The Year of The Swooping Evil
Common Sense is now officially dead, done and gone in a resounding chorus of indifference. No tribute paid, no obituary notice for the funerals. And beware all who would dare to recall the memory of him to the general public, all suffering from an engineered case of collective amnesia operated by MACUSA (Magical Congress of the United States of America) Obliviators.1 Yes, woe to the “fake news” providers attempting to thus revive his spirit in the minds of the No-Majs (or Muggles for us) as they would hence commit a crime of high treason — an act of terrorism calling for ultimate sentence. Death to the righters of cognitive dissonance! Your happy thoughts will be collected from you and thrown at your face into a toxic vortex of fake light — a “soulcatcher” akin to the life after death tunnel — to lure you back into the Matrix to be recycled within some new genetically modified body. As for the massive exposure of the magical community (hi Ed2!), the Thunderbird's here for dispersing a capsule of Swooping Evil venom into the ionosphere and generate a “redeeming” downpour to wash your memories away.3
“But, said Alice, if the world has absolutely no sense, who's stopping us from inventing one?”
~ Lewis Caroll,
Alice in Wonderland
A nice year ahead expected to outshine all previous ones. Or so they say. It's still up to us to make sure their worst nightmare comes true. Let's gather our wits and change our reality.
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- ^ In the Harry Potter and the new Hollywood derived Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them series, Oblivators are agents of wizarding governments in charge of erasing the memories of non-wizarding witnesses (Muggles or No-Majs) to magical phenomenon to preserve its International Statute of Secrecy.
- ^ Edward Snowden.
- ^ So much for those who haven't seen Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them as these are two key movie moments, the latter being an obvious reminder of geo-engineering.
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