Neverlake, Google and the Fed

Neverlake 2013 Trailer (Not seen? The Google YouTube is goggling.)

As of 3:15 am Central Time the Google is goggling. I can “ping” it with no problem but “Secure Connection Failed” says the Firefox web browser. The “lynx” text-only web browser connects fine, but you can’t evaluate videos with a text-only browser. The Chrome browser which Google coincidentally makes does connect. So is it the Firefox or is it the Google which has the problem?

This is what was meant by being “strafed by the Messerschmitts” with which Ersjdamoo signed off the June 16th blog entry. The “Messerschmitt attack” of two days ago involved “blinking power”, miniature brown-outs. You couldn’t exactly call them brown-outs for they just “blinked” for less than a second. That however was enough to knock out the AT&T DSL Internet connection and cause a one-minute delay while it rebooted. The computer blinked also but stayed afloat.

So “Messerschmitt attacks” against Ersjdamoo are recorded for June 16th and today, June 18th.

The “Messerschmitt attacks” are coming from the demons. The demons are filled with rage and hate against all humans. However all humans have two angels always with them. The two angels stand guard, otherwise we all would be instantly ripped to shreds. Sometimes, for inscrutable purposes, the Almighty allows the Messerschmitts to penetrate the angel defenses. This is probably allowed in order to help us to grow. [1]

In yesterday’s blog entry, Kurdish Women Fight ISIS, mention was made of an Associated Press report. The AP report, “Interest-rate rises mostly a good sign”, had been found in the print version of the local newspaper, The Clem Kadiddlehopper Special (pseudonym). The interest rates had already begun to rise! How could the rates rise without the “Fed” exercising authority over them? And somehow AP knew that the interest rates would not be climbing “fast or high”.

The Clem Kadiddlehopper Special has an online presence. Checking there I found that the print version of the AP report had been abbreviated. The full version gives the complete explanation. Since mid-April, the yields on 10-year U.S. Treasurys have gone from 1.85 percent to 2.36 percent. That explains how the interest rates can be rising without the “Fed” decreeing so. As for interest rates not to be climbing “fast or high”, that is not (as implied in the printed version) written in stone but is only a “cautious prediction” from economists.

(Clem Kadiddlehopper was a character invented by the late Red Skelton. Skelton was born in Vincennes, Indiana in 1913. Clem Kadiddlehopper was based on a Vincennes neighbor named Carl Hopper, who was hard of hearing. [2])

“The horror, the horror,” gasps renegade Colonel Walter E. Kurtz (Marlon Brando) in the 1979 movie, Apocalypse Now. Nine persons are dead after a shooting at a South Carolina church. A white man opened fire, it is reported. The nine victims are African-American. Here we go, “Big Crisis” of the week has arrived. “News” reactions will be predictable. One portion of reactions will be “evil white persons.” Much blab was heard yesterday on the first hour of the Rush Limbaugh radio show on the subject of the white guilt complex. But succinctly, and disregarding Old Blabbermouth, it boils down to the question of “Sinners.”

What did Jesus mean when He said “he who is without sin can cast the first stone”? That is from John, chapter 8. A woman had been caught in adultery. Moses had commanded that such persons must be stoned to death. What Jesus said, in John 8: verse 7 was, “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.”

The point is, we are all sinners. It is not just a white thing, but part of the overall human condition. Those who succumb to white guilt complex mistake their own vague inner perceptions of human sinfulness to be a uniquely white guilt. It’s not. All are sinners, even those who cast the first stone and run around crying “evil white people.”

“The horror, the horror.” After all the Messerschmitt attacks and the latest “Big Crisis” distraction, I can finally mention an excellent movie: Neverlake, released in 2013 and currently available on Netflix. Neverlake is not an “Italian slasher horror film”, as Wikipedia wrongly describes it. [3] (Unless you call a doctor performing operations a “slasher”.) It is, rather, inspired by a poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792 – 1822), “The Sensitive Plant.” Neverlake is the story of a sixteen-year-old girl called Jenny who leaves New York to return to the place of her birth in Tuscany in order to reunite with her father. However she is harrowed by disturbing visions, eerily centered on the water in the nearby mystical lake. These visions are in some way like the haunting dreams that Shelley and Mary Shelley experienced shortly before Shelley’s drowning at sea in 1822. [4]

And that’s a wrap. The Messerschmitt attacks and the weekly “Big Crisis” distraction have foreshortened further discussion of an excellent movie. The demons have penetrated the angel defenses. It is all to some inscrutable purpose, I suppose.

——- Sources ——-
[1] Acknowledgement to the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg.
[2] “Red Skelton”, Wikipedia, June 18, 2015.
[3] “Neverlake”, Wikipedia, June 18, 2015.
[4] “Neverlake, a new psychological thriller inspired by Shelley’s poetry”, http://tinyurl.com/q5wphky

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About ersjdamoo

Editor of Conspiracy Nation, later renamed Melchizedek Communique. Close associate of the late Sherman H. Skolnick. Jack of all trades, master of none. Sagittarius, with Sagittarius rising. I'm not a bum, I'm a philosopher.
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