Prince Charlie and the Climate Factory

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by Zen Gardner

To really understand the true context of this climate change charade one must factor in the massive worldwide geoengineering program. Unbeknownst to many, prior to the escalation of the war on Syria, millions of Syrians farmers were driven to poverty and forced into city centers for work via engineered drought.
It’s all part of clearing the land of what the controllers consider the nuisance humanity. It’s happening in many parts of the world, including the infamous California drought. Agenda 21, further augmented by Agenda 2030, lays this plan out clearly, herding people into densely populated areas for easier monitoring and control, amongst other sinister intentions. The unusable land will once again be watered by geoengineers once it’s in the guardianship of the state and/or huge corporations as they have done before in Australia and other countries.
Engineered torrential floods, freezes and storms are all part of their arsenal, but the drought factor needs highlighting as it’s hitting the world’s food supply as well as demographics very hard. For an in-depth look at this weapon of choice see Engineering The Climate To Control Populations. Be sure to click on the links to the various examples to see the enormous range of this ongoing drought program.
So here’s the pathetic, twisted mainstream narrative so many are buying into, conveniently broadcast just preceding the farcical UN Climate Summit:

Climate change has ‘huge impact’ on Syrian conflict – Prince Charles

Failure to properly address climate change issues has played a role in the rise of terrorism and instability in Syria, Prince Charles has said in an interview.

Speaking to Sky News in an interview to air Monday, the heir to the British throne claimed climate change “has a huge impact on what is happening.”

“There’s very good evidence indeed that one of the major reasons for this horror in Syria, funnily enough, was a drought that lasted for about five or six years, which meant that huge numbers of people in the end had to leave the land,” he said.

Prince Charles told the broadcaster: “We’re seeing a classic case of not dealing with the problem…it sounds awful to say, but some of us were saying 20 something years ago that if we didn’t tackle these issues, you would see ever greater conflict over scarce resources and ever greater difficulties over drought, and the accumulating effect of climate change, which means that people have to move.”

Prince Charles’ comments echo the findings of a report published in March in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which highlighted the effect of a 2007-2010 drought on the conflict in Syria.

Asked if Britain can afford to address climate change in a time of budget cuts and austerity, the 67-year-old prince said: “The trouble is if we don’t, this is the awful thing, if we don’t it’s going to get so much worse, then life will become very, very complicated indeed, and what we’re experiencing now will be as nothing to the problems.”

The interview, which was recorded prior to the deadly Paris massacre, comes ahead of a major UN climate change summit in Paris next week, where more than 100 heads of state will try to secure an agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Charles is expected to deliver a keynote speech at the conference. MORE>>

Of course he’ll be speaking there, as will the usual high profile talking heads. “Luckily” no protests will be had due to the Par-ISIS stage production.

They really do try to think of everything. Too bad their world will crumble around their ears.

Stay free.

Love, Zen

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