Join us in the great awakening! Sheep no more, Dark to light.
I was once one of those sheep, oppressed, depressed, feeling there was no way out until someone sent me a video showing how the Cabal set the president up. It changed my life forever. I will never go back into the dark again.
Our freedom and liberty are at stake, reject the socialist agenda.
When we begin to pull back the curtain we quickly run into figures like Prince Charles, who recently met with the heads of 18 Commonwealth countries to consolidate climate emergency legislation which was promptly passed in the UK and Canadian Parliaments. At the end of the meeting Charles said that we “have 18 months to save the world from climate change” and called for “increasing the amount of private sector finance flowing towards the supporting sustainable development throughout the commonwealth”.
Cory Morningstar exposing the real reason for so-called sustainability and the ‘New Green Deal ‘
Alexandria Ocasio -Cortez.
Cortez explaining why she ran for her seat at 9mins 42 seconds.
The’ New Green Deal’, ironically the use of REE in the manufacture of certain wind turbines is far from’ Green’ and is highly toxic to us and the planet these people claim to love.
Kitty, my research has led me to strip mining in an ancient forest with delicate ecosystems. That will never return once this starts happening. Correction is happening. Those solar panels are very polluting to make.
First, mining and refining the elements is highly toxic. Rare earths are (confusingly) not rare geologically, but the ores often contain radioactive elements like uranium and thorium. Separating the elements into pure metals useful for manufacturing is also difficult. (The quantum properties that make the rare earth elements so useful for electrical and magnetic applications are also what make them hard to disentangle from each other.) The byproducts of the extraction process include dangerous gases and radioactive wastewater, which is usually stored in tailings ponds.
From my understanding and I sent my husband to oil drilling in Canada is what’s called mud. It’s the water, the proprietary chemicals that help break up materials in the earth. They get pumped out into a tailing pond, where they may be aerated and dispersed into the air and will come down when it rains. Yes, it’s toxic as hell, but that’s your problem now.
Kitty, I’m very excited about going back to space, as a kid in the ’60s and 70’s watching the Apollo missions gathered around one TV was so exciting. The new adventurers to plant flags on the moon and beyond.
A number of interesting articles including Smart Cities.
Smart Meter banned video .
The use of Smart Meters in Mass Surveillence.
A always follow the money
Part 2 to include the Singularity . AI . Face book and what it means to be Human
Wow, we are really onto something, kitty! We are getting a bigger picture of the cause of this globalism crapola. You did a fantastic job as always. There still plenty of meat on the folks! We will be bringing you more.
He who controls the Rare Earth Elements controls the world
Let me give some background, I’m an amateur rock hound, and I love semi-precious gemstones to collect and display. Being that I’m a little nerdy, I wanted to know where they come from and the properties these lovely things are made of. Afghanistan has semi-precious stones which we’ve all known they’ve been sitting on since the dawn of time, Kunzite, Amber, Lapis, gold, and copper. How do they mine anything with the country in turmoil?
Afghanistan biggest export seemed to be opium creating drug addicts all over the world, but it appears the Chinese have stepped it up a notch by stepping on the Heroin by adding deadly fentanyl to the mix. They are killing tens of thousands of people. Heroin is getting replaced by fentanyl. Farmers of poppies tar are not making money, some are encouraged to grow fruit crops in Mexico, but the more significant money makers are cannabis that grows like a weed.
In 2009, in one of his first major war policy decisions since becoming president, Barack Obama oversaw an end to U.S. poppy eradication. The substitute seed program continued, and even accelerated. The monitoring of drug networks was stepped up – but largely to find their connections to militant cells. Kingpins were still busted. But torching fields was over. Without American support, Afghan government counternarcotic operations withered to a merely symbolic scale. Kabul’s agents would raze one acre of a 10-acre plot and call it “eradicated.” The agents got paid, the government could tell Russia and the U.N. that it was cracking down on drugs and the farmers still had viable fields. While the fighting in Afghanistan continued to escalate after 2009, the poppy farms were no longer the major source of instability.
This intelligence-gathering mission seems to be going nowhere. But after half an hour or so Mohammad grows more comfortable and expansive. He explains that today’s poppy prices are down compared to the golden years of the late 1990s, when the Taliban was in charge, there was no eradication – token or otherwise – and U.S. troops weren’t hanging around trying to figure out how they felt about the crop. “People are still dreaming of the boom years,” he says.
This is a working theory folks, I want to make awareness of the Fentanyl epidemic brought on by Chinese gangs and REM. If these people are struggling to make a living growing poppy, how fast will they jump on the mining of REM? It’s psyops, don’t push eradication but instead gentle tell them about REM making millionaires overnight, how glorious does that sound? Read the entire Wired Article written by David Axe its good.
What Afghanistan has is a wealth of rare earth minerals. What are rare earth minerals you ask?
Despite their name, rare-earth elements are – with the exception of the radioactive promethium – relatively plentiful in Earth’s crust, with cerium being the 25th most abundant element at 68 parts per million, more abundant than copper. However, because of their geochemical properties, rare-earth elements are typically dispersed and not often found concentrated in rare-earth minerals; as a result economically exploitable ore deposits are less common. The first rare-earth mineral discovered (1787) was gadolinite, a mineral composed of cerium, yttrium, iron, silicon, and other elements. This mineral was extracted from a mine in the village of Ytterby in Sweden; four of the rare-earth elements bear names derived from this single location.
Take a look at the link and see the elements and what they are used for, big tech comes to mind.
Until 1948, most of the world’s rare earths were sourced from placer sand deposits in India and Brazil. Through the 1950s, South Africa was the world’s rare-earth source, from a monazite-rich reef at the Steenkampskraal mine in Western Cape province. Through the 1960s until the 1980s, the Mountain Pass rare earth mine in California made the United States the leading producer. Today, the Indian and South African deposits still produce some rare-earth concentrates, but they are dwarfed by the scale of Chinese production. In 2017, China produced 81% of the world’s rare-earth supply, mostly in Inner Mongolia, although it had only 36.7% of reserves. Australia was the second and only other major producer with 15% of world production. All of the world’s heavy rare earths (such as dysprosium) come from Chinese rare-earth sources such as the polymetallicBayan Obo deposit. The Browns Range mine, located 160 km south east of Halls Creek in northern Western Australia, is currently under development and is positioned to become the first significant dysprosium producer outside of China.
A table listing the 17 rare-earth elements, their atomic number and symbol, the etymology of their names, and their main usages (see also Applications of lanthanides) is provided here. Some of the rare-earth elements are named after the scientists who discovered or elucidated their elemental properties, and some after their geographical discovery.
Despite being one of the poorest nations in the world, Afghanistan may be sitting on one of the richest troves of minerals in the world, valued at nearly $1 trillion, according to U.S. scientists.
Afghanistan, a country nearly the size of Texas, is loaded with minerals deposited by the violent collision of the Indian subcontinent with Asia. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) began inspecting what mineral resources Afghanistan had after U.S.-led forces drove the Taliban from power in the country in 2004. As it turns out, the Afghanistan Geological Survey staff had kept Soviet geological maps and reports up to 50 years old or more that hinted at a geological gold mine.
In 2006, U.S. researchers flew airborne missions to conduct magnetic, gravity and hyperspectral surveys over Afghanistan. The magnetic surveys probed for iron-bearing minerals up to 6 miles (10 kilometers) below the surface, while the gravity surveys tried to identify sediment-filled basins potentially rich in oil and gas. The hyperspectral survey looked at the spectrum of light reflected off rocks to identify the light signatures unique to each mineral. More than 70 percent of the country was mapped in just two months. [Facts About Rare Earth Minerals (Infographic)]
The surveys verified all the major Soviet finds. Afghanistan may hold 60 million tons of copper, 2.2 billion tons of iron ore, 1.4 million tons of rare earth elements such as lanthanum, cerium and neodymium, and lodes of aluminum, gold, silver, zinc, mercury and lithium. For instance, the Khanneshin carbonatite deposit in Afghanistan’s Helmand province is valued at $89 billion, full as it is with rare earth elements.
The researchers’ work has helped develop what are essentially treasure maps that let mining companies know what minerals are there, how much is there, and where they are, all to attract bids on the rights to the deposits. The Afghan government has already signed a 30-year, $3 billion contract with the China Metallurgical Group, a state-owned mining enterprise based in Beijing, to exploit the Mes Aynak copper deposit, and awarded mining rights for the country’s biggest iron deposit to a group of Indian state-run and private companies. [Is China Mining a Rare Earth Monopoly? Op-Ed]
WAKE UP! If you vote, the Dems in those skies are falling narratives will come true, and you won’t be driving a fossil fuel car but the electric one. Since we know they did quid pro quo with Ukraine, they no doubt will do the same in Afghanistan. China has already got their hands in the pot of gold. These deals happened under the Obama administration and, most likely, Hillary Clinton.
I never thought this dive was so deep!
Kitty our amazing researcher went and found us some more links and we like to thank the Global Research site 💋 that posted this
We do have the capabilities to track resources from space, that’s not a lie. I love when people come to Oak Island and show them new gadgets to find treasure. Seal Team the TV show that I was binge-watching the other night did an episode on finding REM, I had to find out if it was true and here it is. We don’t go to war for anything, but I do think that we got had on this one or maybe Team Obama had to have known all about it.
A hiking trip to the true spirit of the mountain world in a less travelled area of Northern Norway: Welcome to Senja. The weather in Norway can always change quickly, especially in the mountains. Sometimes you just have 5 minutes of light, then rain showers and clouds are passing like trains and suddenly the sun comes out and shows us beautiful rainbows and incredible colours up in the sky.
It was quite painful to get up for sunrise at 2 am in the morning after just two hours of sleep in a tent and then hike to the summit. It’s the ultimate challenge for every landscape photographer: You should give it a try – even if chances are low, there’s still hope for a tiny gap in the clouds that will reward you with the most fantastic light. These moments let you forget all your efforts.
I’m very happy to share a new video of my series “The Beauty of”, this time in beautiful Senja together with some talented photographers from all over the world. Special thanks to my friends Max Rive Photography and Daniel Kordan, it’s always a pleasure working together with you guys.
Camera: Dennis Schmelz B-Roll: Danny Rest & Michael Karam Edit & Grading: Dennis Schmelz Sound Design & Mix: Florian Gramelsberger