Monday, December 7, 2020

Event Update For 2020-12-06

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2020-12-06 - Unknown illness sickens 300+ people, kills 1, in Eluru (India), seizures, loss of consciousness, nausea:

Quote: "An unidentified illness has hospitalized more than 300 people in southeastern India, including one who has died, according to local officials investigating the cases. Patients in the city of Eluru, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, reported a range of symptoms including seizures, loss of consciousness and some nausea over the weekend, said Dolla Joshi Roy, the district surveillance officer of Eluru's West Godavari District."

2020-12-06 - Mysterious overnight explosion alarms people in Bath (Britain):

2020-12-06 - Gas plant heavily damaged by massive fire and explosions just outside San Salvador (El Salvador):

2020-12-06 - Climate change now top threat to natural World Heritage sites:

2020-12-06 - California water futures begin trading amid fear of scarcity:

Quote: "Water joined gold, oil and other commodities traded on Wall Street, highlighting worries that the life-sustaining natural resource may become scarce across more of the world."

2020-12-06 - Exxon holds back on technology that could slow climate change:

2020-12-06 - Should scientists artificially cool the planet to stave off climate catastrophe?

Note: Who says that's not ALREADY being done?

2020-12-06 - Cargo ship bursts into flame on the Han River in Seoul (South Korea):

Note: This is the 1295th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-06 - Soccer team bus bursts into flame near Komatevo (Bulgaria):

Note: This is the 355th bus to burn in 2020...

2020-12-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Hume Motorway in Eagle Vale (Australia):

2020-12-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the N21 near coastal Limerick (Ireland), cattle killed:

2020-12-06 - Tractor bursts into flame on Burn Butts Lane in Hutton Cranswick (Britain):

Quote: "Burn Butts Lane, Hutton Cranswick. Sun 6 Dec 2020 09:41 (No:022962) Tractor on fire. 1 BA and 1 hose reel in use."

Note: These are the 1676th, 1677th and 1678th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-06 - SUV bursts into flame on College Avenue in Flinders (Australia):

2020-12-06 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 1:30 AM while parked at home in the Town of Phelps (New York):

2020-12-06 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home, fire spreads to garage, in Levant (Maine):

Quote: "Strout said the cause of the fire is still to be determined, but he believes it started in the vehicle."

2020-12-06 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire damages two homes, on South English Street in Leitchfield (Kentucky):

2020-12-06 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on I-5 in Los Angeles County (California):

2020-12-06 - Car bursts into flame on Ryder Lake Road in Chilliwack (Canada):

2020-12-06 - Car bursts into flame while being towed on Highway 69 in Pointe au Baril (Canada):

2020-12-06 - Car bursts into flame on the Bass Highway near the Esk River in Hadspen (Australia):

Quote: "Traffic has been stopped near the South Esk River Bridge between Illawarra Road and Prospect as authorities respond to the fire."

2020-12-06 - Car bursts into flame in parking lot near Offenburg (Germany):

2020-12-06 - Car bursts into flame on the M40 between Loudwater and Beaconsfield (Britain):

2020-12-06 - Barn destroyed by fire in Wabaunsee County (Kansas):

2020-12-06 - Church heavily damaged by fire on West Thomas Street in Arlington Heights (Illinois):

2020-12-06 - Garage damaged by fire at home on Waldeck Drive in Twin Lakes (Wisconsin):

2020-12-06 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Royal Road in Springfield (Illinois):

2020-12-06 - Mobile home and two sheds destroyed by fire at 1:34 AM at Big Oaks Campground in coastal Rehoboth Beach (Delaware):

2020-12-06 - Home heavily damaged by basement fire in Springville (Utah), 1 injured:

2020-12-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire on 12th Street in coastal Onset (Massachusetts):

2020-12-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire just after 12:30 AM on Leland Avenue in Dayton (Ohio), nobody there:

2020-12-06 - Home destroyed by fire on Franklin Street in New Castle (Pennsylvania), 3 dogs killed, nobody there:

2020-12-06 - Home destroyed by fire at 6 AM in Kenesaw (Nebraska):

2020-12-06 - Home destroyed by fire at 7:12 AM on Midkiff Road in Pomeroy (Ohio):

2020-12-06 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Dallas Street in Houston (Texas):

2020-12-06 - Hotel damaged by fire on James Doolittle Boulevard in Uniondale on coastal Long Island (New York):

2020-12-06 - Deadly fire burns mobile home on Ben Smith Road in Montgomery County (Texas), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home on Iona Road in Idaho Falls (Idaho), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - Deadly fire destroys home just after 3 AM near West Ray Lane and Beverly Drive in Sapulpa (Oklahoma), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2020-12-06 - Deadly fire destroys home just after midnight on Southwest 55th Terrace in Plantation (Florida), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - Deadly fire burns condo complex on Woodcock Court in Windsor Locks (Connecticut):

2020-12-06 - College student, man, 22, found dead at Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house in Tallahassee (Florida):

2020-12-06 - Man, 65, found dead near his home in Glade Hill (Virginia):

2020-12-06 - Woman, 58, found dead in SUV in Allentown (Pennsylvania):

2020-12-06 - Man, 51, drops dead near church in Grand Rapids (Michigan):

2020-12-06 - Man found dead in Nonconnah Creek near Collierville (Tennessee):

2020-12-06 - Man, 52, drops dead on sidewalk in Antigo (Wisconsin):

2020-12-06 - Soldier, man, 27, found dead at off-post residence near Fort Sill (Oklahoma):

2020-12-06 - Man, 28, found dead in swampy area near Oroville (Washington):

2020-12-06 - Man drops dead outside tent at homeless camp in Strathcona Park along Buttle Lake (Canada):

2020-12-06 - Juror has 'medical event' and drops dead at courthouse in Manukau (New Zealand), near the coast:

Quote: "A person has died at Manukau District Court today while carrying out jury duty. The juror had been sitting in a trial this afternoon and was in the retirement room when they collapsed. Paramedics were called but the person is understood to have suffered a medical event and died at the scene."

2020-12-06 - Person has 'medical event' and drops dead at home on Hobart Street in coastal Queenstown (New Zealand), 500 feet from the ocean:

2020-12-06 - Man, around 50, found dead in the water in coastal Ramsey (Isle of Man):

2020-12-06 - Man in his 40s drops dead on boat on the on the River Bure in Norfolk (Britain):

Quote: "A Norfolk Constabulary spokesperson said the death is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner in due course. Insp Gina Hopkinson from Norfolk police said over the weekend that the death did not occur in the water, but on the boat."

2020-12-06 - Man, 32, found dead in apartment in coastal Littlehampton (Britain):

2020-12-06 - Woman in her 40s drops dead at home on Fawcett Road in coastal Southsea (Britain):

2020-12-06 - Small plane crashes near airport in Windom (Minnesota), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - Tanker truck crashes into median and overturns on the Indiana Toll Road in Steuben County (Indiana), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - SUV veers off road, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Weldon Spring (Missouri), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - SUV veers off road just after midnight, crashes into tree, in coastal Naples (Florida), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, on bridge in coastal Jacksonville (Florida), 2 killed:

2020-12-06 - Car veers off road just after midnight, crashes into tree, explodes into flame, in Tulsa (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, near Ellendale (Delaware), 1 killed:

2020-12-06 - Shark attacks and injures man near Seaside (Oregon):

2020-12-06 - Shark attacks and injures man off Kangaroo Island (Australia):

2020-12-06 - Super volcano caldera found in Alaska:

2020-12-06 - Unusually large tornado hits Sakaka (Saudi Arabia), one of the largest ever documented in the country:

2020-12-06 - Powerful hailstorm pounds Beirut (Lebanon):

2020-12-06 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Kuwait:

2020-12-06 - Nor'easter brings over a foot of snow to parts of the US Northeast:

2020-12-06 - Toxic 'forever chemicals' were dropped over millions of acres via aerial pesticide, tests reveal:

2020-12-06 - Job market slowed further in November 2020 in the US:


  1. Tipping Point Tuesday, Jonny and all readers of JJFH!

    Every time i turn around, things seem to get worse - i gotta stop turning around! Another long list of residential fires and among them many were deadly. Loud, explosive sounds are on the rise again. Drivers keep having trouble veering off roads into objects and trees. Mysterious diseases are popping up here and there. Amid all that, food shortages are being felt all over the place due to labor shortages (COVID) and inability to grow crops and raise livestock. Nature tightening the noose. Of course our government (and corporate America) is helping out by failing us in testing for dangerous stuff (just like with COVID!].

    A new “mystery disease” that causes “burning eyes” has already spread to hundreds of people in India

    The outbreak of a mysterious new disease in India is creating quite a stir, because so far medical authorities have not been able to identify what is causing it. Hundreds of very sick people in the city of Eluru have been brought to the hospital, and at least one victim has already died. Unlike COVID-19, this illness seems to be hitting children particularly hard. Some of them “started vomiting after complaining of burning eyes”, and quite a few victims have been gripped by seizures and have been “frothing at the mouth”. Whatever this is, it seems pretty serious. [more]

    Long-duration C7.4 solar flare produces asymmetric full halo CME, impact expected on December 9

    A long-duration solar flare measuring C7.4 at its peak erupted from Active Region 2790 -- positioned in Earth-striking zone -- at 16:32 UTC on December 7, 2020. The event started at 15:46, peaked at 16:32, and ended at 17:33 UTC. An asymmetric full halo coronal mass ejection (CME) was produced, with a likely Earth-directed component arriving on December 9. [more]

    Tuesday, 8 December 2020
    Yesterday Sunspot AR2790 popped off a C7-class solar flare after the M4.4 the weekend before last and is surely an indication She has awaken: The explosion hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) toward Earth causing G1-class geomagnetic storms later this week

    Our Sun is pulling itself away from solar minimum and entered solar cycle 25 earlier this year, last month our Sun belched the most powerful solar flare in more than three years on Sunday 29 November. The solar explosion was measured as an M4.4 flare and yesterday Sunspot AR2790 popped of a C7-class solar flare, a little less powerful than the M4.4 but surely an indication She has awaken.

    Yesterday's flare did cause a minor shortwave radio blackout over parts of South America, however, affected frequencies were mainly below 10 MHz. Ironically, the flare itself was a source of strong radio emissions. Ham radio operators may have heard a 'roar' of solar static during the blackout according to [more]

    [from a few days back]
    Tracking Methane & the Arctic Refreeze & Climate Roundup with Margo (Dec. 6, 2020) [88.5 min.]

    [2nd section follows]

  2. Exclusive: U.S. air pollution monitoring network falling into disrepair - GAO report

    The U.S. air pollution monitoring network has fallen into disrepair after years of budget cuts and neglect, leaving tens of millions of Americans vulnerable to undetected bad air quality from events like wildfires to industrial pollution, according to a report by the investigative arm of Congress.

    The conclusions from a 2-1/2-year audit by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) confirm key findings in a Reuters special report published last week that detailed broad failures in the air-pollution monitoring system, whose data guides U.S. regulatory policy and informs the public about health risks. [more]

    Researchers predict US coronavirus deaths could double by April and say masks could save more lives than vaccines before then

    The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington has issued a new report estimating that the US coronavirus death toll will reach 539,000 by April. [horseshit]

    About 282,000 American deaths from the virus had been reported as of Monday. [fake, phony bullshit]

    The report predicts COVID-19 vaccines will prevent 9,000 deaths before April 1 and "speed the transition back to normal" later in the year. In the meantime, it said universal mask use would prevent far more deaths. [compare that to CAR deaths, it's miniscule]

    A US Food and Drug Administration advisor said high-risk Americans could get access to Pfizer and BioNTech's vaccine as soon as this week. [FUCK YOU, Mr. "adviser" - YOU take the shot!]

    [do i sound angry and threatened?]

    [more shenanigans]
    Focus: Big carbon? Oil majors turn to nature to help plug revenue gap

    Oil companies such as BP and Shell are nurturing nature as a future revenue stream, betting on an expected rise in carbon credit prices as their fossil fuel profits ebb.

    BP last year put $5 million into Finite Carbon, a company that connects forestry owners with companies seeking to offset their climate-warming emissions via-tree planting.

    The Californian firm expects to generate $1 billion for landowners over the next 10 years, after a 20-40% cut of the proceeds, its chief executive Sean Carney said.

    And as companies and countries have rushed over the last year to pledge new net-zero global warming pledges, that forecast may be too conservative, Carney said.

    "When you put it next to all the announcements and all the talk, it's a really small number. We might be thinking too low here given the commitments," he told Reuters. [more; wasting time on nonsense]

    'Very miserable conditions': More rain, snow forecast amid search for 2 people lost in mudslides in Haines, Alaska

    "The Haines area received another eight inches of snow [Saturday] night," National Weather Service Meteorologist Rick Fritsch told USA TODAY on Sunday.

    And, he added, "As the air mass above Haines warmed up while the surface temperatures were still below freezing, the snow turned into freezing rain and the area received anywhere from a 10th to a quarter of an inch of ice on top of all that fresh snow.

    And, he added, "As the air mass above Haines warmed up while the surface temperatures were still below freezing, the snow turned into freezing rain and the area received anywhere from a 10th to a quarter of an inch of ice on top of all that fresh snow."

    As search and rescue efforts for two people who went missing in a large mudslide last week were complicated by those "very miserable conditions," Haines officials were warning of potential evacuations with more snow and rain in the forecast this week. [more]

    [3rd piece awaits]

  3. [recycling toxins and waste as consumer products]
    Asbestos, a toxic mineral linked to cancer, was found in eye shadow and a children's makeup kit

    Researchers tested common powder-based cosmetics and found that several contained traces of asbestos, a dangerous cancer-causing mineral.

    Three of the 21 samples tested positive for asbestos, including eye shadow and a makeup kit marketed to children.

    Federal regulations don't require companies to test for asbestos or label products with a warning, so advocates and experts recommend avoiding talc-based products as a safety precaution. [more]

    [le's put some a dat sickening shit into SNACK FOODS!]
    The FDA Is Going After Frito-Lay for These Violations

    The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) sent a warning letter to Frito-Lay's CEO after the federal agency inspected two of the company's facilities in September following five Class I recalls in the last five years.

    Frito Lay announced two recalls alone in late August: one for an undeclared milk allergen after the wrong seasoning was used in Lay's Barbecue Flavored Potato Chips, and another after Ruffles Original Potato Chips mistakenly contained Ruffles Cheddar&Sour Cream Potato Chips.

    Following the recalls, the FDA inspected two separate facilities in Bakersfield, Calif., and Vancouver, Wash. The agency "found serious violations of the Current Good Manufacturing Practice, Hazard Analysis, and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Food regulations," according to the letter. [more; no fine]

    Coca-Cola Tops This Worst List Yet Again

    According to the latest audit report conducted by Break Free From Plastic, an organization looking to solve the plastic pollution crisis, Coca-Cola has been ranked as the world's top plastic polluter for the third year in a row.

    Analyzing 346,494 pieces of plastic waste collected by groups of volunteer waste pickers in 55 countries, the report found that 13,834 (about 4%) were branded as Coca-Cola products. The number added up to more plastic waste than could be ascribed to any other company. PepsiCo and Nestlé, which took second and third place, had less plastic waste combined. [more]

    [4th part coming up]

  4. Santa Ana winds bring new wildfire threat to Southern California, prompt another round of power shutoffs

    The Golden State hasn't seen the last of wildfire season.

    The gusty Santa Ana winds were blowing throughout Southern California on Monday and into the night, spreading one fire in Ventura County and prompting power shutoffs and red flag warnings in other areas. [more]

    Millions of Hungry Americans Turn to Food Banks for First Time

    After decades of fraud, corruption and war, U.S. politicians are using a flu-like illness to blow out America’s remaining support columns and collapse the country into its own footprint.

    Now, facing a government caused famine, the bewildered victims, fumbling with their masks, line up by the millions to receive food handouts in order to survive.

    I wonder…

    In the weeks and months ahead, will people need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination in order to receive their food rations?

    The vaccination won’t be mandatory, of course, but with the economy collapsed and fewer ways to earn money… [~ 5 min. video follows]
    [via PBS]
    Now, in the pandemic of 2020, with illness, job loss and business closures, millions more Americans are worried about empty refrigerators and barren cupboards. Food banks are doling out meals at a rapid pace and an Associated Press data analysis found a sharp rise in the amount of food distributed compared with last year. Meanwhile, some folks are skipping meals so their children can eat and others are depending on cheap food that lacks nutrition. [more]

    Meteor fireball recorded blazing over Ontario, Canada

    The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 155 reports (event 7440-2020) about a meteor fireball seen over CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, MI, NJ, NY, Ontario, PA, Québec, RI, VA and WV on Tuesday, December 8th 2020 around 00:31 UT. [2 videos]

    Whale shark washes up in Bali, Indonesia - 2nd in recent months

    A whale shark washed ashore Candidasa Beach, Karangasem regency and was pronounced dead upon discovery, authorities said, making this the second time in recent months that a member of the species was found in Bali. [more; 2 videos]

    [5th piece next, i think]

  5. Trump admin seeks to allow polar bear disturbance for oil in Alaska refuge

    [polar spokesbear says, 'we'll move to Mar-a-Lago then, see how HE likes it.']

    The Trump administration on Monday proposed allowing companies searching for oil and gas deposits in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to disrupt polar bears living there. [more]
    [true/false headline of the day
    Our global fire crisis is the sign of a dying biosphere [T]. But we can take action[F]

    A good, natural fire can be a cleansing force. Yet, the recent and ongoing catastrophic fires around the world – including in Brazil, the US, Sweden, Russia and Australia – are not moments of a healthy fire cycle but conflagrations of a dying biosphere. [more]

    [more bullshit from the corporate world]
    Companies Taking Strong Climate Action Rose 46% This Year, CDP Says

    [if they were taking strong climate action they'd SHUT DOWN]

    The number of major companies who’ve disclosed their environmental impact and aggressively committed to reducing it has increased 46% from last year, according to a new analysis by a leading environmental-disclosure platform.The top companies on the CDP’s annual “A List” for environmental action grew to 313 this year. The list, which was updated on Tuesday, consists of companies who received CDP’s top score for environmental disclosures and policies on climate change, forest conservation and water use. [more]

    Avalanche kills 1 skier in Switzerland, snow pummels Austria

    An avalanche killed one skier in Switzerland and Austrian authorities issued avalanche warnings Tuesday for the country's mountainous east after days of heavy snow pummeled the region.[more]

    Former Israeli space security chief says aliens exist, humanity not ready

    This "Galactic Federation" has supposedly been in contact with Israel and the US for years, but are keeping themselves a secret to prevent hysteria until humanity is ready.

    The 87-year-old former space security chief gave further descriptions about exactly what sort of agreements have been made between the aliens and the US, which ostensibly have been made because they wish to research and understand "the fabric of the universe." This cooperation includes a secret underground base on Mars, where there are American and alien representatives.

    Eshed insists that Trump is aware of them, and that he was "on the verge" of disclosing their existence. However, the Galactic Federation reportedly stopped him from doing so, saying they wished to prevent mass hysteria since they felt humanity needed to "evolve and reach a stage where we will... understand what space and spaceships are," Yediot Aharonot reported. [more]

  6. Arctic warming cascades through ocean and over land, U.S. report says

    The Arctic region has had its second-warmest year since 1900, continuing a pattern of extreme heat, ice melt and environmental transformation at the top of the world, scientists reported Tuesday.

    In the 15th annual Arctic Report Card, released by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), researchers detail the stark ways in which climate change is altering the long-frozen region.

    “Taken as a whole, the story is unambiguous,” Alaska-based climate scientist Rick Thoman, one of the report's editors, said in a statement. “The transformation of the Arctic to a warmer, less frozen and biologically changed region is well underway.”

    From year to year, the warming trend has shifted to focus on different areas around the Arctic. This year's warmth centered around Siberia. In 2019, the hotspots were around the Bering and Chukchi seas off Alaska, with soaring water temperatures and widespread bird and mammal die-offs recorded. [more]

    Pfizer's CEO says skipping the second dose of its coronavirus vaccine would be 'a very big mistake,' despite data suggesting partial protection from a single shot

    [well of COURSE he's gonna say that!]

    "People need to take two doses to be able to feel confident that they are protected and have a 95% chance of being protected," he added. [more; yes, but it also makes you more VULNERABLE to COVID!]

    Deforestation wiped out 8% of Amazon in 18 years: study

    Deforestation in the Amazon destroyed an area bigger than Spain from 2000 to 2018, wiping out eight percent of the world's biggest rainforest, according to a study released Tuesday. [more]

    [blame it on the Russians!]
    A suspected Chinese spy slept with at least 2 mayors and got close to Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell in a yearslong intelligence campaign, report says

    Fang Fang, also known as Christine Fang, embedded herself in Bay Area politics and slept with two Midwestern mayors as part of a yearslong Chinese intelligence campaign, according to an Axios investigation.

    She also fundraised for Reps. Eric Swalwell and Tulsi Gabbard, both of whom ran in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, Axios said.

    According to the outlet, Fang returned to China in mid-2015 amid an FBI investigation into her activities. She has not returned to the US since.

    Fang's story shows the lengths that Beijing goes to influence American politics — getting cozy with politicians early on in their careers so it can influence them later on. [more]

    [2nd section below]

  7. Permian Basin Adds Oil Drilling Rigs for 7 Straight Weeks

    The count of rigs engaged in exploration and production of oil and natural gas in the United States was 323 for the week through Dec 4 versus the prior-week count of 320. Thus, the tally has increased in 11 of the past 12 weeks, indicating that oil and gas drillers are gradually returning to domestic shale plays. However, the current national rig count is below the year-ago level of 799. [more]

    [KEEP IT, ya cheap bastids!]
    COVID-19 relief package: No stimulus checks, but it offers an extra $300 in federal unemployment benefits

    There are two critical unemployment programs that are set to expire on Dec. 26: the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which provides aid to self-employed, temporary workers and gig workers, and the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation program, which provides an additional 13 weeks of benefits beyond the typical 26 weeks that states provide to jobless workers. [more]

    [from NO. Really? news]
    Many U.S. states are behind on their own climate milestones: report

    Many of the U.S. states with bold commitments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions are on track to miss their targets, according to an analysis published on Tuesday by green group Environmental Defense Fund.

    The report bodes poorly for U.S. progress on reducing emissions given only about half of states have announced ambitious climate goals. But while they have the ambition, several lack adequate policies to achieve it, EDF said. [more; it's all talk, no action]

    In new lawsuit, Texas contests election results in Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania

    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing four battleground states - Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin - whose election results handed the White House to President-elect Joe Biden.

    In the suit, he claims that pandemic-era changes to election procedures in those states violated federal law, and asks the U.S. Supreme Court to block the states from voting in the Electoral College.

    There is no evidence of widespread fraud in the 2020 election, officials in most states and U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr have said. Biden won in all four states where Paxton is challenging the results. [more; it was statistically impossible, so if they allow this, there is no more democracy and voting will be a non-issue]

  8. Former Army Intelligence data analyst: Of course there was mammoth election fraud in 2020

    There is no way Joe Biden won the 2020 election. It is likely he never even reached 60 million votes. Everyone knows it.

    [~ 11.5 min. video embedded]

    Dan Ball at OAN was on with former Army Intelligence Officer and Sidney Powell - Lin Wood Legal Team Advisor, Seth Keshel.

    Keshel is a statistician and a member of the Powell - Lin team. The results of his data analysis show more instances of results so far out of line that the only reasonable explanation is fraud. [more]

    [Look - i don't give a SHIT who won, but goddamn it - if you're going to have ELECTIONS, then you can't have hackable/programmable electronic voting machines! Use paper ballots only and they have to be verified. It's just too easy to steal elections otherwise. This is 3rd world shit. Meanwhile our extinction approaches.]

    Audit the paper ballots

    USA Today reports approximately 150 million voters voted in 2020, with a 4.4 million popular vote swing for Biden. For argument's sake, let's call that 72.8 million for Trump and 77.2 million for Biden. Rasmussen reports as many as 75 percent of Republicans and 30 percent of Democrats — 76 million constituents — believe fraud occurred in the 2020 Presidential election. If the extent of the election fraud is unknown, then by default, so is that fraud's impact. There is only one way to properly sort this out: audit the paper ballots. [more]

    Elections undecided by midnight are void and preempted by Federal Law - Foster v Love (1997; 9-0 decision)

    The voters vote. The officials count. These combined actions form "the election," and the election must be decided on the day. States that failed to make a final selection of officeholder by midnight after Election Day have violated the statute, subjecting the nation at large to the very evils Congressionally mandated deadlines were drafted to prevent.

    Federal Election Day statutes were designed to curtail fraud, and to infuse a prima facie sense of integrity in our electoral process. But these States - in failing to obey Congressional deadlines - have flagrantly attempted to preempt federal law. This is certainly prohibited, and this is why the late election results are void.
    Failed elections nullify all votes, not just some votes, not just late votes, not just illegal votes. The election itself is void in late States. [more]

    [i said i would stop posting about the election, so i'll stop here]

    [2nd installment next]

  9. Floods after heavy rainfall leave 18 dead in Democratic Republic of Congo

    Radio Okapi reported 13 people died after torrential rain and strong winds overnight, 01 to 02 December, 2020. Four people were injured and several houses were destroyed or severely damaged. Five further fatalities were reported from 02 to 03 December after flooding in other areas of the city. [more; ~ 5 min. video]

    Extremely rare winter tornado hits Trieste, Italy

    "Call it rare, historic, or whatever possible, the event is extremely rare! Lets us repeat... it is December 7th, a winter month and the Adriatic Sea and the city of Trieste are located in central Europe." [more; HAARP?]

    [and now, for my other pet peeve - this BULLSHIT plandemic nonsense]

    On COVID-19 vaccine, ‘get as many shots in arms as possible, right away’: ex-FDA chief Q&A

    [this is so full of lies and self-serving commentary all based on jacked up numbers from phony testing that i'll let you read it if interested - i don't believe any of it. See below.]

    Objective:Health - The Coming Biosecurity State UPDATE: Banned from YouTube within one hour!

    Comment: Update: The video was pulled from YouTube one hour after it was posted. Here's the lbry upload: [~ 31 min. video; listen]

    Famine Is “Knocking On The Door”

    Unless there is some sort of unforeseen miracle, millions of people could literally starve to death in 2021. We are facing a global food crisis that is unlike anything we have ever seen before in modern times, and 2021 is going to be the year when it starts to become extremely painful all over the globe. But don’t take my word for it. David Beasley is the head of the UN World Food Program, and so he is in a better position to assess the global hunger crisis than any of us. According to Beasley, 2021 “is literally going to be catastrophic” and his organization is facing “the worst humanitarian crisis year since the beginning of the United Nations”…

    Freakish weather patterns, crippling droughts and colossal armies of locusts have devastated crops throughout 2021, and the COVID pandemic is putting an extreme amount of stress on global food distribution systems.

    As a result, food prices are surging and hundreds of millions of people living in impoverished countries now find themselves unable to afford enough food to eat on a regular basis. [more]

    Greenhouse gas emissions transforming the Arctic into 'an entirely different climate'

    The Arctic’s rapid transformation into a less frozen, hotter and biologically altered place has been further exacerbated by a year of wildfires, soaring temperatures and loss of ice, US scientists have reported.

    The planet’s northern polar region recorded its second hottest 12-month period to September 2020, with the warmest temperatures since 1900 all now occurring within the past seven years, according to an annual Arctic report card issued by the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (Noaa).

    The Arctic is heating up at a rate around double that of the global average, due to the human-caused climate crisis. [more]

    Climate Change: Stop Working - Save The Planet [~ 39.75 min. BBN vid]

  10. I'm skeptical of any major election fraud for many reasons.

    First off, with the machines, they generate a paper printout on a roll, and people can see that the results printed match what they input. At least that's how the machines work here in Missouri. Then at the end, election officials of both parties ensure the paper readout matches the digital results. If they don't match, then something fraudulent happened, otherwise it didn't. The only way around that would be to physically break in, steal the original roll(s) and replace them with fraudulent data while making sure that THAT data is also somehow hacked onto the machine. There's no evidence that any of that happened on any machine.

    Second, the assumption seems to always be that if fraud occurred it was Democrats that did it. That's odd, since the only known case of someone TRYING to hack machines was a case in Florida in 2000, where two Republican election officials hired a programmer to flip machine results to 51-49 in favor of Bush. The programmer reported what he'd been asked to do when he realized they were asking him to commit voter fraud. He testified to that effect in court and he passed a lie detector test too.

    Third, if there was fraud, then it would be odd that it only occurred in districts where Republicans lost, but in no districts where they won. In many of the districts where they lost, it was Republican election officials overseeing everything. Are the Democrats that insanely smart, that they can get something huge by every single Republican election official, who are trained to spot fraud, and yet be so insanely dumb that they can't use that capability to preserve their House seats?

    So you either have to believe that an insanely improbable sequence of massive fraudulent events had to have occurred, despite trained people being there at every step looking for such fraud, then culminating with zero evidence of fraud being upheld in any of dozens of court cases...OR you are left with the Occam's Razor explanation, that the unpopular guy lost.

  11. My mind isn't closed. I'm willing to entertain the idea of widespread fraud if A) anyone alleges it in court; and B) they provide evidence to back up the allegation. That hasn't happened, 46 times in a row. Maybe they'll show up with evidence on attempt #47 though, who knows! They might want to put a rush on the coughing up of the evidence though, because we can't wait forever. After all, they might NEVER have any evidence of fraud.

  12. I couldn't vote for either of these clowns. Trump was about the worstperson possible for the environment, so it would be great if he lost. Biden, on the other hand can't even string a sentence together and is all about the medical tyranny plan that Fauci and Gates have cooked up. So either way WE LOSE! Next year looks like it's going to SUCK (in spades).

    Thanks for being reasonable and putting up with my rambling comments Jonny.