Day 440 – What were the skies like when you were young?

A quick mention of Liverpool-based 90s EDM group Apollo 440 before we start.
And mention of this, obviously.

But what would we be starting on?
Well, I ended up down another conspiracy theory rabbit hole this morning. Specifically one about chemtrails and geoengineering. You know, the general tinfoil hattery that we’re all being played for fool by global corporations and the New World Order?

The usual stuff.

But this time, there’s clear evidence that this is a real thing. And that evidence comes in the form of this tweet from @uslawreview:

To be fair, I have no idea what the weather was like where I live 30 or 40 years ago, because I didn’t live here. But judging by the moaning about the cold and rain in winter and the wind in the summer, things have been this way for a while. Perhaps we need some engineering – something to make it cold and rainy in the summer and windy in the winter? I dunno, I’m just brainstorming here.

But why would the weathermen never say a word about the constant spraying? Perhaps because it’s just not a thing. No. Justin Despair knows why. It’s because they’re in on the whole thing:

“Seek sources of truth online,” says Justin, without even a hint of irony in his tweet.

Personally, I blame the pilots. Just like Ricardo.

But maybe I shouldn’t:

But they must still know, right? Last time I was piloting a commercial transcontinental passenger flight, the chemtrails switch was very much a mechanical thing. I had to flick it, just as we passed over @uslawreview’s place, just like my handlers told me to.

Plane crash kills 163 after pilot forgets to turn off chemtrails when  landing

My only issue was trying not to notice the dodgy photoshopping on the panel, as I – grimly faced – pumped tens of thousands of litres of weather-altering mind control particulates into the troposphere. Well, that and then not telling anyone about it. Ever.

So weird that so few individuals ever asked about what was going on.

Yeah, I do note that you’re a Sheffield Wednesday fan though, so clearly you must have had something deactivated in your brain.

OK, C.J. Bowden – but remember that Justin told us that the truth was online. Not in the chemical-filled sky. Seems sensible to hide inside and not to be staring at the sun all day.

Gonna have to cut this one short: loadshedding shit just hit the (non-spinning) fan, which is sad, because I was trying to get some fresh air in from outside. The sunshine, the light breeze, the weird “clouds”…

Day 313, part 2 – Vaccine delivery

The first vaccines for The Virus arrived in South Africa yesterday, and wow, was the pomp and ceremony was dragged out onto the cold, wet apron at the airport in Johannesbeagle?

(Yes. Yes, it was.)

Dignitaries, politicians, umbrella holders and a really sycophantic media were all present to witness a whole 1 million doses of Covishield™ arriving on an Emirates 777.

That’s just enough to fully vaccinate 0.8% of the population, by my rudimentary calculations.

And yet:

I don’t watch news programmes specifically for this reason. But last night, I flicked on eNCA because I wanted felt I had to watch Ramaphosa’s address on reducing the lockdown. This was long, long, overdue, but clearly held back so that he could wave his little “we’ve got some vaccine” flag.

And wow. The blatant fawning during the pisspoor pre-speech small talk was absolutely sickening.

I looked up several times from the ironing (it’s all about the glamour here, ok?) and was eventually told off by Mrs 6000 for using the phrase

What the actual fuck?

four times – ever more incredulously – in about a 90 second period.

I’m well aware that the art of politics is all about spin, but this was so robustly applied that we were all almost flung outwards at mass times angular velocity squared times radius*.

They’re clearly not even bothering to hide it anymore. Gone are the clever intricacies of subliminal messaging. This was in your face GovernmentLove©. I’m not one for hyperbole, but I was actually quite shocked. I would not have been surprised if they’d cut across the studio to some sort of shrine to the ANC**.
It was actually like I was watching a party political broadcast***.

Stay away from news channels, guys. Or at least watch them with the knowledge that they’re all pushing some sort of agenda. This one wasn’t pretty. But at least it was pretty obvious.

Right. While I’m sounding like some sort of Trump fan with a Masters in Media Conspiracy from the Dunning-Kruger Online College, might I just ask why we’re bothering with this whole injection thing anyway?

It’s a tiresome, clumsy, process and people can avoid getting the jab if they so choose.

Ugh. No. That’s not what our reptilian overlords want.

Why not just use chemtrails?

After all, Darth Putin has got one of his planes in Cape Town right now, ready to go:

The Russian-built, Russian-registered, catchily named Illyushin II-76 TD-90VD arrived last night from the so-called Novolazarevskaya Airbase (which also sounds Russian), and features a huge cargo hold, capable of being adapted to hold fluids to bomb fires (definitely) or spread weather-modification and mind-altering chemtrails (possibly).
Surely it shouldn’t be such a big thing to fill it with vaccine and get us all done in one go?

I mean, that’s almost certainly why it’s here, right?

Right.

I’m glad you are all in the know as well.

 

Stay safe.

 

 

* engineers and physicists will know
** ok, that was a bit of hyperbole
*** back to no hyperbole

Day 297 – The good and the bad side of internet weirdness

Let’s get the good side done first, because the bad side is going to take a while.

This is very much the wholesome content that I signed up for when connecting the internet this week:

There we go:

Duck’s real name was Montague, apparently. I don’t have the time or the desire to follow up on whether that would assist with completing the list.

Weird. Niche. But kind of cool.

 

Not then like the rabbit hole I ended up descending this morning via twitter, thanks to a stray retweet from a local loon. That was some serious stuff. Examples to follow:

Well, they kept that quiet. Almost like it isn’t actually happening.
But then of course, that’s exactly what they want you to think.

There’s more:

DO YOU NOW UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH COVID PLANDEMIC?

Probably not. I mean, I have some degree of intelligence (no, I really do) and I actually read the thing and I’m still none the wiser. To be fair, the rather weird website to which this tweet links doesn’t even claim that there’s connection between Geoengineering and Covid.

Which was surprising.

I’m glad that there’s an artificial ionospheric mirror involved though. That does at least give it some semblance of credibility.

Our protagonist (who I am not naming, no) continues:

Climate change, chemtrails, NWO, Lucifer, pandemic.

That’s a lot of bingo boxes ticked from a single image.

All we need now is some right-wing, nationalist, Christian rhetoric.

Ker-ching!

Full house! This one actually began a rambling, 1,500 word diatribe about… well… I’m not really sure what.

We have enough clear evidence to support our claim but need not explain it…

Seems legit…

…as it is our right to take back our country with or without Force. We do not and have not supported this Evil Luciferian World powers, and suggest they refrain from trying to tarnished History and their Laws upon us.

Wow.

There’s a lot of weird, racist, poorly written, somewhat scary stuff on his sites and links. And this guys has the same voting rights as you or I. He and his fellow loons walk amongst us. You might even unknowingly have passed him in the soft drinks aisle while doing you shopping last week.

And then he goes home and writes this sort of thing…

The Viral plan of Pandemics and War was and is a method often used in the past, but now Historical Data is being uncovered and a Vail of true knowledge is being lifted World wide exposing them as Evil and corrupt Luciferian Elite.

…before sitting back and enjoying a swig of passion fruit and soda water.

Lithium

Incoming via Twitter:

And yes, it’s an old article, but the (new) link arrived on my desktop just this morning.

Anyway, I popped across and had a quick look, because if there is new evidence suggesting that the government is using NASA to air drop Lithium (capital L, nogal) on the masses, then I want to know why.

But I’m happy to let you know here and now that there isn’t any evidence (new or otherwise) suggesting that the government is using NASA to air drop Lithium on the masses, so you can save yourselves the trouble of visiting the site that I’m not linking to anyway.

It’s ok. I’m happy to wade through the waist-deep BS so you don’t have to.

Jet waves

More from Facebook, and from my favourite group thereon, previously mentioned here.

Here’s an image shared to the group by one of its members.

Given the geographical position of the island in question, together with the profile of the aircraft, it’s most likely to be a 777 going from somewhere in Western Europe to somewhere in the USA.

But this is just a post from a guy who has spotted the plane going overhead, pointed his camera heavenward and pressed a button. It doesn’t matter where the plane is going from or heading to. We don’t need to know: the strength of this image is its sheer simplicity

But then, there’s always one, isn’t there? Because in the comments below, this:

I must admit that I hadn’t even considered this aspect of the situation.

The picture was ok. Look, I wasn’t hugely impressed with it, but it was ok. Just nice. And, being me, I had thought a bit about the type of plane and its likely journey. But as I mentioned above, that’s not what matters. And I was inadvertently right.

Because what actually really matters are the jet waves polluting our sky. Yeh?

Air travel isn’t the cleanest form of transport. It’s getting there, with the all new A350-10 series belching a whole 25% less carbon dioxide than its predecessor and such, but putting couple of hundred tonnes of aluminium and suitcases 10kms up into the sky and then moving it several thousand kilometres is always going to be a fuel intensive process. I knew that. But I hadn’t thought about the jet waves, polluting our sky. And I’m sure I wasn’t alone in this. Because no-one ever thinks about the jet waves, do they?

And yet, there they go. Those jet waves. Polluting our sky.