Neels Blom Writer at large

Reporters know and readers suspect that there is always, always, more to a story than that which is published as news, that the world is not what it seems and that contrails are, in fact, chemtrails designed by extra-terrestrial entities in conspiracy with earthly collaborators and dolphins to addle the minds of folk in preparation for a great colonisation, or something. That’s what they do all day in that Herbert Baker bungalow, plotting and perverting into strange loops the honest fugues of reasonable expectations. Take the machinations under way at the state-owned rent-seeking monopoly Acsa, an owner-operator of expropriated land from which chemtrail-disseminating aircraft are launched, plus passengers. Is it mere coincidence that at the heart of the findings of spoliation from Acsa premises is a book dealer, plus grass-cutting contracts? Is it a coincidence that this all is transpiring in a time of plunging rates of literacy? This reporter admits it is what he thought initially....

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