One Scam They Want Us To Forget

The climate scum spent years pimping the Antarctic Peninsula as the “fastest warming place on Earth” and telling us that a crack in the Larsen Ice Shelf meant doom for the planet.

Well, that region is actually the fastest cooling place on the planet and has seen peak sea ice gain. $29 billion in climate scam money buys an awful lot of lies from people pretending to be scientists.

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26 Responses to One Scam They Want Us To Forget

  1. Disillusioned says:

    The fake experts never admit to their myriad failures to get anything right.

    And, what do the fake experts do? The propagandists are shifting the fearmongering to the region just below the red circle – the [volcanic] West Antarctic shelf. The public simply read that Antarctica still has a melting problem, and are not knowledgeable enough to realize that the earlier predictions have actually failed. The public are none the wiser.

    And the MSM go along with the scam. It is amazing that hardly any journalist has the cojones to grab these low hanging fruit. Incredulous.

    • Gail Combs says:

      The USA MSM is owned by J.P. Morgan and buddies and has been since 1915. The US has been buried in B.S. since just after the Banksters grabbed control of the US currency and started defrauding an entire country.

      MSM bought and Paid for:

      • Disillusioned says:

        Gail, following that to a logical end, then, why did the banksters want to get rid of Nixon? If MSM are controlled by them, then they let the MSM beat him up mercilessly.

        Nixon started the EPA, and he ended gold as a monetary standard, gave rise to the petro-dollar, etc. So it appears he was a good pawn for the New World Order elite. Yet he was crucified over a 3rd rate burglary and 18 minutes of missing tape. For some reason, they wanted him gone. The elite didn’t steer the MSM away from attacks on him. So, if the MSM are controlled, it seems he had to have done something else to cause such animus from the elite. This has puzzled me.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Nixon was a Quaker and actually may have had some shreds of integrity. Also as you say he ended gold as a monetary standard.

          Think about it.

          At the time the only ones who could swap paper US dollars for gold were BANKS. Foreign banks especially Rothschild owned foreign banks had spend forty years vacuuming the gold out of Fort Knox. Gold STOLEN by the Banksters from the American people via FDR making citizen ownership of gold illegal.

          Nixon shut down that vacuum. The Banksters shutdown Nixon.

          BTW, at the time I asked the head of the Democratic party in Indiana about the break-in. She said the only difference between the Republicans and Democrats was the Democrats didn’t get caught….

          Also WHO was setting the price of gold during all those years? Why the Rothschild bankers!

          Rothschild to pull out of gold market after 200 years

          The investment bank that has chaired the London meetings setting the world gold price since 1919 is quitting the market.

          NM Rothschild will withdraw from all its commodity trading activities, which also include an oil trading business set up less than two years ago, as part of a strategic review.

          The move brings to an end nearly 200 years of tradition. NM Rothschild was founded in London in 1810 by Nathan Mayer Rothschild, who helped finance the Duke of Wellington’s army in the Napoleonic wars through gold trading.

          The company hosts and chairs twice-daily meetings which effectively set the world’s gold price. The meetings are held in a plush chamber in the bank’s offices at St Swithin’s Lane in the City. The other four firms involved are Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Canada’s Scotia Bank and Societe Generale.….

        • SxyxS says:

          Nixon called the “Bohemain Grove”(the place where the US elite meats for weeks) the most gay place in the world
          + he was against Kissingers stealth china politics(kissinger did deals with china without knowledge of the president)

          As Kissinger in reality had more power than Nixon Nixon had to be removed.
          They did the same trick as they did with kennedy(without killing him)-
          they replaced him with his willing vice president lackey(Ford)
          and to make sure that everything goes right this time
          the Rockefellers sent even one of their own(Nelson Rockefeller) as vice president
          to controle the POTUS.

          Now these days we have the extrem bizarre situation that
          presidents(Nixon) got punished for meaningless things
          while others can get away with starting wars with lies and killing millions(4 mio
          vietnamese/1mio+++ iraqis)

        • DD More says:

          Do a search on your “he ended gold as a monetary standard” with “gold prices after monetary standard lifted” and look at what happened.

          Since the circulating currency (the operative medium of exchange in a market) provides a measure of value for all economic transactions, the monetary purpose can only be well served by a stable currency; one that enables participants to make rational decisions, based upon predictable parameters. The relative stability of gold against the fiat dollar is obvious; the supply of the one, limited by nature; the other, only by the moral scruples of those in power. Yet some have tried, perversely, to manufacture doubt as to gold’s utility from the very fluctuations of the fiat dollar against gold, after Nixon ended the last element of gold convertibility in 1971.

          By 1980, a panic flight from the dollar into gold drove the price of gold up to $800 an ounce, until the Federal Reserve embraced double digit interest rates–finally topping out at 21% (!)–to arrest the panic. What followed? As the relative supply of fiat money contracted, the dollar rallied & gold prices moderated. Gold then moved more or less sideways, finally hitting a post panic low of $252.80 in July, 1999. From there, the rise has been substantial but orderly. Yet, even in going through a complete panic cycle, from a panic out of fiat money to its comparative recovery, the dollar at its recovery best had retained less than 1/7 (13.84%) of its value when still partially linked to gold in early 1971! Is there really debate over which currency offers stability?

          The Bankers didn’t like that they had to pay more than $35.00 per oz. after 1971 and that the common folk could also buy it.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Hey SxyxS! You make some interesting points about Nixon. Remember also that Kissinger was a Rockefeller man. (As was Clinton — so much so that there are rumors that Clinton was a bastard Rockefeller) I suspect that when Nelson Rockefeller was moved into Vice President Agnew’s slot, the plan was already to have Nixon removed. That would have put a Rockefeller in the Oval Office, something that they had effectively tried with the White House Coup when FDR was in office. Nelson’s unexpected death before Nixon could be taken out left the VP slot empty and Ford moved into place.

        • darrylb says:

          Gail, I have a poster from the United States Government that stated as of May 1, 1933 it was illegal to own gold coin, gold bullion or gold certificates, under a penalty of $10,000, a substantial amount for the time.
          It was to be turned into the proper authority.
          Yeah Right!

        • Disillusioned says:

          Thanks Gail, Sxysx, DD, Jason and darrylb, for your thoughts.

          Yes, darryl, the gold was to be turned turned in to the privately-owned Federal Reserve Banks.
          The banks benefited.

          Yes, Fort Knox was robbed.

          I have believed the Petrodollar wasn’t Nixon’s idea. He was also controlled by the banksters. He was doing their bidding. He was a pawn, like FDR. So, I don’t think he was removed because of the petrodollar. There was something else.

          Perhaps he tried to do too much outside the parameters of what they wanted. Like world peace, talks with China. Something. He was a renegade in the banksters eyes. But it wasn’t because of the petrodollar. In that case, I thought he did exactly what they wanted. That was already planned, long before he ever stepped into that office.

  2. John Silver says:

    Where does the “$29 billion in climate scam money” come from? Serious question.
    Any thorough study done on this? It would be a good thing to spotlight this a while.

  3. Gail Combs says:

    The 2010 entry should have been:
    The climate industry wall of money:

    (I need that second cup of tea and more than four hours sleep…)

  4. emsnews says:

    The climate money is from taxes levied on everyone else who get zero benefit from all this.

  5. rah says:

    Any bets on if the Antarctic sea ice extent will set a new record this year? Sure seems poised to do so to me.

    • gator69 says:

      I really haven’t had much reason to think about Antarctic sea ice since my last visit. Oh wait, I’ve never been. Nevermind.

      • rah says:

        I haven’t been there either. Not even close to it. But in the context of the argument of CAGW and striving to understand our climate and which way it’s ever changing winds are blowing, it most certainly is worth keeping an eye on. Time and again this site posts or links information about the Antarctic, and more often than not those posts or links have to do with sea ice extent it seems. And most of the information seems to point to an expanding antarctic ice sheet. Meanwhile the CAGW proponents, once so concerned about the Antarctic climate, mostly ignore it unless they can point to some specific portion that seems to be losing ice or make claims that the expanding sheet is “thin” and rotten, or make false claims about Emperor penguins. Every record extent or low temp is a nail in the CAGW coffin no matter how many lies they publish and promote and no matter how many records they alter.

  6. darrylb says:

    BTW this thread is another important item for the list of prophesied failures.

  7. Rico L says:

    Wait…. there’s more….

    I bet the flowers in this guy’s garden are blossoming well….

  8. rah says:

    Oh, it’s OK! Now it’s the east Antarctic that is melting they say: Hidden paths could be behind Antarctic glacier melt: study

  9. g2-9ed9acc685824c6663c51c5b093476cc says:

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