During 2023, the corporate media has been dominated by reports of allegedly record-breaking heatwaves, wildfires, and droughts.
According to the media, this is all the result of the so-called “climate crisis.”
In 2022, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned us it was “code red for humanity.”
This was due to supposed “global warming” caused by CO2 emissions from human activities.
In 2023, Guterres upped the ante when he introduced his latest ultra-hyped rhetoric and declared: “The era of global warming has ended; the era of global boiling has arrived.”
The UN chief made the fearmongering statement during the hot weather in the summer for maximum effect.
Around the same time, the media pushed the claims that July was the hottest on record.
This conveniently coincided with reports of “apocalyptic” wildfires in the Mediterranean (Spain, Greece, and Italy), the U.S., Hawaii, and Canada.
Of course, we are supposed to assume that wildfires didn’t exist before the Industrial Revolution and imagine that average temperatures have been recorded for millions of years, and not just the past 150 years.
For causal uniformed corporate media viewers (non-Slay News readers), it would be easy to assume Guterres and the climate catastrophists were merely quoting facts.
However, the temperature data recorded for 2023 tells a very different story than the one promoted by Guterres et all.
When viewing the record cold temperatures for 2023, it suggests the opposite of “global boiling.”
On January 14, 2023, an astonishing –62.4°C was recorded in Tongulakh, Siberia.
In addition to becoming Earth’s coldest temperature recorded in 2023, the all-time station record was broken in Tongulakh.
On February 4, 2023, the Halifax airport in Nova Scotia saw its coldest wind chills ever recorded.
The temperature plummeted to –43°C (–45.4°F).
This tops its previous record of –41°C that was set on February 13 1967 for wind chill.
Many other places across Canada also set new daily records, with temperatures lower than –40°C.
On February 19, temperatures in Shepherd Bay, Nunavut dropped to –49.6°C (–57.3°F).
On Tuesday, March 7, the United Kingdom braved its coldest night of 2023.
Temperatures plunged to below –15 Celsius in several regions.
According to UK news outlet The Independent, the British Met Office revealed that the temperature at Kinbrace in the Scottish Highlands was recorded at –15.2 Celsius, making it the coldest March in the country since 2010.
In February, the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire reported a wind-chill low of –78 Celsius (–108 Fahrenheit).
This was the coldest temperature ever recorded in the United States, despite the “climate crisis” allegedly “boiling” the planet.
Meanwhile, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Caribou, Maine, said it received reports of “frostquakes.”
“Just like earthquakes, [they] generate tremors, thundering sensations,” the NWS explains.
“These are caused by sudden cracks in frozen soil or underground water when it’s very cold.”
In Boston, where officials closed down the public school system due to the impending freeze, the low temperature hit –23°C (–10°F).
This drop shattered the day’s record set more than a century ago, the NWS said.
In Providence, Rhode Island, the mercury dropped to –23°C (–9°F), well below the previous all-time low of –19°C (–2°F), set in 1918.
The Arctic blast flowing into the U.S. from eastern Canada also brought record lows to Albany, New York; Augusta, Maine; Rochester, New York; and Worcester, Massachusetts, among other places.
In June, Sydney experienced its coldest morning on record.
The Australian city recorded a minimum temperature of 1.8°C at Olympic Park, according to Miriam Bradbury, a senior meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology.
In fact, more than 100 weather stations across Australia registered their coldest May minimum temperatures on record.
They saw regular frosts, snowfall, and below-average rainfall.
Thursday, June 1 saw potentially the lowest June temperature on record in Finland.
A weather station in Lapland, Enontekiö Kilpisjärvi Saana, reached –7.7°C.
This may not seem that cold for northern Finland, where winter temperatures reach as low as –51.5°C.
However, the last time Lapland saw a minimum temperature of –7°C in June was on June 3, 1962
Extreme cold also arrived abnormally early in Antarctica.
Temperatures dropped to below –75°C from the beginning of May.
Following the onset of polar night, winter has started at the South Pole, and with it glacial cold at the Russian research station of Vostok.
As early as May 5, a low of –75°C was recorded, while just days ago this fell further to –76.4°C.
This marks a new record for the early winter.
Daily highs are also plummeting, often just below –70°C on the Earth’s coldest continent.
A sudden and unexpected surge of cold Arctic air engulfed several regions of South America, shattering numerous cold records in its wake.
Although it is currently summer in the southern hemisphere, including parts of South America such as Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and parts of Brazil, some areas have experienced a drastic and rapid shift in weather.
Some have been going from a heat wave to frost in less than a week.
On February 18, 2023, most of the cities in Paraguay experienced a sharp drop in temperature, breaking their previous records for minimum temperatures.
The temperatures ranged between 7° and 16°C (44.6- 60.8°F) across the country.
The lowest readings were recorded in the southeast.
The lowest temperature was 7.7°C (45.9 °F), which is just 0.7°C (1.2°F) from the national record low for the month of February.
The extreme cold weather caused at least 30 cities in Argentina to break their monthly cold records on the same day.
So, despite the warnings of planetary overheating from Guterres and the green agenda alarmists, it seems that this year record cold temperatures have been recorded on every continent.
Yet, much of what mainstream media has been pushing has been stories of the supposed “record hot temperatures” and “Earth on fire” apparently caused by man-made “global warming.”
Meanwhile, there is always somewhere on Earth that has experienced its coldest-ever temperature record.
However, the global elite and their media allies don’t like to mention these record-cold temperatures as they don’t fit in with the “global boiling” narrative.
Instead, they are desperate to convince us that our planet is overheating.
In response, we need to accept massive drops in quality of life for the general public, high taxes, energy insecurity, de-industrialization, mass unemployment, and national impoverishment.
The public must surrender their freedoms in order to meet the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Net Zero” targets while the global power elites can fly around in private jets to “save the planet.”
Meanwhile, countries like China, India, and Indonesia hugely increase their national CO2 emissions as they take our industries and jobs.