Consensus usually gives rise to the worst decisions and plans.
More evidence that something fundamental is happening in US mainstream media. It’s started reporting some news accurately and fairly … for ABC News to say Trump’s Georgia prosecutor is just throwing things against the wall is quite something. https://t.co/muewMBcRYo— Andrew Neil (@afneil) September 15, 2023
Removing Biden is the most effective way to neutralise Trump.
‘According to the New European, the BBC’s disinformation correspondent Marianna Spring was allegedly caught embellishing her CV when applying for a job in 2018.’— The Spectator (@spectator) September 8, 2023
✍️ Steerpike https://t.co/VORRecvQFD
Don't lie on your CV!
BREAKING: Senator Mitch McConnell appearing to have another freezing episodepic.twitter.com/oqthEUvF2Q— The Spectator Index (@spectatorindex) August 30, 2023
Like it or not, there comes a time when we each of us become to old and decrepit to function in a high pressure environment.
You do yourself, and others, no favours by staying on beyond your sell by date.
2 days left.— Mike Buckner, MBA (@ShabezJr) August 16, 2023
Civilization ends on August 18th.
I will be heading for a cave in central US tomorrow.
This week has been spent preparing my family and warning others.
The Adam and Eve story will repeat (again).
For those that are slow witted:
1 People can't wear masks 24/7
2 The majority of masks worn by normal people were cloth or the crap ones demonstrated in the video
3 Covid is an endemic airborne virus, it ain't going nowhere and people are not going to wear masks 24/7 for the rest of their lives.
A plan that cannot be executed, because it relies on 100% perfect laboratory conditions, is a crap plan!
Don't fall for the hype of ESG, those who promote it will be out of work soon enough!
In 2021, Saudi Aramco raised $28 billion by selling bonds. These bonds were marketed as ESG-compliant, even though Saudi Aramco is a major producer of fossil fuels.
How did this happen?
Well, there is a loophole in the way that ESG funds are regulated. These funds are not required to exclude companies that produce fossil fuels, as long as those companies meet certain ESG criteria.
In the case of Saudi Aramco, the company was able to meet these criteria by creating a complex web of financial structures.
Aramco created two special purpose vehicles (SPVs) to issue the bonds. These SPVs had no direct links to Aramco, so they were able to get an above-average score in a widely used ESG screening.
As a result, the bonds were included in JPMorgan's ESG indexes, which are tracked by about $40 billion of assets under management. This meant that ESG investors were unknowingly investing in Aramco.
These structures allowed Saudi Aramco to sell its bonds without actually having to change its business practices.
This loophole is a major problem for the ESG investing industry. It allows companies like Saudi Aramco to greenwash their image and attract investment from ESG funds.
A man calmly eating his sandwich in the middle of riots 🤦🏻♂️😃— Musa Kayrak (@musakayrak) June 30, 2023
#Marseille #émeutes #Nahel #Nanterre #Marsilya Fransa #France #Frankreich #emeutes #EidAlAdha #Paris Macron #hayirlicumalar
Paris seems nice!
There was a time when science was sought to solve problems.
Scientists worked tirelessly to find cures for diseases, develop new technologies, and improve our understanding of the world around us. However, in recent years, science has taken a darker turn. Instead of finding solutions, it seems to be more interested in restricting our lives.
Sadly now, with the cult of climate change and covid paranoia, science is being used to restrict our lives and regulate our personal choices. In the name of public health, governments are banning certain foods, drugs, and other substances and threatening passport controls/lockdowns in the event of future endemic diseases.
Whilst the cult of climate change (egged on science) seeks to impose restrictions on our travel, leisure and our work.
Science has been debased, we need to ensure that we resist those who seek to use it to restrict our freedoms.
Western intelligence agencies are warning that Putin has been mortally wounded by Prigozhin’s aborted coup and that NATO must prepare for the collapse of Russia. It’s difficult to predict the likely timing, but civil war seems inevitable rather than possible. We could see a…— Nicholas Drummond (@nicholadrummond) June 26, 2023
Biden with closed caption is the best Biden 😂— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) June 13, 2023
Biden Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm says she supports requiring the U.S. military to adopt an ALL-electric vehicle fleet by 2030 pic.twitter.com/pw4F3jmrpo— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 26, 2023
Question: What's the difference between US classified documents and Epstein's "client" lists?
Answer: Epstein's client lists never leak!
First night of Germany's grid without nuclear: it's bad.— Mark Nelson (@energybants) April 17, 2023
It's night. No sun. Wind has dropped to almost nothing.
Most of German "renewables" right now is richly-subsidized bioenergy with half the net CO2 emissions of an efficient gas power plant.
Importing nuclear from France. pic.twitter.com/rZWPm9nWhD
As the proud son of the Blewitts of County Mayo and the Finnegans of County Louth, it’s great to be back in Ireland – the place where my ancestors forged the same values that I’ve passed down to my own children and grandchildren. pic.twitter.com/rRtyS38HRV— President Biden (@POTUS) April 12, 2023