Thursday, November 15, 2018

F William Engdahl: The Dark Story Behind Global Warming Rebrand Climate Change

Interview based on an article that was previously posted here at the blog:

The Dark Story Behind "Human Forced Global Warming" Rebrand "Climate Change"








Moreover, there is substantial scientific evidence that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide produce many beneficial effects upon the natural plant and animal environments of the Earth.
 Keeping in mind the latest posts:

Sunspot Activity is At Record Low, Nearly Non Existent- Cold Coming

And the first snowstorm of the FALL/Autumn set to hit my locale today- weeks ahead of the usual. 

Alerts for: Niagara

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5:03 AM EST Thursday 15 November 2018

Weather advisory in effect for:


Niagara Falls - Welland - Southern Niagara Region

St. Catharines - Grimsby - Northern Niagara Region

Winter weather travel advisory in effect beginning this afternoon.
Snow associated with a deepening low pressure system moving up along the Eastern Seaboard of the United States will reach Southern Ontario later this afternoon. The snow is forecast to continue through tonight into early Friday morning.

A snowfall of 5 to 10 cm is expected across the region, with most of the snow falling tonight. Poor winter driving conditions are expected. Untreated roads may become snow covered and slippery.

17 comments:

  1. Laika: Mr Engdahl mentions the role of sun activity,or lack thereof, with hot dry summer in Europe and very cold winters- like we've had the last several years.

    He also ties volcanic activity to a lack of sunspot activity.
    Also interesting. If anyone has additional info on that concept... feel free

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    1. Yes, F. William Engdahl is one of the better geopolitical analysts - Andre Vltchek, also at New Eastern Outlook, is the best journalist I know of - I always read their articles.

      Engdahl seems to have been right about Trump as well. (maybe Trump was actually the 'elites' first choice after all and the whole thing is nothing but theatre)

      He rightly mentions the Rockefeller [from Roggen-Feder which means Ryestraw] family as part of the Rothschild mob, which controls the USA since 1913 (Fed). (the ones who issue the money run the country)
      By way of WWI they also completely took over Germany in 1933, and installed their Hitman Adolf (a Rothschild himself; http://whale.to/c/inside_the_gestapo.html - e.g. James Corbett's vid. - or see; "mtwsfh").

      I reckon the 'elites' thought they'd won after the 1953 coup d'├ętats in the Soviet Union (Stalin, Beria murdered) and Iran, and certainly with the definitive fall of the USSR under NWO agent Gorbachev. (that's probably why they began pushing de-industrialization at the time)

      Except they didn't win (China, Iran, Putin's Russia). So that's most likely why the 'Nazi' mafia came up with Herr Trumpf in a desperate attempt to turn the tide. (Northerntruthseeker certainly was right about Herr Drumpf)

      As for greenhouse gases, also for instance ocean acidification, ozone-depleting nitrous oxide (what about the CFCs at the time?), and so forth, I still think the truth is somewhere in the middle (see e.g. - no one less than - Sergei Ivanov at SophieCo), but very much exaggerated by the fake-left, and completely denied by the fake-right. (distract, divide, and control)

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    2. Hi Laika et al:

      From the day I posted the above article

      https://ca.news.yahoo.com/december-like-temperatures-way-canada-no-one-spared-201930549.html

      'December-like' temperatures on the way in Canada, and no one is spared

      Newfoundland has according to all reports been pummeled.

      I don't know if the truth is in the middle?
      I just know that the climate always changes, because it's never been the same anywhere, all the time, ever.

      An example for me personally is the fact that where I live in Niagara was under two miles of ice at one time... and the great lakes are what's left of one even greater sea.

      Greenland used to be green
      And Antarctica was quite likely not frozen at one time as well..
      Climate changes.

      2nd: And it's not warmer here where I live..
      It's gotten cooler..
      By mine and hubby's own observation because we grow veggies, spend time outside etc.,

      Watch the term greenhouse gases (it's loaded)
      Water is a "greenhouse gas", it's not toxic, we need it to survive.
      Glad you enjoyed the interview with Mr Engdahl :)


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    3. Well, at least you've plenty of wood in Ontario. All you need is a good old German Kachelofen (tiled stove).
      They're pretty expensive, but there's no better warmth than from a traditional tiled stove, esp. in your climate and (increasingly) cold winters.

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    4. I'm going to have to look that type of stove up!
      Not familiar with it at all- other then it's a wood burner..

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    5. You can ask my brother (Gallier the elder). He has a soapstone kachelofen which is the even better kind of oven. Really nice warmth. Is not small though and requires quite some place in your living room.
      You can google for "Specksteinofen" and get some pictures of different models.

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    6. ty gallier2
      and if the elder is about? And wants to tell us about this stove, I'm interested..

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    7. I am.
      I'll sent you a mail soon.
      Have a nice day; and me, I have to start the stove. It's a little bit cold this morning.
      Best regards
      Gallier the elder

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  2. Wanted to see if there was info verifying Engdahl's
    statement regarding volcanic activity, increasing, correlating with sun/solar activity, decreasing and there is.

    https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1029/JB094iB12p17371

    "the frequency of volcanic eruptions increases slightly around the times of solar minimum".

    It doesn't seem to be a really strong correlation but it does appear to be there.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/02/09/volcanoes-and-sunspots/

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    1. Not exactly "verifying Engdahl's statement" but there is something going on. From yesterday (Nov. 15th):
      "THIS ITALIAN SUPERVOLCANO LOOKS TO HAVE RESTARTED ITS DEADLY CYCLE OF FIRE" - https://www.sciencealert.com/this-italian-supervolcano-looks-to-have-restarted-its-deadly-cycle-of-fire
      or "DEADLY EUROPEAN SUPERVOLCANO COULD BE RUMBLING TOWARDS A COLOSSAL ERUPTION – STUDY" - https://www.rt.com/news/444101-supervolcano-campi-flegrei-study/
      and
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHgzldZEu90

      J

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    2. thanks J
      I'm off to make the morning coffee, so, when I have a hot cup to drink, I'll be back!!

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  3. and finally it's been snowing for nearly two hours now..
    it's staying.

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  4. Hi, Penny!
    If Your and/or some of Your readers want to see and hear more about arguments against those "climate change" science deniers: Here is an interview with an compatriot of You, Penny, and he is really good!

    See: "CLIMATE CHANGE IS A SCAM!" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDK1aCqqZkQ .

    By the way: This video (of last year) can no more be found on Google. But fortunately I had saved the link-address.

    J

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  5. New York: "At Central Park, 6.4 inches of snow were recorded — the biggest one-day November snowfall in 136 years." - https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/16/nyregion/snowstorm-total-delays-commute.html

    J

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    1. Not sure how it was the snow was unexpected?
      Since we knew it was coming- New York, which isn't all that far from here, should have known...
      One wonders if they made wrong assumptions and failed to prepare?

      "The system doesn’t have any slack in a crisis,” said Mitchell L. Moss, the director of the Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management at New York University. “We’re not really equipped to handle a breakdown in one part when it has to be absorbed by other parts of the transportation system.”

      Like fish in a barrel...
      Why do people choose to live there?
      Toronto has the same problem, except they blame it on 'climate change' as well, but it's not. It's too many people, in to small a space with out enough basic infrastructure- a disaster waiting to happen

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  6. Hi, Penny!
    "with out enough basic infrastructure- a disaster waiting to happen". Yes the ruling oligarchs with their Neoliberalism push us small people into the dead end street of disaster!

    Bur back to Your, Penny, "Dam that shrinkage!". Yes, it shrinks - and boys can get quite cold 'down there'. But look, Penny, we boys have something similar with you girl's cold hands. And at least we boys keep a stiff upper lip about that. Like the lines of Dire Straits:
    "Her Hands were cold, but her lips were warm". See!
    (Dire Straits "Down to the Waterline" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugZRzISBrKk )

    Enjoy Your Sunday!

    J

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    1. Hi J:

      I've enjoyed my sunday very much, thanks and Dire Straits eh?



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