March 25, 2023


Timothy Birdnow

So, last week we were hit by a large coronal mass ejection (CME) as the Sun flared and spat at us. We were lucky; it could have been far worse.

Such a flare/CME occurred in 1859 and took out the world's electronics. Fortunately those electronics amounted to telegraphs only, so damage was minimal; burned telegraph offices and blown out cables and whatnot. If the Carrington Event (named for Richard Carrington, an astronomer who observed the Sun going bananas before disgorging it's stomach contents all over us) happened today our entire civilization would collapse. It would generate a powerful Compton Effect in the Earth's atmosphere, an electromagnetic pulse would result that would knock all of our electronics out. Civilization would fall - and most of us would die.

That is what we dodged. The CME that occurred was on the other side of the Sun and so did nowhere near the damage it would have had it been facing us.

But we aren't out of the woods yet. A Near Earth Asteroid is going to pass the Earth inside the Moon's orbit.

Asteroid 2023 DZ2 will come withing 100,000 miles of the Earth. The 160 ft. long rock would not pose an existential threat to our civilization but it could take out a city were it to hit - or perhaps worse airburst.

This rock is moving at 17,403 MPH and is between 130 and 230 feet wide (40 to 70 meters). It will only be in the atmosphere for under five seconds. It might break apart in an air burst but that has it's own problems.The Tunguska meteorite air burst too and took out a thousand miles of trees. It was 150 to 200 feet, so comparable in size.

A hundred thousand miles is a long way, but if it should hit some previously unknown space debris before it gets here it could wind up ruining a few picnics. (If it is going to hit I hope it falls on D.C., not that I'm wishing that on anybody mind you.)

At any tate this rock reminds us that there is all manner of junk out there and we have no way at all to protect ourselves. At this point literally none.

And while this asteroid would not be a planet killer some HAVE been and we will be hit eventually by one. It is likely that the dinosaurs died out from a big one that hit the Gulf of Mexico off Yucatan.

The Heavens seem to be warning Mankind. Sadly we do not seem to be listening.

"And there will be signs in sun and moon and stars, and on the earth distress of nations in perplexity because of the roaring of the sea and the waves"

Hat tip: Mike.

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Before and After

Russell P. Green

Seven years ago, Democrats across the country expressed outrage when supporters of then candidate, Donald Trump, chanted "Lock Her Up" whenever Hillary Clinton's name came up at a campaign rally. I am waiting for those same "fair minded" Americans to express similar outrage at anyone demanding and championing the potential indictment of President Trump.

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Protecting Their Own Power

James Doogue

Consistent with everything else.

The Twitter Files reveal an elite at war with the truth

"The Twitter Files reporting rumbles on. Last week, journalist Matt Taibbi published a lengthy Twitter thread about the ties between Stanford University’s Virality Project and Twitter executives. The Virality Project was established to detect and counter ‘false and misleading narratives’ in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic. The 45-tweet thread shines a light on how this extensive collaboration attempted to censor legitimate information in the Covid debate."

"These latest revelations are particularly important because they prove beyond any doubt what many independent observers already suspected throughout the lockdowns – that the political elite and Big Tech were trying to block true information. In an ideal world, this would dismantle, once and for all, any notion that our supposed betters were merely acting to protect a world under threat. They were not. They were acting to protect their own power."

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March 24, 2023

The Winds of War

Timothy Birdnow

After a second drone strike on American troops in Syria Joe Biden issues an order to launch an airstrike against Iranian forces.

We keep inching closer and closer to world war.

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Cruz on the Bragg Inquest

Timothy Birdnow

Ted Cruz on the Trump persecution:

Ted Cruz on Instagram: "Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg is a left-wing partisan prosecutor. This is a frivolous and baseless political persecution."

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The Revolt of the Ruling Class

Maurizio Morabito

Things are getting clearer…you’re either a "populist” or you’ve been transformed into a NPC…

Michael Shellenberger on Twitter:


We've seen a turning inward of the propaganda efforts the United States carried out worldwide for nearly 100 years. As the war on terrorism was won, its proponents looked for new avenues for propaganda, disinformation, and censorship campaigns.

Then, the seismic upheavals of 2016 — the Brexit election in Britain and the election of Donald Trump — resulted in a consensus among American and Western elites that social media, particularly internet platforms more broadly, needed to be restrained.

I don't think senior intelligence officials actually believed the Russians had much influence over the 2016 elections. Rather, they used it as a pretext for engaging in censorship and propaganda.

This was all perfectly explained by former CIA media analyst Martin Gurri in his landmark book Revolt of the Public, where he argues that the demand for censorship, repression, and propaganda is a revolt of the elites against the populist uprising enabled by Internet technologies, in general, and by social media in particular.

The elites are undermining freedom and democracy to, in their mind, save them.

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Jimmy Carter and Joe Biden

Nikki Grace

History doesn't repeat, it rhymes as has been said, but this is very much like Jimmy Carter. I was a baby banker and bank officer at a regional bank during Carter. It was traumatic. Carter destroyed oil and gas, instituted boycotts, inflation was out of control by printed money. Capital was in rebellion, flight and hoarding. Business was collapsing. Banks were in trouble. His foreign policy was a disaster leading to the collapse of the Shah of Iran and the rise of fundamentalism in the middle east (He kissed up with the Ayatollah). He gave away the Panama Canal, a continuing national security risk. He was lecturing and cranky to the American people, proposed people should give up things like light and heat and travel and in fact turned off municipal and state lights in the country. Lowered the speed limit to 55 mph, making private auto trips, difficult, long and expensive. Keeping families apart, just like Biden's lockdown. He employed his Puritan ethics over the country. Biden is far from a Puritan, that is a difference, he appears Satanic, Biden champions all sort of perversion and freakishness. I hate what misery may be ahead for the country. Wish I could see an off ramp.

Tim adds:

Amen Nikki! People have forgotten just how bad Carter was and how much he hurt the country. He believed the Ayatollah Khomeini was a reformer and supported him over lthe Shah. When told the Shah was on the phone Carter gleefully shouted "F$^k the Shah!" in contradiction to his carefully crafted image of a good clean Christian man. He made us a laughing stock. There was the "killer bunny" incident where he beat a rabbit with a paddle in a canoe. There was his hemmerhoid surgery. There was his "I have lusted in my heart" interview with Playboy. And his ridiculous sweaters to stay warm since he turned the heat way down. He blamed America for his mistakes "malaise". He was sanctimonious and stupid. He lied, about being a nuclear physicist (he was a tech on anuclear sub and had take a class or two in physics). Democrat House Speaker Tip O'Neal said of his Administration "those guys came in like Pricks and went out the same way!k". Oil prices were sky-high, when you could get them. He imposed wage and price controls. He cause stagflation,,something the Keynsian economists he was listening to said was impossible. Interest rates rose to almost 20%. Inflation up, interest rates up. economic growth way down. We were laughing stocks too. The Ayatollah held American hostage for so long Ted Koppel made a permanent program from his special report "America held hostage". Reagan's landslide couldn't come early enough. Sadly most people forget that because the media immediately started trying to rehabilitate Carter's legacy and now most people are unaware of just what a buffooon that guy was. But I'd take him in a heartbeat over Joe Biden.

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Girl Sues Docs for Gender Reassignment

Willis Eschenbach:

Fight back of the week …

"A teenager is suing a health care company and the doctors who put her on controversial puberty-blockin g drugs at age 12 and removed her healthy breasts in a double-mastecto my surgery when she was just 13 years old, accusing them of "intentional fraud and concealment."

Layla Jane, an 18-year-old detransitioner represented by attorney Harmeet Dhillon, claims in a letter of intent to sue that she was rushed into the life-altering medical services while she and her family were not properly informed of risks and other vital information, such as the rate of desistence for childhood gender dysphoria.

"Layla immediately started puberty blockers and testosterone at age 12, and had a double mastectomy at age 13," the legal letter states.

"Two of Layla's initial providers advised that per Kaiser's official policies, Layla could not start cross-sex hormones until she was 16 and advised that surgery was not permissible until age 18," the letter claims. "But, soon thereafter, Layla ended up in the hands of Dr. [Susanne E.] Watson, Dr. [Lisa Kristine] Taylor, and Dr. [Winnie Mao Yiu] Tong. These doctors immediately approved Layla for cross-sex hormones and a double mastectomy at ages 12-13, without performing an adequate evaluation and treatment of Layla's extensive mental health co-morbidities. "

"I don't think I should have been allowed to change my sex before I could legally consent to have sex," Layla said during a Fox News appearance this past week."

What she said ... you go, girl.


Tim adds:

Similar cases in Spain and in the U.K.

My question is, where were the parents? The primary role of parents is to protect their minor children from bad decisions. Children - and teens - are not reasonable and they often think they want something they will later regret bitterly. The parents are supposed to be the adults, knowing what is best for the child. So where were hers?

They could have told the doctors to go pound sand.

Many decades ago I read a novel by Samuel Delaney called Trouble on Triton. A key event in the book was the sex change by the main character. {S}he winds up even more isolated and miserable than before. (Sex changes were common in the degenerate dystopia.) The book ends with a bunch of weirdo cultists chanting "the mutilation of the body, the mutilation of the mind". The culture was entirely toxic, full of overindulgence and ennui and emptiness. At the time I thought it over the top and implausible. But now? I think Delaney was a prophet.

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Grey's Calumny

Timothy Birdnow

My wife has been a faithful viewer of the t.v. show Grey's Anatomy. She was looking forward to last night's episode with much fervor.

About half way through it she came down stairs and got a beer, a sullen look on her face; she was angry.

Now I've never watched the show, but I gather it usually isn't overtly political. But apparently last night's episode was about an abortion clinic and how the evil right wing anti-abortion terrorists performed unspeakable acts of terror against the poor women and noble doctors who treated them.

Apparently, among other calumny, they claimed protesters threw acid on people, stoned them like in the Bible, and at one point someone drove his car into a doctor walking into the clinic.

It's a damnable lie. Abortion protesters are generally quite peaceful. I know; I've been one before.

Most pro-life people are exactly that. They would not endanger or threaten anyone's life because it is anathema to their belief.

Yes, there have been one or two incidents, as will be the case with anything. But there has been far more violence on the pro-abortion side. They were threatening Supreme Court Justices just a few months ago, for example.

Just ask Jane Roe. SHE now bitterly regrets her decision to get an abortion. She found those who used her to get the Supreme Court decision just abandoned her when she no longer served a useful purpose. Not the pro-life people. They did not judge her, or abuse her. No, they loved her and cared for her. She is now one of them.

But to hear Shonda Rhimes and the other feminist radicals producing Greys it is the pro-life contingent that is violent and evil and full of hate. They are terrorists. Why? Because they picket at abortion clinics and pray. The MONSTERS!

This is vintage leftism. They always project. They accuse others of that which they are guilty. They lie as easily as they breathe.

Here is an article at the Catholic EWTN which looks at the statistics and shows there is no problem with pro-life terrorism.
Apparently Rhimes has forgotten about the arson and attacks against the counseling offices. Janes Revenge, for instance, attacked the offices of Wisconsin Family Action, a pro-life group, firebombing it. This happened all over the country and the FBI did nothing. Pregnancy  Crisis Centers were hit regularly by these terrorists. Yet not a peep from Rhimes about any of that.

Where was she when they were firebombing Crisis Pregnancy Centers in Florida?, in St. Paul, etc.?

(In St. Paul they spraypainted on the wall "If abortion isn't safe neither are you". But it's the pro-life people who are the ones we should worry about?)

And what exactly are we discussing anyway?  Pro-life means precisely that. These are people who believe abortion is an act of violence, a murder. They seek to save lives. What is the pro-abortion  position advocate? They are about "protecting women from unwanted pregnancy" meaning they are concerned about the convenience of women who don't want to be mothers. There is a great moral divide between the two.

So why are the pro-abortion people so energized about it?

I have argued in the past abortion is a sacrament. It is a blood sacrifice similar to those committed by pagan peoples. It gives the power of life and death to the State too. As such it gives the illusion of equality with God. I wrote about this during the Terri Schiavo affair (a woman who was brain-dead and the Left wanted desperately to pull the plug on her.)

To so many on the Left empowering themselves to determine who lives or dies is empowering them to take charge of their own destiny. It is how you become a god.

So people like Shonda Rhimes want to empower women to have the power of life and death. That power was traditionally considered the purview of God Himself. But then, feminism is very much a false religion.

As is all Progressivism/Leftism.

So the pro-life people believe in protecting life, in choosing the more narrow corridore. Once you kill someone you cannot unkill them. But the pro-aborts want to be able to whack anyone they please. Many of them - including most of the Democratic Party these days - want to be able to kill a baby until it is almost entirely born.

So why stop there? Why not kill them after they are born?  There is no limit at that point.

Yet strangely these people are often the same ones who fight against the Death Penalty for people who have committed heinous crimes and deserve to forfeit the lives.

Well, some pro-lifers oppose the death penalty too, but you need not. I don't. The essence of civiolization is the power of the sword. Laws are enforced that way. Many would not obey the law if they did not fear retribution from the authorities. Break the law and you are going to jail? Yeah; they'll just show up at the prison when they are told to report! No, they report because they are compelled to do so. Don't show and you will be arrested at the point of a gun. Resist arrest and you may wind up six feet under.

Everyone knows the ropes. There is a common bit of idiocy these days about black parents having to have "the talk" with their kids about not resisting the police. That is nonsense. These kids know full well the power the police wield. That is why many of them resist in the first place; they want to show their bravery in a feminized, overly regulated society. They resist the police because there are no tigers or bears to fight and no wars to wge. Even our wars are now mechanized and heavily regulated. There just is no way to prove bravery for the young.

So these kids mess with the cops, playing chicken with them.  They know full well the police can take their life. it's why they  do it.

But the point is the power of the sword is held by the authorities "to punish evildoers" as the Bible says. And that power must be exercised on occasion lest others follow the bad example of those unwilling to obey the law.

And frankly if you murder somone in a very bad fashion or do some other heinour act you forfeit your right to live.

Not so the unborn, who did not ask to be made by irresponsible parents and who have hurt nobody. Abortion is overwhelmingly an act of conveneience for the mother. Very few abortions are carried out for purposees other than convenience. Even the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute admits that.

So Grey's Anatomy is promulgating any number of lies. But the viewing public will believe them because they are given only one side of the debate.

Just like the J6 event is called an insurrection while the riots through the entire Trump presidency are called "protests" we see the monumental hypocrisy of the Left.

And of course we've had the lie given out by the radicals at the Southern Poverty Law Center of "right wing terroriism" and the Department of Homeland Security report warning of said "right wing terrorists" while completely ignoring the fact that there has been little in the way of such terrorism but plenty of such activity on the Left.

It's a concerted smear campaign. And the ultimate goal is to suppress conservative dissent of any form.

At any rate if I watched Grey's Anatomy I would stop. I recommend that everyone else do likewise. We MUST start punishing people like Shonda Rhimes by refusing to patronize her product.

If indeed there is a God she will have to answer to Him some day. She is a liar and is smearing the innocent in her lust for the godhead.

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March 23, 2023

Prophecy Realized

Timothy Birdnow

Does this sound like modern America or what?

Deuteronomy 28:43-44 New International Version (NIV)

The foreigners who reside among you will rise above you higher and higher, but you will sink lower and lower. They will lend to you, but you will not lend to them. They will be the head, but you will be the tail.

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EPA Going After Food

Richard Cronin

EPA over-reach now extends to food supplies, all in the name of "equity” and "environmental justice”.

Look at what just happened in the Netherlands and the resounding political wins by the Dutch farmers.

That’s what it’s getting to.


EPA is now targeting — "….. the second a $400 million grain terminal in St. John the Baptist Parish.”

Biden's EPA Is Lowering the 'Environmental Justice' Boom on Louisiana's Disputed 'Cancer Alley'

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Maybe We ARE Alone?

Timothy Birdnow

I think to say they have all wiped themselves out is anthropomorphizing. Aliens are apt to be - alien. They may fight wars - or not. They will probably do things quite differently than do we. Some MAY die out, but others should survive. So where are they?

I think that life is probably extremely rare, and intelligent, technological life even more so. There could be intelligent life in the oceans of alien planets, but we'd never know it as they wouldn't develop our type of technology (lacking fire).

SF writer Gregory Benford wrote about that in Across  the Sea of Suns; sea-based aliens came up on land for a time to make tools and then returned to the sea. This protected them from their flaring red dwarf star too.

Perhaps. But we still see no evidence of them. It could be we are the first, and maybe the only.

Class M red dwarf or class K Orange Yellow stars are older than our sun and we should find aliens around those stars. Strange how we do not.

There Used to Be Aliens in Our Galaxy, but They Killed Themselves Off

The Fermi Paradox was first eloqueted by Enrico Fermi. He pointed out aliens should come at all stages of development and as soon as we had adequate technology to find them we should have been able to do so. He asks "where are they?"  There was the Drake Equations, a rather self-serving piece of work that "proved" statistically they should be there (I think the whole thing was a fudge-factor). So Fermi's idea is called a "paradox".

It presupposes nothing u unusual about Mankind and the Earth. I don't think that is a supposition we can make.

Ever since Galileo the default is to say the Earth is just a garden variety piece of real estate. But the more we learn about the Universe the more wondrous and unique the Earth appears.

Maybe we really ARE alone?

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Man's Use of Fossil Fuels has no Effect on Climate

Tomer D. Tamarkin

This presentation, again by Bob Beatty, reinforces his paper which 100% supports our work. Man's use of fossil fuels has no effect on the climate. None what so ever. See:

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Let's Have Full Disclosure on Harvard's New Health Study

Stephen Heinz

As the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
That's the lesson one might well draw from the remarkable but yet not so surprising coincidences that have emerged regarding (A) the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its "Clean Power Plan" to reduce carbon emissions from existing coal-fired power plants, and (B) an academic study released two months ago by some half-dozen PH.D's from Harvard, Syracuse University, and other schools and NGOs that purports to justify the CPP.

That's because the Study, in analyzing the merits of three different alternative options for mitigating climate change - (1) a carbon tax, (2) upgrading coal plants, or (3) a holistic (outside the fence) strategy that includes improving energy efficiency for electricity users - found that the best and most convincing chance to maximize health benefits across the nation comes would come from option 3, the program that most resembles the plan advocated by EPA: the very same EPA that has supplied some $45 million in to scholars who participated in the Study.

The newly released health study has provoked a sharp divide between advocates and contrarians on either side of EPA's Clean Power Plan. On one hand, no one in the major media has questioned the Study's claims. On the other hand, the contrarians just want full disclosure from all the relevant parties.


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Milankovitch Cycles and Tidal Pumping

Richard Cronin

For those of you who may not be aware, Milankovitch cycles in Earth’s orbital gyrations (Precession, Obliquity and Orbital Eccentricity) have been highly correlated with climate changes. Milankovitch originally thought that these gyrations affected the amount of solar radiation received by the Earth and that is true. However, of far greater importance is the gravitational variations which cause Tidal Pumping, the shuffling of our tectonic plates and release of seismic heat into the ocean waters.

Quoting: "The focus of this paper is on the small-scale cyclicity, its probable control by Milankovitch-forced sea-level oscillations, and how stacking patterns of meter-scale cycles can be used to define internal components of larger-scale sequences and estimate variations in relative sea level.”

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Cherry Picked Grand Jury Evidence

Lynn Chu discusses the Grand Jury in the Trump Stormy Daniels case:

Bob Costello went into the grand jury and let them know that contrary to the 6 cherry-picked emails the Alvin Bragg prosecution was feeding them along with the lie that they couldn’t reveal more to them due to the hearsay rule, that the rest of the set of 321 emails were disclosable to them, and essential to see, under the well known business records exception to the hearsay rule. Showing them just how disgustingly the prosecution was manipulating them.

Tim points to this article in the Daily Mail:

But in a February 2018 letter Cohen’s attorney wrote that ‘Mr. Cohen used his own personal funds’ and that ‘neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign reimbursed Mr. Cohen'

After canceling today's session, the grand jury has been asked to return at noon Thursday, when prosecutors ‘may present one more witness,’ a court official told DailyMail dotcom.

But in a February 8, 2018 letter to the Federal Election Commission (FEC), Cohen’s attorney Stephen Ryan wrote: ‘Mr. Cohen used his own personal funds’, and that ‘Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed Mr. Cohen for the payment directly or indirectly.’

The letter was written in response to an FEC probe launched after complaints of campaign finance violations, lodged by Paul Ryan and the organization Common Cause.
‘In a private transaction in 2016, before the U.S. presidential election, Mr. Cohen used his own personal funds to facilitate a payment of $130,000 to Ms. Stephanie Clifford,’ Cohen’s lawyer, who worked at McDermott Will & Emery, wrote.
‘Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed Mr. Cohen for the payment directly or indirectly.
‘Contrary to the allegations in the complaint, which are entirely speculative, neither Mr. Cohen nor Essential Consultants LLC made any in-kind contributions to Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., or any other presidential campaign committee.

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No longer British

Timothy Birdnow

And London is increasingly no longer London as a result, nor English, nor even British. It's becoming an alien enclave in a country that is dying from a selrf-inflicted wound. BTW how great is that cultural diversity in Tripoli, or Cairo, or Bethlehem or Ankara? Islam absorbes, it does not share. In time that wonderful mosaic this man brags on will turn into the gray paste of Islamic culture alone. That is what you guys in the once great London have to look forward to. Enjoy your submission! Islam tolerates no competition.

Dear Londoner,

Yesterday, London became the first major European city to put on a fantastic light display to mark Ramadan. These beautiful lights send a powerful statement about who we are as Londoners—we don’t just tolerate or respect our diversity, we cherish it, we celebrate it and we embrace it. It’s one of the main reasons why London is the greatest city in the world.

There’s no doubt Muslim Londoners help to make London what it is: a city that isn’t so much a melting pot as it is an incredible mosaic of different communities—all of whom enrich the life and soul of our city, making us far more than simply the sum of our parts.

This Ramadan, Muslim Londoners will extend the hand of friendship and share food and conversation with fellow Londoners of all backgrounds at Iftars across our capital. They will show the true values of Islam, as well as the open and inclusive spirit that defines our city.

These actions will shine bright, like the Ramadan lights, beyond the West End and to the rest of the world.

At the end of the holy month, I’m looking forward to welcoming Londoners and visitors to Trafalgar Square for our annual festival to celebrate Eid. I hope to see you there.

I want to wish a joyful and blessed Ramadan to Muslims in London and beyond. From my family to yours, Ramadan Mubarak.

Best wishes,

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan

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Turning Off the Tap


Nearly 1 billion people in cities around the world face water scarcity today and the number is likely to reach between 1.7 billion and 2.4 billion within the next three decades, according to the UN World Water Development Report. Could it be the same people pushing suicide by EVs are going to make sure by making drinking water scarce?

Tim adds:

Now we have a true hydraulic empire. Control water and you control the people.

A hydraulic empire is a despotism where the king or Pharoah or emperor has a monopoly on water. He doles it out liberally to those who please him and cuts it off from anyone who dares to oppose him. There can be no rebellion in such an empire because the king holds the power of life and death over the citizens. Life via water or death by thirst or the drough taking their crops.

I've long argued that this is exactly what the world's elites are building. They control energy, meaning they control the things that make our civilization run. They have been sticking their fingers into agriculture, and now with plans to control water they will own it. The time will come when nobody dare buck them on anything.

That is the purpose of this U.N. report. Water is ubiquitous on Earth and fully renewable, recycling naturally. But there are efforts to restrain water usage and thus to control the public with rationing.

California is a prime example. They let much of their water run down rivers to the sea to protect bait fish in the marshlands and tidal pools and then blame Climate Change for the resultant drought. California is semi-arid. You can't grow things there without irrigation. In the past the reservoirs were filled up during the we season and then tapped as needed. Now the environmentalists won't let them do that and the result is drought. It need not be that way.

And even if it did the state sits on a huge body of water called the Pacific Ocean. They could desalinate water and use it for the crops, or even for those bait fish they so worry about.

But there is no effort to do that because they don't want to solve the "problem". They want to control the population with the water.

Nobody ever rebelled against Pharoah. And rarely against the Chinese emperor. And if they get their way there will be no resistance to the New World Order.

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March 22, 2023

The Nordstream Bombing and the Coverup

Timothy Birdnow

Notice it drove the price of gas way up - thus leading to a scramble to get wind and solar in place, exactly as the elites wanted it. Strange how well this worked out for the Davos people.

Hat tip: Nikki Grace:

Seymour Hersch

It’s been six weeks since I published a report, based on anonymous sourcing, naming President Joe Biden as the official who ordered the mysterious destruction last September of Nord Stream 2, a new $11-billion pipeline that was scheduled to double the volume of natural gas delivered from Russia to Germany. The story gained traction in Germany and Western Europe, but was subject to a near media blackout in the US. Two weeks ago, after a visit by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to Washington, US and German intelligence agencies attempted to add to the blackout by feeding the New York Times and the German weekly Die Zeit false cover stories to counter the report that Biden and US operatives were responsible for the pipelines’ destruction.

Press aides for the White House and Central Intelligence Agency have consistently denied that America was responsible for exploding the pipelines, and those pro forma denials were more than enough for the White House press corps. There is no evidence that any reporter assigned there has yet to ask the White House press secretary whether Biden had done what any serious leader would do: formally "task” the American intelligence community to conduct a deep investigation, with all of its assets, and find out just who had done the deed in the Baltic Sea. According to a source within the intelligence community, the president has not done so, nor will he. Why not? Because he knows the answer.

Sarah Miller—an energy expert and an editor at Energy Intelligence, which publishes leading trade journals—explai ned to me in an interview why the pipeline story has been big news in Germany and Western Europe. "The destruction of the Nord Stream pipelines in September led to a further surge of natural gas prices that were already six or more times pre-crisis levels,” she said. "Nord Stream was blown up in late September.


Instead, it was later reported that Biden and Scholz had an 80-minute meeting, with no aides present for much of the time. There have been no statements or written understandings made public since then by either government, but I was told by someone with access to diplomatic intelligence that there was a discussion of the pipeline exposé and, as a result, certain elements in the Central Intelligence Agency were asked to prepare a cover story in collaboration with German intelligence that would provide the American and German press with an alternative version for the destruction of Nord Stream 2. In the words of the intelligence community, the agency was "to pulse the system” in an effort to discount the claim that Biden had ordered the pipelines’ destruction...

Read the whole article at Mr. Hirsch's website.

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