NTHE Xmas Fable

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NTHE Xmas Fable, for Corry
by Patrick Frost, whose bio can be found at the bottom of his earlier essay in this space

Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits

600 Poland Ave

New Orleans, Louisiana 70117

 

“You’re easy to talk to, you know that Santa?”

“I know that young lady.”

“Are you eating tonight? I mean besides all that wine you’re drinking, and all the cookies you’ll gorge on later?”

“I don’t think so, we only get a few drink tickets for this thing.”

“They don’t feed you? On Christmas?”

“Santa has to buy his own food, yeah.” He said grinning.

“That’s bullshit Santa!”

“It’s ok. We been doing this for a while, we’re used to it.”

“You sounded like you been at it a while, you’re very smooth Santa.”

“Thanks.”

“Hey Santa,” she twirled the last of her European wine around in her glass by arcing the long stem. “You mind if I ask you something that, I think, you may be of a certain level of expertise on?”

“Sure.”

“Well first off, lemme start by asking if you have a favorite climate scientist?”

“A favorite what?”

“Scientist,” her wine was ready for her lips. “Climate scientist.”

“Can’t say I do,” Santa looked towards the stage where his horn player and his drummer were setting back up after the break.

“Like Hansen? Malcolm Light? Or that dude born and raised up there near you, Beckwith? I guess James Hansen is the most popular.”

“Can’t say I’ve ever heard of those fellows.”

“How about Guy McPherson? Do you like him? He’s kind of a Debbie Downer but that’s only to those that are just getting into him.”

“Getting into?” Santa acted confused.

“Yeah like someone–” her mussels arrived to the table. “Take some, please. Have some.” The bowl steamed hard in the night. “This broth is kinda like your oceans up there, huh Santa?”

“My oceans, dear?”

“Your home yeah, it’s melting away sir.”

Santa didn’t say anything and he looked again back at his stage. It was empty.

“I mean getting into, like someone that hears your band for the first time, they don’t always, maybe, love your music right away–” she stopped.

“–I know what you’re trying to say, you don’t have to think you’re offending me.”

“I mean I, personally, loved your songs. And this has been the first time I’ve heard them.”

“Where are you from, Miss? If you don’t mind me asking?”

“You can tell I’m not from here, huh?”

“I can.”

“Sacramento, California.”

Santa shook his head like he knew where California was.

“My city is changing too Santa, but not nearly as fast as yours. Eat some, please.”

“I can’t. I have to start playing again here soon.”

“Have one. Just one. For me.”

Santa reached for the bread, “I’ll have a taste then, ok.” He dipped the crostini in the juices, put the whole slice in his mouth and reached for a mussel. “It’s real good. Salty. I can taste the wine, and the butter.”

“And fennel and absinthe.”

“Thank you.”

“So you really should look up Guy, it will take a while to resist your resistance towards him, but eventually things will start making sense, just don’t get turned off right away like most folks do.”

“What does he say?” Santa wiped his mouth with the back of his right hand and dried it with his fluffy red pants.

“I’ll tell you if you eat more with me. I ordered a lot, too much for me. The menu is unbelievable–” another plate was arriving at the table.

A gentleman in a white button up shirt — not a waiter’s shirt, but a worn-in second hand shirt, a hand-me-down shirt, held the dish up, “Fresh pappardelle with wild mushroom, garlic, ricotta and herbs?” His hand was trying to locate a landing area like a storm moving east over the Pacific Ocean. It was confused and uncertain.

Here,” she said and moved what was left of the mussels towards Santa. “Thank you.”

The cook left.

The band was starting to walk towards the stage again.

“I know you don’t have a lot of time left Santa, but thank you for talking with me. I like you. And I’m sorry about what we have done to your home.”

“Well,” Santa looked over at his new friend. “If you don’t mind me saying something–”

“Sure Santa, anything,” she raised the wide, garlic, ricotta noodles towards her face.

Santa leaned in, “Are you, ok? Do you have a place to stay?”

She looked up from her white plate and stared through the warm fog her dish was putting off, “I’m fine Santa, truly. Why?”

Santa sat back and checked his stage. “No reason,” he said passively.

She washed down the tender pasta with the rest of her wine and poured the last glass out for herself. She sipped at it again; her next bottle was going to come from California, she resigned. It’s just as close if not closer than France.

“Don’t worry about me Santa, I’m on vacation. Just save your strength for later, don’t go wasting all your energy playing that big ol’ thing up there. I saw you tossing it around earlier.”

Santa enjoyed her compliment. It wasn’t often he got talked to so brashly, especially by a woman so much younger than him.

“Oh, and one more thing Santa,” she took a decade long sip from her French wine. “After all your flying around tonight, I figure you’ll be real tired and you might want to escape from Mrs. Claus for a minute, maybe go outside and fire up an American Spirit, or I don’t know, you probably hand roll cigarettes or have your Elves roll them for you. But please be careful, there is a lot of methane up there where you live.”

“Methane?”

“I just don’t want you to blow the whole damn thing up for us because you worked hard one day this year. That’s all I’m saying. Go out to the barn or something and smoke with the reindeer.”

Santa was lost on her playfulness.

“It’s ok, Santa,” she assured him. “That joke was really just for me.”

She finished her pasta and was scraping her plate with the last piece of bread from the mussels.

“Santa, do mind if I tell you what I want for Christmas? Since I have you here.”

“Sure,” the bass player said, half-confident.

“Would it be alright if,” she locked in with Santa’s eyes. “If I sat on your lap while I told you?”

The band was all on stage now except for the bass player.

“Ok,” he made a lap with his legs.

She lifted the metal patio furniture chair up out of the gravel and set it back down almost feverishly behind her. She was on his lap, his left leg, and she took his wine to herself.

“I would like–” she paused.

“What I want for Christmas Santa, is for you to, while you’re flying around tonight with your sack that holds all the gifts for all the–” she stopped again and started playing with Santa’s beard.

“Are you a Christian myth? I mean I can’t say the whole world’s gifts because there is only a portion of the globe that believes in you or celebrates you, right?”

Santa said nothing.

“I want you to fly around with your bottomless bag open, and I want you to collect fifty-three particles per million of all the CO2 that is up there with you.”

“Parts per million?” Santa asked without curiosity.

“I don’t want you to take all the CO2 now, that would just be silly. We’d freeze.”

“Oh.”

The band was playing without him.

And also–”

“You want a second gift?” he smiled at his drummer who was laughing at him.

She enjoyed his attempt, “I want you to take a lot of Methane too. I’m not sure how much exactly. But follow your heart on that one. It’s mostly up by you anyway so that should be easier.”

“That will be no problem,” Santa encouraged. “I can do the first one, but I’m not sure if I’ll have enough time to get all the–”

“Methane!”

“Right, Methane. Out of the atmosphere in one night.”

“Oh but Santa, could you try? Please?”

“Well, lets say I try. And I do it. But then I can’t let you know because, well…”

“Are you asking me for my number, Santa?”

Santa shook his left leg under her in confident embarrassment, “I am, yes.”

She kissed his cheek and fell off his leg and splashed down into the gravel. She reached through her purse and found a G5 pen. She started swinging her hips to the drums and the horn. “They need you up there!”

She put the ink to the one clean napkin that remained on the patio table and wrote:

Guy McPherson

Extinction Radio

Arctic Methane Emergency Group Blog

She drew a heart on the bottom of the paper and folded the napkin in half, then in half again, and handed it to Santa.

“Thank you,” he said. “I’ll be sure to let you know about your wishes, I hope you’ve been good this year.”

“Me too, Santa” she said wholeheartedly. “Me too.”

The bass player placed the folded napkin in his red suit pocket and took the stage with the other two Santas. She stacked her plates on her table and walked past the kitchen, through the gravel, past the outdoor water station, and the ice buckets for the white wine and champagne, towards the blue and white checkerboard tiled floor, and the brick wall wine laboratory, in search of a California Cabernet.

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The first time she threw up at Bacchanal, it was full of grace. She was ladylike in the restroom and since it was Christmas evening, the three Santas were only playing for about thirty-five onlookers, so the restroom by the kitchen was empty. She let out a quick burst and she flushed simultaneously to avoid any splashes. Then she was done. In the mirror she cleaned herself up and scraped at her teeth with a wet paper towel to get most of the red off.

She got back to her table and poured herself another half glass to get the taste out of her mouth. It was a Pinot, from the Willamette Valley in Oregon. The bottle shop didn’t have any California wines. She gargled the light wine and swished it around her teeth and tongue, and swallowed it down.

Her dessert came. “Goat milk panna cotta, honey, lavender, and pine nuts?” the cook asked.

“Yes. Thank you, everything has been excellent tonight,” she looked at the white button up shirt. “I just wanted you to know.”

“That’s nice of you. I’m glad.”

“I don’t eat like this very often, it’s a real treat.”

“Merry Christmas,” the cook offered. “And if you don’t mind me asking. Are you doing alright?”

“I’m fine cook, yes,” she deflected. “Did you know that sixty percent of Earth’s species have gone extinct in the last forty years? That rate is ten thousand times higher than that of evolution.”

The cook was thinking about the demi-glacé he had rolling on his stove.

“–the human population has doubled in the same timeframe,” she sipped her Oregon wine and moved on. “No, I’m really great. Thank you for asking.”

The cook went back to his range.

She took her first bite. The pine nuts were toasted, smashed, and dusted over the whole dish and she could tell they would be in every spoonful. The drums and horns and stand-up bass filled the temperate, December, New Orleans evening air.

Then it hit her again, deeper this time. She stood up quickly and her chair fell back into the gravel and dug in. She looked towards the bathroom next to the counter of the kitchen; there was a small line of two women. She turned back and knocked her wine glass off the table and it shattered on the stone below. The shards of glass worked their way into the pebbles almost as well as the Pinot did. Everyone at Bacchanal was looking at her now. The music played on. She stepped over the busted glass, and towards the stage on the narrow gravel walkway. All three Santas were attempting to play through her distraction as she climbed up onto the stage.

She kissed the horn player on his puffy cheeks, and she banged on the drummer’s symbols by wildly swinging her purse at them. When she got to her Santa, she went down on all fours and placed her red lips to the microphone that was aimed towards his bass. She peered up at him and silenced his strings with her left hand and confessed into the shallow mic, “I’m afraid, Santa.”

She was softly crying.

“I don’t think–” she looked up at the small crowd and reflexively pushed out from the bottom of her stomach, a dozen mussels, buttery fresh pasta, and almost two bottles of wine. All of Bacchanal gasped in harmony. “I’m afraid I haven’t been a good enough girl this year, Santa.”

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  • The girl with a bar code tattoo on her neck had a sore plastic foot. When she was a girl she dreamed she’d be a bionic woman. “Kick Bill Nye ass in a Terminator sequel!” She wished.

    “Carbon credit or China debit?” She asked the Guy in a Santa suit. She noticed soot on his sleeve. But who needs washing.Ton of dirty side dishes. No rain. No deer.

    Ice rapidly melting in a glass of fracking fluid. Analyst drink the cool aid. Methane addicts order the mushroom clouds. Looks like a nuclear winter, she sighed. Anything fresh from Sabine’s garden? What’s that on Satish’s dish?

    Lidia knows the recipe for disaster. Tom asked for a reality check.

    Doomsday diner or Fuki Cafe. When is that Austin guy ever gonna sail away??

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    I sounded really nervous talking for the first time ever about my work. Fine line between providing professional evidence while in fear. I really could get killed if I say too much. Hard to think about every word before you dare say it. This report provides the key findings of the U.S. chemical and biological warfare programs initiated by analyst 51. For Evidence to complex to explain on radio I provide background information on U.S. policies and programs relevant to the policy issue violations. My conscious is not clear because of my work. In my self de-briefing I’m examining policy issues and de-populations options I provided to Corporate & Chinese leaders. Summarizing the pros and cons of each subverted option and indicating where needed the differing agency viewpoints. The background information includes information on the Soviet biological and chemical warfare programs, the lack of an existing clear U.S. policy on the subject, current U.S. capabilities, stockpiles and R&D efforts, military considerations, and current arms control initiatives.

    The policy issues and options, which for biological weapons include such questions as:

    1) Should the U.S. maintain a lethal biological capability?
    2) Should the U.S. maintain a capability for the use of incapacitating biologicals?
    3) Should the U.S. maintain only an R&D program either in both offensive and defensive weapons, or just in defensive areas?

    Extensive consideration is given to the question of whether the U.S. should continue covert ops in violation of the Geneva Protocol of 1925 prohibiting the use in war of chemical and biological weapons, and if so, with what reservations.
    Among the points of agreement are the need to continue R&D on defensive programs, to develop and improve controls and safety measures for chemical and biological programs, to obtain better intelligence on other nations’ CBW capabilities, and that U.S. declaratory policy regarding lethal chemical and biological agents should remain one of “no first use.” I said H1N1 wrong on the show with Mike. U.S. Supreme court chief Justice William Renquist joined our team for a walk around the Tidal Basin in the spring of 2012 to help us make a very senesitive decision on releasing that info being bemanded by the Freedom of Information act.

    Memorandum to Secretary of State: US Policy on Chemical and Biological Warfare, November 17, 2014 Top Secret M. Austin

    With reference to the meeting scheduled for November 18 on key policy issues to be decided, following the presentation found in respect to the biological warfare issues, Dr.(redacted) indicates that the State Department’s recommended position is that Kerry support the Secretary of Defense’s position that the U.S. maintain a biological R&D and testing program only for defense purposes and to guard against technological surprise.

    National Security Decision Memorandum, United States Policy on Chemical Warfare Program and Bacteriological/Biological Research Program, from National Security to the Vice President, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Defense, etc., November 25 Top Secret/Nodis, 3

  • “For Evidence to complex to explain on radio…”

    “My conscious is not clear because of my work…”

    “I’m examining policy issues and de-populations options I provided…”

    “I said H1N1 wrong on the show with Mike.”

    “…to help us make a very senesitive decision on releasing that info being bemanded by the Freedom of Information act.”

    And this is credible Top Secret information? WTF?

  • Redreamer, Artleads & Lidia thanks to each of you.

    As promised to the radio show listeners I am supplying this additional explanation of our analysis. Except for potential WW3 or USA election cycle disruption reasons, I highly doubt any biological events will ever happen (unless by accident) in times of potential future disruption. displacements. Starvation & mass refugee crisis.

    For the first time ever a bio unit of the Chinese army is here in the USA training in cooperation with our military. 1000 Chinese physicists are here to assist and learn safety procedures with our one hundred plants. I was part of the project deciding to have 10 Chinese per plant remain in the USA for emergency assistance. They also need to learn how to build safer plants.

    G.E.M. = Genetically Enhanced Microbes

    Every month the NSA, ALEC, Rand & other Corporations would report on why China has the most power to induce biological events in order to assume more control over agricultural zones in Africa, Central Asia & North America.

    China’s small group of top leaders are less restricted to launch large scale events. In 2008 it cost Congressional candidates about 6 million each to win an election. Recently the Supreme Court changed campaign finance laws. Donations for campaign costs can be deposited off shore by special interests. The largest campaign contributions on record come from China’s leaders in conjunction with multi-national corporations. In the past the British Empire once conquered and profitably colonized many countries by buying their leaders first. Now Xi Jinping is using the same formula to buy US & Russian leaders.

    China’s leader Xi Jinping has extracted vast economic gains from cheap labor & raw materials. However all records indicate that his greatest power play, currently in action on all world markets, will come from China taking control of the World’s Reserve Currency. The Peoples Republic combined with North Korea has the largest standing army on Earth.

    Forbes list of top corporations are small compared to the largest privately held companies. At the very top is Saudi Aramco which is worth 20 times the amount of the highest publicly offered company. Currently valued at 19 times greater than Apple, the P.R.C. has over 11 Trillion dollars in stock & bond holdings. Domestically the PRC has control over the publicly offered shares of CNPC, ICBC & China Mobile. The PRC also has a large interest in Walmart’s manufacturing division.

    PRC leaders Xi Jinping & Zhou Xiaochuan are also prime share holders in IBM, Apple & HSBC. Beyond Saudi Aramco, the world’s other largest private companies are Pemex, Venezuela Petroleos, Kuwait Petronas & Sonatrach. The PRC has investments in each in return for direct oil supplies. Even the gigantic wealth of Iran National oil is connected by a PRC shipping deal. Globally “China.Inc.” is the empire where the sun never sets. In the past few years China has acquired an enormous gold reserve. The the PRC holds approximately 3 trillion of the U.S. debt. Enough to give the PRC the power to pull the purse strings of Congress. Both the Republican and the Democratic political parties are registered corporations.

    Now in unison with Carlos Slim, Xi Jinping has direct control over the ‘MexAmreiCAN’ technology corridor. 94% of all weapons being invented and distributed to worldwide military forces (even when they are at war with each other) come from the North American military-industrial complex. The Pentagon has central command; however, almost all weapons manufacturing is done by private contractors. Chemical, cyber & biologic systems are manufactured in Mexico & Canada. China, Canada & the USA are deeply interconnected by the IMF. The US dollar is still The World Reserve Currency but that could shift to China quickly.

    Few soldiers remain at post for long without pay. Therefore the PRC has invested heavily in the USA to have leverage over international military powers and large private armies like “Blackhawk” in the Middle East. During Xi’s USA visit, Obama proceeded with the transition of giving more control of the DARPA created internet system to the PRC.

    The world wide DARK web, cyber signaling & satellite systems are the invisible economic network firmly controlling exchange through the International Bank of settlements. Via the threat of debt collapse clearly Xi Jinping is calling the shots with both Russia & NATO.

    Since the PRC is the largest silent shareholder in the World Bank, Xi Jinping can use his financial control over allied forces to peacefully avoid warfare. However will Xi need an international distraction – like the conflict over the air strips in the disputed Vietnam & Philippine territories – to induce a war & depopulate North American agricultural lands?

    A new Global Currency is already printed and ready for distribution. Even Capitol Hill is pushing limits to break the US dollars value. The outstanding US debt to the PRC is a house of cards that threatens the World Bank. On TV Xi Jinping called for consolidation. China manufactured RFDI micro-chips are being put every US & Euro Zone credit card. Over 2 million chips per day are activated under China’s control.

    Jinping’s called Saudi Arabian Kings to collapse the US dollar and merge separate currencies into one International Monetary Fund. A World War level conflict prior to next fall might cost less than the 2016 elections which are are a tiresome and expensive shell game for China, Inc.

    Possibly there would be less world conflict if the global industrial matrix did consolidate under one umbrella administration. Xi Jinping has made communist party agreements with Putin. But can the PNR control the rest of the world’s people as easily as Russia & China? Or will they need to enact a series of dramatic events, including bio “accidents”, to reduce world population? The Chinese revised “G.E.M. 21” United Nations plan has been translated by serveral intelligence gathering services. Last Summer In Gastad the top 9 elite members of the Bilderburg Group voted to induce epidemics in case of further destabilized refugee crisis. A smaller world population would be easier for the council to manage. The high rates of current worldwide consumption levels are having an impact on atmospheric jet streams & ocean acidification. Haliburton manufactured fracking fluid adds to methane levels & the expanding southern hemisphere Ozone hole.

    Xi Jinping, Sir Evelyn Rothschild, Buffet & the Bilderberg group population control plans are supposed to be completed by 2021. Since Xi Jinping has the military capability to control 1/3 of the world’s population, he may use his Co-Russian unified power to reduce the hardest to control portions of the global population. Over a 100 support documents and research papers on the population reduction “operation 17” are DE-classified.

    CIA director John Brennan spoke openly about the intel on induced epidemics shortly before his e-mail was hacked in November 2015.

  • Yes – bio-depopulation has been talked about for half a century – certainly no secret there. That TPTB have released bio-agents into the population is also old news.

    Anyone who has been paying attention knows the psychopaths in power wouldn’t think twice about *solving* overpopulation.

    But how ’bout that Fukushima? What are all the nuclear insiders saying about the extinction event already in progress?

  • @Fred -Yup. You certainly have it nailed. A raging chimney fire doesn’t blow as much sheer smoke !!

    -J.Joslin ( Detroit , Michigan, USA )

  • An interesting encounter with geophysicists, oceanographers, and sea level change scientists (On The Origin of the Sea-level Seesaw – 2).

  • feat of strength:
    I shall now push this button really hard—yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

    beat that

  • Mark, your interview was really good, and showed a bravery rarely seen these days.
    So thank you for that, as well as All of your posts here…. things I had long suspected and now (thanks to you) I know it wasn’t just paranoia.

    But, on the other hand, I’m on limited band width, and the intro music to each broadcast episode is, in my opinion, a waste of bandwidth, as well as annoying. It’s time for something new and short, or no music intro at all, just get on with the show!

    .

  • What is the Zika virus ? A new virus outbreak in Brazil reported on CNN TODAY! Has the trigger of the depopulation bomb been pulled ?
    http://www.cnn.com/2015/12/23/health/brazil-zika-pregnancy-warning/index.html?eref=rss_health

    Its leads to birth defects in pre-natel exposure. Its led to a state of emergency throughout Brazil.

  • Mankind is sick in so many ways but there is a Nobel prize winning cure!

  • Dredd.

    Yes, some people living 20,000 years or more ago had greater understanding of the Earth’s wobble than the average person today. Hence the 12 signs of the Zodiac etc.

    It has been argued that people became stupider and stupider as time passed once their diet became predominantly deliberately-sown grains.

    None of it matters anymore; carbon dioxide poisoning and overheating (with a bit of methane overheating and perhaps some ionizing radiation) will bring the human experiment all to a tragic end. The only matter debatable is the timing: 15 years or 50?

    The daily CO2 updates continue to be interesting.

    22nd Dec 2014 399.06
    22nd Dec 2015 402.56

    Up 3.5ppm

    No worries; that’s only five times what it was when Keeling commenced measuring.

    Of course it is still far too early to say that anything significant is happening. Just something interesting to watch at this stage.

    Other matters interesting to watch include the price and availability of oil, and how low oil prices are impacting on communities trapped in the phony narratives of industrial civilization.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-23/canadas-depression-surging-crime-soaring-suicides-overwhelmed-food-banks-and-worst-y

    $37 at the moment. There are apparently some who are betting on under $20 in 2016.

    There is now so much manipulation and ‘noise’ I wouldn’t like to predict anything, other than that everything that matters will continue to be made worse by the saboteurs who comprise the government. I only need to cycle 1km to see that.

    The next big NZ boondoggle to waste energy and resources is likely to be on the other island.

    http://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/govt-may-help-fund-cathedral-rebuild/ar-BBnR57z?ocid=spartanntp

    ‘The $105 million price tag on a restored cathedral was only a third of what was being spent on repairing the Arts Centre, said Restore Christ Church Cathedral Group co-chairperson Mark Belton.’

  • “I’m writing,” said Patrick grinning.

    “What are you writing about?” asked Jane.

    Although chagrined, Patrick responded, “It’s just writing!”

    “Oohhh,” Jane nodded grinning.

  • i’d rather have a bottle in front of me than…

    Santa Does The Math
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    Kevin Anderson + James Hanson = Good

    10% annual emissions drop for 50 years

    Bill McKibben + Naomi Klein = Bad

    Green $$$ bonanza not viable

    Without carbon pricing livestock, life on earth is finished

  • …”large private armies like “Blackhawk” in the Middle East.

    ………… That would actually be Blackwater

    …”high rates of current worldwide consumption levels are having an impact on atmospheric jet streams & ocean acidification.”

    Is it just me, or is there something just not quite right here ?? Hello ??

  • Fred & John A; Two months ago Marco-the-profound-insider openly endorsed chem trails.

    Marco then cavalierly retracted after several grunts, including Guy, attacked chem trails as new age nonsense.

    If it weren’t for Guy “indirectly” endorsing Marco, I would write Marco off as a pathological liar & narcissistic puff ball.

    As I understand it, Guy supposedly knows Marco, or Marco claims that he knows Guy

    Only Guy can answer this one.

    I completely second your mandatory suspicions about Marco’s strange claims about deep access to inner power cabals.

    Yes, there IS “something not quite right here.”

    Sometimes Marco sounds like a computer program.

  • Fred… Give the man a break. You don’t make mistakes tapping out comments?
    This bloody phone substitute’s words on me all the time that I don’t notice. So Mark should have better skills than me, but so what? He’s currently somewhat stressed maybe?
    And what does it matter if he’s right or wrong?
    What the hell are any of you going to do apart from watch it all happen. Or not?
    What the fuck CAN any other you do?
    You going to sell everything and get on a south bound plane. Hide out in the back blocks of N.Z.?
    Come in as a safari hunter and walk into the wilds of Fiordland and never come out? NO.
    This thing is going to roll over us all just where and who we are. Some of you are going to die sooner and some of us are going to die a bit later.
    It may seem increasingly like living on another planet here but it’s not. The people are by in large crap and the dogs loyal everywhere.
    The big plus here is it rains a lot.

  • This is our setup . very safe technology https://www.facebook.com/renaudmargry/videos/1249068115108208/
    (after reviewing the video i noticed the guys T-shirt he was wearing .. The writing was on the wall already )

  • @ kevin moore Says:
    December 23rd, 2015 at 1:17 pm

    …carbon dioxide poisoning and overheating… will bring the human experiment all to a tragic end.

    “Tragic” in what sense and from which perspective? Personally, I think “comic” is a more apt adjective.

  • @44 south …

    It’s not so much the typos per se, but rather the continuous lack of mindful articulation of facts so tantamount, per his own admission, to his continued survival.

    If I were to be in fear of death re sharing same, the articulation thereof would be extremely succinct at the very least. His obvious lack of discernment re the crucial points he expounds with regard to their relationship to the actual on-the-ground in-your face reality of the polynomial curve we are all riding aka abrupt climate change is breathtaking.

    My point being: If you throw enough mud against a wall eventually some will stick. At this juncture of AGW with concomitant ACD the value of having the right questions far exceeds that of having some supposed answers which can only be confirmed via a glance in the rear view mirror.

    Me: Long time lurker since Age of Limits 2012. First time poster and now officially over daily posting limit waiting for some theoretical shoe to drop. I’ll take it!

    We cannot all do GREAT THINGS, but we can all do small things with GREAT LOVE.

    Namaste to all ….

  • My comment is on youtube just search Daniel Brooks extinction. What I think Daniel is failing to see is the mystery of our so called “essence”, this is clear when he states that “the very essence of our being will be lost” as if he or anyone else can know that.

  • Colin.

    When I studied Shakespeare as a teenager I was told that in tragedies the leading characters were agents of their own downfall. My dictionary doesn’t quite put it that way: ‘1 an event causing great suffering, destruction and distress. 2 a serious play with an unhappy ending, especially one concerning the downfall of the main character.’

    We all have our own perspectives.

    The pronouncements of so-called leaders are often comic but the consequences of policies pursued by them seldom are.

  • Mark,

    Pretty smooth interview, especially the Fukushima bit.

    While you weren’t exactly preaching the hopium party line, lots didn’t get said otherwise IMHO.

    For instance, warm weather all across the USA. Hardly any snow and ice anywhere … what’s with that?

    How about we go back and Booga Booga with Fukushima!

  • Fred thanks for your response. I admit I have had doubts about Mark’s posts in the past. I also concur with Gerald that some sound like computer speak. I however put this down to his years in the bureaucracy.
    He may be an attention seeking puff ball.
    I am prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt. He has passed the Lidia test after all.
    My point stands. We’re all fucked. In the meantime none of what Mark reports affects the rainfall here, the way my spuds or silver beet grow,or the fertility of my sheep, poultry or goats.
    Until you take back the land, all else is but vanity.

  • Climate Change Summary and Update appears to have disappeared. Anyone know something i don’t?

  • Neve mind, found it, different URL or something.

  • The world is at war. Not just the hot wars with guns, bombs and drones, but the myriad other wars waged across the globe on a daily basis – economic warfare, cultural warfare, ideological warfare, religious warfare, ecological warfare, etc.

    I sometimes wonder what goes through the victims’ minds as they are confronted by images of life elsewhere where things are still OK. Don’t they go: “well, at least you have that, you should be happy, why are you complaining?”, “If only we could switch places for a couple of days”, or, in a slightly resigned manner go: “this is my fate, yours seems better in some ways, I’d be grateful to have what you have”

    Let’s pause and do what billions around the world, and trillions of animals and plants wish we’d do more… say “thanks”.

    I Awaken Before Dawn
    by Helen Moore

    I awaken before dawn, go into the kitchen and fix a cup of tea.
    I light the candle and sit in its glow on the meditation cushion.
    Taking my cup in both hands, I lift it to my Lord and give thanks.
    The feel of the cup against my palms brings the potter to mind
    and I offer a blessing for his hands.

    I give thanks for the clay, the glaze and the kiln.
    I take a sip and follow the warmth into my body.
    I offer a blessing for those who brought electricity to my home,
    who dug the ditches for the lines,
    who built my home and put in the wires,
    who made my tea kettle and brought me water to fill it.

    I take a sip and bless the people in India or China who grew the tea,
    cultivated it, picked and dried the leaves, took it to market,
    handled it through the many transactions to bring it to my home.
    I take a sip and bless those people in Florida, California or Central America
    who grew the tree that blossomed into flowers.

    I give thanks for the warmth of the sun and the rain which turned the blossoms into lemons,
    and I bless the hands that picked the fruit, sorted it, touched it as it traveled from the orchard to my table.
    I take another sip and bless the hands of those who provided the sugar
    which sweetened the tea, harvested the cane, processed it,
    bagged it and sent it on its way to me.

    I take another sip and lift my cup in gratitude as I feel the interconnection of my body now with theirs,
    my blood now with theirs,
    my bones now with theirs,
    and my heart fills with love for all of creation.

    I give thanks.

    ———
    About the Author: Helen Moore teaches yoga with mind, body, and spirit, with an attitude of gratitude. She lives a simple life in Lexington, Virginia with her two small dogs, who awe her with their capacity for love and compassion every day.

  • Gerald Spezio et al,

    Not a perfect match/counterpoint to Patrick & Jane,
    but they brought it to mind.


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    kevin/colin,

    I was taught the same definition of ‘tragic’ as kevin was (at least as far as literature or drama were concerned). I recall ‘hubris’ being one of the more common personal characteristics of tragic figures.

    Whichever ‘tragic’ you prefer, I think tragicomic works pretty well.

  • Thanks Mark,just listened to podcast. Very confronting.Thanks for your honesty mate…really enjoy your posts.keep up the good work.

  • Fred, this is the funniest thing I read in a long time, thanks.

    “If I were to be in fear of death re sharing same, the articulation thereof would be extremely succinct at the very least. His obvious lack of discernment re the crucial points he expounds with regard to their relationship to the actual on-the-ground in-your face reality of the polynomial curve we are all riding aka abrupt climate change is breathtaking.”

    Everybody gets wrapped up in the Gordian Knots of sentence structures.
    lol, so I found this.

    7 Deadly Sentence Sins
    ———————-

    1. Thinks too much of itself. The UK satirical magazine, Private Eye runs a regular column lampooning the abuse of the word ‘solution.’ For example, Dow Corning’s “Innovative solutions for wound management,” which means “bandages.” This kind of word inflation devalues meaning and arouses the scepticism of readers.

    2. Is too clever by half. For some reason, people are afraid to write how they speak. They want to sound big, grown-up and clever. So they use big words and long sentences. For example, I was presented with this beauty at a school board meeting once: “the Governing Body are agreeing this budget as the financial mechanism to support the education priorities of the school as identified in the School Development Plan and will adhere to the best value principles in spending its school funding allocation.” It meant, “We approve the budget.”

    3. Gets hyped up. Press releases often include frankenquotes. These are made-up quotations that bear no resemblance to normal speech. For example: “Nortel has established a legacy in innovation and will continue to push the envelope…” Try saying that in a pub to your friends. See if they still listen to you afterwards. Or trust you.

    4. Tells lies. In the UK, journalists score low in public trust. Somewhere near politicians and spin doctors. However, good journalists are obsessive about research, accuracy, good reporting, details and, yes, truth. What works for newspaper stories also works for business communication.

    5. Ignores the reader. As a writer, the greatest skill is to think about what the reader needs to hear, not what you need to say. It takes an imaginative leap. For example, Google says “Please read this carefully, it’s not the usual yada, yada.” Microsoft says “This software is licensed under the agreement below.” Which one is more likely to be read?

    6. Needs to go on a diet. Most writing can be improved by liposuction. Consider the Gettysburg Address. Antoine de Saint-Exupery said it best: “A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” This is especially true when writing for the web, when you need to cut the word count by about 50 percent.

    7. Has no direction. My favourite tutor at Oxford told me that I had to take my essays and drive them like Ayrton Senna (a famous racing driver). Good writing has a strong purpose. Bad writing has either no direction or has too many.

    What I like about creative slipstream-of-thought writing for me is that when I start writing one thing, it morphs into something else usually completely by accident. cheers

  • Mark, I’m still not sure about you – it’s my spider senses and if people want to have an impression on me/make a case they need to provide some supporting evidence. It’s pretty easy with that internet thing. I do the research when I want to convince and so do most people including Guy. Check out his ongoing climate essay for how it’s done. Have you considered doing a similar essay? I believe it would be appreciated and help to organize your points and be a handy reference.

    I have no problem with the claims that a myriad of organizations have drawn up these plans and reports and presentations. It’s part of the western bureaucratic mindset and Americans are the biggest data junkies ever. I’m am not trying to suggest that there is not bad intent or that someone will give a green light to one of these deals, it’s just that nothing really works anymore or at least not very well. Corruption, bureaucratic bloat, carresim and incompetence tend to make me doubt that any of these highly complex schemes will be implemented or be successful. I’m including a good little primer article on failing bureaucracies by one of the few econ 101 priest that left the order and speaks out.

    The Lifecycle of Bureaucracy

    “But just as bureaucracies arise, they also ossify, devote their energy to self-preservation and then implode.”

    “At some point, the mission of the bureaucracy is completely lost, and the citizens’ patience with institutional incompetence and self-aggrandizement finally runs out. Although it seems “impossible” in an era where the Federal Reserve just conjures up $1 trillion and the Federal governments sells $1.3 trillion in bonds every year to fund its ballooning deficit, bureaucracies can and will implode.”

    http://www.oftwominds.com/blogdec10/lifecycle-bureaucracy12-10.html

  • THE CHINA SYNDROME

    Himalayan temperatures are warming 100% faster than earth at twice the average.

    China’s average temp rose 1.5°C in 100 years.

    Earth average temp rose 0.7°C in 100 years.

    China is heating 100% faster than earth at twice the average.

    50% of China’s rivers gone since 1990.

    75% of their lakes and rivers are poisoned.

    60% of their groundwater is poisoned.

    50% of their farm land is poisoned.

    China is poisoned, now they want Africa and Siberia.

    China now controls 75% of the world solar panel market.

    They ship these panels to deserts where people will soon run out of water.

    In 15 years 40% of humanity will be short of water.

    In 15 years 20% of humanity will be SEVERELY short of water.

    90% of earth’s farmland will be gone in 50 years.

    20,000,000 acres of forest loss per year on earth.

    6 new nuclear plants per year will be built in China until 2030.

    2,000 new coal plants worldwide by 2030.

    20,000,000 new cars per year sold in China.

    25,000,000 miles of new roads worldwide will be built in 15 years.

    50 years for 100% world renewable energy transition minimum.

    15 years for worldwide food, water and migration wars.

    30 years until runaway cascading mass extinction tipping point.

    50% of mega-cities are not suited for renewable energy because,

    50% of mega-cities face extreme weather, water, food dangers.

    If we don’t carbon price beef out of the market,

    life on earth will die and there will be no green energy future.

    It would seem that humanity will have to stop killing for money by issuing an open world e-currency based inversely on carbon emissions using James Hansen’s 100% private dividends tax with 0% for government. Bernie Sanders sponsored a bill, backed by Klein-McKibben, that would let government take 60% of that tax, which goes against the basic intent and premise of Hansen’s outstanding energy solution.

    A 100% private tax dividend would unite climate policy and libertarian ethics instead of the endless 360° circular bullshit we hear every day. We have absolutely no choice but to adopt nuclear power in order to expedite energy transformation. Ignoring nuclear energy will not clean it up. Taxes won’t clean it up, only market forces can. Energy for survival of the planet is NOT a menu item to pick and choose from. We backed the wrong nuclear horse in the 1950s and now we gotta clean it up, even if we fail.

    Smart grids in places like north America will cost trillions and take decades to build. Battery production alone will reach hundreds of millions of tons of materials.

    Kevin Anderson says the top 20% of society has to reduce energy demand and emissions 10% per year for 50 years to have a 50-50 for just a 2°C rise in temperature. Comparing tiny little countries like Denmark to the whole world is obscenely childish and self-serving. Nobody wants to fucking hear it, but without massive energy demand destruction, there will be no green energy revolution.

    There are about a half-dozen mega-cities that sit in major river delta valleys next to oceans. Many mega-cities have Typhoon and Monsoon seasons and are unsuited to renewable energy. Many Asian mega-cities have weeks long cloudy muggy windless days between mega-storms. Putting solar panels in Beijing and wind turbines in Miami is a colossal waste of resources and energy.

    We are in an energy trap, soon to be compounded by a water and food trap while the world spends about 3 trillion bucks per year on killing machines. We don’t have 5 years like the eco-whores at COP21 say. In 2007 the IPCC told us we have to peak emissions by 2015. We did nothing to peak emissions during that time, so in 2014 they said we have until 2030 to peak emissions if we pretend we can grow crop energy in times of water and food shortages. Now, I like to do drugs and I only cut grass for a living, but if that is not fucked up, nothing is. I think being overpaid and underworked fucks you up no matter if you live in a bank tower or ivory tower.

    We sent all our jobs to China and in 30 years we will have to ship all our new solar panels and wind turbines from there again while we dance in the moonlight of a post-industrial paradise wilh rainbow ponies and unicorns. Shyaw!

    You may wonder how I know all this? It’s because I live in Canada and my dog has an alien e.s.p. connection I can only hear when hungover,
    or you may check the links…

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/12052582/Even-if-the-global-warming-scare-were-a-hoax-we-would-still-need-it.html

    http://www.nature.com/news/talks-in-the-city-of-light-generate-more-heat-1.19074

    http://canadians.org/node/6925

    The Final Countdown from collapse

  • ‘Suspension of disbelief’ is a time honored way to grapple w/ fictitious narratives and characters, although … ( hint, hint ) a coherent thread or two somewhere in the mix is useful for the earnest listener/reader in the audience … who, while not on stage herself, becomes a performer too, a juggler of a sort, simultaneously keeping the entertainment and the over-arching reality separate yet moving together & flowing , knowing the difference & appreciating the interplay.
    Until the balls start dropping because you flinch, or in this case winced too much. Me, I’m gonna’ practice w/ rolled -up socks for awhile ( they don’t bounce so far… ) before I buy a ticket to another of Mr. Austin’s improvs.

    We never know what a person has truly experienced in life or is going thru , either. Good holidays to all.-JJ ( Detroit …really ! )

  • John A … So, it’s not just me!

    Gerald … Having read your comments in this forum for quite some time now, I am deeply relieved that you are in agreement with me re this. Your clarity and depth of understanding with regard to nearly all topics discussed here and your comments re such have always been well thought out and quite incisive.

    44 south ….”We’re all fucked. In the meantime none of what Mark reports affects the rainfall here, the way my spuds or silver beet grow, or the fertility of my sheep, poultry or goats. Until you take back the land, all else is but vanity.”

    Touche’ 44 south! Couldn’t agree with you more!

    As a small scale organic farmer in Georgia I first began to notice the effects of abrupt climate change with regard to my crop production in 2012. Now, I am working 10 times harder to grow half as much. Simply attempting to grow turnips has become a lesson in futility with the result of numerous attempts at same all ending in abject failure.

    “Profit”?

    Were I to take into consideration the amount of my labor involved in terms of time and energy invested with this farming endeavor/fiasco, my success would be outstripped by that of the lowliest beggar on the streets of Calcutta.

    As regards estimates of the NTHE timeline … “2028/2030”? HAH!!!

    On the ground here I would seriously have to say 2016/2017 is ‘in the bag’.

    Robert …. I am delighted that you experienced no small amount of amusement with regard to my sentence structure and heartily thank you for the ‘7 Deadly Sins’ advice given. This having been said however, and of course, taking into consideration the sheer quantity of your verbose activity in this forum, I am a bit surprised you had not actually also commented upon the actual content of my amusing comment.

    Perhaps a careful reread of what I had said may be of help, without at the same time occupying your mind with the framing of a witty response while doing so. Mind multitasking has never worked for me btw.

    Alas! Back to the turnip field for this ole’ farmer, for a profound writer such as yourself I shall never be.

    Namaste to all on this Christmas Eve. ( I have NEVER been PC btw)

  • Non-burn (unclassified) trash at DARPA perhaps may incltude the wildest of fantasies. In formats and with references that validate their DARPA associations. Anyone with an opportunity to rummage through that trash may look quite informed and authoritative.

  • The world is in permanent war. There is no WWIII to come. It is here and rife. There is no telling how many bombs, rockets, grenades, pistols, rifles, AK-47s… go off every damn second.

    Meanwhile, in the U.S., one can turn on any one of the MSM outlets, especially ABC, Good Morning America, and you will witness an insane dance of giddiness and happy feet that you know is forced. The participants must take lessons in clowning around with emphasis on smilin’, jokin’, dancing moves and OMGs. These people are trapped and have to do what the bosses command. I wonder how they will cope when the power goes off? Will they believe it? Will they press on like good soldiers? How long will it take for them to realize it’s over? Surely, some of them are trembling behind their masks.

    Not long ago I realized that the dictators (leaders) of this world will divide up the planet into maybe 5 distinct areas. De-population will commence beyond/with war. The bio-wars make total sense to me AND knowing that the USA has a Senator Richard Lugar (fake) animal ‘health’ project as part of the vast bio clandestine effort of the military establishment, I believe Mark. He has been vetted (wudn’t u like to know)also as being a sensitive and creative individual that is to be trusted. What government consultant has sailed the Pacific and worked as a Ranger in Costa Rico where infanttyrone lives? Plus, his family is/was part and parcel of the power structure of this fucked-up country. Not his fault! He is doing his part to try to help this poor, poor, unlucky with little love remaining, planet.

    I heard in Mark’s voice a sincerity that is missing from all the other pundits of profit. People that do not notice these intuitive hints and speak with pornographic and higher up muckity muck language are the problem. Besides, what the hell difference does it make now?????

  • thanx Fred, can’t stop framing.

    China Will Destroy Earth Selling Sustainability from DieOff

  • Take care when analyzing climate and weather events, because like trees in a damaged forest, they are part of a damaged system (The Damaged Global Climate System – 4).

  • Fred & John A; based on what you have said so far, you may find yourselves nodding in agreement with this seminal piece from Marvin Harris.

    I read it in Dec. 1986, & I have been an accolyte ever since.

    Since Harris was teaching nearby at U. of Florida, I visited & spent two hours with him.

    Every day I bless my lady friend, who bought his book as a gift to me.

    As good a science lesson as I ever had.

    http://sustainedaction.org/Explorations/critique_of_phenomenology%20as%20obscurantism.htm

  • Mark Austin & Fred ridiculous this stuff you are talking about was all played and acted out in a short time period somewhere in the early 2000`s in very unsuccessful B-Hollywood movies so bad they all had negative earnings and today you can`t even find them in free pirated download places … That Bad . I know you are yearning back for your fuzzy feeling childhood christmas experiences but these are not those you gotta go further back for those . I am not mush of a romantix and don`t give a shit about xmax but now that you have reminded me i might just going to watch terminator thats definitely a more believable story than your china army depopulating the Us and Canada and Europe what a joke . On top of that Mr Schwarzenegger is an enviromentalista . I cant fathom why would these idiocies being featured on NBL radio but i guess sometimes you just got to go crazy and have crazy ideas presented for a change . Maybe next year i can be featured i will speak about the hazards of alien anal rectal probing its dangers and pleasures

  • @Tim

    Thank you tritium

    For our warm and Merry Christmas

  • The largest natural gas leak ever recorded is ongoing now in Aliso Canyon near Los Angeles.

    It is releasing 36 TONS of deadly methane per hour or 864 TONS per day.

    At its peak in late November the leak was releasing more than 50 TONS per hour.

    If you search, there are several videos available showing the actual leaking methane gas using newly developed sophisticated photography.

    It’s the climate change equivalent of adding 7 million cars to the road.

    Huge gas leak undermines California’s climate change plans.
    View on http://www.csmonitor.com

  • Hello dear ones,
    “Marco” is not “a computer program”. He looks just like his pictures and sounds just like his recorded voice on Guy’s show.

    I can’t say that he passed a “test” of mine, because I didn’t subject him to any test, other than thinking it would be unlikely for him to’ve shown up in middle-of-nowhere VT if he hadn’t been traveling for the publicly-announced decommissioning work to which he referred. I *think* he is sensitive and creative, like shep says.. but I have to admit that I also find some of his comments confusing.

    I can only imagine that—dealing with so much .gov craziness and so many Chinese boxes—a degree of discombobulation is understandable. What I don’t understand is why he has signed on to this GMO project in FLA, since he said himself these entities and projects are run and staffed by lunatics. Maybe he’s a lunatic, too 🙂 or maybe the money is just too good to turn down. At any rate, I found him to be a nice guy, and I wish him the best.


    Signing off for a bit.. I just want to draw the blinds and open a bottle of scotch.. can’t bear to look outside. It’s 68°F here in VT, on Christmas Eve. Very cloudy and muggy, with big gusts of wind.. you can feel puffs of hot air coming down from the sky.

    Was out on my bike to drop off some mail.
    Cretins in the street crowing that the weather is “GAW-geous!!”

  • Atmospheric CO2 23rd Dec: 402.65ppm, up 3.33 versus a year ago.

    WTI $38.07, Brent $37.87. Both 70-80 below ‘normal’.

    China gets Zimbabwe ultra-cheaply: ‘China was delighted it cost it only a $40 million debt write off to acquire its first official African colony.’

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-24/zimbabwe-becomes-beijings-first-official-african-colony-after-adoption-chinese-yuan

    ‘Just 19% of Americans say they can trust the federal government always or most of the time.’

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-24/faltering-faith-losing-hope-rising-charity-15-striking-findings-2015

    ‘A massive explosion has occurred at an industrial gas plant (owned by Inter Corp Oil) in the southeastern Nigeria town of Nnewi. Local media reports the blast occurred while a truck was discharging its contents, and the ensuing fireball has left over 100 people burned to death.’

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-24/dozens-killed-huge-nigeria-gas-plant-explosion

    ‘methane gas continues spewing, unchecked, into the air over southern California from a fractured well to an underground storage site — at such an alarming rate that low-flying planes have necessarily been diverted by the FAA, lest internal combustion engines meet highly volatile gas and, well, blow the entire area to hell.

    This is, indeed, the biggest environmental catastrophe since the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010; and for now, there is no way to stop it.’

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-24/unstoppable-california-gas-leak-now-being-called-worst-catastrophe-bp-spill

    SNAFU

  • “Meanwhile, in the U.S., one can turn on any one of the MSM outlets, especially ABC, Good Morning America, and you will witness an insane dance of giddiness and happy feet that you know is forced. The participants must take lessons in clowning around with emphasis on smilin’, jokin’, dancing moves and OMGs. These people are trapped and have to do what the bosses command. I wonder how they will cope when the power goes off? Will they believe it? Will they press on like good soldiers? How long will it take for them to realize it’s over? Surely, some of them are trembling behind their masks.”

    Brilliant!! Had me laughing too.

    “Was out on my bike to drop off some mail.
    Cretins in the street crowing that the weather is “GAW-geous!!”

    LOL. Yes, that should be difficult to take.

  • Lidia…your assessment of Mark as a genuine and concerned individual, was entirely what I meant by
    “passing the Lidia test”. My sympathies on living amongst idiots.
    A ” Lydia “,a maori solo mother, who has just left a rental I am unfortunate enough to have been maintaining for my old boss;has further eroded my faith in humanity, causing me much stress and ripping off the owner $1600 while he was grieving for his wife.

    Milly,who came into my life yesterday, is restoring my delight in having a good dog as a companion. A two year old black lab/beardie cross came via another solo mum who has done a fine job training her but is no longer able to keep her.

    Xmas day here, about to start on drinking and lunch. Dan Fogelberg’s” same old lang syne” is my music choice for you all up there. Best to all.

  • WREN, HENRY, 44 South & Shep – Thanks for each of you understanding that being an analyst & dealing with safety contracts is not that big a deal. Sorry other people make things up because I never once said I was a big deal. Snowden was also only a contractor. None of us public servants get an special treatment for anything.

    BOB S. – I trained to explain that my opinion about any nuclear issue is probably too radical from birth & family politics. Personally, I’d say things much too dire about Fukishima. The NCR does not.

    I paid attention to powerful people when I had the opportunity to be around them. I said I looked into bio-terror, genetic virus release plans only as a side issue. I specifically said it is only something to add to Guy’s excellent coverage of everything else he includes that could happen along the road to NTE.

    APNEAMAN – thank you for the suggestions above. I doubt I will ever speak or write again, except maybe about some specific recycling issue when I return to being a volunteer Park Ranger in Costa Rica.

    FRED – Work reports get fixed, improved & reviewed by staff. I’m on my own sharing here and I apologize that I don’t do it with endless re-write effort. I have never spoken publicly. Did it only because I like Guy. I was his student. Lidia’s summary of me is probably better than I know myself – certainly I can see many more things wrong about how I speak & write.

    Hopefully JOSH will do something nice like plant a tree. Anything you can do on a small scale to temporarily help nature. Lot’s of real smoke and Forest fires out there. I bet CALLANGHAN can give us a cut down Christmas tree count. Many people like KEVIN MOORE give us constructive up-dates. THANKS to all comments trying to contribute like DREDD.

    M. Mann; Let’s summarize. We’re already close to 1.2C net warming for the Northern Hemisphere relative to a true pre-industrial baseline. If we were to suddenly halt all fossil fuel burning (and other human activities generating carbon emissions), then greenhouse warming would cease [interestingly, this is actually a consequence of two offsetting factors: there is future warming in the pipeline owing to the slow response of ocean warming to greenhouse gases, the so-called ‘committed warming.’ Offsetting this potential for additional future warming, however, is the fact that the ocean begins to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere, lowering CO2 concentrations. Recent work has argued that these two factors essentially cancel]. However, we would see another ~0.5C warming owing to the disappearance of sulphate pollutants, yielding 1.2C+0.5C = 1.7C total warming, perilously close to the 2C limit.

    So what’s the bottom line? Well, we’re actually closer to the dangerous 2C warming mark than many experts acknowledge…or closer to ETYEREPETYERE with an illegal alien scope! Happy adult toys to all on this childish planet. Now Robin Datta can go be mean to some janitor or park ranger picking up trash. Robin is a superior doctor – critical of the staff. Gerald will deny it all, is it even possible the airline industry did invent Chemtrail videos to distract from actual CONTRAIL carbon in the air??????????

  • SHEP – You are so kind. Thanks again as the Pope reminded us this might be a final Christmas for many. (I don’t approve of the Pope.) You know I’m just trying to use a reference from some source that probably knows much more than me or Guy.

    SHEP said: “The bio-wars make total sense to me AND knowing that the USA has a Senator Richard Lugar (fake) animal ‘health’ project as part of the vast bio clandestine effort of the military establishment, I believe Mark. He has been vetted (wudn’t u like to know)also as being a sensitive and creative individual that is to be trusted. What government consultant has sailed the Pacific and worked as a Ranger in Costa Rico where infanttyrone lives? Plus, his family is/was part and parcel of the power structure of this fucked-up country. Not his fault! He is doing his part to try to help this poor, poor, unlucky with little love remaining, planet.

    I heard in Mark’s voice a sincerity that is missing from all the other pundits of profit. People that do not notice these intuitive hints and speak with pornographic and higher up muckity muck language are the problem.”

    44 South – it’s 7pm on the East Coast of the USA. Gotta go drink Egg Nog (Yes,with Rum please) and try not to be a “computer program” as I humanely cry over destruction to Earth in gift wrapped crap from China. Who needs bio when we already pay China to produce so much plastic!

    LIDIA — ho ho ho, why do I do GMO? I really don’t know. Sort of like I’m in a halfway program. Half way to Rica!

    LOVE to all from my very bad B-movie escape. Lunatic’s will run the asylum till the way ARTLEADS described – they will stand before the dead TV cameras. Masks melting in the NYC heat. Everyone in the hot seat for trying to mask it as El Santo. !!!!!! let it Flow.

  • For 3 days he just sat on top of a moss covered rock outcropping looking into my studio window. By the time I could get outside he would be gone. I think he had been running with coyotes, since I heard them yip and howl the very night before he showed up. I started leaving food out. And water. He looked to be part freckled hound, part akita with the wrinkled brow and curled tail. Finally he allowed me to approach him. He knew no commands, had never worn a collar, was bewildered by the tennis ball. But he took me for a walk in the woods, and I have never seen a dog that could climb a rock face better than he could. At the top, he would scan for prey. He looked quite noble, and in a better world, I would’ve kept him on his own terms, but a neighbor threatened to call animal control, so I had to bring him in to the plush shelter in the next town. The look of betrayal in his eyes broke my heart. Hopefully he will find the home he deserves.

    Strangely warm here too, full moon.
    A juniper berry toast to all, and a special toast to Mark and 44 south and his new dog.

  • Attempting to accommodate a perception of an insular realm of extreme wealth and power is an act of cognitive dissonance. It forces us to accept that our worldview has been completely limited by our lived experience. It forces us to accept that we have most likely spent our life not only foolishly projecting our perception of reality, but our value system as well unto a wholly indifferent class oriented culture.

    It is of little wonder that many of us struggle to wrap our minds around macro geo-political events, given we are separated by any number of degrees from those making decisions to decimated entire countries, peoples and history itself.

    If you are unable to accept that there are concealed plans that you have no awareness of, it probably has far more to do with your lack of imagination, than your presumed ability to know the unknowable.

  • @Tim

    Let’s not be holding our breaths waiting on warmer oceans
    to be absorbing more CO2.

    Not that we’ons would have time for that anyway,

    Because Fukushima is evaporating k-tons of tritium waste daily.

    How about a warmer planet for Christmas!

    And New Year!

  • As far as I’m aware, there are very few individuals we can look to for help in coming to terms with something like NTE. In my opinion, here is one of those few. Hat tip to Infantyrone for the reminder.

    Distance yourself from sobriety and give it a listen…..

  • Ah ah
    Something ain’t right
    I’m gonna get myself
    I’m gonna get myself
    I’m gonna get myself connected

    I ain’t gonna go blind
    For the light which is reflected
    I see through you, I see through you
    I see through you, I see through you
    Your dirty tricks, you make me sick

    I see through you, I see through you
    I’m gonna do it again, I’m gonna do it again
    Ah ah, you gotta do right
    ‘Cause something ain’t right
    You gotta do right, come on

    If you make sure you’re connected
    The writing’s on the wall
    But if your mind’s neglected
    Stumble you might fall
    Stumble you might fall
    Stumble you might fall

    Ah ah
    Ain’t gonna go blind
    I see through you, I see through you
    I see through you, I see through you
    I’m gonna get myself
    I’m gonna get myself
    I’m gonna get myself connected
    I ain’t gonna go blind
    For the light that is reflected

    Hear me out
    Can you hear me out
    Can you hear me out
    Do it again, do it again
    Do it again, do it again

    I wanna do it again
    I wanna do it again
    I wanna do it again

    You terrified
    Ain’t gonna go blind
    Ain’t gonna go blind
    Here we go

    If you make sure you’re connected
    The writing’s on the wall
    But if your mind’s neglected
    Stumble you might fall
    Stumble you might fall
    Hear me out
    Stumble you might fall

    Interstate 5, stayin’ alive
    Won’t someone try, open up your eyes
    You must be blind if you can’t see
    The gaping hole called reality

    Wanna do it again
    I gonna gonna do it again
    I wanna do it again
    Come on, I’m gonna do it again
    Hear me out, terrified
    Somethin’ ain’t right
    Here we go

    If you make sure you’re connected
    The writing’s on the wall
    But if your mind’s neglected
    Stumble you might fall
    Stumble you might fall
    Stumble you might fall

  • Your construction
    Smells of corruption
    I manipulate to recreate
    This air to ground saga
    Gotta launder my karma
    I said hallelujah to the sixteen loyal fans
    You’ll get down on your mothafuckin’ knees
    And it’s time for your sickness again
    Come on and tell me what you need
    Tell me what is making you bleed
    We got two more minutes and
    We gonna cut to what you need
    So one of six so tell me
    One do you want to live
    And one of seven tell me
    Is it time for your mothafuckin’ ass to give
    Tell me is it time to get down on your mothafuckin’ knees
    Tell me is it time to get down
    I’m blown to the maxim
    Two hemispheres battlin’
    I’m blown to the maxim
    Two hemispheres battlin’
    Suckin’ up, one last breath
    Take a drag off of death

  • Trying again…

  • Gerald Spezio Says:
    December 24th, 2015 at 10:11 am
    Fred and Jon A …
    ===================================
    Great link to the writing of Prof. Martin.

    “Obscurantism” is a two-edged sword.

    The propagandists who practice it become more demented the more they use it.

    Especially government and epigovernment users.

    That is why they do not recognize the real enemy, and therefore have no defenses against that enemy (Why The Military Can’t Defend Against The Invasion).

    Denial is one of the dynamics at play when an entity does not recognize itself as its own worst enemy.

    Denial develops the absence of a defense.

    Due in substantial part to the absence of wisely acknowledgning the threat.

    Typically, transference, in the form of deflection by blaming a straw-man enemy, welcomes the invasion by the real enemy.

    There is an old joke about that: “Why did the Poles Americans allow the NAZI invasion? … because the invaders walked in backwards leading the Poles Americans to think they were leaving.”

  • GS Says:
    December 24th, 2015 at 10:11 am
    Fred and Jon A …
    ===================================
    Great link to the writing of Prof. Martin.

    “Obscurantism” is a two-edged sword.

    The propagandists who practice it become more demented the more they use it.

    Especially government and epigovernment users.

    That is why they do not recognize the real enemy, and therefore have no defenses against that enemy (Why The Military Can’t Defend Against The Invasion).

    Denial is one of the dynamics at play when an entity does not recognize itself as its own worst enemy.

    Denial develops the absence of a defense.

    Due in substantial part to the absence of wisely acknowledgning the threat.

    Typically, transference, in the form of deflection by blaming a straw-man enemy, welcomes the invasion by the real enemy.

    There is an old joke about that: “Why did the Poles Americans allow the NAZI invasion? … because the invaders walked in backwards leading the Poles Americans to think they were leaving.”

  • Mark Austin Says:
    December 23rd, 2015 at 7:47 am
    I said H1N1 wrong on the show with Mike. U.S. Supreme court chief Justice William Renquist joined our team for a walk around the Tidal Basin in the spring of 2012 to help us make a very senesitive decision on releasing that info being bemanded by the Freedom of Information act.

    “I sounded really nervous talking for the first time ever about my work.”

    I can understand why. Who wouldn’t fear a government so powerful that it can bring to life a Supreme Court Justice to life after seven years. Rehnquist died in 2005.

  • Enjoy your holiday this week. Be mindful of the full moon today – it may be the last we ever view on Christmas (next scheduled one being in 2034).

    Murre die-off around Kachemak Bay in the thousands
    http://www.alaskapublic.org/2015/12/23/murre-die-off-around-kachemak-bay-in-the-thousands/

    Thousands of dead fish found on beach in Western Australia
    http://www.sott.net/article/309156-Thousands-of-dead-fish-found-on-beach-in-Western-Australia

  • “Who wouldn’t fear a government so powerful that it can bring to life a Supreme Court Justice to life after seven years.”

    A few similarly egregious errors that would be obvious to someone with a medical background.

  • Woke up today listening to NPR and heard this: “A brand new Chinese ship has been delivered that can hold 18,000 containers for ONE voyage.” Oh, Goody!

    More capitalist stuff is on the way. Yeaaaa, and damn the law of diminishing returns. One of the first things I learned in school.

    Christmas day 2015. Here, we have had constant rain for about 10-15 days and more on the way. We have more worms, slugs, ants, & flying lady-bugs than I have ever, ever seen. Also, the trees(pines) have white mold on them so they will probably not last too long.

    We’re done and not too soon. Let the de-population commence! Bring on the Soylent green. Let me sleep in peace, forever, and soon.

  • I wonder if someone would read this article and explain to me what it says?

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/12/25/physics-unhinged-2/

  • @ Fred
    When i have been listening to this latest NBL radio show i actually fell asleep and when i woke up it was still on but around the end not enough anymore to really get a complete picture and still drowsy but i had some recollections of it and my mind said .. WTF ?! it said that loud and clear ..The voice in my head .. No no not the kind of voice in you head driving you to suicide killing your wife and kids after you have finished the mother in law of .. Just a kinda clean rational voice saying out loudly WTF ???!!! Maybe this was a show intended for April 1st and since industrial civilization is bound to collapse they played it now .. Must be that
    It is also ridiculous that when you finally finished to write down your story and getting ready to post it it expires already and you have to reloop it another time to be able to post it … this is not right this way a waste of time and effort for everyone of us it was right before .. why change shit working fine ???!!!

    yes FUCK to your

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  • @shep

    Tis the season for science fiction.

    Miles Mathis web paper below critiques a similar fiction in
    Huff Post from a couple of years ago.

    http://www.tuks.nl/Mirror/milesmathis_com/huff.pdf

  • @RE
    I will make a donation on the diner when i am not being censored on it at most of the time remember Re
    “the truth doesn`t needs your approval . The truth can stand on its own ”
    But if you are trying to suppress it it will have consequences for you .. here it means No Donation .. Thank yourself and your Faschisty attitude

    and fuck your
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  • East Coast Celebrates Christmas With Warmest Weather On Record (and an explanation for shep’s wetness)

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-25/east-coast-celebrates-christmas-warmest-weather-record

  • Haven’t seen anyone post. About as depressing as it gets, electricity for mining operations …

    http://www.desmog.ca/2015/12/18/photos-destruction-peace-river-valley-site-c-dam

  • Something else to keep an eye on. Not quite there yet but Arctic sea ice is currently on track to generate a record seasonal low.

    https://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/

  • If cretins would press the recycle button before entering the CAPTCHA, there wouldn’t be a problem.

  • Relatives Gather From Across The Country To Stare Into Screens Together

    http://www.theonion.com/article/relatives-gather-from-across-the-country-to-stare–34842

  • Interesting read –

    Data or Dogma? Promoting Open Inquiry in the Debate over the Magnitude of Human Impact on Earth’s Climate

    David W Titley, Rear Admiral USN (Ret.), Ph.D.

    Professor of Practice and Director, Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk
    The Pennsylvania State University

    Briefing to the United State Senate Subcommittee on Space, Science and Competitiveness

    http://www.commerce.senate.gov/public/_cache/files/48eb074b-28d5-483f-9824-2650ddbf36ce/0DB035DB53AABC074040069FC10FA827.dr.-david-titley-testimony.pdf

  • “Traditional risk planning takes the chance or probability of an event and multiplies it by the impact.”…so it is always a guess and someone is able to change the ‘risk planning’ based on sheer means.

  • means = meanness – damn spell checker

    I’m not a cretin – it works – if someone teaches you that fact

  • http://www.truthdig.com/avbooth/item/video_ralph_nader_on_the_corporate_elections_20151223

    VIDEO: Ralph Nader on the Corporate Elections

    In this video, Abby Martin interviews legendary activist Ralph Nader about who has power in America and about the 2016 presidential race—from the “brownshirt” Trump movement to “corporate criminal” Hillary Clinton.

  • The unusually warm weather in the atmosphere is only ~7% of the story, since ~93% of the warming is going into the oceans (Watch The Ice Shelves – 2).

    It is doing more dangerous things there.

  • TOM,

    Ralph Nader is a extremely decent, honest, intelligent and frank person.

    Thank you for the video. Nice to see he is still throwing clear verbal punches however meaningless. (Obviously, he would have made a huge difference, IF, he had been in the debate.) I’ve frankly stopped watching anything anymore because it is useless.

    These days, I worry about whether or not I’m going down, before or after, my precious emotion-filled animals. Which is better for THEM? Certain humans have crushed my heart. They are all cowards and bullies and yet so few of them. It is impossible that this shit has occurred since the beginning of time.

  • Thanks shep. i hear ya on the animal situation. i’m noticing it in the plants and bushes now too (not to mention the trees that are really in bad shape).

    https://rt.com/usa/327136-tornado-hits-alabama-birmingham/

    Christmas tornado pounds Birmingham, Alabama, weather havoc rages on

    The tornado left a path of destruction in its wake, with trees torn down and people trapped in damaged houses.

    http://thenewdaily.com.au/news/2015/12/26/bushfires-victoria-great-ocean-road-christmas/

    Bushfires update: 116 homes lost in Victoria

    Residents return to their properties as authorities warn blaze could burn for weeks.

  • @ EtyerePetyere- ‘Maybe this was a show intended for April 1st and since industrial civilization is bound to collapse they played it now.. ‘

    Most sensible hypothesis ! – J.J.

    (Other than the low % chance the heavy-lifters( people who actually do the work… ) at NBL ( Guy & Mike ) have a friendly bet going … I dunno’… something like ‘Do ya’ think many of these poster/ commenters are paying any attention to our podcasts ?’…)

  • Thank you Mark Austin for your courage!

    Credit goes to you since, despite your white-male, son-of-a-congressman privilege, and not great spelling skills as Fred so rudely pointed out (who loses all credibility with this sentence re Spezio: “Your clarity and depth of understanding with regard to nearly all topics discussed here and your comments re such have always been well thought out and quite incisive.” Spezio having been banned regularly for bigoted, anti-semetic, sexist comments), you, Mark, bring to us the evidence that the Powers That Be are truly mentally ill, as diagnosed accurately by the DSMIV under 301.7 Antisocial Personality Disorder describing in detail the psychosis of their mental illness and why it is so damn easy for them to steal from us, hurt us, and even murder us en masse.

    Phew! Now THAT’s a run-on sentence loaded with info!

    Despite what many think, Humans are basically good, the ones, that is, who aren’t mentally ill with Antisocial Personality Disorders, aka psychopaths and sociopaths.
    For too long we’ve let the Psychos run the show, the Columbuses, the Andrew Jacksons, the Hitlers, the Bushes, the Trumps of the world. We’ve rejected our natural state of Anarchy (personal responsibility as adult humans) and embraced infantilization! Always wanting a psycho dad to tell us what to do. “You must through this cancer xray scanner to get on the plane.” Etc.

    Never forget that, and never let a psycho tell you right from wrong, nor let him or her run for office (Trump and Clinton, et al)
    Or that will be the end of us all.

    Oh, right. Too late. We’re done. Say your goodbyes everyone. Sooner than expected.

    Guy, you will always be the most precious truth teller. Thank you for giving up everything for us to know the truth. Your former student Mark learned well from you.

    <3

    For a transcript of the radio interview go here: https://youtu.be/eWVCCstxGds

  • For the full DSMIV
    http://justines2010blog.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/dsm-iv.pdf

    The psycho page starts on 645

    Also the CAPTCHA error thingy? It took me a few seconds to write this and ERROR TIMEOUT. hmmm you might want to fix that.

  • L.J. Davis’s “The Encyclopedia of Insanity” is here, & it’s too good to miss.

    Absolutely brilliant.

    http://www.astraeasweb.net/politics/dsmiv.html

  • Greeting cards have all been sent
    Xmas rush is through.
    Citizens keep shopping.

  • The level of insanity continues to increase:

    ‘….the road toll was well up on last year.

    “We’re around about 30 more than this time last year, so that’s quite horrific in its own right. These things can change very quickly – around three weeks ago we were 17 more and all of a sudden it’s blown up to around 30, 32, so it’s really, really disappointing.

    “People’s driving behaviour has not been safe. Some families have already had their Christmas holiday ruined by these tragedies.

    “We’ve had over 200 crashes throughout New Zealand since our holiday period began. Many of these have been minor incidents like nose-to-tails where police don’t attend, but a few have been serious crashes and obviously these latest ones have been deadly.”

    http://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/drivers-need-to-be-patient-police/ar-BBnVqL9?ocid=spartandhp

    (Fuel recently went down in price again, further incentivizing consumption.)

    Unseasonably warm and dry here at the moment, with no significant rain forecast.

    Getting increasingly ‘interesting’.

  • Some good news if you are don’t live in water.

    Atmospheric CO2 on 25th Dec 2015: 401.66ppm, up ‘only’ 2.47 on a year ago.

  • Damn it Gerald, that’s an awful lot of words to say what my Northern English brethren have always known…
    “there’s nowt so queer as folk”

    Milly has fleas/flea allergy. Any dog minders had success with more natural treatments?
    Apple cider vinegar is my next attempt.

  • kevin: well, thank goodness for THAT! i’m glad it wasn’t 74.2 at this point, and yes “interesting” as we watch it all spin madly out of control over the coming months.

    Gerald and Robin: that was great, thanks for the link.

    Pauline: nice to hear from you again!

  • I would be amazed if they were not having think tanks on bio weapons.The only problem is the secrecy. I see Chernobyl is getting new dome because old one is falling apart and would explode radiation into air again.Dam! I was down to 967 years before I could eat European olive oil again without fear of ingesting radioactive particles.I hope you are all enjoying your corporate holidays. Get your ass to them stores and buy buy buy then CEO’s can give themselves another raise and afford golden taps for the on-suite.
    I have started new religion basically global warming will only be bad for others and I and my followers will on experience the good warming.I’m a man and so this will be a male dominated religion . Woman will wear less cloths because of the heat ,beaches everywhere. Sorry but that’s as much as I have come up with and will plagiarize other religions to fill in around that statement. I also need a name for it.Heavens warmers, beachianity. working on it.

  • “Connecting the Dots: from Methane to NTHE
    Jennifer Hynes, As One Living in View of Extinction”

    I hope somebody sent this to the White House.

  • Arctic Ice

    Interesting warm intrusions up north. Recent post towards bottom of page.
    http://forum.arctic-sea-ice.net/index.php/topic,1112.1050.html

    merely a model of Dec. 29 but . . . http://forum.arctic-sea-ice.net/index.php/topic,1112.1050.html

    2016 might be a lot like 2012 up north. Well,off to ice skate outdoors (finally) 140 meters south.

  • WILLIAM REHNQUIST was alive and ruled upon the 2002 http://www.syngentabiotech.com & http://www.syngenta.com Supreme Court case. Do your homework, William Rehnquist was most certainly alive and ruled on Syngenta after deliberations in 2002.

    Former rulings about Bio-technology effect cases today. Cover pages to reports are not Top Secret. The contents inside are. Please write a comment here (in one paragraph) covering over 600 pages of sub-factors, side-opinions, uncertainty & every possible element. Better yet, cover it all in a few minutes talk. Provide links, reasonable evidence for further research & do not make any mistakes ever.

    Obviously Guy’s site is loaded with people planted here trying to discredit his effort. They offer nothing for the SAFETY & CONCERN of others

    *** PAULINE Thank you so much for being a reasonable person ***
    I do not have any help or back-up assistance here except mean people claiming slight problems with the size of the holes we measured in the lifeboats!!!!!!!!!

    Luckily most deniers on NBL will die in really horrible blood vomiting ways because http://www.globalbiodefense.com knows that all interactions with you are the exact reason some innocent people will also suffer Biowarfare. Very sorry to many people but there are plenty of examples here why any military should rid the Earth of North American consumers first. Your killing over 100 (possibly 200) species per day. I vote for dep-pop as soon as every back-up factor is in place by systems that are much more complex than your shallow denial can fathom.

    Beijing (AFP) French Reporter Threatened by Chinese leaders. (She received hundreds of death threats this week for speaking against Chinese National Pride & prosperity.)

    Due to pressure, I will call into Guy & Mikes the radio show to apologize to The People’s Republic of China. I have been treated well during my visits to Beijing. The USA should not interfere with the South China Seas territory, which should not be disputed by Vietnam nor the Philippines.

    For the first time in military history, Chinese Army delegations are now stationed at American bases for peaceful & cooperative biological emergency training procedures. Chinese nationals studying Nuclear Physics in many American Universities are our allies in developing better safeguards for Nuclear power stations.

    The United States of America cares about protecting all resources, especially our greatest treasure which are our human resources & armed service members.

    The USA is in full accordance with the 1925 Geneva convention. The publication of the past 239 bio-test cases, conducted until the Nixon administration, are proof of full disclosure & transparency. Actions conducted prior to and during the Nixon administration, do not occur in any territory today including our global partnership with South Korea.

    Mark Austin received dis-information about security measures he does not understand. Even if all the methane in the Russian Yagal peninsula were to erupt, it would only be equal the series of volcano’s currently erupting in Indonesia. Oil extraction is an important resource for the Russian economy which is linked to the global economy. Safe extraction methods must grow in order to supply global energy demands.

    Operation JADE HELM training exercises conducted in 2015 were only partially funded by the 5.6 Billion Anti-bioterror defense budget. Operation JADE HELM phase 2 will continue to follow all protocols of safe conduct in 2016.

  • Don’t be too angry Mark, most of your detractors have no idea how horrible their government has become.

    US Made ‘Cold War’ Plans Wipe Out Much of Planet’s Population

    http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2015/12/us-made-cold-war-plans-wipe-much-planets-population.html

    [begins]

    Given the US’s long history of wiping out huge numbers of people in the service of physical and hegemonic expansion, it may be unsurprising that the nation planned ‘a wholesale slaughter of much of the planet’s population’ during the Cold War, as newly declassified documents reveal.

    [quote]

    One of the authors of the Cold War nuclear bombing plans was Curtis Lemay, the war criminal notorious for massive bombings of Japanese population centers.
    [i wonder how he got into such an important position if he was such a “war criminal?”]

    [go ahead read the short article and then say it’s just made up]

    [“well, gee – i had no idea . . . “]

  • Ok time for some great guitar pickin’ and singin’.

    Notice how Ms Welch smiles so brightly with the clear as a bell intro notes. She is saying, “Now that’s some perfectly tuned notes.”

  • @ Mark Austin Says:
    December 23rd, 2015 at 7:47 am (<– NOTE the EARLIER date/time)

    "… I said H1N1 wrong on the show with Mike. U.S. Supreme court chief Justice William Renquist [sic] joined our team for a walk around the Tidal Basin in the spring of 2012 to help us make a very senesitive [sic] decision on releasing that info being bemanded [sic] by the Freedom of Information act. …

    @ Mark Austin Says:
    December 26th, 2015 at 5:36 pm

    WILLIAM REHNQUIST was alive and ruled upon the 2002 http://www.syngentabiotech.com & http://www.syngenta.com Supreme Court case. Do your homework, William Rehnquist was most certainly alive and ruled on Syngenta after deliberations in 2002.

    The above excerpts are direct copy/paste operations from the very first and latest comment (by the same relevant commentator) on this thread. Mr. Austin, PLEASE, do a MUCH better job at proof-reading before you click the [Submit Comment] button, or do a MUCH better job at “checking/confirming” your previous statements BEFORE posting “objections” to reactive comments. Personally, I don’t see where or how you comprehend the English language beyond about a 5th grade level or how/where you show ANY evidence of understanding mathematics (or science, in general) yet you CLAIM to have held more than a few “prestigious” positions, even though you are unable to demonstrate that you ACTUALLY “know” shit from shinola. Things that make me go, “Hmmm?”

    @ Tom Says:
    December 26th, 2015 at 6:22 pm

    Don’t be too angry Mark, most of your detractors have no idea how horrible their government has become.

    REALLY, Tom?!?! I’d thought you read “more closelier” than that. But, hey, we ALL err every now and then, just some more continuously than others.

    BTW, I really do NOT mean ANY offense to either of you, just, PLEASE, be MORE ATTENTIVE and CONSIDERATE… BEFORE posting ANY knee-jerk reactions. Of course, you can both consider me insane, pedantic, or whatever, I do NOT, when all is said and done, give a fuck.

  • Colin: i don’t either (hey we agree on something!), and i probably should have said “many” or even “some” in my sentence you quoted.

  • From Wikipedia:

    William Hubbs Rehnquist (October 1, 1924 – September 3, 2005) was an American lawyer, jurist, and political figure who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States and later as the 16th Chief Justice of the United States.

    “U.S. Supreme court chief Justice William Renquist [sic] joined our team for a walk around the Tidal Basin in the spring of 2012”

    By that time, he probably quit smelling bad.

  • @ Colin

    Thanx .. makes you wonder how that his (mark Austin) insane blabber can stay and me calling him mental (wich he truly is ) is being censored