HAARP Technology Steering Killer Typhoon Back Towards Philippines?
by Zen Gardner
When strange, extra destructive events like this mega typhoon double-hit in the Philippines happen, you can’t help but wonder if it isn’t weather warfare at work once again. The capability to steer storm systems, even holding them in place over intended targets such as happened with the anomalous Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Katrina, has become a safe assumption in this day and age.
And that doesn’t just mean the Amerikan facilities, although the international cabal is laced with its perfidious influence. China, Russia, the UK, Norway, Australia and others are just a few countries that house at least 17 such facilities, never mind small ground stations peppered across the world’s landscape and massive floating radar arrays such as pictured above.
If you’re skeptical about this and think it’s just a paranoid point of view (which is healthy in this manipulated world btw) then just look up weather warfare, HAARP, GWEN towers, chemtrails and a plethora of related subjects. The government and military patents, papers and documents on the subject for decades are de facto proof of such capabilities and plans.
Which they’ve obviously since implemented. Not on CNN? Surprise!
And if your default mindset is “why would they do such a thing?”, you have a lot of research and reading to do. Bringing chaos and disorder serve a very simple purpose; eventual greater centralized control. There’s a master plan afoot, and we’re just “human resources” in their blinded minds’ eye.
Here’s from today’s news, an ongoing tragedy for the people of the Philippines.
Killer typhoon turns back towards PhilippinesA family carrying food relief for victims of Typhoon Bopha walks head home to Andap village in the Compostela Valley. The typhoon that has killed hundreds of people and left tens of thousands homeless in the southern Philippines has turned back towards the country and will hit it again, forecasters say.
AFP - A typhoon that has killed hundreds of people and left tens of thousands homeless in the southern Philippines has turned back towards the country and will hit it again, forecasters said Saturday.
Typhoon Bopha will slam into the northern tip of the main island of Luzon early Sunday, packing gusts of up to 160 kilometres (around 100 miles) an hour, the state weather service said.
It was likely to bring heavy rainfall to the area, civil defence office director Benito Ramos told a news conference. “People there need to take precautions,” he added.
The eye of the cyclone was 230 kilometres west of the northern town of Sinait at 4:00pm (0800 GMT) and moving slowly northeast, the service said.
Heavy to intense rainfall was expected within the typhoon’s 400-kilometre footprint, it added.
Bopha smashed into the east coast of the southern island of Mindanao with gusts of up to 210 kilometres an hour on Tuesday. At least 548 people have been killed and about 500 others missing.
Some 212,000 other people have also been left homeless, according to the civil defense office. MORE
Another great resource is GeoEngineeringWatch.org for further information. Keep looking, the dots do connect. It’s important to gain conviction about these geoengineering programs in order to alert others.
Time is of the essence.