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Weather weapons are targeting human infrastructure, aiming for Extinction Level Event (ELE) via mass famine and collapse

Weather weapons are targeting human infrastructure, aiming for Extinction Level Event (ELE) via mass famine and collapse

– Hurricane Ian was weaponized -The storm took offline 50% of North America’s phosphate fertilizer production – Supply chain disruptions mean REBUILDING Florida will take years – Black mold is about to start growing in all the water-saturated buildings and homes (Natural News) Today’s Situation Update podcast covers the weaponization of weather systems to target human infrastructure. It is over two hours in length and features interviews with Dane Wigington (see below) as well as a first responder on the…

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Hurricane Ian is connected to an Atlantic atmospheric river

Hurricane Ian is connected to an Atlantic atmospheric river

Margo has said to me that NASA Worldview (which was offline yesterday) is back. “If you look at it, you can see that Hurricane Ian is connected to an atmospheric river that stretches up along the North American coast  and all the way across the Atlantic, almost to Ireland and Norway. I have not seen anything like it before” Meanwhile, Down Under we are forgetting what the sun looks like as we get day after day, week after week of…

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Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian: Massive Destruction, Sanibel Causeway Destroyed, ‘100’s Fatalities;’ Wind Speeds…? From Dane Wigington CONTROLLING HURRICANE IAN? ‘Looks Like Atom Bomb Dropped’: Hurricane Ian Levels Neighborhoods In Southwest Florida Update (1342ET):  One resident told Tampa Bay Times, “it looks like somebody took an atom bomb and dropped it,” referring to the widespread damage across Southwest Florida following the devastating hurricane that made landfall about 24 hours ago near Fort Myers as a Cat. 4 storm.  The footage is absolutely shocking. Ft Myers Beach is effectively…

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From Australia and New Zealand

From Australia and New Zealand

La Nina weather event likely to hit for the third time in a row Australians can expect another summer of rain and floods as a ‘rare’ weather event is predicted to smash the country. Australians hoping to avoid another wet spring and summer have been delivered a blow after the United Nations’ weather agency forecast the La Nina weather phenomenon will likely last until at least the end of the year. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) advised on Wednesday that…

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Extreme heat & drought in China: Yangtze River runs dry

Extreme heat & drought in China: Yangtze River runs dry

Do you really think China is going to rule the world? Yangtze River Drought :Lowest Water Level in 157 Years | High Temperature | Power Outages For the past few days, about half of China’s land area has experienced the strongest and longest high temperature weather in history, with the temperature in many places continuing to exceed 40°C. Beibei in Chongqing has a high temperature as high as 45°C, constantly breaking the historical record. According to information from China Weather…

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Maitai river bursts banks, over 300 evacuated as heavy rain lashes Nelson for third day

Maitai river bursts banks, over 300 evacuated as heavy rain lashes Nelson for third day

They mention but never talk about snow melt in the Alps – in winter. They keep silent about the glaciers The Maitai river has burst its banks again – as heavy rain lashes Nelson for the third day. More than 300 households were evacuated from the area on Wednesday, and many of the residents still haven’t been able to return.  Meanwhile, Buller’s Civil Defence Controller says the region has dodged a bullet, coming through three days of orange and red heavy…

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Abrupt changes in the weather round the world

Abrupt changes in the weather round the world

This is London, not Africa Drone video shows how drought has dried out pitches on London’s famous Hackney Marshes THE UNITED STATES “Worst I’ve Ever Seen”: Cotton Prices Soar After Historic USDA Cut Amid Megadrought US cotton prices continued to surge above the boom days of 2010-11 after a massive crop estimate cut by the USDA, shocking Wall Street analysts and traders, due primarily to a megadrought scorching farmland of Texas, according to Bloomberg.  Futures in New York for December delivery were up 4.5%…

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European drought highlights dangers for electricity supplies

European drought highlights dangers for electricity supplies

BBC: Armageddon – ‘Domino’ from drought to Europe’s power generation and energy efficiency Major problem in nuclear power plants Where water is used, the production of electricity is reduced and already the drop exceeds 20%, according to the BBC, which recalls that while the drought is threatening the rivers Rhine and Thames equally, the problem is developing like a domino in hydroelectric plants and nuclear plants of Europe. Italy gets about 1/5 of its power from hydroelectric plants, but this…

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Extreme weather in Europe

Extreme weather in Europe

“Nothing Left In Pipes”: French Towns Rely on Water Truck Deliveries For Survival Severe drought conditions affect about 60% of the EU, and in France, dozens of municipalities have run out of water and relied on a fleet of trucks hauling fresh water for survival.  At least 100 towns and villages have run out of fresh water. The French government has stepped in to support these drought-stricken areas.  French environment minister Christophe Bechu said in dozens of municipalities, “there is…

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