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R.R. Book

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Re: Examples of foreshadowing by MSM / PTB
« Reply #90 on: March 25, 2018, 05:14:54 AM »
Stargate maybe?

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Re: Examples of foreshadowing by MSM / PTB
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Re: Examples of foreshadowing by MSM / PTB: The Economist bicycle glyph
« Reply #92 on: July 25, 2018, 09:50:09 AM »
Revisiting our discussion of possibly prophetic glyphs on the cover of the Economist magazine at the beginning of this year. 
http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6717.msg102386.html#msg102386

Courtesy of Kostelac in a previous video of his, several attempts were made to arrange the glyphs according to color, and then by possible month in 2018.  One version placed the bicycle glyph as the sole icon for July, being the only one of that color, and possibly representing the Tour de France which spans nearly the entire month from July 7 - July 29.  Located at the dead center of all the icons on the cover of the magazine, the bicycle might have foreshadowed a pleasant highlight of summer, except that what is going on in the background is far more important.

This morning, the Oppenheimer Ranch Project channel shared a MSM story of the Tour being marred by a shower of tear gas which hit cyclists, targeted by police at protesting farmers who had blocked the Tour with hay bales in the middle of the road.  France has suffered major crop losses this year due to numerous weather-related setbacks, and farmers are thwarted in their expectations of promised compensation from the EU.  If they cannot make up financially for losses suffered, then farmers may lose their farms.  What has happened agriculturally in France is symbolic of what is taking place in the rest of the world, which similarly has suffered crop losses, the price of which we will all soon be feeling at the market.

In addition, the dates of the Tour match the time-frame of a set of monumental July astronomical events that are quietly playing out in the heavens, as we have recently discussed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icU0hraN_B8  @ around 7:00

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/tour-de-france-riders-tear-gas-farmer-protest-chris-froome-geraint-thomas/








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Re: Examples of foreshadowing by MSM / PTB
« Reply #93 on: July 25, 2018, 02:27:48 PM »
Am trying to figure out why the French farmers would lose their farms if they don't receive compensation from EU for weather conditions ruining their crops.  Are they totally heavily in debt and owe a bunch of $$ for pesticides and fertilizer? 

That kind of thing has happened in the past in the U.S., when farmers were urged to "get big or get out", and they subsequently "got big", borrowed massive money, ended up with huge debt they couldn't repay.  Is it deja vu in France?

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Re: Examples of foreshadowing by MSM / PTB
« Reply #94 on: July 25, 2018, 03:37:07 PM »
Non-subsistence farmers - those who grow cash crops - who don't have another occupation on the side, rely upon what they earn during the growing season to:

1. Run their household and feed their families the rest of the year
2. Pay taxes
3. Provide seed for next spring's planting, plus any soil amendments procured off-site
4. Keep aging machinery and infrastructure in repair
5. Pay insurance
6. Possibly pay hired helpers as needed

Here in the U.S., crop insurance can be purchased to cover losses, but that is also somewhat a socialized method of defraying costs, as the risk is pooled.  The federal government backs up the insurers, as well as offering subsidies, as there is a national interest, as well as an international one, in the success of farms of all size that grow cash crops for the marketplace.  So the EU is essentially doing the same thing.   

While you and I practice some degree of subsistence farming, the majority of people in the developed world don't.  You and I also may have a second source of income, such as a wage earner in the family or Social Security maybe from a non-farming job, but full-time farmers are self-employed and would only draw retirement benefits if they paid into the program. 

Not sure how to define "getting big," but maybe if 50% of a farm's produce is sold in the marketplace, then the farm would be half commercial and half subsistence.  Am not speaking of agribusinesses such as Cargill, which are entirely commercial, owning multiple farms around the world and serving as a major employer.

My guess is that the majority of farms have taken out bridge loans at one time or another to help them through a lean year, putting up their next cash crop as collateral.  That's part of the risk of modern farming, and possibly one of the reasons the IMF / World Bank have been so eager to make loans to small farmers in the non-developed world.
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