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CNN Falsely Claims That Climate is The Cause For Excess Deaths in Europe



According to a recent video news report on CNN, they falsely claimed that 1.4 million people per year in Europe die as a result of climate change. That is untrue. Climate change occurs over longer periods of time rather than a single year, so it is impossible to attribute any portion of a given year’s death to climate change unless a long-term trend directly demonstrating a causal connection between changes and deaths made obvious. Data also demonstrates a significant global decline in deaths from temperature-related and severe weather-related causes over the past few decades, as well as a downward trend in pollution.

The CNN interview is titled “W.H.O.: 1.4 million European deaths can be blamed on climate change, environment” features a conversation with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Hans Kluge.

According to Kluge, 1.4 million deaths occur in Europe each year that are directly related to environmental factors like climate change. He provides no supporting information because the available information contradicts his claim. The interview and The WHO conference, where the organization is urging swift action on climate change to stop deaths from climate-related causes, coincide not by accident.

The long time horizons on which climate change operates must be understood. The World Meteorological Organization specifies 30 years as the minimum time period for any climate-related data, as stated on Climate at a Glance: Weather vs. Climate. One would need to observe a consistent trend in deaths that corresponded to changes in climate before one could attribute deaths to climate change. Such a trend doesn’t exist. Deaths can result from severe weather events and occasionally extreme temperatures (more frequently cold than hot), which are regularly experienced around the world, but those trends have sharply decreased during the recent period of modest warming. When weather-related deaths are on the decline, climate change cannot be adding to the number of fatalities.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) AR6 report, Chapter 11, Weather and Climate Extreme Events in a Changing Climate, provides conclusions, summarized in Figure 1, illustrating the fact that severe weather events cannot be detected as increasing nor attributed to human caused climate change:

Figure 1. Summary table showing lack of weather event attribution from Chapter 11 of the IPCC AR6 report.

There is no proof that any particular weather event is being caused or made worse by so-called man-made climate change caused by increased carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. No such attribution is made anywhere, not even in the IPCC’s summary of the state of global climate science.

In fact, over the past 100 years, the amount of human mortality directly related to weather-related catastrophes, such as floods, droughts, storms, wildfires, and extreme temperatures, has decreased by more than 99 percent. About 485,000 people per year on average died in weather-related disasters in the 1920s. By 2020 the average number of deaths attributable to extreme weather events had fallen 7,790. See Figure 2, below.

Figure 2. The graph demonstrates a vast improvement in human mortality related to all extreme weather events over a 100-year span from 1920 to 2021. Source: Dr. Bjorn Lomborg, data from International Disaster Database published in ScienceDirect.

Extremes of temperature can also be linked to mortality in addition to severe weather events. The rise in temperatures and subsequent rise in heat-related deaths are frequently attributed to climate change. But the reality is quite the opposite. A study published in the esteemed medical journal The Lancet in 2021 supported this. According to the study, over the course of the 20-year study period, the number of deaths attributed to cold temperatures decreased by a factor more than twice as large as the increase in deaths attributed to hotter temperatures. However, as shown in figure 3 below, there are three times as many deaths in Europe from cold-related causes as there are from heat-related causes.

Figure 3. Total global cold related deaths vs. heat related deaths by region from 2000 to 2019. Data source: Monash University press release.

Over the course of the study, temperature-related mortality significantly decreased, with a total of 166,000 fewer deaths attributed to suboptimal temperatures, in part due to the decrease in cold temperatures.

This study confirms what research previously published in The Lancet, the Southern Medical Journal, and the Centers for Disease Control, and National Health Statistics Reports has consistently shown that the cold is the biggest temperature related killer, not heat.

This contrary data flies in the face of the claims made on CNN by the WHO official Kluge.

But there’s more. In addition to blaming climate, WHO blames air pollution in Europe as a cause of death in the interview. But the data doesn’t even support that claim. Examining real world air pollution data from the European Environmental Agency, seen in Figure 4 below, show a sharp downtrend since 1990 on all types of air pollution in the 27 country European Union.

Figure 4. data from 27 nation EU emission inventory report 1990-2021 under the UNECE Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, published July 3, 2023.

Similarly to climate change, there cannot be more deaths in Europe today than there were in the past due to air pollution because there is less pollution. Bottom line: No matter how you look at it, the assertion that climate change is killing millions of Europeans annually, as CNN and the WHO claim, is not supported by actual data.

In this blatant instance, environmental activism has trumped accurate reporting, and CNN should be ashamed for running this interview.

Instead of urging the world to address climate change, the WHO should urge people to heed their own far more sensible and doable recommendations in their report, which reads, “Improving access to water, sanitation, and hygiene can save 1.4 million lives per year.”


Former World Economic Forum Staffers Accuse Founder Klaus Schwab of Sexual Harassment



Various female employees of the World Economic Forum (WEF) have come forward with accusations against its founder, Klaus Schwab, alleging sexual harassment and the creation of a hostile work environment. The allegations, brought to light by an investigation conducted by The Wall Street Journal, have cast a shadow over Schwab’s long-standing leadership at the influential global organization.

The accusations detail a range of inappropriate behaviors and decisions by Schwab that have reportedly impacted many female employees. One of the key allegations involves Schwab’s alleged directive to dismiss employees aged over 50 in a bid to lower the average age of the workforce. When Paolo Gallo, the WEF’s HR chief at the time, refused to comply without valid performance-related reasons, Schwab reportedly terminated his employment.

In a particularly troubling incident from 2017, Schwab is accused of dismissing a young woman who was leading a startup initiative after she informed him of her pregnancy. Schwab allegedly expressed displeasure that her pregnancy would affect her work pace and subsequently let her go after a brief trial period.

Numerous female staffers have reported facing career setbacks or being pushed out of the organization after becoming pregnant or returning from maternity leave. These allegations suggest a broader pattern of discrimination against women within the WEF under Schwab’s leadership.

One woman, identified as Myriam Boussina, recounted her experience, saying, “I knew he liked me and I knew he found me pretty. Every man with a lot of power, they think that they can get any woman and they are not ashamed.” Another former employee, who worked at the WEF in the 2010s, highlighted the pressure to conform to certain physical standards, stating, “There was a lot of pressure to be good-looking and wear tight dresses. Never in my career have I experienced looks being such an important topic as in the Forum.”

Beyond the allegations of discriminatory practices, several women have accused Schwab and other senior managers of sexual harassment. These incidents reportedly involved suggestive comments and inappropriate behavior, with some senior managers allegedly remaining at the Forum despite these accusations.

One staffer claimed Schwab made suggestive comments and physically posed suggestively in front of her, at one point mentioning he wished she was Hawaiian to see her in a costume. Schwab is also reported to have said on multiple occasions, “I need to find you a man, and if I were not married, I would put myself on the top of that list.”

Klaus Schwab has vehemently denied all allegations of misconduct. A spokesperson for the WEF stated, “Mr. Schwab does not and has never engaged in the vulgar behaviors you describe,” adding that the Journal’s reporting mischaracterizes the organization, its culture, and its founder. Schwab himself has insisted that he behaved professionally at all times.

Under Schwab’s leadership, the WEF has aggressively promoted the idea of a ‘Great Reset,’ advocating for significant global changes to address economic inequality, climate change, and other pressing issues. Critics, however, argue that the initiative aims to replace democratic governments with a system of global governance akin to communist China.

The allegations against Klaus Schwab have sparked a significant controversy, raising questions about the culture within one of the world’s most influential economic forums. As the investigation continues and more details emerge, the impact of these accusations on Schwab’s legacy and the future of the WEF remains to be seen.

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FDA To Start Allowing American Red Cross to Accept Blood From Homosexual & Bisexual Men




The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced new regulations that will for the first time permit blood donations from homosexual and bisexual men.

The American Red Cross has already revised its donor screening guidelines to account for the move, doing away with a long-standing barrier that viewed patients’ sexual orientation and other aspects of the LGBT “rainbow” as severe risks.

Due to the horrifying sexual practices perpetrated by LGBT males, what was once considered possibly tainted or dirty blood is now a thing of the past as the American Red Cross adopts a new pro-gay position for blood donations.

The American Red Cross will no longer ask blood donors about their sexual orientation at the FDA’s request, citing “decades of data collection and assessments,” but they will still be questioned about deviant sexual behavior like anal sex, which if they commit will still require them to wait six months before trying to donate.

A New Study Claims gay, bisexual males are not having anal sex

In advance of the regulation change, the FDA carried out its own investigation known as ADVANCE. The organization has since said that sexual orientation is unimportant in terms of blood donations, including the waiting periods that the American Red Cross is maintaining for the time being.

The modification aligns the United States with more “progressive” nations like Canada and the United Kingdom, which already permit gay men to donate blood without raising any eyebrows.

According to the ADVANCE study, some sexually active gay and bisexual men who engage in “lower-risk behaviors” are nevertheless able to donate blood without any problems. A requirement of the FDA’s definition of “lower-risk behaviors” is the absence of new sex within the prior three months.

“There’s so much in the world that you can’t help with, and you sometimes have to see people going through difficult times, but something like giving blood feels like something so small that you can do, and it means a lot to me that I’ll be able to do that again,” celebrated Andrew Goldstein, an apparent LGBT himself and also a cancer researcher living in Los Angeles.

According to the ADVANCE study’s findings, 66 percent of gay and bisexual males said they had only one sexual partner and no anal intercourse. Sixty-nine percent of respondents stated that they had no anal sex or new partners within the previous three months.

According to the FDA, a gay or bisexual male who has just one partner and isn’t engaging in anal intercourse can donate blood without risk. However, any further dangerous behavior can make blood donation unsafe.

According to the American Red Cross, someone needs blood or platelets from a donor every two seconds in the United States. Red blood cell transfusions typically consist of three units, and 29,000 units are required daily to assist patients in need.

On average, a victim of a minor auto accident needs to receive 100 blood units. The FDA and the American Red Cross are altering the guidelines to allow more people to participate in the pool since LGBT perversion has spread like wildfire and disqualifies many people who would be eligible under the previous regulations.

“The Red Cross celebrates this historic move as significant progress and remains committed to achieving an inclusive blood donation process that treats all potential donors with equality and respect while maintaining the safety of the blood supply,” the non-profit organization said in a statement.

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BREAKING: Former VP of Pfizer, Mike Yeadon, says COVID is just the beginning of a 10-year plan by Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab.





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