Are You Ready for the Real Climate Change?
By Rod Van Mechelen
While global warming alarmists divert our attention with wild claims about melting ice and coastal cities submerged under one or two inches of water, billions may starve as entire crops are lost to global cooling.
Government Money For Nothing
2017 Olympia, Wash. - Truckloads of government money have gone to prove you and you and all of you who are reading this are responsible for global warming climate change and, like in the movies, we have to sacrifice virgins to the volcano gods and weather gods to...oh, wait, sorry, wrong epoch. Correction: we have to sacrifice your standard of living to the climate gods and Al Gore to save the planet.
Except it's all a big lie and truth be told they expect billions of you to die within less than ten years.
The truth is that global warming stopped in 1998. The truth is that global cooling began in 2015. The truth is that at the very least within less than ten years we are likely to experience winters as cold as the one endured by George Washington and his troops during the Winter of 1777 at Valley Forge.
Climate Change Deniers
This is the real climate change happening right now. There are no climate change deniers. There are skeptics of claims about manmade global warming who sometimes in the heat of a debate or speech will spout off and say there is no such critter. And there are a few dunderheads who think that Twinkies, pocket poodles and soap operas are the work of the devil, and they truly believe there is no such thing as climate change. But obviously, just because they might be right about Twinkies, pocket poodles and soap operas doesn't mean they're not nuts. Climate change is real, it's been going on since, well, the beginning, and no sane person denies it.
Climate, like so many other things, is cyclic. Traditional cultures know that: all things follow cycles. Only western science tends to ignore that, viewing life and the world as following a straight line. But straight lines rarely happen in nature. We are everywhere surrounded by the cycles of life. So it should come as no surprise that climate changes in regular cycles. Those who use insults about climate change deniers do so to lump legitimate skeptics with holocaust deniers, divert attention from the global cooling that will kill you if you're not prepared, and silence those who would warn us about the cold that is coming.
But how can it kill you?
Many Deaths by Cold and Starvation v. Many More Deaths by Panic
First, it's important to understand that we're not talking about mountains of ice overtaking Manhattan. This is not the end of the world. No fire and brimstone coming down from the skies. No rivers and seas boiling. No forty years of darkness, dead rising from their graves, human sacrifices, dogs and cats living together or gigantic Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. But there could be mass hysteria due to food shortages caused by short growing seasons because Summer comes late and Winter comes early. This is about crops being destroyed by bad weather. And this is about food prices skyrocketing and people going hungry and millions of Americans starving for lack of food.
John Casey, former NASA scientist, White House advisor and author of Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell, says that inside sources assured him that President Barack Obama is aware that global cooling is imminent. But in a recent interview with TruNews, he generously speculated that the reason President Obama perpetuated the myth about manmade global warming is because he believes that if the people know what is coming then 80 percent or more of the population will die in the ensuing panic. While if the truth is hidden until the last possible moment, perhaps only 20 percent or 30 percent of the population will die from global cooling and the starvation and bone chilling winters it will bring.
Casey also warns that global cooling is accompanied by an increase in earthquake activity. Like global cooling, this is caused by the sun, although more indirectly. When the output of the sun wanes, it allows more cosmic rays into the solar system. Cosmic rays cause the increase in earthquakes, and Casey warns that the New Madras and San Andreas faults will be most at risk.
With this in mind, I wonder if the people who joined the Standing Rock to protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) would have spent their time better marching to demand that the federal government upgrade all existing oil pipelines to the same standard as the DAPL. Yes, as a classical liberal I'm generally opposed to such things, but when earthquakes begin to rip the New Madras Fault, it will not be the modern, new pipelines that poison the rivers, lakes, fields and forests, but the many old lines. And these quakes are coming soon, brought to you by the new grand solar minimum.
Rice and Beans and Vertical Farms?
So what can you do to prepare?
Stock up on food. Costco sells 20 lb bags of rice, beans and other staples. Stock up on canned meats. Given how the disaster at Fukushima continues to irradiate the Pacific, I'm reluctant to eat canned fish from the Pacific, but it's better than starving to death. Costco also sells canned beef and emergency rations with a long shelf life.
Consider green houses. Torrential rain is likely to be as big a problem as frosts that come in the Spring and Fall. Green houses can protect against both. Vertical farms, which employ hydroponics and aeroponics can house an entire farm in a relatively small building.
“Aeroponics is the process of growing plants in an air or mist environment without the use of soil or an aggregate medium (known as geoponics). The word "aeroponic" is derived from the Greek meanings of aer (???, "air") and ponos (?????, "labour"). Aeroponic culture differs from both conventional hydroponics, aquaponics, and in-vitro (plant tissue culture) growing. Unlike hydroponics, which uses a liquid nutrient solution as a growing medium and essential minerals to sustain plant growth; or aquaponics which uses water and fish waste, aeroponics is conducted without a growing medium.[not in citation given] It is sometimes considered a type of hydroponics, since water is used in aeroponics to transmit nutrients.” Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeroponics
What else you can do is to educate yourself. While the global warming alarmists try to make it sound like it will be the end of the world if the oceans rise by a couple of inches during the next 100 years, neither global warming nor global cooling are the end of the world. It's a cycle, it has happened before and, no matter what we do, it will happen again. Our ancestors survived, and so can we. You just need to know what to do and prepare yourself.
One place to start is with John Casey's outstanding books, Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell, which is about global cooling, and Upheaval!: Why Catastrophic Earthquakes Will Soon Strike the United States, which is about the coming earthquakes.
Another great source is David DuByne's Adapt 2030 YouTube Channel. I consider his Global Cooling Forecast 2020-2030 Global Famine | Mini Ice Age 2015-2035 video, from January 2016, to be must-watch. It gets a little esoteric in places, but it's packed with information you need to know about what's to come.
Rod Van Mechelen
Rod Van Mechelen is the author of What Everyone Should Know about Feminist Issues: The Male-Positive Perspective (the page now includes several articles by other authors), and the publisher of The Backlash! @ Backlash.com. He is a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe and served for 9-1/2 years on the Cowlitz Indian Tribal Council.