I'm a former CIA officer.

I've looked the devil square in the eye.

However, of all my previous activities, nothing is more important than this.

It's a matter of life and death.

Not just for you and your family, but our country.

Because America is under attack.

And Orwell's prophecy of an enslaved nation – a nation under the totalitarian control of "the party" – is dangerously close to coming true

Every freedom you hold dear is threatened.

And unless you heed this warning, I fear there's no stopping it.

Because these forces of evil that seek to enslave us are gaining power.

It may seem hard to believe, but it's true.

In this short letter I prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt.

So read it now.

Because it not only exposes exactly what's going on...

But it reveals how you fight back with a few simple, non-violent actions.

Actions that could save you, your loved ones, and our country from impending doom.

You must hurry though, time running out.

I fear this letter could be removed at any moment due to its explosive contents.

Read it while you can.

Stay safe,

Jason Hanson

tory and climate change Starting on 22 July 2021, Maharashtra saw heavy rainfall in many of its western districts. On 23 July 2021, NDTV reported that Maharashtra saw the highest rainfall in the month of July in 40 years. Climate change could have played an important role in causing large-scale floods across Maharashtra. The observed data shows a three-fold rise in widespread extreme rainfall events across India, including those regions where the floods occurred. The local meteorological conditions showed the presence of a low pressure system in the Bay of Bengal, anchoring the monsoon westerlies blowing from the Arabian Sea. These westerlies brought in an anomalous amount of moisture from the warm Arabian Sea, releasing them as heavy-to-extreme rains across Maharashtra over a week's time. In April 2021, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research reported about climate change heavily impacting the monsoon seasons in India. Impact and rescue operations Water being released from Koyna Dam Road destroyed in floods near Satara Food and other essential items being distributed by voluntary organization to affected people. The most affected regions are the districts of Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Satara, Sangli and Kolhapur. Due to heavy rains, more than 1,020 villages are affected in these districts. Over 375,000 people have been evacuated, of whom around 206,000 are from Sangli district and around 150,000 from Kolhapur district. There have been more than 28,700 poultry deaths and around 300 other animal deaths in Kolhapur, Sangli, Satara and Sindhudurg distr