See this first:
As of yesterday, the two determined climbers made it, what is said to be the most difficult — even impossible — free climb in the whole world, after 19 days. Their astonishing success story is now plastered all over the MSM. Here’s two of them: The Guardian offers photos; the New York Times, an “exclusive” Q and A.
Hint: check out the condition of their finger tips . . . and what appears to be a swollen wrist . . .
CALDWELL For me, I love to dream big, and I love to find ways to be a bit of an explorer. These days it seems like everything is padded and comes with warning labels. This just lights a fire under me, and that’s a really exciting way to live. And this has driven me for a really long time.
JORGESON I wanted to see what I was capable of, and this was the biggest canvas and the most audacious project I could join and see to the finish. Like Tommy, I don’t know what is next.
Caldwell I would love for this to open people’s minds.
It already has, if the MSM can’t help but take note. Perhaps it will inspire more hi-paid network anchors to walk away and tell all. Perhaps it will inspire you and me to follow our own “impossible dreams.”
Indeed, perhaps this climb will be remembered as one of the iconic news events that signifies the final pitch of the ultimately successful ascent of humanity, still inching up the wall with bleeding fingertips, determined to join together at the top in the immensity of Love, supported by our siblings elsewhere in the vast universe. Speaking of which, see Parisians singing John Lennon’s Imagine after the Charlie Hebdo false flag, and see this small, sweet response to the false flag attack in Sydney, Australia. Remember that? Eons ago — just last month.