By P Gosselin on 30. November 2021
By Kenneth Richard on 29. November 2021
The Greenland end-of-melt-season snowline should presumably be exhibiting a trend consistent with consequential Greenland ice sheet melt, especially an increase in the bare ice area. Yet, consistent with the recent non-warming trend for Greenland, there has been no statistically significant linear trend in these key climate change metrics.
The Polar Portal Arctic tracking website includes a snowline metric that “integrates the competing effects of melt (increasing snowline elevation) and snow accumulation (decreasing snowline elevation)” for the Greenland ice sheet. The overseers of these observational data acknowledge that snowline “provides a key holistic variable indicating climate change”.
Scientists have needed to admit that neither the end-of-melt-season snowline nor observations of bare ice extent “exhibits a statistically significant trend over the entire study period [2001-2017]” (Ryan et al., 2019).
Image Source: Polar Portal and Ryan et al., 2019
The lack of any statistically significant trends in snowline or bare ice area is consistent with the flat to declining temperature trends for Greenland this century, or from 2001-2019.
Hanna and colleagues (2021) document “a cooling pattern over the last 6-7 years” for Greenland that has offset or overwhelmed any warming pattern from 2001-2012. Notice that the clear majority of temperature stations have been cooling in all 4 seasons since 2001.
Image Source: Hanna et al., 2021
Perhaps Greenland will cooperate with the anthropogenic global warming narrative at some point in the future.
Image Source: Nagatsuka et al., 2021
Image Source: Ballinger et al., 2021
By P Gosselin on 28. November 2021
At FaceBook, Dane Peter Bardland presents a chart and commentary on Germany’s upcoming rapid nuclear power phaseout.
By the end of 2022, the government will have shut down another 6 plants with a total (baseload) capacity of 8.54 gigawatts!
Chart: Presented by Peter Bardland
Yesterday we commented here that Germany will in fact be shutting down all the baseload power sources, which ironically kept the country from blacking out in 2021 because wind and solar power failed to deliver as expected.
“Disaster playing out”…”pretty crazy”
In just over a month, Germany will close 3 of its newest and best nuclear power plants and more than 4050 MW of electricity will disappear from northern Europe’s power grid. 4050 MW is equivalent to the average electricity consumption of all of Denmark.
It will put supply security further under pressure and them choosing to do so in the middle of winter is pretty crazy.
Not only will the 4050 MW of shut off nuclear power lead to more CO2 emissions, but it will cause much more pollution from the burning of biomass and fossil fuels. Next winter, Germany will close the last 3 nuclear power plants, also 4000 MW.
Anyone who has followed the energy and climate political debate, even superficially, over the last 10-20 years can see that Germany, Denmark and other ‘green crazy countries’ are doing it vigorously AGAINST what logic and science dictates.
We see a slow disaster playing out with The Greens in the lead role as the crazy villain, hell-bent in their eagerness to wipe out life and prosperity.
(PS. Buy warm clothes, food, water and candles, for the coming winter).”
On top of the baseload power shutdown madness, German Health Minister Jens Spahn said he favored a one-year complete lockdown of unvaxxed Germans. There’s definitely something in someone’s water.
By P Gosselin on 27. November 2021
The energy source that Germany moves to shut down, rescued the country from widespread blackouts in 2021.
Blackout News reports that more of Germany’s power is being produced by coal and nuclear fuels. In 2021, due to unfavorable weather conditions, wind and solar energy production plummeted in 2021 compared to 2020. “Germany’s power mix is getting dirtier.”
The figures were compiled by the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Energiebilanzen (Working Group for Energy Budgets) and based on the first 9 months of the year. Compared to 2020, the first nine months of 2021 saw a 3.3% increase in primary energy consumption – mainly due to economic reco0very.
20% more coal power in first 9 months of 2021
But what surprised experts, Blackout News reports, were the sources of the energy: “Here, the largest increase in absolute terms can be seen in the coal-fired power plants that emit the most CO2. Hard coal consumption alone was 20 per cent higher in the first three quarters of the current year than in the previous year. Electricity and heat generation from hard coal increased by 28 percent.”
Lack of wind and sun, despite added capacity
According to Blackout News: “The working group attributes the high additional consumption of coal for energy generation compared to the same period last year to the unfavorable weather conditions for renewable energies. Wind power and solar plants delivered significantly less electricity compared to the same period last year despite higher installation capacity.”
The 2021 results further highlight the unreliability of green energies such as wind and sun as a source of stable energy, and remind that Germany’s plan to shut down its remaining coal and nuclear power plants will be far more difficult than the government appears to believe.
Renewables’s output plummet 16.1%
“In relation to total energy consumption, the share of renewables has decreased by a total of 16.1 percent compared to the previous year,” writes Blackout News. “Electricity generation by wind power plants fell sharply, by 18 percent for onshore plants and 14 percent for offshore plants.”
Solar energy fared even worse, producing only half as much as the year earlier.
To compensate for the missing wind and solar energies, both coal and nuclear plants had to take up the slack. Yet, these are the two conventional energy sources that the government aims to take offline completely by 2038 (nuclear by 2024!). A number a energy experts warn that this is a recipe for power grid disaster – especially as the German government moves to get more electric cars on the road.
Blackout News warns: “But if the government sticks to its plan to shut down the coal-fired power plants as planned, it is only a matter of time before the supply collapses. Therefore, prepare yourself in good time for a prolonged power blackout.”
By P Gosselin on 26. November 2021
Die kalte Sonne reports on a new aerosol study by Liu et al.
The results are a major blow to the high greenhouse-gas climate sensitivity modelers.
IPCC scientists have a favorite wild card they often use to explain serious model discrepancies: aerosols. Mysterious cooling events in the past are often explained away by aerosols from major volcanic eruptions, for example. They act to filter out sunlight.
According to IPCC climate models, the mean global temperature should have risen by 1.5°C since 1850 due to the higher CO2 concentrations. But best estimates show that it has instead risen by only 1.1°C. So what about the missing 0.4°C?
Naturally, the missing 0.4°C of warming since 1850 gets explained by the higher 20th century aerosol levels in the atmosphere – due to the burning of fossil fuels. Air pollution by man over the course of the late 19th century and entire 20th century are said to have dimmed the earth, and thus this explains the 0.4°C less warming.
Surprise: global aerosol emissions have been flat over past 250 years
But now results by a new study appearing in the journal Science Advances by Liu et al tells us that the forcing by aerosols had to have been overestimated by climate modelers. IPCC modelers insisted that 20th century aerosol concentrations were higher than during the pre-industrial times, and this is what kept the climate from warming by 1.5°C.
According to the scientists led by Liu, however, atmospheric aerosols in the preindustrial times were just as high as they were just recently. They were in fact more or less constant over the past 250 years. No change means it could not have been aerosols putting the brakes on temperature rise:
Image: Science Advances, Liu et al.
That’s a real embarrassment for the IPCC modelers. It means CO2 climate sensitivity has been overestimated.
Aerosol concentrations have changed very little
The above chart is the result they found from records of 14 Antarctic ice cores and 1 central Andean ice core. These tell us that “historical fire activity in the Southern Hemisphere (SH) exceeded present-day levels”. Forest fires back then were much worse, and so more aerosol emissions were greater than modelers believe!
“The results come as a real surprise,” reports Die kalte Sonne.
Significance: CO2 climate sensitivity overstated in models
The researchers found that instead of aerosols increasing during the 20th century, they likely in fact decreased by 30% over the 20th century! This means that aerosols could not have suppressed the warming by 0.4°C, meaning the climate sensitivity by manmade greenhouse gases has to be dialed back accordingly.
The models have got the aerosols all wrong.
Confirmed by previous study
The new findings are underpinned by earlier findings in a 2018 study by Hamilton et al, who also found “significantly increased aerosol concentrations in the pre-industrial atmosphere.”
“Stark contradiction” to model assumptions
“The high natural aerosol emissions of the preindustrial time are thus clearly a global phenomenon,” reports Die kalte Sonne. “The documented constancy of the aerosol total emissions are in stark contradiction to the assumptions in the IPCC climate models.”
CO2 warming effect has to be much less
“The consequences for the climate models could be enormous,” Die kalte Sonne adds. This means that CO2’s warming effect thus has to be much less. “The study tells us that the CO2 climate sensitivity indeed has to be in the lower range of the IPCC’s 1.5-4.5°C warming for a doubling of CO2.”
By Kenneth Richard on 25. November 2021
At a time (October, 2021) when 90% of the new COVID cases in UK residents 60 or older are fully vaccinated, a German physician publishing in The Lancet asserts it is “grossly negligent” to suggest the vaccinated are not a relevant source of viral infection and transmission as he pleads for privileged Western societies to refrain from treating their unvaccinated minorities as subhuman.
The Lancet is perhaps regarded as the world’s most prestigious medical journal. So the stakes must be sufficiently acute for the journal’s overseers to allow Dr. Günter Kampf, a German physician, to publish a clarion call imploring non-discriminatory and humane treatment of the unvaccinated.
Evoking images of past racial and religious prejudices, Kampf pleads with Western societies – scientists and government officials – to refrain from gratuitously stigmatizing the unvaccinated.
“Historically, both the USA and Germany have engendered negative experiences by stigmatising parts of the population for their skin colour or religion. I call on high-level officials and scientists to stop the inappropriate stigmatisation of unvaccinated people, who include our patients, colleagues, and other fellow citizens.”
Image Source: Kampf, 2021
For example, 89,821 of 100,160 (89.7%) COVID cases (age 60+) were in UK residents who were fully vaccinated from weeks 39 to 42 (October). Just 3.4% (3,395) of the new cases were in the unvaccinated 60 and older.
In Germany, the gap between the unvaccinated and vaccinated has been rapidly closing. The percentage of new cases in 60-and-older, fully vaccinated residents rose from 16.9% in July to 58.9% in October.
Image Source: Kampf, 2021
Actually, the rates of new cases in the vaccinated has recently overtaken the rates in the unvaccinated. UK residents 30 and older are about 1.2 to 2.2 times more likely to be infected with COVID if they’re fully vaccinated.
Image Source: gov.uk
In weeks 41-44, 367,347 of 394,455 (93.1%) of new cases in UK residents 40 and over were fully vaccinated. And, sadly, 2,767 of 3,103 (89.2%) deaths in residents 70 and over were fully vaccinated.
Image Source: gov.uk
Has the world gone mad?
Imagine government bodies requiring adults 30 and up to be injected with a COVID vaccine that makes it twice as likely they will be infected with COVID…and then stigmatizing those who haven’t been injected yet because they have declined the opportunity to increase their odds to get infected.
That is what is happening.
By P Gosselin on 24. November 2021
A poster from Hanover, Germany has inspired me to start a new page at this site: My Corona Diaries, 2020s Germany. I don’t need to tell what it reminds me of.
I’ll be posting there from time to time to give readers some insight on the madness that’s sweeping across Austria and Germany. They’re talking about forced vaccination for adults now, I guess wanting to go back to the days before the Nuremberg Code.
Hopefully I won’t be seeing the same fate as Anne Frank, but already I’m already thinking about how to hide, or escape.
Here’s Germany’s latest move against the now very hated unvaccinated, in Hanover:
Madness, hate and ignorance pervade over Christmas this year. Unvaccinated persons are forbidden to order food or drink at the traditional outdoor Christmas market in Hanover. “Whoever wishes to consume food or drinks must first provide proof of being fully vaccinated (geimpft) or being recovered (genesen). Passing on food or drink to persons who are neither vaccinated nor recovered is not allowed.”
Can you believe it? How small-minded can you get?
That’s how it all started with the Jews and gypsies in the 1930s. Following Austria, Germany is beginning to loose its bloody mind once again.
All that bottled up brown just wants to come gushing out.
By P Gosselin on 23. November 2021
The danger of blackouts in Europe is increasing, warns a German energy export. The result could be “numerous deaths “. Also, $10 a gallon not far off…
In a recent interview with independent journalist Boris Reitschuster, German energy expert Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt warns that the risk of as power blackout in Europe is increasing as baseload power gets decommissioned and more unstable renewable energies are fed in.
Larger blackouts would mean “numerous deaths” and that Germany’s neighbors would be “dragged into the abyss.” Particularly Holland, Belgium, the north of France and above all Austria would be affected.
Wind and sun are flopping
Vahrenholt describes Europe’s recent energy supply development, which is increasingly focused on weather-dependent sources such as wind and sun, as “dramatic”.
Currently grid operators are struggling to “keep the system running to the bitter end,” says Vahrenholt. Already aluminum and steel plants are being shut down. As energy supplies tighten, there’s a risk that cities will blackouts. Policymakers are “underestimating the problem”.
Worse, the seriousness of the situation is not recognized in politics and the media, so that there will be real impacts in the next one to two years, says Vahrenholt. He warns people will not put up with this much longer. “They told us otherwise,” they will say.
Energy shortages will fuel inflation
“They aren’t concerned about the climate at all, it’s about breaking away from being a highly developed industrialized country.” says Vahrenholt.
Ten dollars a gallon not far off
The energy shortages will also lead to considerable inflation, as is already evident at the petrol stations: “Two euros per liter of gasoline is not the end of the end of it,” warns Vahrenholt.
He warns energy is becoming more expensive and unreliable in Germany. “We will have to get used to power cuts.” And if Nordstream 2 doesn’t come: “the lights will go out in Germany.”
Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt was Managing Director of RWE Innogy GmbH — the renewable energy sector — from 2008 to 2012. Until 2019, he was the sole director of the German Wildlife Foundation. Vahrenholt, who holds a doctorate in chemistry, has been an honorary professor at the University of Hamburg .
By Kenneth Richard on 22. November 2021
A new study suggests CO2 molecules have little consequential impact affecting outgoing radiation, and that climate models attribute global temperature effects to CO2 that are fundamentally erroneous.
They assesses the role of CO2 molecules in the standard atmosphere and assert “we have a contradiction with the results of climatological models in the analysis of the Earth’s greenhouse effect.”
Key points from the paper include the following:
1. Climate model calculations of CO2’s impact on global temperatures are in error by a factor of 5 as a result of “ignoring, in climatological models, the Kirchhoff law” which says radiators are “simultaneously the absorbers.”
2. Change in the concentration of an optically active atmospheric component (like CO2) “would not lead to change in the outgoing radiative flux.”
3. CO2 molecules “are not the main radiator of the atmosphere.” Water vapor molecules are, and thus they “may be responsible for the observed heating of the Earth.”
Image Source: Smirnov and Zhilyaev, 2021
The discrepancy between the greenhouse gas effect of water vapor molecules relative to CO2 has been addressed elsewhere.
Lightfoot and Mamer (2014) and (2017) suggest water molecules are a) 29 times more abundant in the atmosphere and 1.6 times more effective at warming than CO2 molecules are; b) water vapor accounts for 96 percent of the total radiative forcing for all greenhouse gases; and c) doubling CO2 concentrations to 550 ppm would only result in a global temperature increase of 0.33°C.
Image Source: Lightfoot and Mamer, 2014 and Lightfoot and Mamer, 2017
By P Gosselin on 21. November 2021
German public health expert, physician, warns those who have already been vaccinated: “Don’t get another shot under any circumstances!“
German physician and public health expert Wolfgang Wodarg is a leading critic of COVID-19 panic and the high pressure vaccine campaign against the COVID-19 virus. In an interview with Elsa Mittmannsgruber, he tells the public: “With every booster shot, the chance that something bad happens increases exponentially.” …”The risk with every shot becomes ever higher.”
On the approval of new vaccines: “We’re flying in the dark.”
“A dangerous thing”
One problem Dr. Wodarg says is how the injection is administered. The needle should pernitrate into the muscle and not into a blood vessel. However medical authorities in Germany are advising that it’s not important to avoid injection into a blood vessel. “In my view it’s irresponsible to inject the contents, for example mRNA nanoparticles, into a blood vessel.” This, Wodarg explains, can lead to serious heart conditions, including death. The risk is especially high for young males because they have greater upper arm muscle development, and so the chance the injection finds its way into a blood vessel is higher. “It could end up being lethal. It’s a dangerous thing.”
Spike protein spreads everywhere
Wodarg explains that even if the injection does not reach into a vein, the content will eventually find its way to the lymph nodes and later into the organs such as the liver, spleen or reproductive organs.
The virus itself normally enters the body through the mouth, nose and air passages and the immune system responds accordingly. Only in a tiny fraction of the COVID infection cases do the virus and it’s spike protein reach the blood vessels. With the injection, however, the spike proteins get distributed though the entire body and can wreak havoc.
“The spikes are dangerous – very dangerous. They damage everything wherever they show up: in the brain, in the spleen, in the intestines – and I can’t understand that we are allowing these spikes to be produced inside ourselves. That is the biggest risk.”
Rising heart and circulatory system complications
One indication that the vaccine is wreaking havoc is the hospital admission statistics from the Robert Koch Institute. The number of patients being admitted due to respiratory illness has remained stable, yet patients being admitted due to cardiac circulatory system problems has risen in parallel with the number vaccinated, thus pointing vaccine spike protein injury. Also patients with neurological disorders have increased since vaccination began.
Wodarg says that it can be easily determined whether or not blood microclotting has occurred by testing d-dimers, Micro-clotting rarely occurs among COVID patients. “But when suddenly lots of people have these symptoms after having been vaccinated, then it’s pretty clear it’s related to the vaccine and that it has nothing to do with an infection.”
Wodarg also warms of a real possibility of ADE for vaccinated individuals
The retired physician says doctors are playing along for two reasons: fear and money. But he doubts that doctors will be able to continue to remain silent as more and more people are injured by the vaccine. “They are going to have to answer.”
“Currently there are more victims after a vaccination then ever before. Never have there been so many adverse effects from vaccination,” says Wodarg. “What has happened as a consequence of the vaccine is gigantic.” …”Not only the is media sick, but so is policymaking.”
“The bodily changes that people undergo through these shots, they are in part irreversible,” Wodarg warns.
Below Normal Extremes…2021 Northern Hemisphere Cyclone Activity Below Normal…US Tornadoes Below Normal
By P Gosselin on 20. November 2021
The accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) is the best measure of overall tropical activity and it is below-normal for the 2021 season across the Northern Hemisphere.
Data: Colorado State University, NOAA
Tropical cyclone activity across the Northern Hemisphere has been below-normal in 2021 in much the same way as it was last year. Specifically, while the Atlantic Basin featured above-normal tropical activity in this year and last, the Pacific Ocean experienced below-normal conditions in both years leading the way to below-normal levels across the hemisphere as a whole.
In terms of tornadoes, it has been another below-normal season in the US with no EF-5’s recorded. There was, however, tornadic activity in some unusual places in 2021 including the Mid-Atlantic and New England.
Colder-than-normal sea surface temperatures continue to dominate the scene in the equatorial part of the Pacific Ocean. These “La Nina” conditions likely played an important role in the above-normal tropical activity across the Atlantic Basin in 2021 and the below-normal activity in the Pacific Ocean. Map NOAA, tropicaltidbits.com
Northern Hemisphere Tropical Activity…below-normal
There is no tropical activity right now in either the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean and none is expected in the near term. In fact, the tropical activity in both of these large bodies of water may very well be done for the 2021 season and there has been a rather dramatic drop off of activity in recent weeks. In fact, the quiet period in terms of tropical activity began in October and it turned out to be rather unusual in that there were no “major” hurricanes (Category 3 or above) anywhere across the globe.
According to Dr. Philip Klotzbach of Colorado State University, this is the first time since 1977 that there were no “major” hurricanes during the month of October anywhere across the globe. Furthermore, in the period from mid-October to mid-November, the accumulated cyclone energy (defined below) across the globe was the lowest in the satellite era (since 1966).
The 2021 Atlantic Basin was above-normal in terms of the number of named storms (21) making it the third most active on record when using that particular metric.
There is another metric known as the accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) that meteorologists tend to favor in order to assess overall tropical activity in a given season. The ACE metric – which was originally created by Dr. William Gray and associates at Colorado State University and later tweaked by NOAA – not only factors in the intensity of a tropical cyclone, it also takes into account its longevity.
Average energy per storm much lower
While the “number of storms” in the Atlantic Basin this season was ranked quite high on the historical scale, the average ACE per storm was much lower down on the rankings with past seasons. This result is indicative of the fact that many of this year’s named tropical systems were short-lived and/or relatively weak.
Last 50-years+ of Global and Northern Hemisphere Accumulated Cyclone Energy: 24 month running sums. Note the year indicated represents the value of ACE through the previous 24-months for the Northern Hemisphere (bottom line/gray boxes) and the entire global (top line/blue boxes). The area in between represents the Southern Hemisphere total ACE. Courtesy Dr. Ryan Maue
Elevated Atlantic activity linked to cool equatorial Pacific
The above-normal activity in the Atlantic Basin this year (and also in 2020) was fueled in part by La Nina conditions in the equatorial part of the Pacific Ocean. Typically, colder-than-normal sea surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean (i.e. La Nina conditions) lead to reduced overall wind shear in the tropical Atlantic Ocean and this, in turn, is a favorable factor for the formation and intensification of tropical cyclones in that part of the hemisphere.
Suppressed Pacific activity
While La Nina conditions were a favorable factor for tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin, it tended to suppress activity in the equatorial part of the Pacific Ocean. In both regions of the Pacific Ocean (i.e. to the east and west of the “international date line”), overall tropical activity was below-normal this season in terms of accumulated cyclone energy. The drop off in activity in the Pacific Ocean began as early as the month of September in that there was only one named storm (Olaf) making it the least active month since 2010.
US tornadic activity…below-normal
2021 has been a below-normal year in terms of number of tornadoes across the nation falling below the “25th percentile. The United States has the most tornadoes of any country, as well as the strongest and most violent tornadoes. Despite several outbreaks in March and another large outbreak at the beginning of May, the year as a whole remains below-average due largely due to inactivity during the months of April and June.
Unusual tornado activity
While the nation as a whole has experienced less tornadic activity than normal, there have been some areas that have experienced unusual action. For example, the Mid-Atlantic region experienced an unusual tornado outbreak this mid-summer that had its origins in the Upper Midwest.
On July 29th , numeric tornadic supercells developed across the eastern Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic resulting in many tornadoes. In fact, a few of the tornadoes were strong and damaging including an EF-3 tornado that caused severe damage in the Philly suburbs of Trevose and Bethlehem. It was the first EF-3 tornado in lower Bucks County ever, but an F3 tornado came through Central Bucks some 125 years ago in 1896, according to the National Weather Service.
Another unusual tornado caused damage in southeastern Pennsylvania during the late summer (9/1/21) as an EF-2 touched down in the Philly suburb of Fort Washington.
In addition, in just the past week, there was an unusual tornado outbreak in portions of New York and New England. On Saturday, November 13th, strong storms generated at least 11 confirmed tornadoes that touched down in New York State and New England with all being classified as EF-0 or EF-1.
According to the Eastern Region NWS, there were 6 tornadoes on Long Island (plus one Friday in the mid Hudson Valley of New York State), 4 in Connecticut and 3 in Rhode Island (2 of the tornadoes crossed from CT into RI). According to the NWS, there had not been a tornado recorded in Connecticut or Rhode Island in the month of November since 1950.
According to NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center (SPC), the last recorded EF-5 tornado – the most violent classification level – was in the year 2013
No EF-5 tornado in 8 years
One of the notable findings of the 2021 US tornado season is that it featured no EF-5 tornadoes which are the most powerful of all. In fact, it has now been more than 8 years since the last EF-5 tornado struck in the US which was in Moore County, Oklahoma during May of 2013. According to NOAA, there have been a total of 36 EF-5 tornadoes in the US since 1970 with 14 of those occurring in the 1970s.
By P Gosselin on 19. November 2021
The climate issue has become the least of my worries lately. I’ve found over the last couple weeks that blogging about climate is feeling more and more like a trivial use of time.
What’s really worrying is the exploding medical tyranny in Europe, which is spreading like an Australian bushfire on a windy day. The panic is complete and the hysteria has reached what to me has become a shocking level like I’ve never seen before in my life.
Widespread irrationality, hysteria
Facts and real data don’t matter anymore. Even people ,who I once thought were highly educated, have become hysterical and impervious to even rudimentary reasoning. They’re convinced (brainwashed) the unvaccinated are the biggest threat to public safety and that they are occupying all hospital beds and overwhelming the ICUs. Increasingly unvaccinated people are being viewed as the source of all of society’s ills and the sole obstacle preventing life from returning to normal.
Though the numbers tell us that the average person has a 98% chance of recovering once infected, the majority of Europeans act as if it’s the other way around: 98% death rate and only a 2% survival rate. And it’s all the fault of the unvaccinated, who make up about 30% of Germany’s population.
Making life unbearable
Germany is now getting set to lockdown the unvaccinated once and for all. The plan is to make life for them unbearable to the point they’ll succumb and allow themselves to be injected regularly with the medically adventurous nanotech dope.
And whenever shimmers of hope appear that governments might concede their strategies and the vaccines are failures, they instead double down and become even more draconian. Ignoring and bypassing Constitutional law is usual.
Life in Germany and Austria has become extremely depressed and suppressed. People walk around with faces covered by masks and keeping distance from one another. Distrust is everywhere, everyone is being viewed as a potential lethal pathogen. The paranoia here is surreal.
Returning back to America?
I’m beginning to wonder for the first time if it may be time to move back to USA after more than 30 years of life here. Two years ago that thought would not have ever occurred. But everything has since has changed dramatically.
Today in neighboring Austria, conservative Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg is reported to impose a general lockdown from Monday (November 22) and that the vaccination will become compulsory from February 1st, 2022. That comes just a few days after the country implemented a nationwide lockdown for the unvaccinated, which came into force last Monday (November 15). So heightened is the sense of panic and hysteria.
Right now people 12 years and older are only permitted to go outside for essential activities such as work, attending classes, grocery shopping. Military-like police have a presence as if the country is under military occupation. Any unvaccinated person breaking the rules can be fined up to €1,450. Beatings by on the streets by the police take place routinely. No one seems to care about police brutality anymore.
Opinion polls show that the majority vaccinated think it’s okay for the minority unvaccinated to be severely oppressed and coerced into medical submission. In their view, the filth is finally off the streets and the place feels safer now. Compulsory vaccination is the final solution. The Nuremberg Code and its raison d’être today are just a faded memory.
We’ve gone from “2 weeks to flatten the curve” to being doped with nanotech every 6 months and martial law.