The Future of Weather According To UN Sec Gen

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Original Article By Petteri Taalas Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization

I normally don’t publish anything from the United Nations website, but I thought this was the epitome of spreading lies and falsehoods, calling them, “facts” in their ongoing effort to deceive mankind on every level… My comments are in red.

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the International Meteorological Organization—the forerunner to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). It is also the 60th anniversary of the World Weather Watch, which is arguably just as important in our daily lives as the better-known World Wide Web.

We are the second oldest United Nations agency and are proud that we have set a gold standard for international cooperation. For the past 150 years, National Meteorological and Hydrological Services have collected and standardized data which underpin the weather forecasts we now take for granted. The history of WMO data exchange is a success story of scientific collaboration and coordination to save lives and livelihoods. A success story of scientific collaboration to save lives and livelihoods?

We started life in an era of Morse code and telegrams for shipping forecasts. Supercomputers and satellite technology are opening up new horizons for ever more reliable weather and climate prediction as part of an integrated Earth system approach. If I didn’t already know, they are creating weather and modifying weather on a mega scale. I might’ve believe that.

World Meteorological Day on 23 March will therefore celebrate the many achievements of the meteorological community and look ahead to opportunities and challenges. Its theme is “The future of weather, climate and water across generations”. How could weather have a “future” if weather was occurring naturally, and the climate was allowed to function without man’s interference?

Early Warnings for All

The decision-making World Meteorological Congress meets in May and will be focusing on future strategic priorities to promote our vision of a world that is more resilient to extreme weather, climate, water and other environmental events.

Our overriding top priority is the United Nations Early Warnings for All initiative, announced by United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on World Meteorological Day 2022. We have received strong support from developed and developing countries alike. The United Nations Early Warnings for All Action Plan was launched during the World Leaders Summit at the United Nations 2022 Climate Change Conference (COP 27). It calls for initial new targeted investments of $3.1 billion to ensure that everyone on Earth is protected against dangerous weather by 2027. First off, it’s based on the continuing lie of climate change, and then to say something as outrageous as “protecting everyone on earth” against dangerous weather by 2027. They really believe they’re like little gods, who can control everything including the weather. Well, they are modifying it and they’re controlling it for destruction, but they’re not doing anything to help mankind and the Earth.

This may sound like a lot, but it is the equivalent of just 50 cents per person per year, and the investments would be dwarfed by the benefits. This is a small fraction (about 6 per cent) of the requested $50 billion in adaptation financing. It would cover disaster risk knowledge, observations and forecasting, preparedness and response, and communication of early warnings. We supposedly already have the best early warning in communication systems, so we can prepare in response to major weather disasters. What we need is for the globalists to stop spraying our skies with Geo engineered aerosol spray, causing the weather disasters we see on the Earth. Earlier in his article he just stated they have satellites and super computers, so what do they need all this extra money for?

WMO is partnering with the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, the International Telecommunications Union and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to advance different pillars of the initiative.

The need is urgent. The number of recorded disasters has increased by a factor of five, driven in part by human-induced climate change and more extreme weather. Another lie just put out there for you to swallow. Mankind is not causing climate change, and never has, but this is their time to try and make the dumbed down of this world believe another lie. This trend is expected to continue. Low-lying and highly populated urban areas are particularly vulnerable, especially given that many hazards have a compound and cascading effect.

WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas. WMO

Advances in forecasting and coordinated early warnings and early action have successfully slashed the number of weather-related deaths in the past 50 years. This was illustrated in the case of Tropical Cyclone Freddy, which hit Madagascar and Mozambique twice, in February and March of this year. And since when is it normal for a cyclone to hit an area twice in two months? The socioeconomic impacts have been massive but casualties were limited because of accurate and timely warnings. No, now because of their weather modification, the socioeconomic casualties will be even more.

Just 24 hours’ notice of an impending hazardous event can cut the ensuing damage by 30 per cent. The Global Commission on Adaptation found that spending just $800 million on such systems in developing countries would avoid losses of $3 billion to $16 billion per year. Give us your money, and will pretend to use it for something that’s not even needed. Warnings don’t stop the damage and destruction of a heavily modified weather system they helped create such as hurricane Ian in Southwest Florida.

Early warnings work, but they must work for everyone.

Half of WMO members still do not have adequate Multi-Hazard Early Warning Systems and we need to fill the gaps in the basic observing system, especially in Least Developed Countries and Small Island Developing States.

Early warnings are the low-hanging fruit of climate change adaptation—which is no long a luxury but a must. According to the World Economic Forum, in the next 10-year time frame, failure to mitigate climate change, failure of climate change adaptation and natural disasters are the highest risks for the global economy. The climate change doctrine continues to be preached by the WEF and their fear tactic is to keep pushing fear.

At least half of all disasters are water related. At the UN 2023 Water Conference in New York (22 to 24 March), WMO will show how water-related hazards like floods and droughts are increasing. Climate change and the melting of glaciers will also lead to more water stress. The lie just continues. Climate change is NOT causing glaciers to melt, and the “facts” prove them wrong every time. Better water monitoring and management are essential, and this is why WMO is working on a Global Water Information System to promote free exchange of hydrological data.

Greenhouse Gas Monitoring

Climate change is the defining challenge of our time. This may be the grossest statement in this article! This is what the globalists want you to believe, but we all know that this is far from the truth. How we respond to that challenge will determine the future of our planet and of our children and grandchildren. This will be highlighted in the Synthesis Report of the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

The global average temperature is more than 1.1°C higher than it was when IMO was founded 150 years ago. Another apparent example of their constant misinformation. NOT based on any real scientific fact. But then again, because they said it, they expect you to just believe it. Our weather is more extreme, our ocean is warmer and more acidic, sea levels have risen and glaciers and ice are melting. The rate of change is accelerating. ALL TOTAL MISINFORMATION AND FEAR MONGERING AGAIN. Although the ocean is becoming more acidic, but it’s because of the aerosol spray and toxic chemicals they continually dump over the Earth from jet aircraft.

International Meteorological Congress, held in Rome in 1879

Atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases remain at record levels. Another example of misinformation… it’s not true, but in order for them to perpetrate their agenda on this world, they have to continue this lie. And yet there is currently no comprehensive, timely international exchange of surface and space-based greenhouse gas observations.

To fill the void, WMO is seeking to develop a sustained and coordinated Global Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Infrastructure. The initiative would expand and consolidate the long-standing WMO activities in greenhouse gas monitoring under the auspices of the Global Atmosphere Watch and the Integrated Global Greenhouse Gas Information System. NOTICE “GLOBAL” HERE. Twice. This can only happen when the UN, the WHO and the WEF control everything on earth.

But there are still uncertainties, especially regarding the role in the carbon cycle of the ocean, the land biosphere and the permafrost areas. We therefore need to undertake greenhouse gas monitoring within an integrated Earth system framework in order to be able to account for natural carbon sources and sinks, both as they currently operate and as they will change as a result of a changing climate. This will provide vital information and support for implementation of the Paris Agreement.

WMO would coordinate efforts within a collaborative international framework to leverage all existing greenhouse gas monitoring capabilities—space- and surface-based observing systems, all relevant modelling and data assimilation capabilities—in an integrated, operational framework, according to the resolution.

Many of the existing international and national activities dealing with greenhouse gases are supported mainly by the research community. At present, there is no comprehensive, timely international exchange of surface and space-based greenhouse gas observations or modeling products. In other words, we need a one world government, a new world order to be able to put this plan in effect.

The concept for the new approach is based on the highly successful World Weather Watch, which was ushered in at the start of the satellite era.

Satellites and super computers have revolutionized weather forecasting. The future is exciting—we are looking to promote kilometre-scale climate modelling to better simulate cloud physics, future flooding and drought risks and, for instance, the speed of Antarctic glacier melting. There is a need for a consortium of countries with high-performance computer resources to meet such forecasting standards in the near future. Notice the word, simulate, cloud physics, simulate, future flooding in drought risks. The Antarctic glacier is NOT melting.

Our weather, climate and water cycle will be different in future than in the past. Weather, climate and hydrological services will help us tackle the associated challenges and seize the opportunities. Our weather, climate and water cycle will be different in future than in the past. You can say that again because our weather and our climate has been changing ever since they’ve been spraying us with geo-engineering, aerosol spray and toxins.

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