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Is The Global-Warming Hustle Finally Falling Apart?..meanwhile China manufactures all those needed widgets for Global Warming

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Is The Global-Warming Hustle Finally Falling Apart?December 7 2016 | From: JonRappoport

(Al Gore stuffed $98 million into his lockbox while "saving the world") ..meanwhile China manufactures all those needed widgets for Global Warming 

“When you see a problem defined as ‘a threat to all humans’, you can be sure Globalists are using that fake or real problem to impose control on all humans.” (The Underground. Jon Rappoport) 

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With the election of Donald Trump, climate change and global warming have come back into the spotlight. In a different way.

“The science is settled” isn’t good enough now.
Neither is the Globalist plan to cut energy production in every country in the world, in order to “rescue us from frying.”

LA Times:

“Donald Trump will be about the only head of state who does not believe in climate science or the responsibility of his government to act,” said Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club…”
But all along, there have been dissenters from the manmade warming mantra; they just haven’t been allowed inside government portals.

Freeman Dyson, physicist and mathematician, professor emeritus at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study, Fellow of the Royal Society, winner of the Lorentz Medal, the Max Planck Medal, the Fermi Award:

“What has happened in the past 10 years is that the discrepancies [in climate change models] between what’s observed and what’s predicted have become much stronger.

It’s clear now the models are wrong, but it wasn’t so clear 10 years ago… I’m 100 per cent Democrat myself, and I like Obama. But he took the wrong side on this [climate change] issue, and the Republicans took the right side…”
- The Register, October 11, 2015
Dr. Ivar Giaever, Nobel-prize winner in Physics (1973), reported by Climate Depot, July 8, 2015:

“Global warming is a non-problem…I say this to Obama: Excuse me, Mr. President, but you’re wrong. Dead wrong.”
Green Guru James Lovelock, who once predicted imminent destruction of the planet via global warming:

“The computer models just weren’t reliable. In fact, I’m not sure the whole thing isn’t crazy, this climate change.” 

- The Guardian, September 30, 2016
And these are but a tiny fraction of the statements made by dissident scientists who reject manmade global warming.
The science is only settled in government circles where leaders have climbed on board the Globalist plan to undermine economies all over the world by grossly lowering energy production, as a way to “reduce warming.”

One of the major warming hustlers is, of course, Al Gore.
Consider facts laid out in an uncritical Washington Post story (October 10, 2012, “Al Gore has thrived as a green-tech investor”):
In 2001, Al was worth less than $2 million. By 2012, it was estimated he’d locked up a nice neat $100 million.
How did he do it? Well, he invested in 14 green companies, who inhaled - via loans, grants and tax relief - somewhere in the neighborhood of $2.5 billion from the Federal government to go greener.
Therefore, Gore’s investments paid off, because the Federal government was providing massive cash backup to those companies. It’s nice to have Federal friends in high places.

For example, Gore’s investment firm at one point held 4.2 million shares of an outfit called Iberdrola Renovables, which was building 20 wind farms across the United States.
Iberdrola was blessed with $1.5 billion from the Federal government for the work which, by its own admission, saved its corporate financial bacon. Every little bit helps.
Then there was a company called Johnson Controls. It made batteries, including those for electric cars. Gore’s investment company, Generation Investment Management (GIM), doubled its holdings in Johnson Controls in 2008, when shares cost as little $9 a share. GIM sold when shares cost $21 to $26 - before the market for electric-car batteries fell on its head.
For a while, the going was good. To make it go good, Johnson Controls had been bolstered by $299 million dropped at its doorstep by the administration of President Barack Obama.

On the side, Gore had been giving speeches on the end of life as we know it on planet Earth, for as much as $175,000 a pop. (It isn’t really on the side. Gore was constantly on the move from conference to conference, spewing jet fumes in his wake.) Those lecture fees can add up.
So Gore, as of 2012, had $100 million.
The man has worked every angle to parlay fear of global-warming catastrophes into a humdinger of a personal fortune. And he didn’t achieve his new status in the free market. The Federal government has been helping out with major, major bucks.
This wasn’t an entrepreneur relying exclusively on his own smarts and hard work. Far from it.

- How many scientists and other PhDs have been just saying no to the theory of manmade global warming?
A letter to The Wall Street Journal signed by 16 scientists just said no. Among the luminaries: William Happer, professor of physics at Princeton University; Richard Lindzen, professor of atmospheric sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; William Kininmonth, former head of climate research at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology.
And then there was the Global Warming Petition Project, or the Oregon Petition, that just said no. According to, the petition has the signatures of “31,487 American scientists,” of which 9,029 stated they had Ph.D.s.
Global warming is one of the Rockefeller Globalists’ chief issues. 

Manipulating it entails convincing populations that a massive intervention is necessary to stave off the imminent collapse of all life on Earth. Therefore, sovereign nations must be eradicated. Political power and decision-making must flow from above, from “those who are wiser.”
Al Gore is one of their front men. He jets here and he jets there, carrying their messages. He’s their delivery kid.

And for his work, he is paid $100 million - a drop in the bucket.
A final note about the “science” of global warming -
A hypothesis is a provisional statement that remains to be confirmed through experiments. Confirmation means making a correct prediction. Not just any prediction, but a useful one.
Take this hypothesis: The Earth has become warmer by X degrees over the past 1000 years.
Putting all the chatter aside, have scientists deployed this hypothesis to make accurate, specific, and useful predictions about warming?
So far, the answer is no.
That eliminates, for the time being, the acceptance of the warming hypothesis. Many predictions have been made, many alarm bells have been rung, many dire warnings have been issued, many threats have been launched…but no correct and useful predictions.
However, scientists will say their (rejected) hypothesis is also a statement of fact. That is, it is a summary of a warming trend derived from thousands of measurements of temperatures, now and in the past, on land, sea, and air.
Scientists will also claim their investigation reveals humans have directly and significantly contributed to a recent warming trend.
At this point, we are leaving the method of hypothesizing and predicting, and moving to a debate about the accuracy of all those temperature measurements and the causes of any actual climate changes.

Among scientists, there is a great deal of disagreement about the accuracy of the measurements. Any fair examination of studies and their critics will reveal that.
In this regard, the science is not settled. Far from it.
So: useless as a hypothesis, the assertion of manmade warming, as fact, is wide open to debate. To say the least.

Yet... based on this non-proof, Globalists want all national governments on the planet to commit to lowering energy production by a significant and destructive percentage in the next 15 years - “to save us from a horrible fate.”
Their real agenda is clear:

“The only solution to climate change is a global energy-management network. We (the Globalist leaders) are in the best position to manage such a system. We will allocate mandated energy-use levels throughout planet Earth, region by region, nation by nation, and eventually, citizen by citizen.”
Yes, citizen by citizen.
This is the long-term goal. This is the Globalists’ Holy Grail. Slavery imposed through energy. 

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George Brandis considers new laws cracking down on Chinese spying in Australia

George Brandis considers new laws 

cracking down on Chinese spying in Australia

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Attorney General George Brandis is planning a once-in-a-generation shake-up of the legal framework governing who can lawfully influence Australian politicians, amid  clandestine Chinese Communist Party influence over politics in this country.
Mr Brandis flew to Washington in July, shortly after a series of Fairfax Media reports on the issue of foreign interference, and was briefed by US national security officials about introducing US style "foreign agent" laws into Australia.Government to rewrite laws on spying, interference
Fairfax Media has also confirmed that Mr Brandis has been given detailed intelligence briefings that suggest Chinese Communist Party-affiliated lobbyists and business people have sought to exert influence in local, state and federal governments, and with ex-politicians in Australia.
Mr Brandis intends to bring laws similar to the Foreign Agents Registration Act to Parliament by November, as part of broader legislation to target the "sub-espionage" level of foreign interference. This includes individuals covertly lobbying, infiltrating or donating to political parties on behalf of foreign governments.
The US legislation requires people working for, or lobbying on behalf of, foreign powers in a "political or quasi-political capacity" to publicly disclose their relationship or risk civil or criminal penalties.
The Brandis reforms may involve new foreign interference offences, the modernising of treason offences to remove "archaic language," and a new offence dealing with the theft of trade secrets on behalf of a foreign power. It may also create a publicly available Foreign Agents register, modelled on the US system, and new offences to protect confidential government information.
The legislation will spell out some protection for journalists who receive confidential information. Soon after being introduced, the laws will be referred to Parliament's powerful Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence and Security for examination.
The laws will complement a promised ban on political donations from overseas nationals, although the details of the ban are yet to be unveiled.
The government believes there are a range of covert activities taking place in Australia, which do not amount to espionage or spying but which are a form of interference in the Australian political process.
Three Chinese Australians involved with a Chinese Communist Party-aligned lobby group, the Australian Council for the Promotion of the Peaceful Reunification of China, recently contested NSW council elections, while a Chinese businessman has sought to develop ties to senior former defence officials via sponsorship of a think tank.
Leaked parliamentary library briefing papers describe this businessman's deep involvement in the CCP's United Front Work Department. The department is a unique lobbying agency reinvigorated under the leadership of President Xi Jinping to increase Beijing's influence abroad.
The papers also document the risks facing Australia's education sector, noting how initiatives such as the "Torch" program, which links Australian universities with Chinese companies and China's technology ministry, have triggered concerns about "Chinese companies [co-opting] ... Australian research" and "diverse security challenges to Australian high tech industries".
Australian intelligence agencies have been frustrated about their inability to prosecute or deter those involved in such activities under laws designed to deal with traditional Cold War style espionage. Australian laws are also ill equipped to deal with foreign government-sponsored cyber crime.
The Australian military communications spy agency, the Defence Signals Directorate, has since 2013 been running an operation code-named "Sparta ... to counter Chinese theft of sensitive business information and proprietary technology".
Separately, ASIO is tracking foreign interference by China's United Front Work Department, sections of the Peoples' Liberation Army, and, the Ministry of State Security.
The Australian agencies' operations have not led to any prosecutions.
Mr Brandis travelled to Washington to be briefed by the US Justice Department on that country's anti-foreign interference regime in July. His trip came shortly after Fairfax Media and Four Corners exposed concerns held by ASIO about foreign interference by CCP-aligned political donors, the targeting of Chinese Australians who are critical of Beijing, influence operations in universities and the Chinese language media, and inadequate laws to counter the problem.
But the issue extends beyond weak laws. National security insiders have for several years been deeply concerned about the willful or reckless blindness about the issue among some serving and former politicians and within government agencies, universities and media organisations.
Labor MP Michael Danby, who has been outspoken about the issue, said the "strategic pattern of donations in Australia with Beijing's purchase ... [and] the funding of faux pro-China think-tanks" is evidence of "Beijing's wish to interfere in Australian foreign policy".
However, former foreign minister Bob Carr and ex-ambassador Geoff Raby have labelled concerns around interference from Beijing as disproportionate, unfounded or sensationalist.
The Attorney General's pending legislative overhaul is likely to alarm civil libertarians, as it will include new offences to protect confidential government information against leaks such as those involving Edward Snowden or Chelsea Manning.
Senior national security officials say recent media exposes of efforts by the CCP to exert influence have placed a welcome spotlight on the problem, although countering it remains a challenge for some Australian institutions.
Universities, which rely on overseas students to provide a critical revenue stream, are facing increasing scrutiny over partnerships with Chinese state-linked enterprises, along with sporadic attacks on academic independence by nationalist Chinese students or government-aligned student societies.
Former DFAT chief Peter Varghese, who was among the first senior ex-officials to warn of Beijing's interference, and who is now Chancellor at Queensland University, said the university sector should "hold true to the principle of academic freedom and challenge ideas that curtail that".
"Clearly some overseas students see it as their role to reflect a national position rather than contested ideas of debate. I wouldn't call it a sizeable problem as yet, but where it appears it needs to be addressed."
The role on Australian university campuses of Chinese Students and Scholars Associations, which are closely monitored by Chinese diplomats, has also been noted by Australian officials amid concerns that students or academics seen to diverge with Beijing's interests are targeted or isolated by pro-Beijing students.
"All governments have a consulate interest in their students. You must draw a distinction between what is a consulate concern and the content of courses," Mr Varghese said.
The legislative overhaul to be introduced by Mr Brandis will make it easier for ASIO and police to prosecute people involved in obtaining confidential information without authorisation, be it from the private sector or government.
The suspected theft of classified information was highlighted by a recent case involving an ASIO raid on the Canberra property of Chinese born Australian Sheri Yan, a lobbyist suspected by ASIO of links to Chinese intelligence services.
During the raid, ASIO discovered classified Australian documents on Chinese spying that Ms Yan's husband, former senior Australian intelligence official Roger Uren, had allegedly removed from the Office of National Assessments when he quit the agency in 2002 to work for a Hong Kong media company. Federal police are awaiting legal advice about whether to charge Mr Uren.

Bombshell report claims NZ leaders ‘in denial’ over Chinese influence

Bombshell report claims NZ leaders ‘in denial’ over Chinese influence

  • The Australian

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The author of a bombshell study of China’s infiltration of public life in New Zealand warns that the nation’s political leaders are “in denial” about the threat.
Professor Anne-Marie Brady’s report, “Magic Weapons: China’s political influence activities under Xi Jinping”, lifts the lid on efforts by China to woo opinion-shapers in New Zealand by cultivating business links with ex-politicians and donating to political parties.
It details how National Party MP Jian Yang taught Chinese spies English during a 15-year career in the People’s Liberation Army, before he emigrated and entered New Zealand politics. Mr Yang has labelled the spy claims defamatory.
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Professor Brady identified possible military applications for near-space balloons tested on dairy farms owned by Chinese conglomerate Shanghai-Penxin, whose bid for the Kidman cattle empire in northern Australia was blocked by Treasurer Scott Morrison on national-interest grounds.
Speaking from Washington, Professor Brady said New Zealand was not taking the exercise of “soft power” by Beijing as seriously as Australia.
Prime Minister Bill English said there was “no obvious” sign of inappropriate conduct by the Chinese, while Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern said she was interested in Australia’s response, and could take up the issue after tomorrow’s general election in New Zealand.
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“Your government was taking this issue very seriously before ours,” Professor Brady said. “The public response from our politicians has been somewhat disappointing. I know there is an election campaign, so probably they are in damage-control mode. But the big difference is the parties in Australia have recognised that China’s influence activities are a serious threat and have a bipartisan agreement to deal with them.”
Malcolm Turnbull in June ordered a review of laws covering espionage and foreign interference in Australia’s political processes following reports that ASIO had warned both the ALP and the Liberal Party against accepting donations from two property billionaires with concerning links to the Chinese Community Party.
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Professor Brady said Chinese-language media in New Zealand already toed the line set be Beijing while The New Zealand Herald had a content-sharing deal with a local Chinese-language paper serviced by Chinese government news service Xinhua.

A “cone of silence” existed about the extent of the Chinese penetration of New Zealand politics, she said.

Earthquake in North Korea Sparks Worry in China

Earthquake in North Korea Sparks Worry in China

North Korea’s missile and nuclear tests in recent months have set the Chinese public’s nerves on edge. On September 23, the China Earthquake Administration (CEA) detected a earthquake in North Korea and called it “a suspected explosion.” The suspicion immediately agitated the Chinese public, as Chinese media and numerous netizens suspected that North Korea had just conducted a new nuclear test. Although CEA later announced that the tremor was a natural occurrence, the Chinese public remains notably worried about potential nuclear pollution.
Around 5:00 p.m. on September 23, CEA announced both on its website and through its Weibo account that it had detected a suspected explosion equal to a 3.4 earthquake in North Korea at 4:29 p.m., with the focal depth of about 0 km. It also noted: “The epicenter is about 70 kilometers from the capital of the northwest district of Hamgyong, about 390 kilometers from Pyongyang.” Located near the same place where North Korea had conducted its sixth nuclear test on September 3.
The information posted on Weibo immediately attracted more than 16,000 views and thousands of comments. Many of the comments condemned North Korea and asked the Chinese government to protect its citizens — particularly the people living close to the North Korean border — in a more constructive way.
At 10:50 p.m., CEA once again posted on its Weibo claiming that the quake was not a nuclear detonation but a natural occurrence. CEA said the conclusion was based on various data — including data collected from North Korea’s previous nuclear tests — analyzed by experts from multiple departments.
However, the announcement didn’t fully dispel people’s concerns, as a number of netizens doubted the credibility of CEA’s new confirmation.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences had to publish a report with detailed data analysis, further demonstrating that the incident was “obviously not an explosion.”  Meanwhile, numerous agencies worldwide, such as South Korea’s presidential office and the Comprehensive Nuclear–Test–Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), announced similar conclusions that the tremor was a natural occurrence. The international consensus somewhat calmed the Chinese public.
However, as the tremor took place in the same location where North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test, many believe that the latest quake, even if it was natural, may have been caused by geological stress or landslides resulting from the recent nuclear explosion. Thus the new quake could still trigger serious nuclear pollution from the testing site. Thus, Chinese netizens continue to urge their government to keep monitoring for potential nuclear radiation. As The Diplomat reported earlier, China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection launched the “nuclear radiation environment related contingency plans” immediately after North Korea’s sixth nuclear test, and claimed that the test didn’t affect China’s environment and public.

Friday, September 22, 2017

RCMP launch 20 investigations involving Chinese vendors smuggling fentanyl to Canada

RCMP launch 20 investigations involving Chinese vendors smuggling fentanyl to Canada

An OPP officer displays bags containing fentanyl as Ontario Provincial Police host a news conference in Vaughan, Ont., on February 23, 2017. The RCMP has launched at least 20 investigations involving dozens of vendors shipping fentanyl from China as Canada grapples with a record number of illicit opioid deaths, the force's director of serious organized crime says.
An OPP officer displays bags containing fentanyl as Ontario Provincial Police host a news conference in Vaughan, Ont., on February 23, 2017. The RCMP has launched at least 20 investigations involving dozens of vendors shipping fentanyl from China as Canada grapples with a record number of illicit opioid deaths, the force's director of serious organized crime says.
RCMP have launched at least 20 investigations involving 70 vendors shipping fentanyl directly from China to Canada.
Mounties are working with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) to seize packages of the deadly opioid, make arrests and lay charges.
The Mounties and CBSA, along with Canada Post, have worked together to identify the best way to flag parcels arriving from China at three international mail-sorting centres — Montreal, Mississauga, Ont., and Vancouver, which gets most of the mail going to destinations across the country.
The CBSA says 156 fentanyl seizures have been made across the country between June 2016 and Sept. 6 of this year, 83 of them in the Pacific region.
“While most fentanyl seizures are made at the Vancouver International Mail Centre in the Pacific region, it is important to note that fentanyl has been seized at Pacific region’s air cargo operations and in other modes and regions,” the CBSA said in an email. coverage of the fentanyl crisis

Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer said Monday that fentanyl is “a huge concern and we’re working closely with all our partners to combat it.”
“This is a national issue, and quite frankly, an international issue. We’re seeing it come through the airport. Vancouver has become a bit of a hub. Traditionally, we are a big heroin city so we do have a lot of heroin users in this city.
“Vancouver started out as the epicentre. Now we’re seeing it creeping out across the country, it’s heading east. Interestingly, in the United States, the experience is a bit different where it started on the east coast and it’s heading west.”
Officers have met with Chinese officials twice so far about the issue.
Pressure on China over fentanyl shipments, mostly from Canada and the United States, mounted to a point that in March, it banned the manufacture and sale of four variations of the synthetic drug.
“In order for them to keep their status with different organizations … they need to show the world that they are actually doing the best they can to tackle organized crime and illegal narcotics trafficking,” Sgt. Yves Goupil, RCMP’s director of serious organized crime, said.
As of the end of July, 876 people in B.C. have died of drug overdoses this year, 81 per cent of those deaths involved fentanyl.