Posted by Gareth Icke - memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 31 January 2020
‘According to official government data from the National Snow & Ice Data Center (NSIDC), Arctic Sea Ice is once again GROWING, with current 2020 levels exceeding 8 out of the previous 10 years.
There is nothing catastrophic, alarming, or even a little worrisome about this data, and it comfortably puts to bed the “prophecies of doom” perpetuated on a daily basis across the western media. Very few MSM outlets have fact-checking as a top priority–there is a lot of grandstanding, of course, and paragraphs upon paragraphs on how science + consensuses have –for what would be first time in history– magically combined to deliver an unquestionable truth… HOWEVER, the blinkered exclusion of the below Arctic Sea Ice Extent graph from ANY mainstream climate article should leave you skeptical.
Arctic sea ice extent in January 2020 is sitting ABOVE levels observed in the years 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2012 (record low extent), 2011, AND 2010.
Can you imagine the likes of The Guardian, for example, ever running with this? The source of the data isn’t some hokey-pokey conspiracy site — it’s America’s NSIDC, who boast being backed-up by NASA–and they have satellites and shit. No, the exclusion of charts like these reveals an agenda, and it should ring alarm bells for those with even the weakest of BS detectors.
Perhaps it’s as obvious as ‘doom & gloom headlines = highest click-rate’ (and therefore biggest $$$), rather than some sinister politicized push for world socialism. Or maybe it’s just that the majority of MSM editors are a bunch of woke, gullible hippies.
Whatever the reason though –whether it be a callous money-grab or all the way up to some regrettable excuse for a rollout of globalism– it still involves cherry-picking, dishonesty, and fraud…
The safest bet is to be your own fact-checker (as best you can), as “blind belief in authority is the greatest enemy of the truth” — Albert Einstein.’
Read more: Bad news climate alarmists – official data shows that Arctic sea ice is growing