Fear Of Nitrogen

European governments are afraid of another inert gas – Nitrogen, which makes up 78% of Earth’s atmosphere.

“Holland closes dozens of farms and cattle ranches to reduce nitrogen by 30%. Angry and hungry farmers block the nation everywhere.”

4:09 AM · Jun 28, 2022

Boris Johnson says Europe is very strong, except for toxic masculinity.

“If Putin were a woman, I just don’t think he would have launched such a macho war. If you want a very good example of toxic masculinity, we have that in his person”

– Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister: Aggression has strengthened community – ZDFheute

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22 Responses to Fear Of Nitrogen

  1. arn says:

    So they declare whatever gas they want to as danger/pollutant whenever they want to the same way they declare a country an enemy/antidemocratic.

    They do the first thing to wage war on the own population while the second thing is used to wage war on everyone else.

  2. GWS says:

    Left wing Ideologues are the most dangerous people on the planet.

    • arn says:

      You’ll have to be that way if you want to have global control with the tiny group while being very well aware that noone except students with poisoned minds is for this ideology.

      Everything that is in the way or can be used to intimidate will be declared enemy/threat/satan.

    • Michael Peinsipp says:

      Because they are STUPID…
      Stupidity is a more dangerous enemy of the good than malice. One may protest against evil; it can be exposed and, if need be, prevented by use of force. Evil always carries within itself the germ of its own subversion in that it leaves behind in human beings at least a sense of unease. Against stupidity we are defenseless. Neither protests nor the use of force accomplish anything here; reasons fall on deaf ears; facts that contradict one’s prejudgment simply need not be believed- in such moments the stupid person even becomes critical – and when facts are irrefutable they are just pushed aside as inconsequential, as incidental. In all this the stupid person, in contrast to the malicious one, is utterly self-satisfied and, being easily irritated, becomes dangerous by going on the attack. For that reason, greater caution is called for than with a malicious one. Never again will we try to persuade the stupid person with reasons, for it is senseless and dangerous.

      ‘If we want to know how to get the better of stupidity, we must seek to understand its nature. This much is certain, that it is in essence not an intellectual defect but a human one. There are human beings who are of remarkably agile intellect yet stupid, and others who are intellectually quite dull yet anything but stupid. We discover this to our surprise in particular situations. The impression one gains is not so much that stupidity is a congenital defect, but that, under certain circumstances, people are made stupid or that they allow this to happen to them. We note further that people who have isolated themselves from others or who live in solitude manifest this defect less frequently than individuals or groups of people inclined or condemned to sociability. And so it would seem that stupidity is perhaps less a psychological than a sociological problem. It is a particular form of the impact of historical circumstances on human beings, a psychological concomitant of certain external conditions. Upon closer observation, it becomes apparent that every strong upsurge of power in the public sphere, be it of a political or of a religious nature, infects a large part of humankind with stupidity. It would even seem that this is virtually a sociological-psychological law. The power of the one needs the stupidity of the other. The process at work here is not that particular human capacities, for instance, the intellect, suddenly atrophy or fail. Instead, it seems that under the overwhelming impact of rising power, humans are deprived of their inner independence, and, more or less consciously, give up establishing an autonomous position toward the emerging circumstances. The fact that the stupid person is often stubborn must not blind us to the fact that he is not independent. In conversation with him, one virtually feels that one is dealing not at all with a person, but with slogans, catchwords and the like that have taken possession of him. He is under a spell, blinded, misused, and abused in his very being. Having thus become a mindless tool, the stupid person will also be capable of any evil and at the same time incapable of seeing that it is evil. This is where the danger of diabolical misuse lurks, for it is this that can once and for all destroy human beings.

      ‘Yet at this very point it becomes quite clear that only an act of liberation, not instruction, can overcome stupidity. Here we must come to terms with the fact that in most cases a genuine internal liberation becomes possible only when external liberation has preceded it. Until then we must abandon all attempts to convince the stupid person. This state of affairs explains why in such circumstances our attempts to know what ‘the people’ really think are in vain and why, under these circumstances, this question is so irrelevant for the person who is thinking and acting responsibly. The word of the Bible that the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom declares that the internal liberation of human beings to live the responsible life before God is the only genuine way to overcome stupidity.

      ‘But these thoughts about stupidity also offer consolation in that they utterly forbid us to consider the majority of people to be stupid in every circumstance. It really will depend on whether those in power expect more from people’s stupidity than from their inner independence and wisdom.’
      -Dietrich Bonhoeffer

  3. Stuart Hamish says:

    Was that ‘Carrie Antionette’s advice to the Tory Bourbon King Boris Johnson ? …. play the male feminist and blather on about ‘toxic masculinity ” ..The man who once proclaimed there is ” nothing wrong with being Woke ” is now waxing on the bogus syndrome of ‘toxic masculinity ” ..Is it any wonder the British conservatives are crumbling in electoral popularity .. The Tsarina Catherine the Great launched wars ..so did British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

    • arn says:

      Whenever I see Turdeau i realise that toxic feminity is far more dangerous.

    • The Conservatives, although hopeless, are the best of a bad bunch. The Labour Party doesn’t know which faction it should champion after it abandoned the working class, the Libdems apparently believe in Tinkerbell, and the Greens are now unmasked as anti-humanists fronted by useful idiots. Whatever happened to the Monster Raving Loony Party? I’m sure they would do a better job.


    Oxides of Nitrogen are pollutants and a major contributor to smog. Unless you’re talking about those Nitrogen is not a pollutant.

    • Conrad Ziefle says:

      Well this is the madness of people who are not conversant in chemistry. Carbon is not carbon dioxide. So when you shortcut and use Ebonics in a technical language, you talk nonsense. Nitrogen is not Nitrous oxide. Maybe in a modern society, every high school graduate should have to pass chemistry as well as personal finance. Maybe people who shortcut by speaking of molecules as if they were elements, should be thrown off of social media for misinformation; or maybe put in jail for spreading terrorist propaganda.

    • GreyGeek says:

      The lightening in thunderstorms produces oxides of Nitrogen, which eventually end up as NO3, nitrates, which is a fertilizer for green plants. This helps the photosynthesis cycle, of which mammals are a part.

      Roughly every square inch of the Earth’s surface has 12 lbs (5.5 Kg) of Nitrogen gas pressing down on it. That amounts to 48,173,875,200 lbs per square mile. The Earth’s surface area is 197,000,000 square miles. That means that a total of 9.49e+18 lbs of Nitrogen is pressing down on the Earth’s surface. Anywhere between 6,613,867,865 and 22, 046,226,218 lbs of Nitrogen are fixed into oxides of Nitrogen each year by lightening. Between 6 to 22 billion lbs. In 2015, the latest date for which statistics are available, the U.S. used slightly less than 4.5 billion pounds of explosives. Nitroglycerine, TNT and RDX are the most popular. Only 18% of TNT is Nitrogen, so only about 800,000,000 lbs of Nitrogen was fixed.

      It is ludicrous, bordering on total insanity, to think that regulating a few farmers could affect the total amount of Nitrogen present in the atmosphere, in any form. Regulating 9 billion people? Only in a Marxist authoritarian’s dream.

  5. James Henry says:

    Fools every where. How did the West produce so many fools? Why do we vote for fools?

  6. John Sturges says:

    Claiming nitrogen a toxic substance sounds like Russian/Chinese/Iranian psychological warfare against people who have lost all sense of reality or critical thinking.
    They should do the same for oxygen and we would eliminate all the fools of this world.

  7. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Somehow we went from my generation, the first one to go into the colleges and universities in large numbers. In those days, if you didn’t think, you were kicked out on your head. Now we have a generation that thinks a college is a fundamental human right, even for those incapable of thought.
    Clearly, a large portion of the population has gotten Mad Cow Disease, particularly among the ruling class, as they haven’t absorbed the tiniest scientific fact, and are completely unable to think.
    I don’t like Putin, but somehow he seems to be winning, not only the war in the Ukraine, but it appears that he is also crushing the EU; not hard to do, if you can think. I can see the possibility that those forced into peasantry by the EU might revolt and welcome Putin as their ruler. It might be their only chance to live a fairly reasonable life.

  8. William Tripp says:

    The only time you need to fear nitrogen is if you’re below 3 atmospheres of pressure breathing air from your SCUBA tanks – Nitrogen Narcosis, the Rapture of the Deep!

  9. Bob Janssen says:

    Thank you Michael Peinsipp for bringing our attention to Deitrich Bonhoeffer’s work. The issue of “stupidity beinga a more dangerous enemy of the good than malice” is exceptionally well outlined by Bonhoeffer. The 6 minute video found here [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ww47bR86wSc] is a worthwhile animated overview.

  10. Steve Cooksey says:

    Winter can’t get here fast enough.

  11. Graeme No.3 says:

    And a source of nitrogen oxides is lightning and volcanoes. I suggest that these Gullibles BAN Lightning and put a stopper into each volcano. Surely there are enough of them to carry a big cork up the side and plug the eruption? (No more stupid than most of their ideas).

  12. Tel says:

    This sort of thing would never happen in Canada.

  13. Robert L Gipson says:

    “Nitrogen” is just one more vapid excuse to shut down farms—to engineer a long-planned, calamitous food shortage. There many facets to this plan. The US “government” is in fact doing orchestrating a food shortage in eight (count ‘em, 8) distinct and deliberate ways:

    1. By diverting cropland and precious fertilizer from growing food—to instead grow “biofuels”. They are doing this by force.

    2. By paying farmers to destroy crops, making farmers a Mafia-like ‘offer they can’t refuse’:
    “At first I thought it was bullshit.” https://youtu.be/1eVhjJwl5XM

    3. Union Pacific Railroad (UPR) suddenly, just in time for the 2022 spring planting season, drastically cut (read: **sanctioned**) fertilizer shipments within the US and Canada. Giving no tenable explanation for doing so.
    UPR is owned by **BlackRock**, the monstrous “asset management” corporation which has been aptly called the “fourth branch of government.”

    4. UPR (i.e., Blackrock) has also sanctioned shipments of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) and other farm-critical commodities.

    5. Biden’s sanctions against Russia—by astronomically driving up the costs of both fuel and fertilizer—were in reality sanctions against middle-class Americans. As planned, of course. The sanctions didn’t hurt Russia at all. Of course, the excuse given for the sanctions was Russia’s invasion of Ukraine which was, of course, in response to the US overthrowing, in 2014, the democratically elected government of Ukraine. It was another ruse to hurt Americans. Relatedly, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was recently caught exiting the New York HQ of her true boss, Blackrock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOlx83zqhG0
    She went on Stephen Colbert’s show to discuss her decision to arm Ukraine. Note that in the following video segment beginning at 1:30, she completely contradicts herself in less than one minute. https://youtu.be/aGRVXOMHr_0?t=90

    6. The shutdown of key baby formula manufacturing plants across the US, chief among them being Abbot Laboratories, owned by…Blackrock.

    7. Recent explosions, fires, and plane crashes at nearly two dozen food processing facilities across Canada and the U.S.

    8. Strange deaths of cattle. Following is a video on the recent mysterious *overnight* death of thousands of cattle in Kansas:
    Pay particular attention to the revelation of unprecedented secret meetings the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had with Kansas lawmakers (in January, 2020) on “agricultural threats,” and mysterious drone activity around the same time.

  14. Clive Horridge says:

    The world has gone mad (well the human contingency has at any rate)… fuelled by state propaganda…
    Just look at the misinformation propaganda spewed out by the BBC in this publication… will it ever end? Doubtful…

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