Most of us have noticed, maybe subconsciously, that things are getting weird. Routinely guys down at the coffee shop read the paper, puzzle over a story, and conclude “that’s nuts.” What’s happening? The answer is in these overlooked news stories:
- “China has ordered TV stations across the country not to air any detective shows, spy thrillers or dramas about time-travel for the next three months.” The inventors of printing, civilization, the wheel, fire, and language itself would not undertake heavy-handed censorship like repressive totalitarians without compelling need.
- New Zealand probes mystery ‘kiwi’ found in Russian port: The kiwi is a flightless bird, yet it was found in Sochi, ten thousand miles from its native New Zealand.
- “The South Pacific island nation of Samoa is to jump forward in time by one day in order to boost its economy.” That’s the key to the puzzle. The last time Samoa tried this stunt was in 1892, when violence broke out in disparate parts of world.
Clearly the consequences of Samoa’s risky time jump are again playing themselves out. The shift ’caused’ the kiwi to be transported half way around the world, and Osama bin Laden to suddenly appear in Pakistan. It strains credulity to think he could have been there for years without the Pakistanis knowing. Some would have you believe the Pakistanis are simply corrupt and incompetent; others say they’re playing a double game. Neither of these theories explains the kiwi, or the involvement of China, Pakistan’s long-time ally.
Watch for connections like this, whether in the past or the future, and they quickly become visible. Princess Beatrice’s hat; the Volkswagen Kharmen Ghia; the last-minute addition of twelve men to this picture of Secretary Clinton – inexplicable as rational choices, they can only be consequences of clumsy attempts to cover up space-time manipulation, just like the poor kiwi.