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Snow in Thailand

By admin / January 1, 2020

A reader from Thailand has sent this in. Maybe the first White Christmas in Thailand


Bangladesh Death Toll from Extreme Cold – A Warning to us All!

By admin / December 31, 2019

Bangladesh has a subtropical monsoon climate characterized by wide seasonal variations in rainfall, high temperatures and humidity. The three distinct seasons in Bangladesh are hot, humid summer from March to June; a cool, rainy monsoon season from June to October; and a cool, dry winter from October to March. The summer temperatures generally range between […]


Charlemagne, Vikings & Global Warming

By admin / December 30, 2019

QUESTION: Would u care to comment on after the Roman Empire fell, and how the franks a collection of tribes given there own area Holland in today’s terms then eventually taking over Europe to be broken up in to, Four after the main franks king died and split it between four sons.  It later all […]


The BS of Climate Change from Polar Bears to Taxes

By admin / December 26, 2019

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, I have worked in the Arctic Circle. They always show polar bears on ice but what they fail to tell the public is that they normally spend time on land in summer when sea ice declines and most pregnant polar bears give birth and make their dens near the coast not on […]


Iceland Buried in 30 foot Snowfall

By admin / December 21, 2019

The biggest snowstorm in recorded memory has hit Iceland. The Emigration Center is under 30 feet of snow. It has never snowed like this so horses typically remained outside and not in barns. This snowstorm has killed up to 80 horses. Nobody has ever seen a winter like this before. They must be calling this […]


The ECB & its Green Agenda

By admin / December 20, 2019

QUESTION: Marty, what do you think about Legarde claiming the top priority of the ECB is climate protection? DK ANSWER: The proposition that the primary objective of the ECB should be climate protection is highly questionable even from a legal perspective. The European Treaties created the ECB with the primary function to ensure price stability. […]


Greta Thunberg When She Can’t Read a Script from Greenpeace

By admin / December 19, 2019

  Greta has been named “Person of the Year,” which is supposed to be a great honor. Of course, TIME is not without their flaws since in 1938 they also named Adolf Hitler the person of the year for his extraordinary economic revitalization. They also made Merkel as person of the year in 2015 because […]


Global Cooling Warning to the President

By admin / December 18, 2019

On December 3, 1972, Brown University wrote to the president concerning the climate changing back to a potential Ice Age. Because our models have been divided by time, it is much easier to distinguish short-term changes in trend from the long-term. What is fascinating is that even a decade of rising temperatures leads people to […]


Pollution v Climate Change

By admin / December 12, 2019

QUESTION: Mr, Armstrong; in searching your writings you acknowledge that pollution is a problem. So to be clear, you distinguish pollution from climate change? Can you articulate the difference? HJ ANSWER: We all want clean air, water, and the environment. As I have said, I lived in London in the mid-1980s when the buses were […]


Greta & Mother Living Lavishly?

By admin / December 11, 2019

The latest rumor running around Europe is based on this photo of Greta Thunberg and her mother living above normal European standards of living, sitting in posh or elegant and stylishly luxurious chairs. Greta’s speeches appear to be written by Jennifer Morgan of Greenpeace. They had Greta further their Marxist agenda saying: “Our biosphere is […]

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