This little factoid hit me like a slap in the face, a face palm moment. Duh. It was that the Berlin Wall “fell” on November 9, 1989. 11/9, or 9/11 turned around. I don’t know why those numbers are important to our closeted leaders, but they, along with 33 and 8 turn up in almost every hoax.
By itself, that date was just another indication that the event was a façade, that other changes were in the works. The Soviet Union, the supposed Evil Empire, dissolved. There were no deaths or struggles. We are told that mere assembly of people in Prague, the so-called Velvet Revolution, for example, brought about regime change. This is utter nonsense. Large crowds have no direction, no arms, and cannot force change. They can put out a pretty good vibration during rock concerts if enough cocaine, pot and booze circulate, but are otherwise wasted energy.
I remember a news report from my home state of Montana from many years ago. the early 90s I think. We supposedly had missiles housed in silos in the Great Falls area, pointed at Russia. After the thaw, these silos were unveiled, after having supposedly been disarmed. Inside reporters found primitive living quarters and primitive technology, floppy disks that were nine inches in diameter, the kind that could perhaps hold a few printed pages of data. This was the “guided missile” technology that was set up to attack our global menace to the north (and then south, after crossing the pole). I did not know what to make if that. It seemed an anachronism.
At the Miles Mathis conference I attended in 2016, there was a guy who seemed to have authority, who spent his time seated (I originally had a typo here, “sedated,” close in meaning) on the couch enmeshed in calculations and ignoring everything else. I’ve forgotten his name, but found him off-putting, unfriendly and seemingly exercising sway over Mathis. When I mentioned the Great Falls silos and 9-inch floppies, he got agitated, insisting the technology was real. In other words, the Cold War, which was fake, was real. He knew better, and he was pissed that I brought it up.
This is all just evidential data, left for us to assemble. I am doing my best. At this point I think this guy was the “science guy” behind Mathis. He had no business there other than to monitor the goings on. All very strange. I am not sure what to make of it.
As usual, I am rambling in circling to a point, another slap in the face having to do with timing. Global Warming/Climate Change is also fake, but when did it come about? On June 24, 1988, James Hansen of NASA did the rollout before a Senate hearing, set on a very hot day with windows open and air conditioning turned off. This was over a year in advance of the fall of the symbolic wall, but surely those in power knew what lies were to be unveiled ahead.
So in reading Michael Crichton’s State of Fear, my face is even redder for the face slapping it brings …
“Fear,” Evans said.
Exactly. For 50 years, western nations had maintained their citizens in the state of perpetual fear. Fear of the other side. Fear of nuclear war. The Communist menace. The Iron Curtain. The Evil Empire. And within the Communist countries, the same in reverse. Fear of us. Then, suddenly, in the fall of 1989, it was all finished. Gone, vanished. Over. The fall of the Berlin Wall created the vacuum of fear. Nature abhors a vacuum. Something had to fill it.” (pp 571-572)
That something was Climate Change. This explains everything, The constant lying and fake science, the bogus news reporting of blown-up events, and why men like Michael Mann and Al Gore, professional liars and near morons in their public pronouncements, are held in high esteem by the media. They are spearchuckers, our new Cold Warriors, tasked with creating fear. Their job is simple, To lie, lie, and then lie some more.
I’ve wasted too much time exposing their lies. They don’t matter. The lies have never mattered. It’s all about fear.
By the way, when I mentioned Crichton in an earlier post, Tyrone chimed in with an interesting comment that merely presumed that his death, 11/4/2008, was fake. Only then did I notice that that date is, if you look closely, “88.” (State of Fear was one of the few of his books that was not made into a movie.)
Unrelated footnote: I recently took Thomas Pynchon’s book, only a third read, Against the Day, to our local used book store for credit. I told the clerk I thought it was unreadable, and that life was too short. If there are within that tedious tract gems of wisdom, I ask others to spare us the agony and just bring them to us.