Monday, November 9, 2015

Monday Morning Dump

As we take a seat on the throne.....


"Coal consumption is poised for its biggest decline in history, driven by China’s battle against pollution and its renewable energy push. Global use of the most polluting fuel fell 2.3 to 4.6 percent in the first nine months of 2015 from the same period last year, according to a report released Monday by the environmental group Greenpeace — a decline of as much as 180 million tons of standard coal, 40 million tons more than Japan used in the same period. To limit the rise in global temperatures to 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit — the level many scientists say can’t be exceeded if the world is to avoid catastrophic climate change — emissions from coal must fall 4 percent annually through 2040, Greenpeace said. China is responsible for about half of global coal demand." 

That is such an odd article after what was reported earlier:

"China, the world’s leading emitter of greenhouse gases from coal, is burning far more annually than previously thought, according to new government data. The finding could complicate the already difficult efforts to limit global warming. China has been consuming as much as 17 percent more coal each year than reported, according to the new government figures. Officials from around the world will have to come to grips with the new figures when they gather in Paris this month. The new data, which appeared recently in an energy statistics yearbook published without fanfare, show that the revisions were based on a census of the economy in 2013."""

And I'm supposed to take this seriously?

"World Bank foresees climate adding to poor" by Karl Ritter Associated Press  November 09, 2015

Well, the World Bank should know; they have helped make so many of us -- and now the private central bankers are blaming the environment for your mi$ery so they can foist a carbon tax upon you! 

STOCKHOLM — Released just weeks ahead of a UN climate summit in Paris, the report highlighted how the impact of global warming is borne unevenly.

Yeah, never you mind that wealth inequity they created while profiting from the same indu$tries that heave brought you environmental destruction, or the decades-long neglect of the matter other than cheap talk.

Separately on Sunday, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius of France said more than 100 world leaders will attend the upcoming UN climate conference in Paris, including President Vladimir Putin of Russia.


Despite pledges to rein in emissions of carbon dioxide and other global warming gases, climate change isn’t likely to stop anytime soon. 

Because it is always changing -- and being modified by man via chemtrails and other things. I know that's a divisive concept subject to ridicule, but I'm a reluctant convert. Look up at the sky sometimes (they have been dropping them at night lately; I guess too many people were catching on, but you can see the straight line remains posing as clouds sometimes, there is no mistaking them).

But efforts to protect the poor, such as generally improving access to health care and social safety nets, and targeted measures to upgrade flood defenses and deploy more heat-tolerant crops could prevent most of the negative consequences of climate change on poverty, the World Bank said...."

That about says it all, and if you read through the coded new$peak it means the "more heat-tolerant crops" means conversion to GMOs (and along comes the TPP to facilitate such things, how $trange). 

And imagine that, it's the World Bank that is the true fighter for the poor in this world, according to the propaganda pre$$. 

One last grunt and scream and....

"Weyerhaeuser Co. is buying Plum Creek Timber Co. for $8.44 billion to form what is expected to be one of the world’s biggest timberland and forest products companies. The company will keep the Weyerhaeuser name and own more than 13 million acres. It will be worth $23 billion, based on current share prices. The recovery of the housing market has spurred construction of more homes, increasing demand for wood products. ‘‘The breadth and diversity of our combined land and timber assets uniquely position the new company to capitalize fully on the improving housing market,’’ said Plum Creek chief executive Rick Holley. Plum Creek shareholders will get 1.60 shares of Weyerhaeuser for each Plum Creek share. Weyerhaeuser will buy $2.5 billion of company shares after the deal closes. Doyle Simons, chief executive of Weyerhaeuser, will be CEO of the new company. Holley will be nonexecutive chairman. Weyerhaeuser, of Washington state, also said it may spin off its cellulose fibers business, which includes five pulp mills. Plum Creek is based in Seattle. Weyerhaeuser plans to move the company headquarters to Seattle next year."

Yup, the globalists that caused the problem and that will now save us are silent on the Holocaust™ of trees (and I'm no better; I'm buying fiber) because everybody is building homes(?).

At least I feel so much better after a morning sh** -- save for the lingering stench (calling for more research is a nothing position) of politics (did you see Trump on SNL? I didn't).

Just going to light a cigarette (I think we can all agree on that) to clear out the stink.


NEXT DAY DUMP: Global temperature average hits key heat level

It's a propaganda push with decades of $tink, and it just makes me angry now.

Really shoving the DONG right up the, well, you know....

Weyerhaeuser agrees to buy timber producer in $8.4b deal

They make toilet paper.