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This is an Open Source Intelligence mission.
One of my frustrations during the Plandemonium was the strange reluctance for various groups to open up information streams and documentation in order to better work together. The campfire.wiki project has made strides in compiling hundreds of articles incorporating tens of thousands of pieces of information that should be highly useful to any person who truly wants to educate himself or herself about everything going on during the Plandemonium. It's also an interminable project that is so far from being thorough that it can be an exercise in frustration at times. In order to keep out the professional wiki-editor propagandist types, we filter participation through Operation Uplift. It's a valuable project, but a slow process.
Yes, I have wondered if Chaos Agents put down or shift attention away from productive crowd-sources exercises. But that doesn't matter if there are motivated people adventurous enough to help. This is where people can stop being passive consumers of information, and help lay it all out straight.
What is This Exactly?
A few weeks ago I started doing something different. I began spending a certain amount of my work time compiling a Plandemonium Timeline. That's a more achievable goal if we want results in a span of mere weeks (it could even be days with the right participation). I have not nearly thumbed through my thousands of pages of research docs to populate it, yet. But I feel like I am already identifying trends and stories that I previously had not understood. And that's half the point!
If a group of us (concerned citizens) put our heads together, we could build this up to perhaps a few hundred pages in no time. So, I'd like to invite you in. All 30-something thousand of you.
Here is the document. Right now, this is read only access. You can see how I'm organizing it, and trying to label in a way consistent with an understandable font hierarchy.
Remember, as I've said, I haven't scratched the surface of all my other docs to fill this out. So, consider this merely 5% to 10% complete.
The Call to Action
I'd like to do this in pieces.
First, I would not mind a couple of additional editors. Currently, Liam Sturgess is the only one who has really touched the document at all besides myself, but it might be 99% or 100% my effort so far getting it started. The editors can help add pieces into the timeline. It helps a lot if the volunteers are people I have already communicated with, and know to be honest dealers. If they are among the Stackers, all the better. If you volunteer, do not be disappointed if I don't select you since I'll work with those I know first.
Second, this is time consuming. If I ask, "What are all the events that relate to the Plandemonium, I'm going to get a flood of 10,000 pieces of information. It'll be like walking over a floor full of legos. It's going to hurt, and I'll feel like quitting quickly. I'm sure you understand. I have maybe 3-4 hours a week for something like this. So, with various articles like this, I'm going to ask, "What are events in [this time span] that may be related to the Plandemonium, and why?"
The "and why?" part is because there are events that have shaped the global landscape over periods of decades that do seem related, such as the establishment of the Rockefeller Foundation. It is important to detail specific documents and events that connect this to the Plandemonium in some way. Otherwise, we're going to be bogged down in an impossible task. Also, I may not understand the relationship, so I may need to be educated on some pieces. Before last year, I would not have understood that the shift from ICD-9 medical coding to ICD-10 medical coding obscured the poor nature of some data collecting and documentation that relates to background rates of illness. This made researching for a court case I was asked about a few months ago a more challenging project—challenging enough that a lawyer I was trying to explain the task to blew up at me over it.
But as you can see from the document I'm working on, most of the information is simpler than that when it comes to 2019 onward. Heck, even 2008 onward is easier to interpret.
It is okay to over-suggest, but have a reason for the inclusion of a fact or story in mind. Very often, we do not make connections between facts until all of the facts are laid out, and that's much of the reason for this.
Special thanks to George Webb for the reminder of the value of citizen journalism.
Week 1 Task: Let's Catch Up on 2023 First
Write in the comments below, and please include links and citations with every suggestion. If you force me to look it up, it's less likely to wind up in the document.
Please and thank you. And GOGOGOGOGO.