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Climate “change” as a existential catastrophe is a complete hoax. Climate change as a continual feature of our planet is a proven fact. We must fight to protect ourselves against this evil cohort, Klaus and his minions.

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A dozen bullets from skilled marksmen is all it would take to stop this nightmare globally. I’ve stopped trying to reason with these creeps. I pray for a permanent removal ASAP.

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I'm starting to see this sentiment more regularly in online comments. I think it shows that a real tipping point is being reached, and I hope it scares the shit out of them. (I'm assuming everything we post online is captured and filed away for future reference.) I'm joining my prayers with yours, because at this point your proposed solution seems to be the only way to deal with these maniacs and their minions.

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They are hell bent on ruination of all that moves our souls. They refuse to listen or consider. We’ve been patient too long ...

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May 14, 2023·edited May 15, 2023

YES! We need to fight back in every way. Local elections. Online posts!

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May 14, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

By controlling global energy production, distribution and consumption, Klaus Squid hopes to 'control the means of production', I say, and where have we heard that phrase before? Connect the dots.

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May 14, 2023·edited May 14, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

'They' hate you(middle class), don't forget it.

Elizabeth and you wonderful Canadians... I would normally rip on you for Castro's son, but we are being condemned down here even worse by another Chinese puppet.

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May 14, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

Brilliant piece of writing. Thanks.

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More on target writing. Thanks Elizabeth. I try to converse with as many folks as I can. Everything true has to be 1 on 1 communications since media outlets are not to be trusted. This means it takes longer to reach that tipping point that is needed. Unfortunately so many people are either affraid to speak out or don't want to take their heads out of their ass/starbucks cup (same thing?). At this stage of my life I shouldnt have to be a modern Paul Revere but I try. I really do. I get accused of being a nut job extremist. That's ok. I understand. Our society has lost the ability/desire to revere wisdom, especially experiential wisdom. My torch and pitchfork stand ready! Keep up the fight girl!

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May 15, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

Why is this man still ……..well, let’s just ask, “why is this man”.

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Good one

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May 14, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

I cannot believe how many people do not know Klaus Schwab of WEF or anyone or any other of the Alphabet soup if you know what I mean . God is on your side so is truth.

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May 14, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

Energy price increase is only part of the inflation “puzzle”, the biggest part came from the idiots deficit spending like drunks. Trudeau/Freeland in Canada DOUBLED the money supply in 18 months. Where did that money go? Into assets which forced the prices higher .

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May 15, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

No that money was straight away laundered and ripped off. Asset prices are just a consequence.

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Of course, but were we back in Trump time, and looking at growth again, the idiot spending would be manageable. Just….

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May 18, 2023·edited May 18, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

As there actually is a real, new-as-of-several-years-ago, contagious disease capable of long term damage regardless of the mortality rates, And Also there's so much criminal bullshit around the narrative of it, and solutions that make it worse and have tremendous other costs, and unreliable models, and #FollowTheScience meaning follow a trail of bullshit off a cliff ...

...And organized crime and well meaning hypnotized people advocating for their own destruction, thinking they're saving the world ... And propaganda and trojan horses all the way down .. but also something actually true, that should never be interpreted, explained, or "solved" by psychopaths and their flying monkeys, but, something all the same ...

Hasn't so much industrial activity affected the atmosphere it's released into? Especially considering Earth now has less buffer zones / wetlands that helped moderate temperature during past fluctuations. That's a point Charles Eisenstein makes in his book "Climate: A New Story", where he criticizes myopic focus on counting carbon (was written before it was obvious they're using climate / "sustainability" as trojan horse for authoritarian control), and calls for deeper understanding of human activity's affects on the natural world, not with guilt or false solutions, but with love and ability to look at the totality of effects, not just what fits a climate narrative.

https://charleseisenstein.org/books/climate-a-new-story/

In early covid, when people said it was a hoax, I immediately tuned out. I much regret that now - those were the voices who understood it would be used for power grabs. And many were not saying the disease itself doesn't exist (which is what I thought they meant by "hoax"). They meant a bait and switch, the disease is real but the narrative doesn't match reality, the solution is not at all the solution, the real solutions are censored, we don't need to be as afraid as they tell us, and their data is disgustingly polluted. But still, there is Something that the heroic covid docs were seeing across the world. Hoax doesn't mean necessarily making something up from nothing ...

With climate, is there not something to all those years of industrial output, affecting the atmosphere that in turn affects us?

Can we at least hold that there may be? It doesn't invalidate calling out manipulation of caring and fear while pushing false solutions and getting people into a cult like mindset where they can't hold that anything may be different than they think. But could it Both be true that there's dishonesty / manipulation / trojan horses all through the climate narrative, And Also that there's something actually happening, from human activity?

Much respect ...

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There are a very few scientists I read and listen to, who say, yes of course industrialization affects climate, but that the system itself is so many orders of magnitude more complex than we can know so far and industrial effluent pales by comparison to natural forces. We exaggerate the permanence of that effect too. Nature recovers so much faster than we realize. My gorgeous lower meadow used to be a gravel pit only 10 years before I saw it and fell in love with it, I know more about endangered species “science”. It is so so messy and overstated, it makes me want to take an axe to something. The sleaziness! When they talk extinctions, they cheat on everything, the mapping, the level of threat, it is INSANE. Willis Eschenbach wrote an essay you can find, called “where are the corpses?” That points out the absurdity and dishonesty of endangered species, which has determined EVERYTHING outside the cities. Actual forest physiologists literally lose their minds when they look at species “science”. As real scientists do when they look at climate “science”. So we don’t know the level of reality. It is lies all the way down.

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One more thing. Does Eisenstein fly? Because less than 10% of the US is developed, and 6% of Canada. We all forget that. Wendell Cox and Joel Kotkin write about how truly undeveloped we still are. Wetlands still abound.

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May 18, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

I'd think Eisenstein flies sometimes, probably nowhere approaching near as often as the Davos crowd. He has occasional in person events - https://charleseisenstein.org/events/

This is the part about wetlands I remembered reading ~ https://charleseisenstein.org/books/climate-a-new-story/eng/carbon-soil-and-life/

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I find this para deeply suspicious because he may be using wetlands and swamps WHERE PEOPLE LIVE. Not all wetlands. That is impossible. Plus, people restore nature more than they destroy it. We are literally greening the earth with CO2. We also find that conserved land degrades, everywhere, Africa, here. The land needs its people. Here, this. Did his editor ask him, you mean ALL the wetlands? Or just the ones near people? That the planet has lost half its mangrove swamps in the last century, and about 70 percent of its total wetlands?[5] That seagrass meadows are declining by 7 percent per year?[6] That total wetlands loss in the United States stands at 50 percent since its founding, and has accelerated in the twenty-first century over the twentieth?[7] Most of the losses are due to agricultural conversion, urban growth, and coastal development; meanwhile, intact wetlands suffer degradation from pollution and saltwater encroachment. Rising sea levels ordinarily wouldn’t be a problem, because coastal wetlands would migrate, but today levees constrain their spread, even as dams deprive them of sediment to grow.

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I just meant does he look out the window when he flies? Our minds cannot grasp how empty of people the world actually is.

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Appreciate you admitting unknowns. When some say there's for sure no climate change, or no human caused climate change that could possibly be problematic, I think it feeds how the false narrative wants to frame this conversation, as "deniers", instead of doubters of official data, because it's complex, and full of lies, and difficult to impossible to actually know.

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Yes, I interviewed this wonderful philosopher of science, Alston Chase near Yellowstone, and he said as far as ecology goes we are nowhere near the kind of higher math we need to know. And he too pointed out that nature recovers far faster than we think. A much admired friend of mine wrote The Delinquent Teenager Who Became the Worlds Climate Expert went thru the IPCC, checking their footnotes. 40% were from advocacy outfits, a substantial number just didn’t exist, their rigor is crap, and we are basing trillions of dollars and billions of lives …

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On the virus, I think they panicked because they engineered it, and didn’t know how dangerous it would be. Hence the engineered panic. They had added in part of HIV so they thought they had killed millions. Was it deliberate? Unknowable. Is the vaccine a killer? Looks like it is bad. I thought it was initially bullshit, checked with a physicist friend who runs a huge department at a huge hospital and he said the numbers out of Imperial College of London were bullshit too. Farrs Law says viruses weaken over time and quite rapidly, so you are right, front line workers were seeing something but the danger faded quite quickly. I cannot believe there was so much incompetence and wickedness shown by the public service. Thank you so much for the interesting thoughts, I really appreciate them.

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The failure of Trump to ensure both Klaus and Soros no longer are contributing CO2 to the atmosphere ranks among his greatest mistakes.

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I don’t think he knew the extent of the plans. I didn’t and I’ve written about them extensively. It is a mistake to assume Trump knows all, understands all. He is not a god.

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I'd tend to agree re: Klaus, but ever since Soros broke the Pound, impoverishing millions of Brit pensioners, it's been clear he's an enemy of Western Civ. Everything he's done since has magnified that. My concerns with Trump are not that I think he's a god - it's just that he had his chance, didn't fix what he brought to light and refused to fire people like Wray, Milley, Fauci, etc. I'm torn between wanting him back as an angry guy intent on revenge, and the possibility of there being anyone else who can burn the place down...

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Yeah, well, everyone else wants him, tens of millions, he is virtually the only loved politican in the world, Modi, maybe. He DID NOT KNW WHAT HE WAS GETTING INTO. No one could have known. You are using 20/20 hindsight . No one wants DeSantis, he is just another ambitious pol who will be compromised fast. RFKjr is loathed because of his environmental destruction.

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Agree completely on DeSantis - he lost me when he reversed on Ukraine in a week - he's owned by the MIC, IMO. Also agree on Trump - he thought he'd be respected at least by his own party - who did most of the damage to his/our agenda and now are just fundraising off that same agenda while pretending they are not responsible for failing that agenda under Trump. I think Trump is angry enough to fix the place - and has the capability; but can he get past his poor personnel decisions? Or do you think those, too, are a result of misplaced trust in the system... As I noted, I want someone not beholden to donors and angry as hell to burn the place down. I keep asking my anti-Trump friends (who voted for him in 2016), WHO ELSE IS THERE? Or I'll just move to Hungary... :)

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Hungary suffered for hundreds of years, till they sorted it out. I think he trusted people. They lied to him about who they were. He wont make that mistake again.

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May 15, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

I'd like to think otherwise but trump is just looking like good cop. I so hope I'm wrong here.

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"Honest to God, one wants to do the humane thing and put him out of his misery."

This is the line that made the biggest impression on me, which means I'm on the same page as Brenda Broley Cook and Lisa...

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Sir Klaus the Swab is the obedient servant of King Charles the Turd.

Believe it or not, our late Queen knighted the Nazi joker to be Charlie's front man and, ultimately, his fall guy. When you read a book by Klaus, you can bet that Charlie dictated it. They were especially chuffed with The Great Reset. They are dumb enough to think we would love the idea.

Green Totalitarianism is the Black Nobility's weapon of mass depopulation and it is just the latest of that insane bloodline's deranged diseased ideas. For previous depop doozies research the Roman Empire, The Holy Roman Empire, The 'British Empire' and the Rule of Law. Understand that the dictatorial regime we are living in globally is not Roman, nor British, nor lawful. It is (Venetian) Phoenician, phoney and fraught with interbred feeble fearful minds.

The Black Nobility, who believe they have the Divine Right to Rule have to be dethroned and disinherited.

No other action will be effective until the believers in Aristotle are removed from power, rehabilitated or throttled.

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