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Thank you, Steven aka Tony, for your
1. Analytical ability to see and for the
2. Courage to report the “sea” of government deception in which the whole world society has been blindly swimming since late August 1945, when one of three competing world tyrants emerged victorious from the ruins of WWII !
You are one of very few who understand Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s description of how Russians ended up in the Gulag:
“We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”
― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Astounding!I enjoy your posts,because it really gives perspective to one of the biggest lies to humankind,since religion was forced down on people.
That’s an idiotic prediction that didn’t come true. But there’s one idiotic prediction that now is coming true, that’s Obama on coal. Obama said “If somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can. It’s just that it will bankrupt them.” Yup: http://americanthinker.com/blog/2014/07/coal_company_bankruptcies_accellerating.html
Obama does not yet realize that the ghost of Stalin faces certain defeat.
And another point about coal. It looks like the final result of the self-immolating actions of Obama and the green nuts is about to start coming to fruition, from Spectator.org:
Get ready for the New England power shortage:
In a hell-bent campaign to rid itself of any form of dirty, messy “non-renewable” energy, New England has been closing down coal and oil plants for the last decade,” the article warns. “In 2000, 18 percent of New England’s electricity came from coal and 22 percent from oil. Today it’s 3 percent coal and 1 percent oil. Meanwhile, natural gas — the fuel that everybody loves until you have to drill for it — has risen from 15 percent to a starkly vulnerable 52 percent. There’s only one problem. New England doesn’t have the pipelines to bring in the gas. ..
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]Wow! 52% natural gas, and they want to ban fracking too. Here’s the deal, that gas may not be all available or fully transportable in the future. This could spell major disaster. And the whole country is now going the way of New England as far as switching over to gas, or just knocking out power plants without viable replacements. And now with an aggressive Russia, there’s talk about how Europe should stop importing Russian gas and we should supply most of the difference. But thanks to our over reliance on gas we have a lot flexibility to do that. Not good.
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Ben, from your link:
Over the last decade, well-intentioned policymakers in Germany and other European countries created renewable energy policies with generous subsidies that have slowly revealed themselves to be unsustainable, resulting in profound, unintended consequences for all industry stakeholders. While these policies have created an impressive roll out of renewable energy resources, they have also clearly generated disequilibrium in the power markets, resulting in significant increases in energy prices to most users, as well as value destruction for all stakeholders: consumers, renewable companies, electric utilities, financial institutions, and investors.
Accordingly, the United States and other countries should carefully assess the lessons learned in Germany, with respect to generous subsidy programs and relatively rapid, large- scale deployment and integration of renewable energy into the power system.
re: Eric Simpson says July 27, 2014 at 6:07 am
… Wow! 52% natural gas, and they want to ban fracking too. Here’s the deal, that gas may not be all available or fully transportable in the future.
Let them learn the hard way, and sometimes that means experiencing pain. So be it. Let the Yankees freeze.
To phrase it another way: “If you want to keep your bordering on psychopathic, cold-as-a-fish, demagogic, race-baiting, people-dividing, hell-bent-on-socialism ‘Kenyan’ leader, you can keep your bordering on psychopathic, cold-as-a-fish demagogic hell-bent-on-socialism ‘Kenyan’ leader. Just be prepared to pay the price.”
Silly sobs in the NE who voted for for that bordering on psychopathic, cold-as-a-fish demagogic hell-bent-on-socialism Kenyan leader can freeze as payment in penance for that kind of idiocy.
Let them learn the hard way
The only minor little problem is that “them” might be us. We’re talking about much of the country, not just New England.
Let “them” learn the hard way too. Texas is fairly well off and the only area that would affect me. Some lessons HAVE to be learned the hard way. For this generation (no pun intended given the subject matter) this just might be ‘it’.
If you get caught up in this, you do have my sympathy, and the recommendation to move somewhere ‘sane’.
Jim, I agree with you in some sense, especially when we are talking about Europe, and I do relish the thought of those in New England getting a bitter taste of their own idiocy.
But it’s not just that only my ex’s live in Texas, but the whole country is going to be dragged down by the green madness if we don’t successfully fight it. We can use Europe now as a point argument, and not have to wait for ourselves to “hit rock bottom” in an economic / energy Armageddon to find that point of argument.
Also, if we wait until we hit the skids, it might just be too late to rebuild over decades our energy and economic capability. Especially if we have been eclipsed by countries like China and Russia that are moving forward quickly by aggressively developing their own energy generating capacities, just as we like brilliant Einsteins severely and suicidally undercut are own capabilities.
And Here you were calling me nuts for saying the same thing a couple of weeks ago.
And NO _Jim I was NOT saying the entire USA was looking at brownouts/blackouts just the east coast where the majority of coal plants are closing.
Ironically I never got to finish posting that evening or for the last couple weeks because the second blackout that day lasted several hours and the old Dinosaur Computer started throwing hissy fits. We finally gave up and replaced it and I get the Mammoth Computer while Hubby gets the new one.
Don’t give the valjar(the Iranian) ANOTHER crisis to kill us with.
Talk about a WTF moment. One might ask whether Obama expects the White House to operate under candlelight.
This is exhausting. Warmists should be encouraged to do away with their coats so that nature can more rapidly bring a balance back to the world.
Reblogged this on the WeatherAction Blog.
Wish I’d a known the Arctic was Ice free … could a planned a nice cruise… same in 2014 according to Al Gore…
…and a hundred years before that:
“The extraordinary heat which was necessary to unloose so much ice from the South Pole in December, 1869, seemed to have prevailed in the North Polar regions when the sun crossed the Equator in the spring of last year ; for the scientific reporter of the Scottish Meteorological Society, stationed at Stykkisholm, Iceland, stated officially that the summer of 1870 was, perhaps, the most remarkable on Icelandic record for its high thermometric range.”
13 Oct 1871