Brattleboro represented an 8% decline from the ten-year average, the number of individuals counted for the Brattleboro CBC was about 17% higher than the past ten-year average, and 23% higher than the thirty-year average.

The final tallies for the 70th Burlington count are still being compiled, however, current numbers stand at 17, 516 individuals of 70 different species. Previous record numbers of 1 Golden Eagle, 9 Cooper’s Hawks, 1 Northern Saw-whet Owl, 1 Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker, and 1 Fish Crow were met this year. All-time highs were 4, 930 Greater and Lesser Scaup, 28 Red-Bellied Woodpeckers, 10 Northern Flickers, 2 Merlin, 4 Peregrine Falcons, 35 Common Raven, 835 Dark-Eyed Junco, 26 White-throated Sparrow, and 2 Turkey Vultures.

In the Champlain Islands and St. Albans, counters recorded a total of 11,603 birds – up from 9,134 individuals last year – and 58 count-day species. Great Horned Owl and Snowy Owl sightings were also noted during count week. Ten Bald Eagles marked a new high for the count and a Savannah Sparrow sighting was a count first. Participants noted a marked decrease in American Robins with only 13 recorded down from 569 in 2016.

In East Franklin County, counters recorded 4,263 individual birds of 34 total species. High counts included 139 Mallards, 10 Ruffed Grouse, 6 Bald Eagles, 619 Blue Jays, 3 Golden-crowned Kinglets, 20 Northern Cardinals, and 7 White-winged Crossbills. Low counts included 22 White-breasted Nuthatches and 72 Wild Turkeys, and like some of the other Vermont counts, observers found relatively low numbers of Black-capped Chickadees at 423 individuals.

Red-shouldered Hawk from Ferrisburgh CBC. Photo: Steve Antel

The 58th Ferrisburgh Christmas Bird Count racked up 78 species and 23,365 individuals. Relatively rare species for the count included the first Red Crossbills observed since 2004 and two Red-shouldered Hawks seen only twice previously in the history of the count. Additional rarer species numbers were 10 Gadwall, 2 Snowy Owls, 23 Yellow-rumped Warblers, 1 White-crowned Sparrow, and 1 Ruby-crowned Kinglet. Black-capped Chickadees were found in unusually low numbers with 579 making it the lowest number of individuals since 1979. A record high number of European Starlings were recorded a 5,406, beating the previous record of 5,137 birds recorded in 2011. Seventeen species were found by all of Ferrisburgh field teams: Canada Goose, Red-tailed Hawk, Rock Pigeon, Mourning Dove, Blue Jay, Common Raven, American Crow, Black-capped Chickadee, Tufted Titmouse, White-breasted Nuthatch, European Starling, Northern Cardinal, Dark-eyed Junco, American Tree Sparrow, House Finch, American Goldfinch, and House Sparrow. Ten species were found by only one group: Red-throated Loon, Greater Scaup, Ring-necked Pheasant, Red Crossbill, Ruby-crowned Kinglet and White-crowned Sparrow, Brown-headed Cowbird, American kestrel, Merlin, and Short-eared owl.

This year marked the second year of the Hunger Mountain count and a very successful one at that – with 11 new species added from last year. The final tally rang in at 3, 511 individuals of 47

Iceland Gull takes center stage on the Hunger Mountain CBC. Photo: Zacheriah T. Cota-Weaver

species. For the second year in a row, Glaucous and Iceland gulls were found at GROW Compost. Of the new species added, several were unusual or uncommon for central Vermont including Pied-billed Grebe, Rough-legged Hawk, Peregrine Falcon, and Eastern Bluebird. A Hunger Mountain highlight was a Baltimore Oriole sighting at a feeder in Duxbury. Consistent with other count circle observations, Black-capped Chickadee numbers were down – only 380 down from 847 in the previous year – while Dark-eyed Juncos were up – 482 versus 70 in the previous year

The Island Pond count reported 684 individuals of 32 total species, up from 23 species reported last year. Increases from the previous year included Blue Jay numbers at 144 up from 26, 38 American Goldfinches up from 2, and 25 White-winged Crossbills which were not observed at all in 2016. At 124 individuals recorded, Black-capped Chickadee numbers were about half of those observed in 2016.

The Mad River Valley/Northfield count noted a similar number of individuals as previous years – 3,058 birds compared to the average of 3,679 – but a record low for number of species, with 36 species observed on count day plus 2 more during count week. Bird highlights include the first sighting of a Merlin and a Wilson’s Snipe in the history of the count circle. A human highlight was the attendance of a birder from Albany, NY who ventured east in order to participate in ten Christmas Bird Counts this year!

The Middlebury count saw no shortage of birds with 15,963 individuals from 72 species, high counts of 7 species and 8 unusual species were noted. High counts included 14 Cooper’s Hawks, 6 Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers, 435 Blue Jays, 833 Dark-eyed Juncos, 4 White-crowned Sparrows, 168 White-throated Sparrows, and 23 Savannah Sparrows. Unusual species counts were 2 Black Vulture, 1 Long-eared Owl, 1 Brown Thrasher, 1 Common Yellowthroat, 1 Chipping Sparrow, 1 Field Sparrow, 1 Rusty Blackbird, and 1 Red Crossbill.

The Mt. Abraham count located 53 species. A Snowy Owl at Bristol Pond was an unusual surprise for Mt. Abraham counters, as well as 2 American Kestrels and 1 Merlin also added on count day. The count located a high number of Dark-eyed Juncos at 170 and a low of 3 Wild Turkeys. Two count week species were a Northern Shrike, and 2 Blue-winged Teal in a large group of Mallards.

Counters in Plainfield noted 42 species plus Carolina Wren during count week. Species of particular note were the first Northern Harrier observed in 57 years of the Plainfield CBC. An all-time high of 402 Dark-eyed Juncos were also recorded, up from 22 observed the previous year. Other increases included 40 Golden-crowned Kinglets up from 7 in 2016, 245 American Goldfinches up from 88, and 36 Purple Finches, which were not observed in the previous year.

The Randolph count reported 30 species and 1379 individuals. There were no high counts or low counts reported for this count circle. But while the count did not report a record high of Dark-eyed Juncos, they did record a respectable number of Juncos per party hour, with 17 individuals recorded per party hour. This put Randolph’s individual Juncos per party hour above that of Barnet, East Franklin County, Hinesburg, Island Pond, Middlebury, and Plainfield. Other interesting sightings include 1 Sharp-shinned Hawk and 6 Common Redpolls, both of which were not seen in the previous year.

Counters in Saxton’s River noted 9,461 individuals of 60 different species with a high count of 58 Eastern Bluebird and an unusual species in one Black Vulture.

The Springfield count tied their all-time high for number of species at 56 and added a count week species, beating their ten-year average of 49 species. Three new count species included a Turkey Vulture, a Wood Duck, and seven Red Crossbills. The total number of individuals of 7,110 was lower than the count’s ten-year average of 7,465. This may have been partially explained by a lack of northern migrants like Snow Bunting, Pine Siskin, Pine Grosbeak, and Horned Larks. Also noted in low numbers were American Goldfinch at 243 and Black-capped Chickadees at 598. Record high numbers for the Springfield count included 9 Bald Eagles, 21 Red-Bellied Woodpeckers, 133 White-Throated Sparrows, and . . . 1,900 Juncos!

With a few feeder counts still to be entered, the 43rd year of the Woodstock count saw 40 species plus 2 during count week and 2,914 individuals which are both above average numbers for the count. Low Black-capped Chickadee numbers were recorded but record highs were observed for Dark-eyed Juncos (526) and White-throated Sparrows (15). Unusual count species included Bald Eagle, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Red bellied Woodpecker, Hermit Thrush, Red-winged Blackbird, and Red Crossbill.

With species still being tallied for the Winhall/Windham area count, some highlights were a Barred Owl sighting, 11 Red Crossbills and a large number of Dark-eyed Juncos observed. Both Black-capped Chickadee and Blue Jay numbers were low for the count.

The results from the Hanover-Norwich, Hinesburg-Huntington, Lamoille County, Plattsburgh (NY), Randolph, and Rutland counts will be updated as they come in. Until then, Happy New Year and may the birding Force be with you.

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January, 2018 – Record high numbers for Cape Ann Bird Count, British Columbia

January 6, 2018 – Words on Birds: Record high numbers for Cape Ann bird count

Coordinator Jim Berry of Ipwich released the results of the Cape Ann Christmas Bird Count that was held on Dec. 17, before the bitter cold and snow took over later in the month. A number of record-high counts, or near high counts resulted, as well as several notable low counts. Here is his report, which I edited for just the highlights:

“Here is my long-delayed summary of the Cape Ann CBC, conducted Dec. 17 in cold conditions with most fresh water frozen. Temps ranged from 15 to 28 F with wind 5-10 mph from the NW most of the day. There was barely any snow. The day was sunny till late afternoon.

“Forty-nine field observers in 22-23 parties, plus 8 feeders, counted 25,513 birds of 106 species, both numbers typical for this count. (Records are 49,771 [birds] in 1988 and 122 [species] in 2012, respectively.) The count began in 1928 so this would have been the 90th, but no counts were conducted in 1940-43 (war) and 2009 (weather), so it was only the 85th.

Snow goose — 4

Brant — 49 (second highest in count history, behind the 54 counted in 2008)

Wood duck — 1

King eider — 1

Common eider — 1,986

Harlequin duck — 153

Common goldeneye — 90 (only the second time under 100 since 1945)

Ring-necked pheasant (Count Week)

Wild turkey — 127 (new count high)

Red-throated loon — 8

Common loon — 71

Horned grebe — 20 (low)

Red-necked grebe — 6 (low)

Great blue heron — 7

Bald eagle — 7 (new count high)

Northern harrier — 6

Cooper’s hawk — 18 (new count high, by 1)

Red-shouldered hawk — 1

Red-tailed hawk — 45 (new count high, by 1)

Rough-legged hawk — 2

Black-bellied plover — 3

Sanderling — 190 (second highest, behind the 595 counted in 1999)

Purple sandpiper — 41

Dunlin — 652 (second highest, behind the 744 in 2012)

Razorbill — 36

Black guillemot — 19

Bonaparte’s gull — 22

Herring gull — 2,025 (two years in a row under 3,000; last time was 1948)

(The seagull numbers are low, here, and below – I’m going to research that for future – ed)

Lesser black-backed gull — 1

Glaucous gull (count week)

Great black-backed gull — 438 (five years in a row under 1,000 and lowest since 1966)

Rock pigeon — 270 (lowest since 1983)

eastern screech owl — 21

Great horned owl — 10

Snowy owl — 4

Barred owl — 3

Long-eared owl — 6 new count high (restricted private property)

Northern saw-whet owl — 2

Yellow-bellied sapsucker — 2

American crow — 1,218 (second highest, behind the 2,538 counted in 2008 and only the third time over 1,000)

Common raven (count week)

Winter wren — 11, second highest (12 — 1973)

Carolina wren — 11 (numbers remain very low three years after the disastrous winter of 2015)

Ruby-crowned kinglet — 1

Eastern bluebird — 15

Hermit thrush 13

American robin — 2,728 (second highest, behind the 4,759 counted in 2008)

Gray catbird — 10 (second highest, behind the 16 counted in 2005)

Northern mockingbird — 30

Pine warbler — 3 (tied for count high)

Yellow-rumped (myrtle) warbler — 26

Field sparrow — 1

Fox sparrow — 1

Dark-eyed junco — 620 (third highest, behind the 650 counted 1963 and 1964)

Savannah (Ipswich) sp. — 6 (second highest behind 16 in 1961)

Song sparrow — 234 new count high

Swamp sparrow — 32 (new count high, double the old one)

Red-winged blackbird — 9

Rusty blackbird — 1

Brown-headed cowbird — 25

Baltimore oriole (count week)

“The Newburyport Christmas Bird Count was postponed from Dec. 23 due to the ice storm and held last Sunday, Dec. 31 despite below zero wind chills. I will share those results with you next week.”

Steve Grinley is the owner of Bird Watcher’s Supply and Gift at the Route 1 traffic circle in Newburyport. Email him at Birdwsg@comcast.net.

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“Don’t push me, cause I’m close to the edge”

Don’t push me, cause i’m close to the edge
I’m trying not to lose my head
it’s like a jungle sometimes
it makes me wonder how i keep from going under

Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Featuring Grandmaster Melle Mel & Duke Bootee , 1982

 

 

December 3, 2015 – New Mexico is “drought free”, sort of – jfleck at inkstain

 

January 7, 2016 – New Mexico’s precipitation levels measure 137 percent of 30-year average …

January 12, 2016 – 2015 was fifth-wettest year in New Mexico | Albuquerque Journal

Aug 1, 2017 –It’s been the fourth-wettest year on record, so far, for Las Cruces

December 28, 2017 – No Snow in Albuquerque, New Mexico: How Strange is This – winter storm central

January 1, 2018 – New Mexico Rejoices As Parts Of State Finally See Rain « CBS Denver

 

 

Don’t worry, I’m not even remotely “close to the edge.” In fact I’m pretty much controlling the game, making defenses react to ME. As you can see from this quickly-collected reportage, as promised, re: precipitation in New Mexico. I used the Grandmaster Flash quote because I liked the first line.

I was first going to put together a story on three consecutive years of snow in the Sahara, but decided that is such low fruit, and so OBVIOUS.

So I’m seeing how poor New Mexico’s doing in regard to the 94% of the U.S

Mystery, baffled, puzzled…one of those variants is “strange”. That’s why one of the quotes up above says “No Snow in Albuquerque, New Mexico: How Strange is This”.

 

July 8, 2015 – Albequerque, N.M. – Record rainfall | Albuquerque Journal

Recent downpours break 24-hour high dating to 1893.

New Mexico’s precipitation levels measure 137 percent of 30-year …

November 13, 2015 – New Mexico has its 2nd wettest January through October …

SANTA FE, N.M. — 17.36 inches highest average since 1941.

December 3, 2015 – New Mexico is “drought free”, sort of – jfleck at inkstain

December 28, 2015 – El Niño winter is here; above average precipitation expected: UNM …

For months now, weather forecasters have been talking about a Godzilla El Niño. Even though most New Mexicans have enjoyed a fairly mild fall, make no mistake, an El Niño winter is here.

January 7, 2016 – New Mexico’s precipitation levels measure 137 percent of 30-year average …

January 12, 2016 – 2015 was fifth-wettest year in New Mexico | Albuquerque Journal

January 19, 2017 – [PDF]What Climate Change Means for New Mexico – EPA’s January 19 …

July 2017 – Precipitation was varied throughout the state which is typical during the monsoon season. The statewide average was near normal (0.08 inches above normal).

July 2017 – There was 0.85 inches of precipitation measured at the Sunport in July 2017, which was 0.65 inches below the average of 1.50 inches.

Aug 1, 2017 –It’s been the fourth-wettest year on record, so far, for Las Cruces

August 2, 2017 – Clayton, in far northeastern New Mexico, got 3.88 inches of rainfall in July, compared with the average of 2.66 for the month, making July the 21st-wettest on record in that area.

August 13, 2017 – Amarillo, TX – One for the history books: August was Amarillo’s third-wettest month …

“Every year differs but for this year we had mountain flow coming from Colorado and New Mexico putting low level moisture in place, and especially in the afternoon overnight hours that just kept coming to the area, especially over the western half of the panhandle,”

 

August 24, 2017 – New Mexico is free of drought | Albuquerque Journal

The monsoon has soaked eastern New Mexico this year, but has been less generous to the Four Corners, Fontenot said. Portales reported just over 13 inches of rain in the 60-day period ending Tuesday, or 239 percent of normal.

 

September, 2017 – There was 2.18 inches of precipitation reported at Roswell during September of 2017, which is 0.65 inches above the normal of 1.53 inches

September 28, 2017 – Storms drop record rainfall across wide swath of New Mexico

December 28, 2017 – No Snow in Albuquerque, New Mexico: How Strange is This …

It has been more than 80 days since the last measurable – 0.01 inches or greater – precipitation in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A measly 0.02 inches of rainfall was recorded in Albuquerque on Oct. 5, with no measurable rain or snow in the city since then. (MORE: Winter Storm Central).

January 1, 2018 – New Mexico Rejoices As Parts Of State Finally See Rain « CBS Denver

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dancan Omollo: My mission in Kisii highlands

 

For the last two days I have been exploring the mountain of Kisii highlands with the orgonite. I happen to be here upon request form the locals after hearing what our work in Nyamira resulted upon. The work which  we did in Nyamira last year have left the area to be free from the harmful hazard, the Wachawi and other calamities caused by the lightning and thunder striking. In  fact in Nyamira areas it’s in record that  the Wachawi  and  the sorcerers could mean to use their divination power to even magically  manipulate thunder and cause it to inflict problem to the lives of the residents, now after our team  have launched a thorough  gifting work  upon these highlands  the place is now good and can support life.

Right now I’m in the highlands after getting the report that the Wachawi have dominated the area, some residents commented that it’s likely the Wachawi move to Nyamira after losing   battle with our gifters , they then decided to migrate to the highlands of Kisii.  In fact these Wachawi here in the Kisii highlands are even more harmful than the ones in Nyamira. Some of them are even have the magical power to exhume the carcasses of the dead human bodies and eat them. Really this is even so detrimental for human habitation, besides exhuming the carcasses of the dead human bodies from the tomb, they even kill their fellows and dish their bodies and celebrate it all.

These reports have caused an alarm to the kikundi and made me to spend my sleepless day and night in this area. In fact am also fearful upon working here because am working among the cannibals. What made me have some strength and power is the zappers and the orgonite that I have with me.

Now what brings me hope again here, is that since I arrived in this place some residents have report to me that they are having hope in life in the sense that some can now sleep without fear because of the orgonite I have put along the road just from the main town as I was going to the small center where I am just now. I hope the same thing which happened in Nyamira will also take place here and soon and very soon the place with be habitable and people will celebrate their being in this place.

My request now is, I need more boosting for the place where I am now is so detrimental for one like me who could not even understand the local language of these people. we can as well boost Chris for he is traveling to Malawi tomorrow.

Dancan.

 

 

 

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Record cold and snow, 2017, 2018, and the propaganda rebutting it

“But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.”

― George Orwell, from “1984

 

 

June 6, 2017 – ‘I don’t know what month it is anymore’ – It’s so cold in Boston, people are turning their heat on. In June. And they’re not happy about it.

November 7, 2017 – Cold weather is finally coming to Boston this week | Boston.com
 

 

January 6, 2017 – Record cold and snow spread globally

March 1, 2017 – This was the coldest winter in 32 years | Q13 FOX News

July 20, 2017 – Surprising Scientists, 2017 Could Be among Hottest on Record – Scientific American

October 9, 2017 – How Cold Is Winter Going To Be In 2017? Experts Say You Better Bundle Up

October 19, 2017 – Winter 2017-2018: NOAA forecasts warmer winter – CNN – CNN.com

December 27, 2017 – It’s cold outside. But that doesn’t mean climate change isn’t real.

 

 

 

 

 

You can see from the two sets of quotes up above that the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the temperature.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “surprised.

That’s why one of the quotes – from Scientific American – reads: “Surprising Scientists, 2017 Could Be among Hottest on Record.”

Since we’re purportedly in the midst of the two back-to-back hottest year in the history of the planet, I think it’s important to have a wider conversation about the subject, and that’s why I’m discussing it on an ongoing basis within this thread.

The hysterical, mil-speak memes “weather bomb” and “snow bomb” and “Rex block” that you’ll see in the mainstream media stories I’ve appended below are part of the lockstep propaganda being generated by the Mouthpieces of every State on the planet at this time.

Propaganda works – well, sort of – if it’s isolated…if it’s allowed to work one nugget at time. But it collapses badly in the face of a larger, systematic analysis, as I’ve practiced in this thread almost daily for well over three years, now.

And, I’m sorry, but even world-class Propaganda never wins anything, for any significant period of time. It can spin, or deflect, or any manner of other things, but truth will out over time, as they say.

Which is why I’m going to keep at this right up to and past the now-assured demise of the sociopathic, genetically-related One Percenters who still, for one last moment, run things on this planet.

Please consider sending them highest Love energy as your read this.

 

 

November 15, 2016 – Capital Weather Gang’s winter outlook for D.C.: Colder than last year

 

January 6, 2017 – Record cold and snow spread globally

 

January 22, 2017 – New Zealand hit by ‘weather bomb’ bringing summer snow and flooding

 

March 1, 2017 – This was the coldest winter in 32 years | Q13 FOX News

 

March 16, 2017 – Cold Sticks Around, Snow This Weekend – NBC Boston

 

March 18, 2017 – Cold will keep half of D.C. cherry blossoms from blooming

 

May 8, 2017 – News – Rex block brings unseasonable cold to Northeast – The …

 

June 6, 2017 – ‘I don’t know what month it is anymore’ – It’s so cold in Boston, people are turning their heat on. In June. And they’re not happy about it.

 

July 1, 2017 – Unseasonable Winter Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Georgia’s Peach Crop

 

July 20, 2017 – Surprising Scientists, 2017 Could Be among Hottest on Record – Scientific American

 

July 26, 2017 – Fall 2017 Is Expected to Be Hotter Than Usual | PEOPLE.com

Don’t get too excited for your pumpkin spice lattes and cozy sweaters just yet. According to The Weather Channel, the upcoming fall season is expected to be much hotter than usual.

 

August 1, 2017 – Missouri – Unseasonably cool weather likely to hold through middle of August

 

August 11, 2017 – 2017: NZ’s coldest winter since 2009 – NZ Herald

 

October 11, 2017 – Unseasonably Cold Weather Brings Snow to Beijing’s Mountains

 

October 19, 2017 – Winter 2017-2018: NOAA forecasts warmer winter – CNN – CNN.com

 

October 25, 2017 – Unseasonably cold pattern to dominate the Heartland

 

October 31, 2017 – UK weather latest: Britain to face coldest winter in five years, say meteorologists

 

November 6, 2017 – 2017 set to be one of top three hottest years on record | Environment …

 

November 7, 2017 – Cold weather is finally coming to Boston this week | Boston.com

 

November 13, 2017 – Unseasonably cold weather slows drydown – Wisconsin State Farmer

 

December 27, 2017 – It’s cold outside. But that doesn’t mean climate change isn’t real.

 

December 27, 2017 – It’s cold right now. But 2017 was a hot year. – Wisconsin State Farmer

 

December 28, 2017 – Mt. Washington summit breaks daily record low temperature, wind chill

 

December 31, 2017 – Last day of 2017 appears to be the year’s coldest – The Washington Post

 

January 3, 2018 – Winter ‘bomb cyclone’ threatens US: Live updates – CNN – CNN.com

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Orgonite, antidote to black magic

Some weeks ago my stepmother talked to me about an older couple, friends of the family. The wife had come to tell her one day about some bad energy in the couple’s home. It was something in the house that kept making them feel bad and fight with each other… she was sure it was something in the house.
When I heard of this, my answer was immediately to send them some orgonite, and the number of pieces and where to put them came to me pretty instantly – 2 HHGs and 10 TBs to spread around the house and the land, if they had any, with the HHGs to be put where they felt the energy was the worse. So they did this.

I get a call the day after they picked up and spread the orgonite around the house and she’s very happy because all that heavyness and nasty energy is gone. So there’s an example of orgonite being used very successfully against black magic. I’m sure there’s plenty more from many people, such as when the kikundi drove the black magicians away. Orgonite is a real antidote to black magic.

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Did you know that Chinese exports of crayfish were up 68% in the first four months of 2017?

“Oceanic society rests ultimately on the belief that Big Brother is omnipotent and that the Party is infallible. But since in reality Big Brother is not omnipotent and the party is not infallible, there is need for an unwearying, moment-to-moment flexibility in the treatment of facts. The keyword here is BLACKWHITE. Like so many Newspeak words, this word has two mutually contradictory meanings. Applied to an opponent, it means the habit of impudently claiming that black is white, in contradiction of the plain facts. Applied to a Party member, it means a loyal willingness to say that black is white when Party discipline demands this. But it means also the ability to BELIEVE that black is white, and more, to KNOW that black is white, and to forget that one has ever believed the contrary.”

George Orwell, from “1984

 

 

July 6, 2017 – Norwegian seafood exports break new records in first half of 2017

Never before has Norway exported a greater value of seafood than in the first six months of 2017. The increase is due primarily to record-high salmon prices but also to strong growth in export volumes to the U.S. and Asian markets.

 

December 5, 2017 – Norway’s seafood export value on track for record in 2017 -council

The value of seafood exports was flat year-on-year in November, while volumes were up 25 pct
Export value of salmon, the biggest category, fell by 5 pct in November to NOK 5.7 billion while volumes were up 11 pct.

Says average salmon price in November was NOK 50.68 per kilo compared to NOK 61.71 per kilo in November of 2016

 

 

 

 

 

In the set of pullouts immediately above, we’re told that “Never before has Norway exported a greater value of seafood than in the first six months of 2017”.

And that “The increase is due primarily to record-high salmon prices.”

But if you read on, you’ll quickly see that “the value of seafood exports was flat year-on-year in November, while volumes were up 25 pct.” And that “the average salmon price in November was NOK 50.68 per kilo compared to NOK 61.71 per kilo in November of 2016.

They say that “export value fell 5% in November.” That’s not vague, but is, rather, specific. So far, so good. But 61.71 per kilo to 50.68 per kilo is a 22% decrease in price. Did you notice that they gave you the numbers, there, but carefully withheld the percentage decrease between the two, as providing it would have been much more impactful, and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all? So I had to do the math.

And so I’ve easily proven that statement “the increase is due primarily to record-high salmon prices” is a baldfaced lie, a ruse – it’s “fake news”, in the social-engineering parlance of the moment.

That mere 5% drop in export value while prices dropped over 20% was achieved because volumes were up 11%. So they’re reaching the highest value numbers in history in the face of plummeting prices by making it up in volume.

Prices drop when demand decreases or supply increases, or both. And “Decreased salmon demand” is disproved by “Salmon exports to China at a two-year high”.

A story below from August of last year is headlined “North Korean Seafood Exports to China Surge Before Ban.

If the UN Security Council’s upcoming ban was the actual driver for that increase, as alleged, how is it possible that a story from South Korea from just two months later could read “Exports of South Korean seafood rose 10.9 percent in the first nine months of 2017 from a year earlier on strong demand for dried laver and tuna”?

It’s not possible. The North Korea story uses the UN ban as a local plausible-deniability excuse to keep your eyes off the larger picture I’m elucidating here. I must painfully note for the record that North and South Korea are right next to each other, fishing in the same ocean.

The ruse here is that the exports surged because North Korea quick sold a bunch of extra fish – versus the truth, that they sold all they caught. The story notes the value, but carefully omits the volume. And they let you know what the value number surged up to, but carefully withheld where it had surged from, so you couldn’t get any idea of the percentage increase.

The general populace has already awakened to the fact that there is such a thing as “fake news”, and that “fake news is bad.”

How do you think the general populace is going to resonate when they discover “fake news” in contexts such as those I’ve elucidated, here?

What are the five stages of grief? Denial, then…what was it..oh, yes! ANGER.

This is the beginning of the end for these people, mark my words.

 

 

 

March 17, 2017 – Atlantic fish and seafood companies casting a wide net to increase exports

(Using the “they’re fishing harder than ever” ruse to prop up the failing “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying” confidence game in the face of booming, burgeoning marine life all over the globe. – ed)

 

May 18, 2017 – Maine Is Drowning in Lobsters – Bloomberg

 

July 5, 2017 – Chinese crayfish, shrimp exports jump in 2017

Other Chinese seafood exports were also up so far in 2017.

Shrimp exports rose 11.6 percent in value and 17.9 percent in volume terms, while shipments of tilapia were up 9.14 percent in value and 6.68 percent in volume in the first four months of the year, according to the ministry data.

Chinese crayfish exports have soared this year, according to official statistics released by the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture.

Exports of crayfish jumped 68 percent in volume terms and 60.4 percent in value terms in the first four months of 2017. The recently released data didn’t include absolute figures for either volume or value.

(Where “Jump” in the headline and “up” in the subhead are general, a hallmark of propaganda – the specific numbers are “buried” below them. “Value” is placed ahead of volume in both cases. When we get to crayfish, “soared” is general, a hallmark of propaganda, with the specific numbers “buried” below it – ed)
July 6, 2017 – Norwegian seafood exports break new records in first half of 2017

Never before has Norway exported a greater value of seafood than in the first six months of 2017. The increase is due primarily to record-high salmon prices but also to strong growth in export volumes to the U.S. and Asian markets.

(The article leads with “value”, but carefully “buries” volume at the bottom. – ed)
July 17, 2017 – China – Hunchun’s exports up

So far in 2017, Hunchun’s seafood trade appears to be going strong, though; in the first quarter of 2017 the town’s seafood exports were up, according to the most recent trade figures from Jilin provincial authority, although the figures seem to be at odds with earlier, much larger figures.

In the first three months of this year, Hunchun’s seafood exports rose 89% year-on-year to $22.2m in value, according to a report published on the authority’s website dated April. Seafood imports also increased — up 47% y-o-y to $20.1m in value.

(Where “up”, in the headline, is general, a hallmark of propaganda. Versus the specific “rose 89% year on year”, which is “buried” lower down. “Appears” and “seem” are carefully-deployed hedges, implying it might not be correct. – ed)

 

August 16, 2017 – However, China banned North Korean seafood imports on Monday – cutting off a revenue stream that generated US$190 million for Pyongyang in 2016.

 

August 27, 2017 – All you need to know about China’s sanctions on North Korea

The combined value of North Korea’s 2016 exports to China of coal, iron ore, lead ore and seafood – all of which are now banned by Beijing – was almost US$1.5 billion, or 60 per cent of its total exports.

(They combine them, and make sure you can’t get the individual numbers, specifically seafood – ed)
August 29, 2017 – North Korean Seafood Exports to China Surge Before Ban.

North Korean seafood exports to China surged to more than $50 million dollars in July, Chinese customs data showed, rising before a complete ban starts Sept. 5 under a United Nations Security Council resolution.

(We know from a previous article that seafood exports generated US$190 million for North Korea in 2016. Here, they’re giving us just the July, 2017 number, which is the vague “more than $50 million dollars”. That vagueness is a hallmark of propaganda. $50M is more than 25% of $190M, in just one month…but that’s as close as we’re going to get on the numbers, for now.

The ruse here is that the exports surged because North Korea quick sold a bunch of extra fish – versus the truth, that they sold all they caught. They note the value, but carefully omit the volume. And they let you know what the value number surged up to, but carefully withheld where it had surged from, so you couldn’t get any idea of the percentage increase – ed)
August 29, 2017 – Vietnam seafood exports up 18% in value so far this year

Vietnam shipped $749 million worth of seafood abroad in August, bringing seafood exports in the first eight months of 2017 to $5.13 billion, up 18.1% from the same period last year, reports Vietnam Plus.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the largest buyers of Vietnamese seafood included the US, Japan, China and South Korea, accounting for 55.6% of total exports.

Export value to China showed the biggest increase, up 57.2%, followed by Japan 30.8%, the UK (30.1%), South Korea (28.8%), the Netherlands (25.3%) and Canada (20.7%).

(Here “Value” is talked about continuously – and volume is pointedly unmentioned – ed)

 

October 15, 2017 – Seafood exports up 10.9 percent in first three quarters of 2017

Exports of South Korean seafood rose 10.9 percent in the first nine months of 2017 from a year earlier on strong demand for dried laver and tuna, the maritime ministry said Sunday.

(The tirelessly-deployed “increased demand” ruse, vs. the truth, “they sold all they caught.” – ed)
November 10, 2017 – India’s seafood exports up by 21 percent so far in 2017

India’s first quarter exports rose 21 percent off of increasing demand for frozen shrimp in the international market.

(Here the “increasing demand” ruse is used, vs. the truth, “they sold all they caught.” – ed)
December 5, 2017 – Norway’s seafood export value on track for record in 2017 -council

OSLO, Dec 5 (Reuters) – Norway’s Seafood Council said on Tuesday:

** Value of Norwegian seafood exports on track for record in 2017

** The value of seafood exports was flat year-on-year in November, while volumes were up 25 pct

(The headline says “export value on track for record”…and just three paragraphs below we see “export value flat year-on-year”, followed by “volumes up 25%. So the headline is a baldfaced lie, a ruse…it’s what is called, in current social engineering parlance, “fake news.” – ed)

** The month’s overall exports of seafood valued at 9 billion Norwegian crowns ($1.08 billion) from total volume of 286,000 tonnes

** Jan-November export value rose by 4 pct to a total of NOK 86.5 billion, while volumes were up 6 pct

** Export value of salmon, the biggest category, fell by 5 pct in November to NOK 5.7 billion while volumes were up 11 pct

** Says average salmon price in November was NOK 50.68 per kilo compared to NOK 61.71 per kilo in November of 2016

** Salmon exports to China at a two-year high

(Where “value” percentage increases, which are lower, are successively positioned ahead of “volume”increase percentages, which are higher. “Value” is stressed in the headline, with no mention of volume, yet salmon, the biggest category, saw value drop 5%, precisely because volume was up 11%. They “made it up in volume.” Prices drop when demand decreases or supply increases. And “Decreased salmon demand” is disproved by “Salmon exports to China at a two-year high”. By the way, 61.71 per kilo to 50.68 per kilo is a 22% decrease – ed)
January 2, 2018 – Vietnam makes bigger seafood export earnings in 2017

HANOI, Jan. 2 (Xinhua) — Vietnam gained seafood export turnovers of nearly 8.4 billion U.S. dollars in 2017, up 18.5 percent against 2016, the country’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said on Tuesday.

(The headline uses the vague term “bigger“; vagueness is a hallmark of propaganda. The specific percentage is buried carefully below it. – ed)

Regarding three key seafood items, prawns and shrimps, and tuna, prawn and shrimp exports surged 20 percent to over 3.8 billion U.S. dollars, with exports to major markets, excluding the United States, growing considerably.

(“Tuna” is buried last, here, behind prawns and shrimp. Then they give you data on prawns and shrimp, but remain scrupulously silent on tuna – ed)

The country gained a total seafood output of more than 7.2 million tons in 2017, up 5.2 percent against 2016, the ministry said, noting that roughly 3.4 million tons came from catching, up 5.3 percent, and over 3.8 million tons came from aquaculture, up 5.2 percent.

(This is the very last paragraph in the article, so they’ve again deliberately “buried” the volume numbers – ed)

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