Am I the only one who sees this all as a perfectly directed Hollywood movie? 35,000 matricians marched through the streets of Londen yesterday. Put the People first. Strange. There is not much chit-chat about we hate the government-like people, there is no apparent reason. It’s first time for me to see Police pumping up the numbers of a protest like this. Majority of the chit-chat says lower numbers – I mean waaaaay lower. Ain’t that strange? Yet it is all over the MSM. It’s like: please go protest, knock some policeguys dead and set a bank on fire and return home. Why is this so promoted? So the financial crisis was suddenly set in motion September 11th, 2008, and even the counter-reaction is now manufactured on March 28, 2009. Great. Because people don’t care. People don’t believe they can change anything. I’m talking about the massive masses. If these people get out on the street, they won’t patiently wait untill PTB organises a G20 circus, they won’t ask permission the the Major of London, and they sure as hell, wont be organized in Non-Governmentals, Unions and Charity organisations. Come on. Read the rest of this entry »
Just as predicted in the HalfPastHuman Reports, Metro (Belgian Newspaper) reports today that more people than ever went missing in 2008 in Belgium. We know this thanks to some pedofile issues in recent years in Belgium, which triggered the creation of a Cell Missing Persons, which now monitors the ammount of missing people. Article is in Dutch.
People somehow involved in the recent violence in Western Europe shouldn’t read this article as it might offend their feelings.
2009 has been a tough ride for this society so far. We had the guy above murder 2 babies and 1 supervisor some weeks ago in Dendermonde, Belgium. We had a psychiatric patient stabbing 3 police men in Ghent, Belgium last week. Little before we had some school drama killing 15 pupils in a school in Winnenden, Germany, and now reports hit our desks about a new psycho in Liege, Belgium (again). The latter stabbed 4 random people in a bar. Agreed, this happens once in a while, but after 3,5 months, it is almost safe to say there is a new trend emerging. Read the rest of this entry »
This blog is being translated to Dutch, but will continue in English as well. However there will be a slow down in posting. The scheduled posts about prepping and cracking the matrix will be published on time, but there will be less newsflashes and other posts. Can I complain for a second? Yes I can: I have to do most of the posting myself, because the other Numbers are too busy doing the real work: prepping and researching. We’re also meeting up with new candidates and most of us still have quite a bit of a matrix life to continue in. So stay tuned. Dutch blog is under construction here. If you can help translate please contact us.
Since we’re assured that building a nuclear power plant isn’t a good idea in the wake of the 2012 events, we needed to look elsewhere to see how we could have energy in our future colony.
This is the way we looked at things. Our energy system needs to be:
- sustainable. The fewer mechanical parts the better. Mechanical stuff needs more maintenance and is less efficient than non moving energy systems.
- clean. Waste is pollution and pollution is waste. Of a 100% resources input, we need to have at least a 100% energy output.
- compartmented. Centralized energy systems are less efficient because quite a bit of energy gets sucked up by the transportation of it. So the closer the energy generator is to the energy consumer, the better. This also means we shouldn’t stockpile energy, as stockpiling energy means a loss of energy as well.
- silent. Noise creates stress among the colonists.
- discrete. High windmills are visible from great distance and make the colony to be easily discoverable by matrix folks – something we try to avoid. Read the rest of this entry »