This might be nothing more than a curiosity, but I thought I’d share it with you anyway. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I can see how many people visit my blog every day, what nation they live in and how many of them have read which post(s). I cannot see personal information or any type of ID. I just see how many individuals from which country and how many people have read each article that day. OK/
So, whenever I write about NWO-type stuff, or I have more than 12 visitors in a day, I see ‘visitors’ pop up from China, India and Indonesia. What’s more, the more visitors to my blog page and the more of my posts that are read, the more ‘visitors’ I get from China, India and Indonesia. I usually have 3 ‘visitors’ from China for every one from India and Indonesia.
What is peculiar to me is that there is a pattern here. It seems to be directly proportionate to how much traffic I have on any given day. I’ve watched it for several years, so I’m sure it isn’t a one-off thing. There is an established pattern here. I just figured I’d share this with you.
Oh! One more thought. I don’t know about India, or even Indonesia, but I know as a fact that the average Chinese citizen is not allowed to read my blog page (don’t ask me how I know, but I know this with 100% certainty 😉 ). China has TRTC on their list of blocked cites. So, how is it I am getting ‘visitors’ from China? 🙂