Temperatures have been exceptionally high the past few days and the people across the Northern Hemisphere have been feeling it big time. From Scotland to the US temperatures are really rising.
Thousands have been forced to leave their homes in California and plenty are without power as this heatwave prompts a high electricity demand and wildfires rage. The temperature at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) actually reached 111 degrees on the 6th and thus surpassed the previous record of 109. This being a record set well before the 2000s.
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) July 7, 2018
Most of Southwest California was under red flag warning from the 6th until this weekend and who knows what else might come from all of this. China has also been seeing record highs in recent times as they have been dealing with sweltering heat since May. There is no doubting this has something to do with warming of the planet itself. All of these things should be seen as quite worrying signs.
Coup d’etat in Slowmotion
by Ole Dammegard
For almost 30 years investigator Ole Dammegård has been on a quest to find the truth behind some of the worst conspiracies in the history of world – such as the murders US President John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, John Lennon and the blowing up of m/s Estonia killing at least 852 innocent people. This has taken him on a very frightening and dangerous journey into unknown territories. What has been claimed as acts by lone madmen has turned out to be connected to the International military industrial complex and top level high finance, all sanctioned locally behind dark smoke screens. This ground breaking book focuses on the assassination of the Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, who was gunned down in February 1986. In Volume I secret agents, mercenaries, professional assassins, top politicians and innocent scapegoats fill the pages of this explosive book which shows a side of Sweden and the western world earlier glimpsed by very few.