Arnd Bernaerts


December 21st , 2006

A letter to the end of the year 2006



Let’s be happy that we have such a good ‘global climate’, although with each day passing the frightening signals on “climate change” given by numerous scientists are scaring the public more and more.  But 67 years ago, at the end of the year 1939, the weather in Northern Europe started to run amok and produced a “story” which cannot be more horrible. So do not continue to read, when you do not wish your Christmas Eve imaginations affected.  The following narration is either a horrible lie by a trusted reporter, or the parties at war used prohibited gas, or the weather ran amok due to naval warfare in the North Sea and Baltic Sea. The background is II. World War, which commenced four month earlier and had reached Finland in December 1939 after the Soviet Union had ambushed this tiny nation a couple of weeks earlier on 30th November.

The New York Times (extract from NYT,  25th of December 1939) published their reporter’s observation in the North of Finland on 24th December 1939:


“The cold numbs the brain in this Arctic hell, snow sweeps over the darkened wastes, the winds howl and the temperature is 30 degrees below zero Fahrenheit (minus 34.4°C). Here the

Russians and Finns are battling in blinding snowstorms for possession of ice covered forests. I reached the spot just after the battle ended. It was the most horrible sight I had ever seen. As if the men had been suddenly turned to wax, there were two or three thousand Russians and a few Finns, all frozen in fighting attitudes. Some were locked together, their bayonets within each other’s bodies; some were frozen in half-standing positions; some were crouching with their arms crooked, holding the hand grenades they were throwing; some were lying with their rifles shouldered, their legs apart…Their fear was registered on the frozen faces. Their bodies were like statues of men throwing all their muscles and strength into some work, but their faces recorded something between bewilderment and horror.”


What is frightening as much as this horrible story is the observation that climate science is scaring the public with ‘climate change’ but shows no interest to explain such event in the first place. Since 1st September 1939 the world had gone into a huge “climate change’ field experiment – as this website explains in detail -,  brining the coldest winters for three year to Europe for over one hundred years, and cooling the world down for four decades, without science giving the public any explanation. Not convinced? That will change if you have read the websites concerning Naval War Changes Climate, or  the corresponding books.

Let’s hope that we get in-depth explanation by the climate science soon.


Arnd Bernaerts