Drought Fake News Update

A few months ago, the fake news New York Times and fake governor Jerry Brown announced the California Permanent Drought.

California Braces for Unending Drought – The New York Times

California is having their second wettest year on record, and precipitation has increased slightly over the last 120 years.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

In 2011, fake news Texas academics announced the Texas permanent drought. They said they predicted it all along.

Texas is vulnerable to warming climate – Houston Chronicle

The last two years have been the wettest on record in Texas.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

These scam artists need to be shut down once and for all. They don’t understand anything about climate – it is all about money and power.

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27 Responses to Drought Fake News Update

  1. Latitude says:

    worst…..there’s tons of people that believe it every time

    • R. Shearer says:

      No, the worst thing is we pass that tipping point where the whole Arctic evaporates releasing the tundra that it holds down.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DALcHFTKlzA&feature=youtu.be

      • Kris Johanson says:

        That’s a good laugh! Congressman Henry Waxman represents Santa Monica. That helps to explain it….
        Sheila Jackson Lee (TX) thinks we landed on Mars in 1969.
        Hank Johnson (GA) thinks Guam might tip over if we station too many marines there.
        The sooner people realize that half of Congress is so dumb they wouldn’t know how to pour piss out of a boot, the better off we will be.

      • Jason Calley says:

        Even worse, if the North Pole evaporates asymmetrically, the tundra might capsize! :)

  2. gator69 says:

    I learned early in life not to trust, or even pay any attention to sources that lie to me more than once. Maybe this is why a global UN poll shows climate change is the very last concern of normal folks…

    • SxyxS says:

      And it is the very first concern of the elites to create a system to tax the whole world
      so that all people on this planet have to pay tribute to Goldman Sachs
      and Chicagos Carbon Stock Market.
      They can not use the trick with the FED once again when they started
      to tax american people twice((with (corporate)interesst on fiat money & IRS))
      Now they come up with “just another tax”.

      No world wide tax= no world government.
      That’s why they are so “concerned” about saving something that needs to be saved as Santa Clause does.

  3. RAH says:

    Old Moon Beam now says that building the wall is unchristian. What was unchristian was not building more reservoirs because he wanted to build a train line that there was no real demand for.

    • gator69 says:

      OMB needs to address the Vatican.

      • RAH says:

        You can always tell when the left is scared the right is winning on an issue. That is when they start telling Christians they aren’t adhering to their values. The rest of the time we’re more a terrorist threat than Muslims are.

        • Latitude says:

          You got to love that part…
          Muslim terrorists are always lone gunmen and don’t represent all muslims…
          But all Christians are the same

        • gator69 says:

          Yes, last week there was a NYT opinion piece that lectured Christians on universal healthcare, basically saying Jesus was a marxist. The current pope would likely agree, which is why he and Benedict are not getting along.

          “”…this struggle (against all injustice), it was said, would have to be a political struggle, because the structures (of oppression) were strengthened and maintained by politics. Thus redemption became a political process, for which Marxist philosophy offered the essential directions. It became a task that men themselves could — indeed had to — take in hand and became, at the same time, the object of quite practical hopes; faith was changed from ‘theory’ into practice, into concrete redeeming action in the liberation process.”

          “…where the Marxist ideology of liberation had been consistently applied, a total lack of freedom had developed, whose horrors were now laid bare before the eyes of the entire world. Wherever politics tries to be redemptive, it is promising too much. Where it wishes to do the work of God, it becomes not divine, but demonic.”
          -Pope Benedict XVI

          Compare that to Francis’ appeals for marxism, and the following story is no surprise…

          (ROME) – Speaking at a March 16th conference in Limburg, Germany, the long-time Vatican correspondent Andreas Englisch has delivered an explosive allegation: In contradiction of public appearances, Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI “are in complete disagreement” and “never speak to one another.” The Pope Emeritus has apparently stated that he only appears in public “at the explicit request of Pope Francis.” What is shown on these occasions, Englisch continues, is “only the pretense of friendship.”

          No official transcript of the press conference is yet available, but Giuseppe Nardi, another well-known Vaticanist who was in attendance, says that Englisch continued his statements by describing Pope Francis as a “strong personality” who “gets what he wants,” and that he has little in common with Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI but “uses him when necessary for the optics.” Englisch concluded his dramatic remarks with a remarkable statement: that, in addition to the pressure put upon the Pope Emeritus to resign, “different ecclesiastical forces” are putting pressure on Ratzinger in a different direction: “to return.”

          Francis is a wolf in papal garb.

          • SxyxS says:

            Francis was accused of a fellow priest
            to be a traitor and cooperator of the fascist regime(that tortured this priest and another guy) for decades.

            Considering that this was coming from a jesuits-and jesuits are indoctrinated in buttkissing and forgiving-
            there should be much ugly truth in this stuff.
            (the other guy who was kidnapped and tortured refused to comment on this all of his life.
            Wether Francis used the confession trick on the other guy to keep him silent or forgave him-noone knows.)

  4. frederik wisse says:

    Socialism or progressiveness is a neglect of the laws of supply and demand that are governing our life here on this planet . The beauty of this law that there is no way to know exactly what is going to happen tomorrow . The odds may be with you or against you ,however you should grab the chances in case the odds are with you . The commies were very stupid in this respect , when nature gave a good wheat crop in the Ukraine the commissars of the kolchozes decided to plow over 50% under , as otherwise they would loose their job the next season ,when a more sober cropping was most likely to happen .
    This is the result , when you teach people not be responsible for their lifes and the lifes of their fellowmen , also being preached in islam ………. Admitted there is a lot of hardship in life , but to put the blame on others or climate is too easy .

    • gator69 says:

      This is the result , when you teach people not be responsible for their lifes and the lifes of their fellowmen…

      Ovens for humans, and corn for fuel.

    • RAH says:

      Yet even police states have to bow to economic reality sometimes. This might make those that have some fear of Putin and his designs feel a little better. The simple fact is that Putin simply does not have the resources to reinstitute a cold war and you can thank US sanctions and Oil/fracking development for that:

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      https://www.strategypage.com/qnd/russia/articles/20170321.aspx
      Russia: The Empire Takes Back

      March 21, 2017: Western financial firms are upgrading their assessments of the Russian economy. That means the foreign bankers and credit rating agencies agree with the Russian government that economic growth has resumed. But there is also agreement that with world oil prices are unlikely to rise much in the future and that means the best Russia seems capable of is stabilizing their economy at a lower, less productive level. That means large cuts in government spending, including a defense budget that is now 25 percent smaller. Because of that Russia will go from number four on the list of largest defense spenders to number eight. That also means the replacement of worn out or obsolete Cold War era equipment will take a lot longer and upgrades to or expansion of the military will be restricted. The government has already announced sharp reductions in orders for new armored vehicles, ships and aircraft. Instead thousands of tanks and aircraft will undergo extensive (and much cheaper) upgrades.
      The corruption, police state atmosphere and trade sanctions mean that while the rest of the world continues to see an average of three percent GDP growth a year Russia will be stuck at two percent a year, or worse. Since sanctions and much reduced oil income hit in 2014 the government insisted that everything was under control. That was only partly true. The reality is that the real average income of Russians has been declining every month since late 2014 and the decline continues. With so many people seeing their income decline it is not surprise that corruption is getting worse, despite vigorous (or at least well publicized) efforts to curb it. The number of best educated and capable Russians who have left the country since 2014 is over 1.5 million. The poor are getting poorer and more Russians are slipping into poverty. The Ministry of Defense is telling its veteran officers and NCOs that a new benefit for ex-military personnel is preferential treatment when it comes to getting unemployment benefits. There is still the implied promise of a government job for retired officers but, well, you know hard times and all that. And then there are the foreign cash reserves, essential for buying imports. Those reserves will be exhausted later in 2017 or in 2018. So no, the economic news is not good so it is not discussed much in the state controlled mass media. The Internet is another matter, despite ongoing government efforts to shut down that access to what is really going on (or at least other opinions about what the government report).
      The government had made progress in restoring the police state that had been dismantled in the 1990s and that has interfered with economic growth. But that police state power also enabled the government to maintain order in the face of yet another financial calamity. Meanwhile the government keeps insisting the West is the enemy. That is not true but most Russians believe it. With a permanently crippled economy Russia will never be a major economic power and must now face a still growing China, which has real and ancient claims on Russian territory adjacent to Russia.
      One thing the Russian government and reality agree on is that most of the economic problems are all about the price of oil. Until 2017 the government predicted that the economy would “stabilize” once oil was over $60 a barrel but despite a late 2016 production reduction agreement by the OPEC cartel (that the U.S. does not belong to) that did not happen. The price of oil rose briefly and not by much and then declined again and continues to decline. The government blames the Americans for this and in this case the government is right. The renewed decline in the price of oil is clearly because of the development of effective fracking technology in the United States. This created a sharp increase in oil and natural gas production in North America and that was a major factor in the 2013 collapse in world oil prices. But fracking is expensive and as the oil price declines a growing number of oil and natural gas operations dependent on fracking have to be shut down until the price increases again. The Saudis and Russia hoped the lower oil prices would kill off fracking, but that won’t happen. Rising oil prices have always made it feasible to go after expensive to extract (like very deep or off-shore) oil and natural gas. As prices decline, these high cost operations have to be temporarily shut down, not eliminated entirely and forever. When some firms go bankrupt other firms buy up the assets cheaply and resume production when prices rise again. In 2016 it was believed that if the Saudis eased their current overproduction of oil the price would soon rise to over $60 a barrel. This is still half the previous (pre-fracking, pre-Saudi overproduction) high price of $132 (mid-2008). After that fracking and the Saudis drove down the price of oil and have kept it down. This has hurt Iran, but also Russia and several other nations that have become too dependent on oil export income. By early 2017 it became clear that fracking, something that OPEC cannot control, was the real culprit and that the American frackers had not only survived the extremely low prices but further improved their technology so that it now costs considerably less to produce oil via fracking that it did before 2013.

  5. Jeff L. says:

    I prefer the photo of Brown with the photo-shopped crystal radio powering his earphone.
    I wonder if anyone else even noticed it…

  6. Rud Istvan says:

    It is just a wet permanent drought.

    • wert says:

      You just redefine drought as “less water than needed”, and then let in a few million new inhabitants, and voilá, you have a permanent drought (caused by AGW, of course).

  7. oldbrew says:

    There may be a permanent drought of something in California, but it’s not rainwater.

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