"Fear is a very foolish way to rule a nation, because fear is very tiring over time. No matter how tyrannical the despot, no matter how great the imposed terror; there comes a time when the people simply lack the energy to be afraid any longer, Fear vanishes from the population, and all that is left is blind uncompromising unquenchable rage." -- Michael Rivero

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Man-made climate change denial should be a criminal offence with Britons being misled at a time when extreme weather is getting worse, an expert has said. Jim Dale, founder and senior meteorological consultant at British Weather Services, regularly spars on TV and radio with politicians and presenters who question climate science.

In China, electric vehicles have been assigned to vast graveyards of unsold vehicles. While ride-share services bought the vehicles at subsidised prices, private buyers are not so keen.  So last year China began dumping its electric vehicles in Europe, where they are filling up the ports at Rotterdam and Antwerp.

The US also has unsold stocks of electric cars.  And in Britain, the momentum for electric vehicles has slowed.

The great electric revolution that was promised just three years ago is already failing – and it will bring the car manufacturers down with it.

From higher Chinese crop yields thanks to CO2 to the discovery that cows are net methane reducers, there’s lots of good climate news out there. But the mainstream media is too busy promoting Net Zero to report it.

In an almost satirical twist to the ongoing climate change narrative, mainstream media and some ‘experts’ are now pointing fingers at climate change as the culprit behind the recent ‘extreme turbulence’ that forced a Singapore Airlines flight to make an emergency landing.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that at least one person has died, and dozens more have been hospitalized after a Singapore Airlines flight was hit by “severe turbulence” last week.

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard from Biden’s Secretary of Transportation, Pete Buttigieg. Perhaps he’s been on more vacations? Buttigieg helped drag down the administration by being MIA on several critical occasions, such as a train derailment in East Palestine, several airline shutdowns, and the possible rail workers’ strike.

Now, he might be coming out and speaking to the press in an attempt to prop up Biden’s campaign. He was on CBS to discuss Biden’s “green” plan.

The husband of an outspoken anti-World Economic Forum (WEF) lawmaker has been found murdered in his car after being strangled to death with a zip tie.

Italian MEP Francesca Donato revealed this week that her husband, Angelo Onorato, was found dead in his vehicle.

Onorato’s body was found with something tightly wrapped around his neck, signaling a murder.

Donato rose to prominence for her vocal activism against the WEF’s globalist agenda.

by Tyler Durden

Transportation Secretary Mayor Pete made his rounds on Face the Nation this weekend where he was both laughed at to his face by the host and suggested during the interview that increased airline turbulence is occurring as a result of climate change.

Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg struggled Sunday on CBS’ Face the Nation to explain why the Biden administration has only managed to build “seven or eight” electric vehicle (EV) charging stations thus far.

A leading meteorologist is warning that the anti-carbon agenda of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Net Zero” policies will destroy the Earth’s current climate in just a few years time.

A bombshell new study has shown that globalist efforts to reduce carbon dioxide are about to trigger a breakdown in the atmosphere, causing the planet to plunge into a cold period.

The warning was issued by Professor David Dilley, a former meteorologist for the NOAA National Weather Service.

Heavy snow falling on parts of the Prairies may approach a long-standing record for the latest hefty snow this late in the year

Ahh, late May on the Prairies. Flowers are blooming, mosquitoes are buzzing, and there’s a snowfall warning for communities that endured severe thunderstorms just a few days ago.