UNUSUAL WEATHER PATTERNS PERPLEXING
July 23, 2011
In researching the unusual weather we’ve been hearing about, I’m finding a pattern of government intervention is the cause of many of our problems and well may have begun with HAARP. In the book Angels Don’t Play This HAARP (High frequency Active Auroral Research Program) has 230 fact-filled pages with 400 footnotes written by a leading opponent of this system, Dr. Nick Begich who sounded an alarm how HAARP, initiated in 1992, may be subjecting the ionosphere to a form of scientific madness! The July 2011 Newswatch Newsletter said HAARP is a weather-modification program run by the military. It uses Nikola Tesla’s patents from around the 1900s to divert the jet stream so that one section of the country can be flooded while another has severe drought.
Those not familiar with HAARP may wonder if this book would be displayed in the UFO sightings and alien abductions in the library. I have a cartoon showing animals that were on Noah’s Ark being elevated into the air to some space ship. The caption underneath says, “It’s just been one disaster after another this year…”
“At a remote facility ringed with barbed wire, a brand-new array of 36 antennas rises from the black spruce forest that stretches hundreds of miles across central Alaska,” says Mark Farmer in a 1995 Popular Science magazine article, “Mystery in Alaska.” This little-known Pentagon-sponsored radio-physics project is officially intended to expand knowledge about the nature of long-range radio communications and surveillance using the fluctuating ionosphere, the portion of the upper atmosphere extending from 35 to 500 miles above Earth’s surface but Farmer says that’s just the publicly announced part of the program. HAARP also has a secret agenda: pursuing more exotic military goals, such as locating deeply buried weapons factories thousands of miles away – and even altering the local weather above an enemy’s territory.
HAARP is jointly operated by the U.S. Air Force and Navy and in addition to what is stated above, some claim it has the ability to physically and mentally disable populations. Local protest groups accuse the military of mucking around with the environment and maintain that it is a dangerous attempt to control both the weather and the minds of U.S. citizens. I don’t claim to understand how it works but is it possible HAARP may be the cause of more angrier people today than ever before since the discovery of all this new technology? We used to be such a civil society but no more! Never before in my lifetime at least have we seen mass shootings in public places that seems to be an ever-increasing occurrence with the shooter having no remembrance of the event. And then there is the anger exhibited towards Casey Anthony. We still don’t know how little Caylee died but I wonder how many of those women angry with Casey have had abortions?
As a side note, on 7/17/2011, the day Casey got out of jail, in Annie Mailbox advice column, a grandma was concerned about how her 4-year old granddaughter was being given medication by the parents to “help her enter REM sleep” at night and the dosage was recently increased. Annie’s girls said, “Prescribing sleep medication for toddlers is, unfortunately, not uncommon these days…most pediatricians who recommend medication do so in conjunction with behavior modification techniques…” but for small children? Didn’t Casey’s dad say on the witness stand it was an accident that got out of control?
The citizenry is being indoctrinated by employment of the mass media, the public educational system and behavioral modification drugs. The old order is crumbling and nationalism should be seen as a dangerous social disease and less anyone thinks this statement is ridiculous, one only has to remember how mind control experiments by the Nazis started before WWII and intensified during the time of the Nazi concentration camps when an unlimited supply of children and adults were available for experiments. Afterwards, America brought many of those “scientists” to the U.S.
Totalitarian regimes of the past century were quick to use thought-control techniques on their subjects and to deem “mentally ill” anyone who opposed the party line. Since World War II, the left has had an unhealthy propensity to fling the term Fascism at any person or organization it doesn’t like. As a result, the term has not only lost its meaning, but its use in politics discourse has become a sign of mental deficiency on the part of those who employ it. This has created conditions in which actual Fascism can begin to grow without anyone having either the knowledge required or the courage to point it out. Orwell in his book 1984 reasoned if a government could control all media and communication meanwhile forcing citizens to speak in a politically-controlled jargon would help to blunt independent thinking. Michael Savage in his 2005 book Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder says, “During the ‘permissive sixties’ the left started to change the meaning of words…everything which was once deviant is now presented as normal.” Matt. 13:15 says this people’s hearts have become calloused and their ears are dull of hearing and their eyes they have closed…
As early as 1996 it was noted that since the start of the HAARP project, the U.S. Southwest had experienced the worst drought in history while others parts were having flash floods.
In the March 12, 1990 New American magazine had an article about Missouri’s War on Property and the battle royal that was brewing in Missouri over land and water rights. It was beginning to look a lot like an old-fashioned nineteenth-century range war. Only this time it wasn’t ranchers versus sodbusters, or cattlemen versus sheep men but more Marxist class warfare. The lines were being drawn between urban dwellers, who have never gotten dirt under their fingernails, and rural dwellers that want to preserve the land for future generations. It was landowners, farmers, ranchers, loggers, miners and sportsmen on the one hand and environmental leftist organizations and media on the other. The article says these city “environmentalists” usually have a distorted idea placed in their heads full of mush by the likes of former V.P. Al Gore of what the environment is all about, and are all too willing to impose their misguided notions on the rural population, who bear the brunt of their folly.
The population reduction crowd can reduce the numbers by using the weather as a terrorist tool, i.e. earthquakes, tsunami, tornadoes, floods, famine, etc. Some may say God controls the weather and He causes these catastrophes to get our attention but there are those “scientists” who work to replace God - cloning for example.
When we have a drought or a flood it affects the food supply and soon we’ll be having food shortages causing more anger and disruption of society. While we were captivated over the Casey Anthony murder trial and naked crotch shots of Congressman Anthony Wiener, President Obama’s Executive Order 13575 signed on June 9, 2011 took over 16% of our rural farmland. William Engdahl wrote in Financial Sense that we should get used to living without food and how our emergency reserves are being eliminated. And the United Nations is seeking to tax and control the food markets as well as punishing parents for their obese children.
In 1968, President Lyndon Baines Johnson signed the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act into law. The legislation banned or severely restricted dams on designated rivers and gave the government the power of eminent domain to acquire land and scenic easements along the river corridors. More rivers were targeted for federal takeover but Missourians had seen and experienced enough federal intervention to know they didn’t want any more.
All other attempts to annex more waterways for federal “protections,” were soundly defeated. Then, in 1988 when one term Republican President George Bush, Sr. was elected and on the twentieth anniversary of the signing of the Wild and Scene Rivers Act, the federal government announced that it was studying as many as 400 more rivers, some in Missouri, for inclusion in the federal system.
So let’s leap forward to February 18, 2011 when experts for USA TODAY warned of major flooding and no chance to “dry out” that could run from mid-March well into April. Even in the Pacific Northwest, the subsidized stupid wind turbines (windmills) that have been built along our beautiful, scenic Columbia River Gorge are not generating power because an unusually large snow fall melting into the rivers finds electricity being generated through the dams which also help with flood control. So the taxpayers pay again for the idea some “greenie” had for building these windmills that now remain idol while the owners of the property on which they were built will still receive their “rental” payments and they are planning to expand them in Central Oregon.
Some sixty years ago, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) began the process of taming the Missouri by constructing a series of six dams. The idea was simple: massive dams at the top moderating flow to the smaller dams below, generating electricity while providing desperately needed control of the river’s devastating floods. The stable flow of water allowed for the construction of the concrete and earthen levees that protected more than 10 million people who reside and work within the river’s reach. It allowed millions of acres of floodplain to become useful for farming and development. In fact, these uses were encouraged by our government, which took credit for the resulting economic boom. By nearly all measures, the project was a great success.
The July 2011 Newswatch newsletter also reminded us that the flooding in 2011 covered the rich farming soil of the breadbasket of the world: Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Missouri, etc. Farmers carry insurance on their crops to cover some unknown “Act of God”; therefore, they get paid and do not go bankrupt. After this great catastrophe of flooding, the Federal Government refuses to pay off the insured farmers. Why? The federal government is sending out letters to all flooded-out farmers in the Missouri River flood plain notifying them the Army Corps of Engineers will offer to buy their land (remember 1968/Johnson eminent domain above) And strangely enough, the newsletter mentions billionaire George Soros who appears to be investing in farm ground through the same puppet company he used to get into the grain elevator and fertilizer business – Ospraie Capital Management.
While one group lobbied on the outside, the “useful idiots” called environmentalists methodically gained strength throughout the sixties and seventies infiltrating the Environmental Protection Agency. President Ronald Reagan’s opposition to the “greenie” Communist agenda and his appointment of James Watt as Secretary of the Interior brought the wrath of God on Watt and his wife who wrote about their life in a pressure cooker because of her husband’s efforts to reverse environmental laws and regulations. After the harassment of James Watt, politicians eagerly traded their common sense for “green” political support. On January 24, 1990 Republican President George Bush, Sr. fervently endorsed the idea of elevating the EPA to cabinet level status.
After thirty years, we read a 5/6/2011 AP article said blasting open a levee and submerging more than 200 square miles of Missouri farmland likely has gouged away fertile topsoil, deposited mounts of debris to clear and may even hamper farming in some places for years. Missouri’s Attorney general repeatedly tried to block the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers’ plan to break the levee that ultimately resulted in millions of acres of farmland being under water in the heartland. Old timers said it was the greatest flood they’ve seen since 1937. It still wasn’t clear how much damage the intentional flooding would cause and how farmers would be compensated for losses to the land and about 100 houses scattered through the area. To make matters worse, a 7/18/2011 AP article indicated “several hundred soldiers deployed for flood-fighting efforts in the Dakotas were required to take mandatory rest breaks in the shade” due to high temperatures.
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As the cartoon noted above, “It’s just been one disaster after another…”
An article from The American Thinker dated July 14, 2011 entitled, The Purposeful Flooding of America’s Heartland” by Joe Herring reveals how the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers threw reasoning aside and succumbed to the radical environmentalist’s desire to return the rivers to a natural (pre-dam) state. Why? Earlier adherents enlisted the aid of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to habitat restoration and the Clinton administration threw support behind the change.
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