About time reality was shoved into the faces of the IPCC and the UN. Our enslavers are middle class elitist socialists.
– J.H. Walker
Grand Solar Minimums bring the collapse of Civilizations
By J.H. Walker
During the Dalton (sunspot) Minimum and the early part of the French Revolution around 1789, when told that her French subjects had no bread, Marie-Antoinette (bride of France’s King Louis XVI) supposedly sniffed, “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche”—“Let them eat cake.”
At that time, cake was a lower value food item than whole grain bread, which was the staple food item of the working classes. The result of that single Grand Solalr Minimum was two hundred years of political warfare between left and right political systems, with the workers stuck in the middle.
The modern version of “let them eat cake” for the (socialist) Governments in Europe has been to levy massive taxes on energy used by the working masses to get to work, whilst at work, for cooking, and staying warm in the winter.
This is after the excessive taxes levied at source on a worker’s efforts to keep a roof over their family’s heads and food on the table for the small number of children most western families can afford, following a worldwide Financial Depression far worse than the 1929 crash.
Our enslavers are middle class elitist socialists
What happens when the workers realise their enslavers are middle class elitist socialists and not the so called right wing Republicans or the UK Conservatives.
Even in France the socialists are no longer electable. To get elected they have changed their spots and called themselves something else, yet they utter the same Green clap trap of conformity, and climate consensus based on lies and intend on spending lots and lots of US dollars, the US is not going to give.
Grand Solar Minimums not only bring cold, wet and windy weather on a world wide basis; they bring the collapse of Civilisations* and the birth of new ones.
(* Civilizations, if you’re in the U.S.)
“The above is what is affected by a Little Ice Age crop yields decrease on a worldwide basis,” says J.H.
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