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Sunday, October 2, 2022

Storms are not intensifying, media is


storms are not intensifying, media is - by el gato malo (

the modern media mantra appears to be “never let any sort of worrying weather go to waste!”

the desperation and devotion to “all weather is the fault of fossil fuels” has been a recurrent refrain for 50 years from back when they claimed it was causing an ice age in the 70’s through “global warming” into the now wonderfully vague “climate change” and “extreme weather” claims.

i fear we are looking at not so much a progression of science but a relentless A/B testing of talking points.

UN official at WEF: ‘We own the science & we think that the world should know it’ so ‘we partnered with Google’ to ensure only UN climate results appear


Biden Energy Agenda Creates China Dependence, by Michael Shellenberger


Biden Energy Agenda Creates China Dependence (

Who Profits from Pipeline Terror?


Who Profits from Pipeline Terror? - LewRockwell

Secret talks between Russia and Germany to resolve their Nord Stream 1 and 2 issues had to be averted at any cost

The War of Economic Corridors has entered incandescent, uncharted territory: Pipeline Terror.

A sophisticated military operation – that required exhaustive planning, possibly involving several actors – blew up four separate sections of the Nord Stream (NS) and Nord Stream 2 (NS2) gas pipelines this week in the shallow waters of the Danish straits, in the Baltic Sea, near the island of Bornholm.

Nordstream Pipelines: The Weekly Whodunnit


The Weekly Whodunnit - American Thinker

There’s always some mystery in the news that provides a blank page for fantasy thinking. This week’s mystery has initiated a storm of speculation: What happened to cause leaks in Russia’s Nord Stream 1 and 2, designed to send gas to Germany? The speculation runs from rational to delusional.

A good example of more rational speculation is by Jed Babbin at the Spectator: He thinks Russia is the most likely suspect:

Germany, Sweden, the United States, and other NATO nations would not have attacked the pipelines. There has been some speculation among U.S. conservatives that we were responsible for the pipeline attacks. That’s clearly wrong for two reasons.