Tuesday, June 3
Western Bankers Threatened Japan with HAARP Eco-Destruction a Year Before China Quakes
Constructed by the US Navy and Army in Alaska's bush country during the early 80s, the Pentagon's widely acknowledged high-tech "sky zapper" also can rattle the earth's substructure. But while the Defense Department acknowledges the program's existence, officials are keeping the "pandora's box" that is HAARP--High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program--classified.
Nonetheless, some remarkably eerie circumstantial evidence compiled below from diverse, reputable sources suggest politically flaccid Democrat congressional leaders should investigate if the Bush White House and Pentagon has perpetrated humankind's deadliest terrorist attack last month on China.
In 1996, a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation telecast reported the US Defense Department was then in the initial stages of developing "geophysical warfare"; YouTube.com now hosts the broadcast in two parts, excerpted below.
Part 1, 7:13 minutes
Part 2, 7:13 minutes
Though I cannot expertly assess the geo-political entanglements outlined in the next clip by Jeff Steinberg, an media analyst for the political action committee representing perennial presidential candidate (and staunch Bush opponent) Lyndon LaRouche, the 10-minute excerpt of his 7 April 2008 podcast alleges escalating hostilities among the Asian Union (Russia, India but principally China), the European Union and the U.S. North American Union juggernaut. Though he does not mentions eco- or weather weapons, Steinberg claims "World War III" is imminent.
Those observations are followed by experts observations about HAARP's likely expanded military applications: weather modification and, yes, earthquakes. Around the 6-minute mark, listen closely to "radio tomographer" Brooks Agnew cite his remarkable success during the early 80s in using directed 30-watt radio energy to find twenty-six untapped oil fields beneath the earth's surface; he then effectively illustrates the impact of HAARP's one billion-watts if it were directed into the earth's substructure instead of the ionosphere.