Energy Crisis May Lead To De-Industrialization Of Europe

Early Technocracy sought to control economic activity by controlling energy. It should be self evident to anyone with a little grey matter between their ears that all economic activity is directly related on available energy. The attack on traditional fuels in Europe is specifically designed to cause de-industrialization.

Company In Finland Seeks To Regulate US Companies For SDG Compliance

CNBC carried a story, It’s a ‘wild west out there’: CEO says regulation needed to keep firms in line on sustainability,  suggesting that American companies need to be forcibly whipped into shape over the United Nations’ Sustainable Development goals. Sustainable Development is Technocracy, any which way you slice it. 

The Control Network: Laundering Money With Total Immunity

Over the years, I have written several papers on global banking, central banks and in particular, about the Bank for International Settlements. Corey Lynn, sponsored by the Solari Report (Catherine Austin Fitts) digs deep into the central bank/monetary world to reveal the largest money laundering machine of all time. To call this monster a giant vampire squid is an understatement. 

German Energy Company Takes Down Windmills To Make Room For Coal Mining

Irony is as irony does. Greens in Germany are freaking out as at least one energy company is dismantling windmills to dig for coal. After decades of pushing Europe’s super-state into irrational and destructive green policies, reality has smacked others into figuring out that not dying in the winter is more important than appeasing “mother earth” and its Gaia worshippers.

Shuttered U.S. Oil Refineries May Never Restart

As refineries close due to obsolescence or sabotage, the policy war against them virtually assures that they will never be reopened; and there hasn’t been a new refinery built in 50 years. The multi-generational war on oil will eventually force combustion engines into oblivion as prices of remaining products continue to rise.

Boom: Single Chip Can Transmit Twice The Throughput Of Entire Internet

This is a breakthrough of epic proportions as a single chip has set a new data transfer record of 1.8 Petabytes per second. One Petabyte is equal to 1,000 Terabytes, or roughly 500 billion pages of standard printed text. The entire Library of Congress could be transmitted 100 times in a single second. The implication for global digitization is inconceivable.