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Exposed: How Climate Racketeers Aim to Force Us into Smart Gulags

In Australia and NZ, "managed retreat" schemes could force people out of homes that "climate change" models render "uninsurable"

Paul Cudenec

Shocking evidence is emerging from Australia and New Zealand of how the climate scam is being used to impose a techno-totalitarian smart-city future.

The criminocratic global imperialists often use their Commonwealth colonies to try out the most insidious escalations of their tyranny – think of Canada, New Zealand and Australia during Covid.

We can therefore assume that this is going to be the blueprint for the roll-out of their Fourth Industrial Revolution agenda across the world.

The sinister scheme in question, called “Managed Retreat”, has been exposed by independent researcher Kate Mason on her excellent Substack blog aimed at “deconstructing 4IR narratives”.

The idea is that exaggerated “modelling” of the imagined effects of “climate change” is being used to define certain areas as unsuitable for human settlement.

Working hand in hand with the state is the insurance industry – long a central part of the corrupt criminocratic empire – which deems homes in these areas to be “uninsurable”.

Banks are also playing their part (of course!) saying they are unwilling to provide mortgages for these “uninsurable” properties.

In her latest article, Kate refers to a TV report about Kensington Banks, near Melbourne city centre, which has been newly declared a flood zone.

She writes: “Property prices are expected to plummet by 20 percent. I think that’s rather conservative – who is going to buy in a flood zone? Unless it’s a developer who will raze it all to the ground and build a Smart Resilient complex”.

Meanwhile, in New Zealand, residents are up in arms about attempts to impose “retreat” from coastal areas under the pretext of a predicted rise in sea levels.

As this media report shows, they are not buying the scaremongering climate propaganda.

Tim Rees said. “I’ve lived by Paraparaumu Beach since 1965 and the beach is actually getting bigger. For 45 years I’ve dived off Kāpiti Island and the rocks are still at the same height at low tide”.

Added Tania Lees: “The science isn’t settled and there is no consensus. We don’t believe the sea levels are rising significantly and [that] we will all be flooded.”

Central and local government couldn’t fund “a process on this scale”, she said. “So far, the ratepayers have paid in excess of $4 million for the Takutai Kāpiti process.

“We simply can’t afford to spend more. If implemented, managed retreat would be in excess of $1 billion.”

As for the agenda behind all this, Kate writes:

Finding the information on climate change modelling and insurance has joined the dots for me regarding the enormous amount of pack and stack housing developments going ahead in Australia.

They’re going to need to put us all somewhere when our houses are uninsurable and we have to sell them for a pittance.

It is clear that this is ‘Resilient’ Smart Cities. Everything hooked up to the internet and data collected, stored and used as modelling to dictate increasingly dystopian government measures of control and enforcement”.

By way of confirmation, she reveals that the Insurance Council of Australia, involved in Managed Retreat, works within the Public Private Partnership model and adheres to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, even being a foundation member of the United Nations Principles for Sustainable Insurance.

The UN’s smart gulag agenda was paraded in their 80-page booklet entitled “Centering People in Smart Cities: A playbook for local and regional governments”, as we reported in 2022.

Also in 2022, a body called the Australian Climate Council released a study which estimated that 1 in 25 of all homes and commercial buildings in the country would become effectively uninsurable by 2030 because of “worsening extreme weather events”.

River flooding posed the biggest risk, according to the study, with flash flooding and bushfires identified as the other main hazards contributing to properties becoming “uninsurable”.

As well as calling for “managed relocations”, the report stressed the need for “upscaling public investments in resilience” and to “support communities to ‘build back better’”.

It declared: “Towns, cities and communities must be rebuilt – where appropriate to do so – in a way that takes into account the inevitable future changes in climate and makes them more resilient”.

It comes as little surprise that this report was proudly showcased on the website of the World Economic Forum…

Originally published in the latest edition of The Acorn newsletter, you can read the full bulletin and subscribe HERE or follow Winter Oak on X/Twitter. The excellent SubStack which inspired it is written by Kate Mason, another recommended follow.

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Karen Bracken
Karen Bracken
Jul 1, 2024 12:56 PM

They go to any lengths to destroy private property rights and steal the land.

Human values
Human values
Jul 1, 2024 10:47 PM
Reply to  Karen Bracken

Stealing the land is how private property is made. Private property is stolen land. The common land was privatized into the hands of a thief.

”THE first man who, having enclosed a piece of ground, bethought himself of saying This is mine, and found people simple enough to believe him, was the real founder of civil society. From how many crimes, wars and murders, from how many horrors and misfortunes might not any one have saved mankind, by pulling up the stakes, or filling up the ditch, and crying to his fellows, “Beware of listening to this impostor; you are undone if you once forget that the fruits of the earth belong to us all, and the earth itself to nobody.” ” (J-J Rousseau: Discourse on the Origin and Basis of Inequality Among Men)

Francesca
Francesca
Jul 2, 2024 1:23 AM
Reply to  Human values

I would disagree in that it was a collective society which first “stole” the land, staking their claim against other tribes/groups. The desire for Ownership is as old as the human race, – it is how we survived for tens of thousand of years. Greed, hatred, and love of power, sometime fear, are the root cause of the evil perpetuated by others. Unfortunately, unless we all agree to be lobotomized this will not cease; the evil will always walk among us.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jul 2, 2024 11:13 AM
Reply to  Francesca

We are born with ownership.
“My Grandma, my 3-wheel bicycle, my friend, my toy, my children, my mom and dad”.

“Thou hall not steal, thou shall not covet your neighbours wife, property, whatsoever”. Social Engineering is hand tools of the devil.

Human values
Human values
Jul 2, 2024 7:46 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

You don’t own your friends and relatives, do you?

Your tricycle is your personal property. It is not private property.

When you ride your tricycle, you’re not taking anyone’s personal property away, stealing. But if you own private property, land, mines, factories, you are stealing other people’s rights to use land, to own what they produce, and to be free.

Human values
Human values
Jul 2, 2024 7:34 PM
Reply to  Francesca

Nothing that is made by man is eternal. Your idea of private property of land always existing is false. Most human history has been stateless, moneyless and warless.

Money wasn’t made by society as a whole. It was made by those who took the land from everyone else and made others his subjects or property. Emperors, kings, rulers of the land. States were not made by society, but groups of men invaded society and started to rule it. Wars are made by those same men. Blaming all humanity for those actions is what those men do.

Finally, evil has nothing to do with being clever or intelligent. It has everything to do with being very stupid and lacking wisdom.

rlloyd3030
rlloyd3030
Jun 30, 2024 6:02 PM

Obama and his wife, live on the tip in Mathas’s vineyard (30 acres) so he must not got the memo about the rising seas.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 29, 2024 4:20 PM

Smart Cities=Stupid f*#cking people…
Same goes for Smart Homes, Smart Phones, etc…etc….

Derek Diamond
Derek Diamond
Jun 29, 2024 4:00 PM

How Should We Struggle?
By Jack D. Forbes

https://dgrnewsservice.org/resistance/how-should-we-struggle/

Rebuild or retreat? B.C. communities face tough choices after catastrophic floods
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/managed-retreat-grand-forks-abbotsford-1.6475580

HOW SCIENCE IGNORES THE LIVING WORLD — AN INTERVIEW WITH VINE DELORIA
https://www.wrongkindofgreen.org/2020/11/22/how-science-ignores-the-living-world-an-interview-with-vine-deloria/

Notes on the Rise and Development of Patriarchy(Heide Goettner-Abendroth)
https://goettner-abendroth.de/en/matriarchy/rise-of-patriarchy

A MESSAGE FROM MOHAWK WOMEN FROM GRAND RIVER CONCERNING VACCINE MANDATES & FREEDOM
https://www.wrongkindofgreen.org/2022/02/22/a-message-from-mohawk-women-from-grand-river-concerning-vaccine-mandates-freedom/

Derek Diamond
Derek Diamond
Jun 29, 2024 9:33 PM
Reply to  Derek Diamond

“Durham Live will become the premier entertainment and tourism district east of Yonge Street, and one of Ontario’s top destinations for fun and excitement.  
Anchored by a resort casino and 5-star hotel, this unique destination will also include a boutique hotel, convention centre, amphitheatre, restaurants, cinemas, an indoor water park, performance venues, an office tower, and film studios.

This landmark project, located at the northwest corner of Church and Bayly Streets, will boast a dynamic mix of excitement, culture, nightlife, cuisine, and adventure that will cater to every whim and indulgence.

Visit DLive.ca to sign up and receive updates directly from the developer.”

https://www.pickering.ca/en/city-hall/durham-live.aspx

Can a City be Sustainable ?

https://www.earthisland.org/journal/index.php/magazine/entry/can-a-city-be-sustainable/##

Derek Diamond
Derek Diamond
Jun 29, 2024 10:36 PM
Reply to  Derek Diamond

To acknowledge Indigenous connection and stewardship to the land where Google Montréal exists, and to help remind Google team members of this history, we named many of our meeting rooms after local tree species in the Kanienʼkéha (Mohawk) language. The name selection process was conducted in consultation with the nearby Mohawk community of Kahnawake. A native Kanienʼkéha speaker helped ensure spellings were correct, and traditions and cultural practices were respected.”

Google’s new Viger office is an homage to Montréal
https://blog.google/inside-google/company-announcements/googles-new-viger-office-is-an-homage-to-montreal/

On the Wildness of Children
by Carol Black
https://carolblack.org/on-the-wildness-of-children/

Derek Diamond
Derek Diamond
Jul 1, 2024 2:20 PM
Reply to  Derek Diamond

“Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the AFN, signed the agreement with LiUNA at the meeting. He said the purpose is to ensure there are investments in human capital …”

Construction union, Assembly of First Nations sign pact to promote Indigenous workforce
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/british-columbia/construction-union-assembly-of-first-nations-sign-pact-to-promote-indigenous-work-force/article35281190/

AFN national chief to help Prince Charles promote ‘Great Reset’ environmental initiative in Canada
https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/afn-chief-bellegarde-prince-charles-great-reset-1.5603502

“Colonization is the process by which an invading people seeks to replace the original lifeways with their own, erasing the evidence of prior claims to place. Its tools are many: military and political power, assimilative education, economic pressure, ecological transformation, religion—and language.. Robin Wall Kimmerer

Corn Tastes Better on the Honor System

https://emergencemagazine.org/feature/corn-tastes-better/

Sea change
https://www.cbc.ca/radiointeractives/whatonearth/sea-change-fiona-port-aux-basques-managed-retreat

gorden
gorden
Jun 29, 2024 3:49 PM

i here that neil ferguson at imperial is now doing modelling for globo homo climate trans formations using the same microsoft cia software from 1999 that he used on his covid cull project yes sir with neil and city of london corpse imperial on the case the whole world will be in flames soon

gorden
gorden
Jun 29, 2024 3:31 PM

is jacob really with his main man satan where is evelyn these are the heart of the baphomet matter

Howard
Howard
Jun 29, 2024 3:19 PM

Pending: The concept of Flood Zones is not new and has everything to do with the climate. River systems have always had what engineers termed Flood Zones; and people have always been advised to avoid building in these areas – advice which has always been ignored. Rivers have always flooded when the climatic conditions were right. Given the added feature of geoengineering, flooding rains can be created almost at will (as well as droughts). Sea level rises only involve melting ice when that ice is land based. An iceberg the size of Great Britain melting wouldn’t raise sea level so much as an inch. It’s only land based ice melting that affects sea levels. I hate when people take climate change as a given which needs no proof. Likewise, I hate when people assume climate change is such an obvious scam that no proof is required. But I suppose that’s… Read more »

Britta
Britta
Jun 29, 2024 8:00 AM

Of course, the geoengineering helps with this “climate change ” agenda and argument for rural properties being uninsurable.

Derek Diamond
Derek Diamond
Jun 29, 2024 4:22 PM
Reply to  Britta

Wandering

by Heide Goettner-Abendroth
translated by Annie Finch
 
Soft bows full of fir-tops
the near wooded mountains
glisten in light
 
On the path, silver grass and
now and then the sight
of forest-waves blue in blue
 
Ferns by the way and age-old
rock boulders
there above I am under the sky
thinking Peace thinking Love
to You

https://goettner-abendroth.de/en/poems

Geo-engineering: A wétiko experiment on the planet
https://dgrnewsservice.org/civilization/colonialism/geo-engineering-a-wetiko-experiment-on-the-planet/

“Well now, in this world of wonders there are things a man must see
There are trials he must know and there are troubles he must meet
He must stare in the eyes of evil and know that he is free …” Wanderin – Justin Townes Earle

https://youtu.be/FbgA2BZzDF4?si=DfHVN9UBZo9N0QvO

Rum Scarborough
Rum Scarborough
Jun 29, 2024 4:44 PM
Reply to  Britta

Spot on Britta, been saying same for the last two years, yet most folk think i am a crank or conspiracy theorist. If the engaged the feking intelligence which presumably they inherited in their genes….. Perhaps the MRNA Vax robbed them of that

Irene
Irene
Jun 28, 2024 9:35 PM

The powers that be, I think everyone here knows who they are, don’t want people to be educated. If you’re educated to well, you’ll have enough knowledge to know that most of the propaganda is a bunch of BS. Can’t control people’s behavior then, could you?

UNESCO, is all over the US, in local school business. School textbooks don’t get approved without a nod from this UN guard. So, it should be no surprise that the younger generation has been indoctrinated with all this.

I’m in my 70s and I let these kids know that they have been telling us that cities are going to be under water in 10 years since the early 1970s. By my calculation Florida should have been under water some 45 years ago.

LOL
LOL
Jun 28, 2024 2:31 PM

They’re going to need to put us all somewhere when our houses are uninsurable and we have to sell them for a pittance.

What a load of bollocks. This is British landlord talk. Is there a law forcing people to insure their homes or sell them ? “Speculating” on residential accomodation and land is social parasitism and predation, which creates a homeless underclass.

Property prices are expected to plummet by 20 percent. I think that’s rather conservative – who is going to buy in a flood zone?

GOOD. House prices in the globalcapital world are prohibitive to all but the rich and the rest of us are landless peasants slaving to pay rent – a feudarchical arrangement.

I know a lot of people ready to buy cheap land and a house in a fake flood zone!

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Jun 28, 2024 9:01 PM
Reply to  LOL

Wow, the owners LOVE your attitude. Blame those who’ll lose it all, never mind so many of “those people” aren’t the really rich you should focus your ire upon. As for insurance being mere speculative behavior, nice try but you’re wrong there too. Some of ” those people” pay outrageous premiums every month, but never mind that premium might outstrip the cost of renting. And pray tell, once all those lost properties are up for grabs, did you think the owners are gonna turn all that property over to you? Good God, many sadly do. Not ever gonna happen. They’ll just let all those former owners join the ranks of the homeless. Yay!

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 28, 2024 9:11 PM
Reply to  LOL

There is no law preventing a homeowner from insuring their home. However, I think you will find that buildings insurance is required when taking out a mortgage. Also, banks will not lend against certain properties eg those susceptible to subsidence or flooding. So an officially declared flood zone will be excluded from mortgage lending.

Those people you know who are looking to buy cheap land would need to be cash buyers. The way it typically works is that the (real) estate agents work with their preferred client lists of buyers. These areas up for grabs will go straight to the cash rich buyers of distressed assets – often funds and investors that specialize in this type of business. Your friends will not even get to hear about these deals unlike they have good connections.

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 28, 2024 9:24 PM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

“*unless* they have good connections” not unlike

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 29, 2024 5:42 AM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Insurance of any sort is a great scam, as epitomised by NYC WTC, Costa Concordia, etc. For new homes, no rocket science is required to build sturdily, protect against weather dangers, insulate against heat/cold, etc. It has been and is being done. Municipal authorities who do not warn new owners of local dangers before approving are complicit.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Jul 4, 2024 1:09 AM
Reply to  LOL

They will build a list of uninsured properties from the insurance companies then they will burn down uninsured properties. Most owners will not be able to afford to rebuild, so they will have to sell the land to survive. Good outcome for the property thieves, or should I put it as the “government assisted” property thieves.

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Jun 28, 2024 11:13 AM

The same people who dropped 928 nuclear bombs in Nevada from 1951-1992 (that’s roughly 2 per month for 40 years) put their smart little brains together again and came up with scratching the skies with geo-engineering… because it’s all about “protecting the climate”. 

WASHINGTON, June 21, 2024 – The World Bank Group (WBG) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) are pleased to announce that the Enhanced Cooperation Framework for Climate Action is now operational. 

Seems like they’re gearing up for climate crisis mode with their newly appointed WEF leaders, getting in line for that sweet government grant money. (Many project proposals never have the intention of being completed.)

That nuclear testing has exposed every American with 3x the radiation as Chernobyl did in Ukraine. Fallout has affected the world. (Watch doc Fallout on Amazon Prime.)

LOL
LOL
Jun 28, 2024 2:47 PM
Reply to  Straight Talk

It’s another psy-op. They are dispersing reactor waste. Nuclear weapons are the biggest hoax and bluff Uncle Sam has ever pulled, and the other “superpowers” have been more than happy to join in the fun. The “atom bombs” in Japan were carpet bombing using a mixture of dirty bombs (reactor waste) with lots of napalm, mustard gas and flash and smoke bombs. The effects of mustard gas poisoning are similar enough to radiation sickness to pull it off, and occupied Japan was in no position to argue. The media narrative and whatever the Red Cross (ha) had to say about those events was 100% dictated by Uncle Sam. You don’t need to try to delve into the classified “science” behind “nukes”- an informed logical analysis of the situation highlights the improbability of nuclear wepaons not having been used again since their purported only ever use in a war. The idea… Read more »

gorden
gorden
Jun 29, 2024 3:43 PM
Reply to  LOL

watch on you tube the assent accent of man bbc 1970s that cuddly scientist stroke khazhar actor helped develop the bombs that burnt japan and dresden fuel air based bomba not oppenheimer class of nukum high scammer

nicola tesla or einstein scripted actor no contest

in that tainted tavistock BBC 13 programmes 13 jacob bronowski said 4 million people died in that camp with a swimming pool and orchestra.

they say jacob like einstein was a math genius he was he took the red cross numbers at 40 thousand and created a rounding error

LOL
LOL
Jun 28, 2024 2:49 PM
Reply to  Straight Talk

You don’t need an “atom bomb” to create a big mushroom cloud… see my other comment

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 29, 2024 5:45 AM
Reply to  Straight Talk

An upper portion of the Van Allen radiation “belts” has still not recovered from the “atmospheric tests”.

Greg
Greg
Jun 28, 2024 7:47 AM

If you have no idea of nothing you will exactly write bullshit articles like the one above…

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Jun 27, 2024 9:38 PM

Regarding the models: Garbage in. Garbage out. One of the first lessons in graduate school.

Doly Garcia
Doly Garcia
Jun 27, 2024 8:32 PM

>The idea is that exaggerated “modelling” of the imagined effects of “climate change” is being used to define certain areas as unsuitable for human settlement.

The effects of climate change are anything but imaginary, as anybody who has looked at actual weather records can check by themselves.

However, thank you for informing us of who paid this article: Wealthy people involved in real estate, clearly, who as usual want to profit from selling buildings in unsuitable locations or unsuitable conditions by not allowing people to know that the location or condition is unsuitable before they buy. Real estate being notoriously difficult to regulate, it attracts wealthy criminals and unpunished crime gets bolder and bolder.

LOL
LOL
Jun 28, 2024 2:53 PM
Reply to  Doly Garcia

i don’t think Paul Cudenec was paid to write this dud article. I think he was misled while eagerly looking for stuff on the “4th industrial revolution” and “smart cities” bollocks.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jun 27, 2024 3:51 PM

Insurance versus assurance.

In Uk, insurance is coveŕing an event that might happen like a car crash or subsidence in your house.

Assurance covers an event that WILL happen. Like life assurance.

In France, the healthcare system is partly based on an “Assurance maladie mutuelle”

This is the top-up insurance you pay for the bit the state doesn’t cover. 30% of the total cost.

Here’s the weird bit : the mutuelle does not ask you for any health questions. Just your age.

So, regardless of your health history, you pay the same as anyone else in your age cohort.

If you’re on benefits or low income, this top-up is free.

Social policy at it’s best.

YourPointBeing
YourPointBeing
Jun 27, 2024 3:40 PM

OT ish:

They plan to dump the ISS (intentional sham station) into earths ocean.
Obviously, the infinity of space wasn’t the best option for this lump of aluminium foil and LEDs.

Guess who got the contract? Lone Skum.

Look, and be amazed at the utter contemptuous bullshit they are feeding you all:

https://www.bbc.com/news/articles/cnl02jl5pzno

YourPointBeing
YourPointBeing
Jun 27, 2024 3:42 PM
Reply to  YourPointBeing

This is revelation of the method

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 27, 2024 4:55 PM
Reply to  YourPointBeing

A submarine has bulkheads; the ISS has no bulkheads. Go figure.

As for footage of its construction, which would be humanity’s greatest engineering achievement if it was real… “they’re too busy doing science”.

LOL
LOL
Jun 27, 2024 11:40 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Without assistance, it would eventually fall back to Earth on its own

Even if it was there, this is more “science”

Brianberou
Brianberou
Jun 27, 2024 2:28 PM

CAUSES OF NATURAL CLIMATE CHANGE. By James Mcgrath, PE 14 Aug 2021 last revd 23 Jul 2022. IF YOU THINK HUMANS CAN CONTROL CLIMATE, HERE ARE SOME OF THE NATURAL CAUSES THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO OVERCOME: NATURES EFFECTS: 1. VARIATIONS IN SOLAR INPUTS, especially SUNSPOTS – Every 11 years elevated sunspot activity occurs on the Sun and is transmitted to earth as heat. 2. PRECESSION – The Earth’s axis moves in a cycle that lasts 26,000 years during which time it varies by 23 degrees from the neutral axis which is perpendicular to the Suns rays. This changes the locations of deserts and forests. 3. ECCENTRICITY OF EARTHS ORBIT – Changes the distance from the Sun to Earth. This varies the amount of heat the Earth receives from the sun. It warms and cools the Earth, relatively. Called the Milankovich Cycle. 4. METEORS OR COMETS – Are plentiful but… Read more »

Shearwater
Shearwater
Jun 27, 2024 5:12 PM
Reply to  Brianberou

thanks, this should be on the school curriculum, it isn’t because I taught it and it would have been one heresy too far resulting in likely dismissal. Should also be compulsory reading for anyone who is unaware of the fact that CO2 which is the basis of all life, comprises 0.04 of the atmosphere and that the human contribution is only 4% of the total

Brianborou.
Brianborou.
Jun 27, 2024 7:11 PM
Reply to  Shearwater

Unfortunately, I have met a number of people who have swallowed the propaganda that humans are the cause of Climate/ warming/ freezing/ change depending on the decade.

Moreover, they kept regurgitating the Net Zero mantra but hadn’t the faintest what percentage the Earth’s atmosphere comprise of Carbon Dioxide.

When mentioned it was o.o4%, their response was 99% of scientests believe in Climate change.

However, I pointed out who is paying their wages and how was the figure 99% arrived at the propaganda programming kept overriding their reasoning powers.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 28, 2024 8:49 AM
Reply to  Shearwater

-Solar minima, separated by 350-400 years, during which insolation and solar magnetic field fall. This cycle follows the change in orbit of the Sun around the centre of mass of the Solar System. -Sunspot cycle of ~11 years, whereby an increase in sunspots retards cloud formation. -Yearly cycle of change in the distance of Earth from the Sun, changing insolation (maximum to minimum) by ~7%. -Tilt in the axis of Earth rotation (a) determining the seasons (b) expected change in a cycle of 26,000 years (“precession”). -Greater proportion of land north of the Equator. -Daily Earth rotation that exposes half of the planet to the Sun at any time. -Natural gradient of surface temperature from Equator to pole. Since the 1970s, rising insolation increased the heat transported to the North Pole through both ocean and atmosphere. -Sustained particulate pollution (dust, soot, micro-plastics) (a) reducing the albedo of ice and snow… Read more »

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 27, 2024 11:08 AM

I very rarely peek into Craig Murray’s sleep inducing blog these days but it still has a masochistic hold on me. My feeling is that Craig is a hopeless dupe who (going by his own comments) has very little input to the administration of his blog which is being managed by a crew of pseudo Left intelligence assets grinding out Graud type mind steering. Take this example of a Murray forum: https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/forums/topic/climate-change-denialists-who-get-all-shy/ “Climate Change Denialists (who get all shy)” The title says it all. But the initial comment is a hoot too: “Comrades,” Seriously? “In honour of Bayard, and at the kind suggestion of the Mods,” Interesting. I wonder who these Mods are? “I open this discussion for climate change deniers who seem to embrace every opportunity to voice their denialism (completely unprompted quite often, as in the example below), but then get all coy when it comes to discussing… Read more »

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 27, 2024 11:41 AM
Reply to  George Mc

And it’s no surprise to find that another of Craig’s fun forums goes large on the trans twaddle:

https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/forums/topic/sex-and-gender-in-humans-is-not-binary/

Note the typical scientifico medico gloop de wooble that opens. Fully bedecked with capital letter formulae farting and something called a “karyotype” which may be a type of car.

But on the topic of women’s willies, it seems there is a certain permissable push back. A heroic individual called Digger UK (or a stand in for a “trans denier”) is allowed to snort. Never mind. Super troll Clark soon sorts him out.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 27, 2024 11:49 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Mr Murray is, unfortunately, not well educated nor briefed about scientific matters, neither Covid19 nor climate science. That isn’t a crime, I’m not nearly as well educated as him about Russia, Ukraine, Poland etc etc. The first thing climate change religionists don’t do is evaluate the evidence for themselves. The vast majority cite ‘authority’, when the principles of science say that it doesn’t matter what a Professor says if the evidence says otherwise, just as a 16 year old school leaver can be right if the evidence says so. The climate lobby has completely bought academia through controlling the sources of research funding. No-one gets funded to the level necessary to become a Professor without researching areas congenial to the climate lobby. So considering the academic climate change community to be dispassionate seekers of truth is a fatal error. The IPCC was created as a political lobby, not as a… Read more »

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 27, 2024 1:16 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

I don’t think anyone has to be “well educated” or “properly briefed” to know that e.g. a fundamental change in the entire conception of human immunity that is unwarranted by the presented evidence is bullshit especially at this late stage. The thing that never fails to amaze me is how seemingly intelligent people can fall for the most ludicrous scams when presented with impressive jargon.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jun 27, 2024 10:02 PM
Reply to  George Mc

That is a classic sales tactic – to impress the target with unfathomable language, and they will invariably buy it.

However, that does not explain why people with the intelligence and schooling behind them cling to paradigms without ever looking over the fence of their enclosure. These people have a career and income to protect – they use motivated reasoning to convince themselves that their way is factual.

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Jun 27, 2024 2:41 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

What was the hottest decade since 1900? Well, the Climate Narrative TM would have you believe that it must have happened after 1945 as that is when the emissions start looking like the “hockey stick” graph. In the US context the hottest decade since 1900 was the decade of the 1930’s, the Dust Bowl, The Grapes of Wrath etc. Is the climate really getting hotter?

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Jun 27, 2024 2:42 PM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

Sorry, comment was for George Mc…

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 27, 2024 4:30 PM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

My favourite panic mongering bulletin comes from Mr Spock:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQSBn50o_8M

“During the lifetime of our grandchildren, arctic cold and perpetual snow could turn most of the inhabitable portions of our planet into a polar desert!”

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 27, 2024 4:32 PM
Reply to  George Mc

The snappy editing piranha wouldn’t let me back in so I’ll just have to put this extra in here:

Note: Then it was cold! They obviously thought heat was scarier.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jun 27, 2024 9:57 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Religionists / followers of scientism all refuse to look at scientific rebuttals or assertions of any contrary evidence. That’s what makes them believers.

Chris_Mr
Chris_Mr
Jun 28, 2024 8:53 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

“Greenhouse gas” is a made up word.. to make people think that the gasses have some greenhouse effect.. which they don’t. Pressure is everything that the input energy isn’t.. look at mountains on the equator, snow on top due to the lower pressure, we even have “High pressure” and “Low pressure” on the weather forecast which always have associated higher or lower temperatures.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 29, 2024 5:56 AM
Reply to  Chris_Mr

Reply gone pending.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 30, 2024 7:36 AM
Reply to  Chris_Mr

2nd. attempt at reply on 30th.

Agree. In 2017, Ned Nikolov and Karl Zeller published research under pseudonyms (article subsequently “withdrawn” for that reason) on a model only dependent on (a) insolation (b) estimated air pressure at the surface. It even works for Venus, Mars, Triton and Titan.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 30, 2024 7:37 AM
Reply to  Chris_Mr

2nd. attempt at reply also gone pending.

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 1, 2024 6:23 AM
Reply to  Chris_Mr

3rd. attempt at reply on 3rd. day, 1st. July, has also gone pending.

Danny O'Thebes
Danny O'Thebes
Jun 27, 2024 1:04 PM
Reply to  George Mc

I doubt any of the regulars at the Murray blog imagine that the reason no one stays around to argue very long is that it quickly becomes clear that arguing with a bunch of religious zealots is a complete fucking waste of time.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 27, 2024 4:57 PM
Reply to  Danny O'Thebes

Use of the term “climate denialists” says upfront somewhere isn’t going to be a place for honest questioning but for pushing agendas…

YourPointBeing
YourPointBeing
Jun 27, 2024 3:34 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Burning cardboard cut outs doesn’t add to the climate change (cc = 33, Natürlich) burden.

Burn, babylon, burn

ariel
ariel
Jun 27, 2024 5:06 PM
Reply to  YourPointBeing

‘Baby-Elon???’

ariel
ariel
Jun 27, 2024 5:07 PM
Reply to  ariel

‘The Lone Mask.’

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Jun 27, 2024 5:26 PM
Reply to  George Mc

You really don’t have to ‘believe’ or ‘not believe’ in climate change to see the kind of problems that we all have to deal with. Arguing about the message obscures the fact that cheaply built homes sited in areas prone to disasters are going to experience problems sooner or later as they have done throughout history. All climate change will do is alter the frequency of some events and maybe move them to areas where they might not have been experienced before. The bureaucratic top down mandates imposed by government and by insurance companies can just compound the problems. Requiring necessary but expensive upgrades means homeowners need to come up with funds that invariably require people to mortgage their equity (i.e. de-facto sell their house to the bank). Costs rise steeply because of people taking advantage of enforced demand. People lose out because of this so its not surprising that… Read more »

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 27, 2024 10:26 AM

The spuriousness of “The Science” behind “climate change”, as with the totally incoherent transgender waffle and the curious pile up of “unprecedented” new viruses that need vaccination, is a matter that can be shot down any number of times by actual real scientific investigation. None of which matters to a media juggernaut relentlessly churning out the original spew. Every prestigious channel from the media organs to “the scientific community” to government departments will grind out the deception continually. The aim is brutally pragmatic: to hypnotise the public into repeating the desired mantra and submitting to the desired memes.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 27, 2024 9:57 AM

Pending.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 27, 2024 9:56 AM

The report from Karl Malin, CEO of Climate Valuation and Co Founder of The Climate Risk Group, is revealing:

“locations that modern technology and climate science now suggest could become unliveable”

Meaning that those newly declared mystical oracles, modern technology and climate science, are to be our guides. And

“The challenge therefore is not to find fault but to find solutions”

Meaning, no-one is to doubt the aforementioned mystical pronouncements.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 27, 2024 11:51 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Just because someone wrote a report doesn’t mean that anyone has to take any notice of it. He’s not UK Prime Minister, US President of the beneficiary of a coup d’etat in the People’s Republic of China, is he?

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jul 2, 2024 10:36 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Any Professor or PhD label can fill the role as witness or evidence for future disasters. The sheeple will swallow any title and white overall.

Kind regards
Professor Erik Nielsen, PhD in Atom Physics and Founder of Global Corp/UN Group on Nanobots in Clima Resolve Freedom and Chairman of the Board in the Disaster Rapid Action Group.  😅 

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 27, 2024 6:20 AM
Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 27, 2024 11:52 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Increasing heat increases ocean evaporation, which increases cloud cover, which reduces maximum temperatures and increases minimum temperatures.

YourPointBeing
YourPointBeing
Jun 27, 2024 6:04 AM

OT:

The latest in a series of Wacky coincidences:

University of Reading researchers created 33 fictitious students and used AI tool ChatGPT to generate answers to module exams for an undergraduate psychology degree at the institution.

As you all should know by know “AI” is a massive psyop…….

Edward Bernaysauce
Edward Bernaysauce
Jun 27, 2024 4:13 AM

Beta-Testing’s a Bitch.
Beta-Males Testicles are ‘Bitch-Like’
How many licks does it take to get to the center of micro-tootsie-pop?
Let’s take a poll and find out…

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 27, 2024 1:26 AM

Drill, Baby, Drill !!!

D-207

les online
les online
Jun 27, 2024 1:10 AM

Maybe it’s just coincidence that the Bird ‘Flu Virus (BFV) psyop is being
ramped up as Elon Musk launches THOUSANDS of satellites that will
totally shower the globe with radiation ??
The Bird ‘Flu Virus (BFV) being so indiscriminate, threatening all and sundry,
provides a very useful explanation for all the harms the radiation Elon’s
satellites will inflict, dont you think ??

Please Get Rid Of Your Cell Phones, Now:
https://cellphonetaskforce.org/please-get-rid-of-your-cell-phones-now/

boxofcrayons
boxofcrayons
Jun 27, 2024 2:28 AM
Reply to  les online

the capabilities/repercussions of concentrated weaponized microwave radiation are very rarely discussed – perhaps it the thought of betrayel to that back pocket bum hugging security blanket a.k.a, smart phony, that generates a sense of hot and bothered.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 2:39 AM
Reply to  les online

re: Cell phones and their potential harm on all living things please see “Invisible Rainbow” by Arthur Firstenberg for a real primer on this topic.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 27, 2024 8:48 AM
Reply to  Thom 9

Top detail: the head of the WHO sees the detail on the impact of cell phones on health, bans them from her office and is out of the job within a year.

All the MSM who chant “if it saves one life… ” when it suits the agenda are msyteriously silent on this issue which just happens to be essential to the technocratic slave grid.

LOL
LOL
Jun 28, 2024 3:04 PM
Reply to  Thom 9

Amazingly, wikipedia does not label his work as “pseudo-science”!

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 27, 2024 1:01 AM

Handy that; having a test tube come Petri dish in the South Pacific.

It can be used for all kinds of social and ‘scientific’ experiments. From Scamdemics to experimental vaccines, vicious lockdowns, climate ‘chaos’, insurance thievery, testing multi billion dollar weaponry (jet fighters and submarines) and even dismissing elected governments (Whitlam, 1975).
Yep, welcome to the biggest lab in the world, which, by the way, IS also the driest inhabited continent on Earth.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 2:33 AM
Reply to  Johnny

Canada is right behind you on the social and pseudo-science scams. It seems the Satanic Western Oligarchy is using different places within its sphere of control to test out different models of control.

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 27, 2024 7:55 AM
Reply to  Thom 9

Canada: the 51st state.
Australia; the 52nd state.

All hail the the $TAR$ & $TRIPE$.

red lester
red lester
Jun 27, 2024 5:02 PM
Reply to  Johnny

I see they are going to take chicken away in oz based on penguin flu:

https://www.arkmedic.info/p/one-flew-over-the-chickens-nest

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jun 27, 2024 12:26 AM

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Johnny
Johnny
Jun 27, 2024 11:08 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

An incontrovertible lie?

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Jun 27, 2024 1:15 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Didn’t Al Gore predict that we were all going to be under water in ten years … seventeen years ago?

gorden
gorden
Jun 29, 2024 3:53 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

the sick and twisted information above is an insult to the globo homo lgbt plus community and 2 innocent drown polar bears all over the melting ice areas north south east west of baghdad.
the sea is proofs enough of melted ice sheets you big bully you

Matt
Matt
Jun 26, 2024 11:52 PM

It seems to be all based on having insurance, so just say your not having insurance as it’s totally up to you.

Literally nobody
Literally nobody
Jun 26, 2024 11:29 PM

What is most depressing is that it is still the case that the opposition allowable argument is in effect – e.g. people still engage on the presented topic of weather rather than going direct to the truth..it’s just power Vs powerless.
Also comments such as “residents are up in arms about attempts to impose…” Is clearly stage setting for familiar events.
People can’t resist the regime but can understand that the next person who, on the topic I’d weather,Vax etc is not radically opposed to the narrative is the footsoldier

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 26, 2024 9:19 PM

The climax change hoax/carbon credit scam is built on the premise of “global warming” and can only be justified if the world is actually getting warmer. The manmade C02 narrative has been created as the smoking gun that will cause sea levels to rise and glaciers to melt and has been debunked by many in the real scientific community. Remember Al Gore preposterous claim (in 2009) that the ice in the North Pole would be gone during the summers commencing in 2013. Here we are 11 years later…A definite inconvenient truth Mr.Gore… When the Beaufort Gyre does move further to the south it will impact the The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) causing the AMOC to effectively shutdown which will cause a major increase in cloud production and eventually leading to our next (mini) ice age. This could occur in our life time and may well coincide with the coming polar excursion that… Read more »

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 27, 2024 3:56 AM
Reply to  Thom 9

If you know “the CO2 problem” and “the Clima problem” both are Financial Instruments on a paper and nothing else.
Then you and many dont need to make all these outraged pointing fingers to the real world.
Goldman Sach’s CEO Al Gore (involved in design of all international finance frauds since 1929) made weather to a Clima problem because its non predictable behaviour make it difficult to control and manipulate the stock market and therefore is an enemy.

The CO2 problem was invented and designed by Obama and Al Gore together as a financial alignment scheme between the rich countries and the poor countries.

It ONLY exist on paper. People in the top know that. The sheeple are jumping around as usual.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 12:56 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

More “CORPORATE” fiction just like your “PERSON” is a corporation.

ie; DOE, JOHN = CAPITAS DIMINUTO MAXIMA
see:
https://thelawdictionary.org/capitis-diminutio/
also see:

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 30, 2024 11:41 PM
Reply to  Thom 9

Yes, seen it :-).

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 27, 2024 5:56 AM
Reply to  Thom 9

A major slowdown or cessation of AMOC means a big freeze for Western Europe and Eastern Canada. And good times for Northern Africa.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 9:52 PM
Reply to  mgeo

Much of the Northern Hemisphere industrialized nations could be deeply affected by AMOC shutdown.
However if we are entering the tipping point for the “polar magnetic excursion” then many people will be deeply affected on every continent.
Did I mention the potential for a solar micro nova…:)

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 27, 2024 11:56 AM
Reply to  Thom 9

The world warms and cools over decades, centuries, millennia, epochs and eras.

There’s nothing abnormal about the climate warming for 200 years, nothing at all. It’s happened so many times in history.

There’s been millions of years at a time with literally no ice on earth. None. But the climate hoaxers keep that awfully quiet. This is not controversial, it’s established geological fact.

1989 was when the Communist bloc collapsed. The Western propagandists needed a new bogey to keep people neurotic. They chose global warming.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 10:08 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

It is indeed all cyclical.
In our recent history (within the last 400 years) we have had the Maunder minimum.
https://www.britannica.com/science/Maunder-minimum
The Dalton Minimum
https://www.britannica.com/science/Dalton-minimum
On a grander scale we have had minor magnetic excursion every 6000+ years and more intense excursions every 12,000+ years. The linked article only scratches the surface of what we have already experienced during the last 60,000 years starting with the most recent Hilina Pali, Lake Mungo, Mono lLake, Laschamps I and II and Greenland/Vostok magnetic excursions.
https://eos.org/editors-vox/the-global-geomagnetic-field-of-the-past-hundred-thousand-years.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 30, 2024 11:45 PM
Reply to  Thom 9

Please be aware no human can predict anything as there is no linear “cycles”, as the clima and weather is and will always be chaotic unpreictable, off course within a certain frame of approx +40C to -40C.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 10:10 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Also see:

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 10:11 PM
Reply to  Thom 9

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 10:13 PM
Reply to  Thom 9

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jun 26, 2024 6:21 PM

Spare a thought for the poor old Maldives.

Lost to the waves these past 25 years.

Oh, wait !……………………….

wisenox
wisenox
Jun 26, 2024 5:57 PM

Control carbon and you control the future; gets worse when they use phony global warming to stop countries from rebuilding manufacturing.

Climate change is a lie, and obeying it is slavery.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jun 26, 2024 7:05 PM
Reply to  wisenox

The normalisation of climate change is the most dangerous.

I do listen and watch msm ‘news’ to see what’s going on.

Now, instead of the big “Europe’s burning” they casually introduce it as a throwaway:

“The king today launched his new organic biscuit range but warned that the sustainable wheat would have to be sourced from Australia due to the weather in Norfolk being unsuitable for biscuit production, due to climate change”

annpower
annpower
Jun 27, 2024 7:36 AM

Climate change in affecting wheat in Norfolk? Climate change not affecting wheat in Australia then? I was under the (mis)apphension that climate change affected the planet, clue as in global warming. But global warming is so last year. Changes in climate can cover a much broader spectrum – too much rain, not enough rain, too much sun, not enough sun. I remember as a child in the 50s nice hot summer weather usually followed by a terrific thunderstorm, flying ants rising up out of the cracks in pavements (but of course not got pavements now only shit tarmac which according to my council was more aesthetically pleasing, but I digress). Nothing ever stays the same, I’m changing I was young now growing older, the weather changes, everything is cyclical, born, dying, hot, cold. As far I’m concerned its all a scam to keep introducing new business to make more money.… Read more »

ariel
ariel
Jun 27, 2024 5:22 PM

Just so

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 27, 2024 2:47 AM
Reply to  wisenox

Climate change is a lie, and obeying it is slavery.

Slavery and the potential extinction of millions if not billions of human beings from starvation, regional wars and nuclear annihilation…
Pushing back is no longer optional…

sandy
sandy
Jun 26, 2024 5:55 PM

Attacking the symptoms they are attempting to manifest upon us will get us nowhere. When we see the acceptance of using “public-private-partnerships” in public policy, it is a hand over of public authority to private capitalism. It is a privatization of public policy decision making. Placing public services in the hands of the profit motive rather than public benefit is totalitarian. The FED is a privatized central bank. USPS, Social Security and Medicare has been/is being predatorally stalked by capitalists as the last frontier of profit on an exploitation exhausted planet. Our imprisonment and harvesting is their last great hope we must interrupt. This is why the 99% need to take our authority to self-rule and ban public-private-partnerships and any form of monopoly, reinstating anti-trust laws as limits to wealth assuming the absolute authority they now wield. The “public-private-partnership” has been their slithering meme, conjured up, pop-a-ganda soft road to… Read more »

sandy
sandy
Jun 26, 2024 6:08 PM
Reply to  sandy

And… the UN, WHO, WEF, World Bank, IMF, Council on Foreign Relations, CDC and many more “agencies” who advocate these centralized authoritarian rule schemes, are, public-private-partnerships. There should be a public target on the back of any manifestation and be dismembered.

Bloobock
Bloobock
Jun 26, 2024 10:54 PM
Reply to  sandy

Agreed. Remarking upon recent developments in the slide toward totalitarianism is pointless. We’re wasting our time making predictions about the fate of the world when we should be fighting tooth and nail to prevent the otherwise genuinely inevitable fate. “Solutions Watch” is far too meek to represent a real protest, although it’s appreciated for what it’s worth. We need a practical movement, a true culture decided to jamming the machine. Only a change of culture can reverse this. OffGuardian could be a pioneer in this. Let’s get some petitions and creeds and statements of belief going. We hold plenty of truths to be self-evident, but They don’t know that!

LOL
LOL
Jun 27, 2024 11:53 PM
Reply to  Bloobock

All websites with a domain name are limited hangouts and that’s enforced by law. They could not keep the domain name if they were not limited hangouts.

You cannot state your beliefs on the open internet unless they comply with the rules of the status quo. It is now enforced by “hate speech ” laws which is doublespeak for censorship.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 27, 2024 5:59 AM
Reply to  sandy

The people of Kenya got quick results – on the streets.

LOL
LOL
Jun 27, 2024 11:49 PM
Reply to  sandy

“public-private-partnerships” is euphemism for neo- fascism

gorden
gorden
Jun 29, 2024 4:03 PM
Reply to  LOL

gordon brown browns bottom and tory blair like thatcher the milk snatcher and her handler victor rothschild where pioneers of p p p

you can take that statement to the b i s bank

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Jun 26, 2024 5:54 PM

Developers are risk agnostic — they build for profit and if their developments are in fire or flood zones or on earthquake faults then that’s not their problem. Its a problem for the rest of us, of course, and not just the people directly affected. How it’s solved — or not solved — says a lot about our society. The preferred way in our modern societies appears to be to set targets, impose penalties (never incentives, note) and pass the buck, usually to those with the least resources and power to push back against the losses imposed on them. (Its all part of the general rule of ‘privatize profit, nationalize loss’.) My concern is that this kind of bureaucratic top down mandate is going to miss the point entirely. Here in California we’re no stranger to natural disasters, with or without global warming or whatever. We’ve got earthquake faults, flood… Read more »

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 26, 2024 6:56 PM
Reply to  Martin Usher

Slightly relevance agnostic, bordering on the atheistic

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 26, 2024 4:43 PM

The big role going to be played by insurance companies in the construction of “the digital gulag” is a major theme in ‘A Brief History of the Future’. For example, the plan is for health insurance to require proof of healthy living via wearables (externally… at first).

As for rising sea levels, are those beachside villas being evacuated? Or are the banks still funding their construction and the rich still buying them? Coastline evacuations feature in Agenda 21 I seem to recall with Tuvalu seemingly an early field test.

BTW after the recent article on Kate Middleton, I noticed an interesting aside on Audrey Hepburn’s mother in Alex Constantine’s ‘Virtual Government’: Baronness Ella von Heemstra wrote a piece for a fascist magazine calling for a US Empire modelled on fascist lines.

sandy
sandy
Jun 26, 2024 5:34 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Re: 30’s US reception of fascism, Mussolini wrote Opinion articles for the SF Examiner. FDR and other leading politicians made positive comments about Hitler’s Germany coming out of economic depression. There’s photos of Nazi rallies at SF City Hall and Madison Square Garden. FDR and the western allies threw Spain under the bus when they did not back up anti-fascists in the Spanish Civil War and allowed Germany and Italy to team up with fascist Franco obliterate democratic anti-totalitarianism. They were entranced with what the absolute authoritarianism of Hitler had done to the German reparated economy destroyed by Western bankers after WW1.

Fascism, communism, no matter the brand of totalitarianism, capitalism loves it because the elite are in control. They hate real democracy where the people get to self-govern.

RegretLeft
RegretLeft
Jun 26, 2024 8:58 PM
Reply to  Edwige

“Beachside villas” ? You haven’t heard? – Tim Flannery the Austraelian climate change celebrity, err, I mean scientist (his PHd was in paleotology) bought two of them:
https://www.heraldsun.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/flannery-admits-no-chance-of-that-flooding-he-claimed-after-all/news-story/fa9cbb89d0ccac7f62ff4479bb48b8ca
Obama after leaving office, has acquired also not one, but two palatial beachfront estates – one in Hawaii the other in Martha’s Vineyard MA (on the east coast).
The 2011 prices cited at the above link sure seem like a steal! Some claim Flannery’s dire warnings of sea level rises drove down beachfront real estate prices in Australia -and then he made his savvy move. Don’t we have wonderful rulers?!

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 27, 2024 7:59 AM
Reply to  RegretLeft

Flannery and Gore are opportunists par excellence.
Corparasites.

Dr Mike Yeadon
Dr Mike Yeadon
Jun 26, 2024 11:04 PM
Reply to  Edwige

I no longer bother to insure anything Beyond legal requirements, nor purchase “health insurance”.
So, little leverage on me or my immediate family who I can protect.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 27, 2024 5:11 AM
Reply to  Dr Mike Yeadon

Insurance companies all raised their premiums 100% for home and contents last year for no good reason other than greed. Not in a flood area (top of a little hill, actually), good area, no record of subsidence etc etc.

The only reason I can see for it is repeated refusal to settle claims quickly and for lawyers to be bleeding the public dry with their endless adversarial lawsuits even when both parties agree who was at fault (or that no-one was at fault).

Amazing that in one generation, insurance has gone from being a sensible, valuable product (when a washing machine fails under warranty and floods an upper floor flat, requiring replastering of a ceiling, an insurance company paid out quickly and the work was done quickly), to a burdensome tax solely aimed at enriching the already rich.

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 27, 2024 10:20 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Insurance salespeople are a pox on this Earth. They make car salespeople look like saints.

Balkydj
Balkydj
Jun 27, 2024 8:51 AM
Reply to  Dr Mike Yeadon

Respect@Dr Mike Yeadon: 2 example being insurers Allianz (Corporate) & WWF (NGO) spend over 50% of their revenues on PR Marketing.

Which begs the question, how much of their gross revenue did the W.H.O. deploy & pay to Hill & Knowlton Strategies and Partners (WPP, in reality), to convince people of Covid19 ?

On the insurance matter, wise decision. Fortunately, 40 odd years ago, at the age of 21, a wealthy man moving to S.Africa advised me against Any insurance, with sound reasoning: was I expecting the boat to sink… and was I not confident of our quality of service ? The day ‘the Front fell off’ any insurance business,
In my book.

UncleWalrus
UncleWalrus
Jun 26, 2024 4:33 PM

The same is being done with the EU’s new “sustainable insulation” laws, article from Denmark about how “800.000” homes might be unsellable https://archive.ph/OxEUE(deepl.com to translate if you want to read the rest): “As part of the new Buildings Directive, the European Commission will introduce a new energy labelling system to classify each country’s homes, which will be labelled from A to G. The approximately 15 per cent least energy-efficient homes will be placed in category G. Properties that fulfil specific criteria are placed in group A. The rest of the homes are distributed evenly across categories B to F. According to the proposal, homes from group G must be energy upgraded to at least category F by 2030. By 2033, all homes in groups G and F must be energy upgraded to at least group E. The categorisation is done country by country. This ensures that the worst homes in… Read more »

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 27, 2024 5:15 AM
Reply to  UncleWalrus

Rezoning neighbourhoods for commercial use? Not near where I live. Here, office space is not fully occupied post lockdowns and conversions of formerly commercial space into apartments is popping up.

Quite frankly also, it can often be a lot cheaper to buy a property, demolish it and rebuild from scratch. No expensive internal conversions etc. Just a new build where once there was an old property.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 27, 2024 6:06 AM
Reply to  UncleWalrus

Another great way to get people off the land, into 15-minute ghettos.

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 26, 2024 3:56 PM

The “Managed Retreat” scheme is another variant of using the Climate Con to make homeowners properties non-compliant. The introduction of home energy certificates in the developed world was the first step. Homeowners that fail to complyn- most likely due to exorbitant costs – to retrofit their homes to meet ever increasing regulations, such as ground or air heat pump heating systems and ridiculous insulation targets will find it difficult to sell their homes. In time, buyers will not be able to get a mortgage on non-compliant properties, leaving only cash buyers to sell to. Prices will collapse and the vultures, namely the usual suspects and other asset managers and banks will swoop in for the kill. For those who have no plans to sell in the foreseeable future, such as the retired, new punitive ‘eco’ taxes could be levied such that they cannot afford to pay the taxes and therefore… Read more »

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 27, 2024 6:09 AM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

You will own nothing, you will rent from BlackRock, and you will act happy. Take that as an order.

antonym
antonym
Jun 26, 2024 3:45 PM
underground poet
underground poet
Jun 26, 2024 6:26 PM
Reply to  antonym

The water temp in south jersey usa didnt used to get to the 70’s F until late aug, now the water temp has been way higher for weeks, this is the fuel for storms, and shows no signs of erasing any time soon, its a momentum thing.

ariel
ariel
Jun 27, 2024 5:33 PM
Reply to  antonym

Pretty much slam-dunk case proven, then.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jun 26, 2024 3:40 PM

Insurance actuaries are, by the nature of their profession, very cautious.

Strange, then, that we haven’t heard much from health insurance actuaries regarding jab side effects from the recent covid operation.

Very strange.

Yet a provably non-existant threat has them throwing their hands in the air.

Curiouser and curiouser !

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 26, 2024 8:47 PM

Just as curious is the lack of comment from life insurers. I had previously tried to check the share prices of the 10 largest life insurers in USA. Most are mutuals which means that they are not quoted on the stock market. Lincoln National which is publicy quoted and traded has its current share price down at levels not seen since the 1990’s and very briefy during the GFC in 2008. https://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/092915/biggest-life-insurance-companies-us.asp Since life insurance is not the only insurance underwriting these firms undertake it is harder to see the effect of any life insurance business losses. Also, it is plausible that some of the triilions in funny money created through QE by central banks has found its way to the life insurers to ensure that they remain silent. Such action could be deemed to mean what Larry Fink really meant by “Going Direct” – the policy of injecting funds… Read more »

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Jun 27, 2024 1:28 PM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

In the US at least, most insurance companies also sell lots of financial products, so they’re basically an arm of finance: the FIRE (finance, insurance, and real estate) sector they call it.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jun 27, 2024 12:37 AM

Didn’t Edward Dowd compile his death from Covid jabs stats from insurance / actuarial figures?

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 27, 2024 6:12 AM

The insurance industry expressed major alarm in Germany and USA around early 2022, but that news may have been buried in the overall interest – of the masters.

Luke
Luke
Jun 27, 2024 3:31 PM
Reply to  mgeo

The one insurance executive in Germany who published the data was virtually executed and lost his job. Since then, no one has adressed this topic. Punish one, educate thousands.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jun 26, 2024 3:30 PM

I am just reading Paul Cudenec’s excellent “The Great Racket” which is as concise a summary of the parasite class as you will find.

In that work he states that the men who deleberately start and prolong wars for profit are not in themselves evil but a conduit for evil.

That is the only point on which I would disagree with the author.

thejackalsmark
thejackalsmark
Jun 26, 2024 3:48 PM

I still need to read that one but after reading some of his other titles, here’s definitely someone who would actually know who the hell Larkin Rose is. 💯👏👏👏👏👏💯

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jun 27, 2024 12:39 AM
Reply to  thejackalsmark

Who the hell, then, is Larken Rose?

judith
judith
Jun 27, 2024 12:44 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

I know that he’s done several interviews with James Corbett on corbettreport.com

LOL
LOL
Jun 28, 2024 12:08 AM

were they born evil?