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All we need is healthy food and some peace of mind. There is plenty for everyone’s need, there will never be enough for anyone’s greed. Only when all fish are gone and there is no tree to shelter the birds, people will understand they can not eat meoney.

Hyjacked for a long time now, at least since 1648 in a game called ‘money for nothing’, it is certain an ending is approaching where financial depth can not be repayed in the fictional values of worlds financial constructions.

Hyperreal accounting, fictional values can not sustain real needs.

screenshot 2020 11 29 espacenet results dutch showing patent filed on 2015 10 13

screenshot 2020 11 29 espacenet results show pending since 2015 10 13

In control of exponentional growing welth, in cartels like the bilderberg group, based on ages of privileges, involving families like Maxwell and the Rothchild, using unrealistic financial products including money printing, it is only a matter of time and a simple calculation of owning enough (human) resources to outplay the next opponent. Those citizens, at the lowest end in chains of power, each shackle forced to force the lower one into things no one actually needs, on each level unaware of the reality constructed from behind the scenes. Democracy will be blamed, for both our luck and dispaear, and we will keep faith in it, while money is being printed by others.

Only those in power need to control the low end by keeping it occupied. Everyone in between who does not question the reality of things, is a carrier of financial depth and a self fullfilling prophecy for egocentric nihilism in an overconsumed world. Distractions of casual fun, sex and entertainment do not solve the problems in society anymore. Ambition, competition and pleasure have reach their ends to fullfill the greed of the indoctrinated masses. To choose or not to choose what will be given attention, that is real power. Also in a democracy.

Somehow a link to an article from 2007 in the New York Times is very insightfull. It is about a pandemic that actually wasn’t a pandemic because of false PCR testing diagnostics. Recently the CORMAN-DROSTEN REVIEW REPORT also explaines Corona-PCR-Test-False-positives. But does the science matter?

Maybe science only matters if you can relate to what reality is, how we can define it. It is in the 21e century that we cannot be sure of reality anymore, a hyperreality has allready taken over in the late 1990’s.

One thing we can clearly see, the science isn’t settled and many mistakes are made trying to settle it. To many mistakes for a so-called intelligent species if you ask me. Patent for covid-19 testing filed in 2015, Scientists 2020 and NY times article 2007 explains PCR Pandemie fiction, no real threat caused by covid-19 with a fatality rate between 0,05 and 0,3.

Take 1, scene 1: choose conspiracy theory; Testmethods for covid-19 filed in 2015

A covid-19 testmethod patent filed in oktober 13 2015. See the application:

The patent content indeed looks a bit strange, and News agency Reuters has a human application error as simple explanation.

No satisfaction? The date 2015 10 13 shows that the term covid-19 is used long befor a pandemic of a ‘new’ virus was declared. And how exactly is this named covid-19, while the number 19 in covid-19 was refering to the year of dicovery of the novel virus? Not 2015, 2017 or 2020 as might be obvious reading the verdict of the Reuter article (Thompson Reuters as in Thompson).
And so worlds largest news agency provides an explanation (cover up) of a human error after 5 years undiscovered, while the error is supposed to be made by an organisation with the main purpose to register data correctly and involves an applicant named Rothchild?!

Yes, people make mistakes, coincidents excist, and we all know how to accept some mistakes. Isn’t this a mistake we should not accept before at least question the purpose of Reuters sending out this message at this particular moment? Why does this Reuter fact-check article not show (parts of) the documents that can proof the corrections, create a tree of changes to compare differences in the registered content? Like  coders do in their favourite code repository app, branching out the versions. After an application is filed a patent agency should keep track of those branches, shouldn’t they?

Take 2, scene 1: choose science; report on the PCR test

NY Times article Pandemie Fiction 2007

NY Times 2007 article pcr pandemie fiction

Take 3, scene 1:  choose history; New York Times about PCR results in 2007 – or see article screenshot

Take 4, scene: observing and grasping what our hyperreality brings

Hyperreal is a term used in postmodern philosophy and has been described by many brilliant modern day philosophers. Jean Baudrillard was first to use the world hyperreality and describe its meaning. Other theorists have modified and added to Baidrillard’s definition. Some have evaluated the effects of hyperreality and the causes behind it. Plato discussed the ‘ideal forms’ of which our perception of reality was an approximation. In hyperreality, it is assumed that our approaches become detached from ideal forms, leaving our perceptions of reality based on other approaches, without the ability to restore the original true form. A multitude of dogmas stem from corruption in science and philosophy, which affect psychology, economics, and culture. On a psychological level, individuals are forced to conform to lies and to deny themselves until their authenticity becomes irrelevant, their individuality becomes annoying and the truth no longer has a voice. The most important notice about our Hyper-reality is the possibility of losing sight of the horizon of reality in a world intertwined with so many signs that only refer to concepts anchored in a virtual world and offered to us 24/7 in real time.

Hyperreality is the inability to distinguish reality from a simulation of reality.

When someone has lost all sense of reality they easily become subject to psychological oppression. This is why it is extremely important to understand our present hyperreal experience of our world.

Medias create a false reality which people who are looking for actual reality consume. Many times, different Medias benefit financially from providing false realities to serve to people because the desire for actual reality is so strong. The lucrative implications of hyperreality can explain the insurgence of ‘reality’ TV programming and digitally enhanced magazine covers. The lucrative implications of hyperreality also effect the type of news that is delivered to people. Media outlets that deliver news content, especially, 24 hour news stations portray news in a way that differs from reality. This does not necessarily mean that facts are distorted or changed from what is real, but rather the way the news is presented does not directly align with reality.

In present day this does mean that powerfull organisations are able to prededict your future. It is not reality that changes, it is your perception of reality that is molded by medias and corporate influencers everywhere. From the top powerfull institutions and organisations make up warplans hidden in utopianesque better-the-world plans and push those top-down, the chain of command secured by financial power, into the minds of the masses, hardworking and trustfull people who do not see need to question the original naration to have a sence of cause and causality.