Trudeau’s Nitrogen Policy will Decimate Canadian Farming

Keean Bexte writes in The Counter Signal

Much like in the Netherlands, Justin Trudeau is bringing in a nitrogen emissions cap that will absolutely decimate Canadian farming.

In December 2020, the Trudeau government unveiled their new climate plan, with a focus on reducing nitrous oxide emissions from fertilizer by 30% below 2020 levels by 2030.

“Fertilizers play a major role in the agriculture sector’s success and have contributed to record harvests in the last decade. They have helped drive increases in Canadian crop yields, grain sales, and exports,” a news release from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada reads.

“However, nitrous oxide emissions, particularly those associated with synthetic nitrogen fertilizer use have also grown significantly. That is why the Government of Canada has set the national fertilizer emissions reduction target, which is part of the commitment to reduce total GHG emissions in Canada by 40-45% by 2030….”

Bexte quotes a report from Fertilizer Canada

It is estimated that a 30% absolute emission reduction for a farmer with 1000 acres of canola and 1000 acres of wheat, stands to have their profit reduced by approximately $38,000 – $40,500/ annually.

In 2020, Western Canadian farmers planted approximately 20.8 million acres of canola. Using these values, cumulatively farm revenues from canola could be reduced by $396M – $441M on an annual basis. Wheat famers could experience a reduction of $400M.

More from Bexte

Of course, reducing nitrogen emissions released by fertilizer crucial to the survivability of the agriculture sector isn’t the only target of Trudeau’s government. Every part of the economy has been negatively impacted by Trudeau’s climate agenda.

On April 1 — the same day he gave himself a raise — Trudeau decided to go ahead and jack up the carbon tax by an additional 25%, consequently increasing the price of practically everything.

Read the full article at The Counter Signal

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Robert of Ottawa
July 11, 2022 6:04 am

Grrrr. Nobody voted for this; it is top-down rule.

Trudeau had a problem with the truckers; we should import some Dutch farmers’ strategies.

Brian Pratt
Reply to  Robert of Ottawa
July 11, 2022 8:25 am

Robert, note that nowhere on the websites of the three mainstream national television news outlets is there a peep about the Dutch farmers. This time they want to avoid being labelled biased by simply not covering the story at all.

Reply to  Brian Pratt
July 11, 2022 10:20 am

The MSM is controlled by the few. The last thing in the world they would allow is information that contradicts their agenda.

Philip CM
Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 3:16 pm

Trudeau purchased the Canadian press. Well, the top fifteen newspapers, I believe, at a cost of some $600million CND and a couple of top offs since 2019. You know, to save Canadian democracy. 😏

Robert of Ottawa
Reply to  MR166
July 12, 2022 8:21 am

Here in Canada it is the GPM, Government Paid Media.

Reply to  Robert of Ottawa
July 13, 2022 9:30 am

Tues: UN / Trudeau: “We are on the verge of a global food catastrophe”
Weds: UN / Trudeau: “We must cut farming and livestock by 30%”

Which came first?

Jim Veenbaas
Reply to  Brian Pratt
July 11, 2022 6:59 pm

To be fair, the National Post has had multiple stories about this.

Reply to  Robert of Ottawa
July 11, 2022 9:14 am

Dutch farmers will eventually be bought out for housing projects and natural places.

Reply to  Derg
July 11, 2022 12:29 pm

The Dutch PM literally said he needs that farmland to build houses for “asylum seekers”.
You must understand that in The Netherlands we have had an enduring housing crisis since WWII. That’s right for over 75 years young people have not been able to move out of their parents house because of “waiting lists” of up to 15 years. That’s also right and not even an exception. It’s literally worse than communism.
Except when you are an “asylum seeker” then you are moved to the front of the queue.
Also nobody can answer the question of why housing is 50-70% more expensive then in the neighboring countries. It is literally worse then what the Mafia does

The coming civil war and following revolution is about much more than nitrogen or CO2. And it will be bloody.

Reply to  huls
July 11, 2022 4:58 pm

This ^

Eff the EU

Reply to  huls
July 12, 2022 1:11 am

Wait…. Billy Gates will say he can feed Europe with all the farmlands he is buying with his Chinese friends. So now people in Europe can build houses, not own properties and be happy…

john harmsworth
Reply to  huls
July 12, 2022 8:33 am

That country is quite literally built on the destruction of the environment. Reclaiming land from the sea to kick people off it. Do they have ANY ability whatsoever to stand back and look at what they are doing objectively? When a government treats its people with such disrespect, i’s worthy of revolution.

Reply to  Robert of Ottawa
July 11, 2022 2:34 pm

we should import some Dutch farmers’ strategies

It seems that are fair rulers are importing CCP and Red Army strategies to counter such moves.

Steve Case
Reply to  Robert of Ottawa
July 11, 2022 5:09 pm

IPCC’s AR4 Chapter 2 Page 212 Table 2.14
tells us that Nitrous oxide (N2O)
Has a lifetime of 114 years.  
(not 113 and not 115 but 114 years)

The Global Warming Potential numbers for N2O are:
20 years 289 times more powerful than CO2
100 years 298 times more powerful than CO2
500 Years 153 times more powerful than CO2

The IPCC Reports are silent as to how much warming N2O
is on track to cause over the next 100 years, only that it is
298 times more powerful at trapping heat than CO2. 

Reply to  Robert of Ottawa
July 11, 2022 5:50 pm

“Grrrr. Nobody voted for this“

I beg to differ. Voters collectively get what they vote for. Trudeau has been very transparent giving Canadians exactly what they vote, and they’ll get more of it til they vote him out.

john harmsworth
Reply to  RelPerm
July 12, 2022 8:37 am

The last thing he was transparent about was legalizing marijuana. He hasn’t said a single honest thing since then. He is a lesson in how far you can get by acting. A complete con man. He puts on a serious, low pitched near whisper “sincere” voice. along wit an expression of deep, deep concern. It’s 100% an act. He’s a creep and a pedo and a liar.

Tom Halla
July 11, 2022 6:05 am

Castreau would double down on being green.

Old Man Winter
Reply to  Tom Halla
July 11, 2022 9:18 am

Going too far green could backfire.

“the only barrier between us and anarchy is the last nine meals we’ve had. It may be taken as axiomatic that a starving man is never a good citizen.” Alfred Henry Lewis 1896

Pat from kerbob
July 11, 2022 6:05 am

The enemy of canada.
At some point it will be enough and someone will remove him.

If David Suzuki can promise attacks on energy infrastructure without penalty, then I can point out the obvious end point with these Liberals.

Reply to  Pat from kerbob
July 11, 2022 6:14 am

Is “carbon in the glass” Suzuki still around? He doesn’t show up in the media in the US Ant more. What a bonehead.

ian Coleman
Reply to  Ken
July 11, 2022 8:14 am

My guess, Ken, is that David Suzuki, who is now 86, is too frail and sick to appear in public. Suzuki-ism lives on. Unfortunately.

john harmsworth
Reply to  ian Coleman
July 12, 2022 8:41 am

If he went senile, he’d be MORE worth listening to.

Reply to  Pat from kerbob
July 11, 2022 10:45 am

comments like this do no one any good

Robert Hanson
Reply to  Travis
July 11, 2022 1:14 pm

Yes, let’s not be rude while we watch Western Civilization being flushed down the toilet….

Gunga Din
Reply to  Robert Hanson
July 11, 2022 3:32 pm

I miss the mean tweets.

Reply to  Travis
July 13, 2022 9:49 am

Fence sitters like you only enables the abusers.

Reply to  Pat from kerbob
July 11, 2022 6:56 pm

Sorry I misread. I thougfht it said ” the enema of Canada”.

john harmsworth
Reply to  Pat from kerbob
July 12, 2022 8:40 am

Meanwhile, Tamara Lich, on of the “leaders” of the truckers convoy is being harassed by the justice system. Back in jail from probation charges for a charge she hasn’t been found guilty of. Some supporter hollers ta her and she waves. They charge here with breaking probation. This is not a free country anymore.

Shoki Kaneda
July 11, 2022 6:10 am

Because Sri Lanka is such a stellar success story?

Reply to  Shoki Kaneda
July 11, 2022 7:54 am

Sri Lanka without tropical weather.

Old Man Winter
Reply to  Shoki Kaneda
July 11, 2022 8:06 am

Klaus Schwab (WEF) thinks energy prices must rise to be even more successful than he was in Sri
Lanka. This will defeat the climate crisis & save democracy. My solution: remove power from
delusional dictatorial fascists like him & Nobama’s puppet Dementia Joe which will make it painfully
obvious there is no climate crisis to worry about.

navy bob
Reply to  Shoki Kaneda
July 11, 2022 1:08 pm

My favorite phrase from the Sri Lanka revolution: “Citizens on the hunt for politicians”

July 11, 2022 6:17 am

This will make the trucker’s protest look like a Santa parade in comparison. The Liberal government and their once-oil-industry-now-expanded-to-agriculture western citizen impoverishment policies are already exceedingly unpopular in Alberta and Saskatchewan. They have virtually no voice in parliament, so the only action left is confrontation….

Reply to  DMacKenzie
July 11, 2022 8:37 am
Reply to  DMacKenzie
July 11, 2022 9:24 am

And the first step was to start taking your guns away…

Kevin R.
Reply to  Spetzer86
July 11, 2022 1:02 pm

Yep. That’s exactly what he did. “You don’t have the right to defend yourself.” – Justin Trudeau

Reply to  Kevin R.
July 11, 2022 1:31 pm

Someone needs to disabuse Sparkle Socks of that notion.

Reply to  Kevin R.
July 11, 2022 6:28 pm

& still the sonabitch runs away & hides when the truckers came to town
yeah, he’s a real bad ass….

Chris Nisbet
Reply to  DMacKenzie
July 11, 2022 2:15 pm

It’d probably be a good idea for the farmers (and anybody else keen on protesting) to take whatever money they have left in the bank out before they take to the streets. Trudeau has form in this department.

john harmsworth
Reply to  Chris Nisbet
July 12, 2022 8:44 am

I know people who took their money out of the country after that fiasco. I’m 65 and don’t exactly run in radical circles. It’s the destruction of what was a very successful country.

Reply to  john harmsworth
July 13, 2022 7:20 am

“It’s the destruction of what was a very successful country.”
Or feature?


Ron Long
July 11, 2022 6:24 am

So Trudeau, part of the “let them eat cake” Green Phonies, thinks “synthetic” nitrogen fertilizer is dangerous? Piss on it! No, literally, put natural ammonia from cow pee on as a fertilizer. I’m not actually sure this works, but I like the sound of it.

Gunga Din
Reply to  Ron Long
July 11, 2022 3:42 pm

Actually, back in the day, using “stale urine” was part of the recipe for making saltpeter (potassium nitrate) in order to make black powder.

Reply to  Ron Long
July 11, 2022 4:05 pm

It depends on what other salts are dissolved in the urine and what kind of crop. Sometimes you can see lush growth on the patches where the cattle have peed, sometimes it kills. The cow pats in pastures stand out because firstly you get lusher growth and secondly the extra nitrogen makes the grass taste sour. This in turn gives the livestock some protection against reinfestation with internal parasites, whose eggs are passed out in faeces to hatch on the grass and be reingested when the livestock eat the grass.

Reply to  Ted1
July 12, 2022 4:15 am

you ever watched animals graze? the cows dont eat the pooped area grasses at all. if you put sheep into that area they will eat it. horses ditto wont eat their own fertilised spots, but eat the other species spots. I figure theyre aware of contamination and too high nitrogen giving them a gut ache and the runs, if not new worms as well. the super high fertilised spots also do NOT produce good seed heads but are almost all lush growth. used decades of aviary sweepings to grow what was supposed to be Millet etc
well it got to 10ft high super lush green and? developed ONE head of not so great proportions on each cluster
non treated areas had lesser growth but excellent multiple heads
“all that glisters is not gold”

john harmsworth
Reply to  Ted1
July 12, 2022 8:46 am

That’s why I come here. To learn. Thanks!

Reply to  Ron Long
July 12, 2022 4:08 am

it does work and works well, and we have those disgusting CAFO farms to use it from
before natural mixed farming ensured animals fertilising by grazing the stubble
now the greentards want stubble left to grow moulds and protect vermin cos its green ya know

Reply to  Ron Long
July 12, 2022 1:51 pm

Yes it works as all dairy milking farms in New Zealand and most other countries hold the wash down effluent in lined ponds and irrigate on to pasture .
The problem is that our mad government is going to tax -levy the nitrous oxide and methane from our live stock.
These moves by uninformed dopey politicians such as what Trudeau is attempting can only cause a major famine .
Artificial nitrogen feeds probably 2 billion people on this planet .
Just remember that the worlds population has almost quadrupled in the last 80 years .
I am sure that cultivated land has not increased by very much but even if it has increased 50% that is not close to 400% that the worlds population has increased .
If farmers around the world were not using nitrogen fertilizer there is no way that there could be enough food for every one .
There will be widespread famines if leftist green governments are allowed to enforce major reductions in nitrogen use and crop yields will decline rapidly .
This is not an exaggeration as crop yields with continuous cropping which is the practice in Canada and most countries growing cereals and vegetable crops rely on artificial nitrogen .
Do these stupid politicians ask for advice or do they only listen to greens and climate change zealots?

Reply to  Graham
July 12, 2022 6:07 pm

They are surrounded by their appointees, college professors who profess to know what they don’t know.

The greater the % of non-business people in a government, the worse the government will be.

See Clinton, Obama, Brandon, getting worse each time.

Reply to  Drake
July 12, 2022 7:17 pm

You are right on the money Drake .
Why do countries elect politicians with little or no business ability to run their countries ?
Answer. The electors have believed lies and propaganda that the news media constantly proclaim that CO2 is a Pollutant and that the politicians will fix the problem .
It is high time that political parties were formed to tell voters the simple truth .
CO2 is not a pollutant .
CO2 is essential to all life on earth .
Their is no climate crisis .
There will never be a climate crisis .
Stop this madness of fighting CO2 and start looking after your country and your peoples welfare instead of ruining your country prostrating your selves before the corrupt UN.

Old Man Winter
July 11, 2022 6:25 am
Old Man Winter
Reply to  Old Man Winter
July 11, 2022 6:38 am

The WEF’s plan to have us eat bugs may hit a roadblock if the PETA Ultra Militants get wind

of this:

ozspeaksup Reply to Peta of Newark July 11, 2022 2:35 am

now enjoy this everyone;-)
bugs feel it will be fun to see new laws and fees for approvals of painfree culling of bugs for food won’t it

Those Down Under really do have it right side up!

Reply to  Old Man Winter
July 11, 2022 9:46 am

Bugs are intelligent. They fly away when you swat at them.

Reply to  Ted1
July 11, 2022 1:35 pm

Bugs are intelligent, eh? Then maybe we should elect bugs instead of politicians. Couldn’t be any worse.

Reply to  Old Man Winter
July 12, 2022 4:16 am

glad you read and liked that 😉 thanks

David Gibbs
Reply to  Old Man Winter
July 11, 2022 12:22 pm

The Outsiders program on Sky News Australia hosted by Rowan Dean helps me maintain a fragile grip. The rest of the Oz msm and the government funded ABC are ignoring the story. Must stick to the narrative to keep Klaus and his minions happy.

Clarky of Oz
Reply to  David Gibbs
July 12, 2022 12:19 am

What: No more rats, weasels or snakes? Politics will never be the same apart from the grubs.

Reply to  Clarky of Oz
July 12, 2022 4:17 am

you meant maggots surely?

Paul Hurley (aka PaulH)
July 11, 2022 6:25 am

There is no “Nitrogen Crisis”

Protesting The Non-Crisis Nitrogen “Crisis” In The Netherlands

To me, it looks like a land grab. The new landowners will, of course, not care a whit about any nitrogen issues.

Reply to  Paul Hurley (aka PaulH)
July 11, 2022 12:35 pm

A smart farmer offered to do away with his cattle but said he wanted to keep the land. The offer was declined by the authorities. After some back and forth the officials finally admitted: it’s the land we want.

Nitrogen is a hoax !! All fake to facilitate a landgrab and remove food independence.

Reply to  huls
July 11, 2022 5:22 pm

And where did this hoax com from? The nitrogen issue is new. The overall story is not.
In the mid 1980s the Hawke/Keating government introduced compulsory superannuation. From memory it was John Howard in opposition who declared that the primary function of this compulsory super was to socialise the ownership of industry.
This was absolutely true, but I never saw him say it again.
The original proposal for an emissions trading scheme, with Howard now in government, refused point blank to admit credits for the sequestration side of Agriculture’s carbon cycle. The proposal was to tax Ag’s recycled carbon on the same basis as fossil carbon. This was grossly inequitable, but the proponents were getting away with it because with only Ag and Forestry having a carbon cycle the electorate had no notion of the concept of sequestration.
Fortunately Barnaby Joyce arrived on the scene in the senate. He was at the time the only working accountant in the parliament. Others had his letters, none his expertise. He put numbers on the plan which showed that this ETS would quickly bankrupt Australia’s entire grazing industry.
This would then render that 60% of Australia’s land area which is used for grazing valueless, enabling the government to transfer it into new ownership without compensating the current owners.
Those new owners would be the compulsory super funds.
With Ag the stumbling block, that proposal was shunted into the too hard basket, but the inequity was never acknowledged. Australia has just now elected an apparently unfettered Marxist government, so we can now expect that that ETS will be resurrected in the budget coming in a couple of months.
Australia’s Marxists believe that if they get rid of the bosses the “workers” will walk into the factories (in this case farms) and keep them operating.
With Holland being one of the most densely populated parts of the planet their Marxists may also believe, like their heroes Stalin and Mao, that starving half the world’s population to death might be a good thing.

Reply to  Ted1
July 12, 2022 4:23 am

upvote many ,many for that! and am dreading the next 3 yrs , the damage albo will do and the mindset of those electing him wont change even if we can manage to throw the numpty out asap

Reply to  Ted1
July 12, 2022 6:23 pm

Throwing the owners/managers out and letting the “workers” run things always turns out GREAT.

Did a shore excursion while on a cruise to Mexico. Was told of the pineapple plantations that provided almost 100% of the pineapples imported into the US until the Mexican government took the land away and gave it to the people.

Today US imports from Mexico are around 5%.

Costa Rica is over 80%.

Reply to  Drake
July 13, 2022 7:02 am

“Throwing the owners/managers out and letting the “workers” run things always turns out GREAT.”

I’m curious if there is any example of that actually working.

Reply to  Ted1
July 12, 2022 10:00 pm

This same nonsense is happening in New Zealand .
The government led by our Communist Prime Minister is wanting to levy- Tax farmers for their methane and Nitrous oxide emissions.
Then out of left field the Chair of our Climate Commission Dr Rod Carr (never trust a man with a long beard )has stated that farmers cannot claim the CO2 sequestration that native trees and other vegetation sequests on their land.
This seems to be following the same play book as Australia.
Bankrupt the farmers and nationalize the farms .
Collective farming was a failure in Russia but I would not trust these people as our Prime Minister was elected President of the International President of the Union of International Youth in 2007 .
A taped speech records her saying Comrade 15 times in 8 minutes to the IUSY in2009.
We do have a government owned farming company originally Land Corp now renamed Pamu that had a lot of land on hand as they were doing a great job of developing land to sell to young farmers using a ballot to those who had a deposit and the knowledge to farm .
Can you believe that a lot of the developed land was close to Lake Taupo and there is a nitrogen cap on all land that drains into Lake Taupo .
Pamu sold the land and purchased other land around New Zealand as they did not want to farm with these constrictions .
Pamu employs over 70 people in their head office and every three or four farms has a supervisor over the manager’s or share milkers .
They have over 200 farms .

Reply to  huls
July 12, 2022 4:20 am

hmm and billy gates AND Blackrock and glencore? have so much land and other basics under their aegis right now hmm seems to me they will ever so nicely say they can produce what we need at a high cost of course..freedom of choice as a start. bill loves gmo /nomeat/labmeat meals and bugs..for everyone else anyway!

Reply to  huls
July 12, 2022 3:22 pm

Yep, this may be a land grab under the cover of another “crisis” –
where did they get that idea?? LOL
But here is a reasonably balanced [to my uneducated eye] discussion of nitrogen from the AGU 2017:
“Is Nitrogen the New Carbon?”

Reply to  Paul Hurley (aka PaulH)
July 11, 2022 9:46 pm

Indeed. It is NOT about nitrogen. If it was, then diesel cars and aviation would be ordered to reduce as well.

Nick Graves
Reply to  Peter
July 12, 2022 12:18 am

Well, Diesel vehicles have a catalytic converter to do what nature does anyway, only a bit quicker, since it is believed that NOx is dangerous if concentrated in cities.

Doing that to jet engines might be problematical.

Funnily enough, it requires urea additive.

But the rub is the ‘what nature does anyway’ bit…

In the Dutch instance, there were plans for Tristate City appearing on Twatbook, which rather gave away the WEF’s cunning plan. A Chi-na style megalopolis for the proles.

July 11, 2022 6:37 am

My question, as someone soon to buy a manufacturing business whose primary input is pork, is what impact will this policy (if it is enacted) have on livestock farming? It seems to me this would drive up the cost of almost all farmed meat products, since grain is a staple in the diets of many (most?) farmed animals.

Reply to  badEnglish
July 11, 2022 7:22 am

Not outside the USA… grain is a far lower input for livestock in europe

Bryan A
Reply to  griff
July 11, 2022 8:46 am

Everyone knows this, in France they eat Cake

Joao Martins
Reply to  griff
July 11, 2022 9:41 am

griff, I suppose that you eat the chicken manufactured and packed in your supermarket from some unspecified raw materials, not the chicken which are fed with grain or grain flours…

Reply to  griff
July 11, 2022 3:16 pm

You are partly correct in that beef and sheep in the UK have grass as their major feed input for a major part of their lives.
Pigs and poultry are almost completely reliant on cereal and protein feeds.
Dairy cows fall somewhere in between depending on whether they are grazing based herds, usually spring calving where their feed requirements match seasonal grass growth, or autumn calving herds with a diet based on grass and maize silages, supplemented with cereal/protein feed, and grass providing a proportion of their diet in the latter stage of lactation.

Nick Graves
Reply to  StephenP
July 12, 2022 12:21 am

Indeed – it’s why one should be careful not to eat too much chicken or pork – they’re rather high in linoleic acid (omega-6), unlike grass-fed animals.

Griff hasn’t heard of pig nuts…

Reply to  Nick Graves
July 12, 2022 2:39 am

In the 60s the animal feed manufacturer BOCM produced a 16% protein dairy cow feed called Red Label Nuts.
At the time I thought it could be applied to the Labour Party, but now it seems to also suit many of the “Green” activists.

Reply to  griff
July 12, 2022 4:27 am

wtf? chook wheat(screenings) in aus is around 25 for 20kg now and rising nearly monthly I keep 10 chooks and if i didnt get supermarket scraps as well as have ayard n bugs for them theyd be in poor nick

Reply to  badEnglish
July 11, 2022 8:16 am

Just note that as a meat producer you will be fighting an uphill battle against the current political structure in the US. This is not a war based on science but a war based on control and ideology. The entire “Green” movement is about the power to control the people. Our only hope here in the US is that the 2022 and 2024 elections sweep the Left out of power and their bureaucratic swamp creatures are rooted out of our agencies.

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 9:29 am

The Green blob has been working its charms on the Rs, as well. I wouldn’t hold out any vast degree of hope that the Rs would wipe out the blob.

Reply to  Spetzer86
July 11, 2022 12:08 pm

Well you can bet that the RINOs will be of no help whatsoever. The Trump Republicans are our only hope. Professional politicians hate him because he is not part of the system.

Reply to  badEnglish
July 11, 2022 10:08 am

It will increase the scarcity, which will increase the price.
My fear is that when the price becomes unaffordable for many people the authorities will then ban meat altogether.
Remember always that the primary objective of Marxism is to abolish all private management of industry, no matter the cost. The farmers are in their firing line because agriculture was the last sector of the economy still dominated by small business capitalism.
Not any more.
In “big business” the owners are rarely the managers. Governments have more say.

July 11, 2022 6:43 am

Utter stupidity!

Rolf H Carlsson
July 11, 2022 6:59 am

Trudeau is just a puppet for Klaus Schwab!

Reply to  Rolf H Carlsson
July 11, 2022 7:36 am

We will own less, and die more, and enjoy it!

Reply to  Ebor
July 12, 2022 4:29 am

if we lived they way they want to force onto us…death WILL be a release

July 11, 2022 7:02 am

The modern equivalent of purging the Kulaks, Holodomor sure to follow. Not to worry though the UTOPIA of non-gender based equity and inclusion is sure to follow.

July 11, 2022 7:19 am

Is anyone noticing a pattern here? Draconian laws are being instituted in many nations to limit Western production of critical resources. This is happening when a war is already limiting the availability of energy and food. It is pretty obvious that the few are controlling they many and are planning to collapse the system.

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 7:30 am

Cloward-Piven Strategy writ large?

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 7:34 am

AND – well, the ‘stupid’ are in charge, witness its spokesperson:

Reply to  _Jim
July 11, 2022 7:53 am

My point is that the “they” that your refer to are not stupid. They are very smart and consist of well educated intelligentsia. Their plan to destroy the West is working perfectly. They are destroying the Western economy and culture at an alarming rate.

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 2:07 pm

re: “My point is that the “they” that your refer to are not stupid. They are very smart and consist of well educated intelligentsia.”

Let’s apply ‘Moneyball quote’ #14 that Bongino uses from time to time – “If he’s a good hitter, WHY doesn’t he hit good?

Applied IN THIS CASE (and blowing your logic out of the water) – If ‘they’ are “very smart and consist of well educated intelligentsia” WHY do they ‘front’ such a stupid sounding persons such as press secretary Karine Jean-Pierree (who is the replacement for press sec. Jen Psaki) AS SHOWN in the video I linked above?

C’mon man! Use your head now and apply some of that ‘Harvard’ logic!

Reply to  _Jim
July 11, 2022 3:35 pm

I think perhaps _Jim missed this “Their plan to destroy the West is working perfectly.”

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 2:16 pm

re: “My point is that the “they” that your refer to are not stupid. They are very smart and consist of well educated intelligentsia.”

‘Moar’ [sic] examples your logic on this is fatally flawed and invoking ‘Moneyball quote’ #14 again (“If he’s a good hitter, WHY doesn’t he hit good?”) WHY did the “very smart and consist of well educated intelligentsia” put forth and elect such a flawed candidate as Joe Biden?

Riddle me this, too, Batman – if the “very smart and consist of well educated intelligentsia” could foresee RBG (Ruth Ginsburg) who was in such poor health even during the Obama years could __not__ convince RBG to retire and allow an Obama nominee to take her place on the USSC – just ‘how smart’ are these people really?

I’m thinking now you’re actually blind to the propaganda, to the aura these people project, through the press and the veil that academia and academic degrees allow to be ‘projected’ onto the public, and that includes, unfortunately, you.

Reply to  _Jim
July 12, 2022 4:48 am

oh my lord…shes useless

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 7:56 am

Extra booster for you.

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 9:18 am

“ when a war is already limiting the availability”

I am pretty sure Putin will sell oil. The west is the one doing the limiting 😉

James H
Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 10:58 am

This confused me for a time. Then I figured out that they have to do it while there is a war going on so that they can blame the horrible outcomes of the policies on the war and not on the policies.

Nick Graves
Reply to  James H
July 12, 2022 12:26 am

War is always used as a distraction before the economic collapse for even more money-printing (just wait…) and to provide a scapegoat.

We’ve always been at war with Eastasia. And Eurasia, apparently…

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 5:10 pm

Does anyone know if Justin Trudeau is part of this group as a result of his WEF involvement?

July 11, 2022 7:27 am

There have been many “Accidents” here in the USA involving food processors and now 2 gas pipelines. I contend that these were purposeful events. Read the Cloward-Piven strategy and tell me that there is no planned collapse in progress.

Reply to  MR166
July 11, 2022 2:23 pm

re: “There have been many “Accidents” here in the USA involving food processors

I’ll bet your ‘brain’ is not in gear on this subject either; do people like you think these plants run on ZERO preventative maintenance? PUT your ‘Harvard’ thinking cap back on and THINK BACK to what was happening under the TWO YEARS the CDC and Fauci were terrorizing America with Covid-19 lockdowns and classifying most of the jobs out there as “non-essential”. THAT would include plant maintenance personnel … those guys and gals that maintain the boilers and burners and over-temp alarms and over-pressure sensors and steam relief valves in ALL those food processing plants …

Reply to  _Jim
July 11, 2022 3:20 pm

Yeah but the plane crashing into a mill a couple of months ago is hardly a maintenance issue.

July 11, 2022 7:43 am

Wow, just as Sri Lanka is crashing, and the Dutch are protesting? It feels like some sort of James Bond international plot…

Rod Evans
Reply to  max
July 11, 2022 8:49 am

Well a Blowfeld world plan for total control maybe, rather than 007s

Reply to  max
July 12, 2022 4:52 am

in the best usa terms a rolling flustercluck

CD in Wisconsin
July 11, 2022 7:45 am

As a non-scientist, could someone explain to me the chemistry and physics that is involved here? Several online sources tell me that nitrogen is NOT as greenhouse gas. Here is one of them…

Is Nitrogen a Greenhouse Gas? – Techiescientist

“As there is no electromagnetic field surrounding the nitrogen molecule due to its symmetrical structure, as a result, it is invisible to the infrared radiations reflected from the earth’s surface i.e. it is infrared inactive and is unable to work as a greenhouse gas.”
But the link above also says…

“Nitrogen in its other forms such as nitrous oxide contributes as a greenhouse gas.”

So what supposedly is the issue here regarding the climate alarmist narrative?

Reply to  CD in Wisconsin
July 11, 2022 7:49 am

I’ll let Kamela explain it to you as Joe needs his nap–
Kamala Harris someone ‘without a single profound insight’ (

Reply to  CD in Wisconsin
July 11, 2022 8:04 am

Just as carbon dioxide is called “carbon,” nitrogen compounds, including ammonia, urea, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, nitrous oxide, etc., are now termed “nitrogen.” Nitrous oxide is deemed a greenhouse gas also.

As you note, the diatomic molecular nitrogen (N2) is not a greenhouse gas. It also comprises about 78% of the atmosphere.

Runoff from farms can cause algal blooms, etc., from fertilization effects, but as others have noted, this is probably a land grab, leading to, “you will own nothing.”

When farming is outlawed, only outlaws will farm.

Reply to  Scissor
July 11, 2022 9:20 am

Isn’t it interesting that they don’t want to improve runoff?

Kevin kilty
Reply to  CD in Wisconsin
July 11, 2022 8:17 am

CD. It is the usual problem with people who understand chemistry at the grade-school level. They tend to lump all compuonds under broad categories in order to reduce mental effort. So, nitrogen oxides, and ammonia, and who knows what else get lumped under “nitrogen” which then becomes the villain. Likewise Carbon is the all purpose label for CO2 and methane, and a range of other useful compounds whose only connection to one another is carbon.

Nitrogen is not a greenhouse gas, but any number of nitrogen compounds have absorption bands in the IR spectra. In the minds of imbeciles this makes them dangerous compounds.

Reply to  CD in Wisconsin
July 11, 2022 9:50 pm

The air around us contains almost 80% nitrogen (N2). If nitrogen was a greenhouse gas, we would be frying. :-p

Andre Lauzon
July 11, 2022 7:45 am

The entire remaining Trudeau cabinet suffers of general anesthesia suffering from complete or partial loss of ethics and judgment. They are a bunch of bobble heads that will support any stupidity proposed b the PM’s friends in the back room. This includes the NDP caucus as well. The few decent and good ministers he had jumped boat a long time ago.

David L. Hagen
July 11, 2022 7:48 am

Control Nitrogen – A key strategy of the perpetual loser to reduce global population!
Intent? Contradict our Creator’s mandate:
And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.””
Genesis 1:28

Gordon A. Dressler
Reply to  David L. Hagen
July 11, 2022 8:36 am

“. . . fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over . . . every living thing that moves on the earth”

In the context of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and many other plagues, man has failed to fulfill God’s mandate.

Next, we should discuss the failure of man to subdue the earth in the context of “fighting climate change™ “.

Bad mankind . . . bad, bad, bad mankind!


MMcfrom Canada
Reply to  Gordon A. Dressler
July 11, 2022 9:28 am

“Subdue the earth” – not the air above it.

Gordon A. Dressler
Reply to  MMcfrom Canada
July 11, 2022 9:50 am

And that distinction is found exactly where in the Bible?

Reply to  Gordon A. Dressler
July 11, 2022 3:25 pm

The Schwab contingent is working on doing exactly that, “have dominion over . . . every living thing that moves on the earth”

July 11, 2022 7:55 am

“…the Government of Canada has set the national fertilizer emissions reduction target”

Did Sri Lanka teach them nothing?

Kevin kilty
Reply to  fretslider
July 11, 2022 8:18 am

I hesitate to speculate here, but perhaps they have noticed how quickly it worked.

Reply to  Kevin kilty
July 11, 2022 8:36 am

You could be right, but the Dutch are holding out

Nick Graves
Reply to  fretslider
July 12, 2022 12:31 am

If they’re anything like their Boer relatives, this could get interesting!

Switzerland’s that way….

Rick C
Reply to  fretslider
July 11, 2022 8:55 am

Not if they only follow main stream news which has carefully avoided discussing the link between Sri-Lanka’s collapse and their banning chemical fertilizers and pesticides. They’re blaming it on Covid, tourism decline, crippling debt, mismanagement, and, of course, Climate Change. Small mention of “the move toward organic farming” as if it was some voluntary thing farmers just decided to do.

Reply to  fretslider
July 11, 2022 3:26 pm

No doubt it taught them to have more government guns available but then they probably have been well prepared n that arena for quite some time.

Gordon A. Dressler
July 11, 2022 7:57 am

Give me a break! Justin Trudeau caught, just like Joe Biden, not following the science.

Nitrous oxide (N2O) is consider to be the fourth most significant atmospheric gas having the potential to induce greenhouse-gas-effect warming, behind water vapor, CO2 and methane.

However, that potential is just considering N2O’s LWIR absorption in isolation. But when one actually looks into the science of all greenhouse gases mixed together in the Earth’s atmosphere one sees that the LWIR absorption bands of nitrous oxide are covered by the overwhelming, broad LWIR absorption bands of water vapor and the absorption band of CO2 centered around 4 microns (see the attached figure).

N2O is a linear molecule having a relative small permanent dipole moment (0.16 Debye) compared to the non-linear water molecule that has a permanent dipole moment more than 10 times larger (1.84 Debye). This means that, molecule for molecule, H2O will interact with (i.e., absorb) much more strongly LWIR radiated off earth’s surface than will N2O.

Furthermore, N2O’s current atmospheric concentration of only ~0.3 ppmv can be compared to the overwhelming presence of water vapor (~thousands of ppm up to about 40,000 ppmv maximum) over the range of humidities seen in Earth’s atmosphere, as well as the orders of magnitude higher concentration of CO2 (at about 420 ppmv).

Considering all of the above scientific facts, the concentration of nitrous oxide in the atmosphere is just another fictitious “hobgoblin” of the type we have been warned about for many years:

“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”
—H.L. Mencken

Ed Zuiderwijk
July 11, 2022 8:02 am

Green is the Colour of Hunger.

Kevin kilty
Reply to  Ed Zuiderwijk
July 11, 2022 8:28 am

Perhaps the philosophy of hunger.

Reply to  Ed Zuiderwijk
July 12, 2022 11:17 am

Hey ho: should reduce the obesity epidemic! Every cloud ……….

Giordano Milton
July 11, 2022 8:04 am

Maybe Trudeau and his political allies and supporters should just stop eating. They should lead by example to see how it works out.

July 11, 2022 8:06 am

Canada and the Netherlands limit food production. Russia limits Ukrainian grain exports. China causes chaos by letting a virus go. I’m sure commenters here can come up with examples from their own neck of the woods. Today’s political governments are no friends to “the people” they are supposed to serve.

Reply to  Neil Lock
July 11, 2022 9:32 am

Rumors of entire cattle herds being quietly sold off in the USA. We’ll see the impact of the fertilizer and fuel issues in 2-3 months. Spring 2023 could get interesting in the countryside

Reply to  Spetzer86
July 11, 2022 12:30 pm

The western US has been in a prolonged drought. Selling off the herds to prevent further losses has been a long tradition in the cattle business in the marginal lands out west. Get what you can for them now versus collecting the carcasses later is a tough choice.

Reply to  OweninGA
July 12, 2022 4:58 am

yes Aus is now rebuilding herds in areas that had 10yrs of drought, after the rains came

Reply to  Spetzer86
July 11, 2022 1:35 pm

Is Bill letting all of his land go fallow?

Reply to  Neil Lock
July 11, 2022 3:31 pm

they are supposed to serve control

Reply to  Neil Lock
July 12, 2022 4:57 am

russia limited NOTHING it was sanctioned to make supply damn near impossible
they sent a ship out this week and everyone complained so? they dont WANT the poor fed..obviously zelensky at least doesnt

Kevin kilty
July 11, 2022 8:06 am

Both Biden and Trudeau display a mean-spirited vindictiveness toward people in the agricultural and energy producing states and provinces. Throughout my life I’ve seen it on display occasionally among inconsequential people, like academics, but in national leaders it is a deadly personality flaw or possibly even a sign of mental illness — Stalinesque.

Rod Evans
Reply to  Kevin kilty
July 11, 2022 8:57 am

Maybe even Stalinitus. Symptoms being, the constant desire to destroy anything that might challenge the plan for total control. The intelligentsia being first in line for the cull. The self appointed climate alarmist scientists can relax though, they do not count as intellectual….

July 11, 2022 8:29 am

Slightly off topic but should be of interest to the group. Just got this notification from Texas ERCOT. Please take note of the last line-10% of nameplate capacity.

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has issued a Conservation Appeal asking Texans and Texas businesses to voluntarily conserve electricity today, July 11, between 2-8 p.m. CT. ERCOT also issued a Watch for a projected reserve capacity shortage from 2-8 p.m. CT. At this time, ERCOT does not expect system-wide outages. Factors driving the need for this important action by customers include (i) record high electric demand, and (ii) wind generation coming in at less than 10% of its capacity.

Tom Abbott
Reply to  Marc
July 11, 2022 12:13 pm

Windmills are such a scam. In this case, a dangerous scam.

Reply to  Marc
July 11, 2022 2:35 pm

We’re doing just fine, probably due to the minimal conservation that people are taking –

Last Updated: Jul 11, 2022 16:30:40

Frequency  Current Frequency     59.979
Instantaneous Time Error          -11.103
Consecutive BAAL Clock-Minute Exceedances (min)     0

Real-Time Data (in MW)
Actual System Demand  --------------------------------------------  78288
Total System Capacity (not including Ancillary Services) --------   82605
Total Wind Output  -----------------------------------------------   6070
Total PVGR (solar) Output ----------------------------------------   8695

July 11, 2022 8:36 am

With a son who teaches college level English, have to bring up this point. To ‘decimate’ something is to reduce it by one tenth. Think a better word choice would be ‘devastate’, or maybe ‘destroy’. Otherwise, good article and hope the Canadian Parliament will give Justin a no-confidence vote and boot his backside out of Ottawa.

MM from Canada
Reply to  Chuck_M
July 11, 2022 9:31 am

A non-confidence vote won’t pass as long as the NDP props up the Liberals.

Reply to  Chuck_M
July 11, 2022 11:29 am

The meaning of “decimate” has been decimated…

Reply to  TonyG
July 11, 2022 2:38 pm

Yup, TonyG. Language isn’t static.

I’d bet 95% of the people here who were educated before about 1975 or thereabouts know that decimated means to reduce by a tenth and was a harsh disciplinary action used by the Roman military.

But the word now is in common usage by people who have been indoctrinated, not educated, and to them it means “Like almost totally like wiped out, d-u-u-u-u-d-e!!”

July 11, 2022 8:45 am

No nation will survive by voting alone. The Great Reset/Liberal World Order Plan is in full progress. The WEF/Globalists now have a firm grip on every government in the West and will continue to strangle the economies until they reach their maximum 500 million population of “vaccinated” genetically engineered humanoids.

As Larry Bell at CFACT wrote: Following up on Joe’s “as long as it takes,” response to a press reporter’s question at the June 28 NATO summit in Madrid regarding how long American drivers should be prepared to endure premium gasoline penalties, his top economic advisor highlighted the key reason this pump pain patience is so important.

When asked for comments later that day by CNN‘s Victor Blackwell “What do you say to the families that say ‘we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years,’ this is not sustainable,” White House National Economic Council director Brian Deese affirmed:

“What you heard from the president today was a clear articulation of the stakes.”

Deese then clarified that “This is about the future of the liberal world order, and we have to stand firm.”

The only question remaining is, how much longer will the masses allow themselves to be annihilated slowly?

Reply to  TEWS_Pilot
July 11, 2022 9:35 am

The Progressive frogs are begging for the heat to be turned up in the pot.

July 11, 2022 8:52 am

Leading Politician: Dutch Farmers Are Rebelling Against Great Reset…

Dutch Farmers Are Rebelling Against Great Reset, Says Leading Politician
Believes government wants land to house migrants
By Nathan Worcester July 11, 2022 Updated: July 11, 2022

Dutch farmers are fighting the globalist Great Reset through their protests against aggressive new government climate policies, according to Dutch politician Thierry Baudet.

“The real point here is the Great Reset, mass migration, [and] transnational governance. And that’s why the people have to become atomized—they have to lose their connection with the land. And that’s why they’re hitting the farmers,” he said.

Baudet, a member of the Dutch House of Representatives and leader of the political party Forum for Democracy, made the remark during a July 8 interview with Roman Balmakov, host of EpochTV’s “Facts Matter.”

The interview can be viewed on EpochTV as part of a new video, “Farmer Rebels.” More footage from the Netherlands will be released over the next few days.

On a July 5 episode of EpochTV’s “Crossroads with Joshua Philipp,” Philipp also covered the Dutch farmer protests.

“This is not just a Netherlands thing—this is an all of Europe thing as well,” he said, noting that protests have spread across the continent, partly in connection with similar policies from the European Commission.

Baudet also spoke to The Epoch Times on July 5.

…Keep Reading….

Reply to  TEWS_Pilot
July 11, 2022 9:52 pm

Also keep in mind that Dutch farmers have reduced their NH3 emissions from 330kton in the early 90’s to 110kton in recent years.

July 11, 2022 8:58 am

While the WEF/Globalists are destroying supply chains and our food supply, don’t overlook this flanking movement to immobilize us.

The End Of Private Car Ownership

The reality is that car ownership offers mobility and independence. That is exactly what the leftist radicals making social policy want to eliminate. Gas prices are not Putin’s price hike, they’re the Green Dream. And that dream isn’t to put you in a Nissan Leaf. It’s the Pol Pot dream of dismantling civilization and rolling back the industrial revolution.

Once the dark age norms of their dark enlightenment are restored, peasants will go back to being pedestrians and only the progressive philosopher kings will ride.

You will drive nothing and you will be happy.

The term “pedestrian” originally had a derogatory meaning because peasants walked while nobles were “equestrians” and rode horses. The industrial revolution eliminated this class difference, as it did so many others, by making car ownership available to the masses until eventually Herbert Hoover was able to boast that “Republican prosperity has reduced and increased earning capacity” to “put the proverbial ‘chicken in every pot’ and a car in every backyard to boot.”

Democrats have spent two generations trying to get those cars out of every backyard. Biden is trying to bring back Obama’s mileage standards that were estimated to raise car prices by 20%.The goal is to “nudge 40% of U.S. drivers into electric vehicles by decade’s end.”

Will 40% of Americans be able to afford electric cars that cost an average of $54,000 by 2030? Not likely. Nor are they meant to. Biden’s radical ‘green’ government, which includes Tracy Stone-Manning, the former spokeswoman for an ecoterrorist group as the head of the Bureau of Land Management, isn’t looking to nudge drivers into another type of cars, but out of cars.

Gas prices are a way to price Americans out of car ownership under the guise of pushing EVs.

Biden’s Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm responded to American concerns about high gas prices by urging them to buy electric cars. Granholm, who had promoted a green energy tycoon who spent years in prison for fraud, who had served on the board of directors of an electric battery company, and made millions divesting stock in an electric vehicle manufacturer, is a fan.

“Most electric vehicles are now cheaper to own than gas-powered cars from the day you drive them off the lot,” Granholm tweeted.

That isn’t actually true, but actual cars have become more expensive to own, largely because of efforts by the Biden Administration, and by various states, including California. That hasn’t however made electric cars any more affordable for ordinary Americans.
….Keep Reading…..

Reply to  TEWS_Pilot
July 11, 2022 9:35 am

Wouldn’t trust a member of Brandon’s cohort to know anything or clearly make a truthful statement.

July 11, 2022 9:02 am

Since we want to regulate carbon because of carbon dioxide, then it also must follow that we also want to regulate nitrogen because of oxides of nitrogen.

The atmosphere is 80% nitrogen, so there is lots to tax and regulate.

Donald B Thompson
July 11, 2022 9:02 am

The EPA is threatening to shut down the Permian Basin over ozone rules. If so, 40% of the US oil/gas will be shut down. In parallel, Russia is threatening to shut down gas to Germany. Along with rules designed to limit nitrogen fertilizers, we are facing economic devastation and starvation that will plummet the world into chaos. Perhaps this will awaken democratic nations to the risks embodied in the green hysteria.

Perhaps nuclear energy and rolling back proposed green regulations will happen, but we are in for a rocky ride!

July 11, 2022 9:14 am

How did Canadians become such compliant sheep?

Tom Abbott
Reply to  Gyan1
July 11, 2022 12:17 pm

Good question.

Captain climate
Reply to  Gyan1
July 11, 2022 1:17 pm

White women. They’re the vanguard of the sole movement and the ones who think Trudeau is dreamy. The most spoiled, selfish, entitled people.

Captain climate
Reply to  Captain climate
July 11, 2022 1:18 pm


Reply to  Gyan1
July 11, 2022 5:35 pm

Since CBC and other major news networks, which Canadians trusted, did not cover information about the WEF agenda, voters had no idea that Justin Trudeau and his cabinet members had been “penetrated” by the WEF.
CBC and other major networks flooded the airwaves with climate change alarmism for more than a decade.
Also, indoctrination of alarmism occurred at all levels of academic institutions.
Was there any mention of Klaus Schwab and the WEF agenda before it came out recently through independent media?

Reply to  Sommer
July 12, 2022 5:14 am

yeah actually there was, the agenda 21 the brussels unelecteds the Un and davos crews were all known about for a longish time but all us who did speak up were called tinfoil hatters, the CIGIAR and other setups gates and his henchment also that got global signups from small councils even in rural aus for climate concerns and management as an excuse to gain control and pry and spy for future abuses.
they outline their plans to remove people from farms/rural areas and confine to corridors in med to high rise with zero private vehicles needed as theyll handle the public transport etc farms to be massive commercial for investors profits water rights removed and controlled inc the rainfall taxed on your roof used or now etc
I shuddered back then and its worse not better now

Reply to  Sommer
July 12, 2022 8:31 am

90% of Canadians are huddled within 100 miles of the US border because it’s too cold. That they believe global warming is a problem for Canada demonstrates brain dead compliance.

July 11, 2022 9:15 am

The attack on farming in both Canada and Netherlands is anti-human. In both cases reducing exports will hurt someone else somewhere else with real food shortages, aside from driving up prices in the home countries.

Peta of Newark
July 11, 2022 9:24 am

These people are either perfectly ignorant or mentally deranged.

‘Nitrogen’ as is referred to, or Gaseous Nitrogen Compounds escaping from agriculture are all, with one exception of N2O laughing gas, are all immensely soluble in water. They will be washed out of the sky in no time flat.

N2O is not water soluble but is a (Quote the wiki) “powerful oxidiser similar to molecular oxygen”

iow Nitrous Oxide is effectively, chemically = Oxygen

But it’s also a ‘powerful scavenger of Ozone’

Ozone in the lower atmosphere is perfectly hideous stuff, for plants and critters and everybody – anything that ‘takes it down‘ is surely to be welcomed.

But no. It’s demonised in exactly the same way carbon dioxide is: CO2 and water being joint equal in their importance to all life on Earth.
And if you wanted to make that a triumvirate, you’d add (water soluble) Nitrogen compounds.
I’m badly tempting fate here but they’re not planning on taxing lightning bolts next? ## Lightning, as I understood was an essential in the creation Life On Earth – way back when when Primordial Soup was the only thing on the menu.

….what has gone wrong in this world..

## I love to visit here now and again if anything appears on the news & weather ‘radar’
Have a play with it and you’ll find it will zoom right in to where and when every individual bolt landed, down to ‘field level’ if not street and house level AND, every single one of them is (already) catalogued.
There’ll be no escape.

Rod Evans
July 11, 2022 9:28 am

” Houston, we have a problem”!
Say again…..
“We have a problem, the wind has stopped blowing and we are down to 10% of power to the grid”
Control knows how to calm the situation, “Relax, where you are going energy will be the least of your worries”…..

Reply to  Rod Evans
July 11, 2022 2:49 pm

re: ““We have a problem, the wind has stopped blowing and we are down to 10% of power to the grid””

We’re doing just fine, so “fine” in fact that “All Non-Spin has been recalled.” as of 16:38 CDT.

See Operations Messages page:

July 11, 2022 9:34 am

Fortunately for Canada and Canadians, the federal government’s ability to print money and shovel it out the door has never been stronger!

July 11, 2022 9:37 am

The people of Switzerland in the streets of Zurich in protest against the introduction of all WHO health protocols, Klaus Schwab’s and SEF’s agenda, demanding that the state return freedom to its citizens and preserve sovereignty and neutrality. @TRUMPINTEL

July 11, 2022 9:46 am

When this and other articles discuss limit on nitrogen, do they mean anhydrous ammonia?
That’s what I’m familiar with growing up in North Dakota.

Reply to  katphiche
July 11, 2022 10:34 am

They have done everything in their power to disrupt US fertilizer use this spring including “accidents” at fertilizer plants and the Union Pacific Railroad limiting fertilizer shipments to our grain and corn producers during the Spring planting season. This is all part of the plan to create major food shortages in the Western Nations. The Russian/ Ukrainian war could very well be part of the plan to destroy the West.

Paul Penrose
July 11, 2022 9:57 am

All that is required at this point for Canada to succumb to totalitarianism is for the public to abandon their principles & responsibilities and to repeat Trudeau’s lies when asked. Democracy there is hanging by a thread; what will the people do about it?

How far is the US from a similar situation? I used to think quite far. But now I’m not so sure, given how many people unquestioningly rolled over to the unconstitutional and ineffective Covid-19 shutdowns. Was that just a test to see how far they could push their authority and to determine how sheep-like the people were? If so, I’m terrified at what they concluded.

Maybe it is time to stock up on canned goods, rice, and ammo. I hope it doesn’t come to that, but I’ve never been more concerned about our Republic, and I’m 60 years old, so I’ve lived through a lot of “crises” before.

Reply to  Paul Penrose
July 11, 2022 10:12 am

I grew up in the 50s here in the US. The deterioration of EVERY institution since then is frightening. That includes social, cultural, educational, military and governmental institutions.

Tom Abbott
Reply to  Paul Penrose
July 11, 2022 12:27 pm

“How far is the US from a similar situation?”

The U.S. has individual States that are not going to follow Biden over the cliff.

It may be a good idea to stock up on vital necessities.

Growing a garden might come in handy.

Reply to  Paul Penrose
July 12, 2022 5:19 am

dont forget painkillers iodine and any other medicines etc you can store as well as drygoods little things like needle n thread that no one makes in our own west any more for eg matches/lighters all the small but useful things. and shoes, enough to last for many years go for leather as the glues and plastics disintegrate in 10yrs or so even stored unused i found

July 11, 2022 10:18 am

To suppress the population they intend to do it with poverty. The old USSR is an example of food shortage and waiting lines to enter the grocery store with many empty shelves. In other words occupy the people’s time with survival. It won’t work of course but then there is nothing original about them.

July 11, 2022 10:25 am

When will the government start mass deliveries of Soylent Green? Of course, Nancy P, Biden, Trudeau, et. al., will still be allowed feasts …..

July 11, 2022 10:55 am

…stands to have their profit reduced by…

What about production?

Reply to  TonyG
July 12, 2022 5:20 am

to their tiny minds profit=production

July 11, 2022 11:14 am

Will the Hunger Games be televised on all channels this year? The outer districts don’t stand a chance.

July 11, 2022 11:16 am

Windmills….the new crucifix

stephen mcdonald
July 11, 2022 11:20 am

Can’t Canadians vote this narcissistic Marxist out.
To him 1 death is tragedy a million deaths is merely a statistic.

The prediction of devastating crop failures from global warming from 40 years ago did not happen.

The opposite did.

So he is now making sure that the prediction comes true even if he starves thousands of Canadians to death.

Just like Stalin did to millions of Ukrainians.

That is a psychopathic tantrum.

July 11, 2022 11:22 am

Closet Swab : You vill own nothing and you vill be verrry hungry.

July 11, 2022 11:46 am

I think Canada should ban trips by all those Canadian “snowbirds” going to Florida every winter. They are wasting gasoline. Let them walk.

John Edmondson
July 11, 2022 12:51 pm

Can the western states leave Canada?

Reply to  John Edmondson
July 11, 2022 1:28 pm

I think that Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the Territories should become Canada, and the rest of the Provinces should assign their sovereignty to the UN or the WEF, which is clearly where their loyalties lie.

Reply to  John Edmondson
July 11, 2022 9:12 pm

Washington would do whatever it takes to prevent that, and Ontario and Quebec would do whatever they could to legitimize the obstruction. For one thing, it’s much easier to get access to whatever Canadian resources the US needs with the help of a servile federal government in Ottawa, and for another, a Western Canadian separation could be a first step towards Cascadia, merging the Canadian West with the American Northwest.

July 11, 2022 1:21 pm

One has to wonder what Trudeau will do when his voting base in the big cities start starving to death?

Reply to  john
July 11, 2022 2:51 pm

Sparkle Socks will pull a strategic Sri Lanka Short Notice Presidential Vacation just like he did when the truckers first showed up in Ottawa.

Philip CM
July 11, 2022 3:20 pm

International governments are bringing back famine. Ah, the 70’s. 😣

July 11, 2022 3:33 pm

If Canada goes down this route they will have serious yield losses.
When the prairies were first ploughed up they had a residue of hundreds of years of fertility built up under grassland which initially sustained wheat yields without fertiliser inputs.
However once this fertility had been used up it has become necessary to get available nitrogen either from legumes or manufactured nitrogen sources such as urea and ammonium nitrate.
Fertiliser prices have gone through the roof over the past 18 months and are now getting towards £1000 per tonne. No farmer is going to waste such a costly input, and if anything the yield/response cost curve will result in less nitrogen fertiliser being applied which will reduce wheat yields.
Legumes can fix nitrogen but from personal experience ‘organic’ systems in the UK result in significantly lower yields of wheat. 1.5 tons per acre as compared to 3.5 tons plus in conventional systems.
The end result if reducing the use of nitrogen fertilisers becomes widespread globally: lower yields with attendant social problems.
I can’t see China or India cutting the use of nitrogen fertilisers. They have too many mouths to feed.

Gregg Eshelman
July 11, 2022 3:53 pm

Do these idiots not know that air is 70% nitrogen?

Rich Davis
Reply to  Gregg Eshelman
July 11, 2022 7:01 pm

Oh no, we lost 8% of our nitrogen? When did that happen?

Giordano Milton
July 11, 2022 3:59 pm

The objective, of course, is to control and reduce the number of humans. In many ways progressives have not changed since their eugenics days.

Geoff Sherrington
July 11, 2022 5:19 pm

This is really bad news for Canada and elsewhere. Resist it.
I do not know of any responsible, experienced agronomist who would support this plan if no excuse could exist for it. Agronomists, please argue here if you disagree.
A pattern is emerging with countries like Sri Lanka, Holland, Canada and now my homeland Australia starting to align. The pattern involves national leaders pulling this major, critical nitrogenous fertilizer plan seemingly out of thin air, not much if any prior debate, just ‘Do as I dictate or else’ The ‘or else’ can mean police and/or military firing real bullets into the protest crowds.

Why are these leaders condemning innocent people to death by planned starvation or gunshot? Surely there are laws to discourage national leaders from killing innocents for ideology? Do these leaders not know that they could go to jail for life?

The persistence and coordination they display points to a driving source, a person or persons telling these leaders what to do, or else. It is hard to imagine that such a coordinated plan does not exist. If people think that the plan and its ultimate planners are wrong or evil or whatever, the fist step for effective resistance is to identify them and have them admit their complicity.

That should be a main task for followers of climate change, that ‘existential crisis’. Do not bother so much for the time being with lesser aspects of climate change, try to devote your main efforts to establish beyond doubt who is at the top of this Ponzi scheme, who is calling the shots to these national leaders. Not just hearsay, what is vital is written or spoken evidence from the people at the hub.
Geoff S

Reply to  Geoff Sherrington
July 12, 2022 5:24 am

find me a p[olitician jailed for life…or even a few years ANYwhere!
and for aus without superphosphate we have NO crops of the commercial kind
our soils are crap

July 11, 2022 5:27 pm

Global warming hasn’t caused the food shortages they were hoping for so I guess they have to cause it somehow.

Edward Katz
July 11, 2022 6:55 pm

So what else is new here? During the past three decades various Canadian governments have tried to implement ten different climate/emissions reductions plans and every one of them fell short of its target. The reason is simple: neither governments, industries, businesses, nor consumers ever intended to make the type or operational or lifestyle changes necessary to make these plans work, and they’re just as unlikely to do so in future. They’ll just have an adverse effect on one economic sector or another before being abandoned and another being adopted.

July 11, 2022 7:21 pm

Trudeau et al care nothing for the farmers or the consumers because they have nothing to worry about. As the ruling elite, they’ll NEVER go hungry.

Paul Penrose
Reply to  Art
July 12, 2022 9:35 am

Right up until they are lined up against a wall.

William Haas
July 11, 2022 8:28 pm

I would like Trudeau to tell us exactly how much would his program lower global temperatures, how much will it cost, and what will be the effect on global food supplies? With the war going on in Europe, this does not seem like a very good time to be doing any of this.

July 11, 2022 9:29 pm

Watermelons living in cities should not be allowed to have any influence on farming practices. They have zero idea of what they are talking about. Much like the Yale Professor who told those against the truckers protest in Canada to go let down high pressure truck tyres. Advice that disappeared very rapidly from her Twitter feed when someone put up a video of what happens when a high pressure truck tire blows out.

Reply to  Quilter52
July 12, 2022 8:31 am

“They have zero idea of what they are talking about.”

There’s a meme going around about everyone growing one crop (on their apartment balconies, I guess) and sharing with others and then everyone can eat for free. People defend this saying “it would work if we all tried”. They have no idea what it takes to grow enough food to feed a family.

Craig from Oz
July 11, 2022 9:32 pm

Are we sure that Castro’s Son actually understands politics?

You know, being able to read the room and then lie through your teeth to claim you always supported the current consensus and they need to go back to their homes so you can champion their cause in parliament?

So – the room as it stands:

Sri Lanka: went organic, food production crashed, angry mobs chased President out of his own palace.

the Netherlands: plans to screw farmers. Farmers react with massive tractor rallies. Reports of shots being fired by police and acts of violence.

THAT is the room.

July 11, 2022 10:42 pm

Hope to see the PM Castro’s house swarmed by the populace, enjoying his pool and gym like the Sri Lankans are at the moment.

July 12, 2022 4:01 am

truly a dope is a claus schwab young leader wef grad
tells us all we need to know

Robert of Ottawa
July 12, 2022 8:19 am

The greatest fertolizer emissions in Canada come from politicians.

john harmsworth
July 12, 2022 8:28 am

Yeah, our Liberals aren’t so good with numbers. But luckily, they don’t care! The Trudeau government is the worst in the history of the country. We may actually never really recover from tis government. The debt and disastrous policies will damage us for decades. Can anyone suggest a better place to go? I’m 65 and have 2 businesses here but I’m still willing to leave the country of my birth because I don’t feel at home here anymore, due to the rank stupidity of our leadership.

Reply to  john harmsworth
July 12, 2022 11:08 am

Ditto in the UK.

Peter Fraser
July 12, 2022 1:22 pm

Sri Lanka’s troubles started two years ago when farmers were told to cut using artificial fertiliser. Mass civil unrest and Prime Minister and other key Govt. people resigning and appear to be hiding from the mob. Go woke go broke

July 12, 2022 3:09 pm

If greenhouse gasses were causing significant warming, then the best policy for Canada would be to increase emissions. 90% of their population lives within 100 miles of the US because the rest of the country is too cold.

Gary Remington
July 12, 2022 10:49 pm

Please help me out. .I have arguments with my organically inclined friends about “natural” versus “chemical” fertilizer. I believe that since potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen are elements there can be no “artificial” fertilizer, unless you’re an alchemist. The difference is the source material and the methods used for extracting the elements.
Is there ANY difference between the two types besides a consistent product which is easier to apply more uniformly in controllable amounts ( in the case of “chemical fertilizer”)?
Not being rhetorical here, am I missing something?

One year of chemistry, James Monroe high school 1974 /75.

July 17, 2022 11:43 am

Time to plant a vegetable garden and buy a few months worth of freeze dried food.
The goal of the World Economic Forum is death on the scale of Stalin and Mao. Don’t be statistic. Choise life instead.

Sean Ralston
July 19, 2022 10:59 pm

do you people actually believe that trudeau decides anything.. ANYTHING aside from his haircuts and choice of toothepaste?..oh, he decided to raise the carbon tax on the same day he took a pay hike, do-do-doo.. the president of the Liberal Party and his corporate backers have the sway my fellow canadians!

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