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Today’s Must Watch: They Want to Shut Down Life, Globalists’ War on Essential Elements

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Take sixteen minutes out of your day – out of your life.

Ask yourself why? Why are globalist entities coercing governments to enact climate regulations that dramatically effect the essential elements that support all life on earth?

Do not  run your programmed tapes in your head as you watch this video. Instead, ask yourself if what is reviewed is happening in our world by the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset 2030 Agenda. Then take a breath and solve the question.

How can we save earth by destroying our capacities that enable life? The three most important elements that support life are oxygen, carbon and nitrogen. All are plentiful and all work together along with energy from the sun. All of these are under massive attack around the world by the powers that be.

“Carbon dioxide is declared to be a pollutant and schemes are devised to bury it in the ground. The war is on carbon, but note that CO2 contains twice as many oxygen molecules as carbon. Without CO2, plants cannot grow, nor can they replenish oxygen necessary to breathe.

Nitrogen is the most plenteous gas in the atmosphere, but it too is declared to be a pollutant. Without nitrogen, agriculture comes to a screeching halt, potentially creating famines of epic magnitude. Yet, global warming death-cultists are trying to take away nitrogen fertilizers from farms and ranches all over the world.’

This time really watch what is being unfolded before your eyes and ask the hard questions.

Your life, and those generations ahead…depend on the answer.

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Chart of the Day: See Polling as Americans Increasingly Caught in a Rat Race – Watch Mesmerizing Video

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Increasingly many Americans find themselves falling behind. Rising inflation but not their wages. Storm clouds of war building in faraway countries. A woke culture that is difficult to navigate without getting canceled – a political environment of politicians catering to themselves and not the electorate.

Are Americans caught in a rat race going nowhere?

The percentage of Americans who evaluate their lives poorly enough to be considered “suffering” on Gallup’s Life Evaluation Index was 5.6% in July, the highest since the index’s inception in 2008. This exceeds the previous high of 4.8% measured in April and is statistically higher than all prior estimates in the COVID-19 era. Across extensive measurements since January 2008, the suffering percentage has reached 4.5% or higher on a handful of occasions. See this in the chart below and learn more here.

For its Life Evaluation Index, Gallup classifies Americans as “thriving,” “struggling,” or “suffering,” according to how they rate their current and future lives on a ladder scale with steps numbered from 0 to 10, based on the Cantril Self-Anchoring Striving Scale. Those who rate both their current and future lives a four or lower are classified as suffering. Those who rate their current life a seven or higher and their anticipated life in five years an eight or higher are classified as thriving.

It is interesting to note from this poll that both Democrats and Republicans alike are not doing well. Independents are even worse. See this in the chart below.

The Biden administration has tried to gaslight Americans into believing that all is well. Even telling us, we are not in a recession. However, 68% believe we are in a recession – the belief cuts across party lines. See this in the chart below and learn more here.

Nearly three-quarters of Americans think the United States is heading in the wrong direction under President Joe Biden, according to yet another bad poll for the president ahead of the midterm elections.

Despite grappling with low favorability ratings for much of his first term already, Biden’s popularity experienced a deep downturn in recent months amid growing pessimism over the economy.

Now, a whopping 74 percent of Americans say the country is on the wrong track, while just 21 percent feel the nation is headed in the right direction, according to a new survey from NBC News. See this in the chart below and learn more here.

Watch below this fascinating yet mesmerizing video that is a metaphor for what many American lives have come down to.

This is amazing pic.twitter.com/dAU8uFrpUv

— Council Estate Socialism (@RickyDHale) August 21, 2022

Do these polls paint too negative of a picture? Or is America increasingly becoming a place of despair, a rat race going nowhere, brought on by our supposed intelligent elites and political leaders?

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Today’s Must Watch: Ruby Ridge -Looking Back 30 Yrs Only Supports the FBI’s Gestapo Image

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The feds attempted to make Randy Weaver an FBI informant.

In the wake of the massive raid at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, politicians and pundits are hectoring Americans to blindly trust the FBI.

“The men and women of the FBI,” Attorney General Merrick Garland proclaimed, “are dedicated, patriotic public servants.” But the FBI would be more credible if it didn’t claim a right to secretly wield almost unlimited power.

Most Americans (53%) view the FBI as “Joe Biden‘s personal Gestapo,” a recent Rasmussen poll found. FBI actions 30 years ago at Ruby Ridge help explain the G-men’s fall from grace.

Randy Weaver and his family lived in an isolated cabin in the northern Idaho mountains. Undercover federal agents targeted him and entrapped him into selling a sawed-off shotgun. The feds sought to pressure Weaver to become an informant, but he refused.

After Weaver was sent the wrong court date and (understandably) failed to show up, the feds used any and all means to take him down. On Aug. 21, 1992, six US Marshals outfitted in full camouflage and toting automatic weapons trespassed onto Weaver’s property. Marshals circled close to the Weaver cabin and threw rocks to provoke the Weavers’ dogs.

Weaver’s son, Sammy, 14, and Kevin Harris, a 25-year-old family friend living in the cabin, ran to see what the dogs were barking at. Marshals killed one of the dogs, and Sammy fired in their direction. As Sammy was leaving the scene, a marshal shot him in the back and killed him. Harris responded by fatally shooting a marshal who had fired seven shots.

The FBI sent in its Hostage Rescue Team snipers with orders to shoot-to-kill any adult male outside the Weaver cabin. A federal appeals court ruling later noted that “a group of FBI agents formulated rules of engagement that permitted their colleagues to hide in the bushes and gun down men who posed no immediate threat. Such wartime rules are patently unconstitutional for a police action.”

On Aug. 22, 1992, FBI sniper Lon Horiuchi shot Randy Weaver in the back after he stepped out of his cabin. Moments later, Horiuchi shot and killed Vicki Weaver as she stood in the cabin door holding their 10-month-old baby. The FBI initially insisted Mrs. Weaver’s killing was justified, but later claimed it was an accident.

Weaver and Harris, who never fired any shots at FBI agents, surrendered after an 11-day siege. After an Idaho jury largely exonerated the defendants, federal judge Edward Lodge slammed Department of Justice and FBI misconduct and fabrication of evidence in the case.

Disregarding the judge’s condemnation, FBI chief Louis Freeh in 1995 exonerated the FBI and portrayed Ruby Ridge as one of the bureau’s finest hours. After I slammed Freeh’s whitewash in The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere, Freeh denounced my “inflammatory and unfounded allegations.”

Five months later, I snared a confidential 542-page Justice Department report on Ruby Ridge, excerpting its damning findings in a Wall Street Journal piece. The cover up unraveled, and the feds paid the Weaver family $3.1 million to settle their wrongful-death lawsuit. A top FBI official was sent to prison for destroying key evidence.

Some things never change! Its time to clean out the FBI.

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Chart of the Day: Lower Crop Yields Due to Drought, Threaten More Food Inflation

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The size of North America’s upcoming crop harvest will have a meaningful impact on global supplies next year. Early signs from the US crop tour revealed that menacing heatwaves and drought this summer had damaged corn and soybean yields.

Both corn and soybeans were below average at the initial stops in South Dakota on the western leg of the four-day Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour. Corn yield potential was estimated at 118.6 bushels per acre, well below the three-year average of 161.8 bushels. Soybean pod counts stood at 792.5, below the 1,073 average. Some corn fields had been cut for silage, a sign of a poor-quality crop as reported by Bloomberg.

See a video below that shows how drought in some areas can cause corn not to produce ears.

A first for me and my counterparts. Herman, NE. No ears. #pftour22 pic.twitter.com/86TVY2yO6p

— Jarod Creed (@JrodCreed) August 22, 2022

Global agricultural traders are closely watching the US growing season to understand future harvest to see if it can produce enough corn and soybean to replenish dwindling supplies due to the Ukrainian war and drought across Europe and China. Due to the Ukrainian war, wheat production in the Ukraine is seen down more than forty percent. Crop scouts are forecasting yields lower than what the USDA is predicting. See current expectations of crop yields in the US and learn more here.

Current subdued crop production is on the back of low ending stocks (on average) from the previous year. This also will have an inflationary impact on food prices. See this in the chart below.

As of August 16, droughts of different levels of severity affect more than 66 percent of the area of the continental United States. The number has been above the 60-percent mark since October of 2020, with just two short breaks (82 out of 98 weeks). While it has risen this high before, it rarely stayed there for so long. See this in the chart below and learn more here.

For rainfed corn, the scenario is diverse across US regions, with a higher probability of near-average yields in the eastern fringe of the region and below-average yields in the western area due to a combination of below-average rainfall and high daytime temperature during the past two months. Temperature and rainfall during the rest of July and early August will likely define the trend for all sites across the region. See this in the graphic below and learn more here.

Meanwhile, the European Union (EU) (MY) 2022/23 corn production is forecast at 60.0 million metric tons (mmt), down 12 percent from last month, 15 percent below last year’s crop, and 10 percent below the 5-year average. See the drought areas below in Europe and learn more here.

Corn and Soybean prices early on this year had poked higher on the back of inflationary and crop yield concerns. Summer rains had calmed the prices down, but the rains were not enough in many areas, leading to a new surge in prices, as shown in the charts below. The fear is that the drought conditions seen in the US have yet to be fully priced into the markets.

With the ongoing Ukrainian war, European crops damaged by heatwaves, as well as other parts of the world, an underwhelming size of North America’s crops could result in shortfalls globally next year. Add on supply chain issues, and it may make an interesting fall for food prices.

Of course, you know what this means – higher food prices.

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