Why I'm Writing, 4/30/18

This blog was something I initially had planned to use for largely inconsequential content unrelated to anything going on at the moment. For a few weeks now things have seemed off, or perhaps unexplainable, even in the context of our own strange world. Climate change is ravaging the planet, nations are on the verge of war, but there was something more to all of it. The public reasoning behind some of these crises was not easily shrugged off by some. I decided to shift the focus of this blog to something entirely new as a result of that. What was once a film behind-the-scenes idea has actually become more of documentation in words. 

Exilia Dynamics is a leader in just about every field you don't know about, you would never have actually heard about them unless you were interested in those fields. Just about the closest you can get to them in terms of widespread public information is their services in private security and arms development, and the latter half of that is shadowed in mystery. Over the years they've experienced scandals, as far back as 1987, when one of their experimental reactors in Virginia entered into meltdown, and after a lengthy legal case saw the company heavily fined and barred from further ventures into nuclear power. So when a massive explosion goes off at the US Army Foreign Science establishment in Virginia, I think it comes as no surprise that many drew parallels to the coincidental nature of this event. The Exilia site in Virginia was near Charlottesville, and this explosion as a US Army site took place in none other than that same city. Over the years I've experienced a series of events that left me curious as to the nature of Exilia. My interactions with this company have done me more negatives than actual positives and left me reeling with many issues in life. I need to put my word out there before they hurt others as they inevitably will at this pace. Beyond the veil, there is far more to this company than many can imagine.


Until next time, this is Jon.


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