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Former Harvard Physicist Dr. Lubos Motl of Czech Republic Comments on UNs Christiana Figueres

‘The totalitarian system rocks while democracy sucks!’ - Motl: 'The actual goal of the climatism is to liquidate democracy, freedom, and prosperity in the world.' - 'Figueres' totalitarian advertisements are indefensible by the struggle to reduce the CO2 emissions because China's CO2 emissions were actually growing significantly more quickly than America's emissions in recent years – and China overtook the U.S. as the world's #1 producer of CO2 six years ago or so' - 'The goal of these "people" is to stop democracy, freedom, and prosperity regardless of the fate of Nature, the temperatures, or the CO2 concentrations.'

This explains alot


This makes me mad

I just saw on TV that there is a law against pharmacists advising you on the comparative costs of medicines. They said a pharmacist is not allowed to tell you that a drug is cheaper if you buy it outright without the insurance co-pay. I've never heard this but I intend to ask a friend's son who was once a pharmacist before he became a MD.

We have been on to them since at least 2014

Global Warming A Back Door To Socialism - And Now Even The UN Admits It

Power: As evidence discredits global warming, resistance to such facts by green elites reveals their real aim is bringing socialism in through the back door. But don't take our word for it. Listen to the climate change boss at the U.N.

Christiana Figueres, with the lumpy title of executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), came right out and said it: Democracy is a poor political system for fighting global warming. The really good model is communist China.

China is "doing it right," she told Bloomberg News Tuesday. "They actually want to breathe air they don't have to look at," she said with a straight face.

Maybe that's because for her information, China had breathed air it can see for decades under its command economy. Hot Air's Ed Morrissey points out that on the same day Figueres was praising China's top-down political system and denigrating democracies, China's capital, Beijing, was engulfed in a massive smog cloud that prompted authorities to order children, the sick and the elderly to stay inside.

Communist China has had one pollution crisis after another for decades. It's also the home to black rivers, polluted groundwater, destroyed lakes and some of the world's worst food standards — all fruits of a command economy where the public has no right to complain about anything because government knows best.
Morrissey notes that the same smog blighting China now was a problem five years ago, during the 2008 Olympics. Some sign of "doing it right."

The only thing clear here is the real motive of global warm-mongers. They're less interested in cleaning up the Earth than in controlling human beings in the name of "the common good" — just as the Bolsheviks once did, first in Russia, and then in China, where the tyranny continues to this day.

Global warming alarmists "want to change us, they want to change our behavior, our way of life, our values and preferences," according to a man who knows a thing or two about communist regimes, former Czech President Vaclav Klaus. In a speech to Australia's Institute of Public Affairs in 2011, he stressed:

"They want to restrict our freedom because they themselves believe they know what is good for us. They are not interested in climate. They misuse the climate in their goal to restrict our freedom. Therefore, what is in danger is freedom, not the climate."

Klaus, who fought communists all his life, admitted he may be "oversensitive." But "I am afraid that some of the people who spend their lives in a free society don't appreciate sufficiently all the issues connected with freedom. So my oversensitivity is like an alarm clock warning about the potential development, which I am really afraid of."
He pointed out that as global warming falls apart as a theory, its proponents grow more strident because their claim to power grows ever more tenuous.

"I feel threatened now, not by global warming — I don't see any — (but) by the global-warming doctrine, which I consider a new dangerous attempt to control and mastermind my life and our lives, in the name of controlling the climate or temperature."

"They don't care about resources or poverty or pollution. They hate us, the humans. They consider us dangerous and sinful creatures who must be controlled by them. I used to live in a similar world called communism. And I know it led to the worst environmental damage the world has ever experienced."

But that's of no concern to Ms. Figueres, princeling daughter of a former Costa Rican president who's lived a life of privilege since birth and is now badmouthing democracy and praising communist systems.

She condemned as "very detrimental" Congress' refusal to pass the U.N.'s climate change agenda even as evidence reveals global warming as a hoax and the U.N. agenda as a threat to America's economic well-being.
In the world she inhabits, the people's interests don't matter — neither in the United States nor in pollution-choked China. All that matters is control, her control. In modern times, the only ecosystem in which such people can effectively exist is a communist one.

Florence making its way on shore near Wilmington as a Cat 1

They lucked out

Set my soul free gypsy lady

Why is September the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season?

It’s now the peak of hurricane season in the Atlantic basin.
Hurricane season officially begins June 1, and generally, the peak is from mid-August to the end of September.
During this time, conditions are typically ideal for strong and quick-moving tropical storms, hurricanes and depressions, said AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.

Kottlowski said almost 80 percent of all tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin form during this short time period.
Two main factors are at play: a combination of low vertical wind shear and ocean water temperatures at their highest.

“The warm water does two things: It creates the lower pressure and allows the atmosphere to be more unstable,” said Kottlowski. “You have a better chance for thunderstorms to develop coherently around any rotating feature.”
Kottlowski said that between May and early August, westerly winds often dip down into the tropics, creating high vertical wind shear, which is the change of wind speed or direction with altitude. This causes the thunderstorms associated with tropical systems to become tilted, making it difficult for systems to organize into something more serious.

But by this time of year, the westerlies die down, allowing storms to have a better potential to intensify or become an organized system.

The number of named storms will usually start to drop off by the end of September and into October, as ocean temperatures drop and wind shear increases again in the main development areas of the tropics.
“Sea surface temperatures begin to cool off, but the water temperatures are still quite warm, especially during the first half of October. You can still have hurricanes develop throughout the whole month,” Kottlowski said, adding that it can take a while for water to cool down if temperatures were above normal during peak season.


I recently spoke to a man who I would estimate to be about 75 years old. He said his uncle was "the town drunk" in Jackson, La. where Oswald, Clay Shaw, Judith Vary Baker and David Ferrie went to administer the cancer causing vaccine to an Angola prisoner to test it. For some strange reason Oswald stopped in a barber shop there to get a haircut.

He said his uncle was in the barber shop when Oswald went in. His uncle was warned to lay low during the Clay Shaw trial since he could verify that Shaw, Oswald and Ferrie all knew each other, so he checked himself into the town jail, according to the man I spoke to. While in jail, he supposedly committed suicide by hanging himself with his belt, which the man I spoke to said was impossible. He also said two other people from Jackson that could identify Shaw, Oswald and Ferrie died of mysterious circumstances. Their value as potential witnesses was something they all had in common.

There are probably a hundred other similar stories out there that the public will never hear.

What determines a male or female snake?

In these days and times where gender is completely subjective, I wonder, what determines a male and female snake? Should a snake state what gender it is? Do snakes get to choose like humans? Granted, its hard to tell from a glance weather a snake is male or female. Or is it appropriate to even call a snake a male or female?

Woman falls through restaurant ceiling, says she was looking for the bus stop
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