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[At least] 50 dead as Severe-Cold Sweeps Bangladesh

Serving as further proof of our mainstream media’s sickening ‘warm-mongering’ agenda, at least 50 cold-related deaths in Bangladesh, Southern Asia, have gone widely unreported.

Australia’s <20 wildfire fatalities since October 2019 continue to dominate the headlines —as that natural disaster is dutifully following the AGW narrative— and although a local tragedy, the numbers simply don’t compare to the cold-related deaths occurring in other regions of the planet:


Recently, at least 50 people have died in Bangladesh as extreme cold weather sweeps the country.

Cold-related diseases have affected 5,998 people in the last 24 hours alone, reports unb.com.bd.

Hospitals are struggling to cope with the surge of people suffering from illnesses such as influenza, dehydration and pneumonia, said Ayesha Akhter, a senior official of the government’s health directorate.

Children and the elderly are as-always prone to diseases such as pneumonia, while those on low incomes, particularly laborers, have been the worst directly affected by the cold:

“I have no choice. I have to work regardless of the harsh weather to feed my family,” said Abdur Rahim, a rickshaw puller in the capital, Dhaka.

“The number of passengers has reduced sharply as people are avoiding going out. It is also getting difficult to pull the rickshaw as I feel like my body is frozen.”

The weather office has forecast intense cold, frigid winds and dense fog persisting for few more days.


The UK’s frigid winter of 2018/19 resulted in an estimated 17,000 ‘cold housing condition’ deaths — almost twice as many as the previous winter.

North America

While in North America, during the last week of January 2019, a buckling of the jet stream –linked to historically low solar activity– drove brutal Arctic air into the Midwestern United States and Eastern Canada, killing at least 22 people.

And in Cook County alone, a total of 14 cold-related deaths have been officially logged since November 2019.

The CDC estimates that so far this season there have been at least 4.6 million flu illnesses, 39,000 hospitalizations and 2,100 deaths from the flu in the United States. 

The 2019-20 flu season is off to even worse start than the two straight unusually bad flu seasons that preceded it. Last year, the CDC estimated there were between 36,400 and 61,200 flu-related deaths in the U.S. While during the 2017-18 season, the CDC estimated there were 61,000 flu-related U.S. deaths.

Flu season typically begins in October, peaks between December and February, and then lasts well into March. Flu viruses are more stable in cold air and the low humidity allows the virus particles to remain in the airaccording to Peter Palese, who was the lead author on a key flu study in 2007. Backing up his findings is the fact that there is no real flu season in the tropics.

The CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics Compressed Mortality Database, which is based on death certificates, indicates that about twice as many people die of “excessive cold” conditions in a given year than of “excessive heat.”

For how much longer can the UN, IPCC and MSM get away with tricking people into believing warmth is bad for life on earth, how long before populations wake up, and revolt against the unscientific Anthropogenic Global Warming ruse…?

Repeating Cycles, Not CO2

The cold times are returning for many of us, in line with historically low solar activity.

Australia’s intense droughts and wildfires are returning, too — again on a sun-driven cyclical loop.

Australia’s once in a century ‘megadrought’, which ran from 1891 to 1903, caused an ecosystem collapse affecting more than a third of the country. The drought occurred within weak solar cycles 12 and 14, cycles very similar to the one we’re currently in, the record-deep solar minimum of 24:

For more click the link below:

Don’t fall for NOAA’s or the BOM’s politicized, warm-mongering, UHI-ignoring temperature datasets — our future is one of ever-descending COLD and CROP LOSS.

NASA has recently revealed this upcoming solar cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years,” and they’ve correlated previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

With solar cycle 25 likely just a stop-off on the sun’s descent into its next Grand Solar Minimum:

Prepare accordingly — grow your own.

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One Thought to “[At least] 50 dead as Severe-Cold Sweeps Bangladesh”

  1. Aloha E:
    According to my research, which I did two years ago (and, I have somewhere here in my files) 17X’s as many people die ‘cold=related’ deaths as do ‘heat-related’ deaths. Did you get that? Cold kills 17X’s as many people (and animals) as heat.

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