Following Its 2-Day Heatwave, The UK Suffers Unusual July Chills (2.9C/37.2F)
It’s been 11-days since the UK endured its 48-hours of heat, since that toasty plume of African air rode anomalously-far north on the back of weak and wavy meridional jet stream flow and sent climate extremists into record-breaking fits of bed wetting hyperbole (which they must surely now be embarrassed about).
Britain, and also large parts of Northern France, have seen a pause in summer this week — very cool temperatures for late-July have invaded vast swathes with lows of 2.9C (37.2F) logged on Wednesday morning at Sennybridge, Wales — the nation’s coldest late-July reading in decades.
But according to master shillers theguardian.com, “the UK is no longer a cold country”:
This criminally insane statement is to be expected from such a ‘compromised’ outlet that relinquished its principles to ‘the beast’ many moons ago now–when UK authorities came down hard on the publication following its wiki-leaks and ‘Climategate‘ stories of 2009/2010).
Climate scientists have called for the UK to quickly adapt to extreme heat or risk thousands of excess deaths, continues the rag: “climate breakdown,” they claim, “means previously impossible heatwaves are killing people”.
I’m confidently calling BS on that one. It stands, and forever will stand, that COLD is a bigger killer than heat.
This call is backed by a new study (July 2022) which discovered that for every year in the UK from 2000-2019 excess deaths attributable to cold temperatures were 80-85x more common than deaths attributable to heat. In real numbers, the researchers concluded that, on average, an excess of 791 deaths were associated with heat and 60,753 deaths were linked to cold.
The likes of The Guardian don’t serve you and me — the people, they instead do the bidding of the establishment by propagandizing, propagandizing and propagandizing some more. But it wasn’t always that way.
Summer Snow Sweeps Alaska
Another region of the planet purported to be ‘burning into oblivion’ is Alaska.
Frustratingly for the climate zealots, however, conditions have been holding exceptionally cold across much of the state of late, with hefty dumps of July snow settling around the Bering Strait with flurries noted on Iŋaliq (Little Diomede).
Snow in July is highly unusual, so says Rick Thoman, climate specialist with ACCAP/IARC at UAF.
River valleys have been close to the freezing mark, particularly in the Bristol Bay region, and low temperature benchmarks have been toppled, such as at King Salmon — the 35F (+1.7C) logged on July 23 smashed its previous record of 39F (3.9C) set in 1970.
According to NWS reports, snow is falling around the Fairbanks area as I type — again, a rare feat for July.
“Between 3 and 5 inches of snow is expected above 2000 feet through Thursday afternoon. This includes the Dalton Highway from Sagwon to Atigun Pass. The snow will continue tonight and Thursday before tapering off Thursday afternoon,” reads an up to date NWS ‘Special Weather Statement‘.
Fresh Fertilizer Cuts In Germany…
Germany’s BASF, one of the world’s largest fertilizer producers, announced Wednesday that it will implement fresh cuts to its ammonia production in response to soaring natural gas prices.
“We are reducing production at facilities that require large volumes of natural gas, such as ammonia plants,” BASF’s chief executive said, adding that the higher energy costs would be passed onto consumers, including farmers who, the executive continues, should expect a sharp increase in fertilizer costs next year.
These BASF reductions follow an announcement from Yara International that it is also reducing fertilizer production at several plants, curtailing output to an annual capacity of 1.3 million mt of ammonia and 1.7 mt of finished fertilizer.
Further shocks and closures are on the horizon, particularly if the German government activates the “emergency” phase of its response plan to natural gas shortages. Under the emergency plan, all participants in the German market are obliged to take coordinated action to avoid gaps in supply and to achieve the target storage level of 85% by October 1, 2022.
European gas prices have soared after Russia’s Gazprom announced on Tuesday that it would reduce daily gas deliveries to Germany and other central European countries via the Nord Stream pipeline to 33m cubic meters a day–or just 20% of the pipeline’s capacity.
Germany imports 55% of its gas from Russia with the vast majority of it being delivered via the Nord Stream.
In a sign of desperation, Brussels recently requested that all EU member states cut their natural gas usage by 15% — a request, however, that was roundly rejected; while in the UK, the government has drawn up ‘energy contingency plans’ ahead of what is setting up to be a historically frigid winter in which they will demand that Brits turn down their thermostats.
As discussed in the past, this appears to be a calculated take down, a controlled demolition of society. Politicians are merely actors, they are simply following a script, and aiming your frustrations at them (via the ballot box) is a futile endeavor. The entire system has been corrupted, and Western players can easily be replaced by equally compliant minions of the WEF.
The pyramid has been setup so as to reward the handful of elites at the top–most of whom remain unseen; and the modus operandi of government is to transfer wealth ‘up’, and in that regard, it has been very successfully in recent years.
The ‘debacles’ of 2020-onward resulted in the largest wealth transfer in the history of the human race.
This was all by design, of course, meticulously planned; and, depressingly, I don’t think they’re with us yet.
Speaking of actors, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s recent push to accelerate his ‘noble fight against global terra-firma broiling’ is sparking a showdown with the nation’s farmers, who it appears, like the nation’s truckers, have a backbone, and need supporting.
The government is proposing to cut emissions from fertilizer 30% by 2030 as part of its suicidal goal to get to net zero. But growers are rejecting the plans, warning that in order to achieve such nonsense they’ll, 1) have to reduce grain output significantly during a global food crisis, and 2) will have to accept a C$10.4 billion ($8.08 billion) decline in revenue.
It appears that pricing farmers out of the business is another aspect of this net zero goal — such a forced mass sell-up will likely allow multi-national conglomerates (that now own governments btw) to sweep in and buy up all the arable land for cheap.
Control is the real goal here.
The pandemic and global warming are merely propagandized narratives aiding this latest phase of the ‘Mass Formation’ which is designed to lure a disconnected, fearful and lonely global population into willfully accepting misanthropic atrocities.
Global governments no longer function independently; instead, they receive the same orders from on high and implement them in a clear and obvious concert. In recent weeks, the orders have been to ratchet up the climate crisis rhetoric, capitalizing on summer in the NH — a ‘story’ that is being heavily propagandized ACROSS the bought-and-paid-for mainstream media.
From Canada to the UK, and from Australia to the Netherlands — the programming is identical.
Climate targets on nitrogen in the Netherlands spurred protests from growers worried they’d be priced out of the business. Furious Dutch farmers took cows to parliament, threatened to slaughter them and blockaded food distribution centers.
And the protest are continuing, seemingly gaining traction.
We need more of this.
Ordinary residents of planet Earth are engaged in a fight for freedom, and, increasingly, more and more groups are waking up to it–most recently the farmers.
And although ‘winning’ this war may be a big ask, given the power, organization and endless bankroll of the enemy, I think a unified resistance could at least limit the level of control ‘our betters’ can achieve.
At every turn and with each globalist policy decision we all need to kick up a monstrous fuss, akin to the farmers.
We outnumber them, and a billion+ resounding ‘nos’ ringing out in unison will send an intimidating, game-changing message.
Still, my message is to prepare for food shortages later in the year and into 2023, which I think are now unavoidable given the level of disruption to global supply chains (of seeds, inputs, and grain exports, etc.), and also the weather-related issues reported across farmland in North and South America, Europe and Australia–to name just four.
We need to grow your own food, and also bolster our family’s energy security while we’re at it, too — this controlled collapse could be mere months away.