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The Gaslighting of the Masses

All seeing Eye
© cjhopkins.substack.com
For students of official propaganda, mind control, emotional coercion, and other insidious manipulation techniques, the rollout of the New Normal has been a bonanza. Never before have we been able to observe the application and effects of these powerful technologies in real-time on such a massive scale.

In a little over two and a half years, our collective "reality" has been radically revised. Our societies have been radically restructured. Millions (probably billions) of people have been systematically conditioned to believe a variety of patently ridiculous assertions, assertions based on absolutely nothing, repeatedly disproved by widely available evidence, but which have nevertheless attained the status of facts. An entire fictitious history has been written based on those baseless and ridiculous assertions. It will not be unwritten easily or quickly.

I am not going to waste your time debunking those assertions. They have been repeatedly, exhaustively debunked. You know what they are and you either believe them or you don't. Either way, reviewing and debunking them again isn't going to change a thing.

Instead, I want to focus on one particularly effective mind-control technology, one that has done a lot of heavy lifting throughout the implementation of the New Normal and is doing a lot of heavy-lifting currently. I want to do that because many people mistakenly believe that mind-control is either (a) a "conspiracy theory" or (b) something that can only be achieved with drugs, microwaves, surgery, torture, or some other invasive physical means. Of course, there is a vast and well-documented history of the use of such invasive physical technologies (see, e.g., the history of the CIA's infamous MKULTRA program), but in many instances mind-control can be achieved through much less elaborate techniques.

Snowflake Cold

China Focus: Cold snap prompts northern cities to activate heating early

Workers monitor the operation of boilers at a heating company in Hohhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct. 10, 2022.
© Xinhua/Wang Zecong
Workers monitor the operation of boilers at a heating company in Hohhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct. 10, 2022.
A cold wave has driven down the temperature to minus 7 degrees Celsius these days in Mohe, China's northernmost city. However, local people don't mind the chill since the local authority started to activate the heating system a week ahead of the scheduled heating season.

With a new cold snap, sleet and light snow were forecast to hit Mohe on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. The daily low temperature would dip to minus 9 degrees Celsius on Sunday.

Xin Haiqi, workshop director of Mohe Huapeng Heating Co., Ltd., said the company has prepared sufficient coal reserves and can timely increase its heating supply in response to extreme weather to ensure residents a warm and comfortable indoor temperature in the upcoming winter.

The border city in Heilongjiang Province is one of China's coldest places in winter, where the heating period lasts up to eight months.


Over 4 feet of snowfall in the mountains of Uttarakhand, India

Every summer, thousands of devotees from all over the world go to Hemkunt Sahib, located at an altitude of 15,225 feet.

As Hemkund Sahib, one of the most revered Sikh shrines in Garhwal Himalayas, received fresh snowfall, the pilgrimage to the holy site was halted on Sunday, a day before the closing of its doors. Several videos have surfaced on social media that show a spectacular scene of the shrine enshrouded in a cover of snow.

Every summer, thousands of devotees from all over the world go to Hemkunt Sahib, located at an altitude of 15,225 feet. It has been visited by nearly two lakh devotees since its doors opened on May 22. The Gurudwara is located next to a lake, and it is said the 10th Sikh Guru, Gobind Singh, meditated there.

Snowflake Cold

Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: We have all been lied to, here is the truth

Snow covers a daffodil in Tekapo.
© George Empson
Snow covers a daffodil in Tekapo.

Looking at the state of our world, are the climate related disruptions the reason for the government events to distract from solar system cycles?

Comment: Freezing temperatures and spring snow hit South Island, New Zealand


Autumn snow blankets Arxan in China's Inner Mongolia

An autumn snow blankets parts of Arxan City in China's Inner Mongolia. Enjoy the bird's eye view of the wonderland.

Snowflake Cold

Freezing temperatures and spring snow hit South Island, New Zealand

Snow covers a daffodil in Tekapo.
© George Empson
Snow covers a daffodil in Tekapo.
Many parts of New Zealand woke to icy temperatures this morning, with parts of the South Island down to single digits as snow and southerlies settled in.

Snow has fallen in parts of the South Island and 1News has been sent pictures and video of snow falling in Methven and Tekapo in Canterbury.

MetService forecasts a further drop in temperatures overnight with most regions expected to experience the wave of unseasonable snow and cold weather.

MetService says the intense cold outbreak will spread northwards over the country today and on Thursday, bringing low snow to the South Island and the lower North Island.

Snowflake Cold

Higher reaches of Uttarakhand, India receive heavy snowfall

Darma Valley
Darma Valley
Pithoragarh (Uttarakhand) : The last outpost near the China border in the Darma Valley of Uttarakhand received the third snowfall of this season. As there has been more than one foot of snow here, the cold has increased in 14 villages of Darma valley and seven villages of Vyas valley in the high Himalayan region.

Arrow Down

'We own the Science' brags UN chief who works with Google to suppress climate skeptics

© Jens Protest against Google’s CCP-compliant-censorship in 2006
Once upon a time Google had the best search engine in the world but solo unfunded skeptics had all the fun and were outscoring the UN, academia, and official government sites.

So the UN stopped competing and just colluded with Google to rig the game:

Melissa Fleming: (Under-Secretary for Global Communications at the UN) "We partnered with Google. For example, if you Google 'climate change,' you will, at the top of your search, you will get all kinds of UN resources. We started this partnership when we were shocked to see that when we Googled 'climate change,' we were getting incredibly distorted information right at the top. So we're becoming much more proactive. We own the science, and we think that the world should know it, and the platforms themselves also do. But again, it's a huge, huge challenge that I think all sectors of society need to be very active in." (Full transcript here)

Naturally this bragging was at the World Economic Forum — the hippest conference-cum-holiday club that can be called a tax deduction for the uber-ultra-rich and their minion political puppets.

Where else could people say smug totalitarian lines with a straight face: "We Own The Science and we think the world should know it".

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Forget the blame game, Nordstream sabotage is about the Great Reset & nothing else

Last night it was reported that "blasts" had damaged both Nordstream pipelines that carry gas exported from Russia to Germany and other nations across northern Europe.

As a result, large amounts of natural gas were leaking into the Baltic sea, and supplies through the pipeline were completely shut off.

The alleged incident has caused a furious round of blame tennis, with accusations flying back and forth across what - for the sake of simplicity - we'll call Iron Curtain 2.0.

The European Union has claimed the pipes were "sabotaged", but doesn't directly blame anyone in their statement.

The Telegraph is already blaming actively the Russians, specifically Western Bogeyman President Vladimir Putin. Headlining "Why Putin would want to blow up Nord Stream 2, and the advantages it gives him"

On the flip side, the Russians have said the idea they would sabotage their own pipeline is "stupid"

Some Western alternate media have pointed to Joe Biden's vow to totally shut down Nordstream 2 back in February as a sign the US was behind the alleged attack.

The former Polish defence minister has come right out and said that NATO forces blew up the pipeline, according to Forbes.

The question - one it seems I keep asking the last two years - is "does it really matter?"


Beaufort and Mackenzie Deltas in Canada blanketed as snowfall warnings issued

© Eric Bowling/NNSL
A panorama of Inuvik taken earlier today showing how quickly the snow moved in.
Winter is here.

Snowfall began falling Monday evening, with snowfall warnings issued by Environment Canada for Fort McPherson and Tsiigehtchic on Sept. 26 and for Inuvik on Sept. 28.

"Snow will continue this evening before tapering off near midnight," said the notice from Environment Canada. " Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. Snowfall warnings are issued when significant snowfall is expected.

"Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NTstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #NTStorm."