Thursday, February 9, 2023

Global Cooling Over Last 8 Years According To NOAA Data

Global COOLING continues for eighth straight year, according to NOAA data

According to the latest data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), there has been no “global warming” over the past decade. Instead, global COOLING continues for the eighth consecutive year! The NASA satellite data finds a 0.11°C/decade drop in average global temperatures over the past eight years and five months.

CO2 emissions, whether natural or man-made, are not driving the world into an “existential crisis” of global warming. Despite 475 billion tons of man-made CO2 emissions in the Earth’s atmosphere, there still isn’t any evidence over the past decade that global warming exists or that it will “end the planet as we know it.”

Greenhouse gas effect is not the sole driver of global temperatures, and CO2 emissions will not end the world

It turns out that the greenhouse gas effect alone (observed on a small scale) does not extrapolate across the entire planet. There are many confounding factors in climate, weather, and ecology that keep the greenhouse gas effect in balance. The unpredictability of seasonal air masses, ocean currents, tectonic activity, photosynthesis, and solar activity are large confounding factors that are all forgotten when global warming alarmists hyper-focus on CO2 and the greenhouse gas effect. Weather modification programs and geoengineering can also be used to manipulate natural processes, weather patterns, and temperature, skewing overall temperature data.

Of course, there’s no foolproof way to accurately take the Earth’s temperature anyway, with so many variances occurring on a momentary basis in the atmosphere, on the ground, and throughout the oceans. What we do know is what we can feel in our own regional climates from season to season. The US Northeast is currently experiencing record cold temperatures. For example, Mt. Washington, N.H., just recorded a record low -45.5 degrees Fahrenheit and -107 degree wind chill. A record Siberian air mass blanketed the entire United States Christmas week 2022, bringing near record lows all the way to Florida. Even the fear-mongering media is reporting on record arctic temperatures in the Northeast, with reports coming out, saying, “Arctic outbreak shatters records in Northeast.” In the Southern US, there was a near-record low for hurricane activity during the 2022 hurricane season.

Fact checkers sell more global warming fear, ignoring cooling trends

Correlation does not equal causation. CO2 levels are being frivolously correlated with past warming trends, as the cooling trends are dismissed. When the cooling cycles return with rising CO2 levels, (as observed over the past eight years) the whole CO2-global warming theory loses its credibility.

Of course, the “fact checkers” were quick to dismiss the data on global cooling over the past decade. The latest Feb 3 “fact check” made sure to sell the global warming hoax a little harder by claiming that eight years of data on global cooling “is not a trend” and that we should be preparing for the planet’s end. The fact check claims that “eight cooler years cannot be extrapolated to draw conclusion on long term global warming.”

The fact checkers claim the eight years of global cooling data do not change the overall trajectory of global warming over the past several decades. The fact checkers can extrapolate data over several decades to “prove” their theory and push their narrative to benefit the global elite, but they fail to recognize the cooling trends, and why the fluctuations in temperature are part of a larger cycle that is beyond man’s control. There is no reason to fear monger about temperatures, unless there is a global economic agenda to implement. Of course, that’s what all the fear and panic is for – to motivate governments to comply with global agendas that benefit the select few who engineer artificial crises.

Update: China's 'Spy Balloon' Base Located On Remote And Heavy Militarized Island

REVEALED: China's secret spy balloon base is located on remote and heavily militarized island - as Beijing officials 'refuse to speak to US defense secretary after balloon was downed'

The Chinese spy balloon that was shot down by a US fighter jet off the coast of South Carolina on Saturday was the product of a factory based out of a naval base on a remote island in the Communist nation, it has been revealed. 

A new report from the Washington Post details that the airship, which triggered a dramatic, and public, spying saga that worsened Chinese-U.S. relations, has been a key part of Beijing's intelligence operations for years. 

The report says that the Chinese military has previously sent balloons into the airspace of geopolitical rivals such as Japan, India and the Philippines. 

The Pentagon earlier said that at least four other balloons were previously detected over US airspace, in Hawaii, Florida, Texas and Guam, three of those were during Donald Trump's presidency. 

Last Friday, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken postponed his trip to China hours before he was due to leave because of the balloon. While on Tuesday, China's defense minster rejected an overture from US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to discuss the events of the last week. 

The Pentagon said in a statement: 'Lines between our militaries are particularly important in moments like this. Unfortunately, the PRC has declined our request. Our commitment to open lines of communication will continue,' reports Politico. 

One senior official told the Post that China's airship program represents a 'massive effort' within the country's espionage programs. The program is based of the Yulin Naval Base on Hainan Island on China's southern coast. 

While a Japanese official told the newspaper that in 2020 an orb was spotted over the country, which many believed was a UFO. That official said: 'In hindsight people are realizing that was a Chinese espionage tool. But at that time it was purely novel — nobody had seen this.'

Intelligence officials do not have an estimate on how many spy balloons the Chinese military possesses. An official did use the word 'dozens' when asked about how many sightings there have been in recent years, according to the Post. 

The newspaper went on to report that in June 2022, a spy balloon crashed in Hawaii. As a result, the US military were able to gleam valuable information about Chinese military technology. 

Speaking about the advantages of using a balloon for spying reasons rather than more sophisticated technology, retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Charlie 'Tuna' Moore said: 'If you have a balloon that’s moving extremely slowly you have persistence that you can’t get from a satellite.'

Moore added that typically satellites only have seconds in order to take pictures of their targets. 


Another View Of The Chinese Balloon Situation:

The Chinese Spy Balloon Hoax

After the Russiagate Hoax, the Covid hoax, and the Insurrection hoax, We now Have the Chinese Spy Balloon Hoax

According to Washington and the whore media, China sent a balloon that the Pentagon said “could” be loaded with explosives to spy on America.  A top general said that similar balloons have entered US airspace undetected before.  The balloon is huge–200 feet tall weighing in excess of a couple thousand pounds.  So if such a large object can enter our airspace undetected, does this mean far smaller ICBMs can also? 

Do understand that what is going on here is the purposeful creation of an incident for propaganda purposes to stoke up more animosity against China, and to spend more money on defense in Asia.  We don’t have a Malaysian airliner to blame on China, but we do have a weather balloon.

After receiving a brainwashing by a Pentagon briefing, Rep. Jim Himes (D,Conn.) says that US officials will “learn a lot” from the pieces of the “Chinese spy craft” that was shot down.

Two other d…..t House members, one a Republican, one a Democrat declare the blown-off-course weather balloon “a violation of American sovereignty.”

The Chinese explanation is the only one that makes any sense: 

“It is a civilian airship used for research, mainly meteorological, purposes. Affected by the Westerlies and with limited self-steering capability, the airship deviated far from its planned course.  The Chinese side regrets the unintended entry of the airship into US airspace due to an unforeseen and unintended outcome. The Chinese side will continue communicating with the US side and properly handle this unexpected situation caused by wind and limited steering capability.” (A translation uses the term “force majeure,” an unforeseen event.)

But the spy story continues.  It is needed in order to worsen relations with China, the second nuclear power that Washington is doing everything it possibly can to antagonize.  Keep in mind that in these days spying is done by satellites, not by weather balloons.  If China is using balloons to spy on the US, why did China send a balloon over Columbia.  Why is China spying on South America?

The Columbian military determined that the balloon posed no threat to national security, defense, or air safety.  Washington lacks the capability of the Columbian military, because Washington is in the business of creating a hoax issue.

Try to think of something the government has told the truth about.  Tonkin Gulf?  Ruby Ridge?  Waco? Oklahoma City Bombing? 9/11? Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction?  Assad’s use of chemical weapons? Gaddafi?  Russiagate?  January 6 insurrection?  Covid?  Covid vaccine?  Ukraine?  Malaysian airliner?   Find one thing that was true.

All the government’s lies, parroted by the presstitutes, are designed to advance secret agendas.  The people are brainwashed with lies so that they go along with the agendas.  That is the way the US government functions.  There is no longer an American media.  Just an indoctrination ministry.  Only official narratives please.  All else is misinformation.

CIA Director: A Third Intifada Could Break Out Soon

CIA director warns Israel a third intifada could break out soon
Itamar Eichner

CIA director William Burns voiced his concern about the fragile state of affairs with regards to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, saying the current tensions between Israel and the Palestinian Authority could soon lead to a third intifada. 

Burns two weeks ago returned from a trip to the region, where he met Israeli and Palestinian officials.

Speaking at Georgetown University in Washington D.C, Burns said that conversations with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Abbas "left me with doubts and concerns."
"I was a senior diplomat during the Second Intifada, and now we see some unhappy reminders of what we saw then. Part of the responsibility of the CIA is to work closely with both Israeli and Palestinian security services to prevent a violent uprising. It's a big challenge.
"The biggest lesson I've learned in all my years in the Middle East is to always have humility. Too often the United States has strolled in thinking we can alter regions of the world we don't understand. Perhaps we could disengage from the Middle East, but that region has the bad tendency of keeping us involved."

Burns also addressed concerns regarding the massive wave of protests in Iran. "The regime, the protests, the courage of Iranian women who are tired of corruption and political oppression. None of this is about Americans, but about Iranians and their future.

"The police can oppress the local population only briefly, but are unable to give the sort of answers that younger Iranians, which constitute 70% of the population, are looking for."
With regards to Iran supplying Russia with drones to attack Ukraine, he said: "A few weeks ago I spent 30 hours in Kyiv, six of which inside bomb shelters, since there were two Russian attacks on Ukrainian civilian infrastructure."

Nuclear War On The Horizon:

Let’s talk about nuclear war

The United States and Russia – the two greatest nuclear powers on the planet – have embarked on a wide-ranging “indirect war”. All that now remains is for them to engage in direct warfare, which will end up happening sooner or later. If later, it will be exactly because both powers are aware that any direct war between them will inevitably escalate into nuclear war, with a good chance of devastating them both.

How we reached this point will not be examined in depth here. Very briefly, both parties regard this as a struggle for existence – Russia, in order to continue to exist as a nation (in Putin’s words, “there is no compromise, a country is either sovereign or a colony”), and the United States, to continue to exist as the nation with hegemony over the rest (the US economy has become so reliant on that hegemony that its end would entail the country’s collapse).

Accordingly, both are willing to take the conflict to its ultimate consequences in order to prevail, and thus nuclear war becomes more inevitable with every passing day.

Among those responsible for a nuclear war that will be the downfall of all Humankind, there can be no “good guy”. However, when one side is fighting to subsist with autonomy, while the other is fighting in order to dominate the rest, it is not difficult to discern which is most the “bad guy”. Also, if it is still possible, after the hecatomb, to bring the culprits to some kind of justice, it will make all the difference to distinguish who “pressed the button” first (that is, who deliberately chose for millions of people to die) from whoever operated their buttons in retaliation to the incoming attack.

What developments will take place until we finally arrive at nuclear war is also not the purpose of this piece. Once again, to summarise, both are trying to “gain time”, hoping for their adversary to fall over their own feet before direct war ensues: the Russians are counting on an economic and social collapse in the West, while the US counts on a military defeat of the Russians by the Ukrainians, resulting in the fall of the Putin government. It has to be said, however, that thus far the Russians are getting the better of this “war of attrition”.

The US also seeks to draw Russia into war against some other, NATO-member country, prodding Lithuania to blockade land access to the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, Romania to provide Moldavia with the means to reincorporate the pro-Russian separatist region of Transnistria, and Poland to occupy the westernmost portion of the Ukraine, so as to force Russia to respond militarily. Under the fifth article of the treaty that set up NATO, an attack on any member state is to be taken as an attack on them all; in that way, the United States would drag all of Europe into a war against Russia. The Russians (as well as these European cannon-fodder candidates) have thus far managed to sidestep this trap.

What is certain is that, militarily, both the United States and Russia are preparing for the eventuality of a nuclear war. The Russians have been doing so for longer. So much so that they have resumed the Soviet-era endeavour to build nuclear shelters on a major scale for their whole urban population: by 2016, new shelters were ready to house a further 12 million people. Conversely, the United States relies on the “first strike” doctrine of a devastating, surprise attack to decapitate the Russian leadership before they have time to react. For that reason, the possibility of their installing nuclear missiles on Ukrainian territory was, given its geographical proximity, a “red line” for the Russians and a fond aspiration for the United States (missile flight time to Moscow would be cut to about four minutes).

In order to be in a position to unleash a first strike, the United States have taken the following measures: they have introduced what they call “super-fuze” technology to their warheads. This causes detonation to occur on arrival at an optimal altitude over the target, with deviation (trajectory imprecision) factored in, thus enabling less powerful warheads to guarantee destruction of strongly protected target (such as Russia’s missile launch silos). They have also converted some of their Ohio class, ballistic missile launching submarines (each carried 24 Trident missiles) to cruise missiles (each now carries 154 Tomahawk missiles, which are harder to detect and home in on their targets more accurately). Lastly, they are “miniaturising” the warheads (which can now be less powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima), on the (theoretical) basis that missiles that are more accurate, harder to detect and that detonate closer to their targets can be relied on to annihilate Russia’s retaliatory capability – even using less powerful warheads and thus minimising the resulting “nuclear winter” effects. The Russians, meanwhile, as deterrents to a US nuclear attack, have developed innovative weapons whose performance is a closely-guarded secret of State (the US will have to find out the hard way). These include the S-400, S-500, S-550 and A-235 Nudol anti-missile systems and the Peresvet space satellite “blinding” weapons.