Another Hit For the Cs: Californian Exodus

Voyageur

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Maybe somebody ought to write to her and ask her what she meant and what examples there are?
Had a look and see that there was, more recently for instance (not that it was cause) this story:



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this video a guy actually looks at the California footage and critiques Kostelac's video leaning to a ufo as cause, of course it can't be determined.

There are some other articles on ufo's and grass fires and possibly others - when you get fire the distraction of that alone would perhaps make ufo's, if they were present, more obscure.
 

Ennio

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For those of us who presently live in California and the Pacific Northwest, it is likely abundantly clear just how tenuous a place these regions are to remain in. And the choice to leave for safer ground has to be fraught with all kinds of important and life-changing considerations; where to move to, what work opportunities exist, moving away from friends and family, the idea of leaving the well known for the unfamiliar, among other things. No doubt having some fear of the unknown is a very normal and understandable thing, but it can also be, along with a normalcy bias that prevents action based on knowledge, a literal and disastrous showstopper.

So here are some thoughts: conditions are worsening by the day - not only where you are - but everywhere. Geological fractures upon economic tipping points, upon societal discord, upon geopolitical mayhem, upon cosmic fireworks, and more as we know. If any one of these features hits a code red, it will likely introduce a great deal of chaos. But we are looking at all of these developments being in the offing, probably, in the not-too-distant future. Each challenge compounding the other. And time is flying and fleeting. This makes kicking the can down the road, or waiting till the last minute, a very iffy proposition. So what to do?

See this time, right now, as a very big opportunity.

If folks can replace some of their fears, concerns and inertia - with the view that there is now a valuable window of opportunity, I think it would add to one's future prospects immeasurably. Imagine having to think about moving and where to go when things are really bad. The possibilities can get drastically reduced, and the efforts to just keep one's head above water can get far more difficult. So for those us who know all this, and want to help others in the aim of having a real future (but have been on the fence for various reasons) do take the time to get clear on what it is you want to do. Even if it is only a rough idea you can start imagining it now. Start somewhere. And then put some real energy into it again, and again, and again - which can send a surprisingly powerful signal and message. The Universe does respond to efforts as many here will attest to, but the choice to make those efforts rests with you.
 

Stoneboss

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For those of us who presently live in California and the Pacific Northwest, it is likely abundantly clear just how tenuous a place these regions are to remain in. And the choice to leave for safer ground has to be fraught with all kinds of important and life-changing considerations; where to move to, what work opportunities exist, moving away from friends and family, the idea of leaving the well known for the unfamiliar, among other things. No doubt having some fear of the unknown is a very normal and understandable thing, but it can also be, along with a normalcy bias that prevents action based on knowledge, a literal and disastrous showstopper.

So here are some thoughts: conditions are worsening by the day - not only where you are - but everywhere. Geological fractures upon economic tipping points, upon societal discord, upon geopolitical mayhem, upon cosmic fireworks, and more as we know. If any one of these features hits a code red, it will likely introduce a great deal of chaos. But we are looking at all of these developments being in the offing, probably, in the not-too-distant future. Each challenge compounding the other. And time is flying and fleeting. This makes kicking the can down the road, or waiting till the last minute, a very iffy proposition. So what to do?

See this time, right now, as a very big opportunity.

If folks can replace some of their fears, concerns and inertia - with the view that there is now a valuable window of opportunity, I think it would add to one's future prospects immeasurably. Imagine having to think about moving and where to go when things are really bad. The possibilities can get drastically reduced, and the efforts to just keep one's head above water can get far more difficult. So for those us who know all this, and want to help others in the aim of having a real future (but have been on the fence for various reasons) do take the time to get clear on what it is you want to do. Even if it is only a rough idea you can start imagining it now. Start somewhere. And then put some real energy into it again, and again, and again - which can send a surprisingly powerful signal and message. The Universe does respond to efforts as many here will attest to, but the choice to make those efforts rests with you.
Thank you for writing this Ennio.
 

dugdeep

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Tim Pool gives a thorough run-down of many of the issues facing California at the moment. Despite the title, his take is relatively non-partisan and objective. His position is that the state is becoming unlivable!

California Is Becoming Unlivable, Trump Slams Democrat's Failures, Republicans Try To Recall Newsom

 

Joe

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Had a look and see that there was, more recently for instance (not that it was cause) this story:

UFOs Caught By Canadian News Crew During Forest Fire Coverage

In this video a guy actually looks at the California footage and critiques Kostelac's video leaning to a ufo as cause, of course it can't be determined.

There are some other articles on ufo's and grass fires and possibly others - when you get fire the distraction of that alone would perhaps make ufo's, if they were present, more obscure.
That could have been a meteorite/fireball.
 

Joe

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This video looks like it has captured one of the fires in California, the Kincade fire, in Sonoma County, being started by a Comet or meteor pass.
I found watching the video really interesting, especially because the man, Igo Kostilac, seems very sincere and genuine.
I don't really buy his claim that the "thing" that passes is "huge". If you look at the some of the cars in the foreground, they are also periodically 'huge' when their lights shine at the camera. It is also not moving at a faster rate than other planes in the area. So the "thing" that moves across the sky could well be an airplane.

Here's the original footage.

 
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Hope

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Well, if there is any truth to any of the predictions of California having a "Big One" and parts of it sliding into the sea, at least the people getting out now will not experience that.
I was having similar thoughts earlier this morning... probable that the Universe is kind of carrying out out a sieving process. Those who are more in alignment with objective reality are feeling the urge to move out...

... 2 cents
 

bjorn

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Like the guestspeaker Fabio, an actor and immigrant rightfully assessed ''California is like Sodom and Gomorra'' Take note that Tucker did this interview back in 2018. Things have become way worse since than! The ''Golden State''has the nation's highest poverty rate. homelessness is rampant. State officials are focused on protecting illegal immigrants from deportation rather than reversing the flight of the state's middle class.

Is California one big magnet for earth changes and ''cosmic interventions''? Perhaps those living there should consider leaving.

Fabio: Why California is falling apart

 
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bjorn

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Gotta love those Liberal policies. Seems like a good upcoming documentary.

COMING SOON: Fleeing California


Why are millions of people leaving California and moving to other states? What do those states have that California doesn’t? PragerU’s first mini-documentary explores the root causes of this mass exodus from the Golden State. “Fleeing California,” featuring PragerU’s own Will Witt, sheds light on one of the most significant but underreported stories of our time.
 

iamthatis

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The toppling dominoes are picking up speed...



As the municipal sector implodes, so goes all of those public jobs as police, fire and other services are cut to the bone or eliminated altogether. Its been like watching a slow motion train wreck.
From what I've read, it was hypothesized that the municipal sector would be responsible for implementing Agenda 21 - maybe if the municipalities are going broke, it may actually be a boon for the ones who stay. Or maybe it will be touted as the saving grace!
 

domi

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Well, if there is any truth to any of the predictions of California having a "Big One" and parts of it sliding into the sea, at least the people getting out now will not experience that.
I have always wondered how some of the predictions would come to pass and it seems we're here for some of it: the economy in California has crumbled (and people's minds it seems) and will further.

With the pain and suffering now and for the next year or so, I can certainly see how through cosmic feedback mechanisms the Big One would happen and who knows what else.
 
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