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Russian President Vladimir Putin exposes conspiracy to create 'natural' disasters
President Putin says the recent spate of hurricanes were engineered by the US government
Russia's President Vladimir Putin has claimed that Russian satellites have captured evidence that the recent spate of hurricanes that have devastated the US and surrounding nations, was engineered by people working inside the United States Government.
Speaking ahead of his meeting with Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri in the Russian Black Sea city of Sochi, Mr. Putin became frustrated and appeared to go off-script when questioned about aid to Cuba and the Caribbean following Hurricane Irma. When asked by a Russian reporter if he planned on pledging funds to the relief effort on behalf of his nation, he said, "the men in dark suits seem to have that all planned out". When pushed to elaborate, he went into more detail, saying:
"We won't send Russian money to clean up the mess that was engineered by oligarchs in the West."The destruction caused by those storms was planned, from the beginning, by those who operate in the shadows, deep within the US Government."
"Russian satellites captured those hurricanes being made with machines."They didn't occur naturally, they are another rich man's game. Convincing the public climate change is real does two things: It undermines their leader and keeps the money flowing. "Now Cuba needs aid relief, and the US will come to the rescue. Cuba will be in debt to the US and soon there will be US dollars flowing through IMF-controlled Cuban banks."
Yes, climate change made Harvey and Irma worse
CNN)The right time to talk climate change is now. It might seem premature when people in the Caribbean, Florida and Texas are still mucking out their flooded homes. And no, changes in our planet's atmosphere did not cause Hurricanes Harvey or Irma. But the consensus among scientists is that the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and warmer oceans, made those storms far more destructive than they would have been in previous decades.