Friday, January 14, 2011

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

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LIFE ON THIS EARTH JUST CHANGED - Death of the North Atlantic Current ~ link ~ The coverage that this article that Dr. Deagle and myself wrote, has been great on the Internet.  UPDATED 23 November 2010  
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Current status of the Gulf Stream ~ link 

RTOFS (Atlantic) Graphic Nowcasts/Forecasts - Latest Surface Horizontal Current ~ link

RTOFS (Atlantic) Graphic Nowcasts/Forecasts - Latest Surface Temperature ~ link 
Oil Spill in the Apocalypse - video ~ link  

Three Video Interviews With Lord Stirling by Renowned Video Webcaster Morris Herman of England ~    link ~    link ~     link 

Risk of Global Climate Change By BP Oil Spill by Dr. Gianluigi Zangari ~    link

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Royal Burgh of Stirling Pipe Band at Stirling Castle ~ link   ~ Official site ~ link


Collection of videos on BP Caused Climate Change:
Check  out this video - A video overlay over my discussion with Dr. Bill Deagle on the NutriMedical Report of what is really going on with the weather ~  link

Glacier loss in Hawaii tied to change in North Atlantic AMOC current ~ link ~ I have been making the point since last summer that the death of the Loop Current has caused GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGES.  Stirling

Down East Blizzard: Corexit from Gulf Oil Spill linked to weather conditions - with video ~ link ~ Excellent!

UK Winter Weather Warning - Video ~ link

ICE AGE 4 - DAWN OF THE BP oil disaster - video ~ link 
Damaged Gulf Stream affects Jet Stream - Earl of Stirling - video ~ link   

Video overlays of Lord Stirling and Dr. Bill Deagle on the NutraMedical Report talking about the BP Oil Disaster caused global weather crisis ~ link ~ (this second one is longer, the entire hour-long program) ~ link 

Big Freeze Hits Britain - video (with Lord Stirling and Dr. Bill Deagle talking - late Nov.) ~ link

Latest Lord Stirling interview on climate changes, bird and fish kills, and the causes thereof This is a link to a recent video that I have done on the climate changes brought on by the BP Oil Disaster caused death of the Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico.  Stirling

Breaking News: President of Tunisia forced out of office, flees country - with video ~ link ~ It was only yesterday that I said that he would be lucky to keep his life, the way things were going.  This is the first regime to fall from food shortages, corruption and underemployment.  They may be many more.  Next door Algeria is now apt to heat up all the more.  Stirling  
Tunisia's President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali addresses the nation in this still image taken from video, January 13, 2011.
Tunisia's President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali has stepped down after 23 years in power, amid widespread protests on the streets of the capital Tunis. In a televised address, Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi said he would be taking over. A state of emergency was declared earlier, as rumbling nationwide protests over economic woes snowballed into anti-government demonstrations. Unconfirmed reports say Mr Ben Ali has left the country.

Earlier, police fired tear gas as thousands of protesters gathered outside the interior ministry. Doctors say that 13 people were killed in overnight clashes in Tunis, and there are unconfirmed reports that five people have been killed in protests on Friday outside the capital. 

Food Crisis - Mexico Failed State - Super Capacitor Weapons - Dr. Deagle and Lord Stirling - video ~ link 

Prime Minister takes over as Ben Ali flees Tunisian turmoil - with video ~ link ~ Tunisian President Zine al-Abedine Ben Ali left office on Friday amid continuing anti-government unrest in the North African country. His departure was confirmed in a televised address by Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi, who said he was taking over as interim president until new elections are organised. Ghannouchi also promised to adhere to the constitution and ease the spreading chaos.

According to al Jazeera TV, Ben Ali, who came to the presidency in 1987, has left the country. But his whereabouts remain unknown.

Roman rise and fall 'Recorded in Trees' ~ link ~ An extensive study of tree growth rings says there could be a link between the rise and fall of past civilisations and sudden shifts in Europe's climate.  A team of researchers based their findings on data from 9,000 wooden artifacts from the past 2,500 years. They found that periods of warm, wet summers coincided with prosperity, while political turmoil occurred during times of climate instability.

Once they had developed a chronology stretching back over the past 2,500 years, they identified a link with prosperity levels in past societies, such as the Roman Empire. "Wet and warm summers occurred during periods of Roman and medieval prosperity. Increased climate variability from 250-600 AD coincided with the demise of the western Roman empire and the turmoil of the migration period," the team reported. "Distinct drying in the 3rd Century paralleled a period of serious crisis in the western Roman empire marked by barbarian invasion, political turmoil and economic dislocation in several provinces of Gaul."

Tunisian president's family denies fleeing to Montreal amid growing protests ~ link ~ One of the most powerful members of Tunisia's ruling class is denying rumours he fled to Montreal amid violent protests in the North African country that have threatened the government's stability. Mohamed Sakher El Materi, a billionaire often touted as a possible successor to President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, has posted a video on his Facebook page that seeks to assure his supporters he is still in Tunisia. But critics of the country's autocratic regime remain skeptical about his whereabouts, and suggest the video may be a ruse to disguise the fact he has gone into hiding.

Reports began swirling on the Internet earlier this week that El Materi, who is Ben Ali's son-in-law, slipped out of the country with his wife. Someone even claimed to have spotted the couple crying as they arrived in Montreal.

Report: Tunisian president flees to France ~ link 

Social conflict in Maghreb has international implications ~ linkContinuing protests in Tunisia and Algeria threaten to spread to the whole of the Maghreb region and, beyond that, to engulf the Middle East, where the same conditions of poverty and insecurity exist.

Rising food prices are daily exacerbating social tensions caused by growing inequality and mass unemployment, especially among the young. The global financial crisis has set light to a tinderbox in North Africa and the Middle East.

This has provoked growing unease among the international ruling elite. Speaking in Doha, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told an audience of government officials and businessmen, "In too many places, in too many ways, the region’s foundations are sinking into the sand." She warned that the populations of the region had "grown tired of corrupt institutions and a stagnant political order."

Even where no demonstrations have taken place, Libya has reduced taxes on wheat-based products, rice, vegetable oil, sugar and infant milk. Morocco has introduced subsidies on milling wheat. Jordan has cut taxes on fuel and some foods.

Perhaps the greatest fear among the political elite is that the social explosion in Tunisia and Algeria will ignite similar protests in Egypt—the giant of the region. Its population of 77 million is more than twice that of other North African countries and it is much poorer than either Tunisia or Algeria. Some 44 percent of the population live on less than $2 a day and free market economic measures have widened the gulf between rich and poor. Last year there were significant political demonstrations against the long-running state of emergency.

The social explosion in Tunisia and Algeria is only one expression of class tensions that are building up worldwide in the wake of the biggest financial crisis that capitalism has ever known. The international working class has an immense social power. Only it can put an end to a capitalist system, which is incapable of providing for even the most basic needs of the majority of the world’s population.

'Food bubble' is bursting - biotech won't save us ~ link 
For years -- even decades -- Earth Policy Institute president and Grist contributor Lester Brown has issued Cassandra-like warnings about the global food system. His argument goes something like this: Global grain demand keeps rising, pushed up by population growth and the switch to more meat-heavy diets; but grain production can only rise so much, constrained by limited water and other resources. So, a food crisis is inevitable.

In recent years, two factors have added urgency to Brown's warnings: 1) climate change has given rise to increasingly volatile weather, making crop failures more likely; and 2) the perverse desire to turn grain into car fuel has put yet more pressure on global grain supplies.

Five simple ways to prepare for the coming food crisis ~ link ~ Recently there has been an incredible flurry of news reporting about food shortages and the pending global food crisis. Everyone who looks at the indicators would agree that this crisis is only likely to worsen.  It is estimated that the Australia floods alone could cause a 30% jump in food prices. Although the average shopper already can feel the food inflation, it is difficult to recognize the severity of the looming food shortages.  After all, there are still 15 types of colorfully-boxed Cheerios packing the isles, which gives us the illusion of abundance.

The truth is that we are headed for large food production shortfalls, manipulated or not, while middle-class food demand grows massively in the developing world.  For decades the world's agriculture community produced more than enough food to feed the planet, yet some now believe we are reaching "
Peak Food" production levels.  In turn, other experts believe the "food bubble" is about to burst, and not even the biotech companies can save us.
However, there are still vast unused stretches of fertile land that can be used around the globe, and the U.S. ethanol mandates that reportedly consume at least 25% of the corn harvest could be reduced to ease the burden. Therefore, it seems that despite the extreme weather and dwindling harvests, food production still has room to increase, but not without foresight and planning. 


Brazil floods: Rains hampers rescue effort ~ link
Residents of Teresopolis look at devastated buildings Officials said some areas of Teresopolis were completely destroyed
Emergency crews in Brazil are struggling to reach areas affected by deadly mudslides and floods because of renewed rainfall.

Officials say more than 500 people are known to have died in the floods - the country's worst in decades. Local media reported rescuers had to reach worst-hit areas on foot because vehicles cannot cross blocked roads.
Mountainous areas north of Rio de Janeiro have been hit by the heaviest downpours in 44 years

Worst natural disaster of Brazil's history ~ link ~ 520 dead - Thousands trapped  -  Mudslides 16 feet deep

Strange massive tear in the Solar surface ~ link
There is massive tearing on the solar surface in the latest pictures of the solar corona transmitted by SOHO.  May we be the first to say that what we’re looking at is altogether strange and a little bizarre.  A larger resolution picture is not currently available on the Space Weather website.  No need to formulate any theories…we’re just saying in all our years of pouring over coronal holes- this latest snapshot of the Sun is the oddest.  The magnetosphere underwent a dramatic twist last night in the onslaught of a high density solar wind stream but that’s not what caught our attention. Instead, it is the pattern of another plate obstruction involving the Australian and Pacific plates.
 New England digs out from winter storm ~ link ~ New Englanders dug out from under more than 2 feet of snow and children in hundreds of communities enjoyed a second day off from school Thursday as power companies worked to restore energy to homes and businesses darkened by the region's third snowstorm in three weeks.
The winter storm that crippled the South earlier this week joined forces with a system from the Midwest as it moved over the Northeast on Wednesday. The storms announced their arrival in New England with claps of thunder and record amounts of snowfall in some cities. Observers in the Berkshires in western Massachusetts reported as much as 3 feet of snow. 

Sri Lanka Floods: 325,000 Forced from Homes ~ link ~ The mainstream media still refuses to link all that is happening to the trigger device, the BP Oil Disaster and the death of the Loop Current.  Stirling

The Gulf Oil Disaster is War on We the People ~ link Take the time to read this, please.  Stirling
30 FACTS evidencing the Rothschild league of bankers planned the gulf oil crisis.

14 Israeli jets breach Lebanon airspace ~ link ~ If anyone else did this it would be called an act of war. Stirling

We are still in the dark on so much of what the Fed has down - Ron Paul ~ video ~ link 

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