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FRANCE’S TEMPERATURE RECORD FAKE NEWS HOAX EXPOSED


 By Jon Hellevig

A municipality in Southern France called Gallargues-le-Montueux yesterday SUPPOSEDLY broke the all-time temperature record in France (for all months). But it turns out – as I expected – that it is a total fake.

Gallargues-le-Montueux lies in the Occitaine administrative region of France, the southernmost part of the country. It is a village of 3,500 people. According to the official readings the village recorded a peak temperature of 45.7 degrees yesterday. In the same day Nimes a city of 150 thousand people 25 kilometers northeast recorded temperatures around 42. Same level was recorded in Montpellier, a city of 300 thousand, 40 kilometers southwest.

So far, a convincing story. Yes? But Marseille (850 thousand), one hundred kilometers southeast, only had around 30 degrees. Same for Barcelona, 350 kilometers south. And Nice, 250 kilometers East, also had only 30 degrees.


Considering that the little bit bigger radius gave those vastly cooler temperatures, the story sounds fishy. On what kind of active volcano is the area between Montpellier and Nimes to have such enormous heat when everything a bit further around is seasonally normal?

I was monitoring the situation in France, because I had been alerted about the mainstream media's hysterics about a coming record heatwave, which did not at all tally with the forecasts I could check in www.gismeteo.com. I have several posts on this topic on my wall for the past few days. Therefore, I was checking the news as they came in. The BBC announced yesterday (28 June) that France would have record temperatures. The news was adorned with an image with all France (and most of Western Europe) painted in red inferno hellfire and with 43 and 45 degrees splashed all over it. This was incomprehensible in view of what the real weather forecasts said. And in fact Paris had yesterday only 30-31 at peak.

Something had to explain the volcano heat effect in the Montpellier – Nimes area and its record breaking Gallargues-le-Montueux. My hunch was that it was quite hot there, let’s say about 35 degrees. When it is 35 degrees it is not an abnormal summer temperature, but for most people it will feel really, really hot. So, it will be quite easy to announce that it was in fact 40, or 42. Which they did for Montpellier and Nimes. Then you choose a small municipality like Gallargues-le-Montueux and go on and announce that they made the record. There are so few people there, and most are pensioners, who are suffering from the heat anyway, that it will be a piece of cake to say they made the record 45.7. Nobody will contest that as they felt so hot anyway. (And they will be pleased to get their village in to the annals of national history). It would have been different in Montpellier and Nimes with the hundred thousands of people. Very big chance that too many had been making their own measurements, so you would just press the real 35 up to 40 – 42, but stay clear from records. Not to speak about Paris. - And BTW, wouldn't it stand to reason, that the bigger cities would have a higher temperature than the small villages?

A friend of mine just sent me proof positive that this is how it happened. But it was worse yet. My friend sent me a video from realclimatescience.com who specializes in debunking the climate hoax.


In the video, Tony Heller made some shocking exposures about this particular hoax. Turns out that the measurements are recorded from a thermometer on top of a tile roof directly exposed to the sun. The video has photo proofs, which I copied in the images below. (The photos are not from the same day, but they show the location of the thermometer). Heller gives another photo (below) of a thermometer by a highway a couple of miles off, also directly exposed to the sun. I hope the reader understands that a thermometer directly exposed to the sun, does not show the temperature of the air, but the temperature of the heated thermometer. – I suppose the Montpellier and Nimes readings where obtained in the same way, and this through globalist secret services special operations. Operations which could not cover the bigger cities around: Barcelona, Marseille and Nice, which therefore were spared the supposed heatwave.

More, being close enough, you can additionally tweak the results, never mind the actual readings.

This was a special propaganda false flag operation, where the Western propaganda media, foremost the BBC, prepared the ground a couple of days in advance. Then they delivered the false heat record as explained above.


This is all done in order to prop up the general climate hoax, where climate change (formerly known as global warming) is blamed on human emissions of carbon dioxide released by burning fossil fuels.

And not surprisingly, Greta, the Swedish wunderkind of climate science, was there right on cue to announce on social media (that is, the PR team of the Greta trade mark) that this record had been made and that it is all cause of humans “burning fossil fuels.” Greta TM’s post also copied below.






Source: https://www.facebook.com/jonhellevig/posts/2118658861596828
 
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BBC Ordered to Pay Damages for Fake News About Trump and Ukraine President



The BBC was ordered to pay damages after the far-left outlet published fake news claiming Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko “authorized” an illegal payment of $400,000 to Michael Cohen for additional face time during a June 2017  meeting with President Trump.

“We apologize to Mr. Poroshenko for any distress caused and have agreed to pay him damages, legal costs and have participated in a joint statement in open court,” the BBC’s said in a written apology  published Thursday.

In the May 2018 piece, the disgraced BBC made the absurd claim that Poroshenko, who already had a meeting set up with Trump, paid this $400,000 to extend the meeting.


Think about how well this utterly deranged piece of fake news fits into the overall media’s Russia Collusion Hoax.
  1. Poroshenko is an aggressive opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, so naturally the only way he could get serious face time with Trump (aka Putin’s Stooge) is through a six-figure bribe.
  2. Michael Cohen was still the president’s personal lawyer at this time, which means the media were desperate for us to see Cohen as Trump’s world-traveling bagman, because that would lend credibility to the phony dossier’s lie about Cohen visiting Prague to pay off the hackers who got Hillary’s emails.
  3. The story openly insinuates Trump is both in Putin’s pocket and accepting bribes.
In a way you have to admire the slickness of it — the triple bank-shot of hysteria the BBC hoped to sink.
But it is also preposterous. Who in their right mind would believe a billionaire like Trump would risk his presidency (and prison) for a lousy $400,000, or use Cohen to arrange it?
Just as preposterous, though, is the whole idea Trump was a traitor who stole a presidential election, and we were hit with that media-lunacy 24/7 for two years.
More from the BBC:
In our News at Ten bulletin and in an online article published on May 23, 2018, we incorrectly reported that Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine, had procured or authorised a corrupt payment of $400,000 to be made to Michael Cohen, the personal lawyer of Donald Trump, to extend a brief meeting between Mr. Poroshenko and President Trump, that had already been agreed, into more substantial talks.
No word yet on the amount of damages paid by the BBC, but it is good to see some justice done. The idea a news outlet can smear anyone they like, hide behind freedom of the press, and suffer no consequence is outrageous.

Let’s hope Nick Sandmann is delivered a similar form of justice very, very soon.

Poroshenko, who is running for re-election, sued the BBC over the report. Election Day is March 31.

Source: https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2019/03/29/nolte-bbc-ordered-to-pay-damages-for-fake-news-about-trump-and-ukraine-president/
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#Panodrama - An Exposé of the Fake News BBC!


Taxpayer-funded BBC working alongside a radical far left organisation for Panorama to 'take down Tommy Robinson'




Blackmailing my former employees to invent stories

Related: [Video] Tommy Robinson leaves court as his case has been referred to the Attorney General

Hope not Hate on set with the BBC, calling the shots and intimidating my ex-employees during interview


BBC caught on camera telling an ex-employee the questions they would ask her in the interview and the answers that she needed to say for it to air (scripted fake interviews!)

Related:  Has Tommy Robinson Exposed the BBC’s Dangerous, Far-Left Bias?


BBC caught on camera suggesting they could edit and clip an argument I had with an ex-employee to portray a totally different angle and to quote John Sweeney on camera he could make it 'a gender, a sexual thing against Tommy Robinson'. (BBC creating fake #MeToo stories!)

BBC likening the working class to cannibals in the jungle whose vocabulary is limited to the words F*ck off.

BBC Journalists giving zero shits about your hard earned £150 licence fee and spending on midweek £220 champagne lunches.

Related: [Video] ** Must Watch ** Tommy Robinson: The Establishment want to send me to Prison again on Thursday!

Oh, and the BBC face of panorama being casually racist and homophobic.

If anything the establishment is going to come back at me with all guns blazing so please sign up at www.tr.news for free so I can keep in contact with you when they eventually shut me down like the fascists that they are.

Sign up at http://www.globalaim.co.uk so Tommy can contact you when he eventually gets deleted.
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Mr. Lucas, Don’t Take Your Readers for Fools! by Prof. Vladimir Golstein

Mr. Lucas, Don’t Take Your Readers for Fools! by Prof. Vladimir Golstein


So Edward Lucas, the columnist at The Times, the long time contributor to the notoriously Russophobic Economist and the author of 2008 The New Cold War: Putin’s Russia and the Threat to the West, where he fully exhibits his own paranoia about the dangers of Putin’s Russia, has came up with a new theological and cultural diagnosis. Paranoia is the religion of Putin’s Russia. Not communism, not capitalism, not Orthodoxy, not atheism. Just plain old paranoia.

Why, and how? Argument number #1 is that RT has put him on the list of ten top Russophobes. Lucas’ complaint: the list is haphazard and flimsy. Fine, any list is haphazard and flimsy – it just points to some people or organizations that like to come up with ridiculous charges and accusations, not dissimilar from his own “academic” investigations. So what? Having never produced anything academic himself, Mr. Lucas can’t expect any academic study from RT, can he?


Argument #2. Mr. Lucas had found an academic study to his liking — Ilya Yablokov’s Fortress Russia — that discovered that Russian conspiracy theorists, who were on the margins in the 1990s have come to the forefront in the current situation. Yablokov has studied Russian TV and found its style paranoid. Yablokov’s conclusion: the US is a paranoid Empire to be sure, but mainstream TV does not usually cater to it, as opposed to the mainstream Russian TV. Maybe, even though CNN and Fox would surely provide serious competition.

Without any desire to defend the rather combative style of Russian TV talk shows where guests clash, fight, and play the roles assigned to them by the hosts, I am certain that these shows do address real foreign policy concerns. Any detached observer looking at the map and seeing NATO bases all around Russia is bound to ask questions. Any detached observer listening to Western news and hearing the endless bacchanalia of Russia this, Russia that, is bound to get nervous. Any detached observer, having witnessed endless the West’s bombing campaigns, wars, invasions, regime changes, mass migrations and destruction, is bound to get a bit edgy about western intentions. And it would not be paranoia. It would be plain common sense.

Creating Russophobia: From the Great Religious Schism to Anti-Putin Hysteria

And what about Russian history? Hasn’t the country been invaded again and again throughout its history? The latest invasion, that of Nazi Germany, is still remembered by all Russians, since one can hardly find a family that did not lose someone in that awful war. Last time Germans and Ukrainians got together, my relatives were brutally murdered in Kiev, mowed downed – along with thousands others in Babi Yar. So even living in the United States, I do get nervous when Ukrainians, helped by their European admirers, burn people in Odessa. Genetic memory is a stubborn thing, you know. So can you really blame Russians for getting a bit anxious about the events in Ukraine, Mr. Lucas, or as the happy denizen of the murderous British Empire, that one that killed, burned, shot, and starved others, you can’t imagine what fears of prosecution are actually all about?

Wait a minute, says Mr. Lucas. “German Unification, EU and NATO enlargement, Ukrainian independence”: These recent events on the borders of Russia — are haphazard. There never was a master plan. Well, if it looks like a duck, and acts like a duck, it has to be a duck. In fact, there are rarely master plans for anything, unless we are talking about Hillary’s campaign to justify her spectacular loss of 2016 presidential campaign. What we’re witnessing, however, is the plain old confluence of interests and appetites that results in wars, sanctions and invasions. Just read some basic history, Mr. Lucas, before you present yourself as the heroic conspiracy theories slayer.


Argument # 3. Russians do a lot of mischief to themselves: corruption, bribes, oligarchs. That’s for sure. But so what? Russian corruption is bad, and one hopes that Russians will get rid of it. But it does not mean there are no countries that want to invade and loot the place, and squeeze away local oligarchs. Even paranoid people have enemies, as the maxim goes. There’s plenty to steal in Russia. Do you think, Mr. Lucas, that western oligarchs want to leave it all to Russians? Don’t underestimate your own sponsors. They don’t like it.

Furthermore, oligarchs and corruption are rampart in Great Britain and US, and still these countries are running on paranoia and arming themselves to the teeth. And what about Poland, the Baltic States, Ukraine – the countries that do indeed thrive on paranoia? But their paranoia fits western narratives, so it’s “our kind of paranoia.” As opposed to Russian paranoia, which is obviously a wrong kind of paranoia. What about the paranoia of the trigger-happy Israel, which manifests itself in endless violence and military excursions against its neighbours? So Israel has Judaism for religion, Poles have Catholicism, but Russians have Paranoia. A strange doctrine, and new.


 And then, Lucas totally reverses himself, and says – that the west should not stoke Russia’s siege mentality by a military build up on its borders and endless provocations. Finally! Lucas dares to rise to the occasion and criticize the West … but we rapidly learn why. This righteous indignation is provoked by Trump’s and Bolton’s proposal to withdraw from the INF treaty. But even this criticism is turned on its head. This new arms race is bad, because it will help Russia to “crack down, lash out and make it look more important than it is.”

In other words, NATO countries should not place their war-heads in Roumania or Poland, they should not claim that they could actually win a nuclear war (something that only American theoreticians, including former Secretary of Defense, Ash Carter, do) – they should not do any of those things because these actions will make Russians think that they are more important than they are. That would be a really dangerous case of paranoia. Much more dangerous than the destruction of life on earth as we know it.


But Lucas does not stop there; playing the role of Candide must be way too enjoyable. He claims that compiling the list of “Russophobes” is a “childish bad habit” – never mind the Magnitsky list, nor plenty of other lists compiled by the State Department, the Mueller investigation, social media police and numerous other western outlets, whose endless lists still can’t satisfy the lust for more and more sanctions against more and more individuals. Those lists are the sign of profound maturity, no doubt.
And in a true demagogic fashion, Lucas concludes: we’ve been paying too much attention to “nasty but grand Russians.” We should celebrate Russia’s “colossal contribution to world culture.” Oh, so Russia is important after all. How refreshing. Let’s wipe Russia off the map with nukes, and then enjoy Russian ballet at Covent Garden or Russian novels in their BBC adaptations.

Source: https://off-guardian.org/2018/10/25/mr-lucas-dont-take-your-readers-for-fools/?fbclid=IwAR0_JZK9AWAo587C45e5vKgiCS1lITZYsWv1ZcvrKPRCCLvhbD9kXzWTgos

Related: Guy Mettan’s Book on Russophobia Is a “Must Read” for Any Person Interested in Russia 
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BBC Garbage Truck

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