Global warming or cooling? Or end of days sign?
Over the past months we have seen a number of weather-related disasters hit the world. In July there were devastating floods in parts of western Germany and Belgium after two months’ worth of rain fell in two days. Parts of China suffered their heaviest rain in 1000 years, flooding cities and farmland and doing major damage to dams. Nearly a million hectares of farmland was submerged, killing millions of animals, leaving no food or water for millions of people. Torrential rains also flooded parts of USA, India, Japan, Turkey, New Zealand. Hurricane Ida devastated parts of America from Louisiana up to New York.
The west coast of America and the Mediterranean region were hit with extreme heat triggering huge fires in both regions. One of the most catastrophic droughts in history has hit the west coast of America causing crop failures and animal deaths in Canada, USA and Mexico. There have also been severe droughts in parts of Africa, in Iran and Siberia.
Whenever such an event happens it is followed by warning from politicians and the media that ‘catastrophic man-made warming’ threatens our future. This means we must cut down on carbon emissions to save the world or face possible extinction. Angela Merkel’s response to the German floods was to say that governments would have to go faster in their efforts to tackle climate change.
After surveying damage caused by Storm Ida President Biden said ‘Climate change poses an existential threat to our lives, to our economy.’ John Kerry, US special envoy for the Climate, said “The climate crisis is the test of our own times, as acute and as existential as any previous one. Time is running out,” he said. He called the Cop26 climate conference scheduled to take place in Glasgow this November “a pivotal moment” and 2021 “a decisive year”, as the world must get to grips with the climate crisis and rapidly slash emissions in the 2020s to have a chance of a safe future. In preparation for this conference the UN’s IPCC released a document calling for drastic action to save the world from catastrophic global warming. Pope Francis, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew issued a statement calling on people of all faiths to take action to halt the devastating impacts of climate change.
I agree with the environmental cause in relation to looking after the natural world. We should not be burning down forests, dumping plastic waste in the oceans and wiping out animal species and habitats. It is true that the world faces a number of environmental challenges with life threatening droughts, floods and fires taking place. But the one size fits all explanation that all this is caused by humans burning fossil fuels and therefore the answer is to stop doing this does not add up.
The global warming narrative is that burning fossil fuels (coal, oil, gas) has created a heat blanket that traps hot air on the earth and is causing the temperatures to rise, the so-called ‘greenhouse effect’. Computer models predict rises of up to 4 degrees Celsius by the end of the century if we do not stop using fossil fuels. This would make life impossible in many parts of the earth.
Atmospheric scientists Dr. Gerhard Kramm, Dr. Ralph Dlugi, and Dr. Nicole Mölders have published a paper in the journal Natural Science that debunks the greenhouse effect equation, which they say is “based on physically irrelevant assumptions and its results considerably disagree with observations.” I have a copy of this for those who are technically minded.
The earth’s climate is incredibly complex. The sun, ocean currents and wind direction have a much greater impact on the weather than human burning of fossil fuels. Changes in these show there have been warmer periods in the past and much colder periods. This happened at times when there was no electricity or transport systems dependent on burning coal, oil or gas.
The weather appears to have been warmer in the time of the Roman Empire and in the Medieval Warm Period. Then they were growing grapes for winemaking in the north of England (not possible today). When the Vikings sailed to Greenland in around 1000 AD, the climate there was mild enough to grow barley.
During the Little Ice Age from 1303 to 1860 there were times when the Thames at London Bridge froze so thick that ice fairs were held on it and the sea around Holland froze. One of the causes of the French Revolution in 1789 was the very cold summers that preceded it, causing poor harvests, with a result that the people were starving. None of these changes in the weather had anything to do with human burning of fossil fuels.
What’s happening now?
It is not true that there is universal warming taking place on earth now. Cooling trends have been reported worldwide. A recent study suggests temperatures in the South China Sea are colder now than at any time in the past 6000 years as average temperatures in Japan and north east China have cooled modestly. Europe, North America and Asia had record cold weather last winter which continued into the spring, causing serious problems for farmers. Despite very hot weather in parts of the Mediterranean much of Europe experienced wetter and cooler weather than average in the summer of 2021. In Africa the Kenyan government has warned of an ‘acute maize shortage’ in the coming year, due to reduced rainfall and unusually cold temperatures. Winds whipping up from Antarctica have brought snow and very cold weather to South America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand in their winter months this year and are now continuing into the southern spring. Record cold hit Brazil as heavy frosts have ravaged sugar cane, coffee and corn crops.
Ice locked at the Earth’s poles is growing, confounding the predictions of global warming causing ice free passages through the Arctic Ocean. Large areas of Greenland gained record levels of snow and ice this year. The North Atlantic, Pacific and Southern Oceans are cooling and glaciers are thickening and gaining mass. Early falls of snow hit the mountains in India and the Alps in Europe, where ski areas opened earlier than usual after heavy deposits of snow. Despite the claims of the IPCC average earth temperatures have actually cooled by 0.7 degrees Celsius since 2016.
The main drivers of the weather are the sun, wind direction and ocean currents. Changes in all of these are taking place and affecting our weather now and humans are powerless to make any difference to these. One such change is the absence of sunspots leading to a ‘solar minimum’ in the next decade. This causes colder weather and affects the direction of the jet stream. Instead of flowing in a generally straight line from west to east, the solar minimum causes the jet stream to flow in a wavy direction, bringing very hot weather from the tropics to some parts and very cold weather from the poles to others. For information on this watch a short video ‘The changing jet stream’ on Electroverse website.
There are also changes in ocean currents affecting the weather especially the el Nino / la Nina phenomenon in the Pacific Ocean. When la Nina happens it sends cold water to the surface of the Pacific which affects climate bringing colder weather. La Nina is happening now.
The politics of global warming
This kind of information generally does not feature in what people are told by the government, at school, university or on the mainstream media. They send out a consistent message that humanity is threatened by ‘catastrophic global warming’ and therefore we need to change the way we live by cutting down (or cutting out) the use of fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas) to create electricity and transport systems. The way to do this is through some kind of global government overruling national governments.
The UN is actively promoting this idea. UN Secretary General Guterres gave his ‘Common Agenda’ speech to the General Assembly on September 10th. He painted a picture of a world facing a perfect storm of simultaneous crises, including the pandemic and climate change, and called for ‘multilateralism with teeth.’ This means globalist governance bodies would claim binding legal authority over what they call ‘global public goods,’ by taking power and control from national governments to itself. He promoted a ‘Common Agenda’ with centralised planning at a global level (Agenda 21 / 30).
It is interesting that almost all leaders of western nations (including Boris Johnson’ have said they want to ‘Build back better’ after the Covid crisis. ‘Build back better’ is a slogan used by the World Economic Forum in what they call the ‘Great Reset.’ but the reality is that they want what they have called a ‘Global Reset’.
One of the leading lights in this programme is Klaus Schwab. I have written about him in previous editions of this magazine, with information on the ‘Great Reset’ proposed by World Economic Forum. This brings together leaders of government, industry, media and education, to work for a global solution to global problems. Schwab says this will ‘only come about through some form of effective global governance.' Dice que esto creará ‘a new social contract that honours the dignity of every human being.’ In other words, his ‘Great Reset’ is an updated blueprint for the New World Order and world government. He also made the connection between the Covid crisis and the ‘Green New Deal’: ‘At first glance, the pandemic and the environment might seem to be only distantly related cousins; but they are much closer and more intertwined than we think.’
One of the connections is that both issues make people afraid of something that is going to destroy their lives (Covid or global warming), unless ‘global governance’ steps in and saves us. This will result in a reduced population, which submits to the control of a global government backed by an all-seeing technology taking control of our homes, our money, our thoughts and our social lives.
Here are a few quotations to show that this has been something wealthy globalists have been working on for some time.
In the 1993 Club of Rome Report, ‘The First Global Revolution’, we read: “In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill…. All these dangers are caused by human intervention….and thus the “real enemy, then, is humanity itself. Humanity requires a common motivation, namely a common adversary in order to realise world government. It does not matter if this common enemy is “a real one or….one invented for the purpose.”
Ottmar Edenhofer — 2008 to 2015 Co-Chair of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): “We redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy…Basically it’s a big mistake to discuss climate policy separately from the major themes of globalization…One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with environmental policy anymore.
Dr. John Holdren, Obama’s Science Czar – “A transnational “Planetary Regime” should assume control of the global economy and also dictate the most intimate details of Americans’ lives — using an armed international police force.” (His book, “Ecoscience” in 1977)
Daniel Botkin — emeritus professor: “The only way to get our society to truly change is to frighten people with the possibility of a catastrophe.”
Young people have been told that their future is at stake and so many have joined environmental activist groups wanting governments to bring in the Green New Deal now in order to save the world. They are motivated by fear of the future and unaware that they are foot soldiers for very wealthy power brokers who want to impose a new form of tyranny upon the world. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest person ever to serve in the US Congress, has said, “The world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change.” The teenage activist Greta Thunberg told world leaders in 2019 “How dare you – you have stolen my dreams and my childhood”.
Many like Greta Thunberg are calling for an extreme response, moving to zero carbon burning now. The only way to get there is to shut down our society, ban cars and planes, bring in a radical change in agriculture, industry and transport which would soon lead to no food, no jobs, no money and freezing to death in the winter. Even the partial measures being proposed will lead to a reduction in ability to travel, and an increase in poverty and joblessness. Costly green measures will contribute to economic decline of western nations and an increase in the poverty of the developing world.
Meanwhile China will not cut back on carbon emissions. China’s ‘carbon footprint’ is growing at the fastest rate for more than a decade, as the country burns a record high of 12 billion tonnes of CO2. China is planning to build 43 new coal fired power stations and steel works in 2021, which is the equivalent to the annual carbon production of the Netherlands. It needs this to support its output of goods which it then exports to the rest of the world.
So China puts up its ‘carbon footprint’ while Europe and North America reduce theirs by shutting down factories. As a result, there is a transfer of wealth and power from the west to China. In the process western nations are coming more and more under the kind of technocratic control system now existing in China. This is pushing the world towards the antichrist agenda.
Bible prophecy and the environment
The Bible does indicate that there will be a crisis in the environment in the last days, with an increase in earthquakes, famines and natural disasters.
Isaiah 24.5-6 says:
In Romans 8 we read, ‘the whole creation groans and labours with birth pangs’ as it ‘eagerly waits for the revealing of the sons of God’ (this means the 2nd coming of Jesus).
Jesus spoke of the time of the end, when
Many of the calamities described in Bible prophecy do not imply man-made disasters, but cosmic shaking of the earth, with judgements from God poured out. One of the things Jesus speaks of is signs in the sun, moon and stars. There are some interesting things to note on this subject.
Solar flares (signs in the sun) may be linked to the prophecy in Revelation 8.7. ‘The first angel sounded: And hail and fire followed, mingled with blood, and they were thrown to the earth. And a third of the trees were burned up, and all green grass was burned up.’
An article in Prophecy News Watch comments on this:
Signs in the moon. NASA (North American Space Agency) has noted is a potential ‘wobble’ or slight shift in the moon’s orbit which could happen soon. They say a moon “wobble” will cause higher tides than usual leading to an increase in flooding of coastal regions (including cities like London and New York) in the mid-2030s. As a result, we would see ‘the sea and the waves roaring.’
Signs in the stars (bodies in space). News has just in of a very large comet entering solar system. It will come by earth in the next few years, and hopefully it will not hit earth. However, governments are looking at the possibility of an asteroid strike, again something which lines up with the prophecy of Revelation 8: ‘And something like a great mountain burning with fire was thrown into the sea, and a third of the sea became blood. And a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed.'
Signs in the heavens, sun, moon and stars!
These things will happen during the great tribulation period, as a divine judgement on a world that is shaking its fist at God. We are beginning to see the forerunners of these events taking place as the earth is shaken by disasters. Jesus said when you see these things begin to take place,
We are not going to stop these things from happening. Certainly, the measures proposed to save the world from ‘global warming’ will have no effect on the catastrophes which the Bible says are coming on the earth in the last days of this age. The only answer will be the intervention of our Creator, as the Lord Jesus returns to put right what is going wrong with our world and cause the earth to be ‘full of the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea.’ Let us then prepare our hearts to welcome the coming Messiah, Yeshua, our Creator and Redeemer and soon coming King.