The supposed ‘Killer Heatwave’ in Britain

Written by Paul Homewood

Australia's Deadly Heatwaves Are Only Getting Worse ...

There have been several reports about a “killer heatwave” in the UK, such as this one: 

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/death-toll-in-killer-uk-heatwave-rises-to-six-as-thousands-flock-to-beaches/ar-AADC7yn?ocid=spartandhp 

We are told that six have now died. But every single one have been due to swimming accidents. Of course, people go swimming when the sun comes out, but these unfortunate deaths have no more to do with “heatwaves”, than they do with “water” 

To suggest that these people have died because of the heat is a despicable type of climate porn.

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Editors Note

Thank you Paul Homewood. After reading this I looked up the definition of journalistic fraud.

Here is an interesting definition .

“Journalistic scandals include: plagiarism, fabrication, and omission of information; activities that violate the law, or violate ethical rules; the altering or staging of an event being documented; or making substantial reporting or researching errors with the results leading to libelous or defamatory statements.

My interpretation of this statement is that some MSM journalists certainly fabricate and omit. They also make defamatory statements and write libellous articles about people like us, who dare to question the pseudo-science of climate-change. I think we might have a winnable case in a court of law.

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    John A O'Sullivan

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    Heatwaves during an English summer? Who would have thought that? I remember the hottest summer of 1976 – still the hottest on record for UK – all us kids at the time loved the sunshine, day after day. Nowadays, people are scared of weather.

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      Judy Ryan

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      I also remember sometime within the last 10-12 years seeing an ABC broadcast showing delighted Brits relaxing on the beach and diving into the waves. But far off in the distance there was smoke billowing in the sky and all the news was talking about was a fire and how climate change means more fires.

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      Judy Ryan

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      I remember another instance as well. This time inia European or Mediterainian city. It was reported that people were flocking to the fountains and pools in the city to cool off because of the extreme heat. What they didn’t report was that there was a power outage as well. We, in Australia, asked ourselves why didn’t the people turn on their air conditioning? Later we learnt of the power outage via the internet.

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    Judy Ryan

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    I also remember that summer. I was in Bavaria then the Italian Alps. We explored the countryside wearing shorts and T-shirts.

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