More evidence that weather data is manipulated to support the Climate Change Hoax…
This video needs to go viral. The Climage Change crowd needs to be exposed for the frauds that they are, and this video leaves litle doubut.
Josh Sigurdson sits down with Lord Christopher Monckton to talk about anthropogenic “global warming” and who benefits from this massive scam.
The state has been given people’s money on a golden platter as they scare collective herds into being extorted and regulated to stop global warming, using the fear of the very flexible weather to bring the populace into complete servitude.
Lord Monckton has again and again debunked the 97% consensus and has peer reviewed studies with some of the world’s top authorities on climate and science to back them.
In this video he breaks down the latest information he’s uncovered, the growing fascist extortion racket bringing massive profit to banks and oil companies in the name of “saving the world”, the taxation forcing people to choose between heating their homes and feeding their families in the winter and the lack of objective, sceptical research in the field.
This is a must see interview! Lord Monckton certainly doesn’t leave room for many questions, he certainly loves to talk, but his insight is incredibly valuable!
Jessy Martin’s neighbours in Gatineau, Quebec have been hit hardby flooding, often running out of sandbags. He gives Heather Hiscox abrief tour of his surroundings and shows us the extent of the damage. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4104021.
This isn’t good.
Krystyn Tully, the vice-president and co-founder of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, said the heavy rain has pushed sewage into lakes, creeks and rivers. Bacteria levels are currently 300 times higher than provincial standards for swimmers.
Flooding in Central Canada and Upstate New York / Lower Great Lakes Ontario Quebec Toronto Montreal
High water levels in the lower Great Lakes watershed have led to flooding and flood warnings in Central Canada (Ontario and Quebec) and Upstate New York in late April and early May 2017.
The Great Lakes watershed in the eastern part of North America, along the border between the United States and Canada. The watershed is made up of a series of big lakes (Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario) and some rivers (Ottawa, Saguenay, etc.) that flow into the Atlantic Ocean through the St. Lawrence River and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The water from the lakes flow into each other. Lake Superior and Michigan flow into Huron, which flows into Erie, which flows into Lake Ontario (through the Niagara River and the Niagara Falls).
Water levels have been unusually high in Lake Ontario, and on the Ottawa and St. Lawrence rivers for the last few weeks. This has been partly because of lots of water flowing from upstream. Lots of rain in southern Ontario has contributed to the problem. In 2013 Toronto and other parts of southern Ontario suffered flooding because of heavy rain. This year (2017) there hasn’t been as much rain falling in a short period of time. But there has been a lot of rain over a few days, leaving soil saturated, so that the additional rain runs straight into rivers and creeks. This water then flows into Lake Ontario, the Ottawa River and the St. Lawrence River, contributing to high water and flooding near to the banks of the lake and the rivers.
High water levels and waves in Lake Ontario have caused flooding in parts of Upstate New York, and southern Ontario, including in Hamilton, on the Toronto Islands, and in Downtown Toronto. There has also been flooding on the Ottawa River, near to Ottawa (Canada’s capital) and its suburbs of Hull and Gatineau. There has also been flooding on the St. Lawrence River in Canada’s second biggest city, Montreal, in the province of Quebec. Authorities have been using sandbags to try to stop the water. In Toronto the rain has led to the cancellation of flights at Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, and a swollen Don River has threatened to overflow onto the Don Valley Parkway highway and GO Train rail lines.
Friday’s geomagnetic storms wreaked havoc with large, poorly-shielded/insulated (above ground) portions of the power grid. This is exactly what was predicted for heightened sunspot activity during Y2K and 2012. It seems quite ironic that it took a 450-year cycle involving the solar minimum and nearby outer planets pulling the earth out of its normal orbit to bring about such chaos. Now would be a good time to roll-out free energy devices, to get people off-grid ASAP.
More information: ZeroHedge.