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.
Supporting Evidence from Japan
Before stomping off in a dither, declaring the evidence is yet another bucketful of barking conspiracy insanity, consider a claim about Japan’s financial system recently made in the next clip by Benjamin Fulford.
Formerly a well-traveled Far East correspondent for Forbes magazine, Fulford, fluent in Japanese, is hosting What is This?, his weekly podcast from Tokyo, and alleges “Hazel” Takana, Japan’s finance minister, told him in 2007 “a group of American and European oligarchs” threatened to strike the country with manufactured earthquakes unless he ceded control of the Japanese banking system.
Hosted by YouTube.com, Fulford’s allegation is accompanied by an critical explanatory note in the webpage’s “more info” opition; it cites similarities in Japan’s 2007 ‘quakes with those more recently striking China: “Benjamin Fulford reports from Tokyo on a mysterious plasma weapon seen prior to the Niigata earthquake [... on 16] July, 2007 and red, white and blue lights seen prior to the recent earthquake in China. Both quakes targeted nuclear facilities… coincidence?”
This clarification suggests Japan was first subjected to earthquakes before Tanaka allegedly ceded control of Japan’s banks to US and European financial leaders.
Can this possibly be true?
US Defense Department Sought Eco- and Weather Weapons Since 1950s:
Consider this provocative military historical note by American physicist Neil Begich’s coauthored book Angels Don’t Play this HAARP: Advances in Tesla Technology, (1995, 233pp.) excerpted from here:
As far back as 1958, the chief White House advisor on weather modification, Captain Howard T. Orville, said the U.S. defense department was studying “ways to manipulate the charges of the earth and sky and so affect the weather” by using an electronic beam to ionize or de-ionize the atmosphere over a given area.
In 1966, Professor Gordon J. F. MacDonald was associate director of the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at the University of California, Los Angeles, was a member of the President’s Science Advisory Committee, and later a member of the President’s Council on Environmental Quality.
He published papers on the use of environmental-control technologies for military purposes. MacDonald made a revealing comment: “The key to geophysical warfare is the identification of environmental instabilities to which the addition of a small amount of energy would release vastly greater amounts of energy. ” World-recognized scientist MacDonald had a number of ideas for using the environment as a weapon system and he contributed to what was, at the time, the dream of a futurist. When he wrote his chapter, “How To Wreck The Environment,” for the book Unless Peace Comes, he was not kidding around. In it he describes the use of weather manipulation, climate modification, polar ice cap melting or destabilization, ozone depletion techniques, earthquake engineering, ocean wave control and brain wave manipulation using the planet’s energy fields.
On 28 April 1997, Senator Sam Nunn of George organized a counterterrorism conference in Atlanta. During the Q&A session after US Defense Secretary William S. Cohen’s presentation, Cohen indicates at least two–individuals? groups? countries?–have succeeded in creating HAARP-like weaponry: “Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the usnetic waves.”
Until recently, Cohen’s alarming revelation appeared online in a DoD News Briefing of the Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and U.S. Strategy, University of Georgia, Athens, 29 April 1997. Check out this empty page: http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Apr1997/t042897_t0428coh.html; the coded dates in the url address certainly coincide with Cohen’s appearance at Senator Nunn’s Atlanta conference.
HAARP lecturer and author Jerry Smith has archived part of Cohen’s discloure here, further incorporating it in his own writing and speaking.
And finally, this related angle to military use of directed energy on citizens around the world, to include the US:
In February, Milkhouse Mouse referenced a Washington Post article, buried deep in the folds of a 2007 Sunday edition, about–and I quote WaPo staff write Sharon Weinberger –”a community of people who believe the government is beaming voices into their minds. They may be crazy, but the Pentagon has pursued a weapon that can do just that.”
Though Weinberger never mentions HAARP per se, she sought an interview with Rich Garcia, the HAARP spokesman appearing in part 1 of the CBC clip. While in 1996 he talked to the Canadian media about HAARP, by 2007 Garcia “declined to discuss that patent or current or related research in the field, citing the lab’s policy not to comment on its microwave work.”
[A researcher and Targeted Individual (TI) Weinberger interviewed] came across references to the CIA seeking to influence the mind with electromagnetic fields. Then he found references in an academic research book to work that military researchers at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research had done in the 1970s with pulsed microwaves to transmit words that a subject would hear in his head. Elsewhere, he came across references to attempts to use electromagnetic energy, sound waves or microwave beams to cause non-lethal pain to the body. For every symptom he experienced, he believed he found references to a weapon that could cause it.
How much of the research Girard cites checks out?
Concerns about microwaves and mind control date to the 1960s, when the U.S. government discovered that its embassy in Moscow was being bombarded by low-level electromagnetic radiation. In 1965, according to declassified Defense Department documents, the Pentagon, at the behest of the White House, launched Project Pandora, top-secret research to explore the behavioral and biological effects of low-level microwaves. For approximately four years, the Pentagon conducted secret research: zapping monkeys; exposing unwitting sailors to microwave radiation; and conducting a host of other unusual experiments (a sub-project of Project Pandora was titled Project Bizarre). The results were mixed, and the program was plagued by disagreements and scientific squabbles. The “Moscow signal,” as it was called, was eventually attributed to eavesdropping, not mind control, and Pandora ended in 1970. And with it, the military’s research into so-called non-thermal microwave effects seemed to die out, at least in the unclassified realm.
But there are hints of ongoing research: An academic paper written for the Air Force in the mid-1990s mentions the idea of a weapon that would use sound waves to send words into a person’s head. “The signal can be a ‘message from God’ that can warn the enemy of impending doom, or encourage the enemy to surrender,” the author concluded.
In 2002, the Air Force Research Laboratory patented precisely such a technology: using microwaves to send words into someone’s head. That work is frequently cited on mind-control Web sites. Rich Garcia, a spokesman for the research laboratory’s directed energy directorate, declined to discuss that patent or current or related research in the field, citing the lab’s policy not to comment on its microwave work.
Related: Weinberger later made public the FOIA documents obtained from the Air Force Lab Directed Energy Division she used in writing her remarkable account.
Some may be interested in this 2005 discussion–hosted by Mind Justice, a group lobbying to have government mind control experimentation investigated and halted –among four literary and journalist honorees who respective writings track mind control developments and government abuses.