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Lima’s Coldest Night Since 1996; South Africa Shivers; Blackouts In Pakistan As China Power Plants Go Unpaid; North American Oat Shortage; + U.S. Corn Belt Already Suffering From Late Planting

Lima’s Coldest Night Since 1996

Anomalous cold is continuing to ravage South America this week.

On Wednesday, the Peruvian capital of Lima suffered its coldest nights in decades when a low of 13.1C (55.6F) was logged at the Callao Airport–the city’s official weather station.

Other sites across Lima registered even colder lows: the park of Campo de Marte saw 11.9C (53.4F), while the neighborhood of Von Humboldt experienced 8.4C (47.1F) — the lowest readings for both downtown stations since 1996 (solar minimum of cycle 22).

Swathes of the South American continent have has been suffering historic chills in recent weeks and months.

In fact, Argentina just experienced its coldest autumn (March-April-May) since 1976 (solar minimum of cycle 20), with the freeze expected to have dire consequences across many of the country’s key growing regions:

And looking ahead, more of the same is forecast as the the month of June rolls on:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) June 26 – June 30 [].

South Africa Shivers

After a brief burst of warmth, South Africa is now shivering through another cold spell with frosts noted in the Highlands.

Some notable lows: Bloemfontein Airport recently sank to -7.3C (18.9F); Johannesburg to -2.3C (27.9F); Graaff-Reinet plunged to -4.2C (24.4F); while neighboring Botswana registered an anomalously-low -1.3C (29.7F) at its capital Gaborone.

And as is the case with South America, Southern Africa’s pockets of polar cold are forecast to persist.

Blackouts In Pakistan As China Power Plants Go Unpaid

Blackouts have been sweeping Pakistan this month as the country’s cash-strapped government struggles to pay Chinese power suppliers, complicating efforts to rescue its failing economy.

As reported by, the power is going out in cities like Rawalpindi for 8 hours a day, which is having dire consequences on economic activity and, in turn, on household budgets already squeezed by 13%-plus inflation levels.

The outages are worse still in rural areas, such as in the southwestern province of Balochistan, which is receiving just six hours of electricity per day.

“We are used to living without government-supplied electricity as our forefathers did in ancient times,” said Mumtaz Baloch, a government employee living in Balochistan — an apposite statement, in my opinion.

A key cause for the blackouts is Chinese power producers shutting down multiple plants because the Pakistani government has failed to pay dues amounting to 300 billion rupees ($1.5 billion).

Ahmed Naeem Salik, a research fellow at the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad, said that current power generation capacity in Pakistan is 41,000 MW, while consumption is around 28,000 MW: “We have 13,000 MW of extra electricity capacity, but still there is a lot of load shedding,” he said. “[This] is mainly because we have to pay the loans [to Chinese companies] that we are unable to pay, and hence [the Chinese] have stopped power production.”

Blackouts are prevailing ACROSS Pakistan, including in the coastal town of Gwadar. Aslam Bhootani, a member of the National Assembly in Gwadar, told that a 300 MW plant was supposed to power the town, “[but] the Chinese stopped construction of this power plant after [the government] failed to pay the dues to existing Chinese power producers.”

Pakistan’s power woes echo the ongoing crisis in another South Asian country, Sri Lanka — social unrest there is mounting and, as I reported on yesterday, public sector workers are being given Friday’s off to grow food in their back yards amid a looming famine:

And similarly to Sri Lanka, the Pakistani government has reverted back to a five-day workweek, reversing a change to a six-day week that was intended to increase productivity. In another measure, the country is planning to shut down commercial markets early to conserve energy. And thirdly, it is also seeking an International Monetary Fund bailout but first has to jump through IMF hoops, which include renegotiating a cheaper energy deal with the Chinese.

North American Oat Shortage

Soaring global demand combined with fierce chills and a persistent drought has led to record low ending stocks for oats in Canada and the United States: “an exceptional situation for oats and oat products markets,” reports

Demand for oats outpaced production last year after major North American oat growing regions suffered from severe drought and destructive outbreaks of Arctic cold — a recipe that led to depleted supplies that failed to keep up with usage.

“I’ve never seen anything like this in my 40 years of working in the oat industry,” Randy Strychar, president of Oatinformation, recently said. “The bottoms are in, and prices are only going up from here,” he continued.

Besides oats’ tight supplies and growing demand, soaring costs of wheat and other grains are supporting its price strength.

However, despite the strong headwinds, Strychar said he is somewhat optimistic.

North American soil moisture in the oat-growing regions has been improved by record-setting snowpacks from last winter. And while the snow-saturated soil made the ground too wet for planting in both the U.S. and Canada –with late planting resulting in lower crop yields– Strychar is hopeful that the higher moisture content may counter some of those late planting yield loses.

Concerns remain, however, that oat supplies will still fail to keep up with domestic demand: “I suggest you get the coverage you need now, and don’t expect farms to sell large loads,” Strychar warned North America’s oat processing plants.

U.S. Corn Belt Already Suffering From Late Planting

“I recently asked my neighbor when was the last time he remembers a “normal” planting season,” said Paul Hodgen, a corn, soybean, and wheat farmer in Roachdale, Indiana, “He told me those days are long gone.”

Hodgen said he has only just finished planting, adding that it went much slower this year. Typically, he is finished several weeks earlier.

“We got zero farming done in March. [And] because we didn’t get hardly any planting done in April, that month was pretty much a washout. Then it all hit at once,” Hodgen said. “Basically, the recap for 2022 is we’re waiting for 2023.”

Indiana’s cold winter turned into a cold spring, and the soil took a long time to warm up to a temperature acceptable for planting, reports Then, and in another swing between extremes, Indiana was hit by brief burst of heat which Hodgen says will prove “a shock to the corn”. The warmth is required to speed along growth; however, Hodgen adds that “it is also condensing our spraying window, which means less time to get all our in-crop applications done.”

According to the latest USDA planting figures, corn has played a miraculous catch-up in recent weeks to now stand at the 5-year average of 97% planted. Soybean, wheat and oat plantings have also recovered and stand at or close to their averages.

But this “official” reporting flies in the face of what farmers on the ground are telling us. However, and as every market analyst and grower has come to accept, the USDA is a government agency tasked with stabilizing the markets as opposed to always portraying the true picture.

With this in mind, I am betting that the finalized figures will reveal that acreage is indeed down.

Moreover though, given the late planting (a large percentage of which took place outside of the ideal window), along with a global shortage of key agricultural inputs, yields are set to be drastically reduced this year, meaning even tighter global stocks and additional pain come harvest time in Sept/Oct, particularly for the planet’s import nations.

The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among many other forcings, including the impending release of the Beaufort Gyre).

Prepare accordingly — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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27 Thoughts to “Lima’s Coldest Night Since 1996; South Africa Shivers; Blackouts In Pakistan As China Power Plants Go Unpaid; North American Oat Shortage; + U.S. Corn Belt Already Suffering From Late Planting”

  1. Mystic’s Mystic

    The ominous Great Reset.
    AI & robotics replace human labor and therefore the need for peoples. The elites conspire to eliminate the masses and preserve the earths resources for themselves. Weapons of choice biological & covering up and disguising natural weather threats like calling for global warming mitigation when they know perfectly well that a mini ice age is only a few years away. Uncustomary cold is striking in both hemispheres with devastating effects on crops. The snow is still falling at this late date in the pacific NW. July may be the only snow free month because winter will probably return to the lower 48 sometime in August. This is all happening during a period when the solar output is in a ramp-up phase. In approximately two years some solar physicist say the solar output will fall off for a prolonged period. Until 2050 is a common approximation.
    Can the elites live with the Great Reset.
    Picture yourself on a mountain as high as Everest built of every type of manufactured items on earth. Are you happy? Not the elites.
    They need admiration and people to rule over.
    Even God needs peoples. Maybe these elites should rethink what they are doing before they create a world they can’t cope with. One psycho elite VS another psycho elite. Now that would be a real [email protected]/t Hole.

    1. Jörg Hinsche

      2024-2025 will be the peak of the influence of the common magnetic field of the 4 gas giants Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune (together with the magnetic field of the Sun) on the Earth.
      Whenever the Earth is between the magnetic field of the Sun and the magnetic field of the 4 gas giants, the effects (cracks and shifts of the Earth’s crust) will be the strongest, especially along the joints of the tectonic plates.
      As a result, even more earthquakes and volcanic eruptions will occur than in 2021-2023, which is why it is very likely that infrastructure (e.g., gas, water and sewage pipelines) in earthquake zones will be significantly damaged or even completely destroyed.
      In coastal regions, devastating tsunamis must be expected, as well as eruptions of meter-high mud waves in areas with a lot of water underground and soft soil layers above (liquefaction).
      Due to the possible approach of the earth to the sun, effects can occur as they do with atomic bomb explosions (electromagnetic pulse – EMP) and thus render all electronic devices inoperable.
      Because of the volcanic eruptions “one” expects a year without summer in 2026 and consequently a famine in 2027. It is very likely that many people will lose their belongings and even their lives if they cannot prepare for these events and take precautions to protect themselves.

      Above events are the imminent real threats to humanity and no one is warning humanity about these coming events, including the HIGHER COMMITTEE OF HUMAN FRATERNITY.

      In late 2022/early 2023, a blue comet will appear (C/2017 K2), the appearance of which some Native American tribes have associated with the coming of evil events.
      To this fits exactly:
      Luke 21
      11 and there will be great earthquakes here and there, famines and pestilences; and terrors and great signs from heaven will come.
      Mark 13
      7 But when you hear of wars and war cries, do not be alarmed; for it must come to pass, but it is not yet the end.
      8 For one Gentile nation will rise against another, and one kingdom against another; and there will be earthquakes here and there, and famines and troubles. These are the beginnings of the travail.

      Around the year 3100, the earth’s magnetic field will no longer exist and the sun will destroy or “purify” everything on earth with its radiation.
      To this the statement in the revelation of John fits:
      Revelation 21:1 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth. For the first heaven and the first earth passed away, and the sea is no more.

      Calculated 1000 years back we would be in the year 2100 thus at the beginning of the millennium.

      What happens up to the millennium (thus still approx. 80 years), is written in the revelation of John.

      In itself not good news, but there are two pieces of good news for believers:
      Satan’s followers and he himself still have a maximum of 70-80 years to do their inhuman mischief. With the beginning of the millennium this will be over for the time being. All the types mentioned in Revelation 20:15 will no longer exist.
      “One” prepare oneself already for the lake of fire, because see:

      Revelation 20:15 But unto them that are pusillanimous, and unbelieving, and abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, their part shall be in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone, which is the second death.

      Revelation 20:19 And if any man be not found written in the book of life, he shall be cast into the lake of fire.

      Satan will disappear in prison for 1000 years at the beginning of the millennium, and then, after trying to wage war against the Creator with his followers, he will suffer eternal torment in the lake of fire. His followers, who have allowed themselves to be seduced by him again after the millennium, will be extinguished in the lake of fire.

      Revelation 21:8 And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet were; and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever.

      Who has not taken part in the running gigantic deception, has not spread the lies and also has not done too much nonsense otherwise, may very probably take part in the construction of the then from Satan and his followers liberated universe after the last purification of the earth (When our body dies, “our” spirit, which the creator has breathed into the earth dumpling in the beginning, remains existing. He can be extinguished only by himself. That is then the 2nd death.) and “dwell next to the Creator’s hut”.

      This is actually the best news for all believers and helps to “bear” the currently actually unbearable condition of the gigantic worldwide fooling and to look confidently into the future.

      Revelation 21:3 And I heard a great voice from the throne, saying, Behold, a tabernacle of God with men. And he will dwell with them; and they will be his people, and he himself, God with them, will be their God.

      So it is also obvious that after the universe which can be experienced by us was measured a 3rd time, the earth (with the creator and his people) is in the center of the universe which can be experienced by us, which points to its unique position in the universe which is not comprehensible for us.

  2. Ranch Ghost

    My chickens and ducks dang near live on [and stay warm] burnin’ mostly just oats throughout the winter and they like ’em all summer too along with the grass ‘n bugs. Of all the grains oats is the best for man or beast and all the girls are just cranking out the eggs right now [lotsa sunshine does it]. Get them oats [and all the fixin’s] while you can… they’re a staple… oat carbs is comfort food just like sardines, protein and fats… plus they don’t give ya as much “grain/brain damage ‘n wheat belly”.

    1. Mystic’s Mystic

      You must have heard about the 10,000 cattle killed by mad cow disease. They caught it because of visitors from the Washington Swamp.

    2. Ranch Ghost

      Woka-Cola to buy AdeS [ADE] soy-based beverage business

      Beef ranchers all over are finding their herds water sources have been poisoned

      Where’s the Beef? Remote Viewer [a young negress speaking and drawing pictures hypnotically/psychedelically] Predicted the Kansas Cattle Slaughter Two Weeks [June 1] Before it Happened [June 16] – It’s all too beautiful, It’s still all designed to blow our minds…

      (But why the tears there?) I’ll tell you why
      It’s all too beautiful
      It’s all designed to blow our minds
      Get hung up, feed the ducks with a bun
      They all come out to groove about
      Be nice and have fun in the sun
      They all come out to groove about… like feeding ducks a bun in the sun
      I’ll tell you why It’s all too … It’s all too beautiful, it’s all too beautiful.

    3. Doktor seltsamer Wetterliebhaber

      David DuByne and Mike Adams discuss mass cattle deaths and global crop failures and how the “ranchers” handle/manage natural cyclic mini-Ice Age / Mag Rev declines. Even referenced RWF’s books.

      All your PREPAREDNESS is about to pay off big time – Mike Adams

      Ben Davidson | Solar Grand Minimums, Magnetic Reversals and Ice Ages | Apr. 5, 2017×720.png?media=1641037394

    4. Deb

      Now that I’m not spending all day on the internet, I’m spending more time on the things that matter.

      Going mostly the container route with gardening this year. Outside, I have 5 big pots planted- cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, basil and Greek oregano. Inside, I’m going to try red, green and Romaine lettuce and spinach. Hopefully, the AC will keep them from bolting.

      Also meditating on I Cor. 13. The good thing about hard times is that it helps you focus on what’s really important.

      The Geat Depression built character. We should be so lucky. Americans, at least, have a lot of growing up to do.

  3. Ed[Mr]

    (Alert). EMERGENCY TOOLS To Prevent Debt Market “FRAGMENTATION.” CRITICAL UPDATES. Mannarino

    BRAND NEW CHANNEL! Chuck Barone.
    “Oh No! The Fed!” June 16th, 2022
    No white hats comin’… this “new normal” really IS just like the previous new normal(s) of the past… and the end of an extended planetary warm period “easy oats” era.

    Health Ranger Report(s)

  4. Michael Peinsipp

    In 1970, 5% of American workers (Farmers) fed 60% of the World.
    Now DC pays farmers to NOT grow food…a very dangerously STOOPID idea.
    BUT the price of Diesel and fertilizer is killing Farmers planting this year.
    Thanks Brandon!

    1. Balboa

      And the ones they encourage to grow are used to manufacture corn syrup to spike all our foods in usa and around the world to fill our gluttonous pie holes.

  5. Dirk Pitt

    On Saturday in the Fremont District of Seattle USSA they will have the annual Solstice Festival and parade. It’s an all-out freak show, the freakier the better. The forecast is for cooler than normal, rain, gusting 15mph. Boo hoo, global warming raining on your freak show parade. Boo hoo.
    Anyway, Fremont prides itself as the Center of the Universe, the apex of trendiness. The most artsy free thinkers in all the lands, smarter than anyone ever born in all history. And the Greenest. Oh boy, so super-duper all about getting rid of all fossil fuels and stopping climate change. Great, fine. Go eat bugs.
    Along the Parade route in downtown Fremont is a 17′ bronze statue of Lenin.
    Vlad is a tourist attraction there and the freak parade goes right by it and everybody thinks it’s just fantastic. They think it represents freedom.
    Was the Soviet Union a model of freedom? Is that what you think of when you see a statue of Lenin or hear his rotten name? How many millions of innocent people did he kill? What a bunch of freaks. Oh, if only we could be more like the good ol’ Soviet Union, the land of the free. Idiots, there was No freedom !!

    I think Barry was born in Seattle, his mother was and he lived here as an infant. You think Frank kept her around after he knocked her up after shooting porn of her? No way, hit the road hooker, back to mommy in Seattle and get a job with the Company after you pop Choom Boy out. What a freak show, him and Big Mike and Reggie in the Oval Office , just makes me wanna PUKE. Blaaaaaaaaaaahh. Now we’re stuck with President Poopy Pants Joe who’s gonna kill us all. With leaders like him, who needs enemies?
    Happy Summer and Father’s Day, too cold to grow crops here but don’t use a propane BBQ because they cause global warming?

    1. LocoLogos

      It’s an all-out freak show, the freakier the better… and the Seattle Capital One Data Hack Attacker Ain’t No woman. – June 17th 2022

  6. Anthony

    Some “funny” comments on here today, hmmmmmm….

    1. Homo Erectus

      So Tony, do you know what a woman is?
      What Is a Woman?
      Guest Post by Paul Craig Roberts
      Matt Walsh has been trying to get transgender gurus to tell him what a woman is. Watching this video will be among the best 1 hour and 34 minutes you ever spent. – PCR

      1. Deb

        I have to agree. Men have never understood women, but now even women don’t.
        A sign of the end times.

    2. Documenting the Ice Age Gallows Humour...

      How Low Can You Go?
      Decline of American Empire

      1. Anthony

        How Low Can You Go

        Read up on the end of the Western Roman Empire(it could be the USA but not the Eastern part as that was in a warmer what is now Turkey)… and you realise there is nothing new under the sun…..including questions such as what is a women,,, lol

        1. Archivarius

          A prominent Italian historian has claimed that the Roman Empire collapsed because a “contagion of homosexuality and effeminacy” made it easy pickings for barbarian hordes, sparking a furious row.

          Colombians pervert their children with donkeys
          Fathers is areas of northern Colombia force their children to have sex with donkeys. Many gets addicted.

          … got that right… there is nothing new

        2. Archivarius

          Left and Right Dualism to Control the Narrative

  7. GeertVB

    De grote reset is dichtbij.
    Kijk, hier is het nog erger gesteld met energie en voedsel (en geld).
    Een paar voorbeelden nog ter aanvulling van uw greep uit het wereldnieuws;

    Op 15 mei 2022, te midden van de aanhoudende economische crisis, kozen Libanese kiezers een nieuw parlement. Wat zullen de gevolgen zijn van deze verkiezingen voor de inspanningen om de crisis in het land op te lossen? Het parlement is veranderd, maar de meerderheidscoalitie is niet duidelijk of er is geen gemakkelijke manier om een ​​regering te vormen. Door de ernstige economische ineenstorting zijn veel Libanezen meer afhankelijk van diverse subsidies en hulp. De levensstandaard is in het hele land sinds oktober 2019 sterk gedaald. Libanon is sterk afhankelijk van import. Door afnemende deviezenreserves kan de Libanese regering de brandstof- en andere subsidies niet meer betalen. Het elektriciteitsnet levert slechts twee uur elektriciteit per dag en veel huishoudens kunnen de torenhoge rekeningen van back-up dieselgeneratoren niet langer betalen.De Economische en Sociale Raad voor West-Azië van de VN schat dat meer dan 80 procent van de Libanese bevolking nu in extreme armoede leeft. Het vormen van een regering is waarschijnlijk complex en tijdrovend. Er gelden duidelijke procedures volgens de grondwet. De president benoemt in overleg met het parlement een nieuwe premier. De premier kiest vervolgens een nieuwe ministerraad of kabinet. De huidige regering, onder leiding van Najib Mikati, zal tijdelijk in functie blijven

    De distributie van rijst is nog steeds laag in de Syrische handelshallen in Homs, waar het niet meer dan 48% bedroeg, ondanks het verstrijken van meer dan drie maanden sinds de opening van de huidige distributiecyclus. , Muhammad Omran, geeft aan dat het lage distributiepercentage te wijten is aan het gebrek aan materiaal, maar er zijn beloften van de aankomst van voldoende hoeveelheden tijdens de huidige week om een ​​verhoging van het distributiepercentage aan de begunstigden mogelijk te maken,En het distributiepercentage van zonnebloemolie was niet beter, aangezien het niet meer dan 30% bedroeg, ondanks het behoud van de hoeveelheid van één pakket voor elke kaart, zoals het ministerie van Binnenlandse Handel eerder had beloofd dat de hoeveelheid zou worden verdubbeld voor elk gezin dat profiteert van de subsidie, en Omran wees erop dat er een contract is met oliefabrieken. In het gouvernement vindt de distributie plaats op basis van de binnenkomende hoeveelheden, eraan toevoegend dat ondanks de lage distributietarieven de situatie in het gouvernement Homs beter is dan in andere gouvernementen, vooral met betrekking tot gerantsoeneerde suiker, waarvan verwacht wordt dat het distributiepercentage binnen enkele dagen 100% zal bereiken, en in de loop van de week Het verleden heeft auto’s gestuurd om suiker rechtstreeks in de stad Rastan te distribueren vanwege de sluiting van de hal omdat er geen werknemers en fulltime werknemers om erin te werken, en er zijn pogingen om werknemers uit te zoeken om in de hal te werken. Het verleden was te wijten aan de hoge suikerprijs op de markt.En Omran gaf aan dat er voorbereidingen zijn voor de opening van een aantal nieuwe zalen de komende tijd, onder meer in Al-Sindiah, Soukra, Al-Rayyan en Safar.

  8. James

    This weather website is exaggerating the monthly average temperature which should correlate exactly (as they say) with the Met office figures:

    In checking the data, they have routinely done so for every month available. By 0.7 degrees above the MET so far this month. Check it out. I emailed them for an explanation but received no reply.

    Met check:

    June 18th MET: 14.91
    June 18th NETweather: 15.53

    May MET: 12.98 (already seems exaggerated
    May NETweather: 13.39

    April MET: 8.88
    April NETweather: 9.52

    Great Reset lies.

  9. George Vass

    Dear Cap, what is your opinion of Dane Wiginton at
    I refer to this interview,
    Your opinion would be greatly appreciated and I hope you have time to watch this and comment. Thank you.

  10. Anthony

    Cool here today in sunny Manchester…. Coats and jumpers to walk the dog….

    1. Archivarius

      In British English, the term jumper describes what is called a sweater in American English. But in American English…

  11. Ice Age Eugenics and Econo-Techno-Psycho-Biowarfare Now.Info

    Rule Of Law Is [Not] Dead [For the Walking Dead Cattle]- Black Pilled

    TPTB oligarch global[ist] ranchers are unaccountable within “their” rule of law because they’re TPTB. We’re living in a system that’s not as advertised where only the few non-zombie, non-oligarchs with enough smarts to recognize the real system and able to operate/function at the bleeding “risky grey” edge of it [while also understanding natural Electroversal cycles]… will likely be the few eugenically/”naturally selected” for extended playtime on their “chosen” pastures. Almost everything needed to understand the big picture has been present right here, right now especially in this current posting and also over these past few days/weeks/months of Electroverse posts. TPTB cannot/will not allow this level of access to information/communication to persist… think China now and during numerous previous GSMs/mini ice ages … because (((they))) are… and that’s where TPTB/ranchers are now herding the vast majority of the main herd… into the “corrals”… and then to the processors… because… Winter is Coming… again. graphene (7400 videos)

  12. David L

    I appreciate what you are portraying but “a low of 13.1C (55.6F) was logged at the Callao Airport”. That is a reasonably warm day here on the west coast of Ireland! Max yesterday was 14.4C 🙂

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