Coke's 11% sales decrease in 2020 was the largest in the history of the brand, going back to the late 1800's

“Satanists come in all ages and from all backgrounds, says Post. There are ‘some local elected officials ’ involved, but he won’t name them.

He says he is currently investigating a person who is “a church pastor on Sunday and a Satanic cult leader during the week.” He knows of a former SDSU professor, he says, who heads a local cult. San Diego County is crawling with Satanic cult groups, in Post’s view, including the Ordo Templi Orientis, the Order of Thelema, the Temple of Set, the Brotherhood of the Mind, the Rainbow Children, a group that meets in Balboa Park called the Knights of Satan, and a Satanic “enforcement arm” of a group of bikers in the meth trade known as the Crystal Circle. A local motorcycle gang, the Mongols, “have contact with Satanists” as well, according to Post.”

From “So many demonic sightings in East San Diego County”, the San Diego Post, December 1991

“Officials chuckled when the first letter arrived at corporate headquarters in Illinois. An Ohio woman wanted to know if it was true that company owner Ray Kroc donated 20 per cent of the fast-food chain’s profits to the Church of Satan in California. The company sifted through stacks of correspondence in an effort to determine the origin of the rumour. The Rev. John McFarland, pastor of Kenmore Church of God, explained to the McDonald’s communications department that a former parishioner had told him that she saw Kroc being interviewed on The Phil Donahue Show.”

From “Satan’s choice: Was Ronald McDonald in league with the Devil”, from Canada’s Waterloo Chronicle, November 2012

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(The Reverend John McFarland, in a Satanic green shirt)

“Confronted with the facts, McFarland published a retraction and an apology to McDonald’s in his next issue of Moments of Sunshine. Overall, he found the incident to be “really embarrassing.” As for the parishioner who spread the false information, he said: “She evidently wanted to hear it so bad, she just heard what she wanted.”

From “Satan’s choice: Was Ronald McDonald in league with the Devil”, from Canada’s Waterloo Chronicle, November 2012

“A former pastor who spent 26 years serving churches in Fountain Valley and Huntington Beach pleaded guilty Friday to 13 felony counts of lewd and lascivious acts with minors and was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison.

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Convicted serial felon and child molester Reverend John McFarland)

John Rodgers McFarland, 68, was first arrested in Escondido in December 2018 and charged in San Diego County with two felony counts of molesting a girl under 14, police and prosecutors reported at the time of his arrest.

McFarland was also a chaplain for 20 years for the Fountain Valley Police Department until his retirement a few years ago.”

From “Former Orange County church pastor pleads guilty, sentenced to 15 years to life for child molestation”, from the Daily Pilot, February 2021

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(McDonald’s representatives saying “I love you!” in American Sign Language, saying that they want to “rock on”, signaling their support for the Texas Longhorns football team, or praising their dark Lord, Satan, depending upon your point of view.)

THE DATA

In 2020, Coca Cola’s sales decreased by 11.4%, the largest in the history of the brand, going back to the late 1800’s.

in the 2nd Quarter of 2020, McDonald’s international operated markets sales decreased by 41.4%.

In the 2nd Quarter of 2020, McDonald’s total same-store sales decreased by 23.9%.

In the 4th Quarter of 2021, Coca-Cola’s operating income decreased by 28%.

In the 4th Quarter of 2021, Coca-Cola’s sales volume decreased by 19.5%.

In the 4th Quarter of 2021, Diet Coke’s sales volume decreased by 15.3%.

THE ARTICLES

In July 2020, Fortune said “McDonald’s posts worst global sales decline in at least 15 years”.

Where authors Anne Riley Moffat, Gerald Porter Junior and “Bloomberg” used the word “decline” because it’s general. As a propagandist, they know that, since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, their “burying” of the specific figures in the body text below goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the scope of the wider trend I’m documenting here. They also used it because it’s softer than “drop” or “decrease”, and because it echoes the word “recline”. Also, declines are gradual. Which is, of course, diametrically opposed to the fact that, in the 2nd Quarter of 2020, McDonald’s international operated markets sales decreased by 41.4%, and McDonald’s total same-store sales decreased by 23.9%.

As a bonus, whomever wrote the article put the 23.9% decrease in front of the 41.4% decrease, in violation of the journalistic rule that you put the highest number or percentage first, and the rest in descending order. That’s because there is literally no quit in these guys, and of course gals, and, er, Bloombergs.

The article goes on to say “The fast-food company’s total same-store sales in the second quarter dropped 23.9%, slightly worse than what analysts had been expecting despite getting mid-quarter updates throughout the spring—and the worst performance in Bloomberg data going back to at least 2005. That was dragged down by a 41.4% plunge in its international operated markets unit, which includes stores in countries such as Spain, the U.K. and France.”

The addition of “Bloomberg” as an author is hilarious…it’s your tell that at least one of the authors is an anonymous Intelligence operative.

“Worst…in at least 15 years” and “worst…going back to at least 2005” are queasy half-truths, where “at least” is a tell that it’s covering up the fact that it was the largest in the history of the brand, going back to the company’s inception in 1955.

Here’s first author Anne Riley Moffat’s picture, wearing a Satanic purple top, in front of a pale green background, at bottom:

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(Bloomberg Editor Anne Riley Moffat, wearing a Satanic purple top, in front of a pale green background, at bottom)

Here’s second author Gerald Porter, Junior’s picture, wearing a Satanic purple sweater:

(Journalist Gerald Porter, Junior, in a Satanic purple sweater)

I’ve included their photographs so that you could get a better idea of what generational Satanists in positions of marginal influence looks like.

They’re all related to one another by bloodline. They comprise between twenty and thirty percent of the populace, and are hiding in plain sight in every city, town and village on Earth.

It’s how the few have controlled the many all the way back to Babylon, and before.

But they say that the hardest part of solving a problem is recognizing that you have one.

In 2020, Coca Cola’s sales decreased by 11.4%. In an article called “2022 Market Prediction: Coca-Cola Outperforms PepsiCo”, the Motley Fool’s Parkev Tatevosian attributed the see-the-needle-moving sales decrease to “the effects of the pandemic”, specifically “when governments mandated the closures of nonessential businesses”.

Did you notice how the headline doesn’t mention anything about the going-out-of-business sales decrease? As a propagandist, Mr. Tatevosian knows that, since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, omitting mention of it goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the great positive change I’m documenting here.

He also cagily doesn’t mention that Coke’s sales were decreasing exponentially long before the barely-covert international release of the Chinese bat virus with four amino acids added for improved transmissibility to humans.

In February 2022, ajc.com said “Coke in 2020 suffered its steepest decline in the volume of drinks sold since just after World War II.” That cloud of Mil-speak is Satanish for “Coke’s 11% sales decrease in 2020 was the largest in the history of the brand, going back to the late 1800’s”.

Since they worked so hard to avoid coming out and saying it, I’m going to use it as the click-bait title of this article.

In the 4th Quarter of 2021, Coca-Cola’s operating income decreased by 28%.

In December 2021, the U.K.'s Morning Advertiser said “Coca-Cola Remains Top Soft Drink By a Large Distance”.

Where author Gary Lloyd takes special care not to mention the facts that, in journalistic parlance, he’s “buried”, below, namely that: iIn the 4th Quarter of 2021, Coca-Cola’s sales volume decreased by 19.5% and Diet Coke’s sales volume decreased by 15.3% .

As a propagandist, Mr. Lloyd knows that, since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, omitting mention of it goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the great positive change I’m documenting here

In January 2022, adweek.com said “Coca-Cola Sidelines Super Bowl Ads for the Second Year in a Row”.

Did you notice how the author, David Kaplan, doesn’t mention anything in the headline about catastrophically-decreasing sales?

As a propagandist, Mr. Kaplan knows that, since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, omitting mention of it goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the great positive change I’m documenting here.

It is instructive that the propaganda technique used by Mr. Tatevosian for the Motley Fool in the U.S. is precisely the same as that used by Mr. Lloyd for the Morning Advertiser in the U.K. - namely a headline that waves its hands and points to brand competition to draw attention away from catastrophically-decreasing soft drink sales.

Kaplan’s subhead goes on to say “The soft drink giant has its hands full rebuilding its agency partnerships

Where Agent Kaplan uses “soft drink giant” in place of “collapsing relic of a former age”.

Despite loving him some advertising like it is, in fact his job, Kaplan offers no suggestion as to why, specifically, Coke’s agency partnerships have needed rebuilding over the last two solid years. Two years during which Coke has not aired a Superbowl ad, for the first time in the history of the Superbowl. Yet the bullshit plausible-deniability excuse is enough for any practicing Coincidence theorist, whom Mr. Kaplan, as a Coke Oil-selling Ad Man well knows, will grasp virtually any straw, no matter how thin, to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.

Here’s author David Kaplan’s official picture, where he’s positioned in front of a Satanic green background:

(David Kaplan, Performance Marketing and Brand Marketing Editor, Adweek, in front of a Satanic green background)

I’ve included his photograph so that you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like.

They’re all related to one another by bloodline. They comprise between twenty and thirty percent of the populace, and are hiding in plain sight in every city, town and village on Earth.

It’s how the few have controlled the many, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.

But they say that the hardest part of solving a problem is recognizing that you have one.

In March 2022, studycorgi.com said “McDonald’s Company’s Sales Decline and Its Causes”.

At the foot of the paragraph upon paragraph of claptrap, we read “This paper was written and submitted to our database by a student to assist your with your own studies.”

The only problem being, no author is listed. Now, anytime something’s published without an author, it’s proof that the content is the output of an Intelligence operative, or, in this case, more likely a whole team of them. As an hilarious bonus, it will be listed as a “trusted source” for and by the NPR addicted, mouth-breathing masses.

None of seven reasons listed for the only-generally-referred to “sales decline” include “because moral and mental health vary directly with that of the subject’s etheric environment.”

The uncredited author used the word “decline” because it’s general. As a propagandist, they know that, since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, their “burying” of the specific figures in the body text below goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the scope of the wider trend I’m documenting here. They also used it because it’s softer than “drop” or “decrease”, and because it echoes the word “recline”. Also, declines are gradual. Which is, of course, diametrically opposed to the sudden, catastrophic decrease in Coke’s sales in the 4th Quarter of 2021.

As another hilarious bonus, the purportedly-scholarly studycorgi.com article doesn’t contain any specific information on the sales decrease.

Jeff Miller, Honolulu, HI, April 8, 2022

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