German national daily Süddeutsche Zeitung reported in June 2019 (above image) that Antarctic sea ice had "shrunk 1.8 million square kilometers", writing,
But many readers here, who are aware of the real data, know nothing of the sort has happened over the long term since satellite measurements began over 40 years ago.
Massive sea ice rebound goes unreported
Today, two years later, German climate science site Die kalte Sonne looks at recent sea ice developments in Antarctica - noting that the climate-ambulance chasing mainstream media like the Süddeutsche Zeitung have since mysteriously stopped reporting on Antarctica.
Sea ice at the South Pole has rebounded over the past two years to levels seen 30 years ago.
In June 2021, Antarctic sea ice was even well above normal.
The doomsday scenario has disappeared, and not the ice. The Antarctic sea ice rebound shows that there's still a lot about natural drivers that remain unknown, says Die kalte Sonne.
Classic disinformation technique
Not informing the public about the most recent developments, but instead leaving them with a false impression based on carefully cherry-picked data two years earlier, is a classic disinformation technique that has long been perfected by the activist media.