"The Ballad of Mack the Knife" was written in German in 1928 ("Die Moritat von Mackie Messer"), premiering in Berlin in what is known in English as The Threepenna Opera.Based on the historical thief Jack Sheppard, and the fictional highway robber Macheath, one could call it a modern form of the medieval murder ballad ("moritat"). The song recounts the crimes of Mack the Knife.
Here are a few things to string together ... The public is waking up from its co-dependent slumber, its acceptance of the fictions perpetrated by major media (for many decades). Watch Neil Sedaka getting them ready:
Now, this video about the Trump/Russia "scandal," which has been great for TV ratings!
And after that admission, we have Brad Pitt and Nicole Kidman telling us pedophilia is all over Hollywood and pedophiles rule the world! Read more here and here, and get ready for a very nervous, very confused America ...
"Stress" is a relatively new word in English, only dating back to the 1800s, even though its root (French estrecier) issues from around 1300. Today, it is a word you hear daily, inferring mental/emotional pressures, and if sustained in the extreme, this kind of pressure has severe effects. Below are the stories of a few whose modern lives drove them to their limits:
WeatherWar 101has made a very simple video on the Earth's water cycle, which is no longer natural, but is now supplied by artificial means. Please watch.
Here is a summary of what underlies WW101's journey:
WeatherWar101 tells us that the "condensation" fueling today's deluges of rain and hail is obtained from " ... power plants.There are 7000 power plants in the United States, and 62,500 power plants worldwide. These power plants, which run on steam -- which is itself water vapor -- have a particular type of equipment, separate from the actual power-generation process, with the capacity to vaporize tens of thousands of gallons of water per minute. This technology is known as WSAC (Wet Surface Air Cooling).
The stated purpose of these WSAC systems is to cool the working fluid that goes through the power-plant generators so it can be used again, but this doesn't explain why these ‘add-on’ facilities are often much bigger than the power plants themselves. There is NO logical explanation for needing such huge facilities just to cool working fluid. As you can see from the image below, all of those huge structures blowing water vapor into the air cannot just be there to cool working fluid, and if they were, the need to blow tens (or hundreds) of thousands of gallons of water vapor into the air every minute to supposedly ‘conserve’ working fluid for re-use makes no logical sense at all.
"So, what I discovered is that the timed and coordinated release of massive amounts of water vapor from these facilities is the SOURCE of the water-vapor bursts you see on satellite imagery every single day. I discovered that these bursts are the CAUSE of severe storms and floods. And they are coordinated to fuel passing storm systems(again, viewable every day), proving that this massive effort is deliberate. The fact that the same visual evidence exists on satellite imagery going back to the very first weather-radar satellite images (over 50 years), proves that this operation has been in development and in use for a very long time – clearly without any public knowledge or consent.
Below are some very short explanatory videos that show and prove exactly what I’m talking about. The first one is 7 minutes, the others are barely 2 minutes. I made them incredibly short, to account for people’s incredibly short attention span. PLEASE take the time to check them out. It will provide an exponential leap in consciousness and awareness which EVERYONE needs on this issue, and that is entirely the intent. You can see how much effort I put into this explanation, so please – feedback would be very much appreciated." --WeatherWar101
We are aware of tree decline as a result of geoengineering/aerosol spraying, but a new post on ElectricalPollution.com shows damage to trees that relates to cellular signal emissions from nearby towers. Of note is that RF meter readings can be taken at the tree location, on one side or another and at various heights, and these readings correspond with visible damage on the tree (dying leaves, bare branches). Click on the image below to see actual meter readings.
The main features of damage from this source are: - Trees are mainly affected on one side (showing side differences and unilateral damage) and can appear in any orientation. The damage only originates on one side. - Damage appears without external indications that the tree is infested with insects, nematodes, fungi, bacteria or viruses. - Damage appears on trees, which have previously grown well. Damage appears on once healthy trees within one or two years after Antennas were put into operation. - Damage increases from the outside to the inner part of the crown over time. - Trees of different species in the same location also show damage.
The article also makes clear that, in spite of all the "sustainability" blather we hear every day,
Contrary to industry representations, wireless technology is neither a sustainable nor environmentally-friendly technology because wireless connectivity uses far more energy than wired connectivity. According to Energy Consumption in Wired and Wireless Access Networks, "Wireless technologies will continue to consume at least 10 times more power than wired technologies ...
Very well done! A new film on weather modification (which has been given plenty of other confusing names). Let the mouthpieces tell us how they have been doing it for years and years ... Matt Landman made this documentary for the uninitiated, but it supplies plenty of missing history for the rest of us.
Hollywood was made to follow a moral code for films, which was created back in 1930 but not strictly enforced until 1934. Described as "industry moral guidelines," also known as the Hays Code, it was followed until 1968, and was the precursor to today's G, PG, R and X ratings. In 1915 the Supreme Court ruled that free speech did not extend to motion pictures; New York was the first state to have a censorship board (1921), due to the amount of lewd material showing up in performances. Read a full interesting history here, which includes images from films familiar to us today. The Code disallowed excessive kissing, firearms pointed at the camera, and a long list of plenty of other things.
From 1930 to 1934, the Code was not enforced due to staffing shortages,and in this time films like Frankenstein got through -- in violation of Code rules, but not yet censored. The Song of Songs, directed by Rouben Mamoulian and starring Marlene Dietrich,was another that escaped censorship, and portrays the destruction and debasement of a young woman's soul. Read a great write-up about it here, almost as good as watching the film.
It was a tight industry secret back in the day -- that another woman was the singing voice of Natalie Wood in West Side Story, Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, and other stars in Hollywood films. Here's a short interview with Marni Nixon, who tells us she was threatened with never working again if she were to let the secret be known! "The studio -- 20th Century Fox -- called me, and they said that if anyone ever knew that I did any part of a dubbing, they would see to it that I wouldn't work in town again."
Compare Marni's singing with Audrey Hepburn's own voicehere and here.