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Unliveable Series

Thursday, 22 July 2021 Frost and snow in Australia South Africa, and Brazil: After China's record-busting floods, a Typhoon and Tropical Storm are next: Dubai "seeding" the clouds desperate for rain: Extreme weather continues to wreak havoc across the planet as climate change becomes, "CLIMATE CHANGED!"

Extreme weather continues to wreak havoc across the planet with farmers, agriculture, wildlife, and humans all taking a hit on the chin from the unusually bad weather.

Unusual and unseasonal cold, record-breaking heat and droughts, wildfires, and killer floods are creating absolute havoc in the summer of 2021 as climate change becomes, "CLIMATE CHANGED!"

Unusual freezing temperatures and frost have harmed and damaged trees which will affect next year's coffee crops in many parts of Brazil. The country has suffered all year with drought and flooding and the cold snap is the final slap in the face for coffee producers.

Our "Kristallnacht" has begun ...The fight has begun before most of us even realised it. This morning President Biden announced to the world that: "There is a pandemic of unvaccinated people in the US!" He is only one of government leaders world-wide using unvaccinated people as a tool for propaganda and the hate will increase the longer we refuse to be "coerced" into receiving the vaccine.

The unvaccinated people will become "locked down." We will be intimidated, discriminated against and controlled with fear, which is illegal in the West but, against the unvaccinated it will be allowed. How many of you, "anti-vaxxers," which is what we are being called, are prepared for what is coming, I wonder?


Bugaloo 2021

The Russian military has something very special and NATO is desperate to get its hands on it.

There is probably a very sinister reason the Russians didn't want NATO ships anywhere near the waters of the Kerch Strait just South of the Crimea, in the Black Sea. A new report by Russia Today has claimed a Dutch navy ship is the latest NATO ship intercepted by fighter jets in the Black Sea on the 24 of June, in an area where just the day before more than 20 Russian aircraft and two coastguard ships shadowed HMS Defender as it was sailing off the coast of Crimea. A patrol ship fired warning shots and a jet dropped bombs in the Royal Naval ship's path.

These encounters go on all the time between NATO and Russia but the specific area Russia is defending so aggressively and NATO is so determined to enter, has a rather strange history. 


Plagues

A punishing drought in the U.S. West is drying up waterways, sparking wildfires and leaving farmers scrambling for water. Next up: a plague of voracious grasshoppers. Federal agriculture officials are launching what could become their largest grasshopper-killing campaign since the 1980s amid an outbreak of the drought-loving insects that cattle ranchers fear will strip bare public and private rangelands.

In central Montana’s Phillips County, more than 50 miles (80 kilometres) from the nearest town, Frank Wiederrick said large numbers of grasshoppers started showing up on prairie surrounding his ranch in recent days.

Already they’re beginning to denude trees around his house. “They’re everywhere,” Wiederrick said.



Volcanoes
Cots, tents, and respirator masks poured into the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent as officials expected to start distributing them on Saturday, a day after a powerful explosion at La Soufriere volcano uprooted the lives of thousands of people who evacuated their homes under government orders.

Nations ranging from Antigua to Guyana offered help by either shipping emergency supplies to their neighbour or agreeing to temporarily open their borders to the roughly 16,000 evacuees fleeing ash-covered communities with as many personal belongings as they could stuff into suitcases and backpacks.



Major Quakes

Thursday, 22 July 2021 While extreme weather wreaks havoc worldwide a strong quake rocks Panama City: Last night's major quake is the 8th of July and by far the biggest. The total number of major quakes, (mag 6 or higher) so far in 2021 is 85.

While extreme weather wreaks havoc worldwide major earthquakes, (mag or higher) have shrunk into the geological background in recent months. By early March 2021, 42 major quakes, mag 6 or higher had rocked the planet in just 65 days, and we were well on the way to recording the highest number of major quakes ever recorded in a year which at the moment is 207 in 2011, the year of the Fukushima disaster.

What made the incredible number in March even more exciting was that the majority of the major quakes, (mag 6 or higher) had been located along the eastern margin of the Australia plate. 27 of them in fact.

When you consider, the same period in 1921, a hundred years earlier to the day, only 7 major quakes, mag 6 or higher, "35" less had been recorded globally according to the USGS Data Base.


Extreme Weather

Last week it was Europe when almost 200 people died from record-breaking rainfall after record amounts of rain burst river banks in the areas and it was the speed of the rising water which caught many people unprepared. Governments and authorities are failing to warn and prepare people beforehand, that's because these extreme events are happening too rapidly for governments to react. This week it's China when a year's rainfall fell in a couple of hours.

Zhengzhou saw 624mm of rainfall on Tuesday, with a third of that amount falling between 16:00 and 17:00 alone, which "smashed historical records". It forecasted that parts of the region would continue to see "severe or extremely severe storms" and that the heavy rain would likely only end on Thursday. Many factors contribute to flooding, but a warming atmosphere caused by climate change makes extreme rainfall more likely.


Hurricanes and cyclones

Category 5 Monster! Cyclone Yasa has intensified to a top-of-the-scale Category Five storm, with devastating gusts of up to 280 kilometres per hour (174 miles per hour) and is on track to hit Fiji late Thursday: Around two-thirds of the island nation's population of 900,000 are in its path.

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Fijians living in the path of an approaching super cyclone were told to hunker down at home or flee to emergency shelters immediately on Wednesday, as authorities warned the storm has the potential to uproot buildings and cause mass destruction. The Fiji Meteorological Service said Cyclone Yasa had intensified to a top-of-the-scale Category Five storm, with devastating gusts of up to 280 kilometres per hour (174 miles per hour). It was on track to hit Fiji late Thursday and the National Disaster Management Office said around two-thirds of the island nation's population of 900,000 are in its path. 



Spaceweather

Solar Cycle 25 is at its fledgling stage and is predicted to be very quiet, (a grand solar minimum). NASA has predicted Solar Cycle 25 will be the quietest solar cycle since the years 1650, to 17oo which is called the Maunder Minimum and is also known as "the mini ice age.". Many experts are also predicting Solar Cycle 25, (which will last for roughly eleven years) will bring record cold and other extreme weather to the planet causing an even more difficult period for crops and agriculture.

This month we have witnessed some horrendous weather on the planet with record-breaking floods, heat, droughts, and wildfires, and June 2021 was the warmest June ever recorded. 


Manmade disasters
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Dr Steven Greer went live TODAY at 6PM EST to discuss how you can be part of the 20th Anniversary of the Disclosure Project National Press Club Event.

WEBINAR: DISCLOSURE 2.0 ! APRIL 25, 2021 1p-6p Pacific Time (Phoenix) Join Dr Steven Greer with special guests -Carol Rosin (spokesperson for Wernher von Braun who invented the rocket), - -Constitutional Attorney Daniel Sheehan, -Paola Harris with an expose on a NEW ET crash retrieval case bigger than Roswell in significance,


Climate Change 

Saturday, 24 July 2021 Unliveable Series! Climate chaos continues: A week of record-breaking rainfall around the globe continued yesterday when an incredible "600 mm, 24 inches" of rain-drenched Maharashtra India in just 24 hours killing at least 110 people and more rain is forecast

A week of record-breaking rainfall around the globe continued yesterday when an incredible 600 mm, 24 inches of rain drenched Maharashtra India in just 24 hours killing at least 110 people with many more people missing.

Most of the deaths came from landslides, hundreds of villages were overwhelmed, sweeping away houses and leaving residents stranded according to the BBC.

The incredible deluge was the heaviest spell of rain in the area for decades. India is enduring its monsoon season but this amount of rain has not been witnessed by a generation.


Disease

Monday, 5 April 2021 It's impossible to know just how many pigs have died from the disease but it is thought to be hundreds of millions: China's second wave of African swine fever has killed almost 10 million pigs in the first 3 months of 2021

It's impossible to know just how many pigs have died from the disease but it is thought to be hundreds of millions.

According to a report by ABC, the second wave of African swine fever (ASF) is estimated to have killed almost 10 million pigs in China since the start of the year, detailing the country's plans to rebuild its national herd. New variants of the pig-killing disease African swine fever have emerged in Asia. Hundreds of millions of pigs were killed by the disease in the last couple of years, in China, Asia and Europe reducing the world's stock by more than 40%. The first reported outbreak of the disease was in August 2018 and within a year it had spread to multiple countries.

Animal Die-Offs

Thursday, 15 July 2021 Unliveable! “Described by local environmentalists as the biggest ecological tragedy recorded on the coast of Baja California Sur.” Thousands of tonnes of dead sardines, as well as other fish and marine life, washed up on the northern Pacific coast over the weekend (Video)

Thousands of tonnes of dead sardines, as well as other fish and marine life, washed up on the northern Pacific coast of Baja California Sur over the weekend in an event described by local environmentalists as the state’s worst-ever marine ecological tragedy.

Massive quantities of sardines as well as smaller amounts of other fish such as combers and anchovies along with sea cucumbers and lobsters, some of which were still alive, washed up on beaches on Sebastián Vizcaíno Bay, located off the northwest coast of the municipality of Mulegé. According to local media reports, about 15 kilometers of coastline were covered with dead sardines that attracted hungry seagulls and even coyotes. Locals told the newspaper El Sudcaliforniano that the event was unprecedented in terms of its magnitude.


Environment

In an incredible disregard for life, the US Navy has used a 40,000lb explosive to test a warship in 'Full Ship Shock Trial.'

The United States Navy has been carrying out 'Full Ship Shock Trials' off the country's east coast. The 40,000lb (18,143kg) explosion was detonated as part of a test to assess the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford's ability to withstand battle conditions. The US Geological Survey registered the explosion as a 3.9 magnitude earthquake. Following the trials, the warship will return to a dry dock to undergo modernisation, maintenance and repairs.



Wildfires

“We used to say ‘unprecedented and historic.’ We’re past that now.” Sugar fire becomes California’s first ‘megafire’ of the year as the Dixie fire triples in size; California experienced a record wildfire season in 2020 but 2021 is already outpacing it

As the Dixie fire in Butte County balloons in size, the Sugar fire burning in Plumas National Forest north of Sacramento has become the first 100,000-acre fire in California this year. The lightning-sparked Sugar fire ignited July 2 and quickly swelled in size as crews battled extreme temperatures and strong gusts of wind.

In the days that followed, spot fires and flareups made it difficult for firefighters to gain a footing on the blaze, officials said. At one point, it grew with such velocity that its massive cloud of smoke, ash, and heat generated its own lightning.


Religion

Wednesday, 7 July 2021 The Cosmic Hoax: An Expose! The fascist and covert powers that divide humanity, create endless war and hide their "technologies" to destruct the earth are truly exposed: The truth is finally out there, or is a new deception is on the cards?

Whether you believe in extraterrestrials or interdimensionals, aliens, angels and fallen angels, demons or just man-made flying crafts, UFO's have been finally "normalised" after years and years of toe-curling cover-ups and cringeworthy denials by the US governments.


People who dare to write articles about this phenomenon can finally do so without being called a nutjob, a tin hatted conspiracy theorist or threatened by strange government agents wearing dark sunglasses and dressed in black suits! It's 2021 folks, the US government has finally acknowledged something is out there and nobody cares!

After 75 years of lies cover-ups and 75 years of a desperate public demanding truth and disclosure... Well, it came and went with the impact of a stale fart in an empty room. It's official, UFO's, the existence of unidentified flying objects using technology more advanced than human capabilities has been proved “beyond a reasonable doubt”. 



Photo of the day
A letter from Holland: Unusual skies this week in the Amsterdam region as the world enters lockdown: Libertine, tolerant and free Amsterdam is at this moment just like the rest of the world, empty as the Covid-19 threat takes hold
This time of the year where I live, just north of Amsterdam on the Dutch West Coast we are usually inundated with tourists from all over Europe but not this year. Libertine, tolerant and free Amsterdam is at this moment just like the rest of the world, empty. The cannabis selling coffee shops, sex shops and bars have all been closed down due to the coronavirus, these places are only used by tourists anyway.

As I walk my dog every day I come across only occasional other dog walkers or runners who are only too ready to distance themselves from me, eying me with caution. Empty busses pass me by as do the occasional automobile, however, Holland wouldn't be Holland without bicycles and scooters and, this is the mode of transport at the moment, especially for the kids.