Man-Made Wildfires By Viv Forbes

(22/01/2019)      Carbon dioxide must be an almighty gas – it gets blamed for almost every human disaster. Now we have the alarmist Climate Council blaming bushfires on carbon dioxide and global warming. Focussing on the wrong problem is doing more harm than good. It is disappointing to see respected firefighters like Greg Mullins now blaming “climate change” for more and worse bushfires, and now even promoting the misguided Climate Council. We have heat waves, dry spells and bushfires in Australia every year - bushfires were burning all up the coast when Captain Cook sailed by in 1770.  But today we know what causes dangerous fires. It needs deliberate political mismanagement to create disastrous wild-fires which destroy everything - houses, sheds, fences, wildlife and mature trees.

     A good wet season can result in nature building up a dangerously large fuel load. In the past this was usually removed safely by many small fires lit by lightning strikes, aboriginals, graziers or foresters. Today massive fuels loads are too often allowed to accumulate for more than one season in forests, reserves, parks and around suburbs. Then one match or spark on a windy day can produce massive fires. Today’s stupid green policies that discourage and prohibit burning-off, encourage the accumulation of bushfire fuel and exclude grazing animals from large areas of parks and reserves are making uncontrollable wildfires more common.

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Are Chimps Super-Strong? By Brian Simpson

     It is holiday season, and time to take a breathe from exploring the conspiracy to destroy the white race, and focus on more fun things, like chimps. Are they super-strong? Super-cute, but are chimps incredible Hulks? Sure, chimps on a bad day have been known to tear of people’s faces, but …

“Chimpanzees do have stronger muscles than us – but they are not nearly as powerful as many people think. “There’s this idea out there that chimpanzees are superhuman strong,” says Matthew O’Neill at the University of Arizona in Phoenix. Yet his team’s experiments and computer models show that a chimpanzee muscle is only about a third stronger than a human one of the same size. This result matches well with the few tests that have been done, which suggest that when it comes to pulling and jumping, chimps are about 1.5 times as strong as humans relative to their body mass. But because they are lighter than the average person, humans can actually outperform them in absolute terms, say O’Neill. His findings suggest that other apes have similar muscle strength to chimpanzees. “Humans are the odd ones,” he says.”

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China’s Electromagnetic Rail guns By James Reed

     I have been reporting for some months on the frightening military advances made by Russia, but China is competing in the scary stakes, now having almost science fiction weapons, mounted and ready to roll:

“The Type 072II Yuting-class tank landing ship Haiyangshan has set sail for possible testing in the open ocean.  The navy warship is equipped with what appears to be an electromagnetic railgun. According to Science Alert, the weapon mounted on the warship was seen along the Yangtze River at the Wuchang Shipyard in Wuhan earlier this year. According to a separate report by Task & Purpose, the latest photos of the test bed ship, which appeared on social media a few days ago, show the ship mounted with the suspected railgun on the vessel as it roams the high seas. China’s futuristic electromagnetic railgun may already be the most powerful cannon to ever roam the high seas and is ahead of schedule. New photos appear to show the railgun perched on the bow of its test ship at sea. Chinese media outlets, such as the state-affiliated Global Times, revealed in March that nearly two months after the first pictures of what was dubbed the “Yangtze River Monster” showed up online, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy is “making notable achievements on advanced weapons, including sea tests of electromagnetic railguns.”

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The Aryan Conquest of Ancient India? By Brian Simpson

     What are now defined as fringe works, described the ancient Aryans, a Nordic sub-race of the white race, as they called themselves, and were described, moving in great waves, conquering country after country, but ultimately fading away, as their people mixed genes with the locals. Look, let’s ask the Indians about this, as reported in an article, “How Genetics is Settling the Aryan Migration Debate”:

“New DNA evidence is solving the most fought-over question in Indian history. And you will be surprised at how sure-footed the answer is, writes Tony Joseph. The thorniest, most fought-over question in Indian history is slowly but surely getting answered: did Indo-European language speakers, who called themselves Aryans, stream into India sometime around 2,000 BC – 1,500 BC when the Indus Valley civilisation came to an end, bringing with them Sanskrit and a distinctive set of cultural practices? Genetic research based on an avalanche of new DNA evidence is making scientists around the world converge on an unambiguous answer: yes, they did. This may come as a surprise to many — and a shock to some — because the dominant narrative in recent years has been that genetics research had thoroughly disproved the Aryan migration theory. This interpretation was always a bit of a stretch as anyone who read the nuanced scientific papers in the original knew. But now it has broken apart altogether under a flood of new data on Y-chromosomes (or chromosomes that are transmitted through the male parental line, from father to son).

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The Racism of Plants! By Brian Simpson

     Take in the 1970s when I was either in high school or university/teacher’s college, there was a popular book entitled, The Secret Life of Plants. I never got to read it, but the theme was that plants were not mere messes of chemicals, but higher life forms. That view, now seems to be getting some support, with the case to be made that plants may favour their own kind, and thus be, what the new regime calls, “racists”:

“For people, and many other animals, family matters. Consider how many jobs go to relatives. Or how an ant will ruthlessly attack intruder ants but rescue injured, closely related nestmates. There are good evolutionary reasons to aid relatives, after all. Now, it seems, family feelings may stir in plants as well. A Canadian biologist planted the seed of the idea more than a decade ago, but many plant biologists regarded it as heretical—plants lack the nervous systems that enable animals to recognize kin, so how can they know their relatives? But with a series of recent findings, the notion that plants really do care for their most genetically close peers—in a quiet, plant-y way—is taking root. Some species constrain how far their roots spread, others change how many flowers they produce, and a few tilt or shift their leaves to minimize shading of neighboring plants, favoring related individuals.

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Is This the Biblical Apocalypse? If So, We have Front Row Seats! By James Reed

     Here is an insightful article discussing various “signs” which are now occurring that should give any thinking person pause, to well, to think. Plagues of locusts, that sure is Biblical, and things like the shifting of the Earth’s magnetic field, must have a divine sign, if my geological theology serves me well.

“A massive swarm of locusts plagued Mecca, Saudi Arabia, earlier this week, prompting authorities at Islam’s holiest site to launch a cleaning operation to remove them. Videos posted to social media showed the insects swarming around cleaners and worshipers in the city’s Grand Mosque, where millions of Muslim pilgrims congregate every year. “Specialized teams have been directed to work in the fight to eliminate these insects,” authorities in Mecca said, according to the Al-Araby Al-Jadeed news site. “We have harnessed all efforts available to speed up the eradication of the insects in the interest of the safety and comfort of guests of God’s house,” the authorities said.”

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Water on Mars: The Great NASA Cover Up? By Brian Simpson

     I previously covered the story about water being “discovered” on the moon, but here is an earlier story that I forgot to write about sooner, about water being discovered on Mars, and how there is a conspiracy angle to the story, which immediately causes my shell-like ears to prick up:

“After years of denial, NASA finally admitted in 2015 that “liquid water flows intermittently on present-day Mars.” NASA said at the time: “It took multiple spacecraft over several years to solve this mystery, and now we know there is liquid water on the surface of this cold, desert planet.” It will be interesting to see what remarks they make about the discovery of a persistent body of water on Mars – if they even acknowledge it at all. Experts say the new findings should put the debate over the presence of liquid water on Mars to rest for good. It’s something that Natural News has been talking about for many years, with Mike Adams commenting in articles and interviews about NASA’s politically motivated cover-up of the existence of water and life on Mars. Natural News has written about the discovery of microbial life on the planet in 1976 with the NASA Viking lander, something the agency scrambled to explain away by calling the instrument’s integrity into question. Nevertheless, onboard gas chromatography backed up the findings – although that was covered up, too.”

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Will North Korea Wipe Out All of Humanity? By James Reed

     North Korea has moved beyond the nuclear holocaust stuff, which I admit gets a bit boring, and upped the ante, to going for biochemical weapons, a whole new level of terror:

“North Korea’s biochemical weapons capabilities may be even more dangerous than its nuclear missile program with weapons that could “wipe out all of humanity,” the conservative South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo reported Thursday, citing the New York Times. The revelations were reportedly in a study by the Middlebury Institute of International Studies published in December, suggesting that disarming its illegal nuclear program would not end the threat North Korea poses to the world, and that biological weapons may pose a more challenging one than nuclear bombs. “A single gallon of anthrax, if suitably distributed, could end human life on Earth,” the New York Times noted. “Even so, the Trump administration has given scant attention to North Korea’s pursuit of living weapons — a threat that analysts describe as more immediate than its nuclear arms, which Pyongyang and Washington have been discussing for more than six months.”

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Globalisation 4.0 By James Reed

     Are you ready for globalisation 4.0? Most people are probably still trying to get their heads around globalism 1.0 itself, let alone the next levels of destruction of our world.

“World leaders and business elites gathered on Tuesday in Davos to discuss globalization 4.0, a buzzword that means a new wave of globalization in a digital world. More than 3,000 participants braved the winter chills and icy roads to the snow-covered Swiss resort for the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting, a leading platform for global economic affairs. More than 60 heads of state or government, 40 international organization heads and 1,700 business leaders will attend this year's event that runs through Friday, themed Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Addressing the opening ceremony, WEF Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab said participants at the meeting will have to look at all the global challenges and shape the future of the world over the next four days.

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Collapse is Already Here By Paul Walker

     Writers here, usually at the end of an agony piece worrying about some enormous problem that is being neglected, wave their hands and mention collapse, be it the West, the World, or even the universe. Yet, a case has been made that collapse is already occurring, and is a process of decay, rather than a catastrophic event, like the collapse of a bridge. “Decay,” is probably a better word to describe the nature of the fall of the West;

“Collapse is already here. However, unlike Hollywood's vision, the early stages of collapse cause people to cling even tighter to the status quo. Instead of panic in the streets, we simply see more of the same -- as those in power do all they can to remain so, while the majority of the public attempts to ignore the growing problems for as long as it possibly can. For both the elite and the majority, their entire world view and their personal sense of self depends on things not crumbling all around them, so they remain willfully blind to any evidence to the contrary. When faced with the predicaments we warn about here at, getting an early start on prudently shifting your own personal situation is of vital strategic and tactical importance. Tens of thousands of our readers already have taken wise steps in their lives to position themselves resiliently. But most of the majority won't get started until it’s entirely too late to make any difference at all. Which is sad but perhaps unavoidable, given human nature. If everybody around you is saying “Everything is awesome!” it can take a long time to determine for yourself that things in fact aren't:

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Why It's A Bad idea to Hike in the Near-Nude? By John Steele

     Recently there have been many Darwinist stories about people, often young women doing high risk activities, such as backpacking through dangerous lands, and, sadly, not surviving. Modern civilisation, which has made people into the equivalent of battery hens, leaves them at the mercy of nature and predators, when they are let out of their urban consumerist cages. Consider the story of the bikini hiker:

“Gigi Wu, a Taiwanese internet star famous for hiking mountains, has been found dead after falling into a gorge 30 meters deep (100 feet), the island's state media reported. Wu, 36, fell from Taiwan's Jupen Mountain on Saturday and was found on Monday. Capt. Chang Ching-piao of the Nantou County Government Fire Station told CNN that Wu called a friend for assistance after the fall, but was unable to move due to injuries to her lower body. Because of the late time of day, six rescuers from the fire department began the search the following morning. A helicopter was deployed in the search, but was unable to land where Wu fell. Wu's body was found at midday Monday. "Her body is still there and we will send the helicopter tomorrow again to fetch the body," Chang said. Her cause of death has not yet been determined, though Chang speculated she may have died of hypothermia. Wu gained fame by posting pictures of herself in a bikini atop mountains after she reached the summit. The stunt started after Wu lost a bet to a friend a few years ago, Taiwan's Central News Agency (CNA) reported. In a four-year span, she had completed 100 hikes and worn at least 97 bikinis over the past four years. She accumulated some 14,000 followers on Facebook, CNA reported, though the page has now been converted into a memorial. Users have posted condolence messages on her final post.”

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Green Energy Vandals By Viv Forbes

     For decades now we have watched green energy dreamers destroy Australia’s backbone industries. Their incessant attacks on hydro-carbon energy have vandalised our electricity grid, damaged heavy industry, bloated power costs and made blackouts inevitable. The last coal-fired power station built in Eastern Australia, the small Kogan Creek generator in Queensland, is now 12 years old. We should be building new coal-fired power stations on established coalfields near existing transmission lines. However Green worshippers prefer to scar the hills with wind towers, plaster the flatlands with solar panels, and waste money on spider-webs of new roads, transmission towers and power lines. Then when it becomes obvious that this ramshackle system will not produce reliable energy, they waste even more money on humungous lithium batteries, energy-wasting hydro pumped-storage, thumping diesel engines and “load shedding” (pc language for “power rationing”). Parroting tired and discredited climate alarm theories, they oppose any expansion of coal exploration, mining or power generation. They also impede gas exploration, timber-getting and fishing, and continually attack the grazing industries. No industry has escaped their lethal green shackles.  Who will rid us of these yokes?

Beware the Yellow Vests, Green Shirts and Steel-Capped Boots By Viv Forbes

     For decades now we have watched Green-ants destroy Australia’s backbone industries. Their incessant attacks on hydro-carbon energy have vandalised our electricity grid, destroyed heavy industry, inflated power costs and made blackouts inevitable. The last coal-fired power station built in Eastern Australia, the small Kogan Creek generator in Queensland, is now 12 years old. It is urgent that we build new coal-fired power on established coalfields with nearby transmission lines.

     However, Green dreamers posing as power engineers, their media lapdogs and spineless MP’s support scarring the hills with wind towers, plastering the flatlands with solar panels, and wasting billions on spider-webs of new roads, transmission towers and power lines. Then when it becomes obvious that this ramshackle system will not produce reliable energy, they waste even more money on humungous lithium batteries, energy-wasting pumped storage, thumping diesel engines and power rationing (PC shorthand for rolling blackouts).

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Is There a Plot to Exterminate the Human Race? By James Reed

     Talk about a radical conspiracy theory, which I love. No UFOs or lizard people, just good old fashioned extermination of the human race stuff:

“Now we come to the end game for humanity. This is it, folks: They have a plan to collapse global food production, kill off over 90% of the human race, devastate natural ecosystems and pollute the Earth’s atmosphere… and it’s all being sold to you under the banner of “environmentalism.” The scheme is called “global dimming,” and it’s a dangerous geoengineering plot to spray billions of tons of smog into the atmosphere so that pollution levels would block sunlight and halt global warming. This is literally what the mad environmental scientists are now proposing — the very same people who have, for years, claimed that “chemtrails” are a conspiracy theory and don’t exist. Now, all of a sudden, they want to chemtrail the entire planet in order to “save” us all from global warming. …

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What is Wrong with Arnie (Schwarzensplatter)? By James Reed

     Wow, just wow, how libtard can one get? With his film career a shadow of the past, once Big Arnie is now crying about climate change, hoping that the libtards will love him more:

“Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wishes he could travel back in time like the cyborg he played in “The Terminator” so he could stop fossil fuels from being used. “If we would’ve never started in that direction and used other technology, we’d be much better off,” the actor and former California governor said Monday at the start of a U.N. climate conference in Poland. “

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Absurdities Beyond Anti-Racism By James Reed

     Racism is all about generally white, and primarily Northern European people doing things that globalists don’t like. But the anti-discrimination discrimination ideology does not stop there, but goes down all the way to animals, maybe plants, and perhaps even what we take to be inanimate objects, which, according to the philosophy of panpsychism, have a mental aspect to them. So maybe even subatomic particles have moral rights?

“Panpsychism is the view that mentality is fundamental and ubiquitous in the natural world. The view has a long and venerable history in philosophical traditions of both East and West, and has recently enjoyed a revival in analytic philosophy. For its proponents panpsychism offers an attractive middle way between physicalism on the one hand and dualism on the other. The worry with dualism—the view that mind and matter are fundamentally different kinds of thing—is that it leaves us with a radically disunified picture of nature, and the deep difficulty of understanding how mind and brain interact. And whilst physicalism offers a simple and unified vision of the world, this is arguably at the cost of being unable to give a satisfactory account of the emergence of human and animal consciousness. Panpsychism, strange as it may sound on first hearing, promises a satisfying account of the human mind within a unified conception of nature. …

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The UN Climate Conference is a Climate Catastrophe! By James Reed

     Yes, it is the holiday season, a time of love and joy,  but I have come to hate the hypocrisy of these UN climate types. As one wit has put it: “Nothing says Imminent Climate catastrophe quite like 28,000 United Nations affiliated people flying into Poland, spewing millions of litres of aviation fuel into the atmosphere to attend the UN climate conference, to convince the world there is an imminent climate catastrophe.”

     So, we have, according to the UN only 12 years until climatic doomsday, but the UN itself admits that this conference will have a carbon footprint of 55,000 tons of CO2, taking 6 million trees 20 years to offset. If these false-environmental prophets, sorry, profits, fools really do think that the planet is hurtling towards disaster, then it is because of socialists like that. The ordinary people, who keep close to the ground have low carbon impacts, but they are the ones the jet-setting elites point there claws at. Disgusting!

When Socialists Rule By Chris Knight

     When the real hard-core socialist parliamentarians rule, what can we expect? Well, in the US, which is a test case for what is coming our way, we are seeing the thought processes embodied in the likes of Hispanic millennial congress woman, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. For example, in response to Donald Trump junior making fun of the enormous number of gaffes that she has made, she responded:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

I have noticed that Junior here has a habit of posting nonsense about me whenever the Mueller investigation heats up. Please, keep it coming Jr - it’s definitely a “very, very large brain” idea to troll a member of a body that will have subpoena power in a month.

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East Africa, the Cradle of Humanity? By Brian Simpson

     This does not exactly nail the “out of Africa” ideology, but is does sink the East Africa is the cradle of civilisation myth, and that is welcome:

“Archaeologists in Algeria have discovered stone tools and cut animal bones that may be up to 2.4 million years old, bringing into question East Africa’s title as the cradle of humanity, according to research published Thursday in the journal Science. The artifacts — more ancient than those discovered in the region until now — were found in Setif, some 200 miles (300 kilometres) east of Algiers, by a team of international researchers, including Algerians. The tools closely resemble those called Oldowan, found until now mainly in East Africa. The tools were unearthed near dozens of fossilised animal bones which contained cut marks, as if relics of prehistoric butchers. The bones came from animals including the ancestors of crocodiles, elephants and hippopotamuses.

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Australia should COP-OUT of COP-24 By Viv Forbes

     PM Morrison should make no new commitments at the COP24 climate-fest starting next week in Poland. We do not trust what politicians and officials are doing behind closed doors far from home. Nothing of benefit to Australian consumers, tax payers or business will come out of COP24. It will just extend the UN’s war on our cheap, reliable hydro-carbon fuels and the backbone industries that rely on them – primary industries, transport, processing and manufacturing. Australia is particularly vulnerable with no nuclear power, no geothermal power and limited hydropower. This war on reliable hydro-carbon fuels and the promotion of unreliable wind and solar power will increasingly deny our industries and consumers cheap reliable power. There is no justification for the War on carbon dioxide – there is no proof that CO2 drives global temperature and it is a delusion to believe that Earth’s climate can be tweaked by erecting windmills or putting taxes on carbon dioxide. COP24 will descend into a grab for cash, and Australia is one of the fat pullets they plan to pluck.

“Believing carbon dioxide is the planet’s climate control knob is pretty close to believing in magic.”
– Dr Richard Lindzen

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