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Vladimir Putin Will Be Removed From Power In May 2023

Klaus Schwab´s Climate Change War

Vladimir Putin Will Be Removed From Power In May 2023

NEW YORK ( — We’ve got breaking news: Meet the funny German “Eat zhe bugs and you will be happy”, charming Klaus Schwab. No one has grabbed Klaus Schwab harder than the Rich TVX News Network, because of this, there have been countless attempts to buy the Rich TVX News Network, but we found the offered figure of $10 million insulting. What worries the WEF cult? Well, there is a central pillar of Klaus Schwab´s World Economic Forum agenda that was put in place to specifically foist The Great Reset upon the world, it is the utterly transparent Klaus Schwab´s Climate Change hoax. Klaus Schwab is behind the Climate Change juggernaut, and it is important to know that the campaign, which has been promoting Climate Change for many years, is by far the costliest campaign in history, as hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent so far. The decision was made by the cult to alter the weather patterns so profoundly and pervasively that the world would take notice. The cult shifted climatological trends so as to manufacture droughts and deluges, wildfires and mudslides, among other calamitous weather events. The cult understood that we have entered a period of natural and very gradual global warming. Therefore, the synthetic component of Global Warming was fabricated on top of a very real phase of planetary heating. The next part of the plan was to fabricate the patently false narrative known as the human activity CO2-driven climate change scam. Now you know that Klaus Schwab is on a very serious mission but here is another tragic case. They say Vladimir Putin met the Devil in Saint Petersburg in November 1992 and sold his soul to be a big leader.

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Power Ruined Some People

Indeed, one dark day, Vladimir Putin met Klaus Schwab aka the Devil and struck a deal. In exchange for his soul, Klaus Schwab granted him fame, wealth, power and the chance to dominate Russia. It was the year best suited for starting new strange projects. And the World Economic Forum, the money, was only the start. He hoped. “That’s my Wowa.” The Devil winked. “Good boy.” Three decades ago Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum created a new bogeyman that the world would be very afraid of. That bogeyman, of course, is Vladimir Putin. You don’t seriously believe that the war in Ukraine is being waged because of the official mainstream narrative? Do you? Or why do you think Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro lost the election to leftist rival Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva? Here’s why: Jair Bolsonaro was in Davos in 2019, where he was presented with a contract to sign, but he rejected the contract and even laughed at Klaus Schwab. He called Klaus Schwab and his WEF people crazy nuts. Klaus Schwab never forgave him for that. That contract was about Climate Change. Jair Bolsonaro was removed through voter fraud. Who else refused to sign this contract? It was none other than Vladimir Putin. Power ruined some people, but Klaus Schwab had a hunch that the Reptile could be tempered by its touch. Vladimir Putin might become what Klaus Schwab thought of as the perfect Russian dictator: someone who had absolute power in Russia. Who would focus his strength on making the World Economic Forum stronger. The kind of people Klaus Schwab needed in the Kremlin, and Putin dared to reject the contract? Well, with that information, it’s easy for you now to understand the current “Russo-Ukrainian War”. This is Klaus Schwab’s Climate Change war and preparations to remove Vladimir Putin from power are in full swing. The deadline is April 2023, May 2023 at the latest. As we have already reported, Vladimir Putin has been systematically poisoned by those around him for years. So don’t be surprised if you hear very soon that Vladimir Putin has major health issues and plans to step down. The name of the successor is already known to US Intelligence.

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Mainstream Narrative Climate Change

In common usage, climate change describes global warming—the ongoing increase in global average temperature—and its effects on Earth’s climate system. Climate change in a broader sense also includes previous long-term changes to Earth’s climate. The current rise in global average temperature is more rapid than previous changes, and is primarily caused by humans burning fossil fuels.[2][3] Fossil fuel use, deforestation, and some agricultural and industrial practices increase greenhouse gases, notably carbon dioxide and methane.[4] Greenhouse gases absorb some of the heat that the Earth radiates after it warms from sunlight. Larger amounts of these gases trap more heat in Earth’s lower atmosphere, causing global warming.

Due to climate change, deserts are expanding, while heat waves and wildfires are becoming more common.[5] Increased warming in the Arctic has contributed to melting permafrost, glacial retreat and sea ice loss.[6] Higher temperatures are also causing more intense storms, droughts, and other weather extremes.[7] Rapid environmental change in mountains, coral reefs, and the Arctic is forcing many species to relocate or become extinct.[8] Even if efforts to minimise future warming are successful, some effects will continue for centuries. These include ocean heating, ocean acidification and sea level rise.[9]

Climate change threatens people with food and water scarcity, increased flooding, extreme heat, more disease, and economic loss. Human migration and conflict can also be a result.[10] The World Health Organization (WHO) calls climate change the greatest threat to global health in the 21st century.[11] Communities may adapt to climate change through efforts like coastline protection or expanding access to air conditioning, but some impacts are unavoidable. Poorer countries are responsible for a small share of global emissions, yet they have the least ability to adapt and are most vulnerable to climate change.

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Many climate change impacts are already felt at the current 1.2 °C (2.2 °F) level of warming. Additional warming will increase these impacts and may trigger tipping points, such as the melting of the Greenland ice sheet.[12] Under the 2015 Paris Agreement, nations collectively agreed to keep warming “well under 2 °C”. However, with pledges made under the Agreement, global warming would still reach about 2.7 °C (4.9 °F) by the end of the century.[13] Limiting warming to 1.5 °C will require halving emissions by 2030 and achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.[14]

Reducing emissions requires generating electricity from low-carbon sources rather than burning fossil fuels. This change includes phasing out coal and natural gas fired power plants, vastly increasing use of wind, solar, and other types of renewable energy, and reducing energy use. Electricity generated from non-carbon-emitting sources will need to replace fossil fuels for powering transportation, heating buildings, and operating industrial facilities.[16][17] Carbon can also be removed from the atmosphere, for instance by increasing forest cover and by farming with methods that capture carbon in soil.[18]

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