Timing is everything, why COVID had to be released late last year – The conspiracy continues…

The last component of the plan and the hardest to implement is how to get both ends of the radicalized spectrums infected and controlled at the same time.

The Election, Daylight Savings and Halloween Candy… I mean really this literally writes itself. Now if I could only write.

But first,

Before Edmonton was ‘testing central’ there was Port Arthur Ontario. It’s July 1 1908 and the first test in the World of Daylight Savings Time. (What we’re ‘saving’ is up for debate)

By United Cigar Stores Company (sponsor); artist unknown – Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, WWI Posters, LC-USZC4-10663 (color film copy transparency),uncompressed archival TIFF version (60 MB), Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1783933

Again, I have to ask, ‘Why Canada?’ Surely to god there are other places that can be testing centres? This mystery is yet unsolved.

And on that fateful morning in 1908 we heard the words that are now echoed world wide, in languages too numerous to list, ‘This is fucking stupid.” And no it wasn’t a reference to cousins having relations. An extract from Wikipedia on how DST became a major tool for businesses:

In the mid-1980s, Clorox and 7-Eleven provided the primary funding for the Daylight Saving Time Coalition behind the 1987 extension to U.S. DST. Both senators from IdahoLarry Craig and Mike Crapo, voted for it based on the premise that fast-food restaurants sell more French fries during DST, which are made from Idaho potatoes.[76] taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daylight_saving_time#History

But it is the last date change for the time change that impacts our meandering through this misadventure in conspiracy, again from our fiends at Wiki:

From year to year, the dates on which to change clock may also move for political or social reasons. The Uniform Time Act of 1966 formalized the United States’ period of daylight saving time observation as lasting six months (it was previously declared locally); this period was extended to seven months in 1986, and then to eight months in 2005.[55][56][57] The 2005 extension was motivated in part by lobbyists from the candy industry, seeking to increase profits by including Halloween (October 31) within the daylight saving time period.[58] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daylight_saving_time#History

And so we have a president, George W Bush passing the Energy act of 2005, giving trick or treaters the extra hours of daylight needed to ingest more sugar…cuz kids are important…

In the throws of our pentulement action, the conclusion of the collusion of control that has been underway with COVID, it falls on Halloween and the US Election to have the greatest impact. And all those years ago it started with Daylight savings time, in Ontario, that’s planning, Doug Ford.

The rest of this tragic tale of control is simple and straightforward.

People suffering from adjusting their circadian rhythm’s from daylight savings time, generally jacked up on candy, caffeine and COVID containment measures are going to vote in the US. The expectation is the highest voter turnout in years.

So now, dear friends, the simple matter of how the chemicals, additives and crspr concoctions will be ingested by the masses.

For the electronic voting system the ingestion of control substances is straight forward. Each voting machine is cleaned between use, with government sanctioned sterilized products, that contain the reagent for controlling humanity.

As for paper ballots – ballots have to be produced somewhere, and somewhere is a chad hanging on for you to touch it. or more specifically the ballot.

The radicalization of both the right and left is complete from the control of social media. After all, being contained during COVID, social media is all that we have to do.

I suggest you read the following article from the NYTIMES this past April…
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/04/07/technology/coronavirus-internet-use.html

As previously mentioned, The Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma

You can see how it’s all coming together, this Utopia of ours. We are doomed and it’s Halloween tonight, the perfect night to be doomed on.

Be Well…dcd

Better to submit…

Well, for better or worse, the first submission is in.  For some reason I became roadblocked on being able to edit the story any further.  I knew there were, there are, parts that are just bad.

But, better to submit. The deadline was less than two weeks away and I knew that I was just going to procrastinate and not get any writing done. I am better for shipping it off then wasting time non-editing. Big thanks to Courtney for giving me the final kick and just send it in. She’s a Mom, gamer, writer and a member of WWP, my Monday night writing group.

Although this was just a short story, it showed me that there are many muscles to writing that I haven’t discovered yet.

Here’s the short list:

  • Just because I think that writing in second person is really cool. Doesn’t mean I can write in second person. Baby steps. First person, third person. The basics.
  • I had fun writing and researching the story. Writing is fun  and I enjoy it.
  • What ever “resistance” is, I understand that it is the enemy of the writer, more than writer’s block. In my case it impairs my writing more than lack of discipline. More on this in the coming weeks.
  • My wife is far more patient than I realized.

But why is it better to submit?

It’s better because submitting the story gets me one step closer to being a published writer. If you never submit you never get published. Part of being a writer is being published. For me, I know that I won’t get better unless I go through the whole of the process. You need all the skills of a writer to be a better writer and that includes the submission process. It means the idea, researching, outlining writing and editing phases are completed.

More importantly, it takes it out of my hands. I’m done with it. If by some miracle it gets accepted, then I will learn a whole new set of skills. Working with an editor. Which I will bore you all with.

It also forced me to write a cover letter for this anthology submission, including a short bio. One thing I have learned is that many writers, hate bio’s. Hate is not strong enough for some of them. It is a reality of being a writer in this day age. Here’s mine, feel free to laugh, I know I did.

Douglas had his first detention in kindergarten for colouring outside the lines. It was also his last. (The jury is still out if this was good or bad)

A remedial reader until the summer between Grade six and Grade seven, when his concerned parents bought him a subscription to Sports Illustrated. (Pre-Swim Suit Era thank-you very much). 

In grade seven he discovered he was an advanced reader and found Heinlein. He proceeded to devour all manners of Science Fiction and Fantasy. His selfie with Guy Gavriel Kay this past summer is one of his treasures. We all need heroes, especially in this day and age. 

An unpublished writer currently, his primary goal for this writing year are rejections for his novels “Engine Failure – Book One of the System War” and “Markaz: The First City” (Book one of the Four Magics Series). All authors he respects have rejections.

By day Douglas works in Information Systems at a Law Firm. At night he writes when his cat Jaeger allows. Unless he is playing Uber Driver for his youngest son. 

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Be Well… dcd