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Thanks for your patience these past few days of silence. My father is visiting, and I don't get to see him that much anymore. Also, I am trying to buy a house. It is a little busy here in the offices of the plague chronicle.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Your own life and family are where you owe your first allegiance. Anyone who might say or feel different isn't truly a conservative or libertarian as individual freedoms and the importance of familial bonds should be of paramount importance. I personally enjoy your research and comment but you do not owe your subscribers all your waking hours.

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very kind words eldeezy, thank you.

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I emphatically agree with this!! 🙏🏻 Thank you, Eugy, for all you offer to us! Warmest greetings to your father!! 💖

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THE GLOBAL OVERHEATING will kill most or all Germans .The migrants from the Congo or the Sahara desert will feel mere at home with Germany overheating .

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You may be correct 😜. 85F and the Bavarians were suffering heat stroke 🥵. (I still love picking on Sud Deutschlanders). 🫡😈

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The Brits are the same way. They start complaining about the heat when the temps reach 80.

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Yet 🎶Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noonday sun.🎶 😎

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In South Africa if it is not at least 30C we do not consider it hot, 28C is merely "mild"

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You seem to have a climate that is hot enough to fry my steak in the sun . In norther Canada we had a few days at minus 49 ,c .three winters ago . Farther north the temperature goes so low ,it can not be messured ,because the thernometer only goes to minus fifty

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

We're always glad to hear from you, whatever your schedule allows.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Family first! Local connections, real connections, real-life, not the Matrix world Habeck, et al try to fake-force on us all.

We are winning by having real lives, real loves, real connections and real tangible successes in life.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Your priorities are in perfect order!

Always Relish the time with family - it is fleeting.

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The people you love and who love you come before anything else in life. Life is in fact nothing else.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Make sure you find one with a heat pump 😜

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Heat pumps can come very handy ,to also pump up flat tires with hot air .

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

I hope you enjoyed family time and find a dwelling that doesn’t qualify for a heat pump. 😀

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May 27·edited May 27Liked by eugyppius

Enjoy your Dad as much as possible. Time with parents and family is the most important and it’s precious as we all get on in years.

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No prob, take all the time you need. We'll still be here. Good luck on the house.

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Thank you for all your hard work. You are a very important resource of information for me with children in Germany

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

F the ClimateHoaxFascists.

How about that?

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sounds good to me.

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Meanwhile, Habeck sings the Bee Gees classic "How deep is your love?" just to humiliate us.

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In the UK the imbecile who chairs a quango called the National Infrastructure Commission called for the entire UK gas supply pipeline network to be ripped out to meet "net zero" targets. There really is no limit to the level of derangement these people are prepared to go to. Be sure that Starmer and Miliband will also be watching closely how far this experiment in Germany goes

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Obviously the Romans didn’t completely exterminate the Druids in Britain and they’ve reemerged as climate activists. Just saying.

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They certainly see themselves as "high priests" just as they did in the past when they were hopelessly wrong about "holes in the ozone layer", "acid rain" and the "new ice age", yet no one points out how often they've been wrong with such unfounded doomsday predictions

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Perhaps you’ve run out of virgins to sacrifice. Just sayin…

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No sh@t.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Eugyppius, this is outrageous behaviour by these politicians and the “complacent and inattentive citizenry” are allowing them to get away with it. I share your pain.

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I wonder when the people are finally going to talk to each other and say, this is enough, we've had it.

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Probably when they can't charge their mobile phone and find cashless don't work without reliable energy

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"this is enough, we've had it."

It's starting to happen now. From a host of public opinion polls and the growing tide of hostile opinion on places like Facebook and LinkedIn, support for strong and stringent global warming measures is sinking very fast among the youngest voters. They are becoming aware that they will inherit the massive economic pain, doing without, travel restrictions, massive currency inflation, huge public debt.

That Habeck would back down after his fanatic defense of his ideology particularly including his shutdown of Germany's last nuclear power plants means that the ruling coalition is well and truly frightened at the prospect of defeat by AfD. They are trying to censor them, label them as Nazis (when the only Nazis in the room are the extreme Socialists), and outlaw a host of free expressions on various social media. And their policies are leading to a growing tide of industrial shutdowns and unemployment. This was highlighted this week by the announcement that BASF would be moving its manufacturing to other countries with friendlier electricity policies. Thyssen-Krupps had made a similar annoucement in 2021 in shutting down steel production at Duisberg.

At some point, all this economic bad news and the prospective loss of control of the government by the ruling coalition will call into question Germany's leadership of the now-truncated European Union. It will call into question Germany's dominant role in determining the value of the Euro compared to the US dollar. The worthlessness of Germany's miliitary has already been called into question by the dismal state of the Bundeswehr.

So it would not be surprising if someone else in the coalition booted Habeck and said the equivalent of, "stop tanking our public support, you moron!!!" And Habeck's surrender was the result.

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They’re obviously not frightened enough. They need to be truly scared of being flogged through the streets before losing their beloved pensions and investments. Such people are secure in the knowledge of their own greatness. Only when they face the real possibility of being deprived of their status and comfort will they stop being a threat to all that is good and decent.

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The usual response of tyrants is to increase their use or abuse of power particularly as they become more frightened of public backlash. This was shown by the increasing brutality Pol Pot in Cambodia in the 1970s. He could not be frightened into surrendering. He and the murderous Khmer Rouge could only be exterminated by an invading army from Vietnam.

So the question is whether or not the German coalition parties will ever surrender power peacefully to the AfD as a result of an election defeat.

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I just had a vision of a wind-powered phone charger.

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a bicycle phone charger might be better in case there is no wind?

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People talking to each other is exactly what the Censorship Industrial Complex (US) and the Online Harms Act are designed to prevent.

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My brother always said people don't mass in the streets until they're hungry.

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By then they have little left to lose…

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That was the point of his remark.

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Tardigrade ,I did not know that massing in the street will fill the bellies of the masses . It makes more sense to mass at the super market .

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The thing is that it is very easy to provoke a hungry person into revolt.

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Magrietha ,I can't help being sarcastic sometimes .I know super markets are not creating our problems .

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Was it Marx who said that the Germans would never successfully stage a revolution because when they stormed the railway station everybody would stop to buy a platform ticket?

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The other side of that coin is that people will put you in a firing squad if you get between their 3 meals and 4 manacles

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Good reason for ambush tactics against the firing squad types…

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I'm guessing we won't lack for time to come up with memes.

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not anytime soon, sadly.

none of this happens without the population being tenderized by massive bombardments of propaganda, in which case it usually boils down to: the good and wise and accomplished agree w X and its urgency and necessity; the evil and stupid disagree, and they must be ignored and silenced, as they are threats to our society and prosperity.

the political and media classes installed all the brains they're manipulating and know which buttons to press.

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"Being tenderized" - great turn of phrase!

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thanks!

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Remember the French Revolution. The Jacobites would impose anything, no matter how petty and destructive, in the name of overturning the Ancient Regime.

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I’ve long felt this correlation (as well as to Russian Revolution). The “ancien” was thrown out, overturned, erased without regard to its value/usefulness to be replaced by something new without regard to its cost or efficacy or replaced with nothing. Exhuming graves, slaughtering clergy, renaming days of the week, etc to what purpose or ends ?

Anarchy was the result, but presumably not the intended one (it was the intended result in Russia so that Communists could displace other competing revolutionary parties). The same cannot be said for the Open Society, World Economic Forum, BLM, Green movements today. This is not 1789, 1848, 1917, 1930 — those leading these entities know the anarchy that comes, and the opportunity that anarchy will create for them to take control fully.

Just as an exhausted France turned to Napoleon to restore public order and stabilize the young republic’s national security, these new Illuminati expect that the public will welcome them, accept their solutions, their controls, and their permanent power over every aspect of our lives. Then again, this is not 1789, 1848, etc, the public may not allow the new Robespierres five or so years in control before sending them to the guillotine.

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I think it is more of a matter of how long the elite allows the new Robespierres to remain in control. The Bolshevik success in Russia was a hard-fought battle - there was no guarantee of victory for them. The elites are definitely pushing this chaos, but there is a window between insufficient instability and too much instability that they must hit. Too little instability and the people will reject their solution, too much and the elite will lose control of the situation. It's a dangerous gamble that can easily turn against them. BTW, remember that the instigators of the French revolution were there low-level, unlanded aristocrats sitting in parlors in Paris who wanted to shake up the system. They went from sipping wine and theorizing, to trying to avoid the guillotine.

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Fair enough though I’d prefer intolerance of old bastards like Robespierre, Cromwell, or Cato from the start.

There were indeed multiple classes of people in France who were disaffected. Those in the Paris salons were among them, but I don’t think they were amongst those carrying “pitchforks and torches” about.

Claims that the Duke of Orleans was hoarding grain to cause famine conditions in Paris, if true, would bridge the two groups, and he fits your description of ones who sided with the revolution, yet lost his head anyway. Ultimately, French state was over-centralized, over-extended, over-taxed, and unmanageable by anyone after Louis XIV’s died, if not sooner.

My correlation to Russian Revolution was intended to refer to later October Bolshevik displacement of independent parties that had worked together to overthrow the Imperial government. Certainly correct that the new Russian gov’t was engaged in battles across Russia proper and adjoining nominally independent republics long after the February and October events.

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Yes, I agree with your points. I just see the similarities between many such revolutions. It was reported by General Mikhail Diterikhs that the Russian Aristocracy, primarily the women, were supportive of the revolution even though the Reds wanted to destroy them. It seems that such revolutions need the support of at least a portion of the establishment, however misguided it may be, in order to succeed. Usually it ends up in a way that these supporters never anticipated.

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When the meal plan is nothing but finger foods...your neighbors fingers?

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Don’t hold your breath.

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The complacency is very much the same here in the former USA especially concentrated in our end-of-the-alphabet generations. Many of us Boomers are just as complicit. Maybe some wise people in the future will figure out what it is about inheriting the fruits of others’ success that ruins the ability of those successor generations to maintain much less improve on what they were given. As the saying goes I have theories but I also have an asshole so… 😩

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History seems to be running its usual course - aside from a precious few we're all "good Germans" now.

On the other hand, Trump is rousing a lot of people. And the Brazilian reaction a few years ago to their presidential election steal was heartening. But from my observations, complacency remains all too much in evidence.

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Perhaps this complacency is related to an observation by our own George W. ‘By-God’ Washington that, “Men fight only as much as they have to.” His army was having recruitment difficulties at the time and, in apparent fact, only about 3% of the population is said to have taken part in the actual fighting the rest supplying intelligence and supplies if that. So, perhaps, if one can’t or won’t take part in the festivities directly one can provide who, where and when type info to those that are. Smuggling supplies also helps. War by other means…. Whatever the level of participation I believe that the next revolution is going to have to be a worldwide one because these bastards want to control the entire human race and that has never happened before. The consequences of that happening would be catastrophic in ways that I don’t think anyone understands.

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Pretty sure you’re gonna find we boomers are the first to light off.

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I’ll believe it when and only when I see it but what a way to go!

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You’ve bit more power if you live in the land of your birth - I don’t I live in the EU …. advantage? ☀️ nothing else

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

They tried to confine the citizens of free countries to their f*g homes, and far too many of the populace went along with it. Now there is no limit to which certain members of the political classes won’t interfere with the minutiae of daily life and see this as entirely appropriate.

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They seem to think there's no limit. But even during the pandemic there was a lot of skepticism, and now that a lot more of us have become suspicious, that limit is starting to constrict the options of the technocrats and their pandemecist allies. As Habeck himself admitted, the reaction to the GEG in its initial form would probably have "knocked the entire climate protection programme off its feet." I, for one, believe that it already has.

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I hear you but I wouldn't confuse skepticism with dissension.

The former is free. The later has a price. Sometimes the ultimate price.

What I saw was 99.9% of the population unwilling to pay the smallest of price.

I mean who could live without their Costco privileges for not wearing a mask?

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Here in Florida, friend, we didn’t see anything close to the high sheep count.

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I'm aware. I live in Florida.

Florida was completely different

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I live in NY and took it on the chin for not wearing a mask in grocery stores. Let me tell you, sweat was running down my back as I made my way through a completely packed grocery store the week of Christmas in 2021 and aside from my husband and one other woman, was the only unmasked person there. We had big smiles on our faces and said hello to everyone we encountered. They, in turn, gave us wide berth. Absolutely crazy! I had an older man follow me around a warehouse type store one morning though I tried to keep my distance from him out of respect. He had some nasty words for me as in "you belong in a special place for not wearing a mask."

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Yes, a key factor was that people trusted the authorities, so they went along. But that has changed a lot - people are waking up to the fact that the authorities do not have their best interests at heart. But they still haven't come to terms with just how insidious the situation has become.

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We can only hope that it has

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Freezing in your hovel is good for ESG, peasants.

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While they take saunas to clense the skin.

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“Peas porridge hot. Peas porridge cold. Peas porridge in the pot nine days old.”

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In Afrikaans "pap en tik"😂

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Think about it- if it were really all about energy and weaning off fossil fuels- why did they shut down the nuclear plants and scrap any plans for improving whatever problem there are with that?

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It is to reduce our standard of living under the guise of climate. Guilt for the success of the West. We can't have that since we are all equal.

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I respectfully disagree. The elites *hate* the ordinary people. They want to hurt them, and enjoy doing so. Look at the gratuitous attacks in the US by elites on cab drivers who complain about lesbians snogging in the back seat, or bakers who won’t bake cakes for homosexual “weddings”. Or the demonstrators in Europe who block working people from doing their jobs. Such people feel no guilt for anything.

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100%. I am shocked at the number of people who still don't know what time it is. The "elites" hate us. It's really that simple. The suffering is the point.

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You make a good point. The contempt is visible. The Christian bakers is a good example. It was a performance to demonstrate their own moral superiority. And much of that was driven by hate for their social inferiors.

But the dismantling of countries that they themselves inhabit is guilt, not hate. We cannot be allowed to survive because all must be equal.

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The good old White Anglo Saxon Guilt Complex as some have dubbed it for a long time. I noticed it in my youth with some confusion I must admit; few if any other people around the world felt the slightest bit of sorrow for doing the same things the WAGs were feeling guilty about. Finally noticed that those who suffered from it seemed to arrange for everyone else to be the ones to pay for their sense of guilt.

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Indeed. It is often the APPEARANCE of atoning for the sins, not the actual atonement. Where I am I note those most keen on multiculturalism make sure to not be within several dozen miles of the Somalis and others they champion. It is us who must bear the cost.

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Is the guilt complex just the god complex in disguise? After all you can only feel guilty if you’re responsible

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I think it is in fact an inability to reconcile what they have been taught, that all are equal, and what they see, the total dysfunction of entire societies.

Even just within our own countries we see massive differences in people. This cannot be seen. So they are now grasping at methods to reduce our standard of living. One of them is climate, which seems to be working its way into everything.

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So perhaps we should clone the Bog People and ask them if they were sacrificed to the climate gods by their Druids?

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That's probably too racist, lol.

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Zealots are amazing in their dedication to whips and hair shirts for all

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Indeed they are. As they say puritans are haunted by the notion someone, somewhere is enjoying themselves.

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it is all about atonement and renunciation and being seen by the rest of the world (and your cohort) as the morally advanced souls of greatest purity, sanctity and wisdom. everything comes after this.

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Quite so. It is a rehearsed performance. They are indifferent to the suffering it causes.

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Obviously coal-burning plants are better for the environment.

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Shut down Germany at all costs, is how it looks to me

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Control.

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Maybe because nuclear plants are the only target on earth that would ensure mutual assured destruction between the Globalist and a rebellious uprising?

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

"...honestly a test of how far society is prepared to go in terms of climate protection when it becomes a reality."

Seriously?

This was a test to gauge how far government can mandate?

Let's try "IF it becomes a reality".

And it won't, 'cuz there is no climate change...

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Apparently, common sense is not required. You are right on target, in my humble opinion

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Might that not be more aptly phrased, "Apparently, exercise of common sense has been forbidden".

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Great rewrite. I agree

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^^^^

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Instead of doxxing and mobbing some irrelevant drunken young snobs, the German media should report this and in particular the following:

Germany was the only country in the West that saw real estate prices fall in 2023, and that by a massive 10%.

The sole difference and as such cause for that decline was Habeck's GEG.

With residential real estate in Germany being worth approximately €10German billions = American trillions, Habeck has already cost German real estate owners (skewed towards the poorer ones living in older houses in the countryside) a cool €1billion/trillion, or about twice the whole Covid bill and waste.

This person belongs into a prison, not a parliament.

Where he should share a cell with his mate Christian Drosten.

https://dailysceptic.org/2024/05/26/forget-about-prosecute-fauci-prosecute-drosten/

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

What exactly can anyone do? The AfD will be smothered, and I mean Germany hasn't quite had an economic depression quite yet. Plus Brussels is more or less on the same page as the green extremists. This is EUs fate. Mass migration, techno-fascism, and climate religion.

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The AfD will continue to prevail at the polls, increasing its support time after time, until either it governs Germany, or its opponents wake up and start co-opting its policies.

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I hope to heaven you are right

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For now. Until the Germans assert themselves. Then it all changes.

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we're gonna have to wait for a whole nother batch of Germans....

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Promises, promises.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Not much changed anywhere over the centuries, even millennia. Those in power are never satisfied with the amount of power they have; they always want more. They believe and want everyone to believe that they are a superior cast, are entitled to more, more money, more slaves to serve them, more of everything. The populace, they think, are mere serfs. Wait for it, do nothing, and the right to the first night will come back.

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The Covid plandemic campaign shows that the powers that unleashed and relentlessly pushed the death jabs are weeding out the conformists by rapid onset of chronic disease and early death. This means those of us who are left are going to put up a pretty big fight from here on out. Maybe this is unintended consequences of them not thinking it through clearly, and maybe they are not that smart. This outcome though is ironic.

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I'm afraid the "weeding out" won't happen. Even though the death rate since the vax rollout for people 19-50 has risen dramatically, it's still very low. Our robust immune systems and dynamic genetic selection mechanisms will defeat even the most insidious effects of the poison jab.

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yes, I agree God made our immune systems very robust with the ability to weed out and over-right bad DNA code (time will tell in regards to short and mid-term fertility stats what is occuring). Gert Vander Bossch and Dr Phillip McMillan believe that the uber vaccinated have so compromised their immunity that they are one step away from immune collapse with the next major covid mutation and will become totally dependent on pharma emergency efforts to save them. Dr McMillan has said many people he is treating are refusing to get better despite good protocols being thrown at them and they fail rapidly. (see his rumble Vejon Covid-19 channel).

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ewww, droit du seigneur?!

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May 26·edited May 26

Yup! Ewww indeed, like so much of what they already do, that is ewww and beyond! Le seigneur, whoever the lords are, will be the first to mount any damsel in their kingdom; and fathers and husbands and brothers beware and keep quiet, because les seigneurs will burn you at the stake, or tear your limbs apart if any voices disagreement.

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Sometimes I wonder if the world isn't so messed up because of so much inbreeding.... How many people were sired by these lords back then, that ended up mixing their blood with their own blood, and... You get my drift.

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Top 10 Most Inbred People in History

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OqRgmf-4ws

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Modern day inbreeding takes the weirdness to a whole different level. The money stays in the same hands, the ideas and ideologies fester, and the putrid results are what we call monopolies, i.e., the result of crony capitalism. Where capitalism and free markets translate into freedom, crony capitalism transforms societies into Roman-Ike arenas where people of different races, creeds and economic status fight for reasons they do not understand or know. We all know the old dictum, "divide to conquer," and divided and conquered we are!

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Isn’t that much like what the imported minions of your lords and ladies are already doing? So, when are you European y chromosomers going to rediscover testosterone and grow a pair? Casualties are unavoidable, just make sure they have many more. We’ll give you a Viking send off.

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William Wallace forever! Vive la Guillotine and the spirit behind it!*. May their heads soon roll again! Now y’all know the real reason behind the First Amendment - blab what you want - being backed by the Second Amendment - if your government types bring guns to silence you then you can have guns to silence them. Silly NRA, it was never about hunting anything except game of the bipedal kind when it becomes necessary. It’s becoming necessary…everywhere. Get the hint?

*I like the noose too, less messy.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

I think a legislation of that kind is already on board in Belgium. Dad said the new house next doors has a heat pump, and in order to lender the cost of heating with it, the young couple is now saving money for solar panels and batteries. The heat pump is already mandatory, and they have floor heating (which I know from someone, is extremely costly to put in, and to heat with). In the South of Belgium, French speaking Wallonia, these measures are unnecessary, and they can still heat with wood and coal. This is one country - but it does not seem like it!

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

There is a lot of technical stuff that goes over people's and politicians heads. Underfloor heating requires a large surface area heated to a low temperature whereas classical oil or gas or district heating using radiators runs much hotter. The former needs to run 24/7. You cannot come home from work and warm the house or selected rooms in 30 minutes.

In my house, with district heating, I basically let most of the house go cold overnight, every room is heated as needed, with anally managed timer system on every radiator. My heating costs a third of idiot neighbour who runs the heating all day and night.

A switch to low feed temp heat pump would massively increase my heating energy consumption, heating when I do not want or need it.

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"Anally managed timer"? Oh you sound anal all right.

PS- Why is it your business how your neighbor heats his house or how warm he keeps it?

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the point is that certain energy saving measures may have effects opposite of those intended.

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Many "energy saving measures" are purely performative. They don't actually do that which they were designed to do, which was, ostensibly, warm a dwelling, cook food, or transport people or materials using less energy than traditional methodologies. Comprehensive life cycle analysis of most of the "green" initiatives have confirmed that costs are enormously higher, output is unreliable, at best, and the aggregate environmental impact tends to be significantly greater.

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My rule-of-thumb is "the more something costs, the more resources it requires, hence, the more it's going to negatively impact the environment."

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Precisely!

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Will they make ordinary people poorer and less free? Then they’re doing what’s intended. People intend the foreseeable consequences of their actions.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

It isn't. It's an observation on what I would be required to do if we were forced to use a low feed temperature heat pump, as Habeck would like, and that dictating it as a one size fits all policy would be counterproductive when applied to people like me.

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One is free to observe without interfering as appears to be the case here. You anal retentive types on the other hand should just chill out 🥶.

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Wow. So many things here to pick at. Yikes. I’m glad so many caught it. You might learn a little more regarding home heating as opposed to your idiot neighbor who obviously knows nothing. lol

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Holy crap, how can they be so different.

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May 26·edited May 26Liked by eugyppius

I'll trade you Sweden's Alice Bah Kuhnke*.

On her list of promises should she get elected into the EU parliament are these gems:

>At least half of the EU budget of €187 000 000 000 is to be earmarked for "climate equity measures".

>A union-wide ban on flying if you can go by train in under three hours.

>100% decrease in CO2 emissions before 2040.

>Member nations who violate "democratic values" are to be penalised and put under EU-rule.

>All new construction to be clad in solar panels or no building permit.

>A union wide ban on coal power before 2030, including imported power.

*Green Party, former minister of culture, a post she was awarded by her party on merit: when young, this woman was the TV-host of the "Disney Club" show, and also posed for a pornographic magazine, including lewd acts with a cigar. In her office when she was minister of culture, she had a wall-hanging reading "Now is the time for a cultural revolution".

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There's nothing that turns on a guilty white Protestant more than being debased by an angry black person out for revenge. Europe's elites have a desperate Submission fetish and they are importing all their favorite Doms, who will have no problem treating them like the guilty monsters they are, and who will be happy to conquer and rule, which the guilty white Protestants know they deserve and will enjoy as a final thrill.

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There’s a sad truth.

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She is obviously a communist. Thinking even the Swedes are done with the Climate Hoax so she won’t get elected.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

Honestly, I think she'd fail spelling "communist" (or "kommunist") at least one try out of three.

What she is, mainly, is a ditz and a well past use-by-date celebrity, coasting on that and being a mulatto woman.

The people who approached her for the Green Party, many years ago, are however real communists of the old school. There's a huge undercurrent of communists in Sweden, people in their 60s and older who were left-wing radicals in their youth, and still see the world as if it's 1968.

A common nick-name for them is "Gröna Khmererna"; the Khmer Green.

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As the new saying goes, “Green is the new Red.”

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Geezuz H. What a clown show.

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She’s probably gonna get a revolution, but it’s not gonna be cultural, it’s gonna be with guns and shit.

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I don't know how we in the west get out of this stupid climate catastrophe mess. There is no catastrophe. The climate and the weather are completely out of our control. CO2 is what makes the world green. The world will die without it.

If these Green politicians and activists really want to Save the World they should be outlawing pesticides and herbicides not cows and central heating.

But, from Rachel Carson onwards the Environmentalists have failed to achieve very much and they have now all morphed into nutty Climate Catastrophists.

I totally despair. The future looks bleak and crazy and dangerous in ways it never was before.

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Stuffy, this is a consequence of living in perpetual fear and national loss of faith in God as Creator and Sustainer. there is real hope, but the reality is its going to get worse,before it gets better. The Lord Jesus is coming back to stop total destruction of the planet, but before this occurs, partial destruction is coming on the earth as judgment (read the last book in the Bible, Revelations). Our only hope is in Jesus.

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Where is the blood of Hans Kohlhase when you need it? There was a time when Germans didn't take bad shit lightly.

I will say this--at times when it was not just costly for me but terrifying in a small and ordinary way, I had the fully functioning ovaries to say "no!" when it was necessary to do so. I'll give free training on request.

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May 26Liked by eugyppius

I lost track of how many people I told, as soon as the covidians started talking about "lockdowns," that you cannot give an inch on principles without conceding the entire argument. If you agree that politicians can lock you up "for safety" over a virus, you've agreed they have the right to lock you up over anything else they feel like claiming is a threat. If you agree that the government can tell you what kind of lightbulb to use or to dictate "efficiency" standards to the makers of washing machines and cars, you have conceded *all* your property rights. It's only a matter of time before the government takes them.

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> I lost track of how many people I told, as soon as the covidians started talking about "lockdowns," that you cannot give an inch on principles without conceding the entire argument. If you agree that politicians can lock you up "for safety" over a virus, you've agreed they have the right to lock you up over anything else they feel like claiming is a threat.

Nobody takes me seriously when I say this, but one of the most terrifying things in the world to me is that, in summer of 2020, after the Ascension of St. Floyd, my city passed a resolution formally declaring 'racism' to be a 'public health problem'.

They _already_ threw people in jail over the public health problem of covid. How long until cops get to shoot me in the head if I give a n***** a funny look? THIS IS NOT A JOKE, THIS IS NOT A HYPERBOLE. The legal basis for doing this is already on the books here, they just haven't done it. Yet.

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Nobody took me seriously when I said "concentration camps" about "quarantine facilities," nor do they take me seriously to this day, despite the fact that Australia and China ostentatiously clapped people into...what? Concentration camps. The justification this time was a fake virus. The justification next time will be something else, but there will be a next time because when the "security operatives" banged on their doors, no one made it cost them anything.

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?... The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin's thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If...if...We didn't love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation.... We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”

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The one think or thing I keep letting the organs know, and I know I’m on their fucking list, is I’m in that hallway, with my pitchfork. If they ever intend to come after me for my beliefs, they better send their best. I will not go quietly.

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That's the right mindset.

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^^^

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Think Solzhenitsyn knew something? And here in the states,where most can get firearms relatively easily ( we have stores that sell guns) most people don’t, and still don’t get it.

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I think a lot of gun owners get it, but I also think a lot of people who own guns just own them. The willingness to use them requires the mindset that Solzhenitsyn was talking about: acceptance that you have nothing left to lose. There's no voting your way out of the knock on the door. That state of things isn't inevitable--nothing open to human choice is--but philosophically, culturally, and politically there's very little to oppose it these days.

They say that the guy who goes through the OODA loop the fastest wins. People are still in denial about how close we are to running out of civilized options. Instead of getting themselves mentally ready to grab whatever's at hand when that knock comes, too many keep thinking, "I can't believe this is happening." Maybe being effective at costing "the organs" something also requires resignation: "I'm going to die here today, but I won't die a slave."

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Answer: Obtain the means to shoot them in the head. May I suggest a high velocity castration first if conditions permit?

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Holy Crap!

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It is easy to be willingly blind when you're unwilling to pay the price for freedom.

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