Suzi (25 Jan 2011)
"To Kent Crumpler RE: Dead Birds, Fish, Beasts..."
When you think of how many creatures have
died in such a short amount of time and in such huge numbers, and
except for the initial shock and horror right after the New Year, it's
not even getting headlines anymore.
No 'expert' can give a 'good
reason' for it all. They throw out 'theories' 'assumptions' and
'speculations'...but it is all a big mystery. Yet, again, it's not
raising the hue and cry that it should be.
I've always wondered,
how in the world there would/could be people 'left behind' who would
NOT see the truth...who would just blindly 'take' what the 'media' and
'the experts' said at face value. Well...now we see how easy it can be
done. Horrifying to say the least. Are 'we' that numb to disasters that
we just skim over such major events? I guess so.
So many will be
duped, so many have hardened their hearts, it will be so easy to fool
the masses. It will make it even harder for those who 'get it' to
survive after it all goes down...they will be the 'resistance', they
will be the 'rebels'...those who don't listen, and 'fall for' the lies
they will be fed.
I think we know are awake and watching SEE
that these 'small things' that scientists actually try to convince us
is 'natural', are really something 'big' and connected to the 'big
picture'. And yes, we are considered 'fringe' believers in 'conspiracy
theories'. huh. Well, pass me my tin foil hat, cuz I will gladly park
myself in the camp who does not swallow the lies, hook, line and
sinker. Better safe than sorry.
I fully expect more and more
'animal' deaths, moving up the 'food chain', with, yes, people in the
mix. Maybe that's exactly how it's supposed to work out, that's how
Satan gets the foothold, the ability to confuse the masses. They have
been conditioned to believe that due to global warming/climate
change/whatever, things are dying. When people vanish, it will be taken
with just the same amount of shock and awe as when the first birds fell
out of the sky on New Year's Eve. What a way to mark a year! *when we
were kids, we'd always say, 'whatever you were doing on New Year's Eve
would be how you spent the coming year*. huh.
It's very scary when the 'strange' and 'unusual' becomes 'normal'.