Blame It On Mother Nature

You ever see a child blame another for what they did. You can put the blame where it belongs on this society. What you are seeing are those who are in power on the planet refuse to listen. They have refuse to listen to spirit for a long time now. The planet was to the point of breaking up people and many custodians came to fix it. We fixed the planet from breaking apart now the environment is going go hay wire that is because they will not stop the practices that cause disruption on the planet.

I put the blame squarely on the shoulder of those in Power every country.  You should all be ready to get the shit kicked out at you because the planet is reacting to what was done to it. I have called to the leaders to let me go to the Alaskan Pyramids to put up an energy net to protect the planet.

So stop blaming Mother Nature because it is an spiritual office that I hold. I talk and work with custodian in spirit to fix the problems since 2012 when I took over the position where you can hear in my teleseminar. What the powers that be want is more war you can blame that on the reptilians. We have been working nonstop for your immaturity and what happens to this society is on you all it is time to grow up.

January 2016TEXAS – The Texas blizzard “Goliath” may have claimed more than 30,000 animals this week in Texas. A statement obtained by Breitbart Texas from the Texas Association of Dairymen (TAD) says that the winter storm named Goliath “hit hard at the heart of the Texas dairy industry.” The reduction in the state’s milk supply, and dairy and other financial losses, as well as the emotional impact on farmers of losing their animals, is enormous, says TAD Executive Director Darren Turley. Turley said it wasn’t until Tuesday that many dairy producers in the area largely impacted by the storms – from Lubbock west to Muleshoe, Texas, and north to Friona – could gauge the impact by surveying their property.
Turley says that the region includes half of the state’s top ten milk producing counties which amounts to about 36 percent of the Lone Star state’s dairy cows – an estimated 142,800 cows. Turley estimates that about five percent of the mature dairy cows, and a yet-undetermined heifers and calves were killed. He expects losses to climb as farmers are able to survey the damage. The TDA official said the next challenge will be how to handle this sudden and massive loss of animals. He said, “The ordinary methods for disposal cannot handle the volume of deaths we are seeing from this storm. The Texas Association of Dairymen is working with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and other agencies to determine how the animals can be disposed of both quickly and safely.”
The TAD is working with Texas Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Department of Agriculture, and other state and federal agencies to determine whether financial assistance is available for impacted dairy farmers. The TAD executive director said, “Like all agriculture, dairy producers always operate at the mercy of Mother Nature. With Goliath, she dealt a particularly harsh and costly blow to the area’s dairy producers, from the death of thousands of livestock they spend so much time caring for to a loss of milk production both over the weekend and in the future.”Blizzard kills thousands of cows and threatens Texas dairy business. –Breitbart

Joan           (Mother Nature)

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