In fear of a shrewd and tidy shadow ban enforced by the indelible Frau Merkel, the legions of contracted militant Muslim Saudi Arabian digital software interlopers primed for a deadly counteroffensive online attack to staunch individual browsing efforts, this article is set for self-destruct.
The logical problem with the misplaced hysteria over the preservation of a social network identity before the permanent erasure of a personal profile, is not in the wariness associated with the dangerous and daunting tendrils of government organs egregiously trampling over personal freedoms, but in context to the time it takes to complete the task of annihilation. Like time, government is the second fastest entity in the universe, with its ceaseless and perpetual crawl towards finality. However, the key to escaping the wrath of a glacier is to walk steadily and just don’t fall down a 200-foot crevasse.
In taking the European Union to task over the administration and budgeting nightmares of the space agency of the continent, a personalized digital sentence handed down by Merkel and other political dignitaries are not expected to be fully implemented by 2061, and with a cost of just over $300 thousand… 43 years seems like a long time.
Similar to the hundred billion dollar stagnant hive of NASA, where projects are constantly halted and reshuffled due to the chaos and fervor of the budget mosh pit, the European organization equivalent faces many challenges in meeting deadlines and mitigating cost overruns. As the green movement has prompted a rather lucrative cottage industry, the global governing bodies of space agencies have responded by devoting a large chunk of infrastructure to the design, construction, and activation of weather satellites, in offering researchers an endless stream of data in attempting to convince themselves and society that mankind is now the chief influence on climate change, and not the remaining multitudinous factors which framed the myths of global cooling and global warming. Unfortunately, the bureaucrats disguised as public servants and stewards of science, have a strangle hold over the tax payers and a blank checkbook which is entirely a decrepit reality, thanks to a complete lack of accountability, based on the anti-bizarro world for the free market.
The latest and greatest fallacy of unchecked government spending and bumbling and stumbling emanates from a trio of weather satellite musical chairs, the most recent launched Tuesday after a long self-infused delay facilitated by paper pushers living under the false pretense of “making a difference for the planet”, in the frenzied spending of public money. The “new” generation of diminutive microsatellites, incorporating technology from the turn of the century and purchased for billions from private companies and may or may not be above the lowest common denominator of contributing content to the espionage community.
BBC News reports that the third Metop research mission will achieve a low earth orbit 400 miles high, after the launch from a facility in French Guiana, on the South American continent. This is the point where the fleeting and token successes of the weather data program concludes and is obscured by the insufferable presence of appointed officials.
The ascension of Metop-C into a stable elliptical orbit, enabling the recording of specific meteorological readings on the border of dusk and dawn, went entirely the opposite of the reasonable from a perspective of time, as the presence of the spacecraft now leaves three satellites from the same project operational, while the world scratches its collective head. Members of the tangled and impossibly complex brambles of the EU ruling framework remain steadfast in quiet arrogance as the slogan and biting propaganda of “It’s Never Too Late,” resounds on soft screens and cafeteria wall banners in buildings from Geneva to Darmstadt. The wonderful Carol King begs to differ.
The silver lining to this almost complete debacle, is that the first two missions, launched in 2006 and 2012, are still operational, and the third provides another data collection point. As Carl Sagan said, “Why not have one, when you can have two at twice the cost?” In this instance the overlords in Europe, are taking the rhetorical question of government decadence to new heights, as they gaze down from the heavens with a snarky disposition of ruthlessness, or what they conceive as a culturally benign and politically correct example of democratic ruthlessness, and thus everything is peachy. Just ask Bernie Sanders after his trip to Venezuela two decades ago in claiming to morph socialism into a less toxic form of tyranny how to play with words.
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