Fitting night for this …

This Hallowe’en, I’m going to finally lose it – or at least that’s how it’s going to seem.   There are things which are plain not right.

1.  Some days ago, I ran the tsunami warning which got into the NZ press and of course, it was then dropped.

2.  Yesterday I ran the HAARP readings and the subsequent hurricane.  It elicited a trolling:

There are enough problems in the world, enough bent politicians and enough genuine oppression without allowing ourselves to be distracted by rubbish nonsense like HAARP,’chemtrails’, bilderbergers, lizardary or anything else from the grassy knoll of conspiracy theorists.

I think you can gather the state of his mind by his all-in-one debunk-em.   When I showed him that HAARP did, in fact, exist:

The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).[1]

Built by BAE Advanced Technologies (BAEAT), its purpose is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance.[2] The HAARP program operates a major sub-arctic facility, named the HAARP Research Station, on an Air Force–owned site near Gakona, Alaska.

The most prominent instrument at the HAARP Station is the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI), a high-power radio frequency transmitter facility operating in the high frequency (HF) band. The IRI is used to temporarily excite a limited area of the ionosphere. Other instruments, such as a VHF and a UHF radar, a fluxgate magnetometer, a digisonde, and an induction magnetometer, are used to study the physical processes that occur in the excited region.

Work on the HAARP Station began in 1993. The current working IRI was completed in 2007, and its prime contractor was BAE Systems Advanced Technologies.[1] As of 2008, HAARP had incurred around $250 million in tax-funded construction and operating costs.

… and has zero to do with lizards, did he withdraw?   Not a bit of it.

3.  Churchmouse, a levelheaded churchman, today ran this:

The timing of the weird weather patterns on both coasts of America right now might well be a providential message. Not only did Hurricane Sandy devastate parts of the East Coast, but on Sunday, October 28, tsunami warnings (subsequently lifted) were issued for both Alaska and Hawaii after an earthquake of 7.7 on the Richter scale occurred off the coast of British Columbia in Canada.

Meanwhile, an angry Democrat advisor, Pat Caddell, made his disgust clear on Benghazigate and also blamed the media (video available at Right Scoop’s link above):

In a clearly emotional moment, Pat Caddell says he feels outrage and shame for his country after listening to Tyrone Woods[‘] family speak out over the handling of the Benghazi attacks by the Obama administration as the way the media is ignoring it. He says they have no honor and repeats his statement that the MSM has become a fundamental threat to American democracy and the enemies of the American people.

Fourth Estate or Fifth Column, one might ask.

Right Scoop reader Mike Lee reminds us:

The POTUS went to a FUNDRAISER less than 24 hours after an attack on a consulate that left 4 men dead. When I saw him do that, I was just speechless. Can you imagine if Bush had done that? And the media went after ROMNEY for rightly criticizing the Egyptian embassy’s message! We are living in dangerous times.

I highly recommend that you read Don Fredrick’s Obama Timeline. The entire content was posted starting in 2008. Those interested in defeating Obama four years ago read every instalment. Fredrick has now put these into a book, but you can read the salient points from the controversy surrounding the incumbent’s birth to the present as the 44th President of the United States. Of note is Fredrick’s page on so-called coincidences in Obama’s life.

4.  We are approaching the financial endgame.  By all standard measures, 5 U.S. banks went bust in January but the regulatory body suspended the regulations and decided they hadn’t gone bust.   This is like something out of Alice in Wonderland.

With the EU on its last legs and the UK getting dragged into it, Cameron is trying a last ditch move to limit the fallout but he’s too late.   And what does he do?   Declares we’re out of recession.   I want some of those lotus flowers to help me forget.

Nothing seems to exist.   From Obama’s details to his simply not turning up after he was subpoenaed by SCOTUS, thereby provoking a breach in the separation in the three arms of government, it’s as if the press has collective amnesia.   It almost never happened.

Benghazi is one of those.

5.  I saw an episode of the Twilight Zone where three astronauts came back to earth after an experimental space flight.  It was in the papers.   Trouble was that there were two, not three who went up according to the papers – the story had just changed like the Dallas Herald account of the Kennedy route.    One moment it’s there, the next – not.   One of the astronauts couldn’t take any more and went off his rocker that no one seemed to remember his mate, not even the third astronaut.   As N2 ran screaming down the hospital corridor, the third astronaut chased him and called out to the nurse to stop him.

Stop who, sir?

The theme throughout the piece was that each felt, in turn, that they weren’t meant to be there, that they weren’t meant to have returned.   And then they weren’t there for real.

Some recent events are running along those lines.   It’s almost as if we’re in a matrix or in Eliot Carver’s news service which reports tomorrow’s news today – it seems contrived, a TV bite, with film crews in helicopters at the ready.

6.  The sinking of the Bounty.  Bollox!   Firstly, it was in close radio contact and had weather analysis.  Then, knowing all that, it motored into the wind shadow, when any sailor would have taken alternative action.   It sailed side on to the worst seas when it could easily have stayed head to the waves outside the shadow.

Any sailor knows that.   Who the hell was skippering that boat and why was he in constant contact with emergency services [FEMA] all the way through?   How were those rescue boats suddenly there?

7.  And what is FEMA actually doing to earn its money?  Karl Denninger:

“Recovery” from Sandy will certainly be a problem economically, but hammers should be applied to the heads of those in both the private sector and governments who failed to plan and thus planned to fail.  I remain stunned — and appalled — at failures among critical systems in places like hospitals which were unable to remain operating during this storm when cut off from utility power.

It’s one thing to blow it as a business; the penalty for that is bankruptcy.  But when life-safety is involved and quasi-government “approval” and “licensing” is at-issue criminal charges must issue against those individuals and firms who couldn’t be bothered to spend the money and plan for entirely-expected threats to operational continuity, as the entire premise of their alleged offering to emergency medical services is predicated on that continuity!

8.   Why are people being frightened by the MSM over everything from Savile and the paedos to food shortages and price hikes?   Why the succession of strange weather events, why have the tsunamis started in the oceans at key times?   Don’t forget Japan.   Where is the MSM speculation over the Western Australian earthquake at 11.03 p.m., on 28 May 1993 with an epicentre close to Banjawarn sheep station in the Leonora-Laverton area – North-west of Perth.   The event registered 3.7 on the Richter scale and was assumed to have been the first ever recorded quake in that part of Australia.

It had one run in the press and was never seen again.   It’s almost as if it never existed.

9.  In 2005, on 7/7, with Blair in Scotland out of the firing line, everyone lapped up all the reports they could and there was one which named an officer who received a call that there’d been a blast – he was underground at the time – but that call was 11 seconds before the first recorded blast.   There were so many facts and figures that I forgot about it.

Some time later, I was conversing with blogger Dizzy and mentioned it – he didn’t buy it at all so I went back to find that report.   It wasn’t there.   Not only that but no conspiracy site was running it, certainly not the MSM.   So I made it up or read it wrongly, did I?   I can swear now I read that as one of a list of things which happened in someone’s reportage – you know, where they list things in bullet form.   It named the officer.

Nothing.   Never existed.  Egg on the face.

10.  Wiki:

In 1993, the Club [of Rome] published The First Global Revolution.[5] According to this book, divided nations require common enemies to unite them, “either a real one or else one invented for the purpose.”[6] Because of the sudden absence of traditional enemies, “new enemies must be identified.”[6]

“In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill….All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself.”[7]

11.  There’s been much speculation about people being led astray by red herrings by people placed to do this, e.g. Alex Jones.  There’s been speculation about Icke and whether he is loopy or if he’s meant to immerse a number of truths in a whole fantastical tale of lizards in order that people such as the one in N2 above can be scathing but all along there have been some truths spoken.   Trouble is, what are they and with both so obviously tainted, it’s a death warrant for one’s reputation to quote anything one knows as a corroborated truth, if that came from one of them.

In N2 above, the ploy is clear.   To sink HAARP without a trace, bind it in with tales of lizards and Bilderbergers, then mock the lot from afar.   But as you saw, HAARP does exist – it is a programme, that’s all.

12.  Some commenter some months ago wrote – and we were all supposed to nod along and agree – “it’s like people who believe Diana was murdered”, as if it was established beyond doubt she wasn’t.   I asked him if he believed the government line on David Kelly or the conspiracy loons who say it was not above board.   He harrumphed that that was an entirely different matter.

Why?   How was it a different situation?   There was evidence for both, quite good evidence in the French witness testimony and there was sound evidence with David Kelly.   What is this – some sort of Hit Parade of disasters?   Some are popular and allowed to be discussed and others are not?

And why is Blair still running around freely, flitting in and out of this country?   Why is he not charged for at least what was sheeted home to him over the war?   How does Blair escape when no one else would?

And so it goes on.

6 comments for “Fitting night for this …

  1. October 31, 2012 at 22:06

    No1 and No 2 are connected and current…

    I have made reference to that in another thread.

    I have had some very interesting conversations with people on those two issues in the last few days.

    Open up your comments thread on those two issues without any censure and a lot of truths will come out.

  2. November 1, 2012 at 07:07

    It is open without censure, Cherie. The only comments ever censured are from stalker and coven on that one particular issue, with maybe three times in three years where someone hostile has tried to continue one thread in another. But that’s a rarity.

    Yes, JD.

  3. ivan
    November 1, 2012 at 10:11

    Sorry to pour a little cold water on your parade James but what did you expect anyone to do about a tsunami warning that even the warning centre played down? Not all underwater earthquakes produce the devastating tsunami that we saw hit Japan. There are many variables that have to be taken into account – things like, how deep in the crust, the shape of the ocean floor and so on.

    As for the HAARP thing, that is 99% conspiracy theory bordering on tin foil hattery. Yes the transmitters exist. Can exciting a minuscule area of the Earths electronic shield cause storms – no, the sun excites the same layer with many orders of magnitude higher input every time there is a solar eruption and we dont have constant storms.

    The picture you posted from the anti HAARP site is one I would expect from a storm of that size anywhere in the world. Storms generate electrical and radio energy on their own without any help from HAARP or anything else – just ask any radio amateur that regularly uses the HF band. The noise on the eastern side is most probably the residual RF from the earth quake – piezoelectricity from the crust.

    As for the other items on your list, they are way beyond my speciality so no comment.

  4. November 1, 2012 at 11:25

    Ivan, if you didn’t pour cold water on my parade, you wouldn’t be doing your job and keeping me in line. 😉

  5. james wilson
    November 1, 2012 at 17:38

    The weather, as well as the climate, is unusually placid. This is as good as it gets. Eventually, the sky will indeed be falling. Why can’t people wait?

    The answer is drama. People love drama. If they are not being chased by something real, they will chase something not real.

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