Chile’s production of Atlantic Coho salmon increased by an historically-unprecedented 35% in volume and by 17.% in value from 2017 to 2018.
2017 was the third year in a row that the Alaska sockeye salmon harvest exceeded 50 million fish.
The 2017 Alaska chum salmon harvest was the largest on record.
The 2017 Bristol Bay, Alaska red salmon run was said to have “smashed” records.
Alaska’s 2017 sockeye salmon harvest was the third largest on record.
The 2017 Alaska pink salmon harvest was the fourth largest on record.
In 2017, “more” Atlantic salmon were said to be swimming in Maine’s Penobscot and Down East rivers. The author said that 2017 was shaping up to be a “good” year for Atlantic salmon Down East.
Salmon bait fish were said to have “rebounded” on Lake Michigan in 2017. Can you see how “rebounded” is general?
In July 2017 spring chinook salmon returned to the White River in Washington in record numbers.
In August 2017, thespokesman.com earnestly covered up a State-sponsored ecoterrorism operation by saying “Eclipse-assisted tides unleash net pen Atlantic salmon into Bellingham Bay”. As a bonus, I’d note that it is during eclipses that the energy released during their human sacrifice rituals is said to be the strongest.
In September 2017, coming off the largest salmon harvests in human history, capradio.com said : “Fishing Industry Concerned About Fall Salmon Season”.
Where, under the false guise of familiarity, the headline omits any mention of geography, to make the subject drastically less searchable. That’s an example of a propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.
The article continues: “The Golden Gate Salmon Association says the return of drought-ravaged winter-run Salmon hit rock bottom this summer and that is likely a precursor of what to expect in the months to come, when commercial fall-run salmon are fished. John McManus says the huge dip in numbers is the result of warm river water during the drought, killing most of the run while the salmon was still in the egg stage.”
John is an Illuminist shill, using conscious deception while retaining the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty. From the moment that dams were built on rivers, the folks who built them began lowering the water levels downstream of the dam at key times of the year, to kill as many salmon as possible, and to keep them from reproducing. Specific water conditions are required for successful salmon spawning, and it’s not hard to intentionally mess them up. John’s using a half-truth in “warm river water”, in that the people running the dam simply lower the water level and thus increase the temperate level in that water.
It was only in the late 2010’s that rainfall levels reached a point where all the excess water had to be let by the dams to keep them from being blown. The recent spate of dam removals is not because “dams don’t make money” or “we can’t afford to fix the dams”, or “we suddenly had an enviornmental epiphany”. They’re being torn down because they can no longer be used for their original and primary purpose: the killing of as many salmon as possible.
This is how people who have literally worshipped Death all the way back to Babylon and before think and act.
Here’s Agent McManus’ picture:
(John McManus, Golden Gate Salmon Association)
I’ve included his photo so you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like.
We get the name Satan from Set, also known as Seth and Suetekh, who was the Egyptian god of war, chaos and storms, brother of Osiris, Isis, and Horus the Elder, uncle to Horus the Younger, and brother-husband to Nephthys.
(The repugnant god Set)
(The repugnant Jar Jar Binks)
(The repugnant god Set)
You can’t recognize them by their appearance, beyond their almost-continuous use of supposedly “secret” hand signs.
You can only recognize them by the codified, highly-repetitive way in which they speak, and write.
They’re hiding in plain sight in every city, town and village on Earth, figuring the rubes would never notice.
You know them only-generally as “the One Percent”. They are the distinct and separate race that we know as “Neanderthal”. They’re all genetically related to one another. It’s a bloodline thing. As any middle schooler knows:
August 5, 2012 - 12 Year Old Girl Discovers All US Presidents Are Related to King John of England
March 25, 2008 - Obama’s family tree expanded to include the Bushes and the Pitts
August 25, 2018 - Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton are related, genealogy experts say.
They’re all related through the maternal bloodline. And the paternal, as well, usually…but it’s the maternal bloodline that’s the key.
The Neanderthal invaded every nation on Earth, and killed all the men, and took all the women.
Here’s what you’re supposed to think a Neanderthal looks like:
While this is what a Neanderthal actually looks like:
(King John I of England, the guy all the US Presidents are related to through their maternal bloodlines)
Apr 17, 2001 — Research leader Dr Rosalind Harding said: ‘It is certainly possible that red hair comes from the Neanderthals.’
2020 - “ScotlandsDNA believes that everyone who carries one of 3 variants of the red-hair gene is a direct descendant of the first redhead ever to have it”
January 31, 2008 - Blue-eyed humans have a single, common ancestor
It’s how the few have controlled the many, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.
It’s why the ruling bloodlines of all the nations have the lightest skin.
We’re obviously going to have to recognize and come to terms with this if we’re going to make progress as a species. But they say that the hardest part of a problem is realizing that you have one.
In October 2017 Alaska’s Kitsap Sun said “Summer chum return in record numbers to Union River” and that “This year, summer chum returned to the Union River to spawn and die in record numbers, signaling the health of the Union River estuary.”
Where it’s not “PROOF of health”, but rather only “SIGNALING the health of the estuary”. That’s what is known in journalism as a “hedge”, or in propaganda circles, “soft-pedaling”. “The health of the Union River estuary is general. There’s no mention in the article as to what, specifically, has caused the estuary to be healthier than it has ever been, in all history.
The Kitsap Sun is a State propaganda organ, doing what it can to keep you from realizing that the health, fertility and longevity of any organism varies directly with the health of its etheric environment.
The name “Kitsap Sun” is a thinly-veiled reference to the Atonist Black Sun cult that has run things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.
In December 2017, Reuters said “Norway’s seafood export value on track for record in 2017”.
Where the headline mentions a value record, but doesn’t say anything about volume.
The article says “Norway’s Seafood Council said on Tuesday:
** Value of Norwegian seafood exports on track for record in 2017
** The value of seafood exports was flat year-on-year in November, while volumes were up 25 pct”.
Wait, what? An historically-unprecedented year over year increase in seafood production volume of twenty five percent…which was completely obfuscated from the headline, which mentioned only value, which was flat year over year. That, my friends, is evidence of a Great Big Conspiracy.
The propagandist writing the article knew that sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, which “compartmentalized” the knowledge of the historically-unprecedented, quantum increase in seafood production in Norway in 2017.
The article continues:
** The month’s overall exports of seafood valued at 9 billion Norwegian crowns ($1.08 billion) from total volume of 286,000 tonnes
** Jan-November export value rose by 4 pct to a total of NOK 86.5 billion, while volumes were up 6 pct
** Export value of salmon, the biggest category, fell by 5 pct in November to NOK 5.7 billion while volumes were up 11 pct”
There’s a strict rule in journalism, where you list larger numbers prior to smaller. Here, the rule has been broken three times in succession by a propagandist desperate to spin awareness away from the great volume increases being seen across the marine environment.
The article continues:
** Says average salmon price in November was NOK 50.68 per kilo compared to NOK 61.71 per kilo in November of 2016
** Salmon exports to China at a two-year high
“Decreased salmon demand” is disproved by “Salmon exports to China at a two-year high”.
By the way, 61.71 per kilo to 50.68 per kilo is a 22% decrease in the price of salmon, driven by historically-unprecented numbers of fish at market.
In December 2017, SalmonBusiness.com said “China helping Norway exports past 2016”.
Where, under the false guise of familiarity, the headline omits the word “salmon”, to make the article far less searchable. “Past” is general, and obscures the margin.Those are both examples of a propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.
The article continues: “Norwegian salmon exports in 2017 are expected to soar past figures for last year “by a comfortable margin” despite a lowering of prices seen during the year, the Norwegian Seafood Council has reported.”
Where “past figures for last year” and “by a comfortable margin” are both general, to obscure the margin. That’s another example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”. It obscures a stunning 25% increase in volume, which is a specific figure completely unmentioned by the article.
Alaska’s Bristol Bay fishing season in 2018 was an all time record.
The catch rate for Chinook salmon in Lake Ontario from April through June 2018 was 227 percent higher than the previous five-year average.
There was a 21% increase in the volume of wild salmon exported from Scotland in the first quarter of 2019.
Twice as many salmon and steelhead returned to the Columbia River Basin in 2019 as returned the year previously.
Alaska Chum salmon set an all-time record in 2019 with a catch of 29 million, 45% above last year and 16% above the previous record, set in 2017.
In December 2017, the Calaveras Enterprise said “Hatchery sees record-breaking salmon run”.
Where, under the false guise of familiarity, the headline omits “Mokelumne”, to make the subject far less searchable. That’s an example of a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization”.
The author says “They travel upstream more than 100 miles, following a scent, to have babies made. In 2017, they’re doing so in record numbers, according to officials with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.”
Where they put “travel”, “follow”, “make babies” and a period in between you and “record numbers”. In propaganda terms, that’s called “slow-playing”.
“Midway through the spawning year, nearly 17,000 Chinook salmon have appeared at the Lake Lodi fish ladder, which is one stop away from the Mokelumne River Hatchery just below Camanche Reservoir, said Darrick Baker, a fish manager at the hatchery. The number is well above the average number of fish – 7,000 – the hatchery usually sees each year, said Bill Smith, who also works as a manager at the hatchery.”
Darrick said that well over double the number of salmon was “well above”. That’s some powerful understatement, there. And that’s comparing a half year to a full year. Say what you will about them, there’s no quit in them.
Here’s Darrick Baker’s picture:
(Darrick Baker, Fish Manager on the Mokelumne River’s Comanche Reservoir in California)
I’ve included Darrick’s photo so you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like. Not all hatchery managers are generational Satanists, of course. But the one’s that get quoted in mainstream news articles certainly are. They figured the rubes would never notice.
The author says that the fish “appeared”, as if by magic, and gives no insight into what’s caused a sudden doubling of the salmon population.
They’re desperate to keep your eyes off the trend I’m documenting here.
“This year’s totals are projected to break the previous high that was set in 2011, when 18,000 salmon climbed the ladder, according to a social media post about the Mokelumne hatchery from the Department of Fish and Wildlife.”
Halfway through the year, and numbers are almost past the previous record.
The Calaveras Enterprise is an Organ of the State, trying their best to keep you from realizing that the size, fertility and longevity of any organism varies directly with the health of the Ether.
In November 2017, capradio said “Salmon And Steelhead Trout Migrating In Record Numbers”.
While the first sentence of the article reads “Salmon and steelhead trout are migrating to the Mokelumne River just east of Lodi in what could be record numbers.”
In propaganda terms, the author has “walked it back” from “IN record numbers” in the headline to “what COULD BE record number” in the first sentence.
The article continues: “They’re returning from the ocean to spawn and conditions have never been better. Abundant rainfall last year helped to release more water from Camanche Reservoir to help move the salmon up the river.”
In years past, the folks in charge kept the river levels artificially low at key times during the year, to kill as many salmon as possible, and to prohibit their reproduction. In 2017, rainfall levels were such that they either had to let the water flow by the dam in the spillways, or the water volume would have blown the dams.
“The East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD), which operates Camanche, and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife worked together to improve the spawning beds.”
That’s a bald-faced lie. They went out and made a show of “improving the spawning beds”, when the simple truth is that the water level was sufficient for the first time in years upon years. They’re running what is known as a confidence game.
“Fishery Biologist Michelle Workman with EBMUD says with another month to go for the salmon run, the old record of 18,000 could be broken.
“The run started in early October and it has been going strong the whole way through," Workman says. "We’re currently sitting at over 15,000 fish and that’s compared to 5,000 fish the same time last year.”
A month into the run, with three times the fish seen the previous year, and just three thousand fish from the record, it’s obvious that the record will be broken. Michelle hedges mightily back to saying only that the record COULD BE broken. She used “sitting at” to paint a one year tripling of the salmon population as stagnant.
Here’s agent Workman’s picture, that’s her on the left:
I’ve included her photo so you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like. Not all wildlife biologists are generational Satanists, of course. But the ones who get quoted in mainstream news articles certainly are. They figured the rubes would never notice.
In December 2017, the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs said “New Record for Tribal Spring Chinook Harvest Set During 2017”.
That’s terse, and general, to blunt awareness into the magnitude of the shocking, historically-unprecedented positive change that the article describes. Remember, “record” means “most, ever, in all history. In 2017, Poor Mother Gaia was purported to be Dying in 2017, as continues to be falsely alleged to this day.
In 2001 the Spring Chinook run was strong enough for the first tribal fishing season to be opened on the Hood River. Since then the Spring Chinook runs have been strong enough to open a tribal spring Chinook season in 14 of the last 17 years, and each of the last 11 years. The 2017 run year was especially notable as we recorded the highest estimated tribal Chinook harvest at the Punchbowl Falls fishery on the West Fork Hood River in the history of the program, with nearly 700 spring Chinook harvested by Warm Springs tribal members.”
In journalistic parlance, the author “buries” the previous annual record count in a separate table, to downplay it. They also took care not to publish the far more impactful percentage increase between the old record and the new. So I had to do the math.
The previous record was 409, set in 2014, just a year after I began this series of articles, entitled “Positive Changes That Are Occurring” in 2013.
409 to 697 is a 70% percent increase, an order of magnitude, a quantum jump. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.
There’s clearly been some major positive change in the Hood River.
The author makes no suggestion as to what caused Chinook salmon numbers in the Hood River to increase by 70% to the highest level ever recorded from 2014 to 2017.
They’re desperate to keep you from recognizing that the size, health and longevity of any organism varies directly with the health of its etheric environment.
In February 2018, SeafoodNews said “Record Russian Salmon Catch Expected for 2018”.
Where “RECORD salmon catch” is general. The international news blackout that is in place on this subject forbids the use of statistics that would provide specific insight into the magnitude of the trend I’m documenting here.
Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, it goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” the phenomenon.
“Record catch EXPECTED” is trying to play it like they’re not stunned and dumfounded by the wholesale transformation that has taken place in the marine environment. They said “record CATCH expected” to play the ruse that it was more-assiduous fish catching led to the highest number of salmon ever harvested in Russia, in all history.
“Analysts of VNIRO predict the volume of salmon catch in Russia may exceed 500,000 tonnes this year – a record figure in the modern history of the country. The majority of catch (64 percent) will account for Kamchatka, while the most harvested species will comprise humpback and chum salmon …”
I’m sure you noticed how they didn’t mention anything about what the previous record was, or when it was set, or what the margins between the records was, or that these all-time high salmon catches in Russia were being mirrored everywhere else that there are salmon. Or that marine populations were and are growing to unprecedented levels, regardless of species or geography. Those are all examples of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.
The author from SeafoodNews also didn’t offer any suggestion as to what was driving the never-previously-seen bounty of salmon in Russia. That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “stonewalling”.
The ruse is bravely played that it was only a “modern” record, which is a bald-faced lie. The author said it was a “record FIGURE” to give the subconscious of the reader the green light to say “oh, someone must have figured that incorrectly!”
The propagandist knows that many or most readers will grasp virtually any straw, no matter how thin, to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.
In 2018, Alaska’s Bristol Bay had it’s largest sockeye salmon run in history, dating back to 1893. The total run to Bristol Bay was 62.3 million sockeye. The Nushagak District also set a new record for the largest single district sockeye salmon harvest at 24.1 million sockeye, and the Togiak District also set a record for sockeye return to its district.
“Tim Sands, ADF&G area management biologist for the Togiak and Nushagak districts noted that the length of the run rather than a concentrated peak drove up those numbers. ‘It started picking up early in July. It still wasn’t anything exceptional, it just kind of went on and on and on with good catches,” Sand said, adding that he thought catch and escapement in the district could have been even higher. But mid-August storms curtailed fishing and the counting towers stopped counting, according to their seasonal schedule in early August.”
Where the area management biologist called the largest salmon run in all history “nothing exceptional”, and the best catches in all history merely “good”. Say what you will about them, there’s no quit in these people.
Here’s Tim’s picture:
I’ve included his photo so you could get a better idea of what a scrupulously-inbred generational Satanist of marginal influence actually looks like.
Since the pathologically-lying Sands knows that they did, in fact stop counting, then he knows the number was definitively higher. “Could” is a hedge. The folks in charge stopped counting Salmon in August, and the run went on for three more months. It’s bold, it’s brazen, and it’s proof that there is, wait for it, a Great Big Conspiracy.
“By all accounts the fishing, when people were here, wasn’t that great, but we got escapement,” Sands said. He’s brazenly described the greatest salmon fishing year in all history as “not that great”.
The article goes on to say: “The pink harvest was roughly half the 20-year average. The coho harvest, while significantly lower than last year’s harvest of 240,000 silvers, was still above average. Sands said that some fishermen seemed disappointed with this year’s pink and silver fisheries. He explained that several factors likely contributed to the outcomes. The run timing to the Naknek-Kvichak, Egegik and Ugashik districts was the latest on record. Fishermen who might otherwise have fished for pinks and silvers, were still busy catching reds in those districts. Further, an oil spill from a capsized tender closed the Nushagak District for nearly a week at the end of July.”
I had to look up a separate story to learn that, on July 13, 2018 the U.S. Coast Guard received a report of a fuel spill in Gambell, Alaska. The amount releases was potentially 2,000 to 2,600 gallons of diesel or home heating oil. OR&R’s scientific support coordinator for the region was requested to discuss site characterization and potential spill response options.”
There’s no mention in the article as to what caused the fuel to spill.
I had to look up another separate story to learn that, on July 25, 2018 the U.S. Coast Guard sector in Anchorage reported that a fishing vessel had capsized in Nushagak Bay, approximately 11 miles south of Dillingham, Alaska. The vessel, FV Pacific Knight, was reported to have 800 gallons of diesel and 300 gallons of hydraulic oil onboard at the time it went down. A sheen was observed on the water.Alaska Department of Fish and Game issued an emergency fishing closure due to the 10 mile rainbow sheen that was observed during an overflight. Commercial fishing reopened on July 31.
There’s no mention in the article as to what caused the fishing vessel to capsize.
I had to look up a third separate article to learn that, on July 30, 2018: “Commercial fishing in Igushik closed due to fuel spill from F/V Pacific Knight”
Here’s a picture from the article:
The F/V Pacific Knight sank Wednesday near Clark’s Point. (Photo courtesy Mike Jones)
The article went on to say: “F/V Pacific Knight was carrying 1,100 gallons of diesel and hydraulic fuel when it sank.”
There’s no mention in the article as to what caused the flat, heavy fuel tender to capsize, and then sink.
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 “unclear”. That’s why the article goes on to say “Alaska Department of Fish and Game received a report that people in the area smelled fuel and saw a sheen on the water. How much fuel has spilled was unclear.”
There wasn’t one spill to mess with the pinks, there were THREE. One week after another. Only Tim and the author neglected to mention the other two.
Three big unexplained fuel spills right on top of the salmon run is something that a Mouth-breathing NPR-addict will have no trouble affirming was simply coincidental.
You can see how assiduous, serial fuel-spilling was used to try to negatively impact the largest salmon run in history, going all the way back to 1893, when Poor Mother Gaia was supposedly not dying, like she is now.
In September 2018, NYup.com said “DEC: Lake Ontario anglers seeing record catches of salmon, trout this year”.
Where “record” catches is general. And those anglers aren’t making those catches, but are rather only SEEING them. That’s called “hedging”, or “walking it back”.
Lake Ontario has been on fire this summer for trout and salmon fishing with record catches, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.”
Can you see how the author hedged “this YEAR” in the headline back to “this SUMMER” in the body? They’re minimizing and compartmentalizing the phenomenon. The general “RECORD catches” is used once again.
“The New York waters of Lake Ontario provide a world-famous recreational fishery for trout and salmon, and fishing has been exceptional this summer,” said DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos. “Preliminary results from the Lake Ontario Fishing Boat Survey indicate that fishing for Chinook salmon has been outstanding along the entire New York shoreline.”
Can you see how Basil is trying to make it seem like it’s a one-time EXCEPTION? And how he doesn’t let on that record salmon catches on Lake Ontario are part of a larger, wider trend being seen wherever there are salmon? That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.
Here’s Basil’s picture, using a purportedly-secret Illuminist hand gesture:
(DEC Commisioner Basil Seggos, using a purportedly-secret Illuminist hand gesture)
I’ve included his photo so you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like.
he article continues: “According to the DEC: “Fishing success is measured by ‘catch rate,’ which is the number of fish caught per boat trip. The catch rate for Chinook salmon during April to June 2018 set a record that was 227 percent above the previous five-year average. The catch rate for all trout and salmon species combined also surpassed the previous record high, more than 37 percent above the previous five-year average.”
The author tacked the snide “according to the DEC” on the front end to give the subconscious of the reader the green light to say “oh, that DEC will say ANYTHING”. The propagandist knows that many or most readers will grasp virtually any straw, no matter how thin, to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.
Did you notice how there’s no mention as to what led the salmon fishing to be “outstanding”? That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “stonewalling”.
In December 2018, a record number of Chinook Salmon returned to the Mokelumne River in California for the second year in a row.
“EBMUD Fisheries manager Jose Steka said a reason for the higher returns is due to the change in release strategies in recent years. Those strategies include cold water releases from the reservoirs, better management of hatchery fish, and habitat improvements in the river. Fish and wildlife technician Jason Shillam showed CBS13 how crews added gravel to the river and made more rearing habitat for the juvenile salmon.”
Where “cold water releases” is a bald-faced ruse…it’s the great increase in rainfall that’s caused the artificial heating of the rivers via water-restriction from those reservoirs to no longer be effective. What, it’s simply that no one thought of cooling the rivers via water releases, previously? There is, indeed, a sucker born every minute. Or, more correctly, the subconscious of many or most readers will grasp virtually any straw, no matter how thin, to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.
Salmon are booming and burgeoning to unprecedented levels regardless of geography. “Added gravel to the river” is sleight-of-hand.