Interview 1824 - Can't Beat the Heat? Don't Eat the Meat! - #NewWorldNextWeek

08/04/202379 Comments

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Story #1: Era of ‘Global Boiling’ Has Arrived, UN Chief Says

Club of Rome

Video: Taking on Record Temperatures: UN Chief's Call to Action | United Nations | Hottest July on Record

Boiling Ocean Update: Florida Sea Temperature ‘Record’ Drops 15°F In Just 48 Hours

Great Barrier Reef: A Story of Activist Histrionics and Genuine Progress

Reality Check: No, we didn’t just have “the hottest week in 100,000 years”

UAH Global Temperature Update for July, 2023: +0.64 deg. C

What NASA and ESA Are Admitting, But Media Failing To Report About Our Current Heat Wave

Nobel Prize Winner Who Doesn't Believe Climate Crisis Has Speech Canceled

Energy Industry Fears White House Will Declare COVID-Like ‘Climate Emergency’

Klaus Schwab’s Daughter Nicole Says: ‘Permanent Climate Lockdowns Coming – Whether You Like It or Not’

Sunak Defends Private Jet Journeys As ‘Most Efficient Use Of My Time’

Story #2: CDC Warns Red Meat Allergy Caused by Ticks an 'Emerging Public Health Concern'

NWNW Flashback: House Orders Pentagon to Say If It Weaponized Ticks and Released Them (Jul. 18, 2019)

Robert Kadlec Claims “Vaccine Research” Caused COVID, Tick Bioweapons & Vaccines To Stop Meat Eating

Alpha-Gal Syndrome: Meat Allergy Linked to Tick Bites Rising, CDC Says

Gelatin-Containing Vaccines for Varicella, Zoster, Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Induce Basophil Activation in Patients with Alpha-Gal Syndrome (Mar. 18, 2021)

Episode 405 - Designing Humans for Fun and Profit

Next Pandemic Could Spring From US Meat Supply, New Report Finds

Lab Grown Artificial 'Meat' May Actually Be Worse for the Environment

Story #3: Trump Indicted For January 6

In 2018, Hunter Biden paid a Russian pimp $25,000 from Joe Biden’s bank account, causing the Secret Service to frantically rush to his hotel.

Are Aliens Real? People Online Don't Seem To Care Either Way

AM For Every Vehicle Act Headed For Senate Floor Vote

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  1. Steve Smith says:

    Decisions, decisions. What to freak out about most, weaponized ticks, leprosy or malaria.

    No worries though. I’m sure that a vaccine is in the works.

    • John Blaid says:

      – Tick bites has more to do with a toxin than that of a harmful bacteria.

      – Leprosy has to do with the exposure to toxins, probably the famous ones like lead & arsenic.

      – Malaria has to do with the exposure of toxins, probably the famous ones like lead & arsenic.

      Now they can’t make biological weapons due to a lack of scientific foundation BUT it is entirely possible for them to create chemical weapons. This is the reason why so many of us have tried to get the message out there for the past 3 years that there are no pathogenic particles like “viruses” or any harmful bacteria & fungi. As long as people falsely believe in germ theory they will forever be walking in darkness and be led astray by false claims.

      bioweapons – the myth of man-made pathogens

      Gain of Function Garbage

      Gain of Function Gaslighting

      My education package to get up to speed when it comes to “virology”

      • mkey says:

        Healthy American Peggy drew some parallels between leprosy and mrna injections (SPOILER). She also exposes the leprosy case count psyop and points out how the this “outbreak” has not shown up even as a blip on the Florida health department website. Even WHO states leprosy can be treated with antibiotics (whatever good that does) and is not infectious. Interesting times.

      • Steve Smith says:

        “Leprosy has to do with the exposure to toxins, probably the famous ones like lead & arsenic.”

        John, considering that leprosy was a disease discussed eons ago. Do you figure that it was caused from exposure to toxins then?
        I know that the Romans would sometimes use lead for drinking vessels. But what kind of toxins do you suppose that the ancient Israeli people were exposed to that would only affect a tiny percentage of their population?

        • John Blaid says:

          “John, considering that leprosy was a disease discussed eons ago. Do you figure that it was caused from exposure to toxins then?”

          Yes. The skin is a well known elimination organ in which toxins can get out. All kinds of skin symptoms that we falsely label as distinct diseases like measles, smallpox, chickenpox etc are all disease conditions in which the body try to push out toxins via the skin.

          I can’t recommend this video enough which touches a bit upon what I have just said and give the viewer a better understanding of these disease conditions. As Florence Nightingale allegedly said: “There are no specific diseases, there are only specific disease conditions.”

          The truth about smallpox

          “But what kind of toxins do you suppose that the ancient Israeli people were exposed to that would only affect a tiny percentage of their population?”

          I have no idea since I haven’t looked into their history but one may ask another question, what made the tiny percentage of the their population to succumb? Maybe the entire population was exposed to the same toxins but the tiny percentage may have had other factors like bad living conditions, bad nutrition, stress etc that tipped the scale.

          • Steve Smith says:

            Thanks for the reply John.
            Just to be clear though. Are you saying that Mycobacterium leprae doesn’t exist? Or that it exists but doesn’t cause the disease?


            • John Blaid says:

              The bacteria exist but they do not cause disease. They may be found at the site of disease but that is like finding firefighters at the site of a fire. No, the firefighters do not cause the fires just like the bacteria do not cause disease. The role of bacteria is to eat dead and dying tissue but they can also be made to eat toxins in certain circumstances.

              • Steve Smith says:

                “The bacteria exist but they do not cause disease. They may be found at the site of disease but that is like finding firefighters at the site of a fire. No, the firefighters do not cause the fires just like the bacteria do not cause disease. The role of bacteria is to eat dead and dying tissue but they can also be made to eat toxins in certain circumstances.”

                John, I don’t mean to belabor this but I’m wondering if your opinion is that no bacteria can cause illness. For instance, what are your thoughts about things like Necrotizing Fasciiti? The so-called flesh eating disease.
                Or how a cut or splinter will often develop an infection if not cleansed and treated.
                Are things like that not caused by the bacteria?

                It just seems kind of unlikely that they could be attributed to the body trying to eliminate toxins when they so often occur after traumas to the skin.

    • Duck says:

      As long as I dont get Monkey Pox I’m happy….lol

      • John Blaid says:

        How big of a chance is there that a unicorn is flying down and trying to kill you? Yeah, it’s the same chance of “catching” monkey pox.

        • Duck says:


          I think only the Rainbow Unicorns carry it 😉 Since the the people at risk appear to be

          1)People who go to gay Orgies

          2)Kids who’s parents know someone who goes to gay orgies

          3)Pets of people who go to gay orgies.

          I should be OK. 🙂

    • MortimerDuke says:

      Perhaps if we continue to watch the pot it’ll never boil?

  2. lisab says:

    Is this what you meant by fun plays to poke at the porkers JC?

    MAGA Jabs + Meat Allergies =
    “Sticking a spork in it…it’s done!”

    I think that one works on at least a few levels…

  3. steve.Con says:

    Here’s a Matthew Liao video predating the NWNW clip. An awkward talk on TED. Is it humor or is it a disaster foretold?

  4. Duck says:

    Computing Forever did a skit on climate change…. I like the bit where he shows the news reports that Ireland will heat up faster then the rest of the world….followed by the other reports about all the OTHER countries that are ALSO heating up “2 times as fast rest of the world” .

    Sadly I am pretty sure some people would not even find that weird…..

  5. ejdoyle says:

    In the mid 90’s I was homeless, living in my van behind a spiritual center in Tucson. One day I was riding my mountain bike a mile up the road to an Ace Hardware for some supplies.

    I passed a mini-mall that had a few businesses in it and one had one of those time/temp signs on a pole that rotated. It was 112. I used to tell that story to friends later in my life as fun story that I would be riding a bike in what we used to joke about as “dry heat.”

    What we are experiencing is “weather” :-))

    The outrageous UV levels of 14 or higher is NOT just weather, it is part of the results of the weather wars and chemtrails. Can no longer grow a garden here at 6000 feet in the AZ White Mountains.

    I MISS THE OLD DAYS (song)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      In Texas, the summer of 1980 was worse than 2023.
      I was outside a lot. I remember.
      Granted, anytime the temperatures are over 100 degrees for weeks on end, especially humid heat, the scenario gets old.

      In 1980, I remember exchanging letters with an ex-girlfriend about the heat wave. She told me that in Europe the news channels were showing footage of Dallas residents being sprayed down with fire hoses, and that people were dropping like flies.
      I laughed at the silliness of the hyped scenario.
      The whole world knew about Dallas because of the TV show with J.R. Ewing.

      In 1980, many cars did not have A/C.
      If they did, the A/C units in cars and homes did not perform as well as A/C units now.

      • ejdoyle says:


        I’ve driven my 1973 Dodge van for 40 years without A/C and only lived with swamp coolers in the South West.

        When one lives long enough the lies and manipulation of history becomes quite evident.

  6. Jed says:

    Another great episode, most doctors (around here anyway) know a lot less about this alpha-gal than do “New World Next Week” viewers and listeners. If you get it, the drug indicated for an allergic reaction often comes wrapped in meat — stay away from the gel caps.
    This climate change scam is another brilliant fight-starter, guaranteed to keep people at each others throats with endless angles and statistics and jargon to fling around like like wet cow flops. No one likes pollution but no one can really argue about that. It’s all such bullshit as the water levels haven’t moved, I live on a sandbar with 8 million people, less room maybe but it’s not getting any smaller. The beach concession stand I went to fifty years ago is still there. Water rising? Bullshit.

  7. TimmyTaes says:

    Why do people even react to or try to refute such “global boiling” nonsense?
    Do you argue or yell at a retarded person? Do you yell at drunks and drug addicts?
    Do you tell liars that they are lying and then show them proof?
    Ignore these idiots.
    Build your own world.
    Say goodbye to the Freak Show. Shut the door. Turn off the TV.
    Do something positive with your life and the time you have left on Earth.
    I like this channel for Solutions Watch and the positive stories.

    • lisab says:

      Thank you Timmy Taes. You make the best point of all.

    • lisab says:

      @Timmy Taes
      But the short answer is, because they think they have it right, or that they have gotten it right, so now they have to share it with others so they can be right with it too.

      If only they would see where and how they actually have it all wrong!

      I followed TCR for at least a year without subscribing for the same reasons you stated above. I found it to be propagating too much of the negativity without enough counter balance of the positive. Then solutions watch came out…which is nice, but JC doesn’t seem to put the level of research and exploration into offering up potential solutions. I do see though that James has given it a quality effort nonetheless.

      I finally decided to join, pay my dues and my respect for all of JC’s hard work. I also wanted to offer up some ways to resolve the negativity problem. But the negativity problem found me once I offered links to really good and positive messages for individuals to look into for themselves. When a light shines into the darkness, the darker forces reacts fervently to snub out the light casted upon them. Their eyes have gotten so used to the dark that the light shined onto them becomes offensive.

      Shall we test it together? Are you personally interested in a link to some knowledge which really helped me come to a more positive outlook for my own life, and for humanity?

      I wouldn’t want to force anything on you, so please let me know if you’re interested, then I’ll happily supply the link for you. No worries if you’re not interested…you seem to have a better handle on the pulse of the world than some of the egos here.

      Either way, I really appreciate your post!

    • Steve Smith says:

      “Do you tell liars that they are lying and then show them proof?
      Ignore these idiots.“

      First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a socialist.
      Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a trade unionist.
      Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—because I was not a Jew.
      Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.
      —Martin Niemöller

      • lisab says:

        For full disclosure purposes only…

        Shining the light where darkness treads…

        Partial truths are the very problems many people here are trying to correct!

        Using a quote as a form of proof of one’s point really requires a full review of the person being quoted. When taken out of context, any quote can serve anyone using it for their own personal beliefs. And, when the quote is taken out of its full context you lose the intention of the one being quoted. This is a rampant problem among some posters at the Corbett Report comments section.

        Below in quotations taken from above link:

        [Niemöller] Role in Nazi Germany

        “However, Niemöller only gradually abandoned his national conservative views. Even as he opposed the Nazis, he made pejorative remarks about Jews of faith while protecting – in his own church – baptised Christians, persecuted as Jews by the Nazis, due to their forefathers’ Jewish descent. In one sermon in 1935, he remarked: “What is the reason for [their] obvious punishment, which has lasted for thousands of years? Dear brethren, the reason is easily given: the Jews brought the Christ of God to the cross!”[16]“

        AND further along…

        “Thus, Niemöller’s ambivalent and often contradictory behaviour during the Nazi period makes him a controversial figure among those who opposed the Nazis. Even his motives are disputed. The historian Raimund Lammersdorf considers Niemöller “an opportunist who had no quarrel with Hitler politically and only began to oppose the Nazis when Hitler threatened to attack the churches”.[19]”

      • Steve Smith says:

        “Using a quote as a form of proof of one’s point really requires a full review of the person being quoted”

        I don’t see why. A quote from a complete stranger or unknown person can be valid as long as it is true.
        None of what you quoted from Wikipedia has anything to do with the point I was attempting to make and which seems to have been missed by you.

        To put it in my own words, I believe that it is always important to stand up and speak up against lies whenever you encounter them.
        If you disagree with that, fine. But it really has nothing to do with Martin Niemöller. I just happen to appreciate how he expressed it.

        And since you have apparently forgotten, may I remind you of your own words written only two days ago?

        “I no longer wish to engage with the likes of either of you.”

        Have you had a change of heart?

  8. Siscu says:

    I share this link and urge everybody to read the article:

    Not even James has been able to refute this however much he uses ridicule and ad hominem and other nonsense.

    The base tenets of the entire narrative are fake…

    • aud says:

      Not being a virologist or scientist, I’d have to see a debate between Dr Bailey and another similarly qualified researcher, doctor, or scientist. There are a lot of doctors claiming a lot of contradictory things, and I have no way of separating out the B.S.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I’ve never heard JC say anything ad hominem at anyone promoting this theory or rather refutation of a theory.

      He doesn’t address it much because to him it isn’t critical to refuting the narrative of control. This is his opinion and whether others have a different one or not, he’s never insulted anyone who does think it’s critical as far as I know.

  9. minnie says:

    Global boiling!

    In my day we used to call it “summer”. Not that we’ve had much of it this year in Scotland.

    The weather here has been relentlessly miserable apart from a very warm spell in June (though even on the hottest day the sea was freezing). May is usually the warmest and sunniest month of the year here, but for the past three years May has been unusually cold and grey. Summer seemed to happen in June, but as soon as July appeared the temperatures plummeted and it seems to have been raining every day since. Local weather forecasts have said several times that May and July were colder than the seasonal average, but I don’t think you’ll hear that on the BBC.

    Scotland generally gets ignored unless we’re demanding independence. If it’s hot in London, national emergencies are declared, even if it’s freezing up here.

    • Betty Swallox says:

      Last request james for phrases like magajab….
      Perhaps, ‘Symptomless Global Warming’….

    • mkey says:

      Scotland is obviously going through a pause in the process of bovine flatulence. Obviously. You are set and ready to continue boiling with the rest of the world (at twice the speed!), as soon as cows start farting again. You should be so lucky that you have counted the last fart.

      • minnie says:

        Bovine flatulence – hahaha – you have to laugh or you’d cry I suppose. And the latest trough of miserable wind and rain about to hit us from the Atlantic (probably sent by geoengineers) has just been given the name “Storm Antoni”.

        I like Betty’s idea of aysymptomatic global warming.

    • lisab says:

      Hello minnie!

      I was just wondering if you had any insight into this particular location in Scotland? Thank you in advance for any input you offer!

      7/22/2023 — BIG DISCOVERY IN THE UK! Scotland – Giant dragon head shaped starfort FORGOTTEN by Dutchsinse

  10. Betty Swallox says:

    Last request james for phrases like magajab….
    Perhaps, ‘Symptomless Global Warming’….

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I’m glad that Corbett revisited “Idiocracy” references.
    “Idiocracy” really helps to position the offical narrative in the perspective it deserves, with the added bonus of comic relief.

    14 minute mark
    In almost a deadpan manner, James Corbett says:
    “…The weather gods don’t like it when you eat meat, and electrolytes is what plants crave, and so, therefore, wouldn’t it be great if we reduced meat consumption….”

    I had some neurons pop at 0.5 seconds after Corbett said the word “electrolytes”. I wasn’t expecting it and broke out in laughter. I had to rewind the video, because I was missing what else was being said.

    I want to give praise to NWNW for their superb coverage regarding
    Story #2: CDC Warns Red Meat Allergy Caused by Ticks an ‘Emerging Public Health Concern’
    This story has legs.

    • lisab says:

      I was laughing along with you HRS! I’ve been referencing Idiocracy to my friends and family long before the plandemic appeared.

      Idiocracy is coming to fruition. The dumbing down of the population has been apparent for my entire life of 52 years.


  12. mkey says:

    That volcano story had me thinking about how absolutely insignificant all of these petty struggles we put ourselves through really are. 10% extra water vapour goes up into the atmosphere in a matter of minutes just as a bunch of fools clickety clack and click their nonsense into the universe.

    I got thinking about this just as I was walking home through a storm. At one point a large parasol flew near me (possibly over my head, due to gusts of water and wind I couldn’t see much) and I have only become aware of it after it crashed into a car parked some meters behind me.

    If cognitive dissonance does not make some peoples’ head pop soon, I don’t know what will. They are either going to pop or boil.

  13. mkey says:

    Fear porn poll from the local maintrash media.

    Title: are you afraid of climate change?

    6182 answered: Yes, storms and fires are increasingly destructive, it is obvious something is happening
    3115 answered: No, every year there is bad weather and fires*
    5199 answered: Compared to what we have in store, we should count our lucky stars for the time being

    I have added a little something to the screenshot, see if you can catch it.

    *officially, 2023 has been a low point when it comes to fires in Croatia. The top national firefighter guy declared that to be the case some days ago.

  14. wiesiek says:

    The hottest July in the last forty years? Well, not in Nepal — the temperatures this summer are just average here, and yet the local newspapers claim that we have an increased incidence of snakebites this monsoon season, with more people dying of snakebites than ever before, which the “experts” attribute to climate change. How do the local snakes know that the climate is changing (if the temperatures do not), and why would this inspire them to bite more than usual?

  15. generalbottlewasher says:

    Reporting from the heartland,

    I took a day off from reality and pulled a trick on some zonambalist friends. A trick like Woody Harrelson did to RFKjr.
    The house I was staying at sit on a high hill in Tulsa Jokelahoma The mid-town water towers were West and a unobstructed view of the north to the horizon. After filling the 500 gal.pool on the patio we dove in and looked up at the sky all day.
    In come zee clowns ! The blue sky was replaced by a white milky mess,one plane after another. Except for one miner detail, there were no visible plane.Just the short white chemtrails seem to appear, spread out and thin,swirl,and form tiger stripes somewhere around 20-30k ft.
    My friends were puzzled by never seeing a plane,just the Xs, the dash dashes and long stripes. As the blanket spread the temperature rose;102° in the shade, heat endex 113°. Rain predicted tomorrow,duh! Wez arrz zee bugzz!

  16. mkey says:

    Richard Vobes brings some interesting tidbits to light. Apparently, wind turbines come furnished with (internal combustion?) engines that are used to start up rotating motion as the winds are typically not capable to do by themselves (I assume) with the typical use case not involving a constant stream of air.

    So it would be reasonable to assume these same engines are used to spin the blades when the air movement speed is low. Does anyone else see plenty of room for making something that is not efficient look like it’s doing what’s supposed to be doing?

  17. dots4eyes says:

    Global boiling is just for frogs.

  18. I don’t know about you folks, but where I live in Ontario, we are experiencing just your average summer temps. It’s been nowhere near as hot as it was a couple of years ago.
    So I don’t know what orifice they are pulling their numbers from. 🙂

    Oh and BTW, nothing ticks me off more than stories about ticks, while I’m downing my 16 oz steak!
    So bug off. 🙂

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The south and southwest United States have had a massive heat dome hanging around for much of July and into August. Temperatures have been 38 C plus (100 F plus) for much of that time.
      I’m in the Dallas area, and the other night at midnight it was over 32 Celsius.

      In July, I recall that the natural gas commodity reports were talking about the high heat in Europe. But I haven’t followed Europe that much.

      • mkey says:

        According to prognosticators we are burning up at 28 degrees Celsisus.

        I would say this summer was quite a bit less hot than the previous one. And, SPOILER, we didn’t burn up during the past obe, either.

        I know several people who will insist that the current summer is the hottest ever. They just run their programs.

      • Thanks for the update Homey.
        I agree those temps are certainly very hot. But then I don’t
        know what is normal for your area.

        I was just checking the temp for Prague (there’s a tennis tournament there now)
        and discovered it is 16C, light rain at 4:32 pm today. It’s certainly not sweltering there.

        But on the sidebar of this weather channel (Accuweather)
        they are going full gaga on climate change fear porn:

        “Arizona’s extreme heat is killing honeybees and melting their homes”

        “Hundreds of teens fall ill from heat wave at World Scout Jamboree”

        “How extreme heat is making your gas more expensive”

        “What to know when your child starts school during a deadly heat wave”

        “Millions at risk for severe weather in the Midwest”

         “South America swelters under a ‘fierce’ <sic> mid-winter heatwave”

        • mkey says:

          We had a lot of rainfall yesterday across central Europe. Some places saw profuse flooding. Temperatures dropped significantly as a result of weather shift. Insted of the expected 28+ deg C in the evening, yesterday we had 18.

          I expect the temps will pick up tomorrow (today mostly raining, but still a hot afternoon, mercifully less humidity) and lead into the continuation of the summer for the following 4-6 weeks.

          Even though in older days in this area it was known that the first August storm signalled the end of summer. But that trend is no longer in effect, I can remember only one summer during the past 20-25 years when the summer did indeed come to its end before mid August. We were not amid global boiling back then, however.

      • I decided to check on my local averages for the past 10 years or so. gives these types of averages.
        For some reason they choose the period of 1985-2015, so a 30 year period.
        The temps this summer in my area are below the average.

        Then I checked the temps in your area Dallas, for the same 30 year period.
        The average daily highs for July and August in Dallas are 36C.
        So your recent 38C levels are just a couple of degrees higher than average.

        And when July and August are over, your averages for this period may still
        fall right in line with 36C.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Like I mentioned far north in the comment section, 1980 was worse than it is now.
          My son (who has cattle on his 25 acres) often talk about the summers which we have seen in the past.
          There have been many summers where we have seen the grass burnt “yellow dead” by July, firecracker season (4 July). Plants are baked crispy.

          In recent years, following the dry summer of 2015, our Springs and Summers have had some balanced rainfall, more or less. This makes a difference. 2015 was a rough one.
          We haven’t had any rain in weeks – I’d love to see some.

          Last night it was 34.44 °C (94 F) at 10:30 pm.
          It gets old after weeks on end.
          Cities feel much worse than country areas.

          Ozone is a big problem in cities. The concrete and chemicals heat up, and literally make it hard to breath. I hurt myself a few weekends ago when working out in the yard around noon time for a few hours. It took me a day to recover.

          I’m ready for daytime high temperatures to reach a cool 34.44 °C.

          • mkey says:

            34 deg C evenings are very cool indeed. 28 is lousy, 34 is worse. I assume it’s a dry heat.

            Here we had another round of reasonably engineerd storms, the temperature took another dip. I now think there is a hefty probability this summer may be cut short.

            This season was very poor as far as tourism is concerned. It started timidly as the inflation took its toll, prices shoot up 30%. There was maybe two weeks of somewhat increased expenditure and now this.

            Maybe people will start to consider how stupid it is to put all the eggs in one basket.

            TeeVee announces a new record is brolen every day, but that is in stark collision with what can be observed on the street level.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Dallas and east is a humid, stifling, sticky heat.
              So any type of water based cooling system, besides a swimming pool or lake, will just make it more miserable.
              Occasionally, some summers, in the house, I turn on a portable dehumidifier (which puts out heat) and dump a gallon of water after a few hours.

              West Texas is a dry heat.
              In Odessa and Big Springs, our cooling unit sat on the roof of the house. Essentially, it was just a waterfall pump with a fan.
              I still miss playing with the horned toads.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I think what they are doing is putting it in the MSM where as in the past there was no mention of “extreme” temperatures before and they are also claiming it’s due to alleged man made climate change.

      There are no differences in temperature in past seasons where I have been living. In fact in one place in CA where I commute back to work, the summer has sucked, very cool and cloudy and we’ve had this in the past.

      It’s sort of how we’ve likely had very bad winter illness periods AKA flu seasons and before it was being used to scare the population was never mentioned.

      They also may have some way to manipulate the weather but I haven’t really researched this in any depth. I know technology exists but the extent of it I have no idea.

      • lisab says:

        If there are some people who can control the weather then wouldn’t it be true that humans are responsible for the weather anomalies? Of course, they would be the ones who are referencing weather and climate as the same thing, which is not true. But in that line of logic, people are responsible for “climate change.”

        It’s all about how words are used as manipulative mechanisms of the masses.

  19. mkey says:

    The poorly attituded cat deconstructed a Scientific ™ graph scam doing its earnest to create the perception of heat related deaths being significant against deaths due to the cold. Note how the horizontal graph axis has been cut on the far right hand side.

    • generalbottlewasher says:


      The fakery is off the scale. However, does show Croatia a lot more adverse to freezing to death than Romania or Bulgaria.
      Mkey,why are the deaths from heat so high in the 20-45 group in your corner of paradise?
      Could it be this tripe graph is a total pile-a-poop?
      Here in Oklahoma you can’t die untill it gets to 38°c .
      This graph has some typos,should read Oklahoma and the number on the left should be c° temp. Don’t look too close though.
      I can make a graph work too!

      • mkey says:

        We do indeed appear to have some extra deaths due to “heat”, but knowing who these people are I simply can not trust the bean counters. Dear lord may only know what are these people tagging and in response to whose dictates.

        One thing that comes to mind is the relatively significant (certainly not 5/100k) death rate among tourists during the summer. They like to drown in a variety of ways. Idiots take out a boat and just assume they will be taking it back just as easily.

        Due to poor infrastructure and lack of training quite a few people die in crashes on the roads. But again, questionable how are the bean counters writing these deaths down. If they follow the same logic they did with convid there is really no telling what are the exact figures.

  20. pill says:

    Has someone made a logo or a meme for the “Center of Disease Creation” already?

    Also, are they putting those infected ticks out in the woods near US biolabs on the East coast, or do we know if they’re also releasing those in Ukraine or elsewhere in Europe?

    • mkey says:

      I think Santa is spreading those ticks, her has quite a bit of spare time during the summer.

      • Jed says:

        He does it with his deer — tics hanging off ‘em like grapes as they’ll eat up your garden — flowers, shrubs, vegetables— spreading the blood-suckers all over your yard before leaping off to kamikaze into your car as you try to speed away. They’re cute thought.

    • lisab says:

      CDC: Center of Disease Creation! Now that is a tough pill to swallow!

      It seems to me they are releasing dis ease all over the world in the form infectious words which were created behind closed doors and released in the form as a prescribed form of ideals. But those who won’t accept their prescriptions willingly are inoculated nonetheless.

      Americans seem more resistant, but the dis ease has been incorporated into our daily lives through the exposure of these infectious words since our birth. We developed resistance to some of the words, so the words have been reorganized and leaked into our psyches so that we may accept the new words as medicine for any dis ease.

      But of course, dis ease is spreading. But it’s not infectious. Dis ease is a state of unwellness, or an ill ness, or the feeling that something is off, not right, not sitting well within the person’s system.

      When the infectious words are used against the people, and they do not align with the stated ideals the words are meant to compliment, then discordance arises.

      All that remains is whether or not people accept what they have been given, and whether or not they can live with what they choose to accept.

      The above stated is just a sad statement of fact. But the Santa analogies are Highlarious!

  21. catie says:

    I’m in Florida. Just want to comment on the weather…for what it’s worth:
    Disclaimer – This is only my 3rd summer in Florida (I’m actually a Washingtonian).

    Having said that, this summer is dramatically different than the first 2 summers, where around 3-4 PM almost everyday a big Thunderstorm would come through. It was like clock work, and the last 2 summers were more humid (maybe I’m just getting used to it?).

    This summer it seems the temperatures have sky rocketed ONLY sporadically, with wider fluctuations in temperatures, but while humid not quite as much as first 2 years. AND HARDLY ANY Thunder storms, which I find weird. We’re moving along in August and the storms would start hitting in later June…but hardly any this year.

    I have gone out in mornings and the weather at times is actually very mild for summer. It will get hotter in mid day but nights are not so humid and hot as first 2 summers.

    I have heard nothing about oceans heating up. Overall, it’s much more pleasant this summer – but we still have some summer left and then the HURRICANE season will be upon us – so I’m going to knock on some wood now.

    • Steve Smith says:

      This is my thirtieth year in Florida. From my experience, this year is fairly typical. At least in the west central area.

      The rains seemed a little late this year but are making up for their tardiness in the last week or two.

      The heat is pretty much normal from what I can tell. Meaning that its hotter than blazes when there is no cloud cover and its ridiculously humid all the time.
      Just like every summer since I’ve been here.

      “Its not the heat. Its the humidity” is a very true adage. Another is, “If you don’t like the weather, wait ten minutes “.

  22. jdu8 says:

    The 37 degree drop in temperature is probably due to geoengineering. Someone heats the water up, then writes the story, then turns the heating technology (maybe HAARP) off. It is well known that the technology to heat up the water is there, and no one has ever invented a weapon that hasn’t been used. Storms can be intensified, or stalled, when they are moving, creating record-breaking rain or snow falls in one area. The temeprature of the planet is not changing much, but the ability to create scary phenom weather events is real, and this is the way the powers that be can hold us hostage and blame it on global warming to the hystera-masses

    • aud says:

      You can check your suspicions about a technology that can heat the ocean by calculating how man Joules it would take to raise 1 sq km of ocean, to a depth of 50 cm, 8 degrees C.

      Then convert that to how many power plants would be required to do that in a day, assuming about 1200 MW per power plant.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        @ aud
        Can scaler interferometry be used? Does the conservation of energy apply here?
        Satellite energy conversion?
        So much to question ⁉️

  23. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Sick Irony… August 6th

    In the United States, on the calendars, Sunday August 6th, 2023 is National Friendship Day.
    In 1935, Congress declared the 1st Sunday of August as National Friendship Day.

    On 6 August 1945 at 08:15 Japanese time, an American B-29 bomber dropped the world’s first deployed atomic bomb over the Japanese city of Hiroshima.

    To me it seems that on the 1945 calendar, August 6th was the first Monday in August.
    So, I guess that “National Friendship Day” was over.

    • lisab says:

      Rewriting history. Taking down statues. Renaming lakes. Reinterpreting a constitution of rights. Scoffing at those who declare their independence or sovereignty. Creating a new narrative while sweeping the past under the rug. You know this is nothing new, right?

      • lisab says:

        I only commented because when I saw Friendship Day preprinted on my wall calendar, I laughed at the idea they even felt the need to give that Day as anything important to me or my daily way of life. Just like Mother’s Day/Father’s Day/Parent’s Day/Valentine’s Day/Grandparent’s Day/Acknowledge This Day as Such and Such Importance because a nation says it implies to do so.

        Their sick irony only makes me shake my head at the paradoxes created for the sole intention to keep people in a confused and discombobulated state of existence.

        And by your acknowledgement and somewhat sarcastic response of their stated purpose reminds me of the continuous effects of the paradoxes being created.

        I’m laughing with you and at us (humanity) at the same time!

  24. generalbottlewasher says:

    January 2018 In consideration of voting harder and the effects on weather and the environment I sent an email to my representative,with no response.
    Honourable Senator James Inholf.
    Dear Sen. Inholf, congratulations on your chairmanship of Armed Services Committee. You where quoted in the Tulsa World last week, you said something about ” the tankers at Tinker Airbase.” Can you say those Tankers are or are not part of the stratospheric aerosol injections that John Brennen was enamored with when he spoke to the Council of Foreign Affairs? The whole business has been very hard on the citizens of Oklahoma’s health, agriculture, and water habitats and resources. You have a chance here to secure your legacy in history. This bacon’s soured the Homeland. Please consider taking Oklahoma out of their agenda. There are other alternatives to the collateral damage to the population , water and land. You will not want to be tied to that group.Please consider, this is on a lot of Oklahoma’s minds.

    At that time 2018, Hollywood writers were 2 years into writing the script for the last of Danial Craig’s series as 007 James Bond, No Time to Die. Released Oct.8th 2021.
    The movie plot and my letter intersected at Tinker Air Base in MidWest City,Ok. The largest facility for making and loading air tankers with Bio Weapons in the USA is at Tinker. The movie depicts the bio-weapon being aerosolized and genetically killing through contact of nano,self assembly micro dots.
    The Event 201 happened in Oct-November2019 ,about the time the shooting of the movie was being completed.
    Having only seen the movie last night I’m disturbed by Hollywood’s uncanny ability at pre-cognitive functions.
    Maybe they have a world class Ouyja Board and it was just a story. Or, we now know how the “Cooties” landed in American cities, like the film , on the same weekend.

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