MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
It is obvious to me that those who wish to tamper with mother nature are now more desperate than ever. Winter weather warfare is a primary component of the climate engineering assault. The highly toxic chemical ice nucleation operations are decimating what is yet left of the planets life support systems and the entire web of life.
I know that there are people who will say that what I talk about is conspiracy theory and that it should be taken with a grain of salt but I am here to tell you that this is not conspiracy theory and no matter how many questions I ask, no matter how many times I have warned people and have presented credible guests to speak of the way geoengineering is a billion-dollar business – there are those who have become vicious and obtuse.
Most of them are those who wish to push the global warming agenda and tell me that this is all tied to anthropogenic Climate Change.
The climate changes – it is fact of life – but spikes in temperature, cold snaps with high humidity and bombogenesis, meaning , cyclonic snow hurricanes are peculiar – they are not impossible; however, they seem to be a product of geoengineering.
Indeed, we can point to chemtrails and solar sulfate dimming as one cause but sophisticated weather control technology is now owned by Russia and China.
Our current global climate predictions do not correctly take into account the significant effects of aerosols from wildfires and volcanoes on clouds and on the Earth’s overall energy balance.
This indicates that all of your climate scares are being pushed politically out of greed and those that are falling for it are contributing to our extinction.
Tell your kids that they have a future, only if they can get the dialogue to change and that they tell the politicians that they are well aware of their end game plans of geoengineering us into oblivion.
Speak out against every politician that speaks solely on the platform of creating new jobs relating to wind power and solar – they care nothing about climate or anything else, only filling their pockets with money and using what resources they can for their private jets and lavish lifestyles.
They are hypocrites and criminals and need to be exposed.
Everything nature does is just the sum of chemistry, biology, and physics. It’s completely amoral; it doesn’t care about politics or climate summits or whether or not you are a Global Warming denier. You can’t negotiate with nature and you can’t spin it and you can’t evade its rules.
If they tamper with the climate and accidentally lower the temperatures worldwide we could see a flash freeze similar to what befell the woolly mammoths.
Last year, China admitted that they had plans to drastically expand an experimental weather modification program to cover an area of over 2.1 million square miles — more than 1.5 times the total size of India.
In the next five years, the total area covered by artificial rain or snowfall will reach 224,000 sq. miles.
Something as simple as cloud seeding with ice nucleation technology can boost snowfall across a wide area if the atmospheric conditions are favorable.
Again it is simply a matter of dropping dry ice in a pot of hot water and watch oi explode—a force multiplied can be steered into an area and the havoc could force any area into third world conditions.
As Texas was battered by a Polar Vortex dumping Arctic air into the state and multiple winter storms that left millions of people without electricity and heat, essentially freezing in their own homes, one has to look at this disaster and understand that we live in strange and dangerous times.
They are strange because most people cannot explain how cold storms can find their way so far south and they are dangerous because most people take for granted that their urban sprawl and creature comforts are going to always be there keeping them safe and warm.
I guess we can connect some dots and figure that weather warfare is the reason for the disaster as China is taking part in a bit of schadenfreude as they issued a statement about the Texas disaster.
China’s foreign ministry said that seeing the plight of Americans suffering in a severe winter storm that hit the state of Texas this week reinforced a belief among Chinese citizens that their country is “on the right path”.
Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying made the comments in response to a question from a state media journalist on calls by western countries for an investigation into alleged human rights abuses in its western Xinjiang region.
During her lengthy response, made at a regular ministry news conference, Hua repeated China’s denials of abuse of Muslims in the region, and said that Australia, Canada and the United States had histories of genocide.
But she also contrasted the vulnerability of many Texans with the festive experience of Chinese during the recently-completed Lunar New Year holiday. State and social media in Communist Party-led China frequently draw attention to crises in the United States and other western countries.
“Not to be wanting of food or clothing, not to be hungry or cold, this is the fundamental human right that is the most real,” she said.
“In the meantime in Texas … millions of people found themselves caught in the terrible situation of not having electricity and heating at home, a few tens of people even lost their lives because of this,” she said.
“This gave the Chinese people a deeper appreciation for what is the real human right, and made us believe more strongly that China is on the right path. We are fully confident about our future,” she said.
People are dying and China feels the need to mock the United States saying that they are on the wrong path about how we handle Climate Change and green policies.
Have you ever wondered how we let the Chinese rub our nose in the fact that we wish to remain a constitutional republic and that their underhanded pitch for a communist world includes a climate disaster that could have been created by a bot of atmospheric tweaking?
Just when I thought I was the only one that has been obsessing over Bill Gates interview on 60 Minutes three different alerts were seen in my e-mail that focused on his quest to electrify everything.
As I said on Tuesday, it was either good timing or bad timing that his pitch for green energy was airing at a time when the over 70 % of the United States was digging out of a massive snow and iced storm. He has invested his money into zero carbon projects that feature the manufacture of GMO vegetables, grains, synthetic meats, and clean nuclear power. He has also been the champion for geoengineering which includes air capture and stratospheric aerosol injections to dim the sun, His green project also include a project that puts carbon dioxide in cement –and of course, a basic project that includes solar and wind energy.
His message was that we need to electrify everything that currently uses fossil fuels to generate energy.
This has become the dominant message of the energy transition proposed in the Great reset. The technocrats argue that Solar, wind, and energy storage — perhaps with the help of hydropower and some nuclear — can handle the energy needs of mankind, the argument goes, and do it with a much lower carbon footprint.
Yet, the Arctic cold wave that is sweeping across the United States has seriously undermined this argument.
Natural gas prices exploded last week in many parts of the U.S. and are still rising higher, as are electricity prices.
In Texas, a state unaccustomed to such weather, wholesale electricity prices hit $9,000 per MWh on the spot market, prompting at least one retail power supplier to urge its clients to switch to another provider to avoid huge utility bills.
On Monday, a nuclear power plant had to shut one of two reactors down, halving its 2,700 megawatts of generating capacity. The plant, which operates on a 12,200-acre site west of the Colorado River about 90 miles southwest of Houston, provides power for more than two million homes.
How is it possible that a nuclear power plant in Texas had to shutter operations due to freezing weather, but nuclear power plants can operate without disruption in Russia?
The answer is simple – the South Texas Nuclear Power Station failed to winterize its facilities. After all, whoever thought Arctic conditions would be seen in on the Gulf of Mexico?
I don’t know many times I have pointed out that some of these storms appear to have the tell tale signs of being geoenegineered only to be shot down by people who say “it is winter Clyde what do you expect? I will believe you when it snows in August.
Well, would you believe me if it snows in a place where no one was prepared because storms of this kind just don’t happen near the Gulf of Mexico?
I warned of Dark Winter last May –and it unfolded in the most brutal way – especially in the state of Texas.
Bill Gates said last Sunday that there is an even bigger blow on the way and I am sure it has something to do with the power grid – probably a cyber-attack.
Hackers remotely accessed the water treatment plant of a small Florida city last week and briefly changed the levels of lye in the drinking water, in the kind of critical infrastructure intrusion that cybersecurity experts have long warned about.
The attack in Oldsmar, a city of 15,000 people in the Tampa Bay area, was caught before it could inflict harm.
On the website of the World Economic Forum there is a section where a tabletop discussion on a Cyber Pandemic is featured indicating that it is probable that these types of attacks can happen rendering legacy systems vulnerable to shutdown,
There have been countless warnings from experts who spoke of Dark Winter – whistle blowers that gave warning that weather systems could knock out power and shut down energy wells.
In Texas, ERCOT officials said that the Texas power grid was “seconds and minutes” away from a catastrophic failure that could have left Texans in the dark for months. They should know: ERCOT is the entity that operates the power grid that covers most of the state.
The Texas Tribune reports that as millions of customers throughout the state begin that have power restored after days of massive blackouts, officials with the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, said Texas was dangerously close to a worst-case scenario: a massive blackout that would have lasted for months – not days or weeks, but months.
If the grid had gone totally offline, the physical damage to power infrastructure from overwhelming the grid would take months to repair, said Bernadette Johnson, senior vice president of power and renewables at Enverus, an oil and gas software and information company headquartered in Austin.
“As chaotic as it was, the whole grid could’ve been in blackout,” she said. “ERCOT is getting a lot of heat, but the fact that it wasn’t worse is because of those grid operators.” If that had occurred, even as power generators recovered from the cold, ERCOT would have been unable to quickly reconnect them back to the grid, Johnson said.
And since nobody can disprove a negative, one just has to take them at their word that dozens of people died so that millions more could live… or something.
Grid operators would have needed to slowly and carefully bring generators and customers back online, all the while taking care to not to cause more damage to the grid. It’s a delicate process, Johnson explained, because each part of the puzzle — the generators producing power, the transmission lines that move the power and the customers that use it — must be carefully managed.
“It has to balance constantly,” she said. “Once a grid goes down, it’s hard to bring it back online. If you bring on too many customers, then you have another outage.”
And while that may justify the widespread blackouts, it does not explain why the Texas grid was so under-prepared for just this scenario. ERCOT officials have repeatedly said that the winter storm that swept the state caught power generators off guard.
The good news is that the Texas nightmare is coming to an end: ERCOT said it made “significant progress” overnight Wednesday to restore customer power to many Texans, and remaining power outages are likely due to ice storm damage to the distribution system. Some areas that were taken offline will also need to be restored manually, according to ERCOT.
ERCOT warned that emergency conditions remain, and that “some level of rotating outages” may be necessary over the coming days to keep the grid stable.
There’s also talk of an agriculture disaster in Texas as its citrus crop could amount to significant losses. The impact of the cold weather and storms won’t be realized for another few weeks. Growers are already warning that crop losses could be substantial. Since Texas is the nation’s third-largest citrus-producing state behind California and Florida, a loss in crop could result in skyrocketing prices – comes at a time when many Americans are dealing with soaring food inflation. At the same time, others can barely afford to pay rent and feed their families.
The worst is likely over as warmer temperatures could be seen by the weekend. But for weeks after, Texas will be dealing with a multitude of problems related to a power grid collapse that is still ongoing.
Blackouts are going to be a fact of life in Texas for a while longer with millions of households across Texas are still without power.
The situation is dire as some parts of the state with many areas looking like a third world nation, with people lining up for water and food – some do not even have enough fuel to keep their generators running.
Authorities, meanwhile, are urging people to conserve energy by limiting their consumption. ERCOT has said the blackouts will be rolling, lasting for 45 minutes per area. This may not be a lot, but it does indicate the presence of a problem.
It may also indicate that in an emergency – this can happen anywhere at any time.
Let this be a warning to everyone in the United States – the grid is vulnerable and with the transition to electrify everything a major storm, a cyber-attack, a Carrington event or an EMP can throw us into a dangerous situation.
Texas was not prepared for this – why? Because winter storms of this magnitude are not normal for them.
A blackout of massive proportions almost hit Europe earlier this year. The fact that the catastrophe was avoided was lucky, but the event highlighted two problems: over-reliance on intermittent solar and wind power, and a possibly excessive interconnectedness of the continent’s national grids.
Speaking of Europe, its solar power production has dropped to zero these days. No country except Slovenia is producing solar power right now, and Slovenia’s production is a meager less than 1 percent of its total generation. Wind power is going strong in most of Europe, but solar is out.
In Sweden, even wind power production is low because wind activity is low. So Sweden, which has ambitions to become all-renewable by 2040, is seeing a jump in electricity prices to the highest since 2011 and is urging people to conserve energy by reducing their consumption. Incidentally, it is also importing electricity from countries such as Poland and Lithuania, which generate it from coal, compromising Sweden’s green commitment.
This is telling us — in no uncertain terms — that the lack of diversification is the opposite of wise. It is as true of electricity supply as it is of economies and businesses. Total electrification and the shutting out of fossil fuels completely will mean blackouts. It is as simple as that.
It is great to have many alternatives – but to shut down one fossil fuels entirely appears to not be good idea.
Because while the energy generated by the Sun and the wind comes free, it cannot be summoned when you need it, and even combined with energy storage, it will be insufficient.
Bill Gates telling us that zero carbon is the way of the future is obviously short sided and dangerous. I am not against finding alternatives and choices for everything – but eliminating all uses of fossil fuels is obviously a mistake.
The biggest takeaway from the largest controlled blackout in American history is that trust in private corporations and government to manage your well-being is set to collapse even further. Parts of Texas are effectively a third-world country this week – maybe being a prepper and storing a few cans of beans, a couple of coins of silver, a few Bitcoins, some ammunition, a generator, and clean water might not be a bad idea.