"A Cooling Climate and the Collapse of the Confidence Game", from "Positive Changes That Are Occurring, the Statistics, July 2013 to July 2017", by Jeff Miller

The find of this article is that the word “coven”, (as in “witches coven”) is derived from the middle English word “covin”, which is, in turn, where the folks in charge got the name of their latest designer virus, “covid”.

The word “covin” means “fraud; deception”.

"A recent development in the mind control apparatus of the state is fake science terms that are more and more bizarre, almost like new Pharmaceutical names, such as “Entresto” and “Covid”. You know, “ bomb cyclone ”, “ rex block ”, “ polar vortex ”, things of that sort. The ruse is that there’s cutting edge science that you aren’t aware of that ‘explains everything’. And the mouth-breathing masses eat it up, because the subconscious of many or most readers will grasp virtually any straw to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.

“Covid” takes its name from the Middle English “covin”. The Oxford English dictionary says “denoting a company or band): from Old French, from medieval Latin convenium, from Latin convenire (see convene).”

But the punch line comes when you learn that the archaic meaning of covin is “fraud; deception”.

A COOLING CLIMATE AND THE COLLAPSE OF THE GLOBAL WARMING CONFIDENCE GAME

In September 2009, Express.co.uk said “Brits ’losing’ faith in climate change scientists.”

The linear trend of the data show the warming rate in the Gulf of Maine was basically flat, at only 0.004 deg C/decade, from 1930 to 2014.

In October 2016, pewresearch.org said “Pew: ‘ Most ’ Americans Don’t Believe in ‘Scientific Consensus’ on Climate Change

“ ‘ Nearly three-quarters ” of Americans don’t trust that there is a large ‘scientific consensus’ amongst climate scientists on human behavior being the cause of climate change.”

In November 2016, the Washington Post said “Capital Weather Gang’s winter outlook for D.C.: ‘ Colder ’ than last year”. Remember, we’re heading into what is at this writing purported to be the third hottest year in the Earth’s history.

In 2017, North Atlantic cooling dropped below 1950s (and 1800s) levels.

On January 6, 2017, climatedepot.com said “ Record cold and snow spread globally ” to begin what they would later purport was the third-hottest year in recorded history. But such are the times in which we live, and such are the barely-closeted generational Satanists with which we live.

In January 2017, the U.K.’s Guardian said “New Zealand hit by ’ weather bomb’ bringing summer snow ‘ and flooding ’.”

Where “ weather bomb ” is a new, hysterical made-up name to give as negative a spin as possible both to the breaking of the great artificial drought, as well as to temperatures dropping to historic lows. “And flooding” is added at the end so that the 60-70% of the populace that only reads the headline will have something negative to finish the thought on.

In March 2017, NBC Boston said “Cold ‘ Sticks Around ’, Snow This Weekend”. Where “sticks around” is put forward to make you forget it’s been cold for months, and months, and months. That’s why, in March 2017, Fox News said “This was the coldest winter ‘ in 32 years ’ ”.

They’re lying bald-fadedly about the “ 32 years ” part. It’s a really important Illuminist number, so they used it, knowing no one would check the fact.

In March 2017, the Washington Post said “Cold will keep ‘ half of ’ D.C. cherry blossoms from blooming”.

Essay: explain how consistent cold across a cherry tree population would cause only half of those trees to not bloom.

Answer: “Only half” is a completely made-up, bullshit hedge trying to blunt and mitigate that it was way colder than normal throughout 2017. They’re gymnastically trying to avoid writing “Record cold destroys Washington, D.C. cherry tree bloom”.

In May 2017, theweathernetwork.co said “ ‘ Rex block ’ brings ‘ unseasonable ’ cold to Northeast”.

A recent development in the mind control apparatus of the state is fake science terms that are more and more bizarre, almost like new Pharmaceutical names, such as “Entresto” and “Covid”. You know, “ bomb cyclone ”, “ rex block ”, “ polar vortex ”, things of that sort. The ruse is that there’s cutting edge science that you aren’t aware of that ‘explains everything’. And the mouth-breathing masses eat it up, because the subconscious of many or most readers will grasp virtually any straw to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.

“Covid” takes its name from the Middle English “covin”. The Oxford English dictionary says “denoting a company or band): from Old French, from medieval Latin convenium, from Latin convenire (see convene).” But the punch line comes when you learn that the archaic meaning of covin is “fraud; deception”.

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

2017 was one of the coldest years in history, falsely claimed to be the sixth-hottest, and then later the third-hottest in history.

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

That’s why a July 2017 article from Scientific American is headlined “ ‘ Surprising ’ Scientists, 2017 Could Be ‘ among ’ Hottest on Record.”

Here, they’ve floated what’s called a “trial balloon”. They’ve started by calling the coldest year in history “among” the hottest, to see if anyone would push back. It was cold through the whole year, yet, in the middle of the cold summer, where people in the Northeast were literally wearing sweaters in July, that they said “let’s play the exact opposite. No one’s going to push back, you watch! These rubes will believe anything.”

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

That’s why an Accuweather article from July 2017 was headlined “Central Chile to endure unusual snow, record cold this weekend”.

“A bitter blast of frigid air is plunging into central Chile this weekend, causing snow to fall at unusually low levels and putting records in jeopardy.”

They deliberately hammered the meme into your subconscious twice.

“Santiago has not had snow since 2011, according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Jason Nicholls. ‘So while snow in the capital is unusual , it is not unheard of,’ he said. ‘There was also another instance of snow whitening Santiago in 2007.’

Temperatures will continue to plummet overnight down to near 4 below zero C (25 F) in downtown Santiago.

The last time temperatures in July even approached the levels they will be on Saturday night was in 2013, when Quinta Normal (the official weather observation site in downtown Santiago) recorded a low of 3 below zero C (26.6 F).

“An even colder night is expected on Sunday night as clear skies and calm winds will cause a rapid drop in temperatures,” Miller said. “Temperatures will drop to or under 5 below zero C (23 F) in downtown Santiago with the suburbs turning even colder.”

That would break the all-time record low of 4.6 below zero C (23.7 F) from July 1924 at the Quinta Normal station, according to data obtained by the Chilean Meteorological Office.

In July 2017, people.com said, with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty, that “Fall 2017 Is Expected to Be Hotter ‘ Than Usual ’ ”. Now "hotter than “usual” has been added to " among " the hottest.

Wait, I thought we were in the midst of the third hottest year in all history. Why not “Fall expected to be third hottest in all history”? Well, okay, then - just how much hotter ‘ than usual ’?

The brainless hit-piece continues: “Don’t get too excited for your pumpkin spice lattes and cozy sweaters ‘ just yet ’. According to The Weather Channel, the upcoming fall season is expected to be ‘ much ’ hotter than usual.”

For an American citizen of the early 21st Century, going from “hotter than ‘ usual ’ “ to “ ‘ much ’ hotter than ‘ usual ’ “ is a scientific briefing. They’re fighting every day against a really cold year, that they were told they had to call “the third hottest in all history”.

They’re saying “ just yet ” about the sweaters because people were, in fact wearing them at the time the article was published, in July of 2017.

In war, when you stretch your supply lines too thin, the end is near.

I mentioned that people were wearing sweaters in July 2017, which I’m sure caused a jolt of anger among some subset of the readership. Because the minds of that subset have been so conditioned that they are simply unable to believe it, even though it factually and actually occurred. That’s why an NPR story from July 2017 is headlined “ ‘ Unseasonable ’ Winter Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Georgia’s Peach Crop.”

On August 1, 2017, abc17news.com said “Unseasonably ‘ cool ’ weather likely to hold through middle of August”.

The story is from Missouri, but the author used the false guise of familiarity to deliberately withheld any geographic information from the headline. It was as cold as anyone in Missouri had ever felt it in August, but the author hedged it back to merely “cool”, obeying a strict protocol of the international news blackout that’s in place on the subject, which forbids wherever and whenever possible the use of the word “cold”.

In August 2017, the NZ Herald said “NZ’s coldest winter since 2009”. How is that possible in the third hottest year in all history? That’s right, I’m sorry…yeah, but that’s ‘ there ’.

In September 2017, the Washington Post said “ ‘ Why ’ climate change deniers ‘ mistrust ’ hurricane forecasts, too”.

In October 2017, a record-breaking 14.8 inches of snow fell in Montana, the ‘ heaviest ’ October snow in the state since 8.6 inches fell 1914.

The author provided the old and new records, but carefully hedged by omitting the percentage increase between them. It’s 72% above the previous record, set over a hundred years previously. The record stood for a century, and then was suddenly broken by an exponential, historically-unprecedented margin.

An article from the U.K. from October 2017 is headlined “UK faces MONTHS of SNOW: ‘ Sinking polar vortex ’ to trigger COLDEST winter since GREAT FREEZE”, and that 2017 was “shaping up to be the “year of the snowstorm”.

Where ‘sinking polar vortex’ is one of a new breed of new, made-up, bullshit fake-science names, put forward as a vague explanation for the breaking of the great artificial drought, and the general cooling of the climate. It’s just “ Science you haven’t caught up with ”.

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

That’s why a Curbed Seattle article from November 2017 headlined “Seattle hit with early November snowfall said that “Unusually low temperatures brought early snow.”

You may recall that “ unusual ” is the same meme repeatedly used in the Accuweather article we discussed up above.

In October 2017, bustle.com asked “ ‘ How ’ Cold Is Winter Going To Be In 2017’ ? ’ Experts Say ‘ You Better Bundle Up ’ “.

I guess “bustle” didn’t get the memo in July, when Scientific American said “ Surprising ’ Scientists, 2017 Could Be ‘ among ’ Hottest on Record.”

Or the other memo from People, also in July, when they said “Fall 2017 Is Expected to Be Hotter ‘ Than Usual ’ ”.

But that’s the key to propaganda. The bullshit plausible-deniability excuses put forward for the subconscious are always changing. So you always feel “fresh” and “with it” and “up to date”. That’s what you tell yourself, when in fact you are a sellout who’s grasped any straw, no matter how think to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.

In October 2017, thatsmags.com said “ ‘ Unseasonably ’ Cold Weather Brings Snow to Beijing’s Mountains”.

‘Unseasonably’ is a standard meme used to cover stronger words like “exceptionally” cold, or “record” cold. But it is, at least, an admission that it was colder than normal in China in October 2017. How is that possible in the third hottest year in all history? That’s right, I’m sorry…yeah, but that’s ‘ there ’.

In October 2017, CNN.com said “Winter 2017-2018: NOAA ‘ forecasts ’ warm’ er winter”.

CNN backs NOAA on the Big Lie, put forward with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty. Record cold everywhere, with a controlled press united in all the nations doing what they can to pretend it’s not happening.

In October 2017, brownfieldag.com said “Unseasonably cold ‘ pattern ’ to dominate the Heartland”

It’s a devious bit of Black magic, where they’ve changed “Unseasonable ‘ cold’ to dominate Heartland” to “Unseasonab ly cold ‘ pattern ’ to dominate Heartland”. That addition of “pattern” is a hedge that takes the focus off “cold” and shifts it to “pattern”. Oh, P.S., “unseasonable” is yet another hedge, pulling it back from “Record cold to dominate Heartland”.

On October 31, 2017, the U.K.’s Independent said “UK weather latest: Britain to face coldest winter in five years , say meteorologists ”.

Wait, I thought NOAA just said it was going to be a warm’ er winter in the U.S.? Warmer in the U.S. and coldest winter in five years in the U.K.? I’m so confused and ensheepled!

Here, the Independent’s done what they could to hedge by putting the snide “say meteorologists ” on the end, which triggers the “so ‘ you ’ say” meme in your mind.

While, just a few weeks later, in November 2017, the U.K.’s Guardian said “2017 ‘ set ’ to be one of top three hottest years on record”.

The Independent a State propaganda organ, repeating the Big Lie, with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.

They said “ ‘ set ’ to be” as a thinly-veiled reference to Set, a dark god they’ve worshipped in various guises, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. “Set” is where we get the word “Satan”. They figured the rubes would never notice.

In November 2017, Seattle.curbed.com said “Seattle ‘ hit with ’ early November snowfall” - Curbed Seattle

“Still, today is especially cold. NWS predicted early Friday morning that we’ll set a record for lowest high temperature for the day. ‘ Early snow, NWS cautions, doesn’t necessarily mean an especially snowy winter .”

In November 2017, weather.com said that early November snow cover in North America was the Highest “ in Over a Decade”.

Where “ in over a decade ” is a general hedge, put forward against the actual number, “15 years”, and even moreso to avoid saying “since record keeping began fifteen years ago.”

In the article NOAA said that “ Over one-quarter ” of the area of the Lower 48 had snow on the ground on Nov. 8, 2017, the “ largest ” areal coverage of snow on that date. Where both “ over one-quarter ” and “ largest ” are both general, put forward as hedges against far more impactful statistics.

“This is the largest areal coverage of snow on that date in at least 14 years, according to NOAA data.”

Where “i n at least 14 years ” is general, put forward as a hedge against the far more impactful statistic, which I was forced to do the math to learn. The author included the old and new records, but hedged again by carefully omitting the far more impactful percentage increase between them. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization”.

Since they’ve used the general “over one quarter”, I’m going with 26% for the new record. With that, we’ve learned that snow cover increased 5% in the U.S. to it highest level ever recorded. The author hedges again by making no mention of when the previous record was set, doing everything they can to blunt and minimize awareness into the phenomenon. Remember, this is an at-least 5% increase in snow coverage. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

The author said it was the “ most expansive ” Nov. 8 snow cover in the Lower 48 in NOHRSC’s 15-year analysis, “ topping ” Nov. 8, 2011’s 21-percent coverage. Where “most expansive” and “topping” are both general hedges, put forward to keep you from getting a more specific idea of the scope and magnitude of the positive change we’re discussing here.

Where “ topping ” falsely infers that the new record was just above the old, when in fact the record was broken by a very large margin.

They author went on to say that it was a “ sharp ” contrast to one year ago, which was “one of the warmest Novembers on record”.

Where “ sharp ”, while lurid, is, once again, general. They’ve broken out the “ Global Warming ” meme. 2017 was officially stated to be the 2nd hottest year on record, a year in which the area covered by snow at one time increased 5% above the previous record.

In November 2017, Boston.com said “Cold weather is ‘ finally ’ coming to Boston this week”, implying it was a warm fall in Massachusetts (research).

In November 2017, the Wisconsin State Farmer admitted “ ‘ Unseasonably ’ cold weather slows drydown”.

It’s so cold in Wisconsin in November of 2017, that the author can’t use the standard meme “cool”, and must print the word “cold”.

In December 2017, unofficialnetworks.com said “Mt. Washington summit breaks daily record low temperature, wind chill”.

Early Thursday morning, the mountain’s 6,288-foot summit hit a low of minus 34 degrees. The early-morning mark of minus 34 degrees broke the observatory’s Dec. 28 record low temperature of minus 31 degrees, set in 1933.

The author provided the old and new records, but carefully hedged by omitting the far more impactful percentage increase between them. So, I had to do the math. The new record is 10% below the old. That’s a statistically-gigantic decrease in temperature, made more inconvenient by the fact that 2017 was claimed to be the third hottest in all history.

Which is a Big Lie that is withering under cross-examination. To preserve current programming levels, stop reading immediately and say “yeah, but that’s ‘ there ’.”

A variation on the “yeah, but that’s ‘ there ’ “ defense is the “yeah, but that’s ‘now’ “. An example may be seen in a Wisconsin State Farmer article from December 2017 that reads “It’s cold ‘right now’. But 2017 was a ‘ hot ’ year.”

Can you see how they’re back on their heels, not quite brazen enough to engage in the hyperbole of “hottest”?

In December 2017, oceanleadership.com said “It’s ‘ cold ’ outside. ‘ But that doesn’t mean climate change isn’t real ’.”

The article’s from the 27th of December, so we know that they’re talking about record cold, coldest ever in history. Which they hedged back to merely “cold” in the headline. In this example, the mouth-breather is walked back even further from “yea, but that’s there ” and “yeah, but that’s now ” to simply not discussing it. Blanket denial.

In December 2017 Baton Rouge Louisiana got snow, which was described as a rare December day for “ wintry precipitation” in South Louisiana.

Under the false guise of “journalistic variety”, the author gymnastically used the general hedge “ wintry precipitation ” to avoid a second use of the word “ snow ”, to make his article less searchable.

In December 2017, fox59.com said “It’s snowing in South Texas. Yes, you read that right.”

They wrote it that way to avoid saying “Houston breaks all time snow record with earliest seasonal snowfall on record”.

Where “It’s snowing in South Texas” completely generalizes the facts of the situation, to their most neutral level possible.

The article begins: “Big and fluffy snowflakes fell across parts of south Texas on Thursday, including San Antonio and Austin.”

Where “ Big and fluffy snowflakes fell ”, while accurate, is obviously a blatant general hedge against “Houston breaks all time snow record with earliest seasonal snowfall on record”. They threw in “ parts of ” South Texas to minimize it even further.

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

That’s why the article goes on to say that, while snow is common in “ parts of ” north Texas, it’s “ unusual ” for this region to see snowfall. And, once again, they said that it was only “parts of” South Texas”, to minimize it even further.

The author said “This " rare " snow " event " isn’t over yet. It’s moving farther south to cities like Corpus Christi and Brownsville. They are expected to get snow throughout the night with 2-3 inches possible around Corpus Christi.”

Under the false guise of “rushing to press”, they’ve published the story prior to the breaking of the record, so that very embarrassing headline doesn’t have to be written.

Snow records are being broken in South Texas, in what is purported to be the third hottest year in history.

On December 31, 2017, the Washington Post said “Last day of 2017 ‘ appears to be ’ the year’s coldest.

In 2018, surface and subsurface temperatures of the North Atlantic fell to their lowest levels in in more than 30 years.

In January 2018, CNN said “Winter ’ bomb cyclone ’ threatens US: Live updates”.

May 2019 was Denver’s coldest May in 24 years And May finishes as Denver’s wettest overall month in two years.

Jeff Miller, Brooklyn, New York, August 2, 2020

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