Great work, John!
The one death tower per two thousand inhabitants figure is something I came up with after busting all the death towers in several cities, simply keeping track of the number of towers busted compared to population statistics. It’s been pretty consistent, though in some places, like Sacramento, California, there are obviously a lot more towers than one per 2,000 and in some other places there are a lot less.
Dr von Peters, who spends a lot of time teaching in various medical schools in Russia, told me unequivocably that he’s seen absolutely NO death towers in that country, though everyone has a cellphone.
China, where he also spent some time, as have several other observant gifters, has a very dense death tower concentration in the cities that these folks have visited. The Middle East is another area, apaprently, where the death tower concentration is much higher, as is Taiwan.
The one per 2,000 concentration seems also to be relevant in much of Africa and Latin America.
I’m glad you showed an example of higher concentration of gthe death towers because I didn’t want my casual count to be considered authoritative, after all.
We’re hard pressed to find actual cell repeaters, which these towers are purported to be. An actual cell repeater can be operated with solar panels, as some are in Africa, but apparently most cell traffic is handled by satellites, which can now be shot into orbit with long cannons–the space shuttle is a big boondoggle; a distraction for the more primitive among the PJ folks but probably sometimes used to place heavy space weaponry, at least, which is deployed against us (humanity), most likely. It may have been space-based particle beam weaponry, for instance that shot at DB and Carol, several years ago, killing all the grass around where they were standing but otherwise neutralized by orgonite.
All death towers are fortified military assets, including concrete bunkers for backup generators (presumably). The streetlamp death transmitters are probably just an attempt by the world odor to regain some of what they lost when we busted their more obvious death transmitters. The first time I heard of these was when some went up in Toronto several years ago, shortly after Steve Baron and crew disabled all the thousands of death towers in that metropolitan area [Image Can Not Be Found] Sour grapes? Sewer rats are sore losers, of course.
Naming the various death towers may be a clever ruse, though, since all of them mainly just put out a huge amount of deadly orgone radiation, with the apparent capability of sending this energy with pinpoint accuracy via satellite positioning and injected transponders in some cases.
When out gifting, I always found maintenance technicians to be driving cell phone company trucks, by the way, which probably is designed to assure the PJ folks that these towers are for communication. Of course, none of these ‘companies’ compete with each other. If they did, our media would be loaded with Coke/Pepsi-style advertising wars [Image Can Not Be Found];
The death towers are probably the best standing evidence of the existence and purpose of the world odor. I can’t imagine that we’d be able to find a reading audience regarding fighting the world odor if this evidence weren’t in place.
I don’t know if tower surveys are a new development but, if they are, maybe they’re symptomatic of the world odor’s current need to ‘justify’ the death towers to the PJ folks… The complete absence of information about these weapons’ technology is another evidence that the info is classified, which is to say, ‘military.’
I’m pretty sure that the sewer rat agencies are chewing their fingernails up to their elbows under the circumstances because I think genocide was supposed to have been achieved very shortly after the sudden erection of these millions of death towers, six years ago, and now, suddenly, many PJ folks are finally starting to notice them and are probably a little pissed that all they’re getting for explanations is technobabble and anagrams.
The emporor’s skidmarked panties are finally down, for sure.
Years ago I didn’t dare dream that something like this could come about!
Regarding the comments abougt nuclear warfare against humanity–it’s terrific that this news is finally getting out but I think it’s important to observe that the projected goal of disabling the populations of the oil regions and other areas through genetic poisoning hasn’t been achieved after sixty years of trying. In fact, they were more or less forced to stop blowing up nukes in teh atmosphere early on. I read some evidence that nukes were detonated in 17 American states, by the way, and I knew a man who was ordered to sit in a trench in a Southwestern state the mid-1950s with the rest of his US Marine battalion, right in front of a nuclear detonation. Most of them died and this fellow later got brain cancer.
Our Dr. Stevo, who is in the business of clinicly tracking the effects of the world odor’s efforts to kill all of us off on many fronts, observes that humanity are harder to exterminate than cockroaches, in spite of the world odor’s best (sic) and lavishly funded, coordinated efforts to do so over the past several decades.
I’m all for sharing news about the world odor’s grim intentions but I think it’s a good idea to temper these offerings with evidences of their continuing; even accelerating failure to achieve their grisly goals. Otherwise, all we’re doing is advertising for them, which is to say fearmongering. Who isn’t programmed to assume that destructive, parasitic global fascism is unopposable, after all? What does it take to erase that programming and replace it with something more viable and useful?