The number of rubes getting wise in Canada increased by almost a third from 2018 to 2019

"I like a good detective story myself. Lots of nonsense written, though. Criminal discovered in last Chapter. Everyone dumbfounded. Real crime - you’d know at once.”

― Miss Howard, from " The Mysterious Affair at Styles ", by Agatha Christie, 1920

Even prior to the folks in charge releasing a bat virus that they’d added four amino acids to for increased transmissibility to humans, people knew that there was a fox in the henhouse. That’s why a story below from September of last year is headlined "Canadians’ trust in science falling , poll suggests".

While the article’s subhead reads: " A survey suggests that the trust Canadians place in science may be eroding."

Where the author has moved from saying that trust in science " is falling" in the headline, to saying that it " may be falling" in the subhead. In propaganda terms, that’s called “walking it back.”

As a bonus, they hedged it back yet another step by saying “the trust Canadians place in science is eroding”, versus straightforwardly and honestly saying “Canadian trust in science is eroding”.

The man practicing all that careful, clever tradecraft is named Bob Weber. He’s with The Canadian Press. Since we’ve already caught him at gamesmanship, we know he’s an agent, a flatfoot, a confidence man, a bad actor, a generational Satanist stooge.

You can’t identify them by their appearance. You can only identify them by their codified propaganda language.

For any lingering Coincidence Theorists in the readership who are wringing their hands and saying “oh, but he wouldn’t, he couldn’t”, I’m going to have to add some more items to the list.

In the article, Bob says “At a time when accelerating climate change and wildlife loss are placing science at the top of the public agenda, the survey found 32 per cent of respondents were skeptical about it. That was up from 25 per cent the previous year.”

The fact that Bob is talking about wildlife loss in the context of the largest animal populations ever seen on Earth lets you know how close he and his cohorts are to the end of their long, dark road.

April 1, 2013 - Yellowstone Bison Hunt Takes Record Numbers

So far in 2013 hunters have killed more wild bison migrating from Yellowstone National Park than any year since 1989.

He’s used another hedging generality, " up ", to cover a far more impactful statistic. It’s a 30% decrease in trust, in one year.

The number of rubes getting wise in Canada increased by almost a third from 2018 to 2019.

Cons, short for “confidence games”, can only succeed when the rube has trust, or “confidence”, in the self-described con “artist” who is trying to put one over on them.

They whiten their teeth, they read earnestly from teleprompters, they wear smashing clothing. They are invited as guests to talk shows.

It’s how the few control the many.

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. That’s why the article goes on to say:

“It moved from one person out of four to one person out of three,” Chartrand said. “It’s difficult for us to understand why .”

Where “difficult to understand” is a meme.

Bob closes by saying “And 30 per cent said they only believed science that aligned with their personal beliefs .”

He repeated the meme " believe " twice, to hammer it into your subconscious. He’s inferring that the public is being, er, unscientific , but the fact of the matter is that they simply don’t believe the scientists.

I’ll keep saying things in a different way to get my point across:

Roughly a third of Canadians think that the scientific establishment is lying.

Here’s Bob’s picture:

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I’ve included it so you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like. Nice suit, right? Earnest facial expression.

Oh, I forgot. You can identify them not only by their codified propaganda language, but also by their secret hand signs.

Did you notice how Bob’s using a Masonic hand sign? He figures the rubes will never notice.

The Candian Press’s Bob Weber is using conscious deception with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.

Focus with me. Look at his picture again:

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(From the Geneva Masonic Lodge website)

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(3 ways to join Freemasonry - wikihow)

They’re hiding in plain sight in every city, town and village on Earth, figuring the rubes will never notice.

It’s been a great racket for them, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. A literal “secret handshake club”.

The folks at the lower levels of the Masonic “religion”, or whatever it is they call it - perhaps even Bob - are in willful, programmed denial about the human sacrifice and cannibalism going on in its upper echelons.

And it’s not just the Masons. It’s every pyramidally-constructed Organization on Earth.

It’s how a relatively few bloodline-related (and literally-blood-drinking) con artists control and fleece untold billions of wholly-credulous rubes.

The first rule of Fight Club is that you don’t talk about Fight Club.

The second rule of Fight Club is that you don’t talk about Fight Club.

Jeff Miller, Brooklyn, New York, July 12, 2020

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September 23, 2019 - Canadians’ trust in science falling , poll suggests

44% consider scientists ‘elitists’ and many discount science that doesn’t align with personal beliefs

A survey suggests that the trust Canadians place in science may be eroding.

The survey, by the polling firm Ipsos for the multinational 3M company, also found that nearly half of those surveyed thought scientists are elitist and that a significant number of respondents discounted findings that don’t accord with their personal beliefs.

“While science skeptics represent the minority of Canadians, their number is increasing ,” said Richard Chartrand of 3M Canada. “This trend is concerning because it shows that distrust is growing .”

The Canadian figures are from a global survey of more than 14,000 people between July and September 2018. It’s the second year 3M has done the research.

At a time when accelerating climate change and wildlife loss are placing science at the top of the public agenda, the survey found 32 per cent of respondents were skeptical about it. That was up from 25 per cent the previous year.

“It moved from one person out of four to one person out of three,” Chartrand said. “It’s difficult for us to understand why .”

The study’s results were conflicting. While doubt was growing, nine out of 10 respondents said they still trusted research results.

Answers to other questions showed that trust to be wary.

Nearly half — 44 per cent — said they considered scientists “elitists.”

Of those who said they were skeptical of science, about one-third felt scientists were influenced by government agendas. Another third thought science has been swayed by corporate agendas.

And 30 per cent said they only believed science that aligned with their personal beliefs.

Other findings have echoed this survey.

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