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Ice Age Farmer Report: EU's "Farm to Fork" exposed - Total takeover of food in EU's "Green Deal"

The EU's "Farm to Fork" strategy was unveiled this week, describing the necessary shift in people's diets to insects as protein and away from meat/dairy. The EU promises to apply prohibitively high luxury taxes to meat and dairy, and has allocated € 100s of billions to BOTH buy out traditional farmers to stop farming AND simultaneously fund robotic insect farms and lab-grown meat. Plus, they plan to refuse any trade deals unless partner countries are EQUALLY committed to "Green Alliances." This is a GLOBAL takeover of our food supply. Understand it. Expose it. Grow food.



Powerful 6.1 earthquake hits off Vanuatu Coast

The nation in located in a region that is part of the Pacific Ocean basin's "Ring of Fire", notorious for its earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

A powerful 6.1-magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of Vanuatu some 80 kilometres northwest of the capital Port-Vila, the United State Geological Survey said on Wednesday. The seismic activity was registered at a depth of 10 kilometres at 7:09 a.m. UTC, the USGS added. There are no reports of casualties or damage caused by the tremor. No tsunami alert was issued by the authorities.

Solar Flares

Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Signs in the sun and news but you can't view it

NASA tweet
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Many main stream stories about decreasing solar activity, cosmic ray increases, even NASA says deep solar minimums (grand solar minimums) happen but have very little effect on Earth's climate. Lets look back in history and see the effects of Grand Solar Minimums on our civilization. Then you may see why 120 observatories globally have been closed.

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Ice Age Farmer Report: SOLAR LOCKDOWN: Plandemic & Grand Solar Minimum

A "SOLAR LOCKDOWN" has been announced across media outlets, and Forbes even declares we should fear! But why? And what is a Grand Solar Minimum anyway? Christian breaks down how the script is now in play for food shortages and offers a refresher on the impact of solar cycles.



Biker in critical condition after attack by grizzly bear near Big Sky, Montana

Authorities say a mountain biker was attacked by a grizzly bear Monday near the southern Montana community of Big Sky

A mountain biker was attacked by a grizzly bear Monday near the southern Montana community of Big Sky, according to authorities.

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks spokesperson Morgan Jacobsen told the Billings Gazette that the man was able to walk away and find help. He was airlifted to a hospital with injuries to his face and back and is stable in critical condition.


End of May snowfall at Prokoško Lake, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Snow fell on Prokosko Lake on Tuesday, Avaz news portal reports.

A sudden change in the weather and cooling also caused snow in the higher parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Cloud Precipitation

Large hailstones slam Nueva Rosita, Coahuila, Mexico

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Oversized hail storm in Nueva Rosita, Coahuila - Mexico May 25,2020

Cloud Precipitation

Evacuations after floods in central region of Cuba - nearly 5 inches of rain in a few hours

Sancti Spíritus, Cuba, with floods of rivers,
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Flooded river on May 25, 2020 in Sancti Spíritus, Cuba.
Heavy rainfall on 25 May caused flash flooding in central areas of Cuba prompting evacuations. Heavy rain was also reported in Florida, USA, where as much as 4 inches (100mm) of rain fell in a few hours, causing flooding in southern parts of the state.


Heavy rainfall on 25 May caused flooding in central parts of Cuba, in particular in the provinces of Sancti Spíritus, Villa Clara and Cienfuegos.

Cuban Meteorological Institute INSMET reported several locations recorded more than 120mm in a few hours early on 25 May.

Around 20 families were evacuated from their homes after rivers broke their banks in Santa Clara, capital of Villa Clara Province. Landslides were also reported in the area.

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Severe storms, flooding, hail, snow, tornadoes and heat make for a messy Memorial Day weekend

Severe storms, flooding and excessive heat make for a messy Memorial Day weekend.


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30,000 hit by floods in Samarinda, Indonesia

Floods in Samarinda, Indonesia May 2020
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Floods in Samarinda, Indonesia May 2020
Over 30,000 people have been affected by flooding in Indonesia's East Kalimantan Province.

Flooding struck in areas of the city of Samarinda from around 22 May after a period of heavy rain. Officials said areas close to the Karang Mumus River were badly affected.

Samarinda disaster management (BPBD) said on 25 May that flooding has reached 30,894 inhabitants across 4 sub-districts in 14 urban villages in Samarinda City.

North Samarinda district is among the worst hit areas, where as many 1,671 houses have been inundated, affecting 13,896 people. In Sungai Pinang District, 1,634 houses were flooded, affecting 6,211 people.