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Senior UK Banker Quits After “Nut Job” Climate Speech; The UN’s “Benefits Of World Hunger” Article Removed; + “Extreme” Wintry Weather Sweeps New Zealand

Senior UK Banker Quits After “Nut Job” Climate Speech

It’s unusual for bankers to garner any respect, but senior HSBC executive, Stuart Kirk, has earned at least a little this week after he accused the industry of exaggerating the financial risks of climate change, resigning as a result.

Kirk, HSBC’s global head of responsible investing, was reportedly suspended in May after he said in a speech: “There’s always some nut job telling me about the end of the world,” adding: “A cancel culture destroys wealth and progress”.

He said on Thursday that these views had made his position “unsustainable”.

Mr Kirk’s role, which was based in London, involved considering the impact of investments on environmental, social and governance issues, reports the BBC. In his resignation statement, he said he had “only ever tried to do the best for my clients and readers” in a “27-year unblemished record in finance, journalism and consulting”.

“Ironically given my job title, I have concluded that the bank’s behavior towards me since my speech at a Financial Times conference in May has made my position, well, unsustainable,” he said. “Funny old world.”

HSBC came under increasing pressure from the AGW Party and their ‘woke brigade’ of mindless activists to investigate Mr Kirk after he gave the presentation entitled “Why investors need not worry about climate risk” at a conference.

During the 15-minute address, Mr Kirk said climate change was “not a financial risk that we need to worry about,” as a slide behind him read: “Unsubstantiated, shrill, partisan, self-serving, apocalyptic warnings are always wrong”.

Of course, such thinking is barred from modern public discourse; in fact, straying from the line at all on any topic ends in punishment; whether your views jar with the propagandized wisdom re. vaccinations, BLM, or indeed ‘climate change’, the system will work to crush you, no matter how distinguished you are or, more importantly, how purely logical your stance is.

Mr Kirk said on Thursday that investing was “hard” and “so is saving our planet”.

“Opinions on both differ. But humanity’s best chance of success is open and honest debate. If companies believe in diversity and speaking up, they need to walk the talk. A cancel culture destroys wealth and progress,” he added.

“There is no place for virtue signalling in finance.”

No wonder they forced him out.

Unfortunately for them, however, Kirk is far from finished: “I will continue to prod with a sharp stick the nonsense, hypocrisy, sloppy logic and group-think inside the mainstream bubble of sustainable finance,” he said.

But HSBC don’t look set to accept to Kirk’s logic and wisdom anytime soon, with the bank’s group chief executive Noel Quinn saying in predictably cowardly fashion that he did not agree “at all” with Kirk’s remarks, adding “they are inconsistent with HSBC’s strategy and do not reflect the views of the senior leadership of HSBC or HSBC Asset Management”.

Pah… what a spinless puppet.


The UN’s”Benefits Of World Hunger” Article Removed

The United Nation’s 2008 op-ed, “The Benefits of World Hunger”, is now reading a ‘404 error’ after the governmental body scrubbed the article in which it was claimed world hunger was a necessary evil in the successful running of the world.

According to the article, penned by professor George Kent of the University of Hawaii, without the “threat of hunger” the global economy would cease to exist.

“How many of us would sell our services if it were not for the threat of hunger? More importantly, how many of us would sell our services so cheaply if it were not for the threat of hunger?” Kent wrote.

“When we sell our services cheaply, we enrich others, those who own the factories, the machines and the lands, and ultimately own the people who work for them. For those who depend on the availability of cheap labour, hunger is the foundation of their wealth.”


The now ‘vanished’ article (currently still available on ResearchGate) continues: “No one works harder than hungry people. Yes, people who are well nourished have greater capacity for productive physical activity, but well-nourished people are far less willing to do that work.”

Some are adamant that the article is satire, and that Kent is in truth deeply against hunger but is cleverly pointing out how the elites are cruelly benefiting from it — this is supported by Kent having written extensively on the issue of global hunger, including the book: “Freedom from Want: The Human Right to Adequate Food”.

But why was such a potentially trouble-making piece published by the UN?–a piece that turns much much darker as it goes on, too: Kent adds that those at the higher echelons of the system actually view food scarcity as an “asset,” claiming that efforts to end global hunger would actually be a catastrophe.

“For those of us at the high end of the social ladder, ending hunger globally would be a disaster. If there were no hunger in the world, who would plow the fields? Who would harvest our vegetables? Who would work in the rendering plants? Who would clean our toilets? We would have to produce our own food and clean our own toilets. No wonder people at the high end are not rushing to solve the hunger problem. For many of us, hunger is not a problem, but an asset.”

Whatever Kent’s exact ‘angle’ when writing the piece –whether straight or satirical– this is the menacing, twisted darkness that us normies are up against. Those at ‘the high end of the social ladder’ have all the wealth and all the power, and so are able bend ‘the system’ and, in turn, the sheeple whichever way they deem fit.

Frustratingly, it seems no matter how draconian or downright evil the top-down request may be, the compliant masses will always take it in their stride and dutifully ‘jump’ whenever asked: “take your fifth booster shot”, “pay your carbon tax”, “lockdowns!”, “climate change!”, “mask mandates!”, etc. … and so on … and so on … and on … and on … until death.


“Extreme” Wintry Weather Sweeps New Zealand

Heavy snow is blanketing swathes of New Zealand’s South Island today (Friday), as a meridional jet stream flow funnels Antarctic air over Australasia.

Snow in the Mackenzie Basin and Central Otago on Friday morning was so substantial that it closed schools and state highways.

It was snowing all night at Aoraki village, according to one resident, who said that continuous snow was falling into Friday, too. The resident added that there was at least 30cm (a foot) of snow on State Highway 80.

Along with closed schools and roads, Alpine Energy said there were also power widespread outages, particularly across inland South Canterbury.

State Highway 6 was closed due to fallen trees and heavy snow Friday morning.


More snow is on the way, according to MetService.

The agency has issued fresh snowfall warnings for Saturday afternoon and overnight, covering, among other places, Lewis Pass, Arthur’s Pass, Porters Pass, and Lindis Pass, where another 30+cm is forecast.

Flakes will settle down to elevations of just 300m (980ft), and below over the weekend.

Monday and Tuesday are also on course to deliver heavy rounds of low-level snow.

The forecast prompted MetService meteorologist Dan Corrigan to urge folk to be careful on the roads and avoid travel altogether wherever possible.


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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44 Thoughts to “Senior UK Banker Quits After “Nut Job” Climate Speech; The UN’s “Benefits Of World Hunger” Article Removed; + “Extreme” Wintry Weather Sweeps New Zealand”

  1. Albert Smits

    Hello,
    I always received emails from Electroverse and Cap Alon. I don’t receive from Cap Alon anymore. Is there a reason for that? I for sure Don’t want to lose contact.
    Thank you
    Albert

      1. Mark J

        I seem to have been blocked from commenting on articles. I can only reply to comments now. Is this because I challenged your statements? I don’t believe I have ever been offensive, although I do note that you’ve never once replied.

        Very hot in the UK at the moment by the way. Probably worth an article?

        1. Cap Allon

          There is no block — never has been, never will be — don’t be dramatic.

          1. Matt Dalby

            There does seem to be an occaisional glitch on this site. Every once in a while comments that I post don’t appear. Since this failiure happens immediately I try to post a comment it obviously isn’t censorship. If no-one else reports a similar problem it could just be my server, or poor connection as I use mobile broadband.

        2. Homo Erectus

          … imagining the glassy shark eyed fluoridated graphenated stare of a stunned recently awakened non-binary zombie having an LSD flashback/panic attack.

          The Net: The Unabomber, LSD and the Internet (Documentary)
          https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ss3jZKXMfxgQ/

  2. Ann Clarke

    Hi Cap
    thank you for your articles , they are always on the ball- what a world..,

    The UN article about food shortage by George Kent was dated June 2008!!
    It’s always been on the agenda!’

    thank you
    Ann

    1. Chris Norman

      Well I just read the whole thing on the link, and the author is correct. And the reason it has been taken down is because the UN is working with the elitists.

      1. Sometimes Too in Your Face During a Cull Isn't Too Good Either

        UN/WEF/WHO/Rothschilds/Gates/Buffet/Musk/Zuck/Turner [Georgia Guidestones Sponsor]/Epstein/House of Windsor/Vatican City of London Washington DC/Big Pharma/Med/MSM/Mil-Google/China/Russia/Billionaire-Trillionaire Oligarchs/Young Globalist Leaders ww/Bilderberg/Jesuits/Masons/Pilgrims Society et al are all attached at or about the hip(s).
        https://aim4truth.org/2019/08/07/the-pilgrims-society-enemy-of-humanity/
        http://nosilvernationalization.org/187.pdf
        https://wikispooks.com/wiki/The_Pilgrims_Society
        https://i1.wp.com/aim4truth.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/pilgrims-propaganda-1.jpg?resize=409%2C671&ssl=1
        https://i1.wp.com/aim4truth.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/pilgrims-target.jpg?resize=980%2C763&ssl=1

      2. Sometimes Too in Your Face During a Cull Isn't Too Good Either

        The warning/heads up had already served it’s purpose for the right demographic(s).

        UN/WEF/WHO/Rothschilds/Soros/Kissinger/Gates/Buffet/Musk/Zuck/Turner [Georgia Guidestones Sponsor]/Epstein/House of Windsor/Vatican City of London Washington DC/Big Pharma/Med/MSM/Mil-Google/China/Russia/Billionaire-Trillionaire Oligarchs/Young Globalist Leaders ww/Bilderberg/Jesuits/Masons/Pilgrims Society et al are all attached at or about the hip(s).
        https://aim4truth.org/2019/08/07/the-pilgrims-society-enemy-of-humanity/
        http://nosilvernationalization.org/187.pdf
        https://wikispooks.com/wiki/The_Pilgrims_Society
        https://i1.wp.com/aim4truth.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/pilgrims-propaganda-1.jpg?resize=409%2C671&ssl=1
        https://i1.wp.com/aim4truth.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/pilgrims-target.jpg?resize=980%2C763&ssl=1

        For the remnants [after the zombie apocalypse] these “elitist Good Club[bers]” may eventually all be revered as the “Good Guys”.
        https://www.globalresearch.ca/billionaire-club-in-bid-to-curb-overpopulation/13736

        They’re called the Good Club – and they want to save the world
        Paul Harris in New York reports on the small, elite group of billionaire philanthropists who met recently to discuss solving the planet’s problems
        Sun 31 May 2009 00.01 BST

        It is the most elite club in the world. Ordinary people need not apply. Indeed there is no way to ask to join. You simply have to be very, very rich and very, very generous. On a global scale.

        This is the Good Club, the name given to the tiny global elite of billionaire philanthropists who recently held their first and highly secretive meeting in the heart of New York City.

        The names of some of the members are familiar figures: Bill Gates, George Soros, Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, David Rockefeller and Ted Turner. But there are others, too, like business giants Eli and Edythe Broad, who are equally wealthy but less well known. All told, its members are worth $125bn.

        The meeting – called by Gates, Buffett and Rockefeller – was held in response to the global economic downturn and the numerous health and environmental crises that are plaguing the globe. It was, in some ways, a summit to save the world.

        No wonder that when news of the secret meeting leaked, via the seemingly unusual source of an Irish-American website, it sent shock waves through the worlds of philanthropy, development aid and even diplomacy. “It is really unprecedented. It is the first time a group of donors of this level of wealth has met like that behind closed doors in what is in essence a billionaires’ club,” said Ian Wilhelm, senior writer at the Chronicle of Philanthropy magazine.

        The existence of the Good Club has struck many as a two-edged sword. On one hand, they represent a new golden age of philanthropy, harking back to the early 20th century when the likes of Rockefeller, Vanderbilt and Carnegie became famous for their good works. Yet the reach and power of the Good Club are truly new. Its members control vast wealth – and with that wealth comes huge power that could reshape nations according to their will. Few doubt the good intentions of Gates and Winfrey and their kind. They have already improved the lives of millions of poor people across the developing world. But can the richest people on earth actually save the planet?

        The President’s House of Rockefeller University is on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The university’s private campus, full of lush green trees, lies behind guarded entrances and a metal fence. It overlooks the East River, only a few blocks away from the United Nations.

        It was here, at 3pm on 5 May, that the Good Club gathered. The university’s chancellor, Sir Paul Nurse, was out of town but, at the request of David Rockefeller, had allowed the club to meet at his plush official residence. The president’s house is frequently used for university events, but rarely can it have played host to such a powerful conclave. “The fact that they pulled this off, meeting in the middle of New York City, is just absolutely amazing,” said Niall O’Dowd, an Irish journalist who broke the story on the website irishcentral.com.

        For six hours, the assembled billionaires discussed the crises facing the world. Each was allowed to speak for 15 minutes. The topics focused on education, emergency relief, government reform, the expected depth of the economic crisis and global health issues such as overpopulation and disease. One of the themes was new ways to get ordinary people to donate small amounts to global issues. Sources say Gates was the most impressive speaker, while Turner was the most outspoken. “He tried to dominate, which I think annoyed some of the others,” said one source. Winfrey, meanwhile, was said to have been in a contemplative, listening mood.

        That the group should have met at all is indicative of the radical ways in which philanthropy has changed over the past two decades. The main force behind that change is Gates and his decision to donate almost all his fortune to bettering the world. Unlike the great philanthropists of former ages, Gates is young enough and active enough to take a full hands-on role in his philanthropy and craft it after his own ideas. That example has been followed by others, most notably Soros, Turner and Buffett. Indeed, this new form of philanthropy, where retired elite businessmen try to change the world, has even been dubbed “Billanthropy” after Gates. Another description is “philanthro-capitalism”.

        Yet the implications of the development of philanthro-capitalism are profound. It was fitting that the Good Club was meeting near the UN. The club members’ extreme wealth makes it as powerful as some of the nations with seats inside that august chamber.

        Proponents of philanthro-capitalism would argue that they are also more effective in doing good for ordinary people. Indeed the club’s members have given away about $70bn in the past 12 years. That is far beyond what many individual countries can afford to do with their own social policies and aid budgets.

        “They have assets that rival the social spending budgets of many countries,” said Professor Paul Schervish, director of Boston College’s Centre on Wealth and Philanthropy.

        There is little doubt that members of the Good Club have done amazing work. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, with a current endowment of more than $30bn, is the biggest philanthropic organisation ever. Just one of its projects, the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation, is estimated by the WHO to have prevented 3.4 million deaths in just eight years.

        The Soros Foundation has done valuable work setting up democratic institutions and independent media across the former Soviet bloc. These titans of philanthropy have also started a trend among the slightly less wealthy. While Gates’s and Soros’s efforts bestride the world, major philanthropists have emerged in specific regions like India or Latin America funding their own pet ideas and projects. Gayle Peterson, co-founder of Headwaters Group Philanthropic Services, recently gave advice to a businessman who wanted to set up a foundation to give away $280m annually in south-east Asia. “He told us: I want to be just like Bill Gates,” she said.

        But there is a potential downside to the growth of these “über donors”, especially if the whims of individuals start to take precedence over the expertise of professionals.

        The strange truth is that giving away billions of dollars is difficult and fraught with risk. There can be waste, mismanagement and poor investment. At the same time it can actually do harm. “If you are putting enormous amounts of money into a community that can’t cope with it, then you can implode that community,” Peterson said.

        Others are even more outspoken at the growing dominance of a tiny handful of billionaires in the development sector. “The problem with any Good Club is that all the people might not be ‘good’. Or at least not ‘good’ in universal definitions,” said Louise Uwacu, the Rwandan-born founder of the Canadian education charity Positivision.

        There is also the issue of accountability. Even the most repressive of national governments is on some level beholden to its own people, or has the capacity to change and reform under popular pressure. But who votes for the Good Club?

        Such sceptical sentiments might spring from the Good Club’s decision to meet in such secrecy in New York. In many ways that was understandable. All its members are sensitive about privacy because of their unique mixes of fame and wealth. The covert nature of the discussion also allowed them to speak freely about sensitive issues. “I think they just wanted to be able to be candid. The secrecy allowed that,” said Wilhelm.

        But some people are crying conspiracy. The cloak-and-dagger aspect of the meeting has prompted some to accuse the Good Club of being a sort of Bilderberg Group for philanthropy, with an equally nefarious agenda of global power politics. That idea has particular power on the Christian right of America, which has reacted angrily to the idea that the club discussed birth control and overpopulation. Experts in the philanthropy field think that this negative image can be countered by more openness for future Good Club meetings.

        “If they do hold more meetings, and every indication is that they will, I think people would want them to be more public. After all, they can make decisions that affect millions of peoples’ lives,” said Wilhelm.

        That is true. If the members of the Good Club wish to wield their undoubted power, they may have to get used to the idea of doing it more openly.
        The American tradition of great donors

        Bill Gates
        The co-founder of Microsoft is the biggest philanthropist the world has ever seen. Through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,he controls more than $30bn in assets – not bad for a computer geek from Seattle. Often ranked as the world’s richest man, he has donated virtually his entire fortune to philanthropy, focusing on combating diseases in the developing world.

        Henry Ford
        As well as being the father of the US car industry and the inventor of the modern production line, Ford has been a major force in philanthropy. He made a vast fortune and left virtually all of it to the Ford Foundation, which by 2007 had more than $13bn in assets.

        George Soros
        Hungarian-born Soros is a hugely successful US currency speculator and financier. But he is also well known for his philanthropic works. Focusing on political democratisation and creating an independent media, he has funded projects mainly in the former Soviet republics. A political liberal, he is also a funder of the Centre for American Progress.

        Andrew Carnegie
        This Scottish-born American industrialist made a huge fortune in steel and industry at the end of the 19th century. He devoted the rest of his life to philanthropy, especially education, founding libraries, museums and universities in Britain and America. He wrote of the responsibilities of the wealthy in two books, Triumphant Democracy and the Gospel of Wealth.

        John D Rockefeller
        The man whose name became a byword for unimaginable wealth made his
        fortune in oil. Often regarded as the richest person in history, Rockefeller spent the last 40 years of his life in effective retirement, setting up various foundations and funding philanthropic causes. His special interests were in the fields of science and medicine.
        © 2022 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. (modern)
        https://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/may/31/new-york-billionaire-philanthropists

        1. Deb

          The Bible says that in the end times, good will be called evil and evil will be called good.

      3. Sometimes Too in Your Face During a Cull Isn't Too Good Either

        The Golden billion
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_billion

        Billionaire club in bid to curb overpopulation
        By Global Research, May 25, 2009
        https://www.globalresearch.ca/billionaire-club-in-bid-to-curb-overpopulation/13736

        They’re called the Good Club – and they want to save the world
        Paul Harris in New York reports on the small, elite group of billionaire philanthropists who met recently to discuss solving the planet’s problems
        Sun 31 May 2009
        It is the most elite club in the world. Ordinary people need not apply. Indeed there is no way to ask to join. You simply have to be
        very, very rich and very, very generous. On a global scale.
        This is the Good Club, the name given to the tiny global elite of billionaire philanthropists who recently held their first and highly
        secretive meeting in the heart of New York City.
        The names of some of the members are familiar figures: Bill Gates, George Soros, Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, David Rockefeller
        and Ted Turner. But there are others, too, like business giants Eli and Edythe Broad, who are equally wealthy but less well known. All
        told, its members are worth $125bn.
        The meeting – called by Gates, Buffett and Rockefeller – was held in response to the global economic downturn and the numerous
        health and environmental crises that are plaguing the globe. It was, in some ways, a summit to save the world.
        https://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/may/31/new-york-billionaire-philanthropists

  3. John Salter

    I also am not receiving Electroverse emails as well as Cap’s since June 29th/22.

    1. Timmy

      This might be the fix Salty John. Cheers.
      https://www.patreon.com/electroverse

      1. Chris Norman.

        I would not be surprised to learn that patreon is screwing Cap Allon down. $50,000 a year is is some incentive to toe the line. And they are ruthless, having sacked many concerative commentators.
        I have read good things about the platform “wordpress”.

  4. Dirk Pitt

    The electrical power provider company in this area is still working on repairing and cleaning up on Highway 101 from the severe winter storm here late last December and January. A fifty mile stretch of 101 ‘ere was closed for five days due to downed trees, power poles and lines from snow and freezing rain. My power was out, woodstove on. The power company is still replacing poles along 101 and has to close a lane to do so. They restring lines if needed and clean up tree debris still left from the storm in the closed off section. Talk about job security, it will probably happen again this winter as there is still a solid tree canopy along 101 and it’s probably going to snow.

    1. Deb

      In my area they are diliget to trim/ remove trees that may fall in the winter.

  5. Sarah

    It seems to me that Kent, like Kirk in your other article, is simply speaking uncomfortable truth. Kent is just describing reality as it is. Kent is not morally justifying hunger; he is explaining why hunger is essentially ineradicable given current circumstances. His paper is ‘straight’, not satire, but neither is he condoning hunger, any more than he is condoning slavery in the same paper. I think he gives a clear overview of how hunger is ‘useful’ to Mr Global.
    The article reminded me of a similar example: child sexual exploitation is another enduring global horror that is given lip-service as a ‘scourge’ that ought to be eradicated – while those that COULD eradicate it in fact are far more likely to actively enable it, because it serves their purposes and because they literally do not care or perhaps actively enjoy inflicting harm on the vulnerable.
    Kent, like Kirk, is simply calling out this disturbing reality. The people running this show DO NOT have a moral problem with harming others, whether adults, children, animals, ecosystems … people like Gates, Ghislaine Maxwell, Prince Charles etc fundamentally are not distressed by the pain of others.

    1. Dallas Schneider

      As for the statement “well-nourished people are far less willing to do that work.” I never found a willingness to work connected with the level of food intake. Willingness to work is the Only true wealth we have. It depends more on the purpose of the work. Food can make a difference in capacity to work. It begs the question “Live to eat, or eat to live?” Different workers on the same job can have different purposes that effect their willingness to work. One be working for the Friday paycheck blowout at the bar, the other contemplating he is building a Taj Mahal, a beautiful construction he can say he participated in. This could very well effect their response to an order by the boss, “Get the cement ready to pour!” One gets up lazily, the other jumps to move it along!

      1. Chris Norman.

        You have clearly never been constantly hungry.

      2. FGP

        Regardless of each individual’s reason for work, the fact that payment for work is in the form of ‘money’ created by a few out of thin air (ie, fiat ‘money’), makes anyone working for this ‘money’ a slave (to those who create this ‘money’).

        World conditions would assuredly be better today if sound money was in use still. People need to understand the monetary system in order to understand why the world is in the condition that it’s in today.

  6. Deb

    Always strange to read about abnormal weather events in other places. Here in Missouri, if anything, it is more “normal” this summer. Very hot, very humid, yet short on rain and the grass is turning brown in places, like it used to do regularly every summer where not watered.

    For the last 5-10 years, I have not had to water outside containers but a couple times a summer, and the grass stayed green til it froze in the fall. So, this “normal” summer is an anomaly. Who knows what next year will bring. But that, too, is normal for Missouri.

    1. Buffalo Bill

      Heck in Missouri I’d bet that it’s likely that you’d even be considered “normal”… like a Big Rock (glacial erratic) in the middle of the prairies.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Rock_(glacial_erratic)

      1. Deb

        Lol!
        Actually, I was considered more “normal” in Las Vegas, where anything goes.

        Here in the staid, unimaginative Midwest, I’m a bit of an eccentric-like “Okotok”.

        1. Deb

          PS I’m not really THAT big!

          Btw: I woke up in a rotten mood yesterday for no discernable reason, and I had been in such a good mood the day before. Now I’m questioning whether or not I’m bipolar. Thanks a lot! (I’ll git you for that, sooner or later, lol!)

          1. Buffalo Bill

            … or whether indecision is or isn’t your problem.

          2. Deb

            You know me so well.

  7. Doktor Seltsame Liebe - fyi

    Looks like Tony Heller might be reading Electroverse comments in real time as well.

    Satire Or Globalist Policy?
    Posted on July 7, 2022 by tonyheller
    This 2008 satire <[Tony's saying this UN paper was satire – I think that he may still be somewhat "semi "establishment controlled opposition" even though he re-posted Sarah's comment above] from the United Nations seems to be a pretty accurate description of how governments operate.

    “For those of us at the high end of the social ladder, ending hunger globally would be a disaster. If there were no hunger in the world, who would plow the fields? Who would harvest our vegetables? Who would work in the rendering plants? Who would clean our toilets? We would have to produce our own food and clean our own toilets. No wonder people at the high end are not rushing to solve the hunger problem. For many of us, hunger is not a problem, but an asset.”
    https://realclimatescience.com/2022/07/satire-or-globalist-policy/

    1. Sarah

      Thanks for heads up, Herr Doktor! 🙂

  8. Greg in NZ

    Yes it’s snowing & freezing down in the South Island (it’s July, mid-winter after all) while up here in the Far North it’s a semi-tropical 20C with 90% humidity.

    That old devil, carbon dioxide, can do anything… scientists say.

    1. Al

      Blame NZ cold on that horse mouth Ardern, the most grating accent in the world out of her gob. She will be promoting heart attacks caused by snow instead of her death needle.

  9. Ice Age Bioelectric Technocracy Control-Eugenics Now.info

    La Quinta Columna – Covid is 5g [The INVISIBLE RAINBOW] and graphene – July 8th, 2022
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/SVHtIDgEAOxn/

    Cellphone repair expert Says 5G Phones Are A Fraud [but not the massive/mega towers/and transmitters] Look At The Video and [the multiple high power electrical conduits going up into them] and Decide
    https://rense.com/general96/5G-fraud.php

    The INVISIBLE RAINBOW
    A History of Electricity and Life
    Arthur Firstenberg.pdf [full book with download link]
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Fx0YJIcn1KsKoyseh9T9O-Celeqa_E8S/view
    https://doc-0o-7o-docs.googleusercontent.com/docs/securesc/tsoihgamvn64p7u3fhl9i0ta83e93as0/f51l6ugaaleucjghnvap9el5r6ci0g7n/1657461900000/15221313741584136679/01952510375712781797Z/1Fx0YJIcn1KsKoyseh9T9O-Celeqa_E8S?e=download&uuid=62e4afc6-1437-4049-8b6b-be730e4fd993

    The Invisible Rainbow – History and Effects of Electromagnetism | Arthur Firstenberg
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/m5kkvHxMaGPa/

  10. Ice Age Bioelectric Technocracy Control-Eugenics Now.info

    The Shocking Truth About the Global Depopulation Agenda – Mercola
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2022/07/10/global-depopulation-agenda.aspx

    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2022/07/10/is-coronavirus-a-biological-weapon.aspx

    The Masses are begging to be treated indifferently so screening:
    Soylent Green (1973) – Takes place in 2022 (Interesting choice of years) How did they know?
    https://www.brighteon.com/5047ebb4-0abe-43db-ad24-dfd2905de8cd

    … was a predictive programming infodocumentary like…

    THE NEWS-BENDERS [60 years ahead]
    https://www.brighteon.com/0e4d4854-6440-4554-882d-5cb1c7242c9c

    La Quinta Columna – Covid is 5g [The INVISIBLE RAINBOW] and graphene – July 8th, 2022
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/SVHtIDgEAOxn/

    Cellphone repair expert Says 5G Phones Are A Fraud [but not the massive/mega towers/and transmitters] Look At The Video and [the multiple high power electrical conduits going up into them] and Decide
    https://rense.com/general96/5G-fraud.php

    The INVISIBLE RAINBOW
    A History of Electricity and Life
    Arthur Firstenberg.pdf [full book with download link]
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Fx0YJIcn1KsKoyseh9T9O-Celeqa_E8S/view
    https://doc-0o-7o-docs.googleusercontent.com/docs/securesc/tsoihgamvn64p7u3fhl9i0ta83e93as0/f51l6ugaaleucjghnvap9el5r6ci0g7n/1657461900000/15221313741584136679/01952510375712781797Z/1Fx0YJIcn1KsKoyseh9T9O-Celeqa_E8S?e=download&uuid=62e4afc6-1437-4049-8b6b-be730e4fd993

    The Invisible Rainbow – History and Effects of Electromagnetism | Arthur Firstenberg
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/m5kkvHxMaGPa/

    … so if all the reasons for the “why now” were factored in like right here, right now… the Electroverse would have it pretty much packaged up in a one stop shop or nutshell so to speak. Electricity thrills, and electricity kills. We’re in a very small club. Cheers.
    https://www.oftwominds.com/photos2021/cartoon-profit.png

  11. Homo Erectus

    To fight climate change, say academics, UK must ban meat, halt all new construction, close all airports
    … with an Electroversity header type pic
    https://www.naturalnews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/91/2022/07/Climate-Change.jpg

    Friday, July 08, 2022
    https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-07-08-climate-change-academics-ban-meat-construction-airports.html

    Transgender drag queen to head up the Department of Energy illustrates systemic problem of trans puppets ww – July 10, 2022
    Transgender and drag queen fetishes seem to be a hallmark of the Biden regime, which is packing every department it can with males pretending to be females, females pretending to be males, and everything in between.
    https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-07-10-biden-transgender-drag-queen-trans-privilege.html
    https://odysee.com/@realityquest:5
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0KtsTybqH1HG_Ewyg_Q2Q

  12. Doktor Seltsame Liebe

    Deliberate dumbing down of western society – Dec 28, 2015

    Dr. Russel Blaylock tells about the deliberate dumbing down of western societies for the NWO

    Paul Connett, Ph.D., cofounder of and scientific adviser for the Fluoride Action Network (FAN), provides an annual status update for 2022
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2022/07/10/2022-fluoride-action-update.aspx

    1. Deb

      It’s working.

  13. Sarah

    I’m just going to add in this comment I posted on Tony Heller’s site, in relation to the George Kent paper. I think it needs to be part of the mix as we work out what’s going on and why they haven’t released Ghislaine Maxwell’s client list:
    The only other professor I happen to be aware of from University of Hawaii (other than George Kent) was Dr Alayne Yates (died 2021) who wrote the book Se x Without Shame, published 1978 and still available on Amazon today, in which she wrote about attending births, as a psychiatrist, and encouraging parents, especially mothers, to play with their baby’s parts, from birth onwards, with graphic written descriptions of toddlers etc. It is literally as bizarre and sick and abusive as it sounds. And she remained a respected professional until her death and had nice obituaries written about her. Not climate science or world hunger, no, but a piece within the jigsaw of why the world is not how we expect it to be, and an example of abuse thriving in plain sight.
    George Kent takes the common trope that everyone sees hunger as a ‘scourge’ and he deconstructs that for us. Similarly child sexual abuse is commonly assumed to be universally recognised as wrong and harmful. Not so. Those ‘higher up the social ladder’ have little problem with it. Understanding that, it then becomes easier to understand why our world is so messed up, and how it is that abuse, lies and harm proliferate.

    1. Ed[Mr]

      … or maybe Alayne Yates was just a satirist too?

      1. Ed[Mr]

        Maybe I shouldn’t have been putting “professional satirist and conspiracy analyst” on my resumes all those years ago… coulda maybe got more carrots, eh?

        1. Deb

          Mr. Ed-

          Just because you CAN talk doesn’t mean you SHOULD.

  14. Doktor Seltsame Liebe

    Deliberate dumbing down of western society – Dec 28, 2015
    Dr. Russel Blaylock tells about the deliberate dumbing down of western societies for the NWO

    Paul Connett, Ph.D., cofounder of and scientific adviser for the Fluoride Action Network (FAN), provides an annual status update for 2022

    Dr. Joseph Mercola:
    Okay, so close to 1 milligram, so it’s 4- to 5-point reduction. The reason I say that is because there’s evidence now from the pandemic and to social isolation that was done on the children that you won’t believe, I don’t know if you’ve seen this data, but they reduced IQ by 20 points, 20 points.
    Paul Connett: 20 IQ points?
    Dr. Joseph Mercola: 20 IQ points.
    Paul Connett: For what now?
    Dr. Joseph Mercola: For the social isolation as a result of the lockdowns and everything that were implemented for COVID-19 restrictions.
    Paul Connett: Yeah, that’s amazing.
    Dr. Joseph Mercola: Yeah, you compound that with fluoride, it’s not good. You’re looking at 25 points. I mean, you’re going from genius to normal or from normal to essentially an imbecile. It’s crazy.
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2022/07/10/2022-fluoride-action-update.aspx
    https://mercola.fileburst.com/PDF/ExpertInterviewTranscripts/DrMercola-PaulConnett-2022FluorideActionNetworkUpdate.pdf

  15. LocoLogos

    It took the Russian war in Ukraine to expose the scam of “green” energy
    https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-07-10-russian-war-ukraine-exposed-scam-green-energy.html

    Canada exempts Russian gas turbine from sanctions amid Europe energy crisis
    https://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/en/news-page/world/canada-exempts-russian-gas-turbine-from-sanctions-amid-europe-energy-crisis

    (((They))) only want controlled population reduction in Europe/ww not the total [à la Sri Lanka] destruction of all the infrastructure… just yet.
    Situation Update, July 10, 2022 – Sri Lanka government COLLAPSES; Germany faces energy catastrophe
    https://www.brighteon.com/a3c38d5e-45df-49a5-8a6c-1f1171a2400e

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