Carbon Sins Bring Locust Plague

Mankind’s carbon sins are causing a plague of locusts in East Africa.

AP Explains: How climate change feeds Africa locust invasion

The is very similar to thousands of years ago, only without the carbon part.

Global warming is causing excess rain in East Africa by warming the ocean.

Global warming used to cause drought in East Africa.

30 Nov 2011, 2 – The Gazette at Newspapers.com

CO2 is a very fickle gas, causing the oceans to be warm in some places, and be cool in other places.

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Famine used to be caused by global cooling, but now it is caused by global warming.

10 May 1979, 7 – Calgary Herald at Newspapers.com

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22 Responses to Carbon Sins Bring Locust Plague

  1. Gator says:

    CO2: The omnipotent molecule, the realGod particle.

  2. Jeff L. says:

    Tony,

    I like the way you refer to “carbon sins”. It brings home the point that climate change is the new religion.

  3. Oztruthseeker says:

    Ancient Egyptian records also record a series of natural catastrophes including huge locust plague although they don’t ascribe them to the Hebrew God or an exodus of slaves and don’t match the accepted chronology of when that exodus is thought to have occurred- but they do prove the existence of such locust plagues even long ago. Other Old Testament books such as Joel also mention huge locust plagues and are on firmer historic grounds, plus even the above excerpts say the largest plague since… showing larger such plagues in more recent but pre-climate alarmist times. Another naturally occurring cyclic event being deceptively used to promote a false paradigm.

    • Add in a Mini Ice Age occurred in as short a period of time, 20 years + – 3,500 years ago causing Salt Water Mediterranean waters to come up the Nile.
      Agricultural & Potable water ended.
      Pyramids, Cairo & Region were abandoned & moved to Luxor estimated population of 1 million effected,affected.

  4. Rosco says:

    It’s all fine – we can eat them !

  5. Peter Carroll says:

    Being old (70) does have its advantages. As a teenager, I can remember seeing newsreels of light aircraft, trying to spray vast swarms of locusts in Africa. They faced two major problems .
    First, visibility rapidly diminished as hundreds of insects splattered across the windscreen, making low flying very dangerous.
    The second was the locusts very quickly blocked oil coolers, radiators or cooling fins on the engines, leading to very rapid overheating.
    Locust plagues in Africa are nothing new.

    • JCalvertN(UK) says:

      I was going to post a similar comment, but you beat me to it.
      The newsreel I saw was in colour. The plane was a DH Dragon-Rapide.

  6. G W Smith says:

    The all-purpose crisis and the all-purpose “pollutant”! So true, Tony! Keep it up!
    Maybe, someday, our millennial kids will grow-up, and our liberal peers will wake-up….
    Maybe, someday, the standard cosmological model will bow to the electric universe theory….
    But generations will first die out, I’m afraid.

  7. scott allen says:

    “worst outbreak in 70 years”

    so what caused the outbreak 70 years ago?

  8. G W Smith says:

    Your satire is dripping wet. Keep it up!

  9. rockyt says:

    Man Tony, you do a hell of a job finding these great tidbits of information.
    Always entertaining.
    Anyway, the locust story started in the US a long time before the modern version ( OK lies) of CO2 climate change ever went public. For example, Kansas from 1873 to 1877.
    One story I read in Reader’s Digest said they covered over 2 million sq miles at one point.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocky_Mountain_locust

    And it happened way back before fossil fuels and the only thing you had to be careful of was not to step in the exhaust of your vehicles at the time.
    Keep up the great work.

  10. Disillusioned says:

    Love it; it reads like the Babylon Bee.

    And on a different front, breaking news…. https://babylonbee.com/news/jussie-smollett-offered-job-at-cnn-after-fabricating-news-story-out-of-thin-air

  11. alf says:

    so why is the red on the 40 and -40 parallel? [on the temp. map]

  12. Bob says:

    As kids, Port Sudan in 1950, sister and I were assailed by locust swarm at the hotel swimming pool. In swimming trunks. Thrilling. Then in Rhodesia 1954, it was Army-worm seething across our garden and local school playing fields. Awesome. Our Carbo-sin abomination of natural evolution has to stop. Locusts and worms would agree.

  13. Add in a Mini Ice Age occurred in as short a period of time, 20 years + – 3,500 years ago causing Salt Water Mediterranean waters to come up the Nile.
    Agricultural & Potable water ended.
    Pyramids, Cairo & Region were abandoned & moved to Luxor estimated population of 1 million effected,affected.

  14. S.K. Dodsland says:

    The Pope’s reluctance to educate himself on climate science makes his attitude perverse.

    Science and religion can and do coexist.

    A higher power created the laws and scientists are discovering and attempting to understand them.

  15. Janet Marshall says:

    I rfemember watching a film decades ago (I’m 73) about a plague of locusts that consumed people, and the film showed a skeleton drifting in a boat on the river. Plagues of locusts ahs always happened.

  16. Randism says:

    What they are omitting are the number of cloud seeding/weather modification programs happening to “green” the Arabian Peninsula, which are causing the excessive or unusual rains. I remember Mike Morales documenting them on his youtube channel as they were happening a few months ago.

    Karma.

  17. rah says:

    This Christian says that the current Pope is a communist and doesn’t amount to a pimple on John Paul II’s posterior.

    • Gator says:

      Here is what the last real Pope had to say about leftist ideology…

      “…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

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