Sunday, July 21, 2019
Then I just saw this article by a friend, Nick Sallnow-Smith, former Chairman of the Lion Rock Institute, Hong Kong. Then a recent paper by Peter Wallace. Reposting portions here.
Thursday, July 18, 2019
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Local government units (LGUs) in M. Manila, other provinces and regions, are silent communists -- they want a "classless" society, as frequent as possible, with or without typhoons. Lousy. Should be among the results of climate alarmism. No rain or more rains, no flood or more floods, no cold or more cold, be alarmed, be scared, and we send more money to government and UN.
Today,NO storm signal in Metro Manila yet classes are suspended in ALL levels, kinder to college, wow. People are scared of rains? But June to October is rainy season, yearly, since thousands of years ago. July to Sept esp are months of bad rains and storms. If people are scared of rains, then classes should open in October or November, not June or July or August.
Sunday, July 14, 2019
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Monday, July 08, 2019
(1) No such thing as "worsening El Nino" due to Gorebal warming, only endless El Nino-La Nina cycle.
Saturday, July 06, 2019
I like these two articles, reposting portions of them.
Friday, July 05, 2019
WUWT made fun of that failed prediction. Climate alarmism movement is an expert on making wild, scary predictions and Frankenstein scenarios.
Perhaps they didn't get enough money then so they must continue the alarmism, make the next scenario more scary than their previous stories.
Thursday, July 04, 2019
Topics covered were the water rationing (aka "water crisis"), continuing "yellow alerts" in power and electricity, high inflation, and the Reed Bank incident where a China boat rammed a Philippine fishing boat at night, destroyed it and left the fishermen floating in the sea for several hours. Then the defense of Malacanang and Duterte officials that it was just an "accident", etc.
A portion of my interview, and One News' tweet that day,
Thanks again Cito, Madz Lacson.
See also: Interview at Agenda, One News, June 13, 2019.
Tuesday, July 02, 2019
Meanwhile,here’s a brilliant, well-thought article from Richard Heydarian today in the Inquirer. He posted in his fb wall with this note:
Yes, it's blank. Duterte administration has no "independent" foreign policy, only 99% China-dependence foreign policy.
Also reposting this from another friend from UP, Bernard Ong: