Global Intel Hub — Boca Raton, FL – 8/31/2019 — The weather has been weaponized as well has every other aspect of American life, by the Military Industrial Complex, an advanced form of Artificial Intelligence (that works and thinks beyond the petty political disputes humans can imagine.) This has been well documented right here on Zero Hedge here, here, and here. As explained in Splitting Pennies, the world is not as it seems. In addition, the powers to be have created technology so vast, it would not be believed were it to be revealed to the public all at once.
Hurricane Dorian was headed straight for Trump’s Mar-a-Lago and made a mysterious turn away at the last moment, headed straight for no where land South Carolina. Hmm.. Those of you who have been following us for years know we believe in a phrase actually coined by psychologist Carl Jung “There are no accidents.”
Let’s take a step back and look at the reality of weather control, the military’s use of weather as a weapon, and the correlation to weather and commodity markets.
A small group of leading climate scientists, financially supported by billionaires including Bill Gates, are lobbying governments and international bodies to back experiments into manipulating the climate on a global scale to avoid catastrophic climate change. The scientists, who advocate geoengineering methods such as spraying millions of tonnes of reflective particles of sulphur dioxide 30 miles above earth, argue that a “plan B” for climate change will be needed if the UN and politicians cannot agree to making the necessary cuts in greenhouse gases, and say the US government and others should pay for a major programme of international research. Solar geoengineering techniques are highly controversial: while some climate scientists believe they may prove a quick and relatively cheap way to slow global warming, others fear that when conducted in the upper atmosphere, they could irrevocably alter rainfall patterns and interfere with the earth’s climate.
So Billionaires led by Bill Gates are lobbying the US Government to spray aerosols in the air to reverse the effect of global warming – but Chemtrails don’t exist and if you talk about them or point to them in the sky people will say you are a tin foil hat wearing lunatic. Right? Right.
But what are the applications of this, where and when has this technology been used?
Basically, there are thousands of projects both researching and operating weather modification and/or geoengineering programs for various purposes. For example, the one highlighted earlier being funded by Bill Gates, is for the purpose of reversing ‘global warming’ – their idea is to create a reflective ‘shield’ around the planet that is sort of large UV protective sunglasses for harmful radiation that is irradiating and heating up the planet. Sounds nice, but what are the side effects, and to what cost to the human body? How does it affect plants, wildlife, storms, super cycles, and other planetary ecosystems?
Then there’s the outright hurricane manipulation programs, just last week Trump asked if he could ‘Nuke’ hurricanes.
Actually, this was a likely setup to make Trump look like a clown, because the military has been looking into Nuking Hurricanes for more than 70 years:
Yet the appeal of nuking hurricanes has never really gone away. The issue is such a MacGuffin that NOAA has dedicated a webpage to debunking it: “During each hurricane season, there always appear suggestions that one should simply use nuclear weapons to try and destroy the storms,” the weather service writes. “Apart from the fact that this might not even alter the storm, this approach neglects the problem that the released radioactive fallout would fairly quickly move with the tradewinds to affect land areas and cause devastating environmental problems. Needless to say, this is not a good idea.”
One fair argument against this simple idea that storms are controlled and maintained by the Military Industrial Complex is: To what economic end? Let’s think about this for a moment. Crop failures; $17.3 Billion in 2013 alone.
Rebuilding contracts; $125 Billion damage done to Houston in Hurricane Harvey.
You see where this is going. Controlling the weather not only offers obvious military advantages, there are domestic ones as well. There used to be a saying in Vietnam “We have to bomb the village to save it” – is that the case with the frothy Real Estate market? What comes after the rain? New development.
In piddly little South Carolina where the storm is heading again, Florence caused $1.2 Billion in ‘damage’ –
COLUMBIA – Hurricane Florence caused more than $1.2 billion in damages in South Carolina, Gov. Henry McMaster estimated Thursday in a letter asking members of the state’s congressional delegation for help in securing federal aid. Defying the odds, Florence brought enough rainfall to produce the second 1,000-year flood event in South Carolina in three years, according to the National Weather Service. Such events are classified according to probability of occurrence in a given year. The previous 1,000-year event came during the extratropical system floods of 2015. Florence brought more than 20 inches of rain in parts of South Carolina and more than 30 inches of rain in North Carolina over four days.
The reality is that the rebuilding efforts are seeing Columbia, SC and surrounding areas like Lexington in the biggest building booms in their entire life. Downtown, suburbs, and everything in between is being rebuilt and built up. New roads, buildings, areas, complexes, apartments, strip centers – all going up in the last 2 years.
Those from East Coast South Florida know one simple fact: Hurricanes are a boost for the real estate markets. Since Andrew SF building codes include use of concrete block, no more stick houses in FL. Condos have shutters, some of them automated. You can’t get around flood damage but that’s why you buy on the higher floors!
The weather has become a boost for the economy. We’ve reached the point in American Capitalism that we need to bomb our own dilapidated towns in order to rebuild them. It’s good for jobs, it’s good for the stock market, it’s good for America!