The clash of feline positive electricity between Jen Psaki of the U.S. State Department and Gayane Chichakyan, Washington reporter for the Russia Today network, caused smoldering sub-rosa hostilities between the two. A mud-wrestling match was proposed as a way to discharge the build-up of thunder between Psaki and Chichakyan. (Background: Catfight Between Psaki, Chichakyan, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, December 19, 2014.)
A similar situation was depicted in “The Battle Of the PBS Stars”, broadcast on the old SCTV network. Intellectual-type people were challenged to compete in sports events, thereby creating a ludicrous situation of ivory tower meets the real world. In one of the fictional contests, a boxing match between Fred Rogers and Julia Child, Mr. Rogers was illegally assisted by King Friday, and Howard Cosell at ringside was suitably shocked. (See video clip hopefully embedded above.)
But the increasing catfight danger between Psaki and Chichakyan is no laughing matter, writes one Robert Bridge in an Op-Ed published at the Russia Today website. You may recall from yesterday’s blog entry how Jen Psaki, caught up in the whirlwind of her electrically-induced animosity towards Gayane Chichakyan, blurted out, “He signed it yesterday.” This was in regard to a sanctions bill passed by the U.S. Congress against Russia. But what was meant as a catty statement by Psaki turned out to be a gaffe on her part, opines Robert Bridge. When she declared that the Obama administration had signed off on more economic sanctions against Russia, this set off alarm bells in the Land of Putin. Jen Psaki had interrupted RT’s Gayane Chichakyan in the subtle fury of the feline fur arousals. It turns out however, at least according to Robert Bridge, that Psaki’s “misstatement was far worse than your average Psaki slip up.” When Psaki said, “He signed it yesterday”, she let the cat out of the bag, so to speak. 
So score one for Gayane Chichakyan in this latest version of “The Battle Of the PBS Stars”.
“There’s a beautiful stillness worth taking advantage of today,” writes Holiday Mathis in her general horoscope for December 20, 2014. The “news” fakers don’t work weekends and so the crisis du jour cannot exist without their presence. Be aware however that the Climate Prediction Center has “jumped on the cold train” for the end of December going into January. They have increased the probabilities for a colder than average period during this timeframe, reports Firsthand Weather. Weather.com separately advises that “Models are relatively consistent with advertising a deep Low developing across the Great Lakes Region Wednesday, Christmas Eve.” A “soggy mess” is forecast for Christmas Eve on America’s east coast. Across the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest cold air will filter in and an unknown amount of snow appears likely. 
The Ersjdamoo forecast notices a New Moon on December 22, 2014. These New Moons coincide with new cycles. This can mean sudden change in weather, but can also mean sudden change in another realm. Some unexpected crisis du jour usually roughly coincides with a New Moon. The underlying influence is electrical, and this can manifest as a change of weather, a change in Russian/U.S. relations, a heightening of catfight levels, or something else. Mikhail Gorbachev, former leader of the Soviet Union, has told Sophie Shevardnadze of Russia Today that the United States needs a Perestroika. (Perestroika was a political movement for reformation within the Communist Party of the Soviet Union during the 1980s, widely associated with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and his glasnost (meaning “openness”) policy reform.)  The “openness” means also “transparency”, but whether this would come from above or below remains to be seen. Be safe, be warm, and don’t let holiday stress discombobulate you.
——- Sources ——-
 “Latest Psaki gaffe no laughing matter”, by Robert Bridge. Russia Today, December 18, 2014. http://on.rt.com/m4y6ot
 “Winter Weather Watch 2014-2015: Three Winter Storms Possible Between Now and Christmas”, by Tom Niziol. Published Dec 19 2014. http://www.weather.com/storms/winter/news/winter-weather-watch-2014-2015-20140930
 “‘America needs a Perestroika’ – Gorbachev to RT”, Russia Today, December 17, 2014. http://on.rt.com/91u1z8