… and 74 years later unprecedented “natural” disasters in places like Puerto Rico are playing right into President Trump’s hands. Of course Trump doesn’t call the shots completely, but his outright denial of human-caused climate change obscures the Deep State’s disturbingly dangerous weaponization of global weather.
When Tesla died, his scientific papers and instruments were confiscated by the United States government. Among these confiscated papers may have been the initial New Manhattan Project (NMP) plans. The timing is right. As noted above, Tesla died in 1943, then just three years later, Bernard Vonnegut (who later went on to conduct early NMP field experiments) and two other General Electric (GE) scientists were simultaneously kicking-off the scientific era of weather control and the New Manhattan Project. The three years plus between Tesla’s death and GE’s famous exploits would be plenty of time to review Tesla’s material and make plans for the future. The MIT Rad Lab was already well at work on related technologies.
Most curiously though, the scientific expert charged with reviewing Nikola Tesla’s posthumously confiscated papers was a Radiation Lab Steering Committee member and Assistant Director by the name of John G. Trump (1907-1985). For our military, John G. Trump translated the Tesla papers from Scientist to English. Our military, in turn, decided which of Tesla’s ideas were of military value and thus worthy of further exploration. John G. Trump went on to serve as the head of the British Branch of the MIT Radiation Laboratory. If you are wondering… yes, John G. Trump was the uncle of the new United States President Donald J. Trump. In fact, The Donald’s middle name of ‘John’ was given to him in honor of his uncle.
Wow. It seems that truth is stranger than fiction. Here is a brief synopsis of Kirby’s book Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project:
Raytheon, the MITRE Corporation, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Department of Energy, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and countless others consisting of just about every famous scientific institution in the Western world are hereby implicated in the development and execution of the largest scientific effort in Human history. Probably over a trillion dollars has been spent. Hundreds of applicable patents have been filed. Thousands of papers have been published. It’s called the New Manhattan Project and just like the original Manhattan Project, you’re not supposed to know about it. We all paid for it, but we also paid for a gigantic disinformation campaign designed to keep us as mushrooms; in the dark and covered in manure. Please read “Chemtrails Exposed” and learn about where the New Manhattan Project comes from, who put it together and who is doing it today. No other single book gives you the detailed history and current state of this Project like “Chemtrails Exposed.” “Chemtrails Exposed” is light on the science and heavy on the information enquiring minds want to know; the who, what, when, where, why, and how. It’s heavy on presenting well-organized information from the best sources in an easy to read and understand fashion. It’s not Earth’s climatological temperature fluctuations which threaten Man’s existence here on this planet. Man’s existence is threatened by mad scientists and corrupt governments conducting reckless experiments while claiming that the guinea pigs are to blame. This book serves as a preliminary investigation into violations which should result in the largest class-action lawsuit in history. I suggest that you read and understand just exactly what it is that they have been up to. The arrogance of the establishment is killing us and our planet. The information detailed here can help stop it and remediate it.
Now, in the fall of 2017 we are seeing unprecedented “natural” disasters affecting the Caribbean, the Southeastern US, and even more severe disasters going largely unreported in other places. As the US media focused on hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia, and Maria, more than 41 million people across South Asia battled floods and displacement. Bloomberg recently reported that South Asia may suffer $215 billion annually due to flooding by 2030. Of course Bloomberg’s reporting blames climate change but never acknowledges the existence of weapons capable of causing — and preventing — such destruction. The same is true of all mainstream media outlets which do not deny the existence of climate change entirely.
And now mainstream media reports that Puerto Rico just suffered the most powerful hurricane in more than 80 years, causing upwards of $30 billion in damages to the island nation already saddled with $74 billion of unpayable debts to the US Govt, the Federal Reserve, and other mainland creditors. Puerto Rico — a US colonial territory — is unable to accept aid from other foreign entities.
We are told the island’s power may be out for months because the territorial Electric Power Authority owes $8.3 billion of the island’s $74 billion debt and cannot afford to repair or replace infrastructure that was already in bad shape before the double whammy of disasters presented by hurricane’s Irma and Maria. Of course, a modern economy based largely on tourism will be utterly decimated if the lights go out for extended periods of time, exacerbating Puerto Rico’s already severe financial and economic crisis.
Puerto Rico has already experienced a mass exodus of it’s population with approximately 400k people leaving the island since 2009. What will become of the 3.4 million mostly poor people who still call Puerto Rico home?
Another obvious question that seems to elude the mainstream entirely is, “why aren’t proven weather modification technologies being used to weaken these storms and steer them away from vulnerable, heavily populated areas?” Countless mainstream articles explore geoengineering as a potential solution to climate change but none acknowledge that it is already deployed for less noble reasons.
Given the reality of modern weather weapons we free thinkers can’t help but wonder why Puerto Rico may have been targeted by the globalist Deep State’s military/industrial/financial complex. Just yesterday a good friend asked me, “Why are TPTB hellbent on destroying a place like Puerto Rico?”
A few thoughts come to mind.
Disaster Capitalism: The term Disaster Capitalism was coined by Naomi Klein in her excellent 2007 book The Shock Doctrine to describe the longtime practice of “shocking” financial, political, and social systems so some people can profit from disasters while consolidating power through restructuring. Wars are the most blatantly obvious example of this practice, and weather wars are no exception.
The New York Times reported yesterday:
Complicating Puerto Rico’s recovery is the island’s devastated economy. The island has been mired in a deep recession for more than a decade and carries $74 billion in debt. With no way of repaying it, Puerto Rico declared a form of bankruptcy in May, the first time in history that an American state or territory had taken the extraordinary measure. The island’s finances are also being overseen by a federal control board.
If there is anything promising it is that, as a United States territory, Puerto Rico can receive money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. That money is expected to provide the bulk of what Puerto Rico needs to rebuild critical infrastructure, which had been neglected and crumbling well before the hurricane, as well as houses and buildings.
The hope now is that, as a result of disaster aid, Puerto Rico can modernize its electrical grid, roads and bridges. It is a goal the federal government shares.
“At least 75 percent of the recovery money is going to come from FEMA,” said David Merrick, the director of the Emergency Management and Homeland Security program at Florida State University. “It becomes ‘how do I build back in a way that’s better.’ This is the time, unfortunately, to make those changes and not just blind duct-tape everything back together the way it was.”
So as Trump tweets that the US will help rebuild Puerto Rico “with gusto” we have to wonder who will benefit most from all that money being loaned in existence with the stated purpose of rebuilding Puerto Rico. What percentage of that money will directly benefit the Puerto Rican people instead of merely servicing the territorial debt and lining the pockets of politicians and contractors tasked with reconstruction?
Consolidating Political Power: Currently Puerto Rico is an unincorporated US territory but that status is controversial and could change soon. Like colonial subjects throughout history, many Puerto Ricans understandably want independence. Of course this is difficult to attain when deeply indebted to the occupying empire builders.
There are two major political parties in Puerto Rico. One party, the Popular Democratic Part (PPD) calls for maintaining the current territorial status or full independence from the United States. The other major party, the New Progressive Party (PNP) seeks to make Puerto Rico the 51st US State. The current Governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Russello, is President of the PNP and has been a vocal supporter of the path to US statehood.
The New York Times recently reported:
Puerto Rico effectively sought bankruptcy protection in May, burdened with about $123 billion in bond debt and unfunded pension obligations. Its case is being handled in federal court under a special new law, called Promesa, because the existing bankruptcy law excludes Puerto Rico.
Under Promesa, Puerto Rico’s finances must be supervised by a federal board until its house is back in order, a process that is expected to take years. Relations between the board and the elected government of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló were contentious even before Hurricane Irma, with the governor first agreeing to a five-year austerity plan, then reversing course and threatening to go to prison rather than accepting the entire package.
In particular, the governor has refused to furlough government workers, and to reduce the pensions of retired government employees by an average 10 percent. The fiscal oversight board has sued the governor, asking the court to order him to carry out the entire austerity plan. The furloughs were supposed to have begun on Sept. 1.
Despite the legal dispute, the board’s executive director, Natalie Jaresko, said in a statement Wednesday that the board was “working closely with Governor Rosselló to coordinate support for Puerto Rico in the aftermath of the storm.”
“We have also reached out to the federal government to activate Title V of Promesa, which allows the board to work with agencies to accelerate the deployment of grants and loans following a disaster,” she said.
So, Puerto Rico is already deeply in debt to the US and Maria recovery guarantees it will stay that way. It sounds like Governor Rossello had a hard time stomaching imposed austerity measures, but now it seems he has to stand on and is eager for help from the Big Daddy Trump’s Fatherland:
Pushing the Climate Change Agenda: Despite having a President who adamantly denies the existence of climate change, US establishment institutions ranging from the military to mainstream media repetitively proclaim climate change one of the greatest threats to people, planet, and the political order. These proclamations purportedly predict the future decades out and some even propose global weather modification programs to prevent disastrous outcomes. Never is the possibility of an ongoing weather war pondered even though the development of these technologies has been documented for decades.
In this era of disaster capitalism, those who know when and how the climate will change — because they are in fact changing it — provide themselves an unprecedented opportunity to grab power and profit off the suffering of people and planet.
Within the Heglian Dialectic of problem-reaction-solution policies, those who create the problem (in this case, unpredictable weather and unprecedented disasters)…
…promote a predictable reaction (uncertainty, terror, impoverishment, dependency, and guilt/shame for burning fossil fuels)…
…and propose/implement a pre-planned solution (Carbon taxes, global governance, and geoengineering) that serves to empower themselves.
Soooo… the next time you hear someone fretting about climate change please refer them to this article or something similar exposing the reality of the ongoing weather war.
Disturbing Agendas Including Depopulation: For decades we have been taught that there are too many humans and that the solution to many of the problems we face is less people. Metaanalysis of the current economic systems, food systems, and healthcare systemes provide strong evidence supporting the belief that we are all subject a global depopulation agenda, but that topic is too big to delve deeply into here.
One disturbing development in the wake of the recent spate of hurricanes affecting the US and Caribbean is the openly admitted aerial spray programs of NALED and other toxic pesticides banned by most of the world. Mint Press News recently reported:
U.S. Air Force Is Spraying 6 Million Acres With Chemicals in Response to Harvey
By Whitney Webb
Amid statewide efforts to clean up the aftermath left by the historic flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey, the Pentagon announced last week that it had dispatched C-130H Sprayers from the Air Force Reserve’s 910th Airlift Wing in order to “assist with recovery efforts in eastern Texas.” However, these “recovery efforts” have little to do with rebuilding damaged structures or with the resettlement of evacuees. Instead, they are set to spray chemicals in order to help “control pest insect populations,” which they allege pose a “health risk to rescue workers and residents of Houston.”
The Pentagon has requested that the planes treat more than 6 million acres throughout the Houston area. The Air Force noted that the current effort is “expected to significantly surpass previous [spraying] missions in scope,” specifically the spraying campaigns that followed Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Naled’s Toxicity Not Confined to Mosquitoes
While the Pentagon has framed its efforts to “assist” as seeking to eliminate a potential human health risk, the particular chemical it is using to control insect populations is likely to do more harm than good. According to the Air Force, the mosquito control protocol involves spraying the “Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved and regulated material, Naled,” which the Air Force insists will not be used in amounts large enough to “cause any concern for human health.”
Naled is a known neurotoxin in animals and humans, as it inhibits acetylcholinesterase—an enzyme essential to nerve function and communication—and has even been known to have caused paralysis. Mounting scientific evidence, including a recent Harvard study, has also pointed to Naled’s responsibility for the mass die-off of North American bees. Just one day of Naled spraying in South Carolina killed more than 2.5 million bees last year.
Yet, the most concerning consequence Naled poses for human health is the chemical’s ability to cross the placental barrier—meaning that Naled freely crosses from mother to fetus. A study conducted at the University of Oslo found that Naled’s breakdown product, dichlorvos, caused a 15 percent decrease in the brain size of newborn guinea pigs when their mothers were exposed to Naled for only three days during pregnancy. Doctors from Puerto Rico have also claimed that Naled harms fetuses.
Studies in the U.S. have also shown that pregnant women exposed to Naled had a 60 percent higher chance of having a child with an autism-spectrum disorder.
This is especially troubling given that the manufacturer of Naled, Sumimoto Chemical Corp., is also the manufacturer of the mosquito larvicide SumiLarv, a chemical now believed to have been the real culprit behind the spike in birth defects in Brazil originally attributed to the Zika virus.
At the height of the Zika scare, a group of Argentine doctors, Médicos de Pueblos Fumigados, published a report citing a pesticide used to kill mosquito larva as the real cause of the birth defects. According to the report, the area where most of the affected Brazilian families live, Pernambuco, had its drinking water treated for 18 months with a chemical larvicide that produces fatal birth defects in mosquitoes.
Pernambuco subsequently reported more than 4,000 cases of microcephaly in 2015. In contrast, in Colombia, public health officials diagnosed more than 17,000 pregnant women with Zika last year, yet only 18 cases of Zika-associated microcephaly were reported—less than 0.2 percent of the total.
In addition, the Air Force’s characterization of Naled as an “EPA approved and regulated material” omits the important fact that the EPA is currently re-evaluating the chemical for safety. According to the EPA’s website, “the EPA expects to issue new human health and ecological risk assessments for Naled before the end of 2017.” Scientists and concerned citizens have noted that Naled will likely be banned as the EPA found it to harm 22 out of 28 endangered species exposed to it.
Agrochem Corp Pressures to Keep Naled on the Market
However, political pressure could keep it on the market. Such pressure was manifest in last year’s “Zika Vector Control Act,” which passed the House but failed in the Senate and narrowly missed becoming law. If it had been passed, the act would have exempted mosquito-control operations from environmental regulations and would have kept Naled on the market regardless of the EPA’s decision. It also would have ended monitoring of and limits to pesticide use.
Though the act ultimately failed to become law, there will likely be another effort at preventing the chemical from being banned by the EPA. It is currently “one of the most widely used pesticides in the United States for aerial mosquito control” and has been applied to “about 16 million acres per year in the continental United States.”
Given its wide use, the chemical’s manufacturer and its strategic partner Monsanto will likely want to keep such a profitable product on the market, lest they face a mass drop in sales and revenue.
In reality, the problem isn’t too many people but rather the culture of irresponsible capitalism and consumerism we have been born into and forced to conform to.
In the case of Puerto Rico, recent US Military attempts to spray NALED were shut down by widespread protests. In August of 2016 NPR reported:
Gutierrez says the government is Washington wants to “spray us.” That phrase — “spray us” — is repeated a lot in Puerto Rico by opponents to the aerial spraying plan. Residents’ response to Zika and their resistance to aerial spraying should be seen within a political context, he says, in which many Puerto Ricans distrust the U.S. government.
“We are an invaded country,” Gutierrez says. “We’ve been a colony of the U.S. for 118 years, and there’s been a lot of experimentation done on us. And so people have had enough of that.”
The pesticide that was going to be sprayed — Naled — is an organophosphate that has been used in Puerto Rico in the past during dengue outbreaks. Also, Naled is currently being sprayed in Miami-Dade County, Fla., to try to address the spread of Zika there. Rivera Gutierrez points out correctly, however, that Naled is no longer approved for use in the European Union. And, he says, in the case of Zika, the proposal to spray the insecticide in Puerto Rico was an overreaction.
“We don’t understand it, except for what might be some economic interest in getting rid of that product,” Rivera Gutierrez says.
Now it seems the Puerto Ricans will be subject to pressures for spraying again. Perhaps Maria was steered that way for the sake of poisoning the people of Puerto Rico.
The notion of the government spraying poisons out of airplanes is widely accepted though underreported by the mainstream. Even the History Channel recently covered the “Rainbow” of chemical weapons deployed covertly during the Vietnam War:
While Agent Orange may be the most well-known chemical used during the Vietnam War, it wasn’t the only one. An entire rainbow of new chemical formulations rained down on Vietnam’s forests and fields. The Rainbow Herbicides, as they were known, were only used as weapons in the war for a little over a decade, but their consequences can still be felt today.
The chemicals were deployed as part of Operation Ranch Hand, a military operation that lasted from 1962 to 1971. Ranch Hand’s unofficial motto—“only you can prevent a forest”—riffed off of Smokey Bear’s plea for people to prevent forest fires. The wry sarcasm of the phrase sums up the irony of the mission. Controversial then and now, it’s still not clear whether Operation Ranch Hand, a form of chemical warfare, was even permitted under international law.
Herbicidal warfare had been a military dream since the 1940s, when Allied researchers began to brainstorm ways to use chemicals to scorch the earth. However, early plans to use chemicals to, for example, starve the Japanese by ruining their rice crops, faltered.
Ironically, the same media outlets that acknowledge the history of our government spraying poisons out of airplanes routinely ignore or ridicule the notion of weather modification chemicals being similarly deployed despite the well-documented history of military and corporate weather modification programs dating back to the time when Donald Trump’s uncle translated Nikola Tesla’s stolen papers.
Fore more info on that topic, check out WeatherModificationHistory.com.