Rat Watch

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By Anna Von Reitz

Thanks to all the wonderful people who have joined us in our formerly lonely “Rat Watch” activity!  
 
It is such a personal joy and pleasure for me to know that thousands upon thousands of people worldwide are now awake and watching the rats, so that it is getting increasingly difficult for them to pull their crappola by hiding it in a corner and burying it under piles of paper.  
 
They can no longer hide a single sentence in 2500 pages of gobbledygook, because there are now enough eyes and ears to sort through it all.  And report back.  
 
Here is another nugget that everyone needs to know. 
 
According to the WEF, the pandemic “exercise” that demanded “maintaining social distancing, wearing masks, mass vaccinations and acceptance of contact-tracing” was all a test to see how compliant all the sheeple will be when the Vermin demand that each and every one of us report on ourselves and each other to monitor our “personal carbon emissions” and no doubt, “voluntarily” pay taxes for every cow fart on our farms. 
 
Meanwhile, the actual cause of increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide is ignored. 
 
It appears that nobody is bribing the “scientific” community to report on that subject, so all we hear about is the increase in carbon dioxide and not about what is causing the increase.  Instead, we are left to assume that we are at fault.  
 
We aren’t taught about the Carbon Cycle in Public School anymore, so the population is left without even the basic tools to think about this situation.  
 
The reason that atmospheric carbon dioxide is increasing is that atmospheric oxygen content is decreasing. 
 
The activities of men that matter are: pollution by major corporations and entire countries. And rather than take responsibility at the corporate level, they are, of course, passing the cost of their misdeeds onto the backs of the living people. 
 
There are two answers to the problem — enforcement of environmental laws against offenders, or, new proactive initiatives to inspire better waste management technology and proactive oxygen replacement projects employing technology and natural ecosystem restoration.  
 
Meanwhile, the Rat Watch continues its thankless duty to watch the rats and report back on what they see: