California Wildfires Fuel Globalist Agenda

Written by Steve Byas   At least 40 people have died, and more than 3,500 homes and other buildings have been destroyed by the wildfires sweeping through Northern California. While the cause of the blazes which began October 8 remains unsettled, those desirous of more governmental control over the private economy are using the tragic…

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Red Red Flag Warning: These California Wildfires Are ‘Among The Most Destructive Fire Events In US History’ And They Are About To Get Even Worse

 By Michael Snyder, on October 11th, 2017 The wildfires that are roaring through northern California are already “among the most destructive fire events in U.S. history”, and by the time it is all said and done this could be the worst wildfire season in the history of the state.  So far, fires have scorched more…

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Dozens die as wildfires ravage Portugal and Spain

16 Oct 2017 MORE ON PORTUGAL Dozens die as wildfires ravage Portugal and Spainyesterday Portugal and Spain hit by deadly wildfires in Hurricane Opheliayesterday Portugal charges 18 police with ‘torture’ of black men3 months ago Chile beat Portugal to reach Confederations Cup final3 months ago At least 32 people, including a one-month infant, have died in…

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Mongolia: The nomads risking it all

Mongolian herders shift their entire lives across frozen rivers and through 2,000 metre-high mountain passes. 25 Sep 2017 14:41 GMT Environment, Mongolia, Asia “We’re the generation that’s been abandoned since the end of communism.” Like many other former gold and jade hunters in Mongolia, Lagva is struggling to make a living since mines across the country have been shut…

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Dicing with death on the rivers of Vietnam and Laos

Bamboo harvesters navigate rapids on rafts while Lao fishermen risk death casting their nets into a roaring waterfall. 16 Oct 2017 13:41 GMT Poverty & Development, Vietnam, Laos, Asia There are two staples of Vietnamese life: rice and bamboo for its many uses. The province of Thanh Hoa has one of the largest bamboo forests in Southeast Asia, with…

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West Point, Air Force Academy rocked by scandals, former professors criticise leadership

Published time: 18 Oct, 2017 02:35 Get short URL © Mike Segar / Reuters   42 Cadets at two major US military academies are currently under criminal investigation as former professors at West Point and Annapolis have criticized senior leadership at the schools for failing their cadets. AIR FORCE ACADEMY Two separate investigations are being…

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The FBI’s Hunt for Two Missing Piglets Reveals the Federal Cover-Up of Barbaric Factory Farms

Glenn Greenwald October 5 2017, 8:05 p.m. This article includes graphic images some readers may find disturbing. FBI AGENTS ARE devoting substantial resources to a multistate hunt for two baby piglets that the bureau believes are named Lucy and Ethel. The two piglets were removed over the summer from the Circle Four Farm in Utah by animal rights activists who had entered…

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Will Italy’s Ominous Supervolcano Erupt Soon?

Phlegrean Fields is waking up. Scientists are trying to predict what it will do next, and what its unrest means for volcanoes worldwide By Barbie Latza Nadeau on October 12, 2017 Solfatara volcanic crater near Naples Credit: J-Wildman Getty Images POZZUOLLI, Italy—Tragedy struck at the Solfatara volcano crater north of Naples a few weeks ago. An 11-year-old boy climbed over…

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What fueled California’s lethal wildfires that seemed to come out of nowhere?

Doyle Rice, USA TODAYPublished 5:01 p.m. ET Oct. 10, 2017    Californians weep over wildfire devastation As fast-moving wildfires spark evacuations and devastate communities, California residents shared these first-hand videos. USA TODAY (Photo: Rich Pedroncelli, AP) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDIN 13COMMENTEMAILMORE A brutal combination of ferocious winds and near-record low humidity fueled the deadly wildfires that are scorching northern California’s wine…

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Delingpole: Man-Made Climate Catastrophe Is a Myth, More Studies Confirm

From the world of science – as opposed to grant-troughing junk science – two more studies confirming that the man-made global warming scare is a myth. One, a study by Scafetta et al, published in International Journal of Heat and Technology, confirms that the “Pause” in global warming is real – and that “climate change” is much…

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