Dangerous References To Climate History

Twitter feels threatened by history.


22 Nov 1974 – SCIENCE DOCUMENTARY New ice age ‘could be in our lifetime’ – Trove

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7 Responses to Dangerous References To Climate History

  1. Disillusioned says:

    Sensitive to whom? They’re warning you alright. By censoring your content. Disgusting. At least one can still click the link to open it up. For now.

  2. Nutation_discombobulation says:

    They didn’t foresee how the net could be used against them to expose their lies and agendas. They are all now in damage control mode.
    Eventually they will have full blanket net censorship, so even having your own servers will not ensure your content will reach your intended audience.

    The moves by Israel to mold public policy perception, likely mirrors climate change propaganda directed towards leftist global policy control.

  3. gregole says:

    What? Censoring news clippings? What’s next? Burning libraries? https://ehistory.osu.edu/articles/burning-library-alexandria

  4. John Ellwood says:

    The snowflakes are scared of snowflakes

  5. Chewer says:

    Stick around for awhile longer Tony, your wait may be over.

  6. RAH says:

    This is OT but think needs to be mentioned.
    It looks like Canada, at the last minute before the Mexico-US agreement went into effect, has decided it had better make a deal to keep NAFTA alive.

    Canada really had no choice because they are not in a position to do otherwise. Their economy would have been decimated.

    Their fundamental problem is energy generation modes and infrastructure. Canada has not developed the energy generation or grid capacity required for energy intensive heavy industry. IOW despite the vast natural resources they have they actually domestically manufacture very little from the ores their extensive mining industries mines yield.

    Light industry like assembly and fabrication is much less energy intensive and that is what Canadians have relied upon simply because they allow so called environmentalists to limit their electrical generation capacity.

    The current deal is structured in a way that the US has the ability to force Canada to increase their heavy industry and thus gradually lower their dependency on China and other nations outside of NAFTA for the metal materials and components and at the same time not do permanent damage to the Canadian economy. They can’t build the industrial plants and required power generation and transmission infrastructure they require overnight.



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