The Anti-New York Times (Slimes) on Asia’s Expanding Glaciers & Worship of Athletes Instead of Humanitarians

Oh how boldly they lie!!!

This dishonest tale of glacial melting dominates the front page of Sulzberger’s Slimes. Yes, many of the glaciers in the Andes Mountains  are retreating, but it’s got absolutely nothing to do with “Global Warming” TM “Climate Change” TM — manmade or otherwise.

In service to their Globalist benefactors, the money-grubbing warmist “scientists” are notorious for cherry-picking and breathlessly hyping-up cases of retreating (melting)glaciers as evidence of their doom & gloom claims. But what the warmists will not tell you is that there are many glaciers which are currently expanding.

Here are just a few of the typical contradictory headlines (out of many!) which illustrate how the Fake Science of cherry-picking data works:


On Shrinking “Melting” Glaciers:

  • NPR (National Public Radio, May 11):  Disappearing Montana Glaciers a ‘Bellwether’ Of Melting To Come?

On Expanding Glaciers (not nearly as publicized as the shrinking ones!)

  • Live Science (October 12, 2014): Why Asia’s Glaciers Are Mysteriously Expanding, Not Melting
  • (February 15, 2017): Explaining New Zealand’s unusual growing glaciers



The warmists like to “cherry-pick” the data that “fits” their hoax, while ignoring any data which contradicts it. A melting glacier in Peru (Pastoruri glacier) set next to a 30-year old photo proves nothing! — It’s all explained in “Climate Bogeyman.” (here)


Did you notice how the cases of growing glaciers are described as “mysterious” and “unusual?” That’s a rhetorical trick. There is nothing “unusual” nor “mysterious” about glacial variation — and the seditious scribblers at Sulzberger’s Slimes damn well know it. Apart from the fact that the Earth’s average atmospheric temperatures have remained within a “normal” range of variance for the past 150 years, the primary cause of glacial melting is actually due changes in geo-thermal activity — and not always due volcanic activity either.

Radiogenic Heat

The interior of the Earth (both the mantle and the crust) generate what is known as “radiogenic heat.” This type of heat can vary unpredictably from time to time and region to region. These small variations, over time, along with pressure from the top, are what cause the gradual melting away of glaciers from the bottom. Place a chunk of ice on a slightly warm surface and observe how it melts faster from the bottom than at the top.

Pre-Industrial Historical Precedents

New York Times (May 8, 2001): Story of Viking Colonies’ Icy ‘Pompeii’ Unfolds From Ancient Greenland Farm

“At Nipaatsoq, blowing glacial sands covered the farm in the early 1400’s, sealing it until 1990, when two hunters reported seeing ancient wood protruding from an eroded stream bank.”

Whenever any melting, due to natural variable factors, reveals some of these artifacts in Greenland or other places, the warmists are quick to shout, “Aha! These artifacts are emerging because the ice is melting due to man-made “Global Warming / Climate Change.” But how is it that they never question why the areas were once warm and inhabited to begin with? And they also purposely ignore cases in which new ice-coverage / glaciers are forming.

Now if you really want to go back in time to find some real “climate change,” consider that the majestic smooth cliffs of the Hudson River Palisades. This line of steep cliffs (300-500 feet high) stands along the west side of the lower Hudson River in northeastern New Jersey and southeastern New York State. The formation itself was created by molten rock (magma) shooting upward, but the smooth polish is the effect of massive retreating glaciers which cut away the hillsides and loose rocks while sliding through. Imagine the prolonged cold spell which caused such skyscraper glaciers to form near today’s midtown New York City. And imagine the relative warming that caused them to retreat and melt. Needless to say, there were no cars and factories back then either.



  1. Though not nearly as significant of a factor as atmospheric changes, “bottom-up”radiogenic heat variation can be substantial and unpredictable. 2. The George Washington Bridge would be buried under an ice sheet if the glaciers of 10,000 years ago were to return. 3. During the Medieval Warm PeriodVikings colonized areas of Greenland which are now under glaciers, but the colonies didn’t survive when average temperatures dropped again. 


Clearly, the Globalists aren’t taking Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement laying down. Second only to the establishment of the Federal Reserve on 1913, full implementation of the Paris Scam would amount to the single greatest all-at-once power grab in the history of the One World Conspiracy. That’s what’s at stake here. Unless and until the NWO gang and its “Deep State” apparatus can be shut down and uprooted, this type of criminal warmist propaganda — going strong for 40 years now — won’t be going away until they finally get their carbon tax and credit scheme.



  1. “Professor” Obongo lectures while on a hike to the Exit Glacier in Alaska — a cherry-picked glacier that has actually been retreating sinceBEFORE the Industrial Revolution. 2.  Alaska’s Mt. Hubbard glacier is part of a long list of glaciers that are growing in locations on all continents. Obongo wasn’t interested in any of those. 3They haven’t given up on Paris!



 Boobus Americanus 1: I read an article in the New York Times today about a retreating glacier in Peru. Scientists predict that when it is gone in 2050, the people won’t have water for farming.

Boobus Americanus 2: Climate Change is killing people.




Sugar: Ain’t no big deal, Boobusss. Thosse people couldn’t farm that land at all before the glacier began melting. Ever think of that, &%$#(?!!!


Editor: Not that it is even happening at all, but it seems to me that a bit of melting and warming would actually benefit humanity.





N Y Times: Pro Football Hall of Fame: Randy Moss and Ray Lewis Lead the Field


Want direct evidence that Boobus Americanus and Boobus Europithicus live in a world gone stark raving mad? Consider the following: Two of the men pictured below are universally known by about 100 million boys and men (and also many women) who follow American football; and the other two, in spite of having saved / improved countless lives while transforming the world, are totally unrecognizable, both in name and by image, to at least 90% of humanity. Try a “name-that-man” experiment on the normies in your life and see for yourself. In fact, many of our readers, through no real fault of their own, might not pass this test either.

Alexander Fleming, Nikola Tesla, Randy Moss, Ray Lewis


After waiting the mandatory five years after retirement, the illustrious Mr. Moss and Mr. Lewis will soon be inducted, with great fanfare and media hype (including non-sports media), into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio — their likenesses to be permanently enshrined with sculpted busts and plaques for the boobs to come and worship. Were aliens from a distant world or time travelers from the future to visit us, they would conclude that these must have been great men who shaped their contemporary world for the better. As for Fleming and Tesla — well, good luck so much as finding a street or small town library named after them.

The annual ritual of Hall of Fame induction receives hours of TV analysis preceding the actual announcement of the new honorees.


To illustrate the maddening folly and injustice of this upside-down, double-standard misplacement of priorities, let us juxtapose (a $10 word for side-by-side comparison)brief bios of the four men shown above:

  • Alexander Fleming (1881-1955)Scottish physician, microbiologist, pharmacologist and botanist. He was the first to discover that the common treatment for certain infections actually killed more people than it saved. His best-known discovery was the  world’s first antibiotic (Penicillin G). So, if you have ever been cured of nasty infection, or your life has ever been saved by anti-biotic, thank Mr. Fleming!
  • Nikola Tesla: (1856-1943): Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system. Tesla also conducted a range of experiments with mechanical generators, electrical discharge tubes, and early X-ray imaging. He also built a wireless-controlled boat.Throughout the 1890s, Tesla would pursue his ideas for wireless lighting and worldwide wireless electric power distribution in his high-voltage power experiments. In 1893, he predicted the possibility of wireless communication with his devices. So, if you use electricity and wireless devices, thank Tesla! (and others)
  • Randy Moss: Arrested for battery in high school, tested positive for drug use, fathered 5 children out-of-wedlock, battered one of his girlfriends, created dissension and controversy through most of his NFL career
  • Ray Lewis: Pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice in connection with the stabbing murders of two men in 2000, fathered six children with four different women

1. When your favorite reporter here was diagnosed with potentially deadly, tick-borne Lyme disease, it was Fleming’s science, not Ray Lewis’s football, which cured me. 2. Lighted cities — brought to us by Tesla, not Randy Moss.


As we speak, there are countless contemporary scientists, technicians and inventors hard at work to save and improve our lives. And yet, who even knows the names of the most important contributors to the development of wonders such as the Internet, or GPS technology, or the latest “wonder drugs” that are alleviating so much suffering and extending lives? Where is their “Hall of Fame?”

It’s not that we are opposed to organized athletics or to the NFL honoring its greatest players. A bit of diversion and entertainment, enjoyed in moderation, is an important element of any culture. What we find so galling is the misplaced priorities of the self-styled elite gatekeepers of our decadent culture. Of course, there is a reason for this unhealthy , ritualistic, obsessive worship of sports, and it was clearly spelled out in the infamously prophetic Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion  — published in Russia in 1903:

 “Soon we shall begin through the press to propose competitions in art, in sport of all kinds: these interests will finally distract their (the goyim’s) minds from questions in which we should find ourselves compelled to oppose them.”


By the demonic design of “the usual suspects,” modern sports has become the “bread and circuses” from ancient Roman times — amplified by the Electronic Idiot Box for the 20th / 21st century. The sheer amount of brain power and deep thought that Boobus wastes on not only watching 15-20 hours of ballgames per week, but also analyzing each game and player performance would be more than enough to educate oneself as to how the world works, and how badly we all are being oppressed, fleeced and lied to. But the “powers that be” (cough cough) do not want us to discuss serious matters, serious men, serious science, serious history and serious ideas and ideals. You see, thinking men, as the writer / satirist H. L. Mencken noted, are dangerous to the elites.

Understand that, and you’ll understand why Moss and Lewis are famous, whereas Tesla and Fleming — even though they have nothing to do with politics — have been relegated to obscure nothingness. The proper appreciation for the truly great men and great deeds of history would inspire higher thinking among the masses. The obsessive worship of half-wit degenerate ball players will not.

TV-produced sports-mania is all about misdirecting masculine energy while keeping the boobs sedated, distracted and thoughtless.


  Boobus Americanus 1: I read an article in the New York Times today that Ray Lewis and Randy Moss may be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year on the first ballot.

Boobus Americanus 2: They both had amazing careers, nothwithstanding some of their off-the-field controversies.


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